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 fojte, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
JtvF.sTMlNSTER>B.C
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. NUMHER 8t
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   SATURDAY .MORNING, APRIL 4, 19 08
~y Legislate
^Wldte, Shiles & Co
Whal estate
Phone 85
APR C      260 Cofumbia St.
��- $08 .	
�����P?.A, B. C
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
Ky school work secretary logan is
���-I0-DAT. style!   severely criticized
[lemons
tern
tration of BestSys-
0f Training Given by
er Lady.
mday
h8 convention   ofSn
h    .    In    Queen's
. came  to a
school
ivenue
close
ir.ii is
Itiiodlst cb
,j.,; evening after
in    the    course    of
of  interesting    ad-
kter
Liul session,
Ivered
a   most  8UC-
Accused of Neglecting Work
In Order to Promote Dairy
Company-His Defense.
t..-'
The I!. ('. Dairymen's association
(hushed their convention In ibe city
yesterday mon_?_ig aiirh- decided to
meet in .lanuaiy next at Eburne. The
published statement of iJr. Kendall.
by prominent of Vancouver, discussed at the earlier
y the election | session, was again a subject of much
STOCK BRtfDCRS FAVOR
ANNUM HORSE .HOW
Fashionable Event Will Be Continued.    Frauds in Sale of
Thoroughbred  Stocks  Discussed.     Dr. Tolmie's
GUN CLUB MEMBERS    ENGLISH JOURNALIST
EAGER EOR PRACTICE!     PAYS VISIT TO CITY
Officers of Association Elect-; R.W.Wilson Gathers Mater-
ed���First Shoot of Season!    ial For Writeups in Fifteen
on Good Friday.
Advice and Warning to Farmers.    Agricultural College Wanted.
rters.  During the day me tu-uu-" i session, was again a subject
proceeded  with, the  criticism, Mr. Bucklngiytin, of Eburne,
ml'ii ers   ���
���.,,,_    Bing   the   result:     Presl-
,  ,   iv ;;. Westminster; vice-
^.,:1,   i    Jan [Ster,   Westminster;
'  .,,.,. Iverty Ladner; R. An
on, L'li vi : ..ii> :
���:.-���;     Disti cl
anentai ' >artment, Mrs. s. G.
all department,   C.    S.
Cftb; edu onal department, Prof.
j- i'|,.:,     i     .:i:  intension depart-
se< retary,  l-\ 0.
superintendents:
declaring that the fanners were getting a pretty bard deal when the doc-
tors assail, d them <ui the qual.ty of
their milk and the newspapers handed
ii to them on tin ir- ability of keep
their placi s sanitary.
The secretary, F. M. Logan, was
severely criticized on ....-, work as
la ry  commissioner,  it being   stated
The annual meeting of the B. C.
SI 'ck Breeders' association convened
in the board of trade room yesterday
at 2 o'clock, with A. D. Patterson, of
Ladner, in the chair.    Matters of lm-
lege  for the province,    a suggestion
rhade by T. .1. Trapp. of tills city, who
moved that the executive take up the   meeting to orde
matter  with the    provincial    govern-   I,ers  were  voter
ment
VV. .1
Tbe annual meeting of the Westminster Gun club was helfl in the
board of trade room yesterday evening, the meeting promising well for
the Bupport of the Bport this year,
i'n Bldenl  Dr. F,
Non-Syndicated Papers.
lhat Instead of devoting bis time to
,m. Miss     Gilley; moral reform, F,  the Improvement of t'ne dairies,    he
uwell. i was using 11 for the fostering ofney.
Machin   of Vancouver, demon-1 dairy companies which he was promot-
IjjjhI u] ���   methods of teach-
_!,,.,���;   ��� Ing closely watched
I (tvorablj commented upon by a
,,.  nflml ��� t'   of   teachers.    Stuart
Inirhi'.i'l. in the course of an address
ing. Mr. Logan explained matters
satisfactorily however, and the incidenl was closed with the passing of
the following motion : ��
"It  is the desire of the Dairymen's
Irin. tli.- evening on "Present   De-Iassociation thai   the government  will
lids of Sunday School Worl.," dealt appoint a sufficient staff of Inspecl ��rs
Qstlvely     with      the    different to keeps close   watch   on   all    the
Bods adopted in various churches dairies; also it views with regrel the
|th a view to increasing interest In  articles appearing in the public press
most important branch o( church casting reflections on the farmers of j t       , ... .,,,���.,,.., ,,,,.;,.,, ,.:,.,.���.  ii
instances win re   mem-1 British Columbia, who are as mtelli-
is had  '-en  doubled  in a few I gel_t  and have as much Integrity    as
ar. ... close application on the part1 professional and other business men."
ISunday school teachers.   Rev. J. S.! 	
portanci to Btock breeders throughout agricultural college was even/more of
the province were discussed, Including a necessity than a university. The
the spread of tuberculosis among live
stock. In this connection a resolution
was passed along the safhe lines as
that adopted by the Dairy men's association on the previous day asking
thai the Dominion government take
steps to stamp out the disease.
The report of the secretary, F. M.
Logan, showed a balance in hand to
the credit of the association of $498.04,
which amount is exclusive of the proceeds of the recent horse show iu
Vancouver, which was conducted under the auspices of ihe associat'on,
and as tht. report stated, was most
atisfactory. The directors report for
he  past year showed  much progress
! in   the  work  of the  association,  and
j among other    matters    recommended
Representing fifteen different English and Scotch papers, in  whose interests  he is at present   undertaking
a tour of Canada from coast to coast.
R.  W.  Wilson,  a veteran  newspaper
P. Smith  called the j man of the old school, visited the city
and five new mem- j yesterday afternoon in order to gather
on    and    admitted | material   for  articles  which   he   pro-
Tiie motion was seconded by j Messrs. John A. .Johnston, R. R. Car- I poses  writing  up   for    the    English
Brandrith, who claimed, that an   ver, T.  J.   Trapp, Gowan   MacGowan j papers  with  which   he  Is associated,
nd S. W. Bodley. these including such high class week-
Tile secretary  in his  report stated . lies  as  the Sphere,    field,    Country
motion was carried unanimously. that the new Leggatt trap bad been   Gentleman, Graphic, Illustrated News,
W. J. Walker suggested that a rs-   installed,   leased   from   the   manufac- | Black .and  White,  Pall Mall Gazette,
cruiting  committee be  appointed    to I turers for a sum
obtain   members   for, the   association,   expense's amounted -to $129-70.
but after discussion on this matter, as
lerson touched at some length up-
th'- responsibilities of teachers,
(ring wholesome advice in a direct
I forceful manner.
J was announced that the next en-
I convention of the Western B. 0.
Wnclal Sunday Schools association
W be held in this city during the
ier part of October, when Interna-
Itul Secretary Pearce will attend*
|l deliver a series of interesting
it.
P request was made that Wejtmin-
p district contribute $50 towards
fraying the expenses of the provin-
1 association, this being considered
Reasonable contribution, Vancouver
TO 1200 and Victoria $150 to this
'social horn- was spent by the large
Ner of delegates In the interval
w��n rtie afternoon and ewning
!��, when refreshments were
Ned In lhe Sunday school room
f be ladles of the congregation.
CRIPPLED MINER GETS
VERDICT  FOR  ��12,000
Seattle, April 3, -Patrick J. Shields
obtained a verdict for $12,000 damages
against the Tremont Coal & Coke Co.,
of Pierce county, yesterday in the
United States circuit court. The suit
was based upon Injuries sustained by
Shields July 27, 1906, in the mines of
the defendant company in Pierce
county.
Judge Hanford, on a motion for a
nonsuit made by the defendant's counsel, instructed the jury that the company had evidently contributed to the
accident and that the only question to
le decided was as to whether Shields
was guilty of contributory negligence.
Shields sued for $20,000 damages, alleging that he Is permanently crippled. He aaya he was at one time interested In a mining deal with the late
Marcus Daly.
well as another suggestion by the
same gentleman that an assistant secretary be authorized, so that farmers
might have some one to write to for
information who would be always
read., to answer, was left to the exe. j
cutive to deal with.
'II.. question of importation of stock '
was broached by A. C- Wells. Tbe!
meeting expressed its disapproval of
any speculation, but was strongly' in
favor of assisting shippers in every
possible manner, by helping them to
get cars of thoroughbred stock to-
gether, and arranging for freight
terms.
On ihe matter of reimbursement for |
thoroughbred stock killed for glanders
or other diseases, tlie meeting placed
Itself on record. W. J. Walker point-
Vancouver Hunt club, Messrs. Ralston' ed out t'iiat there was a disparity in
and Holland, who asked whether the the compensation at present-given for
association intended to continue    the
which including all
After
the accounts had been, paid there,
w: uld bo a deficit to the society of
aboul thirty dollars, all of which!
would be covered if the outstanding
dues were paid in.   Tbe position of the
and such widely circulated dailies as
the London" Daily Telegraph, Chronicle, Glasgow Daily News, Birmingham
Times and several north country-
papers of less Importance.
Mr. Wilson has made several previous trips to Canada in  his capacity
trap had been changed from that oc- ; of special writer, but this is the first
cupied by the old one and benches i occasion when he has visited West-
liaM been erected for spectators. "The fnlnster, coming over yesterday after-
history of the past season's shoots was ; noon with letters of introduction to a
also given in detail. , number of prominent members of the
The election of officers resulted as , community. First culling upon G. D.
follows: First honorary president, C. Brymner, manager of the Bank of
G- Major;  second honorary president,   Montreal, he discussed financial mat-
would be advisable to continue
horse show as an annual event.
this subject the meeting was
proached  by  a delegation  from
the
On
ap-
the
horse show, since the Hunt club were
unwilling that it should be discontinued, but did not wish to clash with
the breeders If they proposed to con-
NttK SWAYS IN
MID-AIR ON FRAIL ROPE
P* Vork, \p,ii ...-Hundreds of
|*��w from the streel and shop win-
P" today watched Joseph Bailey, a
rWeJack, extrlcal
ig"r,llls i Irani. ���,
'dinm.   In  Jersey    City,
'tt'ng   In  a   boatswain's
ail|l lie  fell  out  ���t  It
lhe
himself from a
rstilcament at  tlie top of
JJ0 toot chlm
'Hey was
*''���"""���" f"H oui of it.   As i,o did
, Krusi,,''l a r< which wns dang-
* ,r��ni the chlcnn
J blew n,
^'f Persons witnessed the mishap,
Pl"s of alarm attracted the
PWJJ hand over hand up'tfce gWay
Fell
MUCH MONEY IS WAGERED
r   ON GREAT DOG RACE
ley  top  und    the
Chair out of his reach.
���"j   U)   th,,   t0p(    whe.e    h(,    had
k ii  ��h Bnough to crnwl over
fcehlm.   "" ""'" aeHC��n<led Inside
tJ7?.��>ut declared he would re.
chimney near thc top.
'"'in. n���,
Nome. April 8.���The great dog race
trom .Nome to Candle, across the Seward peninsula and back, a total distance by the route to be travelled of
120 miles, was started today, while
all  Nome was crazy with excitement.
Thousands of people crowded the
streets, and thousands of dollars were
wageiGd on the outcome of the test
of canine speed and endurance. The
trip will be a hard one, even for the
seasoned animals of the Northern
trail, and there is much difference of
opinion .among partisans of the con
testanta as to the relative merits oi
the cIors. The occasion Of the start
was made a. general holiday, nnd business was suspended for a time.
There were ten entries In the race,
.logs owned by Messrs. Kjistadt, Law-
ton, Contu, Adams, Fink. Atkinson,
Heron, Cavy, Derrick. Ilerger-
"This k My 32nd Birthday"     *
Mi,
Margaret Anfllin.
