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 fjute, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
0 ivESTMINSTER, B. C
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NUMBER 92.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1908
Phone 85
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
tl BOAI BREAKS     ; ENGINEER'S DECISION IS
ON TRIAL TRIP smiNE��j��� howay
His   Honor  Jtidgs  Howay    In    the
R flken Valve  in Cylinder Of county   court  yesterday  handed  down
pnrt Eneine Causes Cyg-> decision in *e a^eal ��f *��w*
rO'1-^'6       __  .   .       . | Parks against the    award    of W. N.
Diaper, an engineer, by whose ruling
'��� the appellant Is required to construct
boat and maintain a ditch through his pro-
LIVING ORGANISMS CAN
NOW BE METALIZED
net to Drift Helplessly.
Work Commenced by Wolfram Fuchs, Martyr to Science, Perfected by Brother
the,
uew   government   snag
uh:ch is to    leave    for    me perty jn  Surrey  municipality tor the i today   .ays-
next week, was yester-j
first trial trip. The re
not entirely satis-1 creeK      lne  ^uaeraent    upholds    the, martyr to science, discovered a mar-
Cygnet,
fekeena rlv
Ly give" her
f,. w;1s certainly
1,1 u moved down during I award ol ,tle engineer, and is as foi-, velous secret by which he was able to
���draining of the waters of    Latimore
Chicago, April 16.���The Inter-Ocean
Wolfram  C.   Fuchs,   an
X-ray expert of Chicago, who died a
I creek     The  judgment    up'nolds    the; martyr
She was
matter    of    an    appeal    by
ESdaf w the Department of Pu.lic,10*8'
Ln. wharf where she received her!    ln "��
nd anchors and other equip-  Jo8ePh Parks against an award of W-
o'clock with an officer | fr Draper, engineer, dated January 23,
RAILS WILL BE SHIPPED
ON CHARTERED VESSEL
Eight Thousand Tons Coming From England via Cape
Horn for B.C.E.R. Line.
Bent.   At two
the Samson in charge, she cast
Lfauil pu��ed out i
London being to manoeuvre the boat,
I"1*""0" ��� ���     ���        imade by   W.  N. Draper,  an engineer
from  the award
1908, made under the provisions of the
nto thestream, the ;"Dltchps aml water-courses'act, 1.07."
This  is  an  appea
, , -ini. and then make a trip down
river to the mouth and back. After j*���1* appointed by the municipal coun
Ming the middle of the river theicil  of Surrey  municipality   under the brought the secret process to practical
'"''      (,f the  program  was  com-! nrovisloris o�� the ab0Vi   ���"'������   Tlu' ap-1 perfection-    Mr. Fuchs is planning to
the Cygnet proved every-' Pellant Joseph Parks is the owner ofjmetalize a human body, which he pro
work certain changes in living organisms that transform them Into metal.
For two years before his death he
conducted a series of experiments
which reached their climax in the
nietalizatlon of a rose.
Reinhnrd D. Fuchs, his brother, took
ii])  the  work  where he left  off    and
Jrst pa"
i-nced 'in'1
Ihins thai could lie desired,  answering tlie rudder perfectly, much to the
Idmiraiion nf a   number or
Lo watched her performance
lhe bank.
Then the un
���ilt wheel ceased  to  revolve and  all j
ie ringing of the bell was futile, the i
lilt engine had broken down with a
Iroken valve In the cylinder. The
(teamboal started to drift to the
North Ann. and ll became neeessfcry
ft gel oui an anchor, until assistance
Irrivd in the shape of the    govern-
lent tender Petrel, which took the
ijaghi ' iti tow nnd piloted ber lo
Bch.iake's wharf for repairs. Another
���rail will be made in a few days after,
I:,- en Ines have been thoroughly
Iverhatiled for other  possible defects.
