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FIRE INSURANCE
ESTM1NSTER, B. C
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IUMBER 90.
Whitg^Shilea & Co
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NEW  WKST.MIXSTER,  B.  C.   WEDNESDAY  MORNING, APRIL 15,
1908.
ESFBALL BOYS HAVE    [ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS
GREAT ENTHUSIASM! raHE���(iRB���
ckets
������ ' Proposition  to  Secure   Moody Square
Promised   For SeaS- I     and Expend Large Sum on Needed
BACK TO BETTER LAND
RETURNS THE HABITANT
[on's Winning Team-An-:
nUal Meeting Held.
Improvement  Is  Mooted.
  ,      A proposal is afoot to form a com-
j pany to lay out Moody square as    an
Ifrje perplexing question of what athletic ground, and the city will
Luted the Westminster Baseball] Ukely be approached to give the neces-
fb pr
Canadian Northwest Appeals
to Men Who Years Ago
Left Dominion For States.
OUTLAW FISHERMEN
EORCED fROM B. C.
uv.,|0d material  for consider-j Bary perml8Blon and ,)rivileges b   the
at tlie annual meeting i "^���
promoters of the scheme.   There is at
present, Btated Sid Malcolmson at the
baseball     iiieeiiiig    last    night,    no
the; grounds sufficiently large or in proper
Ottawa, April H.���The movement
into the Canadian northwest from t'ne
border states will be somewhat larger
this year than last,   it is pointed out
Activity of Kestrel Reduces
Catch of American Halibut
Fishers to One-Sixth.
MOO
lould
followers of thf   ���..,,,,n,|.     .,.,,    ,,
I giounus,    i in, Sapperton park is not
see    how    t.ie   i.,,.���,. ������,,,,,,.   ,i
j laige enough, the Queens park is too
(le discussion ^^^^^__^__
that body beld in the board of trade ;
inl yesterday evening, when a|
Ler attendance gathered to discuss i
spects H probabilities    for     	
The Idea Unit four city teams I condition for athletic events   and this1 UDwai'd" <lf ?:'�� per acre
e organized In Westminster, I ....inion ��� backed ,y ^ ^^ Q.
m four to   form    a city    league,! those  wh() hav(i .)(.c.lsion  U) ^ ^
ilej several of the
I   wild   I'll'lel    to        ^^^^^^^^^
fan of gates receipts was to   be! small f()i. ���������.,. (|m|i (im, team ^ prftc_,
(ompllshed to the satisfaction of aAl   tic8 at a-Ilv 0]1(. ljm(,    ](:i..^   only
learned when games would be play-   Moody Bquare uvaila,Wi ggQgt. m
between outside teams and a team   waa .������������.,, MUI1��� ' j|U(  . |i((..(i ..nn
aposed of representatives   of   the   an  athlelll   bulldlns  .,.,._,.   and  thj.;
erent city organizations. The ques-   suggestion lias given rise to the pres-
j proving to be too deep for settle.' ..,��� one   ...���,. (u.. o|. lm, undBrtakJng I
which means the   levelling   of    the!
���.rounds, would be in the neighborhood'
Victoria, April 14.���As a result of
his cruising in Hecate straits this
winter, Captain Newcombe, of the
fisheries protection    cruiser    Kestrel,
i that the move Canadawards is prlncl- says he has succeeded in cutting the
pally from Utah, the Dakotas, .Minne- catch of the American fishermen to
sota and other western states, the peo_ one-sixth, from 1,600,000 pounds
pie disposing of their lands there at j monthly to 200,000,000 pounds.
to take upj With two others cruisers he would
laud in Canada at $10 per aero or less, cause them to leave those grounds
If there has been an increase of ar- ( entirely by preventing them from us-
rivals from the United states, the] 'ng the British Columbia harbors to
same cannot   ue said  of those    from; clean the fish.
DRAWING TEACHER GIVEN
GOLD HEADED UMBRELLA
%^.��g
Henry  Dunnell   Presented  with   Swell
Rain Shield by Urban and Rural
Pedagogues as Testimonial.
lir.lam.    This  is due  to  the stricter! ��� ���__*
regulations  which nave  been  adopted NON'-UNION  MEN ARE
y Canada In connection with settlers! WANTED  AT  FAIRBANKS
from the   British isles.
._ feature of the present movement j     Seattle, April 14.���A cable despatch
Ut without    mature    consideration,
li referred to a committee which is
i ,,���,��� on Thursday evening.
Ij;,   i Ives from Columbian col
ls and Sapperton were present, but
ir some reason St. Louis college,
jlcb ba I signified its Intention to
nd delegati s, failed to do so. The
���iresentatlves of Hie other two new
lbs voiced thi sentiments of the agnations thei represented when they
pre ed I ope thai they might be
|e lo ..��������� the seniors a hard row to
e during thi summer.
bfficers were elected    as    follows:
from the  United Slates to Canada Is j to the Posl Intelligencer   from    Fair-
the repatriation of French Canadians. [ banks, April 12, says:
Thousands of these   people   are  this;     "At the annual meeting of the Mine
year abandoning   the    manufacturing  Owners   and   Operators'   association
centres of New Kngland and the mid- \ held here last night, il was decided to
of ten thousand dollar's, and the pro- I (||t, stni(,s an(j arg 0jther returning to1 immediately wire John Roman, their
motors believe that lire amount could QUebec or ,are swelling the .tide of outside representative, authorizing
be raiser] among the business men. newconiers jnt() the provinces of Al- him to contract an additional .0,000
Sid Malcolmson expressed the opinion; berta an<J Saskatchewan. So far Rhode' nien td Seattle at. terms or $5 and
tHat the sums of money promised by, |K]an() an(j jsjew Hampshire have furn- heard per day for ten hours to come
tlio lcl.i_.ens towards   a    V. M. C. A.! is^ed the largest contingents of those' t0 Fairbanks upon the opening of navi-
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building and not called for might lie ]
transferred for this purpose, which1
would be equally advantageous to the
young men of the city. The intention
would be io fence the grounds, and
charge a small entrance fee to all
games, to defray the expenses of main-
Jlurning north.
gation.
A gold headed umbrella, accompanied by an address, was yesterday
afternoon presented by t'ne city and
jural school teachers to Henry Dunnell, who during the past month has
been giving th*) teachers instruction in
the new method of drawing adopted Dy
the superintendent of education a
short time ago, the gift being tendered to Mr. Dunnell on the occasion of
the closing of his class, which has
been conducted in the Central school,
he leaving for Victoria this week to
spend the Easter holidays before proceeding to the Okanagan, where he
will spend some time.
..bout thirty teachers were present
at the informal tea held in the kindergarten class room at which the presentation was" made, F. O. Canfield, principal of the Westside school, handing
the umbrella to Mr. Dunnell with an
appropriate speech, while H. "McKenzie, of tqe Sapperton school, read tlie
I address. Trustee Thornbur, in a tew
words touched upon the great assistance which Mi. Dunnell had rendered
the teachers during the time he had
been here.   A short program followed.
LJ$��,W STREAMS
       >*���>.        a
Cold Water Effective in Dispersing Rioters in Street
Car Disturbance in U. S.
ANOTHER   FALSE ALARM
RUNG  IN   LAST  NIGHT
WOMAN STEALS WHILE
KNEELING  IN THE CHURCH
ry president. Dr. ('. B. Doherty | taining everything in order.
DDora
���.elected); President, .1. D, Taylor
Selected); flrsl vice-president, T. J.
nris; cond vice-president, Ed.
L s. \v. Bodley; sec-
pry, I\ 0, Canfield:   treasurer, W.
{.Sinclair.   I.xecutive, Sid Malcolm-
.1  ll.  U'atson,  H.   Watson,    C.
Barbaree.     The    following
ed delegates to a meet-
���   i  on  Thursday,  when  a
Ptf.ili' o is to be drafted and
��� mded to:   Representee ' ii; ti ���mi. Sid Malcolmson, C.
lein;   Columbian    college,    Prouty,
���cfey: Sappi .ton,   Robertsou,   Lund.
.Louis college will be asked to ap-
fbtdelegates t 0 this meeting.
The matter of    selecting    suitable
mind? for the playing of games was
in the hands of a  committee of
fe. J II Watson, Sid Malcolmson. .1.
\V.  Bodley    and     Dave
A number or lnfiuenthl citizens, including a prominent banker, have
promised the promoters of tbe scheme
i a mcial support.
INSANE RANCHER SHOT
Bl CON. fABIE WITH RiFLE
Patient   to   Be   Brought    Here   Today
Caused Serious Trou'ole on  Island
^^1      ���Threatened   Murder.
A false alarm was rung In to the hie
halls yesterday evening shortly after
10 o'clock, Xo. 2 ball responding. The
gong was sounded from box 20, located
I ihe corner of Fift'n avt ntie and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Eighth street, but no fire was raging j aet of stealing a pocketbook by Serin the vicinity when the brigadeI Seant Timothy Dillon. Dillon told her
reached the spot. This is the second, to r'se from her knees and accompany
false    alarm  sent    in this week, one
Chicago, April 14.���As she knelt in
prayer last night at St. Elizabeth's
Roman Catholic church, a woman for
whom the police have been searching
for several weeks was caught in the
Chester, Pa., April 14.���A strike ol
conductors, motormen and other^em-
ployees of the Chester Traction company, followed by the importation ot
about 150 strikebreakers and the summoning of a detachment of the st_Kte
constabulary to assist the local police
in preventing violence, precipitated a
series of clashes between strike sympathizers and state police today. The
state police were stoned and mobbed,
and several officers/and civilians were
hurt, though none dangerously.
The events of the day have aroused
tho eutire populace nnd the town is
practically under martial law tonigbt,
with nil the saloons closed and the
street car barns and other property of
the traction company under guard.
The   trouble   started when   a   mob
prepared to stop the running of car*
by strikebreakers.    The first car ont
of thc barn was stoned    and    every
window broken.    This absolutely tied
up every line of cars in Chester,  including the Southwestern trolley line
to  Philadelphia.    While   lhe   strikers
held themselves in readiness to prevent the operation of cars, a detachment of twenty state    police,    under
command of Captain  Groome,    came
upon   the  scene.    Their    appearance
aroused tbe ire of the strikers, and th~
'djffietys were stoned  by the mob.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" I     Several times  the   mounted   police
a denial from F. W. Annnnd, agent of   were compelled to charge the crowds,
the. Immigration  department at   Hall- Lnd there were incipient rjot8i but ti,e
of the newspaper reports  alleg- | worst  distlll.bance canl0 at nightfall,
Denies Ill-treatment.