*PHU M}T'n{'{ Ml^t\, the celebrated American actress, was born
i 187,8, at Ottawa.    She studied for the stage in a New Y��rk
""MIC Stmnnl _��_: ��._._. _,-... . ......  ..���..f���,..���.,,ww. at-
at Ottawa.
���noted th8<m��01 mu1 1lor flr8t appearance. In a school performance
.''"ruble
under   whose
manage      "u'u llttentlon Of   Charles   Frohman,
thi��� i,'.,'l'|,!'Vm S'U' ''l,nr ilcted f01* B6YerW seasons, ultimately becoming
Clonal"8 "'"":'n <)f',1lH HmPl��'e thdatre stock company. Her pro-
joav, *0r'< be8an with the role of Wad-lelhe West In "Shenan-
l:���l.|(|n|'n rS!,i ���'! the Academy of Music, New York. Her BrSl !��-
.iiii,K.. |l;'"   W|,|'e Mercedes In "Monte    Crlsto,"   Virginia    I"  "vlr'
REGINA LACROSSE TEAM
PICKS SEASON'S WINNERS
common and for thorouoghbred stock.
A common animal up to $150 value
was compensated for at two-thirds
value, while for thoroughbreds, no
mutter how valuable, no more than
tinue. The Hunt club did not feel if200 eould be obtained. A motion was
that they were capable of handling the adopted that in the opinion of the as-
mat ter alone, but desired the co- soclation the indemnity dn pure bred
operation of the breeders. classes should be raised.
Much di-scussion took place on the The election of officers"resulted in
subject. T. J. Trapp evidently voiced ; the re-election as honorary president
the sentiments of the meeting when i of Hon- R. G. Tatlow; honorary vice-
he declared that the Vancouver horse president, T. J. Trapp; president, A.
s'aow should be entirely separate from , d. Patterson; honorary executive, Dr.
the agricultural show. Mr. Trapp I Jtutherford, Dr. Tolmie and J. R. An-
stated that there had been some talk' derson; vice-president, S- Smith;
of amalgamating the two shows in | auditor, G. D. Brymner; directors, H.
Vancouver; If this weie done there ! M. Vasey, Okanagan; E. A. Wells, Sar-
would be trouble all along the line, j dis; Duncan Montgomery, Port Guich-
He advocated that no matter who con-i on; G. E. Sangster, Sidney; H. Bon-
trolled the horse show, the association ' ��a., Chemalnus.
Should use all their power to make   it ���
a success, but It should be clearly understood that lt must not clagh with
the agricultural fair at New Westminster.
F. M. Logan stated thai the association  had taken up the matter to de-	
monstrate that such a fair would be The Heginas will go into the city
a success but had never Intended to j intermediate league this year with a
continue lt, and he did not think that; learn wniCh they expect will demon-
It would be wise for them to do so. He ' Hlrate to the other teams the only cor-
l.elleved with Mr. Trapp that if the | ,-t.Ct way to play lacrosse. The mem-
horse show and the agricultural fair' bers of tbe club met last evening In
were run together it would merely j ,,ie Columbian office and the en-
spoil both. He advocated that a new thusiasm of the meeting told tho
association, composed of members of | story or whut is to happen to the Sap-
the Breeders' association, of the Hunt ��� perton and West End teams this sea-
dub und of the business men of Van j ..on. The officers elected for the sea-
COUVM, be formed for tie management! son were: Honorary president, J. A.
of the horse s^iow. Many others spoke; Leamy; president, J. I. Keary; vicc-
In support and the matter was finally j president, J. R. Payne; secretary-
left with the executive to take up j treasurer, George Mannerlng; execu-
wlth the Hunt club, and a new ftSSO-j tlve, O- Peele. A. Robertson, A. S.
elation as proposed will probably be j Smith; delegates to the intermediate
thc result, the suggestion being favor-1 league, James Keary and C. D. Peele
ed by the meeting. The  secretary  was    Instructed    to
W. J. Walker, manager of the Brit- wrlle to thesjlty council asking for
Ish American Live Stock association, I the use of the dressing room at
of Vancouver, addressed the meeting i Queen's park. A*number of new play-
with respect to frauds in the sule of ers wlll be In the learn this year,
thoroughbred stock by the ti.se Of fake
registration certificates, ^nd asked
that some action be taken In the mat- i 8(H,th African Campaigners,
ter. A great deal of this hid been A well attended meeting was held
found to exist by agents of his com- last evening In the armouries, Presl-
pany. Dr. Tolmie, of the live stock dent Corbould occupying the chair,
branch of the department of agrlcul- ] The minutes of the last, meeting were
t ii re at Ottawa, replied to Mr. Walker, | read by the secretary and adopted,
stating that only In the case of cattle j Six new members were added to the
W. Norman Bole; president (re-elected), Dr. F. P. Smith; secretary, Frank
Trapp; treasurer, J. H. Vidal; club
solicitor, ,1. P. Hampton Bole; club
captain, Captain Mayers; vice-captain,
Clifford Lord; executive. C- E. IVIc-
Le,an, W. ' Burr, B. Galbraith, F.
Reichenbach, Dr. F. Hacking, A. Turn-
bull, L. B. l.usby and W. Warwick.
A number of prizes for the first gun
shoot of the season, to be held on
Good Friday, were donated by the
members aud were' received with
thanks. Cups for' competition this
season were donated by J. H- Vidal,
Neis Nelson, It. R. Carver, the westein
representative of the Dupont Powder
company, and C. G. Major.
It was decided that the club give a
banquet on Friday next to the members of the rifle team who defeated
them ,ln the competition last season.
The banquet will be held at the Russell, the details being left ln the hands
of a committee composed of Messrs.
J. H. Vidal, C. G. Major, G. Cunning
ham and Dr. Hacking.
ters- at some length, acquainting Mr.
Brymner with a proposition which he
is engineering and which has for its
purpose the bringing over to this province during the summer of a number
of Knglish capitalists who are looking for investments of some magnitude.
A. E. White, secretary of the board
of trade, spent a considerable time in
the company of the visitor, showing
hlm around the city and giving him a
large amount of useful statistical information concerning trade and commerce.
Mr. Wilson returned to Vancouver
early in the evening. He will leave
on the return trip to the old country
towards the middle of next week.
EXPECT NEW CONTRACT
FOR OVER8EA8 MAIL
ENGLI8H TORPEDO BOAT
SINKS IN THE CHANNEL
Portsmouth, Kng., April :!.���A wireless message received here states that
during the night maneuvers In the
diannel the cruiser Berwick ran down
the torpedo destroyer Tiger.
The Tiger was cut in half and
speedily sank. Boats, from the Berwick and the cruiser Gladiator picked
up twenty-two men, one of whom died
later from his injuries. It Is believed
I hat "the Tiger had a crew of forty-five
men,' and that all the others were
drowned. "* ���
CRACKSMAN E8CAPED WITH
$5400 AFTER  A   FU8ILADE
Muskogee, Okla., April 8.���Robbers
blew open the safe of the Bank of
Mounds, ut Mounds, Okla., fifty miles
.Montreal, April 3.���There Is a proa-
pect that the famous Overseas Mail,
Instituted last year by the Canadian
Pacific  Railway and  Steamship  sen
vice between Liverpool and Hongkong
wih come to an end  within a few
weeks by the   expiry   ot   the   contract.   The present contract with the
British Government comes to an end
in a month, ln fact the Overseas mall
which leaves Liverpool for the Orient
next Friday by the Empress of Ireland
will be the last westbound mail under
this   old contract,   while   one   more
Overseas will make the    trip    from
Hong Kong to Liverpool under    tbe
sume arrangement.   Whether the service will be continued or not depends
upon the action of the British government. Negotiations are now under way
between the Canadian Pacific and the
Home government for the renewal of
the contract, and jt is expected that
this will be done.
TRIAL OF MAN ACCUSED        ���
OF STEALING GOLD TO BEGIN
Dawson, April 3.���The trial of Rich-
west  of  here,  early  today, obtained   ard  Hall, held since last September
$5400  In  currency    and  silver    and   In the Dawson j^ll on a charge   ot
scaped after exchanging many shots' stealing $40,000 In gold from trite malli
with citizens awakened by the explosion. Posses are In pursuit of the
robbers, who are making toward
Muskogee.
from Fairbanks en route to Seattle
while passing through Dawson, begins
.Monday- Witnesses are arriving from
tbe coast, Fairbanks And elsewhere.
tnoai m,','"'' "|,!l",i;l In "Hamlet"���till played with James O'Neill.   Her
m,,...'j',".""""* achievements have been Roxane In -Cyrano de Ber-
Wi],1(,..v''    ie in "Mrs. Dane's Defence," Mabel Vaughan in "The
v'r Trent"i   ^ 'rguerltfl O:iutlor In "The Laiy of the Canielias," Hes-
q..,..���...     "   Zi'':i," Frou Fro,,  Paula in "The   Second    Mrs.   Tan-
::*.,.,    :"!l *"thjo
The   Seer
rdnn in "Tho (lioal  Divide." $
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from the United States, where registration was lax, was this possible and
advised that buyers obtain only animals registered In Canada, nnd that
before purchasing they have a veterinary surgeon examine the animal for
disease. He called attention to the
already existing    law    that   an    un
roll. Otwa'y Wilkie wap unanimously
elected vice-president. The meeting
then resolved Into committee of the
whole for the drawing up and adoption
of by-laws. It was decided, on motion, to hold the next meeting on Mon-
dav, May 4. After listening to various
suggestion* and    reminiscences    the
registered stallion must have printed , meeting adjourned.    Men who   Jiave
across  the advertising  notice In  red   seen service In South Africa and wish
join the association are requested
glv?. their names to the secretary,
a Abbott.
Ink the word "linreg'stered.'
An important matter dealt with was
the formation of tin agricultural col-lV. H.
a
's Dirty Tactics Win
Wrestling Championship
Chicago,    April    3���Frank   Gotche, meuced before  Hackenschmldt agaia
American' wrestling    champion,    to- culled    the    referee's    attention    to
night    secured    the   decision     over Ootch's  luetics.    Gotch   was  warned
George Hackenschmldt, world's cham-J once more.
plon. ln a match distinguished for Its A few minutes la^er Hackenschmldt,
dirty tnctlcg on the part of Gotch. after a breakaway, positively declined
��� The men  wrestled  straight- catch- to continue the bout.   Referee Smith
as-catch-cart, strangle   hold    barred, ordered him back to the mat.   He re-
Golch secured the first    fall    In   55
minutes. Hackenschmldt appealed tp
the referee, Eddie Smith, to caution
the American against using foul tactics. A heated argument took place
between the principals and the
referee before the Russian would
ngaln go on the mat.
The second bout had hardly   corn-
fused.   Smith thereupon awarded the
championship to the lowan.
The match took place in the big am-
pltheatre at the Chicago stock yards
known as Dexter's pavilion, an Immense crowd watching tho champions.
Gotch, as winner, takes sixty per cent.
of the 110,000 purse, the remainder
goln:. to the loser.
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Yesterday morning tbe market had,
,.-��� .;.<! most of Its busy summer appearance    and    with    bright    sunny1
weather the people turned oui Iri force
and Lytton square during the morning
was a picture or animation that    can
scarcely be  equalled  at    any    other I
coast city.    The stalls  were  filled to t
overflowing with the produce of the j
farmers, who  from  far and  near, by
river and iby land, poured in to trade |
their goods and dispose of the produce
Ot the ranch.    Many of the buyers are
Vancouver  people,  but  the  majority
are from the city and district.    The;
demand throughout was good and the I
supply  was equal   to  tbe  demand   in
most instances.   The prices prevailing;
yesterday were those of the past week, '���
apples  only   showing  a   tendency   to
change   for   a  higher   quotation,   the
supply being shorter than usual.
