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 kite. 2>n_es & Co.
n=E INSURANCE
'.-MINSTER, B.C
���
AFR��ryteflwics&Ca
^J^^l^kst        r%��*�� &
NET,"  WESmnxSTEK,  B.  C.   1TKS13AN- .vs.-   UnOLt   liWft.
T_SN  CENTS PBH WSBR
I m FREELY
jNMASLELS CAPITAL
.   ��ked Work
*-_h5_�� WE NUMBERING TANGLE
.   .    .
I    hilji��   .a    .    .    .
j'ore an
TO BE MADE EVEN WORSE
AIMED PIOPBSITIO. IS    BASEBALL ftVLR IS
TO KbltlVt F..0I1.SA1HI..
need In
> - . ass   . .-. w ..>.
Beciv-    Precipitates ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
RiotOUS State.    :es:: - .    -���     City Electrician Proposes Scheme of House Identified
*'��� '��� ���'���'���'���' '������'������? n managing
ecto- of ih, ...     Lhal tenders
.    .;v is   in   a       ��� - id ag   .-.   th<
lhe   !;ne from ������ end of the Fraser river
ion
.men. over
That Will Further Aggravate Hopeless Mix-up
Council Falls with His Ideal. Aid. Johnston Dissenting- New Pole*.
I -
- ���������  I ��� m - .-
bridge to Clovei ;,;.. wou]d be called!
... brought about >fcr about the m     |     f ���ext weefc and 	
testa of ihe Re-   thai active   work   would   fi  '   ..    tta
t it was being de-   -Warding ��� .:..    \.    an- '' :-:   eonndl  sat  yester>
Us    Oreat  cntwda     ":;"   - ������' " the lint BOnM   ,wo bows in
I  ..ere massed " elWt*a this citv and Clcrerdale   -in! "��uncl1   ��~d committee
dque    church,
i .... i  centres
_
Cavalry
from    their
.   :   be m-ltll. .���
.   hey were met
. -    The   soldiers
finally   opening
intense disord .
. says ti.- .: >   ts
I  witl*    blood.    No
of thf numbi v   of
-    .    ',. ��� .,i is
on   ������.-���  s ..!..,
baying    een most i
able.
..   .
...
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   was
-..., ... ers   al   .iii>
hi ...-.I :.. -..    ap-
'���' ��� in .   ��� ��� tn! ���
r Ki i ...  ac-
ol In ..   lai Be
Pv.i--.   how, , .    .   . .....,'.   h\
IN MONSTER PARADE        '   l  '" ��� ���-'���'"
 *_                                  couni             ng, the removal of all
. .^^m^*^^*^mm^m^Km
-  a i
STRIKERS  CF ROME
or tifty .     '" imbis -     ��� ���  w tth the
:.     ... ' :i' ��� DOl-.S    tO
Ita wa, !  br
i ughl ires of tbe (a n --
to thi       ...... raves
��� the im n   .i.e.; In tin l< ' ng of last
ted   to   be tele-
lie..
authority trom gov-   Thursday.    The. progress of the men
atsourai- no unofficial or prods   was witnessed bj tin isa ids 'a
ii om balconies, w In I it, -    an I
nlong the line of mar. a
Upon arrlv.-ng al the ci metery
wreaths were deposited on the graves
.1 tin- victims,   Fiery   gpeecheg were
. - red in the CestXt I. ry. but th, re
was n > outbreak or disorder of any
hind. The authorities had taken pre-
i autions tn have trooj | resent in
large numl i rs,
li -I i.   sfcr el   affray
offices    of    the
'    ',     Fran,nis'*,     ill''
:     the     Nitionali.-ts
rhe crowd finally fled
mr li   '   ���   homes, the cavalry
groups    through    the
j, and dispersing tiiem  ns they
it to rvfi mi at the street corners.
�� coun; i.   of ballots of yester-
ineeds  slowly.   Some
��� Ing  held ii|)   by  order
nt    The ballot how��
Banquet on  Friday.
Several months ago at a trap sMbot,
the members of tne Westminster
dig guarded by the police, back- Rifle club defeated a team composed
ir a largi force of troops. Tims i r members of the Gun club. The win-
not '������ single Republic candidate i ��� rs will be banquetted on Friday
been declared elected, -although I Evening by the Ins. rs al the Russell
Well in 107 districts are under-' hotel, when a large attendance of rifle i i iwer to
[tobe complete. ! r.iul gun   shots   Is anticipated,   -U ��! proved,
.cmnilttee meeting held yeaterday af-      Another number Is to tt- added to
Bl, April 6.���The gravity of the j t^rnoon. which was .attended by J. H.j the  many   already    confronting    the
|1 at Lisbon last night is not yet! Vidal, chair;   C. G. Major. Dr- Hack-
ain this city. In accordance with' ���".- aud George Cunningham, the menu
.. wire. Tbe suggestion
��� - ma li   - uni   I me   ago    thai  th<
���   a . | la<. i on  i stn et
��� ! Cai nan on and the .   mmit-
;��� o endeavon I to -naive arrangements
��� in   use  i :'  the   ; ol - > n   Proal
��� i  owned  b)  the C   P   it     That
company object! I, on tho grouno that
'ie   citj   has been  using their poles
foi   a   King    lime.    Last     night     Aid.
Graj  submitted to the council a plan
ilQWing  a   sixty   fool   pole  with  four-
i  cross  Vir..  the Bve  upper bars
i   for tin' use of the C. P. K.. tho
i exi four for the lt. C E. Ft, the next
lhre��   for the city electric lighi  and
the lower two for telephone    cables.
The three latter named corporations
have agreed to pay one third each of
the cost of the erection of a l no of
these poles on Front Btreet, replacing
ihi  present C. P. K. poles, the cost to
���  rh being about |125.   The necessary
; i'ies are already on order  The chair-
nan of the light committer was given
let, and  the  plan  was ap-
���i a ���'. -.  : Ism        UU.   sad   - ������
.... ...   .......... ..:. .. -  :
i' ., .. entu
v. . ... ..... Bl      ��i ~_
I    ,..  . ... ��� .   ���-.     \     .Vv.. .,
.   ., in cak.   _   . ol   .:.
���....          ���      ��1   '.V.i'
i, .;-.. h��    rat:     .��� ;..   .:.i   .   < >-
���',:*���      ...,:. handii i te co	
��� they ca	
. i ��� ��� .   ass�� i    U��
, t ,;.-.        ,   lisiarraiig.
\    ������  ; ���-.  report!   -
s,i i bese papers ���
Irom  the  hie and    r�� laca tin n
the sa .    oi ill i    y were I
er'gi:;..   c .'. r on  thla a. i aslon
\ 11 il on w .��� ������. i i from i ��
ii a n  ;       nts of Poui teenth
asking    ... th* streel be placed in ro
I air. ;   ntlng out  thai  the streel  is
well >.;.i(.i  and  would  probably   be
more se when the Vancouver carltm '
u- .'iia:'.. i .; to pass that way.    Referred
to the Board of Works {.n- reporl
The   forpedo PrelghUng    and   rug
Co.  Ltd., wrote asking  tor a lease ofl
the south-east corner ol the market
1 iiildln.:. ill the roar of the new ere.mi '���
try department    The oorapan] offers1
|1G a month rental, and t.iio.ieitev
blates thai the space is ia> be used foi
the storage of steamboat appliances
:'-.ul shipping supplies tO their camps
Referred   to   the   market   com_n_tte.
fi r Reports.
Oi   behalf   Of   the   B,   C    Hardware;
.\ssn. l. ii. Lush j  wrote requesting
ilie use of the Hoard of Trade room
mr Thursday  alteinoon,  Api.l  '.��. lie
iiuest granted,
\Vtai. Pope,   asking permission to
���. s    ��� .'..      ���,-....
, : ,     ...    . , .   .
.1-ni.v.. ,-. ,.-   <s . . ���
���   ..' w&irt :- 1. _ ,-od i.
     ,v,, ;;,.-.     ,.l   on
.."���>'���. :���...:   :-     OttSK    ta
-   > - 11. .    .y.'iii :?  |  .
.....      .   i .      . , ������
      -        settled aft,
\ srd:        .   .    .....      . .      e   .   . . - .
���i.i     n...  ������     eadj :- ���   ���
..        . ������ ., -.  .-
'^Nl. IN OR
lmo.r...iv.....o ixw^.nMo Om*
sis. af Poui Vc;..:^    i->"<'
Annual _i|^ili^ Priday,
lL*ME.   S1.EN   SHOOTING
FROM   IS   OLD  CR.l I R
\     ' ������    \\;:\ %    Mount   Lugttw . i
:.---- .   < \. . ,     > .-..-ano   on   M
island,   near    tllirtinna.   In
I 0W��    i --K -,nlo!. is now   -r, eni,'- -
..��� tho ,������';���. . .���; ite iteam
er Dora     riioy st:,;,- thai  when tbe
���'���-��� 1   ���    IMe     In   .WW    th��      wesiw \:.t
-i.mes could be soci-, shooOng op from
lhe   peak    although     tao   vessel   wa-
mlle�� from the mountain, There
een no erupUoe of nus voleanu
fir main  yt.a��.
s      .              . . .-���.<.:���  __#_  ..-,,-io..M.-e-.,  .   I
.. ...;��� ������.     M.   'ir,'"'    '��� ��� -��_*��
:������������. ll     ���  ���        V.i.--lT,1a>.t����V����
... ,-.,.e-   ;';. ���     ��� ���;     s   tAVge  __*��_-%(   il
.   e -.,.1.,, v ���;-.   .. tb�� Ts-' ' -  .-"....w
'.<-.nt si,-.. .   evewfta &l ite >��� >=��� <�������
i. ;r ��MM       ���    ���   .esiv, v ...  ��� ���   ������ - - ������ ��������..
.- ..    ,:.,-,,.-.        [te    n.ci,,:.r-:'-    . .    thp
.   iinn MSMS t I    ������  M '  ���-���-.  !-���> . v.-.. *��U
,   ... .-,.: ���.���  ant
,-,.   . , -.;���... w.cn    in *.'.:���. -   t\r
-.    . .-    |   ...���.-    -.r',,it��enlaii..-   -���   gt*
. .mis     fvoiv,     Sappe.ior,    >.      ..--.-vn
,v   and \\ est nvv. ������.-.  .    -   ���   .��� tvr.-
'.   ..,,-    ���;,\c,;;X;YMc, )<-'���:.���������
('.,'���.�� sa.onE, the*_ tenr t, u_w  a
��� >,-d   nine   -ill   Vr   ?.r\c;U-,\.   to     **>
���.��-,, ag (be Bw-~n�� Beatew,��-�� -
...  :i;��.,>ii iluase av..-  -.!���,.-
.-   ���   . .      -.   due   (o   \<\},(t   -,-l,.,o   rtue
.'���,���   ������,-..-.or,   al    M.v'.ii    '..|;nn>
tte .ntual meeting of (ho ;��� .-.�����.">  ||
lb >< ill ' .   V,,-),, Vii.Ux  inrn:ii��  ,r. U.k
���: A      Oi   trade  nvwi,  when  oitliw
e  \eav  Wlll  bo el.-etM)       \   i-.vSv-
.'���-,���.-,,-.'   of   )<la\ev--.   btt-h     i.-ir.ut*
.....i   -.lii-iino.lialr--.. .-ii well   .-; f-.i-.-.  Bl
',-;; dr ������-,���������  i-. ivuupstrd by lne ow
n ranger when hunting a house, a flx-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ rare to lie affixed to tte houses cor-. 'tiy ahuildlng material on Front street
|tlm. practice the censorship of' was selected and a toast list, drawn] responding with the folio number on I Opposite the premises lately occupied
Wc.e8was inaugurated ns soon as l'P�� Tickets will be placed on sale at j the books of thvi city collector to en- bj VV, K. Fales. Granted under the
jhihed occurred, it is evident, the price of J1...0 per, the followingI able him to locate the persons who usual conditions,
m, that tin Republicans began! being provided with oompUmentary owe money to the city and easily And Bmlth and Buckland asking pormls
tomonstratlons because of the: -'isteboards: Messrs. Turnbull, Sloan, their account in his books. This ae�� ��'on to lay building nVaterial on Co
Ma used to suppress ,thmr votes, Bodley, Lusby, Tom Cnnnlngham, I ion was taken on the recomman Atlon {';in.bia street iu Kiont or John A
-oops wn, furced to fire on the Abbott und Oorbett, niembers of the, nl Aid. Gray, chairman of the light i-'es store. Permission granted under
���.but there Is no indication here   w'-ning team, Tim Mahoney. the. offi-j committee, on suggvstion of P. How- uaual conditions.
ors of A and I! companies Sixth ivgl-| ;,,,., (.j,v  electrician.    Mr.  Howler sub-!      ti.  Swain,  asking   iiilssiini  lo  lav
1'ittld ng on Ninth street betwoon Fifth
w numbci
Irnloii
d persons  killed
or
I' ent
' i thi
PSHAVE  TROUBLE
IN   SUBDUING   KOREA
D  C. o. H.. and ri'presentatlvpsj raRted a sample number.    Aid  John-
press.        ^^| ! .ion tool, strong exception to the ree-
< mhieiidation, staling thnt  the nuiu-
i
I in
May Queen Nominees,
ciiiinnitii e   iii   i barge
��*ro,Api   .     \dvi.vs from leoul
(ll��' Insurgi nis are showing    in-
H ��ctivli    in the neighborhood
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lhe
ircmlnatlons for May Queen, after in-
i"r.i�� >v ng  ihe  pari nts ol  lira    girls
M no   I eiiU',1   lhe   Iiil lie: I   Voles,   Ves-
IWiul, sen-er..] minor fights Staving isf-dy announced thai i'i- loaders
llrr��l Lui v.i iy    Daisy    Dawe.    Kuby    l-'lelcher,
Wry Councillor Yuri haa demanded l-tthleeh Jones, Irene Mead, Beryl
(���"Pprei ,��� tlie insurgents by s"|Ml1 :11111 Dorothy Vidal. Thi'se
*"troo     n   i id of by .lapani'se    ninn    will be voted on this week by
t"""1' Soup in. requested him to: ���"# -;-ills ol 'DB various city schools
"n '''���- 'i i.hi i. The insiirgenla v>i'h whom lie the final selection-
'lutied a viojpni circular demand- s""" "' ""' names thai would liave
M"M"ii :<"i of Japanese from' ','''" among the Brsl have bivnsw.th-
w territory, i drawn on account of objection by the
parents.
and WKih avenue. Permission granted
under 'die usual conditions,
lary of the Asuule K\elu
boring was erratic tuKiush al present       The seci
without further confusion, advocating   s   league, oiiuulriui'    whetbor    the
that the present house numbers be die- ^-ster lupplled to ths Japanese r#Bl
f.-irded and that new nunibor-, system ! dent in the so.vrnl mill boardlhg
atlcally arranged, simuiii be snbstl-; bouses In tnis city la supplied al
luted, When ihv niot.on was put, I manufacturer.-.' rulen, dial |k, wliothor
only one nay was recorded, Aid..mini- I, is recorded on the mill meters or
stop, hut the major.ty of the aider whether there are separate meters
men forbore to vote al all on i'ie sub
'ect.