Ottawa.    April    14-���Tlie    superintendent of  immigration  has  receivec
fax,
ing  undue detention and ill-treatment
of  passengers  who landed  from
-earner Tunisian last Friday.
when the strikers, augmented by sev-
the j eral men and women,    charge!    the
I mounted police.
s
Tayl
The annual membership    fee    was
a! *2. payable nt the commence.
M of Inn season.
The qilP5,i<1n  of  playing inter-city
lltc1es with  Vancouver   nnd   other   neighbor*
IUe5 W'1R discussed, but finally left
*r until a future meeting.
f wlcome announcement was made
W. Bodley, who informed the
tlnS that, in company with W. B.
Jr and Sid, Malcolmson. he had
CCl1 ll) otter medals or lockets to
J11", winning-the most games in
""on.   A hearty vote of thanks
Passe, m theae genUpnic,n
William Kenyon, a rancher ot the
Chomainus district on Vancouver island, will he brought from Nanaimo
today for incarceration In the provincial asylum.
Kenyon went suddenly out of his
mind early yesterday morning. He
seized an axe and tried repeatedly to
kill members of bis family. But they
escaped and gave thc alarm    to the
having been turned in on Monday
evening. A strict watch is to be kept
for the offender, who. by needlessly
calling out the fire fighters not only
gives ihem useless work, but also
jeopardizes the satety.of frtiy building
which might catch fire while the men
are out. on a wild goose chase.    No
She did so without those   near
nowing that she was under ar-
hini.
her 1
rest.
At the police station she was identi-
lied as May Miller, 47 years old, who,
the police say, served one year in the
house of correction    for   stealing   a
i
pocketbook    at    St. James' Episcopal
church,    A    search   of   the woman's
SLEEPINO JAPANESE ARE
OVERWHELMED BY SLIDE \m
The rioters were only subdued when
the fire department   was called
and water turned op the mob.
out
DS  HOARD BURIED
QUARTER OF CENT'oRY
Forty Yellow Men Buried in Tremendous Snow Slide at Albert Canyon���Five Bodies Recovered.
A posse Started for Kenyon's house.
When he saw them he attempted to
attack them with his .axe. The man
was infuriated and there was no way
of disarming him- A. I. Tranfield, a
constable, armed with a rifle, fired
and wounded Kenyon. The latter's
right arm was broken by the bullet
nnd he dropped the axe. Even then
it took several men to overpower him.
consideration   will   be shown to   the : room revealed thirty pocketbooks ami
practical joker when he is captured,  small handbags.
as an individual who can amuse him- j " ;	
self by ringing false alarms would no | Dawson Has the Measles.
doubt appreciate the humor of the i D,awson, April 14.���An epidemic of
situation when he finds himself con- measles is raging at Dawson. The
verting large rocks into little ones for disease was brought from the coast by
a few weeks at a streetch. \ on�� cn,M-
SASKATOON SECURES SMALL | FIRST C. P. R  BULLETIN
FIGURE FOR CITY BONDS PREDICTS GOOD CROP
1.18,90
I Th
lo total expenditure of the club
'"������oili was $518.60; total receipts,
Dpbta lo ihe amount of %U
��"""""I'n*  .gains, the club.
fED "'vetTr^g
TO THE FLOOD 8TAGE
Wpeg, April H���Theiie In the
Wln��.��   " br0lten "Pandiscom-
8,0 move. Advices from \orth
He had been engaged   in    the    real
Saskatoon, April 14.���A meeting of I Winnipeg, April 14.���The C. P. rail-
the city council was held yesterday j way issued its first crop report of the
afternoon and it was announced that I season this morning, giving the pro-
a deal was pending for the sale ofgreas of seeding operations through-
$408,000 worth of city bonds at 92%,'out the Canadian northwest. One
but beyond this no further information hundred and ten towns scattered all
was available. Tbe council decided to' over Manitoba and Saskatchewan have
accept this offer and the finance com- been heard from. No more optimistic
mittee was given power to close the [ and generally satisfactory report has
negotiations. ] been compiled by the company. Every-
The money is payable In four in- j where exceptionally fine weather pre-
Jakot
���i stnip
inr
he Red river has
10 ^'^i nn extent, that several
" ihe hank* liave been
1  P-lcs or cordwood on the
n rtanSer of being washed
('WehouBe
("Wed
Jnks air
'.'.iy.
estate business in Nanaimo before go- j stalments after the   deal   baa   been>&M*-    Land Is in good    shape    and
ing out on his ranch.
He Has Fits.
Lying across the 0. P. R. track,
near Sapperton, a man, who gives his
name as Harry Ke:r, was found yesterday by Officer Johnston violently
throwing himself in convulsions. He
wns brought to the police station
where he threw two more fils In short
ortder. A doctor was called in and
pronounced It a ease of epilepsy. The
man states that he comes from
Seattle, ,nnd Is detained by the police
awaiting Instructions.
"This Is My 47th Birthday"
WUllar
l��i
Bliss Carman.
"" Miss) Carman, the well known poet, editor and Journal-
'   '""l at Frederlcton, N.B..  Am-ii  15   1801.    He w.as educated
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April  ��� 1801.    H^^^^^^^^
R'nte institute and University of Xew nruiiswicl. in 1881, |
��ok posl-graduate course at the University of Edinburgh #
Journal!lrVnn'    "lliv<>rsi,y'     Before   entering upon   his career   as   a |
-Choo,8' ""  ":,s   Sl,<'resslvely n law slndenl, a civil engineer and a |
Y���,1;     '"'""''���    In 1890 he became one of the editors of the New |
I       "  ne|uient and remained with that publication Iwo years. Dur. #
(' past i '<_
i...,,V| '''" 5'eara he h,ns been a wr.'tc.  for various metropolitan f
,, !     "u :,I||I magazines.. Mr. Carman's best known publications in- |
la     . fm Ornnd Pre," "Behind the Arras," "Ballade of I.osl |
closed. The first is to be to hand in seeding is general. Some places, par-
fifteen days, the second in thirty ticularly In new sections, report a big
days, the third in forty-five days and! increase In acreage.
the last payment in sixty days.   Thei ��� _
interest  was fixed at  five per cent.
payable annually.
CONTRIBUTE 101)1. MITE
Great Labor Congress in Texas.!	
Kort Worth, Texas, April 14.���The! Only fifteen days remain now for
largest congress of labor representa-; the raising of the amount required by
tlveg ever held In the southwest, as | tha Children's Ward society to cora-
Calgary, April 14.���Word was received here last night that a tremendous snow slide at Albert Canyon, on
the C. P. R., in the Cascade range,
had swept two boarding cars from
the track. The cars were filled with
sleeping Japanese laborers.
The slide occured in what was considered a perfectly safe spot, but the
heavy rains in the mountains in the
last few days brought down the snow
and thousands of tons of Ice, rock and
snow struck the cars, carrying them
some distance down the mountain. It
Is understood that there were forty
Japanese In the cars and five bodies
have already been recovered.
Pendleton, Ore., April 14.���Twenty-
six years ago James Jacobs, a pioneer,
who did not believe in banks, buried
$1120 in gold in a tin box. That year
the greatest flood the Umatilla river
has known in half ,a cenfttry flooded
all Pendleton and wlien it subsided
Jacobs could not find his box.
.EALING SHIP SINKS
WITH 20,000 SKINS
Steamship Newfoundland Is Caught in
Ice Pack and Cargo Worth $130,000
Is Lost.
far as the numbers represented and
the interests Involved are concerned,
began In this city today and will con-
plete lhe sum of $1200 for which they
have been working hard for so long.
Although  the fund  started    by    the
ttnuo through the greater part of the '��� Daily News is steadily growing, more
week-' The congress embraces con-1 assistance is required, else the chil-
yentions of the Texas Federation   of' dren may be disappointed in their ef-
Labor, the Hrotherhood of Locomotive ��� ���	
Firemen, the Brotherhood of Locomo-      ~
tlve Engineers,   the Brotherhood   of
Railway Trainmen, the Texas Farmers'
union, and    the    Electrical Workers'
Federation of the Fifth district,
Ward Fund Subscriptions
A. W. McLeod  $10.00
Thei Daily  News    5.00
several conventions, in addition to
transacting a large amount of routine
business, will discuss many matters of
common interest, including federal
and state legislation affecting the.
worklngmen.
W.  C. Chamberlin     5.00
M. IM   (Burnaby)       2.00
J. C  -1.00
t. r. v ;    1.00
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"B
L Vurellan Well," "Pi;-,es of Pan" and "A Seamark"        gi broken a lamp m if mine.   He drov
""-'��� *::���;;,;;,..,;:,,. ,.,,             A   p.ck through the top of the gauze.
Exposed Lamp in a Mine.
Pernio.    B. C,   April    14���Charles
Saunders, .un   Englishman, /aged    21
years, was sentenced here   today   to
two months' imprisonment for having\ some three   hundred
forts. It is proposed, as often has
been reiterated, to furnish a ward of
twelve cots for children, to keep
them separate in the hospital from
the adults, and for this worthy purpose the money is asked. There is yet
dollars   to   be
He drove a| raised and the time is
tribute your mite today.
short.     Con-
THANKSGIVING PROPERTIES
DISPOSED OF FOR $53,000
Dawson,.April 14���A report comes
from Fairbanks that Jerome A. Chute,
formerly of Dawson, has sold to Frank
Manley, also once in Us camp, ah
undivided one-quarter interest in mining properties in the Thanksgiving
district, for $53,000. Tbe title to
thirty claims, covering one and a half
miles of pay streak. Is said to be Involved In the deal. Last fall Manley
bought properties In the same district]
nt a cost of $130,000. A ditch has
been built at a cost ot $30,000 to serve
the Thanksgiving properties. For a
time Chute and Manley were involved
at law over the properties, but settled
through arbitration.