Two auctioneers did a rushing busi- j
ness on the square, T. J. Trapp sell-1
Ing a large number of animals, horses
particularly being in evidence. All the
stock sold realized good prices, satis- ;
factory to both parties.
The quotations  for  the  day  wore: |
Beei, h.q. 8 to 9;  Beef, f.q. fiV. to T; j
Mutton 13  to  It;   Veal,  medium,  11;
Veal, large,  8 to 9;   Pork  0  to 9%; J
Eggs, retail 25c, wholesale 20c;  But-|
ter, retail .''c; Fowl $S to $9 per doz.; [
Chickens, $6.50 to $S per doz.;  Ducks I
511  to  .12;  Apples, retail $1.25 to $2
per box, wholesale $1.25 to $1.50 per
box;  Spuds $18 to $20 per ton;  Turnips 75c per sack;   Parsnips  75c per
sack.
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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PER
CENT.
PREFERRED
- OF THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd
Owners of the Townsite of     PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,     25 miles
HEAD   OFFICE,  313   CORDOVA   STREET, VANCOUVER,  B.C.
from V.
ancouver
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.      Office    Tel.  16.
G. E. Gilley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
���mHii_LWH0LESALE A.ND RETAIL    I.M-..-.I.I.RS  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
We recently offered tor subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of this corpot
of 100, at $1-00 per share, each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preferen
first issue was immediately taken  up  by  the   sale   and   guarantee 1   option.
WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second issue of 100,00) Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. at $1.00 per share.
entitled to a bonus of do shares of Preference Stock.
The third and subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at e premium to be annoi
to time by the Board of Dire "tors.
WHEN COMPLETE. THIS MODERN PLANT WILL HAVE A CAPACITY OF 130 T
PAPER, AND 270 TONS OF ALL  GRADES   OF   WRAPPING   PAPE1  PER  WEEK.
I SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Company reserves tho right to reject any or all subscriptions,  and   further  re ei
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the general public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second Issue of 100.000 Is a .i    ,
1 - '��� 'i you
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third issue of Preference Stock.    No bonus stock
ed after the second issue.
'��� in Blocki
this
LOO Bharea
from tli
IS OF NEWS
lie rlghi
alio//.
The Preferred Stock is
1903,
I ind Com-
���y from
to have
THIRTY-SIX STORIES IS
THE VERY LATEST
COAL! COAL!
the enter-
Xew York, April 3.���Plans for another skyscraping building, to be
erected on the lower end of .Manhattan island, facing on West and i
Washington streets, were announced
yesterday. The new structure is to
be thirty-six stories, and t47 feet in
height, and will consist of a central
tower 95 feet square flanked to part
of that, height by wings on each side
of the towei It will be equipped with
thirty elevators, will be erected 1-S
tho Century Investment company and
is to cost $-1,600,000.
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent,  commencing   N'o\
but unlimited as to further dividends���i. e-, after 7 per cent has been paid upon the Prefer]
mon, both stocks thereafter participate equally.   There Is no reason why  tills stock  ai    ,
30 to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 25 miles from Vancouver, on tho first unit of this grait
plant, which is to have a weekly capacity of SO,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and which we
operation by July 1, 1908.
Remember, there is no ground floor plan; no inflated values or huge promoters' pre
prise.
Within one year the stock of this corporation will be selling at a hanfl-Ome  premium
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
10 per cent, ou application   15 per cent, on allotment;  balance in eight equal calls ot
each.
The public .are cordially invited  to  visit our demonstrating plant,    313   Cordova   street,
and witness the manufacture of wood   pulp  and  paper. __.,--v
Open Saturday evening until 9 o'clock. '  . '   '
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER 0.  FAULKNER, President British  Columbia Trust Corporation.
hen it
thirty days
Vancouv
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring no A 339.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?
"Family trade a specialty.
T*l. 113. Office. Eight street
1VEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
OFFICE; FRONT STREET. FOOT Of SIXTH. ���  ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
.1. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart. Lt 1.
Stationers. Vancouver. D. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
ALD. \V. J. CAVANAOH, Member W. -I- Cavanagh �� Co.,
Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc.
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
II. M. HL'RRITT, Western Man-
ager Corticelli Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
J.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General Man ig     West London     Pipe;-     Mills,    lxmd.il,
England,
CAPTAIN' 11. A. MELLON, J.I3,
American  Ll ...-��� .1  el
EUSTACE   II.   JEN.VS, Barrl*
ter, etc., Vani ouver, B. C.
GEO.   E. CATES SM|.
building Co., \ ricou. :
OREELY KOLTS  to merly Oen-
oral   Manag-       P  i 8c CoaK
Soda Co.
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Local Agents:  DOMINION TRUST CO. New Westminster
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
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Spring  Shirts
HARDMAN & CO. I   ��
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
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Spring and Summer Shirts from
the best makers, is now complete.
Made from the best materials, in woven
and printed patterns; fronts plain or
pleated; cuffs attached and detached; all
patterns are new.
Front Street   Trust Block I Prices range from 75c to $3.00
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders and
< Contractors...
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Particular and tasteful men can choose
from our collection with satisfaction. Nowhere can be found a wider variety of
choice and handsome SHIRTS than can
be found at
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ABSOLUTELY PURE
CREAM
TARTAR.
IVaarfy til good* In thi* Un. a. th*
prts.nt tim. art *duit*r*t*d *n<t ia
/tot unfit to uta.
QUXETTS I* iih. by Ih* b**tb*k.n*md
c��t.r*r* .v.rywh.1*.
m.uic  suaarirwTES.
QUXETT'S costs no mora Man th* iaf.rlor
miulfr.ted good*.
E.W.GILLETTOTtfS
TORONTO.ONT.
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All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estl-
mates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the short-
eat notice.
P.   O.   Box  815.    Office   St.   Andrews
3treet, between 8th and 9th 8t.
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Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
ffPRING  (^LEANING
Brighten your Homes, and smarten up your Furniture,
��� with -
JAP-A-LAC
THE   BEST   OF   ALL   RENOVATORS
JOB
PRINTING
Windsor Block. Front Street.
MRS.  E.  M. DOMINY, Prop
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Telephone S3.
New WeatmlMt/M. *��. O. Box 474
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
COLUMBIA STREET
COLUMBIA  8TREBT
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.
Special   Reduced   Ratea   Rouno   Trip
Ratea te  Southern  California-
For fulll information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 HMtinga St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
__jj_ Portland. Or��.
Sapperton
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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.
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St
Real
Estate
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    ^^
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
neM rURDAV
APRIL 4, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
"��'!*Z\M meetings of this lodge
-MWin OddfellewB'halL Colum-
ire
held
street,
very  Monday  evening,
,. o
clock.
., W_FRAS_R LODGE No. 3
��..   .i^sihe first and third Tues-
-^T l&ch    month.       Visiting'
daetitr"n cordially invited to attend.
Lod.ee
lellows
���noni.
bloc
0. U. W. hall. Odd
l(, Clarkson street
BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
r uphk the Fourth Friday fn the
T_ ot 8 o'clock-  in  the  small
goddfcllows' block.	
L^TrOYAL COLUMBIA, No, 8808,
0  F  -Tne re8ular meeting;, ol
ft.',, Lodge ane held ��" 'he Second
i rimrtli Tuesdays of each month
j p. in, in the Oddfellows' Hall.
t^rlTNAL ORDER  OF  eagles,  I
[ Aerie Xo. -"   Mo,'ts every Tuesday :l
. evening at  '  P   '"- irl ,he Eagles'
.all   Columbia    street.    A.   Clark,
n- preB-;  il. Schofleld, Secretary.
ROYAL TEMPLARS OF  TEM-
'pERANCE meet   every Wednesday
t j o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
luni, Columbia atreet.
NS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
"SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New Westminster.
q q fr._Royal City Lodge, No. 3
_\;.,- in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Sti et, �� -cry Friday evening1
aI g o'cloi I. Visiting brethren will
.��� : ome, CH. Clow, N.G.
rj;. Oi P-  <������   recording sec-
���etary.
ItOSE OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No
11., SONS  OF   ENGLAND,   B.  S.��� \
I Red Rose Degree meets Second and
I Fourth Wednesday of each mouth,
to K. of I'-  Hall, ���""liiriinia St., at i
8 p. ta,, White Rose Degree, Fourth
j Wednesdaj    in   each month, same
j time and place.
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.
Our Object
Two matters receive our special attention���saving deposits and
Western interests. The one aids the other���every dollar deposited
with us is at once set to work to promote some phase of Western
prosperity.
Interest at highest rates paid four times a year.
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���_ NORTHERN BANK
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Rest   and   Undivided   Profits, $132,000.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
***m*m*\m*a*SM*\%******\*****M***\%****^
ATTEMPT IS MADE
TO AVERT A STRIKE
Conciliation Board Wanted
to Settle Wage Dispute
Between C.P.R. and Men.
Th
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invite? you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it i.s accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY .MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Bran
aCH.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
ITHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union 1/odge, No. 9, A.
P, and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
So, 17, A. !���'. and  A.  M.;   L.  O. L., :
No, 1150; I.. O. L.. No. 1593; Court j
Sapperton, No. 4B83, I. O. P.; C. O. j
���    Courl Westminster,   No,   330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 20; i
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C,    BAR-;
rister aud  Solicitor.    Ohamb- i
Canadian   Hank   of   Commerce i
Hiding, New Westminster, B. C
.VHKAbl.KH,    BARRISTER,   SO-
** llcitor, etc.,    42   Lome  Street,
|w��site Court House, New Westmin-
Phone 143,
HITESIDB  &  ED.MONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
ilumbia street,   New    Westminster.
��� J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
lose
4RTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE
Barristors, solicitors, etc. unices,
'** Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
���la'c.son and Lome strets. Vancou-
grooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street
'Ph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
MqQuarrle, H. A, Bourne. Mr.
!art,n wil be in the Westminster
every Friday afternoon.
j-ORUl. K. -IaKTII., aarrisiei ��tuu
Solicitor, Qulchon block, Colum
i and McKenzie streets. New West
'""'     B. C. |
���MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solleltoi j
>nd Notary Public, l_�� practice since i
1!>91 at New Westmi-ot*"- nn. Of- j
*ce�� removed to oni8 Block. Clark- j
"on street, opposite Court Houae.
?-0. Dux 160.   Telephone 64.
?- H A N s p o R D.   Barrister,
IBollcltor, etc., Crescent block,
***** Columbia and McKenzie
,,reetfl, New Westminster, B. C.
|��0ARD OF TRADE.-New Westmin-
W Board ol Trade meets In the
JJW Room, City Hall, as follows:
��cond Wednesday of each month,
Sioarterly meetings on the second
"Mwday ���t February, May,
*��������� Wd November, at 8 p. ro.
���BD,,��l meetings on the second
"�����bj    of     February.      New
elect rt proposed   and
ea at any monthly or quarterly
eetln8.    \. lv White, S.r.:
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
SEE Our Crockery Counter
POR   BARGAINS
Cake, and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
Any article in window for 50c
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,4C0,0C0.0fl
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transactsd.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Winnipeg, April 3.���A board of conciliation and Investigation will i.e_;ia
work early in Alay and be required to
Bt ih- what are Uiir wages under presenl conditions for a large proportion
Dl thi men in the mechanical departments of the Canadian Pacific western
lines.
The carmen, at t'he conclusion of
the work of the last board of investigation and arbitration, signed an
agreement which was to continue in
effect until the end of June, but none
ot the agreements of the other trades
have provision-flo this effect.
Formal notice served by the Canadian Pacific on the blacksmiths' union, boilermaki rs, bollermakers' helpers, moulders aud all allied metal
workers, are iliat the company will
not recognize existing agreements after the conclusion of thirty days. The
notices are dated April .1, and the
agreements now in force will therefore
terminate on May 1. The contracts
which have been in the past entered
Into between the company and its
employees have, with one exception,
contained a clause that they "should
not Le terminated by either party
without notification of thirty days.