The Cygnel will be   taken   to   the
f    i the  mate of the  Samson,
pi ���    lie will be taken over by the
���Upper,, and   crew   who   are   already'
itcre
provisions of the abov.
pellant Joseph Parks is the
the southwest quarter of section 29,
township  8, and  the  engineer has by
riv,,,,,���,��� ;h'S said award dated January 23, 1908,
directed that the said
poses to put on exhibition in a downtown  window.    It will be  that of a
pauper.    By  the  secret    process    of
f|.)tn|uu-w..w_ min uiesaiu appellant Joseph I mebalization it will be changed into a
Parks shall widen MT feet of the ditch statue, which to all appearance will be
expected happened. Tlie!'11 fll,es,ion otherwise called ditch No. of solid gold.   The cost of this strange
1  and    maintain  1320    feet.    Against  conversion of a human   corpse    into
this award this appea) has been taken. j metal, according    to   the    inventor's
Subject to the second objection here-!
inafter mentioned no objection is
made to the apportionment ofthe,
work between Mr. Parks and the
other persons interested, bul 'iiis con-
lion is thai the widening of the ditch
in question is unnecessary and that
the engineer Instead of widening the
existing ditch should have made a
different plan and carried the water
of Latimore creek-to the Serpentine
river by another route. Tlie only
other objection taken is thnt the
municipality of Surrey should have
been assessed for a portion of lhe
work by reason of the fact that the!
ditch in question runs in part along'
the  southern   boundary  of  section  29
estimate, will be $500.
Eight thousand tons of rails, to be
hsed in the construction of the West-
minster-Chllllwack B. C. E. R. line,
will reach this city direct from England early in October, coming up the
^aser river from Liverpool via Cape
Kom in A boat chartered by the company specially for this purpose. The
cargo will be discharged at the B. C.
E- R. wharf, on which the new buildings will have been completed by that
date.
The rails which will be used on the
Chilliwack line will be heavier than
those in use on the inter-urban line,
weighing seventy pounds to the yard
as against sixty pounds on the present
run.
Work on a large scale on the clearing nnd grading of the route between
this city and Cloverdale will be commenced in earnest this month, a large
force of men being required for the
job. An effort will be made by the
company to have the track laid so
thnt. cars may run into Cloverdale by
the first day of 1909.
HEBREWS OBSERVE FEAST
OF TOE PASSOVER TODAY
New York, April 17-���Jewish people throughout the world are today
celebrating the Hebrew Feast of
Pesach, or the Passover. This festival,
which is also known as the feast of
unleavened bread, was instituted to
commemorate the departure of the
children of Israel from Egypt, under
the leadership of Moses, where tbey
had been held In bondage for upward
of 400 years.
The reformed Jews, as well as the
EVENTS SCHEDULED
FOR THE HOLIDAY
Public Will Have Choice of
Amusements���Special Music at Church Services.
i
Good Friday is here and wlll be observed in the city as throughout the
province and country, as a public holiday. Last night the stores remained
Orthodox Jews, who adhere religiously' open until late to accommodate the
to all the wonderful symbolism and ��� CT0Was wno left their Easter buying
ritual which make Jewish worship pic- mM |ato ,n ^ day and ^nM*
turesque and   beautiful, observe    thei
.,____���-_... f__.(   _t,i_i. ���_.���.._ ������..   .   : street presented a busy    scene,   tbe
passover feast, which means more to' v
the Jew than any other of his religious ' l*>,fting of the  date of the    market
celebrations.    The reformed Jews do ! adding to the number who spent yes-
not adhere so closely to all the syni- ! terday In the city.
bolism of the celebration, but their ob- |    By many of the cltlzens the day w���,
scrvances differ only in that thev are I ���...
. . be spent in fast as a fitting close to
not so elaborate.
The feature of the celebration is the the   Lenten    season.     Many    others,
substitution  of unleavened  cakes, or'however, will take the opportunity to
maizes, prepared for the purpose, for enjoy the fresh air,    and    nuinerouB
bread  in  the household of the ovlho-
parties have been formed to picnic at
MODERN METHUSELAH TO
SHATTER OLD AGE RECORD
Clinton, Mich., April 16.���Frank Mc-
Xally, living here, will be 111 years
old tomorrow, according to his own
statement and the evidence of records
in his possession. Mr. McNally was
born in Ireland in 1797 and came to
America when sixteen years old.. During the early years of the last century
EXPERT ENGINEERS WILL
SUPERVISE CONSTRUCTION
Ottawa, April 16.���No confirmation
i.s obtainable here of a reporl that the.
Quebec   Bridge   company    has    given
dox Hebrews. Each year, as Passover I, ._    .