Adopt British Style.
Victoria, April 14-���A meeting nf the
police commissioners was held this
afternoon, when ,a delegation from
the Canadian club was present to urge
the adoption of the British military
style of uniform for the police force
instead of the American pattern now
worn. After hearing the delegation
the commissioners decided that the
British military style should be
adopted.
St. Johns, Nfld., April 14��� Bringing
tidings of the sinking of the steamship
Orand Lake, of the sealing fleet, and
the serious injury of several othert.
caught In the grip of ice floes, the
steamship Newfoundland crept into
port yesterday leaking badly.
The Grand Lake met with destruction last Sunday. She wns shut up in
the relentless Jaws of two great ice
floes until her sides gave way and ber
engines were crushed. Her crew,
numbering 214 men, made its escape
to the steamship Vanguard, which was.
close by.
A catch of twenty thousand   twalf i
went down with the Orand Lake. This
cargo was valued at $130,000 and was i
Insured.
The steamships Iceland and RAnger
also were badly crushed by the ice, but
were kept afloat until their crew*
could care for them on ice floes ami
make temporary repairs. The steamship Algerlne Ih also reported. badT*
damaged.
Bellingham Claims 40,000.
Bellingham, April 14���R. L. Polk &
Co. are now taking the annual cehsus
of Bellingham, It is confidently believed by observing people that the
census th's year will show a population of approximately 40,000 persons
In Bellingham.
THOUSANDS DROWN.
Shanghai, .April 14.���Disastrous floods are reported to have
occurred at Hankow, In ihe province of Hu Peh. Two thousand
persons have been drowned.
Seven hundred Junks were sunk
or wrecked. The floods are said
to.be due to an unexpected
freshet. The waters caught the
the people unexpectedly In the
middle of the night.
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SUNDAY LAW TO BE
FOUGHT BY RAILWAY
Convictions Against C. P. R.
Will Be Appealed���Alberta Is Scene of Trouble.
Edmonton, April 14.���The Canadian
Pacific Railway company is determined to fight iwo convictions against
it in Strathcona and Macleod for the
violation of the Lord's Day act- In
both cases fines .were imposed. The
company is paying these fines ,aud is
moving for a writ of certiorari to
quash the convictions.
The motions in both cases will be
heard in the supreme court in Macleod in May. In the Strathcona case
the C. P. R. was charged with the
unnecessary running of freight trains
out of Strathcona on Sunday. The
case came up there before Inspector
Worlsely at the R. N. W. M. P. barracks here In October, and a fine of
$200 was imposed.
In the Macleod case the company
was charged with causing a telegraph
operator to do unnecessary work on
Sunday. A conviction was also obtained in this case.
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel. 16.
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Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
STEADY INCREASE IN
CANADA'S FOREIGN TRADE j
Ottawa. April 13.���The aggregate
foreign trade of the Dominion for the
year ending February 211, 1908,
amounted to $642,728,965, as compared
with J698,200,609 in 1907, and $516,-
7:i-..r.71 in 1906. The total, imports
were $365,163,529, an increase of $:!6,-
500,000 over 11107. an increase or
17,900,000 over 1906 and $38,750,000
over  1905.
Exports to Greal Britain totalled
P35.279.942, a decrease of $1,280,000
compared With 1H07, but an increase
of $8,816,000 over 1906.
Exports    to    the  United  States of
1113,255,783  represent  an increase of
M-319,000 over 1907
over 1906.
Imports of $216,747,402 represent an
0 o
148,150,000 over 1906.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��.4,4C0,0CO.O"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   _en
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRA.NC H O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
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HA PR I MAN'S  SEATO-SEA
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ROUTE OPENS APRIL 19 | ��
Birmingham,   Ala.,   April   13.���The |
offir-ial announcemenl  by the  Illinois J
Centra!   thai  the    new    Birmingham!
division   will   be   opened     for     traffic
April   19. calls attention to the. com-|
pletion  of the last  link in  lhe great'
Harriman  transcontinental   route,  for
by controlling the Union Pacific, Illinois  Central  and Central of Georgia,
Milt, system Will extend from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
; Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for .New Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
FiRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
���for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
the following leading dimensions, [
namely length over all 250 "feet,
breadth of beam moulded .2 feet and
depth from top of keel 'plate to top of
beams at side 17 feet, ami to be de-
livfjed at Victoria, Ii. C.
T'luus and .pacifications of this)
Steam*, can be seen at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
ai the office., of the Collectors of Cus.
loms at Toronto, Hamilton, Coljlng-
erpod- .Midland, Vancouver and Sydney, K. B��� ani at the agencies of the
Dvpui'nietii of Marine and Fisher es al
.Montreal,    Quebec,     St.   .lohn,   X.   I!.,
Halifax,  .V S., aud  Charlotletown,  P,
ES. 1.
Tbw same plans and specifications
ean Lo procured by application from
the Department of Marine and
.Fisheries up to the First Day Of May
utxi. und ut tire agency of the Department, of Murine and Fisheries, Vic-
itoria, is c.
(Each tender must, be accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the lender, which cheque will he forfeited If the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter Into a
contract with the Department or falls
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will ihe considered.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
.Newspapers copying this advertise.
ment. without authority from the Depart meut will not. be paid.
F. OpURDBJATJ,
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries,
Ortuwo, Canada,  lit!  March,  IJ.08
fin. EASTER Offerings!
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NECKWEAR
The Copenhagen Blue, in Lombard shape (broad
self tying bow)
35c and 50c
FOUR - IN - HANDS
in all the new brown shapes, also blues and greens
50c,   75c   and   S1.00
���For New and Up-to-Date Neckwear,
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PHILLIPS,
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OF THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & PaperjCo.T Ltd
Owners of the Townsite of    PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,     25 miles from Vai
HEAD OFFICE, 313 CORDOVA STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
ncouver
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of this corporation in pi
of 100, at $1-00 per share, eaiii 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 2,j shares of    Preference Stock'  ^
first Issue was Immediately taken up hy the   sale   and   guarantee 1   option. s
WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second Issue of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. at $1.00 per share.   Each lot
entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preference Stock. ares
The third and subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to be announced fro
to time by'the Board of Dire'tors. m   me
WHEN  COMPLETE. THIS MODERN   PLANT  WILL   HAVE A CAPACITY OF 180 TONS OF NEW
PAPER, AND 270 TONS OF ALL  GRADES  OF  WRAPPING  PAPE*  PER WEEK.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Company reserves tho right to reject any or all subscriptions, and  further reserves the right
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the gener.il public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue of 100,000 is oversubscribed
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third Issue of Preference Stock.   No bonus stock   ll
ed after the second issue.
The Preferred Stock is entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent, commencing November 1  wo.
but unlimited as to further dividends���1. e, after 7 per cent has been paid upon the Preferred and Co
mon, both stocks thereafter participate equally.   There ls no reason why this stock should  not pay fr ���
u0 to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 26 miles from Vancouver, on the first unit of this sreu
plant, which is to have a weekly capacity of 80,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and which we hope to have
operation by July 1, 1908.
Remember, there is no ground floor plan; no Inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the enter
prise.
Within one year the stock of this corporation will be selling at a handsome premium���then it will he
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
10 per rent, on application   15 per cent, on allotment;   balance in  eight equal  calls of   thirty day-
each.
The public are cordially Invited  to  visit our demonstrating plant,    313   Cordova   stre I   Vancouver
and witness the manufacture of wood  pulp and  paper.
Open Saturday evening until 9 o'clock.
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER 0. FAULKNER, President British Columbia Trust Corporation.
W. II. R. COLLISTER, Manager   ������      COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc. General Manager West Lon-
C. E., P. L, S., D. L. S��� Com.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Van'ouver.
FRED SMITH, member  Smith,
Wright   &   Davidson,   Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, Ii. C.
II. M. BURRITT, Western Manager Corticelli Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
.1.   C.  W.   STANLEY,   formerly
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
.1. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart. Ltd-.
Stationers, Vancouver, li. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
ALD. W. J. CAVAXACH. Member W. .)��� Cavanagh & Co.,
Vancouver.
don    Paper    Mills,   London,
England.
CAPTAIN II. A. MELLON, J.P,
American Lloj la   ._��� nl ��� I
EUSTACE   II.   JENNS, Barrl*
ter, etc., Vancouver, it. c.
GEO.   K. CATES    Catea Shipbuilding Co., V in ouver, B.C.
GREELY KOLTS, formerly Oen.
era!   Manager    Pacific Coa3t
Soda Co.
local Agents. DOMINION TRUST CO. Ncw Westai*
Royal
Yeast
(Jkes
HOST PERFECT MADE.
pQgcyy:
EVERYWHERE.
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
|: BUTCHERS
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COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101
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Brighten your Homes, and smarten up your Furniture,
- with -
JAP-A-LAC
| THE   BEST   OF   ALL   RENOVATORS
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
COLUMBIA STREET
COLUMBIA  STREET
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets on  sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Ratea to  Southern  California,
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent.
480 Haatinga St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
. Portland. Ore.
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For Sale - New h\
Storey HOUSE, Agnesjt
Four rooms, bath, W. C, Electric light,
hot and cold water, etc.
PRICE,        -        -        $*450
Terms-$450 cash, balance $15 month.
1 P. PEEBLES ES.
; \ 270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phom. 307
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ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEW* <ESDAY
APRIL   15'
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THT.ET--
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
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.
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
,\'ew Westminstf.r Branch.      p.  |j.  LYLE,   Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* 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.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Pwd-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
B ft WALKER. President. ALEX.  LAIRD. General  Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMER8' BANKING.
�������'y facility afforded Farmers for  their banking butlneea.   Bales Notee
Mihed or taken for collection.
BANKING BY  MAIL���Deposits  may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Oo.-of.town accounts receive "every attention.
NEW WE8TMIN8TBR BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
At
Fresh from the factory
Ryall's Drug Store
..TRY   THEM
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TAKE
The White Pass
tod Yukon 1 oute
WHr?pR;ND' CARCROSS. ATLIN,
PAIRBan??RSE'   DMYSON   and
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter  Holidays
Tickets will be tola
for ONE PARI
rA RUAvi-rT ���    '-'nviawi    aiiu
Swidavl       S-- Dai,y  train8  (except
Uproi    r"ryin8   passengers,   mail,
���Un, .. *J?     fre't.ht    connect   with
main.,; '���   ",rcr0!'5 and White Horse,
p ��0M_8 a through winter service.