The C. P. R. today sent a request
to the labor department at Ottawa for
a board of conciliation as a strike
was threatened owing to their agreements being cancelled on May 1.
Manufacturer* and Deaitr* in AU Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch. Columbia St   j
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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50c RETURN
= TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8 A.M.   TO   11  P.M. As Usual
Bank of Commerce
i Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
! B. E. WALKER. President. ALEX.  LAIRD. General  Manager.
! a general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT.
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 portiort of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
F|HE ALA KM BOXES.
^Asylum.
f"110^ City Mills.
JJnarvon and -'>nth.
mX1 im'nuo un(1 Klghth-
ni avenue and Twelfth.
S'.     Mill-.',,     II ,a_.
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
* Ryall'sDrugstore
Send your children and have their eyes tested
FREE
W ACRES. Four acres cleared. Between
this city and Burnaby lake. Splendid
fruit lard. Adjoining land is held at
$400.      PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY __
THOS. R. PEARSON, *.anag��r
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
].,  .,   Mary's Hospital.
rS''C0,l!l and
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211
24-
ii.in'
Park How.
'SaPpertnn
���QllOtfl] B
;l  and   Dutferln
avenue and sixth.
���Milti!1 avenua and Second.
H-jC T^6 lln(' fourth.
TAKE y
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD, CARCROSS^ATLIN
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE    SCENIC    RAILWAY  OF
AMERICA, running through first class
(or CONRAD, LA^ru.^.  sleepers, tourist and dining cars le ves
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and aanv at 3:15;   makes    close connec-
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains (**_eP*| tions for all Kootenay points and also
27-.',!'!1' ;'v""��" and Bllghtt
.���    nir,I a
""' ,U('"ne and Tenth.
i Sunday)   carrying   passengers,
j express    and   freight   connect
mail,
with
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&HS',il" MHchlne Works
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express    mu    !_��..��.������   ���-.
stages at Carcro_s and White Horse,
-aintaining a through winter service
Fo�� information apply ����
'   H-  ROGER.S, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
St.  Paul,  Chicago  and  other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
A. J. BIRTCH
Before beginning to make the Misses' and Children's Dresses,
8kirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We nre sure you will be convinced that It ls much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We wlll be pleased to show you everything.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
This Date in History.
1366-
1783
1797���
1822-
1SIJ7-
1854-
1S��5-
IS..S-
1H02-
APR1L  4.
Kic.iard II. ol England born at
Bordeaux.
Washington Irving, American
writer, born in New York city.
Died at Irvlngton, N. Y., November 28, 1839.
Francis L. Lee, one of the signers of the American Declaration of Independence, died.
Born October 14,  1734.
Edward Everett  Hale born    in.
Boston-
John Burroughs, fatuous American naturalist, oom at Rox-
bury, N. Y.
.lohn Wilson (Christopher
North) Scotch writer and
poet, died. Born May 19, 1785.
-Federal troops occupied Richmond, Vn.
-China leased Wei-Hal-Wel to
Great Britain.
-Large section of Atlantic City
destroyed by Are.
NINETY.ONE STANFORD
STUDENTS SUSPENDED
Stanford University, April 2. ���
Ninety-one men were today declared
suspended for ten days from April 6,
ror failure to comply with the recent
order making vaccination compulsory.,
If this regulation is enforced it wil-
probably serlousiy interfere with tne-
..aseball team, none of the membera
of which -iave been vaccinated. Three
of the crew have been vaccinated, bnt
the others have not yet been done so.
Suspension for ten days at this time
of the year would almost "flunk" a
student at the end of the semester, as
there would not be time to make up
the lost work.
 ,
Many Pilgrims in Rome:.
Rome, April 3.���The appicach ol.-
Holy Week finds Rome ra-pldty filling.
with pilgrims representing the Roman >
Catholic church throughout the world. ���
Owing to the celebration of the papal,
sacredotal jubilee this >ear the manlier of pilgrims is expected to be tho
largest in many years.
A big pilgrimage is organizing to
come from France, and to its membera
(he pope will deliver an addres con-
Ctrnlng the conditions of the church
in France. Another pilgrimage, larse.
la s'ze, is now on its way from the
United States, nnd to it the Vatican
authorities will pay special attention-
Still other pilgrimages are expected
from Germany, England, Austria, Hungary and other countries of Europe.
On account of these pilgrimages
Holy Week will assume unusual splendor in the Eternal City, because tbe
pope will himself officiate In the 81a-
l ine chapel, and Cardinal Rampolla In
the Vatican Basilica, of which he Is
the arch-priest. It is expected that
both shrines will be crowdfH wlfh
foreign visitors. In tact, there Is already an unpredented demand for
tickets of admission.
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t:ie daily news.
SATURDA.
STAMPS WASHED ON SHORE   KIOTIMt IS FEARED IN
APRIL
Condensed
Thc Man
In a Stylish
Suit
FORTUNE FOR WRECKERS
is tho man who fights the kittle 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 WESTMINSTER,
THE DAILY NEvvS
New Bedford, .Mass., April 3.���Postage stamps   valued   at    upwards    of
$100,000, forming a   consignment   in
roci ss of shipment from New York
to Newfoundland have been    washed
ashore   at   the   island   of  Cuttyhunk,
from the wreck of the steamer Sylvia.
The stamps are of the current Newfoundland issue and were being shipped by the American Bank Note company of New York to the .Newfoundland government.    They came ashore
several days ago in a single box which
was cast aside by the male wreckers
Uit  was  ultimately    seized    by    the
women.
Many  sheets of stamps have  been
j ;_iven away and some are said to have
I been sold.   They are in 2 and 5 cent
B. C. I denominations.   One woman is said to
have possession of all    the    5    cent
stamps, valued at $80,000. The stamps
were not listed on the ship's manifest,
the  insurance  adjusters  stated,    but
STREETS OF OLD ROME AdveJrt!?ement^
Published'by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. 0.
Rome, April U.���A general strike has
been proclaimed as a protest against
the fatalities in connection with the
disorders on the streets here yesterday, when troops fired on and killed
three rioters aud wound-ad fifteen
others, four of whom were mortally
wounded. The strike so far has not
been successful.
Most of the shops are open, although
shutters have been put up on the
buildings as a protection .against possible riots. The government has taken
.most energetic measures to restore
order and the whole garrison of the
city is being kept in readiness.
During the noon hours the excitement became more general. The
drivers of the m_.il wagons used to
collect from the pillar boxes, refused
to continue and were at once replaced
by soldiers and the wagons are being
WANTED���Experienced clerks at once
���    :,;.   tire Westminster Clothing Cb n-
pany, Dave Grossman, proprietor.
WANTED���Servant for small family.
Apply Westminster Clothing Company.
WANTED���To buy new    and    seconJ
hand furniture. Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired. Speck & Crandell, Front street, near tram offic
H
ATS   RETRIMMED   AND   MADE
over.      Price    reasonable.    1ST
Auckland street, A. L. Bishop.
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FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINUS)
were shipped as cash in charge of the   escorted by cavalrv
purser of the steamer.    The stamps  g? -
were insured for face value before be-1 pi IRRpp
W
science, mathematics
Box 487, city.
ing dispatched.
STAMPS
��_*_n�� M._.���n, di-.w | LONGEST DOG SLEDGE TRIP ���
i    WINS DRIVER DIG WAGER
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<Qffl5E
Made in
workmen,
and a.best
prices.
Vancouver by expert
with latest machinery
materials,   at  moderate
FOR SALE���BEST FIR CORD
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
NOTICE
ESSE'
SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1908.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE ?
The clouds Of dust on the business
streets yesterday continued to be j
offensive to the public, and very cost- j
ly to the merchants, for some five or |
six hours, and the reason assigned |
was that the merchants 'had not peti-
tionod for the use of the water w-agon. j
Now such a reason might have'
passed muster twenty years ago, butj
in view of our claim to being a pro-1
we think these mediae-
New York, April 3.���When seven
Alaskan dogs drawing an Alaskan sled
on wheels passed through City Hall
Park latw yesterday, their driver, E.
A- Smith, completed probably the longest dog-sledge trip on record, and won
a wager said to be $10,000, of nearly
three year's standing.
Smith is a minister, and formerly
a Government maildriyer in Alaska.
When he stepped In to visit Mayor
McC'lellan yesterday. *he had completed, he said, a trip entirely by' land
from  Nome,  finishing it  in a  month
A. G. Bagley & Sons
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps."
..
HOUSE   OF   QUALITY
MAT
Your Caster Hats have just
rived, in Browns, Blacks, etc.
We arc showing the latest
worn in New York.
Just what you  want!
new. as these.
ar.
shapcs
Nothing So
J.Eugene Brown & Co.
CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS
p.  S.���EASTER  SUITS.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A269S. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
-Agent   for  Messrs. SainiiL'l   May   __
Co., Toronto.
Breaslve city, we think these mediae- jIess than tw0 >eal's a"d a half. Smith's j
,       / .     ,, ,      ,   ,, .   ,      .  reguarity  in   making his   mail  trips
v.al customs should be abolished and i
j through the wilds and snows of Alas-
sprinkling   '        '        " ' '
Westminster
Transfer Co
i
the sprinkling done immediately it
becomes necessary-
Five thousand dollars is a small
estimate tor the damage done to
stocks yesterday, added to this is the
danger on account of an epictemic of
sickness liable to be brought on by
the meats In the butcher shops having
dust driven into it by the high wind.
Tiie superintendent of f..e Board of
Works should be given the power of
putting one of the teams on this work
without any red tape. Every one
Knows the dry dusty seasons-are with
us regularly every year, and it savors
of a backwoods village to find no provision made for the protection of the
valuable stocks in the business section.
Another matter calls too comment
lhat is, the masterly engineering dis.
played In draining the pond that has
hSd nine years existence on the cor
ner  of  Columbia   and   Sixth   streets. I
After a notice had been placed by this j
old water mark by some wag "reserving the fishing rights," two holes were
punched through the bottom so that'
all the  water may now find  its way
to the basement of the Dominion Trust j
Building.      One     dollar    expenditure
would have m.ade the temporary repair
until the city commences the perman-'
ent   cement  sidewalks    so    urgently 1*^.
needed.   The claim that this  worl.  isjff
lieing delayed until the pastage of the "
Loan By-Laws is hardly a legitimate1
excuse, as other works which are In-i
tiHided in the Loan By-Laws are being
carried along now withoul ths delay.
'The heavier summer traffic will Interfere  with  the speedy  prosecution  of
the work much more than our presenl
slack season would.   Somebodya��int8
io get   busy,   and   the greater   the
��� energy displayed  by the City Council
i 'hi- .more interest will be displayed by
landlords and merchants in giving our'
business section  a clean,  bright, imdi
thriving appearance-    Again
"Get busy."
ka with dogs as a motive power, re-: "
suited finally in a wager being made  office 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 137
that he could  make  a trip  with  his j Columbia Street-
outfit to New York from Nome in two : ^^Sgage   delivered   promptly   to
and a half years.   Smith has won by | anv Part of the city,
one day short of ,a month.. He received
from  lhe Mayor an autograph  letter
certifying his arrival in New York. OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT
Light and Heavy Haulm;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
one (1) month from the date hereof
application will be marie to the
(Jovernor-in-Council under Chapter
115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada.
L906, for approval of plans of a bridge
tn be constructed by the Victoria Ter-
I minal Railway and Ferry Company
over the Serpentine river on the line
I of the said company's railway between
Blaine and Olivers in the Province of
| British  Columbia;   and  also  for    ap-
I proval of plans of a bridge to be con-
structed by the Victoria Terminal
Railway and Ferry Comi-nny over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company's railway between Blaine and
Olivers in the said Province-of British
Columbia.    Plans of each of the said
. bridges and descriptions of each of
the sites thereof have been deposited
I with   the   Minister  of  Public  Works,
and in the Land  Registry   Office    at
New   Westminster.  British  Columbia.