. ' '      ' , the beauty spots of nature that sur-
approaches, thousands of    pounds    or
matzos are baked" for the occasion, and, rountl the city'    Not a few wiil fll1
it is estimated that in the upper east i their creel with luncheon and rod In
side alone more than 10,000 niatzos are: hand spend the day in pursuit of the
required for the poor    families.    The'wily  trout  in  the  streams.    Sporting
annual sate from the bakeries through- circles will find plenty to attract them
out the city is so large   that   it   re-   during the day, dividing their atten-
quires large moving vans to take them' tlon between thc gun club shoot    at
to the Vairlous points of distribution. Moody square, the baseball game    at
This is not surprising when the fact   Queen's park and    the    intermediate
:is borne in mind that New York city lacrosse match with the Fairview staj-
contains more Jewish inhabitants than j warts at Recreation park, Vancouver.
any other half dozen cities    of    the The latter will attract quite a large
world combined. I number of the citizens to. assist   the
The night ushering in the Passover locals by their rooting.   The gun shoot
festival  is  known as   "Seder"   night, \ will commence at 9 o'clock    in    the
and is made the occasion of a family  morning and will continue    for    tho
nct.ee bf dismissal to the members of  satherin? &*��** *�� �� fecial ^rvica greater part of the day, several valu-
around  the supper table,    which    is able prizes being offered for the events
decked out in a peculiar manner with \ on the program.    The football matcft
accessories    In-1 which it was holied would have been
flSEA. MAIL SUBSIDY
TO BE DISCONTINUED
its staff, but it Is understood that the |
building of this structure will not be matzoa    and    other
left to the budge company or Indeed cldental to the feast.   Gathered around j arranged between the Rovers and the
to the contractors, either, but will be' the table, the "Hngadah" is read and   Westham island team, has been call-
and that as there is a road allowance  he lived in New York city and almost I entrusted to a commission of    expert!
along that line the nmnic'pality should    100 years ago  he was    engaged    in |eggineers, so that the most careful ex-
contribute.
It appears
st ruction    of
recited.
ed off, the Island officials being unable
"The Hagadah" contains a narrative!to gather the team together.   There Is
to   the   eon-
Westminster
; Southern     railway,     about     nineteen
that
the
prior
New
uriving a stage coach from the Harlem
, bridge to the New York city hall-   He
j^pent a
number of years'as a sailor
Ottawa, April 1C���The Ottawa afi-
Hjoritte. were today advised that the
years ago, Latimore creek flowed in a'and visited many foreign countries.
westerly direction across what is now
a line of railway and found its way
pprcsentnt.ons made to the Imperial I ,nt0 a swale and thence ���y a more or
jtfkoritlei by Canada to Induce Great | ,ess deflned channp, into the g-,..
���HUB to reconsider the decision not >nt)ne rlver 0n lhe construction of
foontiD-ir the s���tl9ldy of ��45,000 per; lV rn���wfty the waters of Latimore
jar for tho p. P. R. overseas    mall: creek were  inte. sected   by the ditch
pervice, have \)(*>n successful. i  - --., ,.r..-,
The British government has agreed! (Continued on \*as* TWJ.)
I'o coatlnue the payment of   a   sub- j  _.	
piiti..i subsidy, though possibly not!
|��smt..h as i. now granted. STRIKE BREAKERS WELL
GUARDED   IN   CHESTER
|��TTLERS ARE   RUSHING
TO PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Fort Saskatchewan, Sask., April 16.
fcwumerous    settlers    are    pa8Ring
po_gh bere daily    bound   'for
l"ac��. river
I
the
country,   Many of them
nearly complete outfits, and
|W<M right type of people for a new
. The majority of them nre
P��> 'he Urfited  States
ptuda.   The
ltk��i ��it1i th
I'''a! hew
Chester, Pa/, April 16��� Fifty additional special policemen were sworn
in today for strike duty as the result
of the determination of the company
to operate its street cars this after-
noon.
Strikers and their sympathizers
gathered near the car barn, which was
guarded by 100 policemen-   The snr-
Despite the hardships of his early
life and his many varied experiences
Mr. McNally feels confident he will
reach the age of at least 125 years.
His habits havfe always been temperate and be has taken plenty of exercise. But he attributes his longevity
for the most part to the years he led
a seafaring life. He declares he has
never known a day's illness. The
only circumstance which, caused him
any pain, he says, was when he bad
a tooth pulled twenty-five yeara ago.
of the deliverance of the Jews from' not likely to be any more soccer play
pert supervision may    be applied    t.. |thelr EgVptian bondage as set forth in' ed this season.
every feature of the vast undertaking
It is stated that, with the right men
in charge, the work of reletting contracts for the new structure could be
done, within a year. Announcement of
the government's policy In regard to
these matters will ibe made in the vary
early future.