The Indignation Of Aid, Jardine wis
. roused when, mi a recommendation
by Aid. Garret! that an extra man be
employed to assist the park ranger,
be learnt that u man had been working I'm   several  weeks,  whom  Horn- of
; ml charges lor those boarding and
iiMi-ian houses, Referred to the water
committee for report.    _ctlng Mayor
Skill's stated thai, be wiih preparing B
iwporl ot the whole waterworks iltua*
t on lor the council
ai Monk, iiHkiug permission to place
a gasoline tank of about  300 gallon.
Cancelling  Town   Lots.
An Interesting cate le before tbe
count; court chambers in which M m
r.ovii. represented bj *!. F, Martin,
���\ eks to have cancelled 8 plan of lot*
in Tori Mood) These are now piae
; eall\ (arm laud, hut wore purveyed
when the (mure held fovth rOgy pioh-
|eets for the biwii as tho toiniliui:- of
iiu> t\ p it   Judge iiow.-iv gave dime
tions  Ioi   i,u   ��� en Inn of uotleOH Oil  III!'
��� ther p.n ties in,viod.
Enperimrnt With Mistletoe
Victoria, April ii. To Biiitfl B-.g-ltt'
io!> upon tin' irees of luvtoon Hill
I uk u a project which wilNie under,
taken by i��. i> imirUiuI. uupei-tnii'ii-
ib'nt of boulevards, who has bad gg
loileiiee   III   lhe  old   country   III   slli'h
work,    Thomas Wallfw rgofntly  re
eiUved Some mi'iIm from Clir old OOUtt'
try und turned llieiu OVgt lo th\> pftl'ltg
board,
A  lOOlSllSt'g Boai*.
X.iiiahuo.   \pi 11 il     A  man luleui It)
l\    the   cll\    pollCO   vesli-rdav   IiiuihIimI
lliui he had traveliod from vVoil Vii
KiiiU on a Boclallsl tioltet, thai   he
rmi not worked for years, nnd did not
Intend to, as the world _w.ed hlm u
living.
INSANE.   MAN   MAKES
RUN  OF  MILE   L'NCl.AO
l'i,   en.    .,>;.!  I,      l.mal  \\ ,  Tvo'l...
a -,, ���  :. iu ol ii.auit!> Fall", jOlng pin-
I*, ni,   i,. ,n,   .pmig from hi* bed ub
(l.o m ddle Ol (be lilntit.leaped Hiio,i~l>
a glas ��� win,lew, and ran two DlllOU Ig
,., ib,, v\,',,,i, before he oould be t*M
captured      Pucker wan attired -Bit
In B nltbl '-hilt When found UN
body was QOVOKd xvltli liloihi fn��o
j!,"5p!n>,i QUt  by lb<> window  &hw. hiv<
be mil guttering terribly from e*pn
lure,   He win be bobi to Btellacoo-ti
TORONTO TO BANQUET
PRESIDENT OF THE C. P *
Tin onto,    April    ��    The    TtofQBtO
board ol trad* iu��o decided to lenta
i   liaii,|iiet   to    Hit-   ThomAI   li'lUMgtl
t,e,..,\   president of the f. P  u. m
Ibn   ooi'iislou   of   llli>   o|ia'illlia   Of   ite
new gJiorl route to the wool vi�� Mm\
I my      I'hi, event  will take  plniu- 09
.li iu>  IS,
OIL KINIi ANNOUNCES lllli
MONEY OIFT TO QJIKKS
"8 ,t,,Vl1  Flty,  one   time   torpedo
n"* belns fitted tors fast pleas-
J"** ^   Ml.  |.'���(,or,    will    be]
w"'"lf'-"i.,.|,. ways on Lulu Island
*"i''w -in i       ,
h      ""'   '  brought to Schnnke's
7*h��n   for .!���. luHtallntlon of
JJJ"D' i ollne engines   ag-
"<   e'ahl    horse   power,   and
'  "- 'lu,,    ,t.rQW,    Th(l    Royn,
ttlt"     nr |Pll,,,l and painted,
Nl.
II',
-,,. .,
lr''1 lhal Rho will be tho
r class  on    the
Of   br
Holiday For King's Printer.
Victoria, April ... -In virtue partly
,1 llfly yours of nervlte. Richard Wol-
ii nden. I. 8. O. V. 1)., "Printer to thc
King's nioHt Rxoellenl Majesty,'' has
I een granted by Ihe governnivnt, six
months leavi�� of absence, which, for
Iho moat part will lie spent In Fng-
lund.
Mr.  Wolfenden win, however, nol
tuko   his   holiday   until    towards   th"
llrst  of May.
"This h My 60th Birthday"
Tho in,
'I.mu
Archbishop of Canterbury
Reverend Randall Thomas Davidson. Archbishop of Can-
'" Iii.!,,!''' |,,lra-te0f All Kngland, wns horn  April 7, ISIS, the SOP
';' Harrow
y	
"'lK"ii. of iCdinhunh.   lie received his early education
""' '"ter attended Ti ally college, Oxford.    Il<�� started on
icMm���  ,     lral career as ourdte of Dartford. in Kent, and In i*77
nnip ''bnplaln
In
iri
Mi,
and prl irate secretory to Archbishop tall of Canter-
In  1878.      From  iss. to  1884 be
s,r      "     daughter he married
wm ag
Dan ,,- ,
Q
''i.i K   .
""" Vi,.,
��� i-ecretary to the luie Archbishop Benson, ami dur*
1 same period he rrns honorary chaplain to this Qneen.
N:,l he was Dean of Windsor nnd domestic chapla n W
During the ne^:t twelvo years he Served successively
1 ' "('*t"r am] Mish' u of Wlnilior. In Hit" Dr Davidson,
",:|i''"'ativi'iy yoiii.fi man. wju given rbe hlg.ii ' honor
'l,i.,ln
'h.i,. , " ^rch'.lgbbprle cf Canterbtiif and t'.i.-> Prlmai
AI
: "Hittoii- j\Wr w to (wo oor"tii ii: $�� fl^wwww o* s ***������
tun  aldi-iinen   Seemed   to   know  any-   capacity   under   the   westerly linlf of
thing About. Aid. Jardine declared '-'* wharf, hh hs was contemplating
that "Ihttre was too much of this go-   having a gasoline repair shop plnoed
ing on,"   aud moved that rue pork i'" ""' wharf,   Referred to thi tin-
laugvi- be Instructed to do the work.' frtnimlttee lo report.
ihis motion carried, 'be Ore departhienl   pepOrted   on
Aid. Fader, chairman of lhe health! """' ('a"H during Hie pasl inonth. one
committee, read n letter from Plumb- "' these being a false alarm. Filed
Ing Inspector J. Mahoney, culling at- j  "r rettrtnot.
lerrtlOn to the unsanitary condition of Postynoeter QdOrge Kennedy wrote
I he Japanese houses in tl��> lower^inrt ,l"'1' "K 'he result or coinmunlcnlloim
Of Ihe city. There was no means of between die hoard of trade, lhe posl
disposing of Ihe sewage and t'he only ' fflr'' 'ntptOtor and himself, eiilmln-
v.ay to make them  sanitary that  In-    'Ing In a visit by the Insperlor to tli-
could so* would i.e to make the res;- ]'i,y, uegotatlons for the Immediate In
dents   put   In  septic  Links.      Acting    '""""on of nn up-'lo dale |eit��>r col
Mayor Shiles explained flint the city   lo-foi system  thiouitlioii f   the    idly
engineer, A  J. Hill, .bod found last: '!lv' wap-dd an ndvnnoed atago and
���tar thai there was not sufficient fall     """' "'ty or moio bOxei would snii
tor a lower in this part, of tin- city , I emenl the presenl eight   lie doilred
Aid. (larrett mentioned ��� that Ihe In I "mission to place lhe boxufon the
dltStr.'ei In fnat |iart of the city w.re '''V electric light pn|.,n. llnfeiTed lo
In   the  same case.    The  nialter  was   '.he Hg'dt committee with power to got,
���Cussed at  some length and lefl  In   ' aler�� "l'' OOmmlttllg AMI ""d decided
the hands of the chairman    of    the   ' ' Brant the requesl.
iialth   committer! to  Investigate and      Consulting I'.iiglni-er J. Francis  Le
i  port; '""'���"�� wrote from Fhsi-dnti, QhtO, for-
in compliance with .1 request of the "rdlng hi. offiolnl i-eptn-t on the city
H'estlngbOBSe company, tbe council -"'?''Works. tht delalls of which have
agreed to keep ft supply of repair |al' bflCT> published before, from the
1 nts for the new Nevrst arcs which "*rb��l report of the engineer. He
1, being placed In many of the bn��I-| ''a1** 'hat tlte present tesertoir s^e
i!.h places of^the erty, for the con- ������ h��rAcl for the purpose. He convenience of citisens. There are two! rh",*�� ��v paying a tribute to the work
ii: those lights In th-- council chamber. 1 f-f S��Pfrl��ftonler.t    _}to"t.    F l?d    for
The- 3!*tb str.et .ewer by-l.nw was   'C-rrenrc.
New vorii, V|,ni (I,   John l>. Koolit)
Feller onnounces a 15,000,000 gill \a
the inioii of Bible Clanoi   The Bril
1 iiiioiinci'iiMnl   of I'm'   Union  of  llllde
(!Iiihh~h wnii made at the Fifth avenue
llnptlHt  church on  March   II,, when a
plan was outlined by George h. Tuivi,
hi which 11 wa* planned to invite nil
1 In, clUggg, IO Hint  thry OOUld  work
logethey for the enodoragemeni ol
'iibb- Miiiiiy among young men, The
diurohns named in the slllnnoi ire the
Fifth avenue Mnptlsl cliuieh, lhi< llrlck
Presbyterian ohurch, tue iiromiwHy
Tabernacle and (hs Calvary Young
Men's nniie meeting.
The Filth atenus Bible oiati is
iiiimv,j an the oldest Institution of lis
kind, and II. Is expected Rev. Dr F.
Al(��i| will be n need an lb- head Of
'.he comblnatlofi, While  lohti D, Roche
feller, lr��� is reported 10 begone of the
- blef directors. ���
Wage Reduction In New Eogloml
Boston,  Mum,   \mll 0     A wat�� n>
iliiillon  ol   IU pvi   I'i'iil   weni   into ��:
[i ,i  ilit : iiioi ning In pun lieiili.,   nil <>t
in,. ,,,ii,in ii,in. iii Hi,. New i.n land
I'M   imi,    Lowell,   NeW    lledl'mil     Fttl
HlVBI'i   Miilielicdiu. nnd  liu,  Itb.id,   [g
land ni'ii wwns are the pladei i h ��� Hj
i ii-, iot I d      \ppnniliiialelly 10,000 oiM',
nib vu    ue   nfTe,le,|   In   lllmd"     laluiel
lllllllK.
Thi' iiiIHm dlelded upon ihg iwtnoi
��� ion only after they ad tried hii oUhh
plans lor lutli'iltig tin- geiiMial intuit
(Ions In Iho 11 inli'. Niiili im em I a HI lull,i' out pui, eti' WI* n I Ihe dm nt Ion ut
Hi, otll Is lo he Is. of course. PttfCtf
inoliloiniilleal, an no Ohg ****% **��
Whefl lhe lonilltlotis wlll liuprtive ����f
tbluilly in llistlfy llw> nt��eret<��tl! IM
ISStOrfhg the wiigen lo Dm obi flgut��
ai prteani Lheri in no donind fo* tfet
I induct of Ibn inllln and coiKlniim*
tlive nti'inllly gtowii wornp utilll tin1
pflOil that were quod-il try, rtii)rer��i
wen down lo lhe OOgtOf niHiiufwf nrn
���urn Will Net Compels.
t'algiiry, April fl AD Miirn *il��p ��S
(dddd not lo iiuii|M'te In the Hoinoi.,
MiiinDioti race. Me In irnlning *******
tltt tbg tflyitipln ��r',��iln. Iti wlilth be i��
,i, OOfltpefg Ifl 'iulEary, VgflOOttlflf ****'
Winnipeg, iiiui wiii have ia Doe. Mm
tht other
C. P. R. Announces Its
Policy of Retrenchment
Montreal, April 6.���It is stated Dint
the executive of the Canadian Pacific
r.dlway has decldv 1  upon  an exten
sive pollo^i
out the ent!
the form iofj
chnnlca! slafl
strenchtpent throtigli-
Ifrstem.   This will tiilto
reduction of ibe me-
whrre    possible, and
Dm enD'fig  of witn**) of  f.iMtiy  -khj
The retrenchment Is wild fo be nw-
(.tnnmry owing f<i lee* of work et <��*���-
fsretit shops, tbe eompsny having ��*%���
t'Hoti to spend Mtdtttle ns iweelMe
en edditieme (o rdMag ttoeh, only
ft.relng out this Sm^lgi secH
rolxmh nissiUBsr.
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YOUR OWN  FACE.