Dated   this   1st   day of  April   A.D..
1908.
A. H. MacNEILL,
Solicitor for the Applicants.
ARE YOUREYi
Troubling You?
If   SO,   CO
amined
me and have them J
w= make no char!
for testing your eyes. All wo]
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Opticii
Optical   Parlors  in T. GiffcrJ
Jewelry Store.
NOTICE.
Maple Ridge Fruit Lands ForSal
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IN THE OLDEN DAYS.
The following paragraph,, reprinted
from The London Times of a hundred
years ago, is suggestive of physiographic as well as sociological changes
in tho locality of which London is the i
headquarters: j
"The fall of snow on the North road i
was particularly heavy, and in many'
places it was forty or fifty feet deep.
In  the vicinity of    Biggleswade    the I
���Newcastle coach and   other   coaches'
were  stopped,  and  so completely  In-!
volved in snow that a great number'
���of hands were necessary to extricate I
'them.    The gale was not so severely!
felt to the westward.   The Portsmouth
coach lost Its way on Friday, and was i
marly overturned.    Two female pas-
vvmgers were frozen to death on the j
outside.    We fear we shall  have to |
record a numerous list   of afflicting
r vents in consequence of the  extreme
violence of the storm."
ISnappyShoes
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Most young men must have Shoes with Snap
and Smartness in every line of their makeup.
The above cut shows three of the many
styles of the American ''Newark Shoe" we
are handling this spring for our young men's
trade.
We cater to the wants of these smart young
fellows and most of them come here for
their Shoes,
Prices on "Newark Shoes" are $4.50 to $5.50
a pair.
IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE   RAIL
WAY ACT, and in the matter of the.
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Railway  Company and of the Van-
to,ner.   Victoria  and Eastern  Railway  and   Navigation  Company.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN that
under the provisions of Section 361 of
the  Railway Act, .an  application  will
be made to tin   Board of Railway Commissioners  for Canada, at  the Court
Room of said Commiafljoners, at tha
C ty  of Ottawa,  at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, on TUESDAY, the 12th
day of May, A. D- 1908, for a recommendation ti) the Governor in Council
tor the  sanction   of  B   certain   agreement   dated   the   26th  day   of   March,
A.   D.   1908,  made  between   the  Vancouver, Westminster and  Yukon  R:iil
way  Company  of the one  part,  and
the Vancouver,  Victoria and  Easti rn
Railway and  Navigation Compan
the oilier part,  providing for the Ba_3
by   the  Vancouver,  Westminster and
Yukon  Railway  Company to and the
purchase  by   the  Vancouver,  Victoria
and  Eastern Railway and  .Navigation
Company from the said the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company,, of all  that  portion  of  the
undertaking  and    properties  of    the
Vancouver,   Westminster   and   Yukon
| Railway  Company.^consisting of  the
line of railway in the City of Vancou-
I ver described  in said agreement and
from the City of Vancouver to the City
' of New Westminster, and ln the Cfty
of New Westminster, and all lines of
railway connecting It with the bridge
over the Fr.ser river at New Westminster, and all rights arising out of
any  order  of  the   Hoard  of  Railway
Commissioners   for   Canada,   pertaining to the maintenance or operation
of the said lines of railway or any of
them, and all other property, renl or
personal, acquired for or held by or
;n trust for or on account of the said
lines of railway or any of them.
I.ATKD ihis 27th day of'March. A.
D. IMS.
JAMES JEFFREY,
Secretary   of  the  Vancouver,   Westminster and  Yukon Railway Company.
Now is the time to secure a blockl
this valuable level land, while pricl
are low. Land is advancing in prl
in this well settled neighborhoj
Good roads; schools, churches
ether conveniences: best of shippij
facilities; only one hour's ride to Va|
couver or Westminster.
Apply to the   Secretary Port Hal
nond   and   District   Improvement
sociation, Port Ham/nond, B. C.
Hides  Wante
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery
���AT-
Fraser River Tail
New Westmin.ter. B.C.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspei
without doubt the finest
lection of  HIGH ��� CL
WOOLENS that ever cro��
the pond.
J. N. AITCHIS01
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St., NEW  WESTMINST^
Electric Blue-Printin|
The
Arty Stzt
'Maps, Charts and DrafM
Vancouver   Map and Bli
Print Company,
VatieoiiV'
441 Seymour bt.,
WESTMINSTER OFFIGL?
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch  P. O
Box 645.
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2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
JOHNSTON'S 1
Bis Shoe House,  Ltd
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster
HAMS *t
18c. p��r ,b-
THI
,.t,-.~��7��*.'*t*r>-1    :.'X.,
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL 4 OOOV, proprietors.
Our   office
THE    REAR
Newt block
Sixth street).
located  i"
the   Dai!/
from
of
(entrance
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL
PRINTER9
Dally News Block
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
ADVERTISE IN THE
DAI-* P* SAT.R-AY. "'""��� 4-  '9M-
1 THE CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH , THE CASH STORES
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If Money
Talks
This is the kind of language
you'll enjoy reading ���every
word in it. Every figure in
the list appeals strongly to
those who are interested in
economy.
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Special Offering in
Women's Skirts
New shipment of skirts just to hand. These are the finest line
we have vet shown. They come In all the new Shades in the fine two
-.on.- Worsteds, Panamas, Panagas and Rajahs; etc. Some have self
folds, others with ribbon trimming, others have pleats, etc Tho
regular prices |T12:50 to $15.00, but as :i special inducement we offer
them for two days only at   $10.50
Decided  Bargains for  Women
95c        NEW    WAISTS       95c
Twenty-five dozen lovely new Spring Waists in lawn and muslin,
over fifty different designs, some have lace yokes others full c_i-
liroldery and lace front trimmed with V.leneienne lace, Values up to
$1.7".    Price cut to. each 95c
See  Window.
SILK   UNDERSKIRTS AT COST.
Twenty-five silk Underskirts in black,    navy n,    Copenhagen
green, etc.. made with nice full pleated frill  il best untearable taffeta-
Values to JiToO:   Bpecial; a bi-' snap, each  $5.95
C Hi LDP. cIVS  REEFER  COATS
Two dozen navy blue Reefer Coats;     regular    price    $3.50.    Special   ���' $2-50
Special value
MOREEN   UNDERSKIRTS.
 $1.00. $1.50, $1.75, $2.50
Great Millinery Showing
If you could use Aladdin's Wonderful lamp ami be transported in
a wink to New York and tack again, you'd exclaim. Way ! Here
are the very same hats, the fin", big New Vork stores are showing and
you'd be right. This salcn is cornj I' te an I tin-to-da- \ as it is possible
to be. The latest Paris aud New York models are to be found here.
Come and see.   Our prices are extremely moderate.
Curtains!   Curtains!
Two hundred and fifty pair Nottingham lace curtains, plain    and
patterned centres.   Regular $1.6.  and $1.7,")-    Spec:al per pair ..$1.35
One thousand-yards frll-ed muslin  curtaining,  large coin  spot.   45
and 50 inches wide; a good line at 3..c and 45c. Special, per yard. .25c
One thousand yards, 46 inches   wide,   Bohtlnette   with   nice  wide
lace frill edge. Regular 35c, special  22'_c
lOc   White Cotton Special    lOc
One thousand yards soft White cotton, nice even finish, no dressing,
36 indies wide.   Regular 12%C.   Special per yard  10c
Magnificent Showing in
Table Damasks
For the balance of this week we are making a big reduction on our
"Uperb line of bleached    pure    Irish linen table cloths, .'-j, ���'��� an I :'.'_
yards long.   Regular prices are $5.50 to $7.00.   Special ... $-+-25 $4-75
This is the biggest snap in linens we have shown.
F'> ir hundred and fifty yards new   selected  quality   Oxford   Shirt-
fogs, assorted dainty stripes, in all tlie newest colorings. 29     ���"<���-'
Wide
are finish.    Regular 20c and 25c. Special, per yard 15c and 20c
10c   Embroidery Special   10c
ards, all wldt
Special, per
New ribbons, new laces, r. w gloves.
Over 500 yards, all widths   a glorious offering ln the ordinary way;
20c per yardi   ��   10c
English Print Special   12 1-2c
K we know that prints have gone up in price, but we were for-
���n-te enough, to secure a large order at the mill* at a slight discount.
"ese .���... ,egula_ lf>c and 1?c d prlntg a2 lnches wide.    Our
Pri"-- '���ver, is per yard **
H��Ws * the Hat Beautiful. The  House Value Built.
T. H. SMITH .
Q_E5ir .
TUE  DAILY  NEvVS.
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by the leading distributors, th
' cigar. *
led,
tdies'
dyed
and gentlemen's suits clean-
and    repaired.    Royal    City
A McKelbuck, of Brookfleld, Mo.,
who was pinioned In the wreck,
Ruperinti nded the amputation of his
own right leg, which was cut off with
a pocket knife by a fellow passenger.
He will live.
New-
Jons-
boots and shoes   at   Kyle'
Trj ,-. choice boneless rolled roast
'""in the Fraser Valley meat market.
Phone 300. **
Word was received \esterday even-
lng of t'ne serious Illnes s of -Mrs.
Robert Ramsay, of Blaine, who was
taken suddenly ill during the afternoon. Mr. Ramsay, who has been
laying in this city for some time,
will leave for Blaine on the first train
this morning.
The "Auto" cigii
favorite smoke.
is  becominj.'
a
Oya Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
Thc football players will keep themselves in practice by meeting a scratch
team from the dipper dredge at Moody
square this afternoon. Some of the
players are away on the island competing in the Mainland vs. Island
games.
Buy the meat for your Sunday dinner at the Fraser Valley meat market.
Phone 300. **
Kyle & Sons nave fresh ranch eggs
at 25c. **
The first of the new Gamewell fire
ilarm boxes was received In the city
yesterday, and will be placed In petition i!,irly next week, when tests as to
its efficacy will be garrled out. The
box bears the number 13, but~this is
nol considered by Fire Chief Wiatson
to have any special significance.
A favorite of the e.Re smokers, the
'Iltilliante" cigar. **
Wanted, experienced waitress,
ply tit once, Windsor hotel.
Eight, cakes  toilet soap at Kyi
Extensive    repairs    will    be   com-' Sons for 20c.
tnenced  today to the (Hen bridge tit
the   rear of  the   penitentiary.      The
Ap-
* *
e &
* *
I males, 1 female; discharged at expiry of probation 1 female; transom: d
o Vernoh 5 males; died 7 males, 1
female; in the hospital at the close of
the month 348 males, 128 females; on
probation at the dose of the month 16
males. 9 females; total under treatment at the close of the month 364
males,  137 ^females.
J. H. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office In the Gulchon bloak. Phone 338. *
Prompt Business Methods.
A gentleman in New Westminster
applied for a loan on his endowment
policy to the Manufacturers' Life In-
suiance company, of Toronto, on
March 16th. The cheque was received by the local agents, Messrs. A ���-
bolt & Hyde, on March 28th���twelve
days double circuit Toronto and Ne.v
Westminster. **
dent Roosevelt today, and on leaving
the White House said the president
had offered him the position of special
commissioner on labor conditions in
the Panama canal zone. Mr. Mitchell
said he was not able to accept the
offer as it was necessary for him to
recover his health before he could
take up work of any kind- He said
thai he had no settled plans, everything being dependent upon his health.
Mitchell Refuses Good Position.
Washington, April 3.���John Mitchell,
former president of the United    Mine
Workers of America, called on PresI-
Street Car Panic.