In the meantime the report ot the
Quebec bridge commission is being
printed and the commissioners are
meeting with the highest praise for
the manner in which their work was
don*.
the bible, and is read by the head of j Special services will be held both
the household, either ln the original j today and on Easter Sunday at all the
Hebrew or as an English translation. | churches in the city. At Holy Trinity
The other members of the family join j cathedril today there will be Holy
in the responses or in the singing of Communion at 8 a.m-, Matlha and
hymns of praise and thanksgiving to j Litany at 11, 'fl three hours service
their Divine Liberator. from noon till 3 p.m., and evensong
The Pesach feast continues for eight I1""1 aennon at 7:30 p.m.   On Easter
days, but only the first and last days Day the ��erv.ces at the cathedral will
MOUNT TEMPLE
IS
SUCCESSFULLY FLOATED
Halifax, N. S., April 16.���The C P
R. steamer Mount Temple, which waa
ttranded at Iron Bound island on Dec.
2 last, was floated today and proceeded
under ber own steam to the eastward,
and eastern
9J  all  expresg  satlsfac-'
"imtry.   Seeding is gen-
A
Wind Does Damage.
���evere wind and rain storm which
i ,*_.._ ��U>r the coast la8t night did
P����ibta damage In outlying soc-
C(,f"'"c,ty'ww,e ,n the busi-
EL "^on. several    nwnlngs   and
Ky]   �� *6re R0,m>wnat damaged-    At J then police cniomlsslonvrs
llai
rounding streets were roped off and ,,���,,,.,,,,. anchoring |n JCojws harbor.
no unauthorized person was I*rmlt-'FOT four.nontbs and a half'the Mount
j tod wlthih the lines. Temple haa been on the rocta and to
��� get ber off, the Halifax Salvage asso
ciation have, during most of this time,
been at work upon her with n force of
thirty men, and have expended on tbe
venture between $25,000 and 930,600-
The steamer was valued at over $400,-
.000 before she struck and it is proh-
NELSON POLICE CHIEF
SUMMARILY DISMISSED
Nelson, Apr I 16.���Peter O'Carroll,
who was appointed chief of police
last September, when the whole force .-������������,
__.ii   .     .mnn.  i.v tho aule that $a0,000 ln: repairs will put
resigned over their treatment by the �� *    " *���
was yes-1 ner ,n Quite as good condition as be-
1 fore the wreck.
CHEAP RATES ASSURED     "
FOR THE CACCAPY FAIR
Calgary, April 16.���the C. P. R. has
announced Its annual horbeseekers'
excursion for 190S, and has a special
feature fixed for the: dates so that
people from the provinces of Ontario,
Quebec and .N^w Brunswick will be
able to leave those provinces on either
June 9 and 11 or on June 23 and 24.
The former tickets being good until
the llth and 12th and the latter unTf
the 25th of that month, thus enablitff
them to reach Calgary. In time for the
Dominion fair. Round trip tickets
from any point in these three provinces ns far west as Port Arthur to
Calgary will cost $40-50.
are celebrated as holy days, in the
large number of Hebrew synagogues
m Greater New York, both reformed
and orthodox, services will ibe held
this morning and sermons Appropriate
to the occasion frresahed.       '   ���
THREE MEN  KILLED IN
CANMORB MINE EXPLOSION
Calgary, April 16.���Three men were
killed and four others seriously burned by an explosion at wbat is known
as the Old Mine at Canmore yesterday. The dead nre bus Capelson and
Matt Starr, Fihlanders, and William
Wlimott, an Englishman, who was acting as fire boss, the latter leaves a
wife and family of four little ones,
who only arrived from England a few
months ago. The Injured are all Fin-
landers.
The cause ot .the explosion has not
been determined yet and the mine has
been closed pending an investigation.
�� & Son's store on Front street, aj terday dismissed from the force   for
^ l'lr��t'' glass window was broken I conduct of a highly reprehensible na-
���' ���"! nwninir <.,,., .    _._._-..  a....       .     a...   , a   ._>���.,>n_   tn  .rr-ent  his
"'IR support, which had been < ture, the board refusing to accept his
fastening  by   the! resignation.    C  W. Young has been
i appointed acting chivf of police.
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This h My 59th Birthday"
William  R.  Day.