Wotil.l  Von Recoarril-e It If Von S��i����
It   <>!-.    A KOtliCVf I
"How curious it is." said the philos
opher, 'that ibe person f6r whom you ;
care most ea enrth, the one you see I
oftenesi and wh I receives your most ,
constant attention, is H_e one whose !
countenance Is least familiar lo you."    i
"Who is that?" asked tho visitor.       |
"Yourself," sold the philosopher.   "It I
Is n I'lV't thai if people could be dupll
cntetl and could meet themselves in the
gtreel very few would recognize them |
selves.     Wo  look   nt  ourselves   many j
times during the ;_:."> days of tbe year.
We say our eyes are blue or brown or
Whatever other color they may be, our
hair black, our chin peaked, our forehead high.   We know every lineament
of our face from constant study and
attention,   yet   when   we   turn   away
from the mirror we cannot conjure up
a picture of ourselves.
"We know Just how our friends and
���ven acquaintances look. In fancy we
ean see them sitting so or standing so.
and their varying expressions under
different circumstances are clear to us
even though we may not have seen
them for years, but wben It comes to
oureelves we cannot fill In even the
outlines of the picture. We may laugh,
we may cry. we may frown, but we do
not know how we look while we are
doing It. Photographs do not help us.
We have never seen ourselves In tlie
desb. Mirrors and pictures nre poor
aids when we sit dowu aud try to see
ourselves with the mind's eye.
"Thnt Is why people are so deeply
Interested in anybody who is said to
resemble them. Just any to a man,
1 know somebody who is the dead image of you,' and he will npver rest till
he sees that person. Then If the likeness is really true he will own that
up to that time be had had no conception of how ho really looked."
The visitor smiled wanly.
"I wish you wouldn't talk like that,"
she said, "lt makes me feel positively
��nca.uuy."--New York Press.
WHEN TOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
TBE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
7
PER
CENT.
PREFERRED^TOCK
OF THE
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOI_ES-VI_E AND RETAIL    DLhLERS 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
SPONTANEOUS REMARKS.
Cases   Where   Suspense   Has   Called
Forth Emphatic Requests.
Charley Stone was one of many
unfortunates who look one night
elands in the wild, wild west, with a
repertory of Shakespeare and other
grands of the classics. The first
violin in the orchestra played altogether on the E string until a well
armed cowboy arose and said:
"Pardner, I'm a graduate of Yale.
I've been in this part of the country for nigh on nine years. I love
music." Then, drawing his seven
shooter, he added, "Fiddle a little
on some other string or I'll make
you look like a coal sifter."
Intense excitement was caused in
De Give's Opera House in Atlanta
a number of years ago when Jefferson was playing Rip Van Winkle.
Every county in the state was represented in tho audience. Emotions
Mere deeply stirred and but ill suppressed \\*hen the profligate Rip wa3
���driven from home. A verv distin-
ginshed looking old gentleman arose
in (he center of the auditorium and
relieved the situation by crying in
a loud voice: "Don't go, Rip!' Don't
go!" Then the lachrymal dams
burst, and everybody wept. Of
course we all know that men are
hired at times to create these effects, but now and then such actions
are spontaneous.
In Bartley Campbell's day there
enme pretty near being a riot over
a lost baby in one of Harry Miner's
theaters. It was a stage baby���a bit
ot real property, however���and its
mother was almost crazed when
eome bandits kidnaped it. The Bowery audience were wrought up to
the highest pitch of melodramatic
interest. An attenuated westerner,
over six feet high, unable longer to
stand the strain, stood up and,
pointing to thc wings, yelled with
fearful emphasis: "Thar's the brat
pVBt in the corner! Give it back to
���'.!-' mother an' let the play go on or
I'll wreck ihe whole darn concern!"
���if. took several policemen and ushers to restore him to reason and
quiet the fury of the gallery gods.���
.. Bxch.
COAL! COAL!
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper_Co., Ltd
' ancoiiver
:-  Block*
''lv:   this
i     i ih_n
anc '
I rem
time
Owners of the Townsite of    PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,    25 miles from
HEAD  OFFICE,  313  CORDOVA  STREET, VANCOUVER,  B. c.
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of this co .,
of 100, at 11-00 per share, eauh 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 2Q shares of p,-,-i, ,
first issue was immediately taken  up  by  the   sale   aud   guarantee 1   option.
WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second Issue of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. at ?1.00 per Bharei
entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preference Stock.
The third and subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to b
to time by the Board of Directors.
WHEN COMPLETE, THIS MODERN   PLANT  WILL   HAVE A CAPACITY OF  180 TO
PAPER, AND 270 TONS OF ALL  GRADES  OF  WRAPPING  PAPEl  PER WEEK.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Company reserves tiio right to reject any or all subscription a, and further reserv
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the generil public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue of 100,000
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third Issue of Preference Stock.
ed after the second issue.
The Preferred Stock 13 entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent, coniniencln.   \ ,
but unlimited as to further dividends���i. e., after 7 per cent has been paid upon the Pi uu] p    '
'  Pay from
OF NEWS
_ht to
iK "' cribed you
No bonus stock a
07.
this  stock  sh
IU
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���
prol
preniuu.
-i. e., after
mon, both stocks thereafter participate equally.   There is no reason why
30 to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now rushing the- work at Port Mellon, 25 miles from Vancouver, on the flrsi
plant, which is to have a wee'tly capacity of SO.OOO lbs. of wrapping paper, and which -,
operation by July 1, 1908. .
Remember, there is no ground floor plan; no inflated values or huge promoters
prise.
Within one year the stock ot this corporation will be selling at a handsome
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
10 per cent, on application   15 per cent, on allotment;   balance in  eight  equal  calls -
each.
The public are cordially invited  to  visit our demonstrating plant,    313   Cordova   str
and witness the manufacture of wood  pulp  and  paper.
Open Saturday evening until 9 o'clock.
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER G.  FAULKNER, President British  Columbia  Trust Corporation.
this greu
0 :. ive ill
enter-
:' will ho
'��� day.
Vancouver
'Phone   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR SALE.....
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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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W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
.1. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & S.tuart, Ltd-,
Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
FREDK. APPLETOX, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co..
Victoria.
ALD. W, J. CAVANAGH, Member W. J. Cavanagh & Co.,
Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soe.
C. E., P. L. S., D. L. S��� Con.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
FRED SMITH, member Smith,
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, B. C.
Ha M. BURRITT, Western Manager Corticelli Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
J.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General Man . v ..t Lon.
don Paper M .. London,
England,
CAPTAIX H. \ LLON, J.P,
American Ll _gent, etc,
EUSTACE It. JENNS, Barr!,.
tor, etc., Vani on    r, B, C,
GEO. E. CATES Cates Shipbuilding Co., V incouver, lie.
OREELY KOLTS formerly General Man ie ' , *
Soda  Co.
Local Agents:  DOMINION TRUST CO. New Westminster
IVSM
C
lange,
t. 0. Doubtful Compliment.
A clergyman was about to leave
hi. church one evening when he en-
countered an old lady examining tin.
carving on the font.    Finding her j
desirous of seeing the beauties of j
the church, he volunteered to show |
her over, and the flustered old lady,
much gratified at this unexpected
olter of a personally conducted tour,
���h.yly accepted it.   By and by they
came to a handsome tablet on the
right of the pulpit.    "This," explained the good man, "is a memo-1
rial tablet erected to the memory of j
tho late vicar."
,   . 0       ..	
Absent Treatment.
I A man went into a drug store
and asked for something to cure a
headache. The druggist held a bottle of hartshorn to his nose, and
he was nearly overpowered by its
pungency. As soon as he recovered
he began to rail at the druggist.
"But did not it help your headache ?" asked thc apothecary.
.!" gasped the
.mum.  "* '       ' ,""
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Plain colors,
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"Help my headache!" gasped the
.-..jm. "I haven't any headache. Its
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Injr old paint, disinfecting links, closet*
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A can equal* 20 pounds Sal Soda.
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TORONTO.ONT.
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Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
���  Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on  sale    to all
European points.
���pedal   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates te Southern California
For fuM Information call on or write
.��ACiiEViLAN_,G- Gener��l Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
SaDDerton Home
Sherbrook street, looking on the park;
6 rooms; all modern conveniences; full
sized lot; street back and front.
PRICE,        -        -        $2100
1-3 cash, balance extending 2 years.        j|
P. PEEBLES &.
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone. 307 |l
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ADVERTISE IN THE NE$ U��SDAV'
APRIL
7.   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
SOCIETIES.
,    AMITYL0DGE,N0. 27.-,
��' Liar meetings of this lodge
hSt(5dfellew.' ha... Colum-
#   \t  every  M""*1*?  evening.
mi street, ew ,
Tie
Hi
,-fK>c>
��� w__Ff<AStR LODGE No. 3
J ��- U',,_. ihe first and third Tues
���>��fletlDgeach.month.       Visiting
���'.,ii. |\ invited to attend.
| brethren coru    ^   _.  ^ ^  0dd
| jft'Tock,' Clarkson street
RPUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
r a. ,. the Four:* Friday in the
Ih .t 8 o'clock.   In   the  fcrnall
l-^Od ... lock.
r0YAi   COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
regular meetings ol
held '-'" the Second
i each month
0. F.-Tbe
Im. Lodge ane
1   T r.nirtu Tuesdays o
1     n   in Lhe Oddfellows* Hall
\L  oRUtR   OF   EAGLES,
20   Meets every Tuesday
I Afrit?   iiO<    ~
evening d  "       ':1 ��� in ,he Es,R,eB'
Colll:i.   .     street.    A.   Clark,
H   Schofleld, Secretary.
Eternai
���ball,
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STR&eV. New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
R0YAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
IpcRANCE meel   every Wednesday
al
o'clock  p.
rn���  iu  Oddfellows'
il C   in_ ���       ' ��� !-
OK oCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
HON. LORD OF THE ISLES
ICAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Whird Ties-ay of every month m
feo.P. tell'   CnleI xv- Sutherland.!
IO. 0. F.���Royal City  Lodge.  No.  3
.jl,,:-  In  Oddfellows'  Hall,   Col-
lunula Street, ��� rery Friday evening;
. a,,- Visiting brethren will .
Remade welcome.   CH. Clow, N.G. j
ICE. Osborne, P. G.  recording sec-
.  OF COLUMBIA   LODGE    No. !
Jt15, SONS OF  ENGLAND,  B.  S.��� j
hed Ruse Degree meets Second and ,
���Fourth Wednesday of each month,
|li ft of P. Hall, r-"li.mb.a St., at i
|p.m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
[Wednesday   in   each month, same
and |
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.
Any good tailor can give you
a better suit for $40 than you
can get in Progress Brand
Clothing for $20.
But���
Compare the tailor's $20 suit with a
Progress Brand $20 Suit.
Then you'll see for yourself that Progress
Brand, at its price, is incomparably the
greatest value in Canada.
'The Burgomaster"
The Montreal Gazette of Tuesday,
! December LO, L907, has the [ollowjjig
lo say of "Thi   Burgomaster," which
appears here Thursday ulght:   Packed.
:,, capacity, and with standing room in
di iiiii.ul. Lhe academy of   imi lie   last
evening presented an aspect In keep-
li_g with the best traditions of former
Feasi us.     Established   popularity   in
'������hi,   \;  lt3    "The    lSiirgoinaster,"
��� 1 < ��� lor.'i . ,i|i-t -���':���.'. . ai once renew-
mm Braia
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��tiling
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
Th
IC
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TLMES A YEAH.
Put your money where it i.s accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     p. g. LYLE,   Mgr.
(THER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
���include the Union l_odge. No. 9, A.
IF.and A. M.; Kins Solomon Lodge,
lo, 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L���
|io, 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
perti n N i. 1683, I. O. F.; C. O. |
If, Court Westminster, No. MO; j
l_.it_tr.eol of Owfe, Nest No. 29; ;
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN  BOLE,  K. C,    BAR-
|    rister and Solicitor.    Chamb-,
Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce I
|Uii_g, New -Westminster, B. C.
|
SHEALLER,    HA1.RISTER,   SO-;
licitor, etc.,    42   Lome  Street,
lite Court House, New Westmin-
Phone 143.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
[HITESIDE & ED.MOND8, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Jfa.ia Btreet, New Westminster.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
|ARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE
Barrlstors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
P Westminster, Trapp Blk. co.-n<jr
���ictaon and Lome strets. Vancou-
I, rooms 21, 24, 443 Granville street
Jm Martin, K. c. .1. W. Weart, W
���McQuarrie, 11, a. Bourne. Mr.
P> Wil be In the Westminster
1 every Krlday afternoon.
JKOHuk k. MARTIN, Barrister *uo
Solicitor, (.ulchon block, Colum
��ud McKenzie streets. New West'
uter, fl. c.
Manurocturen and Deater* 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.
��� t*\*m**\$ �����������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
SEE Our Crockery Counter
FOR   BARGAINS
Cake,  and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
Any article in window for 50c
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
Gus Weinburg, the Burgomaster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 914,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, aud iu London, England
.New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of fl 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 BRANCH O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
9*******************9*****9********99*9999**********
Electric Railway Service
The Canadian Bank of Commerce L
lnterurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every naif-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:39.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for botb Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an- fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hair-nourly be
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd :
8 CRAY, UarrlHtpr, Solicitor
I Notary Public, i> 'iractlce since
at New vYestn_--o����'-  Br,,   ot
i removed to OrUs Block, darkle street, opposite   Court Mouse.
Box 169.  Telephone 64.
A Hansford.   Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
*r   Columbia    and     McKensle
���nlDBter, B. C.
'0>ie.O,,��F TRADE���New Westmin-
ward of Trade   meets In the
*"l Room, city Hall, as follows:
| ^V7 ���;'������>��� of each month.
...   UI>   meouijga on the second
\*L    v on the 8eco-,,
rubers n    '     "t,bnmry-     New
lelent,, '., :"'   .)r��I>os<Hl   and
81 ">y monthly or qnurterly
;- v l: White. 8pp..
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000!
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E. WALKER. President ALEX.  LAIRD, General  Manager, j
         ��
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of ��his bank.
8AVING8 BANK, DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and
added quarterly.   The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R, DAVIDSON. Manage*,
I
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.Fresh from the factory
At Ryall's Drug Store
W 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
PlRE ALARM BOXES,
j_*&-yium,
,:]!0>al City Mii,s.