'"formation apply to
, '' H   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager.
Vancouver. B. C
AND OND-TfllRD tor tie ROUND
TRIP. On Mia April 18 to M, inclusive;  pood t" return ap to April
aist.
BD, OOUI.KT.
Agent,  NeW Westminster.
or to k. J. COYLS,
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Aft, Vancouver.
"���saSBMH
Meeting the Need
The West needs money and the  Northern Bank  has been esb&b
foi   this  end.    Its entire resourci - nre at The service of Western   business  men   a__d   farmers.    Every   dollar  it controls is  fully
tvested   within   the   country.    Barings   leposit&ra   receive    special
co    [deration,
PRINT PAPER TRUST
ON VERGE OF TROUBLE
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
���I NORTHERN BANK
Capital Paid Up. $1,240,000.
Rest  and  Undivided  Profits, $132,00D.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
Methods of Business of Big
Organization Being Probed
By U. S. Government.
U ACRES.   Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit land.   Adjoining land is held at
$400.      PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY __
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Washington, April 14���The attorney
gem ial yesterday sent to Speokei
Cannon a letter in reply to the house
resolution asking what steps have
been taken by the government to investigate the alleged combination 01
wood pulp or print paper manufacturers.
The attorney-general says an in
vestigation is in progress, but no evidence has yet.been obtained to justify
legal proceedings. He says that when
the investigation and the report thereon are completed, he will submit them
without delay if he can do so without
affecting the interests of justice, but
that if the investigation should lead
to civil or criminal proceedings, it
may continue expedient to temporarily
withhold from t'ne public the evidence
and information.      \
English and American Bliiiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New hnd
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLEBURN
i botte Ai.B��a. ?. O. B< i  llSfc
Bowling  Aiiey,  Pander   St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs. Samuel   May   &
'Co., Toronto.
Westminster
Transfer Co
It Will Not Seem  Like
EASTER
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Seeding  in Middle West.
Winnipeg, April 13.���Today seeding
is general throughout the province.
Thousands of immigrants from the
United States are pouring In and many
of them have had large tracts of land
broken and are among those who are
putting in wheat. Judging from present climatic conditions the season is
at least a month In advance of lasi
year. The acreage this year will be
greater than last owing to the enormous number of new settlers coming
In.
In the newer section of the province.
where the newcomers experienced
hardships a year ago, conditions this
year are exactly the reverse. More
plowing has been done than a ye.ii
ago and all in all, there were never
better prospects  for a good   year.
��� Office 'Phone  185.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
j any part of the city.
I
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM OEPOT.
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders and
Contractors...
If you do not have something new. You can make
your choice from a full ,
line of
Beautiful   Blouses
Handsome Skirts and
Chic Collars and Belts
LONDON PRESS HAS
FAtTH   IN   CANADA
AT:
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  - 275 Columbia Street
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for heating Post Office, Vancouver,
B C," will be received at this office
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, Inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plana and specification con be acen
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,
fl. 0.
Persoas tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
md signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
bv an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
wlll be forfelt��,l If the person tender
Ing decline to enter Int* a contract
v hen culled ui>on to do so, or if he fall
to complete the work contracted for.
If the tender bo not accepted the
cheque wlll be returned.
The Department does not bind It all
to accept the lowest or any lender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
i Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908
NOTICE
Newspapers Will not be paid for this
advertisement If they Insert it without
authority from the Department
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
one (1) month from the date hereof
application will be made to the
Governor-la-CouncIl under Chapter
) 15 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,
1006, for approval of plans of a bridge
to be constructed by the Victoria Terminal Railway and Ferry Company
over the Serpentine river on the line
of the said company's railway between
Blaine and Olivers In the Provlnca of
British Columbia; and also for approval of plans of a bridge to be constructed bj. the Victoria Terminal
Railway and Kerry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company's railway between Blaine and
Olivers In the aald Province of British
Columbia. Plans of each of the suld
bridges and descriptions of each of
the sites thereof have been deposited
with the Minister of Public Works,
and In the Land Registry Office at
New   Westminster,   British  Columbia.
Dated this 1st day of April A.D..
1908.
A. H. MacNRILL.
Solicitor for the Apullcnnls,
"The Milwaukee"
The Pion����r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "Sooth Watt Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-,
waukee ft St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and i'**'")!- ';m on sill their trsins and
(Tive r i ��� 'trons an excellence of
servi.?   i     , trainable elsewhere.
h. i. ROWE. General Agent
134 Third St.. cor AMcf ?onl����\d. O*
Montreal, April 13.���A 6_>eclaljLondon cable says newspaper comments
generally seem lo accept Sir Charles
RlVera-Wilson'B confidence that Canada's certain progress leaves plent\ of
scope tor the Grand Trunk and Grand'
Trunk Paclflp lo maintain its fortunes.
The financial News favors the sngses
tion of having a fraction of the board
consist of Canadian residents.
All kinds of carpenter, work. Gen-
eral repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest, notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   St.   Andrews
Street, between 8th and 9th St.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
WAdvertise the town we live Iu 1 >'
mailing Picture Post Cerds to ��rovr
friends.
BIJOU THEATRE
Adjoining Guichon Hotel
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Biackmun &  Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays snd Saturday st 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesdsy, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
R. WHITMORE, Secretary.
The great events mini all over the
world  brought before your eyes just
aa they happened.
Program for Wednesday and Thursday.
April 8 and 9.
I i. "Hay !  Ixwk Out There".. .Conie.lv
, .. Drama ln Slvllla Tragedy
; i. Illustrated Song ... "My Irish Boy"
! t. Fan In Japan  Making of Fans
.. Are You an Elk ?  Comedy
Complete change of program   three
Mines weekly-
Every night commencing    at    7:SO
p.m.   Every afternoon commencing at
2:110 p.m.
Admission, Adults \0, Children 5c.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
New Westminster Gly
Assessment
Re lot 12, block 11, Port Moody, subdivision of lot 201, group    1,    New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl.
cnte title number 351 IF, Issued In the
nsme of Mvy Ann Moresby has been
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given lhat I shall,
f.t the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of, In a dally newspajier published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. B. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.;
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B, O., March 18. 1908.
���^ T
COURT OP REVISION.
Notice Is hereby given that the ���_.-
sessment roll for the year 1908 hae
been returned to me, and remains In
my office, where It may be Jnspecte*
by any person having an intereet
therein, until the sitting of the cowl
of revision. ,
The first sitting of the court of revision on the said assessment roll will
be held .at the city hall, In the said
City, on Monday, the 11th May next,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon- Any
parsotl Intending to appeal against
the assessment must do so In writing.
to be filed with the city clerk st least
seven days betore the first sitting <it
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, April 7, 1908.
SO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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A haaStoanlr lUnitntod WMklj. timsi ��_.
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L".r_2M��*
booki.no to Anv from anV
points in the old country
can be arranged at this ofFICE,
Next sailings of the Empres��w.
May 1st.
For other  dates and particular*,
apply to
ID. QOULKT,
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
APRIL
here is still the stumpage and other j
lues  coming  to  the  Government     to
Increase the revenu^
By the way. it was proved beyond
question that the cheques accompanying the tenders were accepted by the
Bank of Ottawa, as the date stamp
showed and to which the manager of
the Bank swore positively, before the
is the man who fights the battle of life tenders were opened and Mr. Turriff
to advantage. I conies out of the investigation as   a
_   i.     ������,. ...  ...rincr inri  judge would say "without a slain on
Our present showing of spring ana  ^B ^	
summer woollens for men, contains
the world's best in materials and patterns.
The Man
In a Stylish
Suit
Call and inspect the stock for yourself.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
his character" and the defamation
I coming from the source it did, and be-
| ing so clearly disproved, raises him
| high in the estimation of every fair-
I minded elector, and the Dominion
; should be proud that he has emerged
from the ordeal untarnished and has
defeated his enemies with the greatest
weapon man can possess, the weapon
of truth.
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
ia ibe end.
108 W
Tenders
Tenders for the privilege of running
a. refreshment booth at Queen's park
during the afternoon and evening of
������  ~   Friday, May 1, will be received by the
arrange a mates with the Vancouver; undersigned up to Saturday, April IS-
V. M. C. A-  team for the last week!
in this month, the game to take place I
in Vancouver.   The masquerade which
was scheduled  to take  place  at the
local rink this evening has been postponed until Monday, April 20.
W. N. CARTY,
Secretary May Dav Committee,
BRITISH PARLIAMENT
ADJOURNED FOR EASTER
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
.ishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of   Sixth   and   Front j semblance of activity
Sixth
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
I l_ondon, April 14.���After sitting to-
j day parliament adjourned until April
I 25 for the Easter recess.
Sir Gilbert Parker tried to galvanize
,' the    House    of    Commons    into    a
>y urging the
��. A. Paige Managing Director
^li-,JtV^BET.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL  15, 1908.
nation to stop the alleged dumping of;
��� American hops into England, but .Mr.
! Lloyd George, who made- his first appearance as chancellor of the ex-
j chequer, pointed out in reply that Sir
j Gilbert Parker's figures were greatly
exaggerated. In any case he said the
| matter could not be done until this
i commission had made Its report.
MAY   DAY   CELEBRATION
TO BE HELD AT KAMLOOPS
GIFT  TO  THE  LITTLE   FOLKS.