San Francisco, April 3.���Thirty persons were thrown into wild panic and
engaged in a mad dash for .safety today, three of them being seriously
hurt when a circuit breaker on a McAllister street car exploded and sent
a shower of hot metal among the
occupants of the car.
Several passengers were slightly
burned or injured in the rush for
safety, but only three, Miss Elizabeth
Sefrin, Mrs. Olive Valencia and S. A.
Scott were so seriously injured as to
require attention from the ambulance
surgeons wlio responded.
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necessity of immediate action to renew i !,-,���.��� surface of the bridge was
forced upon the boarl of works when
i horse stepped through the thin
planking yesterday, luckily without
any serious consequences.
The first drawing in the Royal City
Tailoring association will be held this
evening In room l. Dominion 'Trust
building, Tliis Is the best clothing
proposition ever presented in this
city. . **
For lakfast, some of our own
cured ham or bacon- Fraser Valley
meal market.   Phone 300. **
Arrangements are being made for
a lacrosse match in Vancouver between a representative cify Intermediate team and the Fairview team
of that city. The grounds where tho
clash will take place have not yet.
been selected, the -first isteps to.
wards  holding tlie game being taken
A meeting of the executive of the
Vancouver Hunt club was held in tlie
city hall yesterday afternoon to confer wilh the directors of the I_ C.
Stock Breeders' association with respect to the making of the Vancouver
horse show an annual event and the
organization of a society for that pur
pose.
For cut flower3, Bouquets or run-
eral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B- 208- ��������
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in B. C. Dominion Trust
block. *��
The .May Day committee )in charge
of the nominations for May Queen reports that a large number of ballots
have been cast at the two newspaper
office, and that the rivalry is very
keen. This is the last day on which
votes can be registered for nominations, and a box will be found at the
Sixth street office of the Daily .News
until  1  o'clock  in  the evening.    The
LEE'S
Handmade
Furniture
Doubtless you have some time bought a piece of furniture- which
was not exactly what you wanted, but which you thought might serve
the purpose.
And it wasn't long before you hated the sight of that chair, table,
Davenport, or whatever it was.
Vou will never acquire a piece of Lee's furniture one day to grow
weary of it the next. It becomes an intimate friend and endears itself to you more and more as the time rolls by.
Perhaps you are unaware how much we manufacture ourselves.
JuSl ask the salesmen to show you over the factory at
only yesterday  afternoon.    Tlie  line- i lQa4ia& -ix names will be voted on for
up of the  locals  will    be annonnc-d I the electl��n of the May Queen.
ideal    location    f >r
Boating, fishing and
Al   place    for   fruit
later.
Burnaby   I ike,
summer cottage.
swimming,   also
growing.    Eighteen  acres, only $110
per  acre.     White.,   Shiles   &   Co.,   20'1
Columbia street. ������
Fancy Cambridge sausage at the
Fraser Valley meat market. -Phone
300. **
No less than  seven meetings were
announced to take place in different
I The moving picture show which is
! to be conducted in the Guichon hotel
��� building next week will be under the
i direction of .Mr. Koniisgy.        ' **
Clouds of dust filling the'eyes of the
pedestrians and causing the merchants
to keep a close watch upon their entrances, whirled through the city-
streets jesterday unchecked by any
action of tlie city authorities, whom
the pedestrians called by a name other
than blessed. It was not quite the
fault of the board of works, however,
parts of the city yesterday evening, | for  the sprinker  is  in the hands of
fhe repairers and not in condition to
te used. Aid. Henley is not quite certain whether it could be put into commission today or not
several of these clashing because of
the hurried manner in which they
had been c.alltd by those responsible-
Two of the meetings, that of the
cricket club and of the rifle c'ub, had
to le aiandonei because of the slim
attendance, a majority of the members of these associations being either
;:t the South African campaigners
meeting at the armouries or at the
gun club meeting at the city hall. The
cricket club will hold its postponed
meeting on Friday of next week.
Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
The Europe Chop House, for    five
years run by Harry Zucchero on Columbia stieet, has  been removed    to
Begbie street, and under the name of
the Fraser Chop House, is being run
in connection with the Fraser hotel.
The dining room is one of the best in
the city and meais at the same price
as  charged  ifl  the old  premises  will
be s-erved at ail hours. Harry Zucchero,
J proprietor,   has   quite   a   large con-
I nection  in  New Westminster,   having
I lived    in    the    city    for    twenty-two
I years. **
We   are
brand   same   as
growers
mndling   the    Niagara
ised   by   the fruit
in    Oregon    and    r com
mended by the officials of the as..o-
ciation of British Columbia. We
can sell it by the barrel or less. It'3
about half the price of other ready
made stuff of the same formula. It
comes liquid and no sediment.
Place orders at once.
- -Moody square and not Queen's park
will be the scene today of the first ball
game of the season, the change having
been decided upon yesterday by request of the authorities, who "consider
that'fi.e oval Is not in a condition to
be used as a baseball park at the
present time. The c;ty seniors, who
oppose the Columbian college nine, are
going on t;ie field with the idea that
they will find the scholars easy picking, but the men from the halls of
learning will have a'iie advantage of
having hail more collective practice
during the past few days. The game
promises to be well worth attending
by devotees of the sport.
Men's clothing, odd pants, etc.. just
at rived.   Kyle & Sons. **
All kinds of pot plants and cut
flowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone 184.
John A. Lee's Furniture Empo
num
TEL.   73.
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DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
., SPECIAL ..
See our window of
!MAPLE SYRUP I
���AT THE-
< ��� . < t
! Public Supply Stores jj
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street. -.,   New   Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
One carload Ashcroft Potatoes, $1.25 per sack;;
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MONEY TALKS
Drug, Spectacle & hit Store
i. vv. Heath, WMof Ottawa, In eharg*
of the OptiUl DepartiJwnt.
The following shows the number of
,>atitmts in the provincial asylum during the month of March, 1908, as cer-
ISed by C. B. Doherty, medical super-
iri.en.lent: Tn the hospital at beginning of month. 318 males, 126 females; I.
admitted during the month 20 mal- s,
jrjanialeB- disabled:without proba-
%**! 1 asaft,' Sharped on probation f
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 t<t thank your particularly for the prompt manner in which
you have settled for the loss, the
claim   form   being  completed  only
five days ago.    and    we    heartily
recommend your company to    any
one wanting  live stock  insurance.
Yours sincerely,
(Signed)
WESTMINSTER TRANSFER CO.,
Per F. E. Cameron, Manager.
That is tha way we settle claims
and obtain and keep the confidence
and good will of our policy holders.
We Intfrt all kinds of live stock
against death from any cause.
Full particulars and rates on application to
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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COLLEGE LADS PREPARE
EOR BIG TRACK MEET
Aspirants For Athletic Honors Hold Trials on Windy
Day-Lawn Tennis.
A
A pleasant entertainment was given
l ,  the Columbian   College   Literary
Booiety 1-fit evening in the science
hall. There was a variety of items on
the program, both musical, instrumental and vocal and literary, and the
large number of college students pres- |
��� nl enjoyed themselves greatly.
Lawn tennis at last furnishes the
very much desired opportunity for
inafny long-deferred "tete-a-tete" between certain of the boys and* certain
ot fue girls; in fact in no prevWhs '
year have the lawn tennis courts been
SO much in vogue as In present one.
A good number of the scholars are
planning to go to the opera house at
Vancouver, two weeks from Monday,
to hear the choral recital "Elijah,"
which is to lie rendered that evening.
Tickets at special rates and other Inducements have been made for t'ne
students to secure their attendance.
A organization at the college that
baa showed especially marked growth
this year is the Y. M. C. A. The increase In attendance .and interest has
been very great and with the building
of the new gym suitable quarters have
be< ii provided for the association. This
last month ,by means of special sub- |
Bcrlptions, their room was nicely furnished with a carpet, chairs, stand, etc.,
��a
and the use of a piano has been grant- ;
ed  by  the school.   Regular meetings j
aie held Wednesday evenings and on j
Sundays,  and  an  application  is  now
soon to be made for recognition  and
affiliation with the international association of Y. M. C. A.
The try-out. of aspirants for the col.
lege track team which holds its nreet
with .UcUill   university     at    Queen's
park next Saturday, was held yesterday afternoon. The interest shown was I
not  nearly all that could  be desired
nnd judging from the absence of spectators the school, as a whole, is not
very strongly backing the contestants.
Several  very creditable  records were j
made,  considering the    terrific wind
sweeping up the oval from the Fraser
and to which the thin suits   of   the j
athletes offered no protection.    Only
two running races were held, 100 and I
200 yards;   in the first winners were!
Prouty first, George Fallis second and \
C. F. Watson third; time 10 2-5 sec-
A good set of teefn 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-����
Gold Fillings      $1-00  up
Platina  Fillings       $1-00
Extracting     50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A    PRO-
TECTIVE   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
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
I
SEALED    TE.NDERS    addressed to
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S-  Princess May.
Princess    May    leaves     Vancouver
February 22, .March 4, 14 and 24 and
April 4.
VAN��OUVER~VICTORlA ROUTE.
S S-   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacou-ver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily;    arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Beatrice.
onds.   In the second the winners were'    Leave8 Victoria 8:30 a. m. dally ex-
H. McKenzie first, George Fallis sec- cePfc Monday;   arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
ond, and C. F. Watson third; time'24
seconds. The quarter mile was run by
McCurdy in 60 seconds.
The winners iri the running   high
jump were Fallis first at 4 feet    \\
m. dally except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except Monday; arirvea Victoria * a.ra.
dally except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
��� 6 Tees
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for heating Post Office, Vancouver,
I.   C.i" will be received at this office
' until Saturday, -April 25, 190S, inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
' Vancouver, B. C.
Plans aud specification can be seen
, and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from \V.
' Henderson, Superintending architect,
Victoria, B- C, and from Mr. Charles
Tossell,  Clerk  of Works,  Vancouwr,
i ii. C. '
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed  form supplied,
| end  signed   with  their  actual  signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
I by an accepted cheque on a chartered
! bank, made payable to the order of the
j Honorable   the   Minister   of   Public
inches, C. F. Watson second, and Ferguson third.   At shot putting Willis-'    Leaves Vi��t0Tia U p.m. 1st and 14th J Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
croft came out ahead putting a dis-1 ��f each m0nth for Clay00-uot' MosquI-1 0f the amount of the tender, which
.ance  of  30
second   with
feet, and  George  Fallis
a  fraction   of  an    inch j
less.    In the pole vault Sinclair was I
to Harbor and way ports;   7th of each j wjh be forfeited if the person tender-
first and Ferguson second, and in the I
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each mouth for _Vhcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
hop-step-and-jump Ferguson was first      VANCOUVEK-NANA.MO  ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30  pm- daily,
Friday and Saturday
Leaves Nanaimo at
,1
events   scheduled  for   the   fourteenth
owing to the
with  McCurdy second.    No trial  wag
made of any of the otn*r of tW6lve , ^^ .^
. leaves   at 1 p.
unavoidable absence of 7 a   m
some of the chief contestants in them.
A gold medal Is now up as a prize to   Ramona-
Ihe Columbian who wins the greatest',     From N- W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
number  of points on  next  Saturday, -     From Chwk* 8un" Wea" Frl" 7 a-nL '
but the original    ruling    that    there
would be no prizes for the contest between   the   two   schools,   McGIU   and '     bUylmer Tra-8'er leaves New West
OP RIVER
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Ing decline to enter into a contract
v hen called upon to do so, or if he fail
te complete the work contracted for.
If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 19o8.
Columbian, is still to be adhered to.
QOOKSLETS
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamons Cigar   Divan
t*TA&. ertlse the town we live in I y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi>r
friends.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lot 12, block 11, Port -Moody, sub
division of lot 201, group    1,   .New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
cate title number 3511F, issued In the
name of Mary Ann Moresby has been
filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.