M.f,l!���    "Ul und Eighth.
ia-st   ,,u":""'���""' ��������_'��*���
llJLMary,)  "ospi'al,
K^IPar.80^
I ,. "&PP8rton
l.ll'-,'nq   .
21- "      ��� '"   nn,I    Rixt),
^pj;;;;1 ;n'������'>.i...i second.
iU-V\h.r, ��r*"P ;"h|  p"urth.
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"^,,,   nv"'-- ..nn Tenth.
��.  ori'i:i.(, \j,, ,.
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TRY   THEM ..
8tti
�����n.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon foute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
Itagei at Carcross and White Horse,
Tiaintaining a through winter servi��
Pot  information apply W
j. H, ROGERS, Traffic Maniger,
VsncouTer. B. C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter  Holidays
Tickets will be sold for ONIO PARE
AND ONIO-THIRI) for the ROUND
TRIP, On Halt* Aprtl 16 to 80, In-
cluslvej good to return up to April
gilt,
ED. QOIH.KT,
Agent, New Westminster
or to B, J. COYLE,
Ahst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver
Children's Wear
Before beginning to malic tlie Misses* and Children's Dresses,
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We are sure you will bo convinced that It Is much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up,
We wlll |(e pleased to show you everything.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  - 275 Eolombia Street
ed its hold, and tlie strong adventures
o_ the merry old Dutchman were witnessed with us much laughter as ever.
Gus Weinburg is again in the role
of the Burgomaster, a host of merriment. In himself; and as "the summer
loy" Ruth White looks ns attractive as
oi yore i.i the garb or her opposite sex.
Then is abundance of cattily airs
v. hich were prolific of encores,    the
Marian Mack
word song of the Indian chief in act
��� no piovok'ing a storm of applause.
The chorus that greeted the burgomaster on awaking froni his sleep of
three hundred years added no
Utli, to the success of Hie entertainment, their dancing being good, their
costumes triumphs of taste and their
faces ln most cases bewitchingly fair.
Hsmsmads Starch.
One of the simplest forms of
starching in a case of sudden need
is the use of borax water. A -quarter of a tcaspoonful of bornx in half
s teucupful of cold water will give
��� dressing like new to ejibroidered
cuff9 and collars or even Those made
of linen. Dip the article you wish
to starch in the dissolved borax,
wring and roll in n dry cloth for ���
few moments, then iron.
Ts Clean Light Furs.
To clean white or light colored
furs sponge with a mixture of one*
part gasoline, one part alcohol and.
one  part  ammonia,  or  if a  dry
cleanser is preferred sift powdered*
fuller's earth into the fur and lee-e-
it covered for three- days before-
shaking and beating out the powder..
Work it well into the fur.   It will.
O
extract oil and cleanse generally.
Ths Mirror.
The looking gln_s may be polished with a soft cloth wet with a few
drops of aqua ammonia. It injures
a mirror to allow the sun to shine)
full on it. In some way the sun'e
rays affect the metallic coating of
the glnss, causing it to lose ite
brightness, and often cracking the
reflecting surface and always making it a poor reflector,
Maitrs d'HoUl Sauce.
Cream one-quarter cup of butter,
add one-half tcaspoonful of salt,. ���
pinch of pepper, one tablespoonfu}
ef chopped parsley and one table-
spoonful of lemon juice. Spread at
once on the hot meat or fish.
Cleaning Silver.
A little nmmo-iiu added to the
whiting and wuter with which you
I clean .your silver will improve its
I appearance wonderfully and quite
re;nive tjiut dull look.
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PAGE FOUR
T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
The Man
In a Stylish
Suit
is the man who fights t'he battle of life
to advantage.
Our present showing of spring and
summer woollens for men, contains
the world's best in materials and patterns.
Call and inspect the stock for. yourself.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C.
THE DAILY NEWS
"Published by the Dally News Pub-
iishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Frout
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
 ��� i
���. A. Paige Managing Director j
irajfflMljspo
TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1908.
THE   MAIN   HIGHWAY. j
j
Mr.    Ir ! ion    rarely   addresses    the
House, but when he does his speeches
aie  appropriate  to the occasion  and!
beai the imprint of careful study, and I
aie prepared with a regard to accuracy
i
and necessary detail which are char- j
a.-iteristic of his utterances.
Following a masterful speech on the |
F_i>dget debate in which in a few clear,
cut sentences 'ae disposed of the Fos-   mod
tUr fallacies with respect to the   importance of comparative figures as-to
\' hat was the relative rate of taxation
'.-'tween 18/8   and   1896,  he   followed
with a masterful speech on the "All
K��.d Route,", which he siated had   Its
-or'gin  In   tho    following    resolution
:.ssed at the last colonial conference
in London:
"That in the opinion of tliis confer-
vnct. the interests of the Empire demand that, insofar as practicable, the
d'fterent portions should be connected
:>.v the best possible means of mall
communication, travel and transportation, and that to this end it _s ad-
-...able that Great Britain should be
connected with Canada, and, through
Ouiada, with Australia, and New Zealand by the best service available
���.'thin reasonable cost.
"That, for the purpose of carrying
���tiie above project into effect such
financial support as may be necessary
ahc.ild be .contributed by Britain, Canada, Australia and New 7,ealand in
���-::n!_itable proportions."
All parties to the conference agreed
it- the resolution, which embodies the
unanimous  expression  of  opinion of
Great Britain, Canada, Australia    and
Mew Zealand.    Mr.  Sifton said    that
Biter    discussing    tho   project    with
prominent gentlemen in England unofficially, be was confident that when
Canada,  Australia  and   New  Zealand
--.r-proaciied Great Britain  with a de- '
finite proposition    they    would    meet \
vt 'th serious    sympathetic   conslder.a-i
t'on.
The All-Red route means a Bervice!
nerOBB  the  Atlantic equal   to  any   in:
existence and an average speed of . I
_.._ots���the   fastest,   possible,   service
across Canada.    Thence   from    Vancouver to the antipodes by vessels of:
9000 Inns with an average speed of is
.   l'j>nt.  across  the Pacific.
' 'lui ftfldjfrPSed service, would take
i.i.ii from 'London to Canada In less
IT..,, live days, from London to Van-
i >mvrr iu nine days, and from London to New Zealand In 2G days. New
/���'-���ilanil would gain by this project 131
iIh.vb 1n her mail service.
The following table of distances in '
'Lis connection Is Interesting:
J-lverpooI to Halifax, 2485 knots.
Liverpool to Quebec, south of Cape
Race,  2801  knots.
Liverpool to Quebec, via. Belle Isle,:
S688 knots. '
Liverpool to New York, by the
shortest actual route, 3026 knots.      '
"This works out ln this way: A 24-
I'.-iot boat from Liverpool to Halifax,
allowing four hours for loss of time,
would go ln four days, twelve hours-
Vtrova Liverpool to Quebec, via Belle
'.Hie, allowing six hours for delay,
Would go In four days and twenty
! hours. From Liverpool to Quebec, via
Cape Race, would go In five days and
rlx hours. Tlie Lusltanla, when ahe
���Vmt broke tho record, was five days,
eighteen hours and fourteen minutes.
.,'���" ha. 'lipi'jii dome off this sihco.
The time saved by the "All-Hcd
Statute" over .Mew York route would le
v. a  Hal fax, one whole day and    six
, hours;  via Cape Raee, twelve hours;
via Belle [sla, twenty-two hours.
As to the    possibility    of securing
��� I cats having the power of the "Lusi-
i t.inia," but smaller in size, Mr. Sifton
said he bad a definite offer   for   tho
const ruction of a vessel of 20,000 tons,
equipped   In  every    respect    as    the
'Lusltanla"  and "Mauretdnla,"    capable of making 24  knots in ordinary
weather, or in point of fact a 25-knot
beat.
Th Hydrograph, r Survey fog charts
demonstrate Una the tabulated result
r.!' comparison shows that the aver-
B.'jB fog on the Canadian route is t'iiree
and a half per cent., and the average
on the New York route is eight per
cent. The New York maximum fog on
tbe whole voyage is sixteen per cent.,
and the Canadian maximum only
] e'.even per cent. The prevailing idea
j that there is more fog on the Canadian
j route is quite erroneous. As to the
danger of the Canadian route statistics
show that from 1880 to 1907 only one
1 s.ssenger vessel, properly so-called,
had been lost owing to the dangers of
the route. Therefore it is quite obvious
tl at the. dangers of the Canadian route
have been grossly exaggerated.
It has been estimated that a 24-knot |
weekly service between Great Britain I
ar.d Canada and a fortnightly service
between Vancouver and Australia and
New Zealand would involve a subsidy
of ��1,000,000 per annum.   It has been
I suggested that the proportions of t'ra
J subsidies to be paid by the interested
j countries would be:
j     Australia,   ��75,000.
'.     New Zealand,   U 100.000.
Canada,   ��325,000.     ���
Great Britain, ��500,000.
Thus, the   throe colonies interested
would    contribute   one-half   between
them and Great Britain, the other half.
Mr. Sifton concluded by expressing
'he opinion  that Great  Britain,   Canada, Australia and New Zealand    had
arrived at  that  stage in their   commercial development when they were
entitled   to   have   the   best   service
era skill and  science could  supply.   At the present moment, with re-
p.ird to the great commercial bus.ness
dine between Great. Britain am]    the
/.ntipodes, Canada is on a side street
instead   of   the   main   thoroughfare.
Great social, political and commercial
advantages   would   accrue   io   Canada
'.   being on lhe main avenue of traffic.
The advantages  to    Le    gain >d    by
diverting the tourist traffic whii lt now
L-oes to the antipodes via the 'Ue ii
terranean is incalculable. fhv_ knowledge thus gained of Canada and her
lesources would far outweigh any immediate pecuniary advantages which
would accrue should large numbers of
monied men from Europe travel across
this continent.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
Hides  Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on  Delivery
���AT���
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
Westminster
Transfer Co
AR]
TUESDAV- APRlL -
Troubling Y
if
so,
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Eliard Block, New Westminster, B. C
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly "to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT. -.
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver,
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
0lne and hav. th.
aminerj.      We m.k. '
fortestinav,        V\H
All J
m3ke no
tin_ your eyes
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, OpJ
Optical   Par
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan '
ors '�� T. Giff0rJ
-ewelry  Store.
HAMS at        |
18C. Per ,b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
j
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders  and
Contractors...
We have just received
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   WESTMINSTER
Electric Blue-Printing
Any Size
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
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   Sf   Andrews
3treet, between 8th and 9th St.
RUBBER STAMPS
Made in Vancouver by expert
workmen, with late., machinery
aud best materials, at moderate
prices.
A. G. Bagley & Sons
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps."
11 CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
I
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block ]
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Ceo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, .Tewniry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    enarges   reason J
ible I
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of N'ew Westminster and dlst-mt
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
_r-TAd .ertise the town  we  live In   I J
mailing Picture Post Cards to your
friends:
Our   office
THE    REAR
News  block
Sixth street)
13 located |n
of ^e Daily
(entrance from
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily  News Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
J. HENLE1
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Wate*?
Family trade a specialty.
Tel
113.
NEW   WES.
Office. Eight stif
liNSTER, B. C.I
REMOVAI
NpTICE
Maple Ridge Fruit Lands For Sale Westminster Iron U
Removed to Tenth St., I
Seen the New
Now is the time to secure a block cf
this valuable level land, while price.
are low. Land is advancing in price
in this well settled neighborhood.
Good rdads: schools, churches and
ether conveniences; best of shipping
facilities; only one hour's ride to Vancouver or Westminster.
!
Apply to the Secretary Port Hammond and District Improvement Association, Port Hammond, C   C.
tween Power House w\
fcalbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. f. U. Bo.|
NOTICE.
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 $5.0(f a pair
Ladies' White Canvas Pumps, made by
Chas.   K.   Fox,   of  Haverhill,   Mass.      The  best
American Canvas Pump that we can buy.
Price j  $2.50 a pair
1901.
Leave
5.20 a.m.
.a.25 p.m.
9.40 * m.
"Warwick" Shoes for Men,   in   Patent
Colt,   Tan,   Russia  Calf,    Gun  Metal,   and  Kid.
The most up to date Shoes made.
Price  $4.50 a pair;
IN   THE   MATTER  OF THE Ml
WAY ACT, and In the matter oil
Vancouver, Westminster and fl
, Railway Companj and of the1
couver,  Victoria and Ea8t9.a
way and Navigation Company.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVENJ
under the provisions of Section JJ
the  Railway Act, an application r
be made to the Board ofBallwir
miaslonera for Canada, at the 01
, Room ot said CommlBStoieM, ��|
c  Railway (or  Boundary  f,,t    of Ottawa, al eleven oclot|
the forkoon, on TUESDAY, thfi
day of -lay, A. D  W����rM|
nieudatlon to the Governor in m
tor the Banetion ol  a certain M
ment dated the   Gth .My o����]j
A. D.  1808, made   etweea tl��
couver, Wisiiiin. I     and WJ
way  Comiian.   ol    h    one I*'
a�� yancouver, Vici rla andian
Hallway and  Na.     : " r"'"'
the other part, pro*        '
by   m   Van,       ^8tm1'
Yukon Railway Oimp.n. t(l
inirehas, by the Vancouver,
a.,,1   Knslen.  *-_.���* J*     ^
Company trom the   aid tn
ver, flWtmlnsirr a.d .uk����   '
0     ,11    I I- -il    ll'"''0"
Company, ot an t����<
andertiklng and   P
Vancouver,   Westmli
Railway  Compaq
Spokane falls S Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry: Co.
; The only all rail route between all
1 points east, west and south *o Ross
1 land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
i Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
I & N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Cun-
1' adian   Pacifi
Creek point*
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
stage f'lily for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane ... .7.15 o.m
.. Rossland  4.10 p.m
���    Nelson     64. p.m
H   a   i/.rwsi,��
H
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No other shoe store in Canada can show you a better selection o'f modern
shoes than ourselves.