Tha City Council did iisalf proud
when on Monday night it granted $160
to the -May Day celebration fund. It
makes the old feel younger to see the,
children enjoy themselves, aud mean | 	
will   be  the man who will object to Kamloops,    April    14.���A    petition
the full observance of this day, when signed  by nearly 300 school children
the bright young life of the city can, has been presented to Fire Chief Mac
without   distinction, collectively  enter Kay .asking that   the  May Day cele-
into the sport surrounding the ancient bration he held as usual.    Tire chief
custom.    On the other  hand    it  will says that the celebration will be held
tend  to  make our youth  more  staid, and that he and  the other members
by realizing that they are recognized 0f the brigade hoped that the trustees
by their elders, and in years to come, would see their way clear to the de-
We Can Clothe You
For Less        j
In made to measure clothing.    WHY?>
Because we Import all our materials]
from the leading manufacturers, and i
keep on hand a staff of expert tailors. I
Clothes made by us are guaranteed
to fit perfectly, while the workman-
ship is the best.   For stylishness, dis- j
tinctlveness   and   exclusiveness   they l
are noted, and we are   not    obliged
to argue on the quality of the material-
Its after a few weeks thait the super-
lorlty of our garments becomes evi- j
dent.   Then too, the prices are near-1
ly half of what the ordinary custom
| tailor would charge you.
Agents wanted.
The Croot & Stewart Tailoring Co
538  Hastings street, West,
Vancouver.
Condensed
Advertisements
TO RENT���Furnished rooms; rates
reasonable; electric light and bath.
Apply corner Eighth and Carnarvon
streets.
LOST���Gold Bracelet, with initials
M. C Finder please return to this
office.    Reward.
WANTED���To purchase from owners
one or two good lots for cash. State
location and lowest price.    Address
"F,' Daily News office.
WANTED���To buy new and seconJ
hand furniture. Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired. Speck & Crandell, Front street, near tram office
******** + + + +*+++++++++++++***<>$***A.+ ^^
* HOUSE OF QUALITY
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Easter Toggery
The newest patterns and shades in
      TIES
;    shown in our window; all prices
SOc,      65c,      75c      to      $1.00
��� Straw Hats___
made of the best material, with silk
bands, to suit all faces,
50c,  65c,  75c,   S1.00   to   $4.qq
H
j J. Eugene Brown & Co.
Clothiers and Haberdashers
ATS   RETRIM.MED   AND   MADE
over.      Price    reasonable.    1ST
Auckland street, A. L. Bishop.
P. S-DON'T DELAY.
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YEE KEE, Tailor
REMOVED TO BEGBIE STREET.
FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor   supplied free.   Orders solicited. Canadian I
Pacific Employment .\gency, 506 Cor-1
dova  west, Vancouver,  B. C.    Phone
3329.
LATEST  SPRING  SUITING.
at*TSuits Cleaned  and   Pressed.
W
ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English  subjects,  classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
ARE YOURjYEsI
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them tX.i
amined. We make no charge!
for testing your eyes. All w.rk|
guaranteed
W. GIFFORD, Optician!
Optical   Parlors   in T. Gilford's!
Jewelry Store.
should they wander to other climes,
there will come up the remembrance
of the happy annual event they entered into with such zest and there
will be :i longing to return to the old
haunts. For the Children and in
their name we thank the Council for
its generous gift.
ANOTHER BUBBLE  BURST.     .
Once again has the phantom of
scandal, which the Conservatives have
followed lii.e thr "will o' the wisp,
been dissolved under the sunlight of
thorough enquiry by the Public Accounts  Committee.
The ghost tin., time appeared to
them like a timber limit scandal. The
system of obtaining tenders was said
io be crooked and the Imperial Pulp,
Company secured limits that ought
to have gone to other tenderers, although their bids were considerably
less t'uan those put in by the Imperial
Pulp Company, and it was contended
that the policy of the Government
having this system was wrong. Now
it so happens that the policy of the
present Liberal Government, in this
respeet, is precisely tho same, and is
a continuation, Mn so far as the system is concerned, of that of its predecessors. But there is a marked
difference when the bonus sum Is
considered. Under the Mackenzie
Administration 1871.4878 the average
bonus was $2:! per square mile on the
total ana granted, 810 miles. From
INT:, to 1895 the Conservatives granted a total area of 29,322 square miles
for which they reeeived only 111" sm:il[
average bornia of $4.3 per square mile
The present administration has grant-
as area of 6, ID', square miles at an
average bonus of J81.92. It is claimed
by the Opposition thai the presenl
administration have been giving away
valuable'   |lini,ts,  but   tbey   will   have  lo
Kiep hiding behind each other to ea.
cape the full force of the boomerang,
1 because, If the $81.92 obtained by the
.-Butler AdmlniBtfatlon can be called
"giving away" what niusi bv said of
Btfcem only gelling $4.8. Then there l8
the additional faol lhat tills bonus of
$81.92 was bid and accepted for areas
Which were thrown back by their
trends io the Conservative Govern-;
ment as being, as they said, absolute-'
ly worthless.
The policy of any Government
M'.i.ubl be to get the resources of the!
country opened up. It has been so in
this ense with respect, to timber limits,
and we doubt, not but that this de-'
velopment has enhanced the value of1
the holdings In Just the same manner
���;ts tho development of a city en-
__ ID COS the value of real estate. The
���coming of transportation facilities and
'the creation of near-by markets must
Have a strengthening effect upon the
value of holdings nnd those who explored tlmse wilds ami discovered their
value and looked ahead have a right
,to reoelve the reward of their tore-
MJKhit 'liid eon lld -Mice, and no sane man
���will bogrudge them what  they have
rMl.ted.    After the hones    Is    pad,
daring of a holiday on May 1.
Roller Hockey Team.
The first practice or the Westminster hockey team was held at the
Clarkson street rojjer rink yesterday
afternoon, when a number of aspirants
for positions on the team were given
a tryout,   An effort is being made to
3-
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILI 1 V. RC-
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
A Hardman.    A.James.
J. McClughan
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SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
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HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust BiocK
NOTICE!
Seen the New
Spring Shoes at Johnston's
BIG   SHOE   HOUSE?
Here are some off the Newest Shoes they are showing:
This Shoe in Patent Colt and Russia
Calf, made by John H. Cross,  the finest shoemaker in the United States.
Prices  $4.00 to $5.00 a pair
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
; Ladies' Gold Watches trom 112.75 up
I Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
1 race, $6.00.
| Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
case, 97.50 up. \
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
i Watches, supplied ��o the Wellman
j Arctic Kxnedition. Ml warranted.
I Chalas; Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
I Watch repairing; charges reason
i able.
Our office is located ,t\
THE REAR of the Daily
News block (entrance from
Sixth street).
Jackson & Morrison
THE
1  PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily News Block
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
i
Ladies' White Canvas Pumps, made by
Chas.   K.   Fox,   of  Haverhill,   Mass.      The  best
American Canvas Pump that we can buy.
Price  $2.50 a pair
in
Patent
and  Kid.
"Warwick" Shoes for Men,
Colt,  Tan,   Russia Calf,    Gun  Metal,
The most up to date Shoes made-
Price  v ....; . $4.50 a pair
No other shoe store in Canada can show you a better selection of modern
shoes than ourselves.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fillers, Ut
I Maple Ridge Fruit Lands For SaleI titt^SSffrf \,
  I Moderate Charges.        Phone ACT
Front St. New Westminster
RUBBER STAMPS I
Made   in   Vancouver  by ��i",rt
workmen, with   latest m��oW����J
��� and best materials, al modtiW
prices.
A. G. Bagley & S��nS I
410 Hastinfls Street, Vancouver.
ld Rubber Stamp*
Now is the time to secure a block of
this valuable level land, while prices
are low. Land is advancing in price
in this well settled neighborhood.
Good roads; schools, churches and
ether conveniences; best of shipping
facilities; only one hour's ride to Vancouver or Westminster.
Apply  to  the   Secretary   Port   'lam-
r-ionrl   ?nd   Dirtr'ct   Imprnv'.'.-n:   t
eoclatlon, Port Hammond, O   C.
"Bagley Makes Good
.Electric Blue-Printi.
i
Any Si*.
Maps, Charts and Drafting
The Vancouver   Map and Blue-
Print Company,
441 Seymour .St., Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFICE.-
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S.
Crescent Block
J. HENLEY
Manufncturer of
Mineral Waters, Be
Aerated Wafer*.
Family trade a specialty-
Office. E'flht
Tel. 113.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
I JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. I
rfj Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster gj
We have just received  I
+^mm0mmtmtmm^l���m.^rmmSSfSSSM ���***A^*M****m**m**m*mm
and you are invited to inspect,'
without doubt the finest selection of  HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St, NEW WMTMINsTER
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron
Removed to Tenth Stj*
tween Power Housed
Galbraith'sFactory.
JOHN w\t��><
Telephone 53.
New Westminster.
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APRIL   15,   1908.
~*~ THE  DAILY  NEWS.
paojb nvm v
THE CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH   THE CASH STORES
Remarkable
Bargains
.. FOR ..
WEDNESDAY
and THURSDAY
SHOPPERS
Easter Gowns
that sell regularly up to
$30.00, all at one price
Wednesday and Thurs
day :
$
20
.00
The 'Mil;, bird catches the worm all right, all right, ami this special
a
price i .: <i' high class tailored garments for women will add zest to
our big volume of business Wednesday ami Thursday. Every garment
is fashion's newest���the acme of perfection ami good taste ....$20 00
Easter Waists      Easter Waists
Two Big Offerings!
150 brand new Waists
in the latest styles and
trimmings; regular $1.65
for, each 95c
200 White Lingerie
Waists, every one of
them a dream of beauty;   regular $2.25,   for
 $1.25
Easter Millinery
in this section we are as busy as boos. Our 1908 millinery has
been universally praised 'by the ladies of our fair city. Our reputation
for lush class yet moderately priced creations is too well known for
lis to say anything about it. Such styles, such originality. Even Paris
Itself could not boast of a more glorious showing .nl prices to suit
every purse.
Easter Hosiery
We are agents for Morley's world renowned hosiery. The word
Morley is sufficient proof of our qualities. Every new style is represent, ii in this store.
Tartan hosiery is very popular this season. We have them in endless variety; also pretty effects in fancy embroidered hose from 45c
l�� $2.00
Women's'Easter Neckwear
25c to $2.00
A(,i rming variety conceded to In. the most beautiful selection
ever exhibited by this store. Among the favorites is the Merry
widow bow, the Qem bow, white embroidered stocks, etc
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Women's Easter Belts
:i" most comprehensive showing we have ever ottered, We have
dozens i f styles, hut tho three favorites are the tan leather with large
(ttnc. buckle, tim white embroidered belt with pearl buckle and   the
1>!|S,:'  i'it with jet trimmings.