1 ni-aster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
I Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
I p.m.   Additional trip .Monday 5 a.m.
Leave    Westham    Island    Monday,
! Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,  Sat-
1 urday at 7 a.m.   Friday Q a.m.   Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
' 5 p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and lath;
from Vancouver at 8 0. m��� 2nd
and l&tb of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith,
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
m.
Newspapers will not oe paid for this
advertisement if they Insert it without
authority from the Departroe"*
t-t the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-1 arrives Victoria 9* p.
nf. in a dally newspaper published   In | ,
th.  City Of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid   objection   be
irade to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
LaDd Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 16, 1908.
For   reservations   and   information
"all or address
RD   GOULET,
Ageui, _-.ew Westminster.
...1   Oon
B. J. COYLE.
Phmh  Agent, Vancouver
J- W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria.
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster .0:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45.
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar.-Seattle 10 p.m
V., W. ft Y.���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:..0 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon 6 pm-
Leave Gulchon 6 a. m-, arrive .New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till V p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
tr       ADVERTISE      tu
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If '.'ou   WANT  HELP. I
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 sharv.
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, $S0.00, being payable in eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders', shares.
PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.
The following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and others, hav.
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.).
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D.
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Gr.aveley & Co., Ltd.).
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq. Xew
Mr. A. Cruickshank, ot Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the   v ��� lae of th
con si ated
A. L. KENDALL, Esq., M. D.
W. S. HOLLAND, Esq., (Insurance .gent,
J. A. FLETT, Esq.,  (Hard
Westminster.
raware Merchant).
him.
Solicitors,
Messrs.  Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver,   B.C.
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by
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 t'ne purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with absol tl  ly cl  in and
pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs.   The need of such a ,-,;,],- |B
so well known that there is no need to dilate on this question, the plans of the Company having the
earnest support of the Medical Society, the Provincial and City Health Officers, and everj loctor In the
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the well known Cruickshank Farm al Matsqui
close to the C. I', l... and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line. This property comprise I �� acres of
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture. It is proposed to i ect
thoroughly modern barns with cement floors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a modi n . ���:
bottling plant, shipping by special refrigerator car to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $75,00.0, or about $117 per acre,  a very  low  figure con
the quality of the land, the Improvements and the situation.    It would be hard to find    a farm   bettei
adapted for the   purpose of a large modern dairy.   The terms of purchase are $25,000 cash, and the balance in fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized from the sale of 10,000 wares now offered, there will remain
$75,000 after paying the cash portion of the price of the farm property. It is believed that this amount
will be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings and equipment and the purchase of about 500
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 die City.   The Companj
proposes to give it this authority, so tar as its own barns and premises are concerned, and wlll welcome
such Inspection at all times.   It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to apiioint a committee of Inspection.
The City records of 1007 show 148 deaths of babies under twelve mouths' old, and medical men have
stated their opinion that at least W) per cent., or say 133, of these deaths are directly traceable to milk,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption. It is needless to say that US does not by any
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as It is tin? number of those under twelve months of
age only.
Out of thirty samples of mill, collected in Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion Government authorities, only two samples reach 3Va per cent., which is the average Canadian percentage ol
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as eltiii r watered or skimmed, and were below
3 per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE  PRESENT  DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor is perhaps unaware of the need of the most scrupulous cleanliness
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection of
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.
Without a supply of natural Ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during the
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid ol
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. Tills drug prevents milk turning sour, even If exjored
to the sun, but thin 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 test Is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk is not pure milk; it is only impure milk which
has been renovated, and the impurities to a greater or less extent removed.
The very fact that milk needs pasteurizing is ln Itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company never
Intends having milk on any of its premises in need of renovation, as it will keep only healthy cows, which
will be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to a temperature of 38 degrees, put In sealed bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the same temperature; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the propagation of injurious bacteria in Hie milk, to which is attributable the enormous Infantile mortality In the
City and district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well known dairy expert as 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 tho directors content themselves with pointing out
the well known fact that all tile 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 pro"
of $100 per day all last summer.
It Is well known that In no part of Canada can cow feed be produced cheaper than in the Lower
Fraser Valley, and as similar companies in the United States, which sell their milk at lower prices .baa
are current here, pay good dividends, there is no reason why this Company should not do the same, aa
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices ln handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., should offse
the higher wages of this Coast. ���
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but it will be obviously impossible to get this number in a -vear
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 selling
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and It la b��
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation, am
as there will be probably many people of small means in urgent need of this milk, the shares have bt*11
put at a price, and on terms, within the reach of all.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified their intention of becoming shareholders
SIMON J. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
F. M. LOGAN.
F. R. GLOVER.
A. L KENDALL, M. D.
B. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victoria.
CHAS. M.  MACDONALD.
j.  W.   BLAND, V.  S.
A. P. PROCTER, M. n.
W.  E.  BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L.  D.  TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H.GUNN.
,1. W. DeB. FERRIS.
Ft CARTER-COTTON.
A. C. WELLS, Chilliwack.
H.  M. VASEY, Ladner.
H. G. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.S.
D.  R. KERR, Victoria.
L. T. DIIPONT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
.1. J. LOGAN.
H. S. ROLSTON.
RICHARD S. FORD.
D. THOS. TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,1. J. JONES, Westminster.
H. L. EDMONDS, Westminster.
A.  FLETT.
P. ROWE.
M. P. THOMSON.
H. A. EASTMAN, Westminster.
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 Westminster SAU)r.-A>
APRIL 4.  1908.
THE DAILY KEWS
PAGE SEVEN
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To-Day will be the Red Letter Day of our BIG SALE.   We are cutting prices
 more than ever.    Here are a few SNAPS for To-day:
Men's $15 to $18 Suits
These Suits are in fine Worsteds, Tweeds and
Serges, and all made by the best tailors in
Canada.
Sale price, $8.75
Men's Wool Sweaters
Regular $1.75 to $2.25
Sale price, 85c
Men's double thread Balbriggan
Underwear   Regular 50c
Sale price, 25c
Boys' Suits
Regular $3.50 to $4.00
Sale price, $2.2;
o
Men's strong Working Pants
Regular $1.75
Sale price, $1.00 pair
Men's AlltO Caps     Regular 50c and 75c
Sale price, 35c
Men's fleece lined Underwear
Regular 75c a garment
Sale price, a garment, 35c
This Underwear is a snap!
Men's fine Kid Gloves
Dent's, Perrin's and Fawnes' makes.
Regular $1.50 to $2.25
Sale price, 50c
Towels     Regular 25c
Sale price, 15c pair
Blankets     Regular $3.50
Sale price, $2.25 a pair
Suit Cases     Regular $8,(50
Sale price, $1.45
Men's 25c Wool Socks, lCc pair
Men's 20c Wool Socks, 2 pair for 25c
Men's $1.00 Working Shirts, 50c
Boys' strong School Shoes, 90c
Penman's natural wool Underwear
Regular $1.25
Our price, 85c
Bib Overalls,   sold everywhere for 90c
Sale price, 65c
Bargains on everything in our store.   Shop early.   Look for the Blue Signs.   Store open evenings.
Wcs
nster Clothing Com'y
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor        Columbia St, New Westminster
Mail Service
���ynopsis     of    Canadian      North-West
i
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
ttui-n lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
out reser.od, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head ot a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry mu3t be
made in pt-rson by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
"sency for the district in which the
'and is Bituate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
Tte homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
��< r.e following plans-
(1)   At least six months' residence j
"Pon and cultivation of  the land  in
^ year for three years.
.,:i   A homesteader may,  if he 30
c���'���'������" ���-���    erfonn the    required    rs.i-,
: :-   living on    farming1
J'51 owned  solely bv  him.  not leaa
"|an elSl��j   (80)   acres  in eatent, in
e '' hi. homestead.    Joint,
��s:" ��� land will not meet this
. rather (or mother, if the
.   er aaed) of a homesteader
aa ���'��� :.-  residence on  Banning
lan.i
than
I iy   by  him.   not   less
Bcrea  in  extent,  in
. -  'he home..t.ead, or up-
���u f ii -ntered   for  by him
��- homesteader may
own residence duties by
-  father (or mother).
n "vicinity- in the two
' Taptu   is   defined    aa
^"an:. ���
a d-'.  '    mor6 than nine miie* in
n,   r '   exclusive nf the   wl 'rh
01 r_a i
u   '������  -vanoes crossed    in     'he
as;'"a.ent
15)   i   .
r.,., , neateader   intend.ng     to
(djj '^sidence  duties   in   ac-
��.. 'he above while living
��l J*!^'* or on farming land own-
tor tL^'' mmt notlfy th* agen'"
gj,fc ��* a��ch Intention.
(���_, "' '"���"���'���'���   notice In writing must
v   %lVft-    a-    f,
llaio-'r  "   "e Comn,l9sloner of Do-
lo,. ol   f3 af 0uawa. ��* intention
patent
'���"Hy for
Otpntv a, .-        W   w- C0RY-
N  B_       Mlni..ter of the Interior.
fttli ,,.."""  "1,fllorl2ed publication  A
tor.      mta��ni-Bt will  not be  paid
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a. m.; close 8 a. m.
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daily.
Millside  N'o.   I,   dally   except Sua-j
day;   Sapi>erton   .N'o.   1,   daily   except:
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in Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), dally except Sunday. Return mails receiveJ
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and Saturdays
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and Fridays.
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Return mail rei    ������ d at 3 p.m.
Dispatched By carrier. _:T3 n. n-..:
Bait Burnaby, daily except S-imay
Return malls received a' 11-' P. m.
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Timberland. Strawterrj Hill   Tu a-
days and Frida I.   Bet irn   mails   received Tuesdays and Frtdaya
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daily   (close,   daily   at  the  same
time during wince*- months:
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Guichon. :'' ��� ���-: in, Sunbury. d.U.
except Sun l.v. Return mafia received from 9 a.  m. to 11  a. m.
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at ti p.m.
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. p.m.
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Sunday.    Return mail 11 P- m.
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m., maii closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 36 (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mail
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton. No.   _;  Mlllsld ���
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turn mail received at l p. ��
IMiiSEEE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
LbDVQO OQS^Q
BOOKING TO   AND   FROM    ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN UK ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
May 1st.
For  other  dates   and   particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET,
C. P. R Agent.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal bi. ;iness centers of
O.N r A RIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Abo to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables. atc.,"ad3ress
ceo. w. VAjyt.
Assistant f.en'1 Passenger and Ticket
Aiyent. 1.15 Adams St... Chicago, III.
"The Milwaukee"
The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to!
Chicago,   "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
Nc. trains in the service on any,
aitlrnad in the world that equal in
rjuipmcnr that of the Chicago, Mil-
���;:mkec A St. Paul Railway. They
ah ind operate their own sleeping
nd -     . rs on alll their trams and
-iv.- i trons   an   excellence  of
���-?������ btainable elsewhere.
ROWE. General Agent.
,��� Third 9t.. ror AM��r ~><ytl_^d. Or
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hit Wafer fitters, ftr.
Repairs of all kinds sriven special attention. Sewer connections made.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER, HOLDEN  AT   NEW
WESTMINSTER,
Betwoen Napoleon Authisr ijnd!<-
n:ent   creditor),   plaintiff,   and   H    "-
Boles (Judgment debtor), defendant
Pursuant to (he prd_r ot his honor
V. W. Howay, county   court   judge,
raade herein this 1.'>th day of .March,
II. OS,   I   will  on   Wednesday,  tne   8th
day of April, 1908, at the hour of    II
('clock in  the forenoon, at my offlc-,
court house, .New Westminster, B. C,
offer for sale by public auction, all the i
r'ght, title and Interest of the above;
named defendant, R. H. Soles, in thej
southeast,  quarter of    the    southeast <
quarter of section sixteen (16), town-]
ship sixteen  (18),    New Westminster!
d strict,  r-ont.aininsc  forty acres  more
at tess, to satisfy a judgment obtained
hy the above named  plaintiff against
the above named dftfe-ndant, dated first
o* March,   liiofi,   for   1393.34  and   the
cost of these proceedings.