Big Shoe House, Ltd. I
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster fA
!SBHPPS&SBBB^��BSaaSEe5���H���eESsl
WHEN GOING EAfT
ASK THE TICKET AfJEN r
TO SEND VOU
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every D_v m th
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 can, atandard
16 section sleepert, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cart (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,
vao Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
, ertles
of
��r       ADVER1T8K       "��*
��� IN ���
THI     DAILY     NEWS
and ��
. on.lstln. of'
rnv of Van1
l,���e of railway iMHMO"
ver described In ���^"l -^' t<ie(
t Vancouver to w��'
,   andlnt"e(_
,i all |lnC1
ol New Westminster, il,a      btJ
rftllway connecting H ��      ��� W(T
over tlie Fraser *���*^*k
minuter, .ind all r .:'"a ��r  f Bl||(
any order Ol   tni
CbmiiilaBlonerB
(rota the pity
of New yVeatmlnsti
I'n.ird
lor
('ill!
ada, Vn
or
Intto^eTnaintenanc^^
realf
of tho^ald lines
them, and all other pr^JL ���y
personal, acquif "' ���� ��
l��� trust for or on -coou*^
llnes.ofn.llwnyori.ny" ���,
DATED this W (lay ��f      .
D. 1908.
,  thp  vancouver' ?A
Secretary  of the ft 0|
minster and Yukon ��* . ,
pany. ,ESDAY,  APRIL  7,   1908
��**? JiHSktUfi-*
THE CASH STORES    T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
f^*****++++*~*++++^*****************7*~*l*lZ
More Money Saving
FOR
aster Buyers
You can't help saving money if you do your shopping here. Easter
is only two weeks distant and we ask that you make your purchases
early. Tliis storeful of new spring and Easter goods���more heavily
ladPii with good tilings than it ever was before���appeals to all classes
of people. Everybody who would buy best goods, be sure of newest
gtyles and make their money do all its buying duty are invited to
participate in our money saving bargains.
New Suits
A special showing of Panama
and Voile Suits and Dresses,
New Vurk models, semi-fitted
anil fitted coat styles,' Bolero
and blousg designs and several
very handsome novelty costume.: in black and all the correct tones of blue, brown and
un:  wry moderately priced.
Dainty New Waists   '
This stock is now complete
and forms an Imposing array of
the daintiest citations obtainable They are to b_ seen in
fine quality taffeta, box pleats
and cluster tuckings, new
cheeked, Swiss muslins in endless varieties; fine thread an.l
silk point de esprit; all over
hire; Paris models; dainty
lawns, muslins and Batistes, etc.
Prices from   95c to $15.00
Two Specials
In Skirts and Coats
New Walking Skirts of all
wool French Venetian and
Panama in blacks, the new
brown, blue and green; pleat:d
styles copied from Xew York
models; correct in style, fit and
finish- A high class skirt for
ihe little price,of  $7.00
New Spring Coats
Of striped covert cloth, short
B; ml-fitted and box bark styles.
In all colors including the two
toned tan stripe; only a limited
number of them. Each $8.50
anfl   $10.50
Gorgeous Millinery Display s
The flower hat is the rage. Tae garden of rosea, pansies, forget-
irre-nots might fool the bees and butterflies, Just see them, France,
England, Italy and America contri ute them. The most chic creations
ol th. milliners' art is on view here! We have two tables set aside
on which wi, nre offering twenty-five dress and street hats from the
ban Is of our < xperts.   Price  j   $6.95
Boys' Sweaters
The hoys' sweaters have at list arrived; all Biz__ from 22 to 34
Inches, navy blue with red collars and red borders; also red with
white collar, etc.   All at the extremely moderate price of, each $1.25
Ladies' Hand Bags
A manufacturer's line of English leather hand Lags; newest
designs; over 100 to select trom.
Prices from   75c to $3 90
Ladies' Leather Celts
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A truly beautiful selection of
ladies' leather fc-lts just arrived.
N'ew des.gns, large brass buckles, 11 ���. Prices from 69c to $1.00
Arrival of the New Muslins
We extend a hearty invitation to Inspect our stock of lovely muslins. VVe livlieve that you could not find a more representative selection anywhere. We have been careful In selecting only the latest
and must up to date patterns. To describe them here is Impossible.
They have to be seen. We can suit every purse too, as our prices
range from, per yurd   10c to $1.00
Money .livings In-the
Hoiisefiirnistiing Department
Spring cleaning time will soon
be here and the careful house-
vvif" will want many little articles to replenish the home
*lt_. Here are a few. Bargains
Which should be taken advant-
aKr of
'5c i ei: Curtains lor 95c
1 Ik handsome Nottlng-
'"'!1 '   " "urtulas, three yards,,
nl(v border and medallion   ef-
Some EYE-OPENERS'
In the Silk Department
A Bpecial shipment of fancy
French silks for waists and
dresses. These come. In small
and over check also stripes and
oth r designs     Now    we    have
only eleven pieces of these-   We
bought them to sell nl 7,,c
and
85c per yard.   Bul as an Easter
offering we have nil  the price
to, per yard
..55c
furls.
8p,
Regular    price    $1.40.
''''��� each per pair
.95c
N^ Ai! Si-teens
���1:'"' new and neat designs,
11,1 'hades; twelve pieces only
altll"'"> Pi-Ire of, per yd ..23c
8c Ar'Muslins  8c
sights*
!i Pieces new art mus-
M' wh't i ground    with   cold
also    border    effects.
SPECIAL!
Two piece.i only of 19 Inch
black untenable taffeta. Regular good value at 79c. Price cut
to  .���������50c
On;> pitre only, black peau
de sole, 20 \tCn, beBiitlful finish.
Regular price $1.00 per yard.
Special, per yard   59c
LOOK AT THIS I
One piece only of beautiful
soft rustling chiffon taffeta, in
black, full 86 inches wide. Regular $1,115 per yard. Price cut
to, per yard , ���-95c
as' Neckwear, Treffmae Gloves, Morley's Hosiery,    neVv
'""^ new Laces, etc.
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T. H. SMITH
Ot   t).
������ Hat Beautiful.
The  House Value Eullt
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
page nyf
.:^a^M.....rf^:^f.j^..:^^;:^^^-;;::;;^
cleaning,   Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
Sold by the leading distributors, tht-.     Phone   B27s   for
"13. C." cigar, ** [i/esslng, repairing.
��� -[hotel. **
Tae vi gular meeting of the Y. W. C.
"��� U. will lie held this evening at   s      T'he regular monthly meeting of the
o clock at he home  of Miss  Robson.   I oard of trade wiif be held on Wed-
-i. George street. A full attendance is I i.esday   evening.    Commencing   with
requested. j next month, meetings will be held on
the third Thursday of the month, this
iiange having
Roy Page vs. W. H. Taylor, order to |
; |iaj $10 down and ?j per month till j
; idgment cleared; Miss Devereaux vs.
Robert .May, order made for the com-'
i.iit.tal of .May for twenty days for con- j
riiipt'of court; A. Watts vs. C. W1U !
ims, settled.
Bright, merry aud sparkling, "The
Burgomaster cannot but be a stunning
success wherever it appears. Thurs-
i'.iv night will be no exception. Re-
���', rve your scats'. **
An application for seven inches of
Later has been posted by J. A. Stuart,
New
Sons.
boots ami  shoes   at   Kyle   &
A le
.   j   lumge naving been decided upon at
| lhe last meeting of the board.
iveu to ladies at      ���\        ...
t tor cut flowers, oouquets   or fun-
, Qutam's avenue. era)  de_lgng  telephone  T,  Davles &
Wednesday, 3 p.m.. j ^ R 20g ...
)r. Alice Tuller.    Subject, "Nature
According to advices received from
Mayor W. ti. Keary on Sunday, it is
not likely Chat he will be able to re-
i,irn to this city for at least two or
lliree weeks, as the business    which
necessitated his presence at Ottawa is
being delayed owing to the absence of
one of the ministers.
lecture will be
Mrs. T. llembrougir
(���nd Tenth street,
the Best Doctor."
The "Auto" cigar
favorite smoke.
ls  becoming    a
The ladies of the Royal Columbian
hospital auxiliary will hold an at-home
and hindkerchlef social at the resi-
c'rnce of -Mrs. A. ll. Gordon on Friday,
(omnienclng at 'I o'clock in the after-
(.000
Seats for Thursday's attraction at
il, opera house. "The Burgomaster"
are i,oing fast. Reserve yours today
ai Ryall's. **
An , (Tort will lie made to send delegates .frum this city to the International convention of Sunday school association.- which is to be lield in Louisville. Kentucky, towards tlie end of
June.
A favorite of the erne smokers, the
"Brilliante" cigar. **
Daffodils      Apple   Blossom       Peonies
The   New
.LOWER AND fRUIT FOLDERS
are the season's Photographic
feature
��� AT THE ���
ROYAL STUDIO
Currants       Chrysanthemums       Nuts
of Mission City, the water to be taken
from a stream  running through    the
city, and to be used for domestic and
| i grtcultural purposes.
A runaway team, owned by Helyea.
j ft Co., yesterday dashed wildly down
1 from iiii; Crescent dragging a heavily
i loaded  wagon of coal.    Crossing the
j 13. C.  E).  It.  lack  at Columbia street
! tl,ey were unable to check    their im
i retus and wagon and horses crashed
together at the foot of the hill.    Th��
i eck of one of the animals was pierced
by the shaft of the wagon, the horse
horse having to be killed.   The other
is in a doubtful condition, the injuries
being Internal.
Notice to Architects
The New Westminster Board of
School Trustees are calling for competitive' plans for an eight - room
school. Full particulars can be obtained by addressing a letter to the
Chairman of the School Board, Box
99, New Westminster.
A meet ing of the Westminster La
crosse club will be held this evening!
ii Ryall's drug store to receive the:
reports of the delegates to the B. C. A. |
L. A. meeting in Victoria and make:
airangementsfor tlie season.
Choice lot. with small house (new).'
1 'Ss than a block frcin Sapperton car
linv> for short  time, only $850.    Abbott & Hyde. **
The remains of the late .Miss Olga
Carlson, who died in th,- Columbian
hospital, were Interred yesterday nf-
ternoon at the Anglican i i tery, the
rervlces being corfdueted by Rev.   A.
I Snildrick.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest    in    B.  C.      Dominion    Trust
block. *���
The postponed meeting of the Westminster Cricket club will be held on
'1 hursday night in the board of trade
room, commencing ,at half past eight
��� clock. The constitution of the club
Pill be taken up and revised, and a
'". ries of games will be arranged for
'he season-
Musical melodies divinely rendeiwd,
\iva(!ious girls comely to look upon,
clever actors all���"The Burgomaster,"
Thursday. **
It Is expected that Hon. F. J. Fulton,
chief commissioner of lands and
v.orks or tha province, .accompanied
1./ Premier McBride, will visit the city,
today to enquire Ihe conditions at-
1, nding the construction of a wagon
read to Bon Accord.
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Burnaby lake,
sii:ii;ih r cottage,
swimming,   also
luV'al   location    f-.ir
Boating, fishing a.id
Al   place    for    fruit
growing.
per  acre.    White
Columbia street. ,
Eighteen   acres,  only $110   !<-.,ig0. Western Gate.
Men's clothing, odd pants, etc., just
arrived.   Kyle & Sons. **
This evening a fraternal visit to
King Solomon lodge, A. F. & A- M.,
will be paid by the members of South-
( ;n Cross lodge, Vancouver, in return
for a visit to that city by the local
lodge a week ago. This will also be
ihe occasion of the official vis t ol
the district deputy grand master, C. C.
Fisher. Last evening Mr. Fisher paid
1 is offic'al visit to the new Vancouver
LEE'S
Handmade
Furniture
Doubtless you have some time bought a piece of furniture which
was not exactly what you wanted, but which you thought might serve
the purpose. ��� .
And It wasn't long before you hated the sight of that chair, table,
Davenport, or whatever it was.
You will never acquire a piece of Lee's furniture one day to grow
weary of it the next. It becomes an Intimate friend and endears itself to you more and more as the time rolls by.
Perhaps you are unaware how much we manufacture ourselves.
Just as?k the salesmen to show you over the factory at
John A. Lee's furniture _��_J
TEL.   73.
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DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   8TREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Shiles   &   Co..
2.0
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H. S. Lt niii,-,_. on of Rev. Lennie, of
ifiis city, will r"i.v his father a visit
this week. Mr. Lennie came down to
i lie coast from Nelson on professional
business on Saturday, proceeding
i irect to Victoria.
Few attractions lay claim to equal
"The Burgomaster." None pretend to
excel it. As a masterpiece of merry
musical mixtures it stands alone.
Thursday is the day. **
Constable McManus , recently appointed patrolman for Sapperton,
went to Calgary recently and has written the chief that he will he unable to
return. For the present no appointment will be mads to fill tae position.
Kyle _. Sons
al 25c.
nave fresh ranch eggs
*��
All kinds of pot [Hants and cut
flowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone LSI. **
Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
We are handling the Niagara
brand.same as used by the fruit
growers in Oregon and recommended by the officials of the association of  British   Columbia.      We
can sell It by the barrel or less. It's
i
.about half the pflce of other ready
made stuff of the same formula. It
comes liquid nnd no sediment.
Place orders at. once.
��
J. H. Brownlee, G. E., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened aa office In the Gulchon blo��k. Phone 338. ���
A new sign is to be erected on the
market building. In the contract with
V\. D. Purdy it was arranged that he
was to remove the present sign to the
centre of the enlarged building. It
v. as found on examination that the
supports go through into the building,
ami that to remove It entirely would
1 e an expensive matter. The sign will
hi sawn off level with the roof and a
new one of neater design and bearing
the words "City Market" will be
erected.
Eight cakes
Sons for 25c.
toilet soap at
Kyle &
The* bicycle   raffled
i \..ling at Anderson &,
������.as won by ticket No, .
on Saturday
Liisby's store
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CURTIS'
Druy, Spectacle 1. Seed Store
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In chaije
j        jf the Optical ,bwp*timn\* V
An Italian who planted grapes on
'.'is ranch ah,mi thirty miies from
,v el son two years ago, says that be ex-
l.'cls to ib'iir $.101)0    annually    from
111 li acre ,,t grapes.    If th.s Is irue
'.(jiileua.v   maj   some  day   lie     in     the
champagne belt,   Al Keremeos, just a
few   inilis  w,'M    of    tin "ii wood,    the
fnest grapes in the worm are grown
ii perfection,   H C. will soon<l>o flow-
ng with wine, milk and honey.    Even
row whisky grows at Xew Westminster.��� <!r.*'iiwt>od I.i d'-"'-
The Europe Chop House, for live
years run by Harry Zucchero on Columbia street, has been removed to
Begbie street, and under the name of
the Eraser Chop House, is being run
In connection with the Fraser hotel.