Easter Gloves
1 "ie styles of Dame Fashiou for 190.S.   Being sole ugents for
l0>isse kid in all styles and Morley's sill, gloves, sufficient Is
an 1,1
A Big Drawing Card in
Lace Curtains
'���'���' pair of beautiful .Nottingham  lace curtains, 3%  yards
lo��g In
for
w   embroidered edge   with medallion effect*. Regular $2<>0,
.$1.25
��*******9****.****.
L.jk
T. M. SMITH
The  State  That  Gives  Value.
���:r  Cur Advertisement  of New    Muslins Ne      ���     <
&aa_a,tt'MMH!!��_f_..
CITY NEWS
Sold by the leading distributors, tho   a year or so,  but lhe contract   tor a
"B. C." cigar. ������hundred feel  of the  wharf has been
I let to \V.  It.  Gilley, and    the    pile-
rile   Senior   lacrosse  players   turn
out tonighl tor the first team practice
of  the  season,  fourteen  men     being
ready to take ths field.
driver crew  will be busy there in
few days.
Flowers  for Easter,
florist.   Phone 184.
See Tidy,
the
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Men's clothing, odd pants, etc.. justi
a; rived.   Kyle & Sons. ���   * ** |     The city council will hold a special
j meeting  this  afternoon  at  5 o'clock
New  boots aud w_oe��   at   Kyle   & j for llie purpose of discuS3ing wUh j.
j Buntzen, managing director, and other
A meeting of the Westminster Foot-! officials   of the B. C E. R. company,
ball association will be held in    thej tn9 building of a new dam at Coquit-
ne.ar future,  probably nexrt week, forj lam lake-
the winding up of the affairs of the
club for the past season.
Four room cottage and lot, near
Sapperton car line; $G00 on terms. See
Abbott it Hyde, real estate agents. **
For an infraction of the Stationary
Boilers inspection act, E. C Phillips
was fined $100 and costs by Captain
Pittendrigh iii the district court yesterday.
The   "Auto"   cigar
favorite smoke.
is  Decoming    a
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in B. C. Dominion Trust
block. �����
The new tug boat built tills winter
nn the .North Arm by VV. Thompson,
of Vancouver, has been successfully
launch i ind has been brought to the
C. !'. li. wharf to receive its engines.
J. II. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office in the Gulchon blo<>k. Phone 338. ���
Miss Agnes Denns Cameron, formerly principal of South Park school,
Victoria, who achieved something like
fame by a dispute with the education
department over a drawing examination, is illustrating ltudyard Kipling's
Canadian letters for Collier's and has
'been engaged by five magazines to
take the Mackenzie river trip.
Remember the shoe sale at R.
Stevenson's shoe house, Begbie street.
Opposite Windsor hotel. **
Pedestrians on Columbia street yesterday afternoon were somewhat
astonished to see the stalwart form of
Sergeant Gelser, of the    city
Fourth St.
LOT
CHEAP
Beautiful lot on Fourth
street, all cleared, excellent
location. Price for a few
days, $225.00.   Terms right.
W. J. KERR
276-278 Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B-C.
Phone 170.
P. O. Box 377.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
I
EAT
at
L Astor Grill
The  Largest and  Finest  Equipped   Cafe   in   Western   Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon served from 11: :!0 lira, to 2 p. ni.. for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from 5:30
to   8   p.   m.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A. N. PRENTICE,   Lessee  and
Manager.
_ar
���sa
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If Vou  WANT HELP.
THE
:
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:
:
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police ���
lone, seated on a box of a substantial
farm wagon, filled with squealing
specimens of the porcine tribe, driving the outfit down tho street. The
team had been left, presumably by t'ne *
owner, tied to ,:. telephone post at the ���
Crescent in close proximity to the
stieet car track, and every time that a
car passed the animals went nearly
frantic with fear. The sergeant drove
the team to the livery stable out of
danger's way.
On Saturday. April 25, the High
School junior football team will play
:; :- game with the Vancouver
|unl at Moody Square, the return A Westminster learn will compete
; to '��������� ulayed on the following this year, in the Vancouver Hospital
��� ...    die scorers ol the largest   benefit sports ou Victoria Day. in a
a  gregate number of goals wlll secure   novel comedy   game   called   pushball.
the Armstrong cup. , The game in played with a five foot
For cut flowers, DOUquetS or funeral designs teiephone T- Davies &
Son, B  208. ������"
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced On TUESDAY MORNING
April 14, 1908
^ JOHN A. LEES
I  Mammotk FURNITURE Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and just six doors below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right In the new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
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ball, In appearance like a huge football, six men a side endeavoring to
make the big sphere roll towards the
goal ot their opponents. Tlie game IX
Will am McComby, the patient from is essentially a comic one and the con-' J
the Tranqullle sanatorium nou- Kam- testants will be dressed in grotesque 1 ���
loops, who after being dismissed from garbs. Eight teams will compete In \*
that institution, male a number of the tournament, each game lasting J
complaints regarding the conduct of, fifteen minutes. The winning teams''
I've establishment, resulting in an In- will receive prizes donated by the
vestliatlon by a committee of four, promoter of the sport. Con Jones.
! ives this city on Thursday for Ire
; nd, where he will reside in future
dise
iii. is the. chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
uni allowed on any article you choose to pick out.
JOHN A. LEE.
TEL.   73.
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COLUMBIA   8TREET
DUPONT BLOCK
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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Corner  lot,  with  small    house    In
Sapperton.   Price $ti,.0, on easy terms.
Tenders are asked for the clearingI Apply, White, Shiles & Co., Columbia
of  certain  blocks  of  land   within the : street. ���*
city limits,   Particulars can be had at i    _,.    . .
The long desired road to Bon Accord
tho    of.ice    of    White. Shiles & Co.,! ���     L,,.   .       ,       ,   -, , , u
Mom the Eraser river bridge,    wiiich
Columbia street. V hag been ^^ ^ .^ ^ ..^
TIh steamer it. P. Hit'iiet, the C. P. ��nd the need of which was brought to
R. passenger and freight boat that the attention of the government re-
operated between this city and Vic-' cently by the Daily News, is now as-
toria last year, will again be. on the; sured. As a result of the visit of, the
old run commencing on the first of i chief commissioner of lands and
ne.U inonth The days ou which It' works, Hon. F. J. Fulton, to the city,
will leave and arrive have not yet: the provincial government has agreed
been announced, but will probably be'to make ,an appropriation of $2500 to-
the same as  last  summer.
A favorite of tUe erne smokers, the
"Brilliante" cigar.        ��� ������
.\i a recent imvt'ns of the Vancou-1
yer   District  Football  Association  in
Vancou ver, the request of the Rovers
club delogate,   Frank   Locke,   lhat  a
match  ho authorized in this city for
Good Fr.d.ty, was granted, provisional.
oa the securing of tha consent    of
Westham Island to meet t'ne Rovers|
in tlial   dale.    Both  teams  have put
up some of the besl  work of the sva
soa and the tame therefore should u>
a good one.
wards the work, an amount that practically covers the sum estimated, "fhe
information was contained in a telegram to T. Gifford, M.L.A., yesterday.
The police were notifled yesterday
that a yound lad, Joseph Thomas, was
m-ssing from his home on Cariboo
St. and had not been seen since Saturday last. The lad is seventeen
years of age and was employed at the
B. C. Manufacturing company's mill
on Lulu Island. He had been in the
liabit of visiting a ranch In the coun-
i try and staying late In the evening, j
His  parents   had  objected    strongly,!
ii Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Are now offering for sale a special line of
. Dinner Ware
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
***************************************
Columbia Street.       New  Westminster, B. C.
Phone 92.
DO IT NOW
I his father several  times  walking the
Phone   B278   for   Cleaning,   Dyeing,   two miles to fetch him hack,   (in Sat-
[.ressin:., repairing.   OpVoalte Premier urday he again went out and Bince
hotel, ** ; t,um nothing haa been lizard of him,
and the matter has been placed In tlie
Rj ill's drug store has been a busy   hrm(ls Q,  ,ho  _i0||CPi wh<J  w|||     a_
spot slnci i lie nnnouncemenl appeared  demp ,0 locnte lhn ml8Sjng ,,ov
tn the   Dally .News   lhal    children's
tickets P6r the lacrosse season could I
Kight cakes toilet soap at  Kyle &
eo: tamed  there five.    Since    that I Sous for 25c. , ������
time 1-0 children between tha ages of
.1
six and fourteeu jinve signed their
nam.s in the hook placed for the purpose ami gone, away with the cherish-
vl Hell I. And still they are coming
I'll.' ir.o,;. and to snc.i' nn extent that
ll his lirtome necessary to order another hail a thousand tickets.    There
The new fruit canning" factory,
which was discussed at a meeting of
the city council last month, is now an
assured industry for the city and wlll
probably be in readiness for operation
In a month's time. The firm that Is
starting the business here is one that
for many years has been canning fruit
will i.6 n good crowd of juvenile cn-
. ,t        , ,      ...      ��� i.i In Bellingham successfully and   now
thuslnsta at the matches this year, ir '
desire, being British subjects, to transfer their business to the Canadian side
I of the line.    It.  l!.oder, of the cr<m-
Kvle & Sons nave fresh ranch eggs
M   Piny, was in  tho city yesterday and
.Monday and made nil the necessary
the number of tickets mean anything.
at 85c,
Work will shortly be commenced on
arrangements for the construction of
mmssri
the wharf being built for Aid- Fader,, a large wharf above the bridge, on
above the Fraser river bridge. The! whie^ the factory will be erected. The
ultimate intention is to build an lm-1 contract for the wharf was let to W.
manse wharf -covering ten water lots j A. Gilley and the work Is now well
und Attending into the river far
"i.oii.h to got thirty feet of w_.ter so
thnt t.i. largest of vessels cijn tl" ��l��
there without trouble. It is iM'"**
l-ected thnt th's will be complet'etl for
under way and will, It Is believed be
completed by the end of the week. The
ronf/pct oovm* .the pile driving and
the'Mrihgors faty: The wharf will
as'SITrfy'M.'feet.
HAVE.YOU INSURED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNSOVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS   BURNED     UP   AS    OTHERS
HAVE  DONE.