The above named lands are SU I
to a timber agreement dated the 2i.rh
day of March, l.ol. made by R. H.
f.r.Ies in favor of Ale-A-and<.r .lonn-' -n
and registered the Sth day of June,
1906, an i the above Jndgment filed f��e
: '��� . ,:��� ..,..:-ch. IWfll.
This property has i one and a balf
s'ore-- dwelling and o'lthouses en d
ftereon and two acres ptaffted in frnlf,
IreeB.
Term . of Sale. Cash.
Dated the. 2Uh day of March.  I >08.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Sheriff County of WeefrolttsteT
Moiierate Charges.
Phone A 377
Front St. New Wontmlmtf
i
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Co. Adam*,  Groe.t
Lsdles' Gold Watches trom 112.75 up.
Oentl��men'fl Silver Watches, open
*ace. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Washes, double
r-ase. |7;S0 'ip.
Aeent for the celebrated South Bend
tVafef.ee. aupfillM ��n the Wellmao
Arctic Kanedlt-on     Ml warranted.
Chains. RlnjW, .teweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing-    rnarges   reaaon
SKALKI) TKNUEilS addressed to
tlie undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post OftlO.
Iiiiildlng, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this office until Wednesd iy,
Apr 1 22, 1608, Inclusively, for the construction of the alterations to the Post
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can be se.n
aii'l forms of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to William Henderson, Rsq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unle.;.
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with th��?ir actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter.1
Dank, made payable to the ord^r of the
Honorable the Minister of Publl-.
Works, e.jii-ii to ten per cent. (10 p.c)
of the. amount of the tender, whk-:i
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contrac'
when tailed upon to do so, r>r fail to
complete the. work contracted for. if
the tender be not accepted rhe cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Its^f
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRRD. OELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. March 19, 190S.
Newspapers win not oe )>a.d for this
advertisement if they Insert It wtttiout
authority from the Department.
.hie
:'   __���
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ADVERHSB IN TOT DAILY JOBVt Cllartf Block, New Wei.mlr.ittr, B. C
BO  VIA*r
sxrtmtHot
SCHURCH
j SERVICES I
,.���,.���;.���:.-:.������::-.'������':������'':-: ������::���,.���;.-;. ���'. -:".���:. Ws^MMMHw
(Contrlluitlons for this column mti.t
be left, at tlie office of the .News before
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicate.. thHt no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday April 5.
HOLY TRINITY���Celebration ofthe
Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins,
Litany and sermon 11 a.m. Evensong
..nd sermon 7 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class .at 2:30
p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Morning subject:
'The Sepulchers ln Our Gardens." The
ordinance of the I-ord'a Supper w..l .e
sdnrnistered .at the close of the morning sen-ire. Evening: "Heart Comfort." This is the fifth in t'he series
on the "Heart Life."
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B, A.
Sand, pastor. Service Sunday even
ing at 7:-Iii o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
PAI,���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Com-
munion first. Sunday In the month aT-
tv>r morning service. Prayer meeting
on Tuesdays at 7: HO p.m. Dttr ���;
Lent special services will be held oa
Wednesday afternoons at 3:'10 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
The Rev John Mackay, D.D., principal
of the new Presbyterian Ther logical
college of B. C., will preach in the
morning. Dr. Mackay is an eloquent
preacher as well as a distinguished
scholar, and the opportunity of hearing him sliould not be missed, In the
evening Mr. Henderson will continue
his aeries on preachers and preaching,
taking for his subject, "The Marks of
a Spiritual Man."
MAN'B LEO CUT OFF
WITH  POCKET KNIPI
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'^ 'JHE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY, APR,L
Ladies!
When you're housecleaning  you'l
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
flEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Ego Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Hollywood
Mixed
Paint
It costs no more to-
put on a GOOD
paint than a poor
one.   In buying the
HOLLYWOOD
you are getting the'
BEST.
"Wears on the job���      '.
not off." "
BURNABY SHOWING
HEALTHY GROWTH
' Salt-life in evefy grain��� delicate,
piquant ��� perfect crystals ���
absolutely pure���
WINDSOR SALT,
137
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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EASTER CARDS
It
for the Old Country should be
mailed soon.   WE HAVE THEM.
��� ���!?���
:
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A.so,   Other   Pretty  EASTER  Novelties   gj
J. J. MACKAY y CO. li
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
u
Iti Tti Tt ftr JWti_^iHiltiJla^tH_dMt-_^-Jt-_fcflt_-iV____A
Large Amount of Clearing
Going On in District���
Many Fruit Trees Planted.
Considerable clearing, the erection
of new houses and buildings, and the
carrying out of various works 'of improvement provide unmistakable proof
of the increasing favor in which this
pleasant valley is held, both as a residential and agricultural district.
Perhaps the greatest change in the
general aspect of t'ne place that Has
been effected during the past few
weeks is apparent on the long hill, by
which the settlement is approached
from New Westminster. On the one
side of this Mr, Gordon is busy clearing the remaining portion of his property, whilst on the other Mr. J. Lodger has slashed a considerable part of
tlie ten acres he purchased on the sale
of his former holding to the Fraser
Valley -Nursery company, a few weeks
since. Thereon he will erect a new
house upon his return from a holiday
in the old country, whence he and his
family depart on the 10th inst.
Ihe major portion of the nursery
site, wiiich stretches from the creek
to the bottom of the hill, has been
fenced in and harrowed and is now
being planted. The company is al-
leady doing a good business and there
Is every probability that when a good
show of produce is in evidence that a
substantial turnover will be secured.
Edgar Sprott has commenced the
erection of a wing to his house. The
appearance of 'nis holding has been
much improved by the recent erection
of a new wire fence. New fences
have also been put up by .Messrs. F.
J. Peers \nd Mawhinney. whilst C. F- |
Sprott is erecting a new cross wire
Pence and two pairs of handsome entrance gates to his ranch.
P. J. Ran is planting a considerable
number of fruit trees and strawberries
on Avalon farm. Extensive works of
improvement are being carried on the
opposite side of the road and the adjacent Pleston ranch, which he lately acquired. The former is being'
drained, whilst the latter is being cultivated and two large ranges of fowl
houses have been erected. ��
R. Dodd's new house Is nearly fin
ished and  he  is  expecting to  be  in j
occupation in the    course   of a tew ]
days-
The installation of a telephone ser-1
vice will be an important factor in the
development    of    the    district.    The!
necessary num' er of subscribers hav- i
ing been secured the B. C. Telephone
company is about to erect poles and |
wires.   In a very short time therefore i
Burnaby Lake will be in direct com-
mutficatkm    with Westminster,  Van-
Couver and the many other places on j
the system.
Tenders for Cord Wood
TKNl. KUS will be received up to
SATURDAY, April -I, 1908, for ti-
purchase of 750 cords of alder and Br
log woods, chiefly alder, now pi led cm
the, leaser Valley Nursery grounds.
I-Urnaby lake. Tenders for 100 cor Is
or over will  be considered.
The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
THE FRASER VALLEY
NURSERIES, Ltd.,
New   W��.tminater.   B. C
Souvenir Goods..
AT
| W. C. CHAMBER LIN'S ����� '��"'" J j
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
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*
*
Stylish Shoes
____________________=_= for ��
STYLISH   LADIES
That is what we have.
And every lady that has visited our store has
said so.
We make these claims:
LASTS of the latest styles and the best
fitting points that the last makers, aided by our
long experience, can make;
STYLE as correct, original, new and practical as can be had at any price;
MATERIAL    as  excellent  as money can buy;
PATTERN, design and ornamentation suited
to each shoe and appealing to a refined taste for
the beautiful.
If we can serve you we will be pleased.
W. E. Sinclair
THE SHOE MAN
���
$200.00
WILL START YOU
ON A FIVE-ACRE
FRUIT   FARM   IN
Lakeview Gardens
Finest of rich soil; only a mile jj
from the car line; only a few min- \ \
utes' drive to Westminster market.
| You should investigate
j Lakeview Gardens j
Take an hour off and see i!
something new. Every day you jj
delay lessens your chances of se- ii
curing the pick of the best.
Prices, terms and maps at our f
offices.
*
���.*
|  New Westminster, Vancouver' and Chilliwack, B. C. f
******************** ��������������
THURSDAY, April 9th
WM. P. CULLEIN
��� Presents-
PIXLEY   &    LUDERS'
MERRY  MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
The Burgomaster
With (ius Weiiilnir..,. Ruth White,
and over  half a hundred -others,
including the   Famously   Original
KANGAROO   GIRLS.
Original   Production:        A  Veritable!
Triumph!
Bigger,  Brighter, Better Than   Ever! :
NEW SONGS    IDEAS     SURPRISES j
-
Prices, $1.50. $1. 75c and 50c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store;
The MILLINERY
DEPARTMENT
RECEIVES THE
Newest Styles
From
Day to
Day . ..
The Easter display of millinery is now ready. Hundreds of new
hats depict the latest styles shown in Paris, London and New Yorii
The popular novelties all find their way here as soon as they are on
the market. Among the newest ideas shown might be mentioned the
following shapes: Mother Shipton, Hampton Plaits, Rutland, Sugar
Leaf, Crinoline shapes and  Gay Gordon  Sailors.
Among the newest trimming., just to hand ata the Ne* R0se
Sprays. Foliage Mounts, Paradise Ospreys.
A new shipment of French flowers In the popular novelty shades
has also found its way to our millinery section. Leave youi order early
for your Faster hat. v
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 embroider; are anions
these lines. Per yard 35c to $1.50
Many Novelties
in Leather Belts
Leather Belts are all the rase.
Our new assortment just to
hand offers great choice. W the
of belts are from l'_ inches to
4 inches with stain pe I or em-
tjoSsed patti rns or with open
work designs lined with -lit
Colors aire brown, green, eardin.
al. grey, navy, tan and lilac, and
white- All economically priced.
Each     35c to $3.50
Buster Brown Belts
Made in fine soft patent leather or plain leather,   with   separate
front section or all in one piece.   All sizes up to 36 inches. Eacb .,35c
Strong
Oxford
Ginghams
in neat, clean stripes and
checks on light or dark grounds,
Tbe popular serviceable material which is being used this
season for Ladies' Wash Suits,
Skirts and Children's Blouses
and Dresses. Per yard 15c, 20c
and  25c
Waist Fronting
Embroidery
Fine Swiss Muslin and Cam-
1 ric tastefully embroidered ia
new patterns with rows of ia-
sertion between embroidering.
Width is sufficient for waist
front. You only buy the length
you need. Per yard 50c, 75c,
$1.00 to    $2.00
Large stock of muslin, Persian
Lawns, Swiss Muslins, etc., and
match muterial in embroidery.
W.S.CollisterJ.Co
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
BURNABY
We have 60 acres in a splendid location, between Van-
couver and Westminster tram line and the New
Westminster-Eburne line.
Price
*
$ 1 5 O. Per Acre
One-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Nothing in this vicinity selling at less than $200 per acre.
Malms, Coulthardft Co. ^
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
TO   BUILDERS      YEE   KEE,   TaiV
TENDERS for changing stairs of
boys' Central school will be received
till noon of the 4th Inst.
Plans and specifications on view at
the city clerk's office.
R. LENNIE, Secretary.
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE
STREET
LATEST  SPRING SUITING      ,
ursuitg Cleaned and*2!_������'"
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAIW
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