The dining room is one of the best In
the city and meals at the same price
as c.iarged In the old promises wlll
be served at all hours. Harry Zucchero,
proprietor, has quite a large connection ln New Westminster, having
lived In the city for twenty-two
years. *���
At. tho regular sitting of the county
court yesterday morning, Judge Howay
hoard tlie following enscs, most of
vnlch were adjourned: Parnoll vs.
Palt, May court; J. E. Hughes vs. P.
Hall, .nine court; Uanlv of Montreal
vs. Skit. May court; Brennan vs. C. 8.
.Mahln, May court; Corporation of
Mew Westminster vs. Moody, May
court; C. Twolwa vs, Alex., Davto^
.'line court; T. J. Trapp & McQuarrie
vs. C. $.,-Windsor, Mny,court; W. E.
I..il.ins *8. J. Lcliice, (or Judge Cano;
MAPLE SYRUPY
o
See our window of
���AT THE���
I Public Supply Stores |!
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street       New  Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
One carload Ashcroft Potatoes, $1.25 per sack \ j
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MONEY TALKS
New Westminster, B. C,
March 25th, 1908.
A. W   McLeod, Esq., City.,
Agent  British   American   Live
Stock Association.
Dear Sir,���We beg to acknowledge receipt of your check for $135
in full payment of claim for   the
death of our horse "Queen."    We
also wish to thank your particularly for the prompt manner In which
you have settled for the loss, the
claim form being completed only
five days ago,   and   we   heartily
recommend your company to   yiy
one wanting live atook insurance.
Youra sincerely,
(Signed)
WESTMINSTER TRANSFER CO.,
Per P. E. Cameron, Manager.
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That la the way we settle claims
and obtain and keep the confidence
and good wlll of our policy holders.
We Ins-re all kinds of live atook
against death from any cause.
Full particulars and ratea on ap*
plication to
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER
ARM1TRONQ BLOCK.
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BAPTIZING SHIPS.
The   Modern  Method   a   Survival   of a
Barbaric Custom.
If fair young women sponsors who
take a great deal of pride in breaking
a bottle of champagne over the prow
of a ship as she slides Into the water
for her first float knew something
cbout the origin aud significance of,
the launching custom, the chances are
they would not be so eager to see the
bottle crash and tbe foaming liquid
wet the sides of the vessel.
It Is a sun��val of a barbaric custom
when sacrifices were made to the gods
ami some living victim or offering was
held up aud its throat cut so that the
blood flowed over tbe prow of the ship
being launched. The vessel was baptized in warm blood. Now sparkling
wine or pure water Is used, and the
change has many advantages, though
tbe symbolism remains.
There is another curious custom
aboard ship that Is Interesting ln tlie
way it has beeu handed dowu to us.
When a dignitary visits a foreign country, the moment that his ship enters
port a formal salute is fired as a signal
of welcome. This custom was observed years ago, when lt wus considered
the correct thing for a port to fire its
guns to show the visiting stranger that
tlie citizens and authorities placed sueb
confidence in his friendliness that It
was uot considered necessary tu keep
tlie guns loaded, so all the shot wus dis-
charged.--.**** York Herald.
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A LITTLE NONSENSE,
Even Though He Was a Murderer Me
Gave a Stenographer a Good Shave.
According to the Saturday Evening Post, a talkative and self im-;
portiint young court stenographer
went with a detailed judge to one
of the feud towns in the Kentucky
mo ii n in ins to do his part in holding
a term of court.
It was a small place, far from a
railroad, and tlie inhabitants were
iii feudists of one clan or another.
After a day or two at the little hotel
tho stenographer said to the hotel
keeper, "Where's the barber shop?"
"Ain't no barber shop here," tlie
boniface replied. "We all mostly
lets our hair grow."
"But can't I get .haved anywhere ?"
* "Oh, yes, I reckon you kin. Uncle Joe down to the cobbler's shop
sometimes shaves folks."
The stenographer went to Uncle
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teet'n contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the  appearance  and more  to  the  digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW, before it is too
late.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth        $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)     $500
Gold   Crowns         $5-00
Gold  Fillings      $1-00  up
Platina   Fillings       $1.0#
Extracting     50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A PROTECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m. Phone   2229
I
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Sendee.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for heating Post Office, Vancouver,
B  C," will he received at this office
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, inclu-
Joe's and found the cobbler to be a *5vel-v- for the construction of a heat-
mild mannered old man, fith flow-  'QS system for the public building .at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans and specification can be seen
and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from W.
ing gray whiskers and a pale and
beatific blue eye.
Uncle Joe said he could shave
him, and he got out a razor and a
���having mug. The stenographer sat | Henderson, Superintending architect,
down on a chair and leaned back.! victoria, B. C, and from -Mr. Charles
He waited in some trepidation, but Tossell, Clerk of Works, Vancouver,
thc old man was skillful and gave fl 0
him a good shave. Persons tendering are notified that
It was necessary for the young; tfnderg m ^ ^^ ^^
man to talk  so when the barber, o_ .
was on his throat he said. "Good'    .    ,     .    ...   t.  .       .   ,    ,
many murders around here, ain't JJ- signed wlth Uu}lr *ctual Blgaa-
there?" |ttires-
"Well, sub �� the barber said, "we | EAch tender must te **��*pa_tted
don't call them murders. Howsom-1 ')y an accePted c^"* ��* * chartered
ever, there's some killin's, if that is Ih-ak�� n"-* Pa'abl�� to "* arder ot the
what you mean." j Honorable   the   Minister   of   Public
"Oh, well," said the young man,! Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.i)
"I suppose one name's as good asj0* the amount of the tender, witch
another.    When was the last kill-1 will be forfeited if the person tendering?" ] ing decline to enter into a contract
"A .man was shot out here in the v hen called upon to do go, or if he ifail
���quRre last week." I to complete the work contracted lor.
"Who shot him ?" j If the tender be not   acoepted    the
The barber brought the razor upI cheque will be returned,
on the young man's Adam's apple, i    The Department does not bind itself
"I did,   he said. to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
Knowlnnr  th* {Urdu.
How grand I* the hawk or the eagle
���ailing fnr away in the blue sky. And
how beautiful nre song birds, each ln
Its favorite position to sing the song;
���purrow with head thrown back, the i
bobcllnk sailing down to the grass with
raised wings;  Those who have spent;
FRED. GELtXAfl,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, WO*.
Newspapers win not no paid for this
much time in watching birds lu the | advertisement If they Insert lt without
Held know ho-- differently the various j authority from the Department
birds perch, fly, run.  climb or feed !
Tlie warblers catch Ale., but they do 1 * ' ���" '
not do !t In such nn intereitluf way as \ NOTirF
do tin- true fly c��t��hers.  We come to ' F^w ��� H-I-.
fcnow it bird by ilie flight or walk Just! 	
����� we know other friends by their giM ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit
or even by the sound of their tread. one (1) nKm,h fI,)n) ,llt! .|(lt , ^
In flight the wing* of many different ' ���    u    .i��� ���,,    , _.
birds make pe-nllnr sounds whereby (:l,"""ca,1���� *'" 1,e "m"V '" **
we mny know the birds even If .hey ! ��Overnor-tn-Councll under Chapter
themselves nn- out of sight .it is not  ""' 0l ,ho Revised Statutes ol Canad-,
of nil necessary to get dose enough to
c bird to ne. Its exact color or ths
shape of It. bill and feet, for its move-
foonlH und outlines run be seen at s
greater distance. And so we may
know tbe bird even theugh It should flj
��� way, ns birds often do as soon as ws
try to Ntnll. them for u nearer view.--
lb Nicholas,
Not Bnontrh  Bait.
A Washington official tells a story of   ...
the U��t fight the late Senator Quay of : ���Ni('olnt"kl river on the line of th
1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
to be constructed by the Victoria Terminal Hallway and Ferry Company
over the Serpentine river on the line
o. Hie suld company's railway between
Blaine ,and Olivers in the Province of
British Columbia; and also for approval of plans of a bridge to be constructed iby the, Victoria Terminal
Railway und Kerry Company over the
suld
Pennsylvania made tn the senotd. company's railway between Blaine and
Quay was working hnnl on the state- I Olivers In the said Province of British
bood bill, obstructing legislation, when  Columbia.   Plans of each of the said
D::::i::ru,ffln,ny:!:,i,M r ****** -������ ��* *
Quay wai very fond of tarpon flailing '  '"' "^ th��r801 ,,,lVR !'P(>n deposited
���nd bad a winter place In Florida. One " tlu' ���Ml,1,st(''' of Public Works,
afternoon he received this telegram j;""1 ln the Land Itegisiry Office at
from ii friend who thought the senator i New Westminster, British Columbia.
Blight lie In b.-tlr-r business than pot! Dated this 1st dav of April
���ring about n. w slates: jy^
"Fishing never no good. Tarpon biting everywhere. Sport magnificent
Come." i
Qnay rend the telegram and' smiled
��� tiny Utile smile, '"lien he answered
It lliiis: . i
"Tarpon may be lilting, but I am
���ot.   M. 8.
A.D.,
A, H. MaeNKILL,
Soil-itor for the Applicants,
Qnay."-- fanttirday Kvou^iU
tsr       ADVERTISE!       *\
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S- Princess May.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
���February 22, .March 1, 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. dally.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily;    arrives Vancouver 8 a. m. ��
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.8. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria y.Zo a. m. daily except Monday;   arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. dally except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday; arirves Victoria ' e.ra.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
8 8 Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
-20th of eacb month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
���except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
ileaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m. i
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sb*. �� a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRA8ER  RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves .N'ew West-
Biisater .Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and  Saturday at. 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave    Westham    Island    Monday,
I Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m.   Friday 6 a.m.   Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
0 p.m.
NORTHERN ft. C. ROUTE.
6.8. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m.', 1st and 15th;
(rom Vancouver at 8 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Cools
on second trip.
RIVER8 INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith,
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m:
arrives Victoria 9 p, m.
For reservations and latonqatioi
call or address
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
tu. J. COYLE.
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, victoria.
Hygienic Dairy, Limited
Incorporated Under the Companies Act (B.C.)   1897 and Amending Acts.
Capital $250,000, in 25;000 Shares of $10.00 Each
Ten thousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 Der share including a premium of fifty centsjper share, the whole payable as follows
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per Bhar *"
Payahle on Allotment���110.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, $S0.00, being payable In eigUt equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
'��� ��� in. ii
* PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS.
The following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and others, ha
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.). A. L. KENDALL, Esq., M. D.
S. .1. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. W. S. HOLLAND, Esq., (Insurance Vgent
(Hard,    i ,,. '
_xq.,
\V.
(HAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). .1. A. FLETT,
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq, -New Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, iu the event of tbe e.     Ise of the
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers, Auditors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell,
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Secretary, A.  Farmer,  Esq. Temporary  Offices,   322   Cambie   St.,   Vancouver, B. C.
PROSPECTUS.
This company is formed for the purpose cf supplying the City ol Vancouver with absolu _n and
.pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs.   The need of such  i
���so well known that there is no need to dilate on this question,  the plans of the Compan      laving   the
earnest support of the Medical Society, the Provincial and City Health Officers, and  everj  doctoi
City.
Solicitors,
Messrs.   Burns &  Wilkem.
Vancouver,   B.C.
?d at a
; reiruin
amnuut
boul 500
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the well known Cruickshank Farm al Matsqui
close to the C. P. R��� and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line.   This property comprise   ��� res of
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture,   it is prop ised to ereel
thoroughly modern barns with cement, floors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a i
bottling plant, shipping by special refrigerator ear to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $75,000, or about $117 per acre,  a   very   low   flgui .���
the quality of the land, the improvements and the situation. It would be bard to find a farm better
adapted for the purpose of a large modern dairy. The terms of purchase are $2.V'0n cash, ind thi balance in fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized from  the sale of 10,000 shares now offered, there wlr
$75,000 after paying the cash portion of the price of the farm  property.   It is believed that this
will  be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings .and equipment and the purchase ��� I
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
THE NEED OF A PURE MILK  SUPPLY.
The City has no authority at the present time to Inspect any dairies outside ttie City.   The C.
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own ���tarns and premises are concerned,'and will welcome
such inspection at all times.   It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to apixiint a conimitt.. ��� I in
spection.
The City records of 1907 show 14S deaths of babies under twelve menths' old, and medical men have
stated their opinion that at least 00 per cent., or say 1__, of uiese deaths are directly traceable tu milk,1
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption. It is needless to say that 148 does not by any
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as it is tlie number erf those under twelve months of
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected In Vancouver during 19o7 and analyzed by the Dominion Gcn-
ernment authorities, only two samples reach 3V4 per cent., which Is the average Canadian percentagi ol
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as eifhi r watered or skimmed, and were below
3 per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE PRE8ENT DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor Is perhaps unaware of the need of the most scrupulous cleanliness
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection ot
cement floored barns, ��� properly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling machinery, and the employment of men technically trained In what is now recognized as a business requiring
scientific care-and management. i
Without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during ��t
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid of
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. This drug prevents milk turning sour, even if e_p��*xl
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE  HYGIENIC  MILK COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity. It does not
propose to pasteurize milk, which at .est Is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk is not pure milk; it is only impure milk which
tu_s been renovated, and the Impurities to a greater or less extent removed.
Tbe very fact that milk needs pasteurizing is in itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company ne.er
intends having milk on any of its premises ln need of renovation, as it will keep only healthy cows, whk.
wil] be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to a temperature of 38 degrees, put in waled bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left tbe farm, and at the same tempera-
tare; this will prevent the need of drugs In summer to keep It sweet, and will also prevent the prop-S*'
tlon of injurious bacteria in tne milk, to which ls attributable the enormous Infantile mortality ;n tnc
City and district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well known dairy expert as general manager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has made a
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of cattle.