MORAL:    DO  IT NOW.
I IN8URE ALL KIND8 OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
/  A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. APR|L
Just   Arrived   From   Chica
500 BOYS' SUITS
Buster Brown, Russian Blouse Suits
Choice Shades and Patterns and Latest Cuts. This entire shipment will be placed on sale at once.
Here Arc a Few Prices:
Buster Brown Wash Suits; regular $1.75.   Sale Buster Brown, Fine Worsted; regular $5.50.
price .      .      .      ...       .      .      .      95c Sale price $2.50
Russian Blouse Wash Suits; regular $2.50. Sale Russian Blouse, Tweeds and Serges; regular $7.
price        $1,25 Sale price $3.50
Boys' Knickers; regular 75c.     Sale price, 35c.
And hundreds more that we have not the space to describe.     Come to our store and look at the stock.   Sizes
to fit boys from 2 to 15 years of age.   Store open evenings.
Westminster Clothing Company
Dave Grossman, Prop.   Columbia St., Westminster
WIRELESS WAVES REACH
VALDEZ FROM FAIRBANKS
Valdez, April 13.���The first wireless
message ever transmitted from Fairbanks   to   Valdez   was received here
yesterday by tho steamer Bertha, according to a statement made by officers of fhe vessel.   The Bertha, which
was at dock here, was in communication with the steamer Portland, which
was near Cordova, all the afternoon,
and it was while so engaged that the
operator on the Bertha got in touch
witb Fairbanks. It has heretofore been
claimed that tbe proximity of the high
mountains to Valdez would interfere
witb   the   successful operation   of   a
wireless station, .but the tests   made
yesterday disprove the idea.
Although the Bertha, at Valdez, was
practically hemmed in by high mountains, no trouble was experienced in
communicating with the Portland, In
Prince William sound. The erection
of a wireless station at Hlnchinbrook
Island and another at Valdez would
make it possible for vessels to keep
in touch with Seattle at any point
along the mute, and would be of
greal assistance In caRe of q wreck
occurring oulRide of Hlnchinbrook island, whore the. Oregon met disaster.
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 and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc., adHreas
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, Rl.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
8ervlce.
This Date in History.
1638
169T
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1814-
1860
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1891
3007���
APRIL. 15.
I��� English settlers arrived at Xew
Haven, Conn.
-Charles XI.   of   Sweden    died.
Born Dec. 25, 1665.
-Dr. Samuel Johnson's "Dictionary of the Kngllsh Language"
published,
-.lohn Lothrop Motley, historian,
horn. Died May 80, 1877,
-Nice voted in favor of annexa*.
tlnn to France.
Abraham  Lincoln    died,    Horn
Feb, 12, 1809.
Matthew Arnold, Kngllsh    poet
and writar, died.   Bora Dec. 24,
1*22.
Treaty for tbe delimitation of
the British and Italian spheres
of  Influence  In   Easl   Africa
signed at  Rome.
An earthquake destroyed   ffhll
panclngo and Chilapa, towns
of Mexico, with grepi lost er
life.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
R�� lot 11 and the north half of lot 10,
block A, Government Office Gardens,
New Westminster City-
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be Issued to
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day
of May, 1908, unless lu the meantime
a valid objection thereto he made to
me In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in1 any part thereof.
0. S. KEITH,
District Registrar cf Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., April 8, 1908.
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested .to deliver tlie
same to the undersigned,
(a) 17th January, 18X7, New Westminster City to J. Wilson, conveyance
in Tee.
lb) lith August, 1888, .1. Wilson to
T. II. Mclnnes, conveyance, in fee.
(C) llth November, 1890, T. U.
Mclnnes to Florence lllanchiinl Hole,
conveyance In fee,
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
Bunk of Commerce Building.
tr       ADVERTISE      'Bl
a���     IN     ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If Youve FOUND Anything.  \
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S. Princess May.
Princess    -May    leaves     Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 and
April 4.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA 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.
8.8. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m. daily except Monday;   arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except Monday; arlrves Victoria ' a.m.
dally except Tuesday.
WEST COA8T  ROUTE.
8 8 Teas
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of eacb
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Abcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. tn.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. To., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chirk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRA8ER   RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and  Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham IsLan.l Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 0 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5  p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st mil 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 0. 111., 2nd
and 16th of each month, colling at
Bkidegate on first trip and Bella Cools
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.B_. every
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
Hi. J. COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Paas. Agent, Vancouver.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Da* 10 tbe 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 sleepers, luxurious dining
car, 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,
��ao Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland ���������ith the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek point*
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage Hiily for  Republic
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ....715 p.m.
ia.35 p.m 'lossland ....4.10 p.m.
9-40 am Nelson ....   6.4, p.m.
k       H. A. JACKSON.
NOTICE.
I
IN THE MATTER OF THE RAIL-
WAV ACT, and in the matter of the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Railway Company and of the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and .Navigation Company!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under the provisions of Section illil of
the Railway Act, an application will
be made to the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, at tho Court
Room of said Commissioners, at the
City of Ottawa, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, on TUESDAY, the 12th
day of May, A. D 1908, for a recommendation to the Governor In Council
tor the sanction of a certain agreement dated the 26th day Of March,
A. D. 1908, made between the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Rail
way Company of the one part, and
the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern
Railway and Navigation Company of
the other part, providing for the sate
by the Vancouver, Westminster and
Yukon Railway Company to and the
purchase by the Vancouver, Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company from the said the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company, of all that portion of the
undertaking and properties of tbe
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Railway Company, consisting of the
line of railway ln the City of Vancouver described In said agreement and
from the City of Vancouver to the City
of New Westminster, and in the City
of .New Westminster, and all lines of
railway connecting it with the bridge
over the Fraser river at New Westminster, and .M rights arising out of
any order of the Board of Rnllway
Commissioners for Canada, pertaining to the maintenance or operation
of the said lines of railway or any of
them, and all other property, real or
personal, acquired for or held by or
in (rust for or on account of the said
linen of railway or any of them.
DATED this 27t1i day of March, A.
D. 1908.
JAMES JEFFREY,
Secretary of the Vancouver, West.
minster  nnd   Yukon   Railway Company.
���ynopsis    of    Canadian    North-Wall
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section ot Dd-I
' minion lands  In Manitoba, Saskatebj
iewan and Alberta, excepting i! and .6,1
I not reserved, may be honi.s'e.dedbyl
,any person who Is the sole head of fl
family, or any male over 18 tears oil
j age, to the extent of one-q.iar.er b��-|
Ition of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must
i made in person by the applicant ��|
'a Dominion Lauds Agency er 6U.-
agency for the district in w&irti tW
land is situate. Entry by pttKJ *m
however, be made at an agency ����l
certain conditions by the father, bo*|
er, son, daughter, brother or Blmro'l
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to P��'l
form the homestead duties under o��|
of the following plans'
(1) At least six months' ii**!
upon and cultivation of the la* ��|
eacb year for three years-
(2) A homesteader may, II *���    |
desires, perform the   required  t��
dence duUes   by  living on   una*
(and owned solely bv U�� J�� "J
than eighty  (80) acres in ��.��>.,
the vicinity of his homiite^ '"J
ownership In land wlll nol.��*��
requirement
(3) H the father (or inoi^,'
father ls deceased) of a norn*ua
nas permanent residence on t�� ���
land owned solely by nlm. ��<*   J
than eighty (80) aces In ell'\
tbe vicinity of the ^'f^/J
on  a homestead entered ��>
ln the vicinity, such hornet;   !
perform his own residence d
living with the ta.her (or ntft��
(4, The term "vicinity''" ��� ,,
preceding  paragraphs Is a ���
meaning not more than nin      ^
a direct line, exclusive "f "      ,���,
of road allowances crossed
measurement. Jjng  te
,5,    A   homesteader I ]n .,
perform his residence *nu�� ^
cordance with the above ^ ^
with parents or on ��"""% ���#��;
ed by himself musl ""''' "
fin
ibe district of such intef^,,
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Hilar* Block, New Westminster, B. C
six" months' notice ln J[*   0f D��
be given lo the Commas   ���
minion LUdl ��t Otiaws, ol
to apply for patent.
W. w.
C0BY,
interfw;
Deputy of the Mlnlsl-M;;;;;;iltion:
N.   B._unautliorUe<M^.  .f pB|.
Ibis  advertise
for.
.ment will ��ot v kepN
ESDAV   APRIL
15,   190B
THE DAILY NEWS.
PiGKSEV!
Do You Intend Building?
���There ia no time like the present" is an eld saying but more espeoal
.tent    It ^. however, very questionable if It Wl��� remain 80 much |onge_
',,    DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices go up again.
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN B
of doubt the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster. WE
prospective purchasers  BUT  IN  THE   VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
I, jS situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains. You can also see all the LACRO
here  Nearly every lot faces on a 66 -foot  street   and  has   a   lane   at   the
_l -���.-ilt    ���/���._���   uaiii>   nnrnne ac   urtu   >.���..   1.1..   _....
where
If one
rf is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and have
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the prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:     WE ARE THE ONLY
y does this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS   GONE   DOWN   to  a   very  astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries and convince your
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E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what   is  beyond the   least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy  names  in order to attract
DENTIAL SECTION  OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificlent view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else
rear . Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with   you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want.    If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park  look at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL  THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with e/ery lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE AR RANGED.
ALSO
���am��  Interaatlng  Games to  on   fny**
With Jsokatenes.
Of course you beys nnd girl, all
know how to play jack-tone., but
you may not know all the game/
that can he player] with thom.
Do you know "Cats in the Well,"
for instance? It is played in th*
fallowing fashion:
T-oll the jacks from the hand to
the ground; these are the cats.
Then place your left hand near
them, with the fist lightly closed,
the thumb and first finger forming
the opening to one well.
Jack may now be thrown up, and,
while he is in the air, one cf the
four cats on the ground must b*
picked up and put in the well.
Repeat the operation with th��-
���erond, third and fourth eats until
til have been drowned in the wel.
TTl_e left hand may now be taken
away, leaving the dead eats in a
bunch.
Why H. Would Be Absent.
A suburban train was slowly
working its way through one of the
blizzards of a recent winter. Finally it came to a dead stop, and all
efforts to start it again were futile.