Just!c'   William R. Day, of the supieme court of the United States,
I)as """ In Ravenna, Ohio, April 17. 1849, the son of Judge Luther
* '" the supreme court of'Ohio.   Justice Day received his educa-
al "ie University of Michigan, from which institution    he was
'   latea |n lg?0    Twq y^ra ^ he wflg adm|ttC(1 ,��� the bar and
prae'tice of law at Canton-    His public career dates from
Wien he was elected judge of the court of common pleas.   Presi-
fiss i       ,nloy' who was his Intimate personal friend, appointed him
retar.     '"rorotar>- nt state in 1W and a year later ho wa,s made sec.
h   ��� nf "lite.   Ho re-signed his place  in  the   cabinet to accept  the
1  '     ""P of the commission which negotiated the treaty of peace
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Japan  Makes Amends.
Peking, April 16.���With regard to
the assault committed recently by a
Japanese iiostman and other Japanese
upon other native servants of the
American consul general at Mukden.
Willard D. Straight, Baron Hayashi.
the Japanese minister to China, has
given assurances that if any Japanese
-|jofflclal has offended full reparation
for his discourtesy will be made.
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B.y n~'""n ''" ,11p C,08e of ,hG W:11
,-,s|''.',,il'" ' n *eat on the Unite,:!   States  circuit
I  lh.7-"'" Ro��8evelt appointed h'ni a just.re of the supreme
��taftL:nlte(' States.
n 1898: From 189!) to 1903 Justice
bench.    In    1903
court Of
J. Burtt Morgan  Leaves Chilliwack.
J. Burtt Morgan, for some time editor and temporary proprietor of the
Fraser Advance, has left for Edmonton, Alta., where he has been appointed to the position of district agent for
the Great West Life Assurance company. The family wlll remain in
Chilliwack  until   tli�� holiday    season,
SALES FORBIDDEN OF
NEWLY-HATCHED CHICKENS
New York, April 16.���A campaign
against the sale of newly-hatched
chickens for Easter gifts is1 being
waged by the society for the preven-
ffon of cruelty to animals here.
Threats have been made by the
society's Inspectors and one alleged
offender was held yesterday in $100
Bull for trial after an agent of the
organization had lodged a complaint
with the police, alleging purchase of
two, motherless, fluffy-coated specimens, not many hours out of tho s.iell.
UTAH TOWNS SHAKEN
SY FIVE EARTHQUAKES
Salt Lake City, Utah, April 16.���Five
distinct shocks of earthquake were
felt early this morning at Mllford,
Utah, 200 miles south of here. Houses
j were shaken and people ran from their
homes 1n alarm, but no serious damage is reported. The shocks were also
felt at New House, Utah.
Ward Fund Subscriptions
A. W. McLeod 110.00
Daily  News   5.00
W.  C. Chamberlin     5.00
M. N. (Burnaby)      8.00
J. C     1.00
T.  R-  V     1.00
Harry Brine         5.00
WMHam Madill      1.00
when they wlll join Mr. Morgan In the , Mite Smith      1.00
Alberta capital. |A Friend      5 00i
Branding the Logs.
The provincial government has now
a gang of men travelling round t1i.����fthe observing of Easter,
coast is small boats branding all
logs found in the water/" A short, time
ago when the embargo against the export of logs was raised in order thnt
the surplus on the market might be
reduced, It provided that only logs that
were In the water when the order became effective should be allowed to
leave the country, and no logs on the
land were to be allowed to leave. It
Is in order to provide against any
fraud In connection with this that
log3 In the water are now being brand-
oil. Any logs exported without tbe
brand will be .regarded as contra-
i' and. ��� v
be: Celebration of Holy Communion
at 7 a.m., choral celebration at 8 am.,,
Matins celebration at ll a.m.. aa*
evensong and sermon at 7 p.m.
At SL Andrew's Presbyterian church
there will be no services held today..
bnt on Easter Sunday special musical
services will ba held morning   a__A
evening by tha pastor, Rev. J. a Hem-
deraon. Tha sermons will be on apnristt
subjects, la tha mqrnlng "The Fa-Mad.
Napkin" aad In the   evening   '"Etta.
Radiant Pace."
Rev. C. W. Houghton will bald' ner
vices at 8t Barnabas Anglican draM%.
this morning at 11 am. with pnaym-
and sermon, evening service at 8 pjn.
On Sunday Holy Communion will he
celebrated at 8 a.m., morning prayer
and sermon at ll a.m., evening prafyer
at 7 p.m. Children's service will be
held at 3 p.m.
At the West End Methodist church
Rev. L. Thomas preaches today in the
morning and tbe pastor, Rev. F. A.