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing out
the well known fact that all tbe dairy farmers In the district have been for many years doing very well indeed, and the milk distributors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making a profit
of $1(10 per day all last summer.
It is wel] known that In no part of Canada can cow feed be produced   cheaper than  In  the
Eraser Valley, and as similar companies In the United States, which sell their milk at lower prices tl"4"
are current here, pay good dividends, there Is no reason why this Company should not do the samSi M
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices in handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., should offB
the higher wages of this Coast. ��
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but lt will be obviously impossible to get this number In �� >'i)!it'
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tne hot weather begins, it Is doubtful
more than 100 cows can ibe obtained by then and the'necessary barns and buildings completed.   In ?ei^
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, Ami It
Ijower
nut
a���a.      ,    , ��� ��� a . a,. a ..a a.     ���III    11 ai" > U11J     11A V K?    I*.     II-     fa I f a. IJ     W    fc**��J    -,Hl, V..",-v, o     x<_     UJO     v-a.��a^a.__.' >       ,
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of ��PoratloD'
as there will be probably many people of small means In urgent need of this milk, the shares have
put at a price, and on terms, within tbe reach of all.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified tfielr intention of becoming shareht
SIMON .1. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
OHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
K. M. LOGAN.
P, R.'CLOVER.
A. L. KENDALL, M. D.
H. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victoria.
CHAS. M. MACDONALD,
J. W. BLAND, V. S.
A. P. PROCTER, M. D.
W. E. BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L. D. TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H. GUNN. '
J. W. DeB. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A. C. WELLS, Chilliwack.
H.  M. VASEY, Ladner.
H. G. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.8.
p. R. KERR, Victoria.
L. T. DUPO.NT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria,
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J. j. log'an.
rl. .8. ROLSTON.
RJCHAUD S. FOBD,
D. THOS.  TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,l j. .IONICS, Westm u^er,
H, L. EDMONDS, vVef>tmlH_
A.  FLETT.
p. no we.
M. P. THOMSON-
H. A. EASTMAN. WestmlnnW.
aster,
Prospectuses and  forms for application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY & CO., Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia��� or-
H. A. EASTMAN, New Weshwnster LlESDAY
APRIL  7,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
0,   Canadian     North-West
'^Homestead  Regulations.
pven numbered section of Do-
AD>'       j Manitoba, Saskatch-
uto|on 18��    ,  ta, excepting 8 and 20,
be homesteaded by
offan
not
its
reset.-''
the sole head of a
, ���. rson Who is
M**Z .      . ale over 18 years of
m     ,.',, ,-,'��� at of one-quarter sec-
age, to t"
li0n of 160 ac
Application
made In Perf
. Dominion
age"1'
more or less.
entry     must     be
lin by  the applicant at
Lands Agency   or   sub-
ir ; ,,   district in which the
.'A situate.   Entry by proxy may,
ever  be made at  an  agency on
Sin conditions by the father, moth-
rtnnztt'er brother or sister of
pr   SOU,   _>IUr."
^intending lmmesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per-
the homestead duties under one
.[tbe following plans-
Hi  At least six months' residenc.
gpos and cultivation of the land In
eacb year for three years.
ij) A homesteader may, if he so
I desires, perfi rm  the    required    residence duties  by  living on    farming
laDd owned solely  bv  him. not less
j than eighty (80)  acres in extent, ln
tae ,-Cinll    ol  nla homestead.   Joint
ownership In   ind will not meet this
requlremi '���'
,jj   if ti;,  ; ither (or mother, If the
(lather i.s deceased) of a homesteader
Ijui permanent residence on farming
Ian. owne 1 solely  by  him,   not   less
than eighty ��80)  acres  in  extent,  in
Ithe vicinity of the homestead, or up-
j on a homestead entered  for by him
j In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties  by
I living with the father (or mother).
(i) The term "vicinity" in the two
J preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
I a direct line, exclusive of the width
] ol road allowances crossed in the
I measurement.
dl A homesteader intending to
j perform his residence duties in ai>
ioordance '.^r!i the above while living
[with parents or i n farming land own-
lei) by him-i-lf must notify the agent
I lor the Ustricl of such Intention.
Six ni":.'!;-' notice In writing musi
���M given to the Commissioner of Do-
Imlnlon Lands at Ottawa, of lntenti< n
jloapplj fi r patent.
W, W. CORY,
I Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���- Unauthorized  publication   .f
Ithis advertisement  will   not  be  paid
I lor
Mail Service
PAOJ6 3EYTN
THE SPANISH  ESCURIAL
It Is a Marvelous Specimen of Ancient
Architecture.
The Escurial, tlie palace of the Spanish king, an architectural marvel, formerly described as the "eighth wonder
of thr world," Is now seldom spoken
of even by those who are ready to go
wild over much less pretentious structures. The cornerstone of this "Span
Ish St. 1'eter's" wns laid by Philip II,
In 1563, but It was 302 years (18(.5i he
fore the monstrous building was pronounced finished. It was built by Phil-
Ip In fulfillment of a vow to "erect the
finest monastery in ihe world" should
bis forces be successful In their great
.kttle with the French. That lmttlo
waa fought at St. Quentln on Aug. 10,
1657, St. Lawrence day, and In order
to honor that saint as well as to fulfill
his vow the king bad tbe foundation
of hi* great memorial laid off in the
shape ef a gridiron, tbe Implement of
corture upon which the goodly Lawrence Is reputed to have suffered martyrdom.
To those who have never visited tlie
Escurial the size of the gigantic structure is beyond comprehension.    It is
BLEEDING  A  KING.
Louis XIV., a Groedy Physician nnd an
Unscrupulous Surgeon.
In 1093, when Louis XIV. began to
feel tbe Urst touches of age, his physicians ordered him to be hied once a
month. That duty \ps of course Intrusted to Marechal, his Irish surgeon.
There wns at the time in Paris, says
the British Medical Journal, a young
brother of Ihe craft who conceived the
Idea of making his fortune by bleeding the king. The enterprise was diiil-
cult, but be knew that the most solid
doors can often be opened with a golden key.
Following the advice of Iago, lm put
tooney in his purse and sought an Introduction   to   Antoine   Daquln,   the
king's chief physician.    The negotiation was conducted on a strict business footing.   Daquln, who was known
i tn  love  money,  was  told that 10,000
: crowns were deposited with a notary
I who had instructions to transfer the
I sum to him as soon ns the surgeon
: hnd got the job.
i It wns not nn easy thing to manage,
! is Marechal never left the king. Oue
I day, however, he asked permission to
-.,..._ .  . ..       .    _,���.,   leave Versailles for three days.    Da-
i40 feet from north to south aud 580VJ,      ,��� selZ(l(1 the opporttlnlty to lntro.
feet from east to west, the square tow-| duce h|g       t       whom he had ^
ers at ea<*h corner rising to a height of
over 200 feet.   Within tills monstrous!
building are the king's palace, a rathe-!
dral, a monastery of 200 cells, two colleges,  three chapter  houses,  three  11-
brnry   buildings,   live  large balls,   six
dormitories,  three hospitals  and  over
8,000 other rooms.    In order to make I
St.  Lawrence's gridiron complete,  tbe
building Is built In quadrangular Itorm, |
with seventeen rows or ranges of mon-
Stroqs stone structures crossing  -mcli
Sther at right angles, these forming ths . fftr off. He returned to Versailles In
gridiron's ribs, tlie handle being a | haste and was much surprised to find
wing 470 feet ln length. The church, that the king, whom he had left ln the
which ls a part of this vast pile if ma- best of health, had been bled. He was
Konry, Is 304 feeC long, 230 fe��t wide,1 not on friendly terms with Daquin,
with a dome -330 feet ln height. It is and he quickly grasped the situation.
estimated thnt the building coat $_>u, lie went to see the young surgeon and
000.000 forced him to disclose the whole plot.
ready
���t hand for the purpose. Feeling the
king's pulse one morning, as usual, he
pretended to be alarmed at Its strength
and volume and ordered the Illustrious
patient to be bled forthwith. As
Mnrechal was away, the king hesitated, but fear soon made hlm yield to
his physician's proposal. The young
surgeon bled the king, nnd Daquln got
his money.
In the meantime a message had been
dispatched for Marechal, who was not
/i-v.nHdliit; n Tempter.
I
When the king learned the truth, he
A pompous Chicago merchant, arro 'flew into a terrible rage, ordered Da-
rapatchod by C. V. R. train at 8:35
a. m.; clos<- 8 a. tn.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
.ally.
Hillside  N'o.   1,   dally   except  Su*i-
|atay; Sapperton   No.   1,   daily  except \
Mails Received at fi'.ii.i D.m.
| Dispatched by B. C. Electric rail waj
Co., 7:46 a.  m.:
Vancouver, No.  l,  dailyexcept Sun
I toys.  Return mail received 10 a.m.
I Dispatched by G.N.K. train. 8.45 a.m.. I
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port  KelU, |
jHazeimere,    Hall's    Prairie,    Bonac- ]
I��, Blaine and  Seattle   (all  points
j1" Washington   and  south,    also  all
Points In eastern states),    daily ex-
<��Pt Sunday.    Return mails received
�� 3.30   p.m.   Iionacord Wednesdays
13"ii Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays  and Thursdays;
Ijpebead,    Wednesdays   and   Sa.ur-
toys.  Return mail received Mondavs
I and Frii|:, vs.
[^patched by is. c. Electric railway.
10:30 a, to.:
| Vancouver No   ,.   victoria,. No.  1;
P���'   P rk,   daily   except   Sunday.
r*urn mall received at'8 p.m.
Ulwi'!" I      carrier, _:18 o. ta.\
J*"' "'���'���    \: dally except Sunnay.
II "r" "i;i':   r ved a�� 1:10 p. ra.
I "Waned      , ,,,.,,r t2.no noon:
I mbl iwberry Hill,   Tims-
' ,;' Ket urn   mails   re-
,P'l,|i and Friday*.
1 ^l"1'"1     i P. ri. ...oat 1.30 p.m.
' dallj at  the  same
"'" d'h ng winU).,��no��th8:
���;'"""!      ��� ha,,,
gantly carrying the signs of his pros
perity about him, accosted an acquaint
ance of his who conducts a succossfu
rescue mission and said:
"James, I'd like to attend one of yotu
meetings."
"Certainly," rejoined the minister
"but leave your watch and diamond*
with the Intel clerk."
"What'."   is.-.-'i  i he merchant in ns
tonlshmeju   "Are
mission c '    "i-ted
CLOTHES
are talked of and criticized in clubs, hotels,
and homes, by men who know and appreciate good tailoring.
Sold in all principal cities in Canada.
Something quite right for Spring is the 2 button Sack Coat.   From $20 up.
1-1. L. DcBECK, New Westminster
"True." unsweretl the mission leadei
softly, "bin, George, you look so eas,>
and wholesome. Really, I don't warn
my men ro regret that tbey promise''
me never to steal again."
quiii to be arrested and placed the matter In the hands of the council of state.
That obsequious body, after a very
short deliberation, unanimously voted
that the physician who had trafficked
in the blood of the king deserved death.
The royal wrath, however, subsided to
some extent, nnd he graciously spared
Dnquln's life, but deprived him of his
office niid exiled him from the court to
t the men of youi j Qulmper-Corentin. The too greedy
leves?" physician did not long survive his dis
grace.���London Standard.
THE AIR BRAKE.
It  Was   Ushsred  Into   Actual   Use  In
Most Dramatic Fashion.
The air brake was ushered into nctu-
niiitorlc P_ini*��nli-a.
It waj on his wa.v t.i the battleflel       ,   ���
of Pharsallu that Cnesnr uttered th. I *i use in most dramatic fashion. The
famous saying tn the fTshermen. H�� Mai trip occurred In April, 1801). The
had come down to Rrindisl to cross Tr , train selected was the Steubenville ac-
Dyrrachium and. finding no gnlle.v I commodatiou, running between Pitts-
commanded the owner of a small sai! , burg nnd Steubenville, O.
tag boat to put hlm across the Arlrl I When the train was going nt full
atic. On the voyage n violent storrc ; upeed, suddenly as he came around a
occurred, nnd even the experienced ! sharp curve the engineer saw a stalled
mariners wero terrified.   But the great j wagon In the middle of the track dead
eaptaln said: "Have uo fear  You car
rr Pposar nnf1 K'g fqgfrwgs	
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER, HOLOEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Empresses
May 1st.
For other  dates and  particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Island,    Port
on.   Sunbury.   diHv
Return malls recelv-
1   ln U a. m.
���' "dnesday and Sutur-
a|l on Wednesdays and
���'-"���    3,    nnrl    Burn i'n
: ::" P.m.; dully    ex-
Keturn malls rece ved
''     Return    mall    at
WUchon,   st i
I gcept s,
w from :i
^'oodwai
I Jx- Return
Saturdays.
^ncouver*
Uk('; doses ,
^MSiindav '
����M_.
Burnaby   ta
" Pm.
Sunday   I       "oln,s-    dally except
D,s"��'cho ;i"n!,mni1 n p- �����
��.,    ,        P'R' train .t lsl�� p.
C%r ** at 2:3�� �����">��� =
p' R. east   " V:"1C0uver. No. 96 (C
"ni��� 'T'm] mn,,)- Return mall
nt i
\'i.
Mlllsld
c!""eru>".
rm^, din
tura -nan" Pxcent ���'"�����-_
m Reived at u.
s..
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toront5,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc., auHress
GEO. W. VA'wiX.
\ssistapt Gen'i Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. HI.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paol to
Clifcago, "Short ^��H*S
Chicago, "South   Weft   United
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  the  service on any
railroad ia the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St.  Padl Railway.    They
iwn and operate their own sleeping
md .�����*'-   ~:ts on alll their trams and
live   "'��� I    - trona an excellence of
ervi.     i     . btainable elsewhere.
.-.      ROWE. General Agent.
.34 Third St.. cor AW" t��ortla��wl. Or.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,1
15:15, 17:20, l.:40.
Arrive    .New    Westminster    10:25,!
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45. i
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
l.v. N. W. 9.2'0 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar.-Seattle 10 p.m.