In the wee small hours of the
morning a weary commuter, numb
from the cold and the cramped position in which he had tried to sleep,
crawled out of the tram and floundered through the heavy snowdrifts
to the nearest telegraph station
This is the message hc handed to
the operator:
"Will not be at office today. Not
home yesterday yet."���Everybody*.
Magazine.
Six lot. and a house facing Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third  St..   House I. seven roomed with modern lmprov.rn.nt..
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth -.venue.   Price fizoo-
McQUARRIE & CO. tm gfas.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
Dli]
Patchsd by c. P. R. train at 8:35
"��� m���; close 8 a. tu.
*��n.M and Seattle, via Huntingd-m.
Mlllsl;.,,
flay;
Sunday
No;   1,  dally   except Sin-
SlM>|iort.on   No,   ,,    r
Mails Received at <.:3fi p.m. 'cept Sunday
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.  1, dallyexcept Sun-
days.   Return mall receive lo a.m.
Dispatched by O.N.R. train. 8.45 no.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Port KelU,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
In   Washington  and  south,    also  all
.   _  _ln II tr      AT-
ly   except Sin-   |n   Washington  and  soma,    tm
1.   dillv   exceoi j I)0|nt8  In eastern  states),    dally  ex
___ ._ ..... _._ !____ _,.._._...,    iteturn malls received
at    MO   p.m.   ttonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesday* pnd Bator*
days. Return mall rocelved Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. tn.:
Vancouver No. 2; Victoria, No. t;
Central Park, dally except Sunday.
Return mall Received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 o. tn.:
East Burnnhy, dally eicept Sunday.
Return mall, received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 1I'"0 noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. It. noat 1:30 p.m.
dally  (closes dally at thi. same
time daring.winter months:
Ladner,    Weatham    Island,    Port
Oulchon, Steveston, Bunbury. dill,
except Sunday. Return mall, received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward'., Wedne.day and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesday, and
Saturday..
Bumnby    lake.    Return   mall   tt
S p.m.
Dispatched by Q.N. Fj**t. 4 o. m.:
To southern   point*,   daily *xo*i>
Sunday.   Utturn mall 11 p. m.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ihe undersigned, and endorsed "Tea-
der tor alterations to the Post Office
Building, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this office until Wednesdiy,
Apr.l 22. 1608, ind.sively, for the con.
Btructloh of the alterations to the Post
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plata nnd specification can be sej'.i
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unle.vi
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque, on a charter ?d
bank, made payable to the order of t'ne
Honorable the Minister of Publ'n
Works, equal to len per cent. (10 p.c.)
of thei amount of the' tender, which
will te forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the. work contracted for. It
tlie 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, March 19, 190.       *i
Newspapers win jiot be paid for Hit.
advertisement If they insert it without
authority from the Department. '
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER. HOLOEr-'  AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Between ;Napoteon Autlner (Judgment creditor), pln.int.fr, and R- H.
Soles (judgment debtor), defendant.
Pursuant to tlie order of his honor
I'' W. Howay, couhty court Judge,
mad. herein this 13th day of March,
1908, I will on Wedne.day, the 8tn
day of April, 1908, nt the hour of 11
I 'clock lu the forenoon, at my office,
court house, New Westminster, R, C,
offer for sale by public auction, ail the
I'ght, title and interest of the above
named defendant, R. H. Soles, In the
southeast quarter of the southeast
quarter of section sixteen (16), township sixteen (16), New Westminster
d.strict, containing forty acres more
or less, to satisfy a judgment obtained
hy the above named plaintiff against
the above named defendant, dated first
or March, 1906, for I393.S4 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.
Piles in favor of Alexander .lonnston
and registered the Sth day of Jwne,
1905, and the above judgment filed ta*
nth ot March, 1906.
Thi. property ha. a one and a half
alorey dwelling and outhou.es erected
thereon and two acre, planted In fruit
trees.
Term, of 8.1., Cash.
Dated the 24th day or March, 1D08.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff County of Wertmloater.
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APRIL
Residential
LOT
Clear
Cheap
Easter Postals
Easter
Cards
Easter Novelties
LACROSSE SCHEDULE IS
DRAWN UP FOR SEASON
Full sized lot on Fourth
street, two blocks from car
line,   all  cleared  ready toi
build.   Price for immediate
sale is $160.   Terms can be j
arranged.
AT
Officers of Intermediate La-
|| crosse Association Eleoted
���Success of Sport Assured
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
W. J. KERR
276-278 Columbia Street,
'
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 170. P. O. Box 377-j
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractor.      .    ;
New Westminster branch P. 0.      i
Box 545.
*%*��*��**m*m*****��******* *��m**�����*��*�����*��****m*m.***��m*m m *m m *��***,
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanf s Cure,
Egg Food,/ ,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
 . 'tity ���
j The annual meeting of the later
��� mediate Lacrosse association was held
.last evening and in addition to the
j election of officers for tho year, a
! schedule of games was drawn up. The
I meeting was enthusiastic and augurs!
! well for the sport this season, inree
j teams will be in the field, Hie Regina.,
the VV'csi Enders nnd the Sappertons, I
1
| (he latter having decided to enter the
city   league   this year.     The   off ;cers |
elected for   the   year    were:    J.    R.i
Payne,     honorary     president;      Pat
Feeney,  president;  Nels Nelson, first
vice-president;    C. D. Peele,    second J
I vice-president; J. I. Keary, secretary-
! treasurer; G. Ronnie, Rcrt Henry, Bert
BURNABY
I
/
We have 60 acres in a splendid location, j^et^e^n Van-
couverjand Westminster tram line and the' New
Westminster-Ebiirne line.
Price |ii
$ 1 5 O Per Acre
One-third cash,  balance 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Nothing in this vicinity selling at less than $200 per acre.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Galbralth, C.. Cameron (Sapperton., 0.
i Manneiing and A. Smith, executive. C.
I D. l'eele and Bert Galbraiili were
elected as delegates to the ii. C. Intermediate association annual meeting:
Tne following were named as referees:
| I. Feeney, C. Galbralth, C. D. Peele.
H. P.  Latham, G. Ronnie and A. W.
tS-i
Gray.
I-   The following schedule  was  drawn
up:
-May 7���Reglnas vs. West End.
.Maj  21���West End vs. Sapperton.
.lime  I���Reglnas vs. Sapperton.
.Tune 11���Regina..  vs. West  End.   '
June 2."i���West End vs. Sapperton.
July !i���Reglnas vs. Sapperton.
July '2'.',���Reglnas  vs.  West End.
August G���Wesi End vs. Sapperton.
August 2(1���Reglnas vs. Sapperton.
WW^WiV-W*'
This is the time to
buy a
LAWN
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL BEARING
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westmin-
cter,   B   C.
Cricket Clui. Seeks Privileges.
A delegation from the Westminster
Cricket Club wil] probably interview
the pity council at Its nexl regular
meeting, arid ask that the club be
given permission to fence off a portion
of .Moody Square for (he summer. If
tlie necessary permission is grained
iho club proposes to Io.oi off ground
to some extent and construe! a board
pitch, on which to stretch the mat,
Practice In the past has been much
Interfi red with by pi rsons wandering
o\er the field.
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EASTER CARDS I
��� .
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for the Old Country should be
mailed soon.   WE HAVE THEM.
m
Lakeview Gardens;
BURNABY   LAKE !
$150    Per   Acre     One-quarter cash, balance
spread over 3 years of easy payments.
Also,   Other   Pretty  EASTER  Novelties   gj   Jf. J . liA_.RT   (&    CO.
LIMITED
11   J.J. MACKAY   fe?   CO.   j3 |New  Wettmiiwler,    Vancouver   and    Chilliwack,   B. C
I BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
lhe LONG DISTANCE
SEE Our Crockery Counter!        TELEPHONE Puts
POR   BARGAINS
Cake, and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
Any article in window for 50c
iMSIEE i
HAMS at
18c. per ,b-
THE
Centra! Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370. |
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors
Massage
facial, sculp, or body treatments given i
In your own home. Also manicuring !
E^or engagement ring nn A H39.
S>g)^->._
Leave  your  orders   early  if you wish your hat for Eaat
always hard to fill orders when left until the last ri iv    \.
"   Mafy dainty
creations "nave been mad��_ ready for the Easter rush    \\��� ���,
->K�� ideas have
pulatlag
been gathered together from various  sources.    Skilful
Into the m?west shapes of lhe most pleasing trimming
. b mug. ,'im materials
all combined make our hats the kind you want.
The Hats for the
Boys and Girls
Are Here in
Endless Variety
Man of War Sailors, each   50c to $200
Galateaa in plain or mixed straws, each   25c to $175
Girls' Leghorn Chipped and Lace Straw Hats al exceedingly low
prices, easy to trim  and  shape  into  styles  suitable  foi of   an
s'Z.'S.
Latest American .Merry Widow Sailors;  a   new     ', rrom
across the line just to hand.
An Easter Offering in Dainty
Wash Collars
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
'.?.._-
Electric Railway Service
!
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from f>:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city liinlte over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a, m.
Sunday bervice   Bairnourly between 8.30 a.m. and ll p.m.
;: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd;;
Ten dozen Ladies' Embroider ed Linen, or Muslin and Laci ffM.
Collars, representing 50 or more jopular styles in lines which are
broken.   Regular values are 35c to 75c.
All one price this week
Each 25c
W.S.CoDisterXCo
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
******+*+++****
���EASTER   GIFTS-.
���        We find thnt the practice of presenting a small gift to Mend* '
becoming more popular each year; as a consequence we are -s<>
more goods for this purpoBe.     We have now in slock A nlre line ��
articles which make appro prlate gifta. ^
Gold and Gold Plated Necklets, each *1-25 *�� '"'
Gold and Gold Platad Bracelets, each  *200 t0 *"'
Gold and Gold Plated Watch Chains, each *z-b0 ,0 *
Also many other articles which we wlll be pleased lo shew J'��u'
! W. C. CHAMBERLIN -^-"^
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COAL! COAU
New Wellington
_ COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box 34S
'Phone
106.
Is Money-Don't Travel, J'-!.tTt!k OFHCE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ��� ��� B^Xm

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