.i.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
irrlve Guichon 6 p.m.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
\ew Westminster 8:30 a. m-
���Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50, 6.50, 1
<nd 8 a. m., and every half hour there-
ifter till V d. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster et
-acne beure-
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 12, block 11, Port Mo.idy, sub
division of lot 201, group   1,    New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifi;
cate title number 3511F, Issued In the
nfme of Mary Ann Mores';y has bei'ii
filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
f.t the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 16, 1908.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post Offic.
Building, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this office until Wednesday,
-Vpr.l 22, 1908, inclusively, for the construction of the alterations to the Post
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can be sea'n
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
tenleis will not be considered unle-ri
I made on the  printed form    supplied
and  signed with  their actual    signatures.
Each tender must be accompani. 1
! by an accepted cheque ou a charter ;d
i bank, made payable to the order of tlie
Honorable the Minister of Vublh
Works, equal to ten per cent, (io p.cl
of the amount of the, tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a oontract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for- If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Ks-'f
to accept the lowest or*any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretarv.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 19, 1908.
Newspapers wir. not ue pild for this
advertUement If they Insert it without
authority from the Department'
Between Napoleon Authiar (judgment creditor), plaintiff, and R- H.
Soles (judgment debtor), defendant.
Pursuant to the order of his honor
J'. W. Howay, county court judge,
made herein this 13th day of March,
1908, I will on Wednesday, the Sth
day of April, 1908, at the hour of 11
('clock in the forenoon, at my office,
court house, New Westminster, B. C,
offer for sale by public auction, all the
r'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
ahead. With only hand brakes nothing could have prevented a terrible
smasuup. The formal time for the
trial of the air brake hnd not come,
but the brake was there, and in desperation, not believing for a moment
that the thing could possibly avail, the
engineer threw on the air. But it did
avail.
Tbe observers in tbe rear were almost catapulted out of their seats by
the shock ef the sudden stop. Bat
when they saw the engine fairly poking Its nose Into tbe wagon bed, so narrow had been the margin between
safety and disaster, they forgot all
about their shock and stood ln awed
silence. The air brake had come into
Its own.���Everybody's Magazine.
Kayhold Tenure In London.
The curious custom of key ho Id tenure still prevails at Crowlaud, the fa-
incus abbey town In the Lincolnshire
fens, where there are a number of cot-
or
tages which are neither copyhold, free-
d.strict, containing forty acres more j hold nor leasehold. They were orlgl-
>r less, to satisfy a judgment obtained I -ally built on was^e land, and ln each
iy the above named plaintiff against  ���se tfte Poa-BMor of the key holds an
lndlsputed tenancy. Although some uf
the occupiers |JaVe replaced the mud
and  thatched  dwellings  of autlqulty
er      ADVERTISE      �����
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THE     D A I L V     N I VV t
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the above named defendant, dated first
of March, 1906, for $31)3.84 and the
cost of these proceedings.
The Above named lands are subject
t'i a timber agreement dated the 29th
day of March, 1901, made by R. H.
Sales In favor of Alexander .lonnston
ami registered the Sth day of .J��#.e,
11105, and the nbove judgment filed the
13th of .March, 1906.
This property has a one and a half
slnrey dwelling and outhouses erected
thereon and two acres planted In fruit
trees.
Terma of Sale, Cash.
Dated the 24th day of March, 1908.
T. J: ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff County of Westminster.
RL MILES & CO.
fata, to Hi Nit Water fitters, Etr.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   \ 377
front St tow Westminster
with brick and slated buildings, they
have no power to sell or will them
away, for they have no deeds. On n
tenant dying the first person to cross
thc threshold takes his place if he so
desires. Many devices have been resorted to to obtain the keys. The properties carry a county vote, but the poor
law guardians always refuse to grant
relief to the tenants.���London Globe.
 ���i	
A'Vegetabls Frtak.
California has one tree which is t'^e
personification of mystery. Fouud nowhere else In the world, It bad a mysterious origin and thrives In a region
of mystery. The Mojava yucca Is a
vegetable freak which has developed
Into a species. It has the characteristics of several plants, to which uo relationship can be traced. It is an en-
dogen, yet Its bark shows concentric
rings such as characterise tbe exogenous stems. It lives and thrives In
great numbers In a region nearly devoid of vegeUtlon.-P. B. Magazine.
���Is#hants.
People whp really know nothing
about It ������ed to say that elephants
nefsr He down to aleep. This la pot
trae at all, says one writer, lncy hav*
teen known to aland tor twelve
months without lying down to sleep.
This Is regarded as want of cooMence
In their keeper* and of longing to regain their liberty, for when they are
.-effectly nt ease and reconciled to
their fate they wlll lie down oa their
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Ladies!
When you're housecleaning you'll
come across a lot of China that
isn't  worth  keeping.
REPLACE it with New. Prett.,
and Inexpensive CHINA from
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
A  NEW  LOT JUST  IN.
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Paint
It costs no more to
put on a GOOD
paint than a poor
one.   In buying the
HOLLYWOOD
you are getting the
BEST.   .
' 'Wears on the job���
not off."
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.  C.
IU HEALTH FORCES
PREMIER TO RESIGN
Campbell-Bannerman Lays
Down His Mantle at Last
���Position of Country.
What a mistake to use coarse
Salt for cooking) Fine, pungent
WINDSOR SALT adds such
a daintiness to the food!
��� 138
This Date in History.
APRIL 7.
1,-,m,    St.  Francis Xavier born.    Died I
1552-
|17jj6���William    It.   .King,    thirteenth'
vice-president   ol   the U. S.,
born-    Died 18511.
17:is��� Mississippi territory established.
1S4S    Most    Rev.    Randall    Thomas
Davidson, archbishop of Canterbury, born.
ISO,'!���Federal    forces    attacked   Fort
Sumler.
1300���General   MacArthur   succeeded J
General Otis as commander in
t'he Philippines.
1903���King Alexander-of Servia sus-j
pended   the   constitution    of
that country-
lflti-1���Mrs. Dotkin convicted of murder
in San Francisco.
.905���Battleship Minnesota   launched j
at Newport .News. j
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EASTER CARDS
for the Old Country should be
mailed soon.   WE HAVE THEM.
If
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A.co, -Other   Pretty  EASTER  Novelties   ||
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
Lontion, April 6.���Great Britain is
v.ithout either premier or ministry.
The long expected resignation of Sir
Henry    Campbell-Bannerman,    prime
| minister,    has    been    officially    .an-
! nounced.    According to the court cir-
| culur,'   ho    resigned    on   the urgent
' lecomendation of Ills medical advisers.
j As the constitution of the country pro-
1 \ides no automatic successor, it resting with the king to choose ,a new
head of the government, and in ac-
: cordance with the custom and    pre-
j cedent the whole cabinet resigns with
j ,lbe  premier, no step to    appoint    a
I r.-lnistry can be taken until Herbert
i 11. Asquith, chancellor of the ex-
c hequer, who has been summoned lo
Biarritz for the purpose, has seen   the
; k'ng.
Tile, position of the country is quite
I unprecedented.    There is no previous
I (sample of a change occurring In the
j ; remtership while I1ie sovereign was
i ii broad,    On this account the course
I of procedure to Le followed is in some
] doubt.
11 is regarded now as practically
. ertain that David Lloyd George, piesi-
dent of the board of trade, will succeed Mr. Asquith as chancellor, and
that Sir Edward Gray will retain his
portfolio as foreign secretary, but
nothing ean be predicted with assurance. 	
Among the predictions is lhat Win-! WANTED���Servant for small family.|
f!on  Siiencer  Churchill,  under secre-!     Apply   Westminster  Clothing  Com-'
j t'iry for the colonies,  will take - the,    pany.
! place of the Earl of Elgin as colonial , I
i secretary and that. Lord Tweedmouth,   WANTED���-To buy new   and   second |
J l'.rst lord of the admirality, will with-      luuul furniture.   Pianos and organ.
I draw in order to accept  some other'     tuned and repaired.   Speck & Cjan-]
Condensed
Advertisements
DRESSCUTT1NG     SCHOOL��� Ladies j
wanted  to   learn   the dresscutling;
patterns  cut  to  measure.      Misses
Brown and Colcott, corner Queen's
avenue and Second street.
wanted���Situation   as    bartender;
14 years' experience;  city or town.
Address J. t'.  Stewart,  134 Spence,
street,   Winnipeg,   Man.
office.
Mr.
Asquith's    accession     to    the
AT
I W. C. CHAMBER LIN'S The t I
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
premiership will be well received by
a'l sections of his party with the possible exception of the extreme radical
md laborite, who are inclined to see
in his imperialistic views the end of
some of their aspirations for socialistic reforms.
dell, Front sti^ct, near tram offica
HATS   RETRIMMBD   AND   MADE
over.      Price    reasonable.    187
Auckland street, A. L. Bishop.
FARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment .Agency, ..06 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English  subjects,  classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
.
���
Freight Train Has Novel Load
Valdez, April B.���A novel load of
fieight is now being moved over the
t'-ail from Valdez to Fairbauks. lt
���onslsts of 2,000 fresh crabs, caught
In  Prince  William sound, cooked  as
soon  as  taken  from    the  water and      ^	
1��.en frozen.   The crabs, shell and all, I X      wood> *5-00 a cord delivered-   T.
aie loaded    on the sleds    in layers. | H. Foster, 260 Columbia street, phone
vrappe<l in canvas and piled as high  ���
ai- the trail conditions will allow. The
man who is taking in the load of shell
iish  expects  to clear over $1,000 on
the  trip.    The crabs cost  five cents
each here and will find a ready market at ;i dollar apiece in Fairbanks.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������O   t+W**-*************+**W V   ���    -
Stylish Shoes
AND
OXFORDS
Asiatic
I Exclusion League
:
|| A General Meeting
That is what we have.
And every lady that visits our
store says so.,
What else can she say after j
seeing the many styles, shades and
colors we display ?
Tan Shoes are all the rage this \
year. The short vamp shoe fits the
best and is the most stylish,
WE HAVE IT. a
W. E. Sinclair
!     THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN
I An application for two inches of
water to be taken from a creek rising
���m Vedder mountain, was posted yesterday by L. E. Chadsey, of Majuba
Hill, B. C, for domestic purposes.
OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
will be held
Friday Eve'g, April 10
    at 8 o'clock,
��� IN ���
EAGLES'
MALL
General business and Suggestions invited from members as to development of
the work of the League.
All Interested are Invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
J. D. TAYLOl. Secretary.
THURSDAY, April 9th
WM. P. CULLEIS
���Presents���
PIXLEY   &    LUDERS'
MERRY  MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
The Burgomaster
With Cms Weinburg, Ruth White,
and  over half a hundred olhers,
including the   Famously   Original
KANGAROO  GIRLS.
Original   Production!        A   Veritable
Triumph!
Bigger,  Brighter, Better Than  Ever!
NEW SONGS     IDEAS     SURPRISES
Prices, $1.50, $1. 75c and 50c.
Seats on sale at Rvall's Drug Store
English and American Billiard Table*, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
���econd ��� hand tables and supplies In
stock.
R.  H. CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. 0. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender SU.
VANCOUVER
Agent lor Messrs. Samuel May *
Co., Toronto.
Lakeview Gardens
LAKE
BURNABY ^^^^^^^^^^
��� $150   Per   Acre     One-quarter cash, balance
spread over 3 years of easy payments.
IF. J. HART U CO.
LIMITED
.  New   Westminster,
*********** sM
LIMITED
Vancouver    and
Chilliwack,   B. C
The MILLINERY
DEPARTMENT     ~r~^
RECEIVES THE
Newest Styles
Fr
om
Day to
Day ..
I
The Easti r display of millinery is now ready. Hundred, of new
hats depict, the latest styles shown in Paris, London ai I .'ew fork.
The popular novelties all find their way here as soon 8 .  . on
the market Among the newest Ideas shown might be mentionefl the
following shapes: Mother Ship'on, Hampton Plaits, Rutland. Sugar
Loaf, Crinoline shapes and Gay Gordon Sailors
Among the newest trimming, just to hand are th New Rose
Spray., Foliage Mounts, Paradise-Ospreys.
A new shipment of French  flowers in the populai  \ :..
has also found its way to our tnlllinery section. Leave yo i irder earlj
for your Easter hat.
A Pleasing
Variety in
Corset Cover
Embroidery
Over thirty designs in Swiss
and Cambric embroidery in
Corset Cover widths with beading on edges in all widths. Some
especially dainty patterns in
shadow embroidery are among
these, lines. Per yard 35c to $1.50
Many Novelties
in Leather Belts
Leather Belts are all the rage,
Our new assortment just to
hand offers great choice Widths
of belts are from l'j inches to
4 inches with Btamped or cm-
bosse 1 patterns or with open
work designs lined with silk.
Colors are brown, green, carta.
al. grey, navy, tan and black and
white All economically priced.
Each      35c to $3.50
Buster Brown Belts
..������
Made In fine, soft patent leather or plain leather,    with
front section or all in one* piece.   All sizes "lip to .6 inches. Each . .35c
Strong
Oxford
Ginghams
In neat, clean stripes and
checks on light or dark grounds.
The popular serviceable material which is being used this
season for Ladies' Wash BultS,
Skirts and Children's Blouses
and Dresses, Per yard 15c, 20c
and '   ...25c
Waist Fronting
Embroidery
Fine Swiss Muslin and Cam-
baric tastefully embroidered in
new patterns with rows of insertion between embroidering.
Width is sufficient tor W8W
front. You only buy the length
you need. _*er yard 50c, 75c.
$1.00 to  $200
Large stock of muslin, Pi rs an
Lawns. Swiss Muslins, etc., and
match material in embroidery.
W.S.CollisterKo
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
BURNABY
/
We have 60 acres in a splendid location, between Vancouver and Westminster tram line and the New
Westminster-Eburne line.
Price
$150 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. ��d
l    J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
facial, scalp, dr body treatments given
In your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
YEE KEE, TaiV
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE    STR-E^
LATEST SPRING S-ITIN*
ireulta Cleaned  and *��-*
.VKVVt
ADVERTISE IN THF. 9*9*

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