Magee in the evening.   Special musical services will be rendered.   In the
morning a mixed quartette, consisting..
of Rev. Prof. Hardy, Mrs. Magee, Mlse i
Lena Crake and Mr- Hobblna winning,,
while Mrs. Hardy will render a aolc^
"Calvary."   In the evening   a   male
quartette, consisting of Messrs. Hardy, I
Grant, Hobbins .and Wllllseroft, will
render a selection.    A  duet    "Love
Divine" will be sung iby Mr. and Mm
Hardy.   The choir will render Dudley-
Buck's anthem "Rock of Ages."1
The Salvation Army has for some
time been making arrangements for
Today Captain and Mrs. Johnson will conduct a
meeting, assisted by Lieut. Wright.
Both are good singers and muslclana.
Foliowing the indoor meeting an open
air,meeting will be held at 7:30. On
Easter Sunday special services will he
conducted in the hall on Begbie street
all day. On Easter Monday at'7:30
Major and Mrs. Morris will be In com-
'mand and a sale of work wIN be a
feature of the evening. A band of
children have been working hard since
New Year's and have collected a large
quantity of fancy work, the proceeds
from which w.ll go towards the
hall.
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SUSTAINED Bl JUDGE HOWAY
(Continued from Page One.)
known as ditch  Na 1,    and    carried |
���long the southeast side of the rail-1
*nj io the south line of section 29 and j
thence west by a ten foot ditch to the
Serpentine river. ,
Dealing with the objection that the
iiunicipality should contribute, this is
based upon the alleged fact of a road I
allowance being along the south line
of section 39. I do not know that there i
is proper evidence of a road allowance |
or a highway having been established!
along    this   line    as   no    by-law   or j
Gazette was produced to me   on   thej
hearing;   but   assuming this    to    be,
proved    the    highway has not   :been |
opened and under these circumstances
etfen if the fee in the land by virtue
of the establishment of the highway
is vested in the crown the possession
which is all a municipality ls entitled
to under section 242 of the municipal
act is still in the owner of the land-
This seems clear from the    case   of
Black vs. White, 18 U. C. R. 362, where
Bums .J. says  at  p.  372:    "Although
t'he soil and freehold might be iri Her
Majesty yet the possession of it iu the
meantime until  opened might be in
the  plaintiff,  and  be would    have    a
right to say that his property is not
to be destroyed until tne council desire  to have  the  possession  for    the
public."   See to Robinson, C- J., page
iititi, in same ease to the same effect.
1 hold therefore that the municipality
not being even in possession of the
highway has no intention and should
not be assessed for any part of what
is called ditch No. 1, that is, t'ne ditch
which in part extends along the South
line of Section 29.
In reference to the other points that,1
the engineer should have carried the-
waters of Latimer creek across the
railway by a channel somewhat in the
line of its original course to connect'
with ditch No. 2 it may be, as contended by Mr. Reid, that under Section
2 he would have had power to do so,
'jut it is also plain that under Section
>2 his power also applied to the existing ditch along the railway known as
ditch No. 1 and to its widening and
deepening. In view of the case re
Roberts and Holland 5 P. R. at 353
and the statement in "Henderson's
Ditches and Water-courses Act,"
pages 20 and 33 that question of fact
ant. maters of detail are largely, if
not altogether, for the engineer whose
discretion will not be reviewed if exercised reasonably, 1 cannot see that
the award of the engineer in directing
^e widening and clearing chit ditch |
-Vo. I was wrong. It is possible that
he might, have been entitled to turn
the stream to connect with ditch No.
2, ibut as a practical man acquainted
with these matters looking over the
ground  and  finding    a  condition  of
. affairs which had existed for nineteen
.years, he in exercise of his profes-
:-atonal skill preferred to utilize ditch
">'o. ilxnil no satisfactory evidence has
been brought to show to me that his
���selection and decision was wrong.
H-.would refer also on thi3 point to
I the case oT ithe township of Dover vs.
Uhe towt.srhip.or Chatham 2, Clarke and
ISoully drainage cases 213.
'"���"'ffin view of these 'authorities I dis-
itrtas'the.appeal with Sin.li costs as are
>tf__bwH by the statute.   Sea Henderson's "Ditches and wateV-courses act"
_*��e-33. "���    ���'
���'���''" F. W.'HOWAY, "
'''"���' County doun'Judge.
..' ^ ,L-.Reld. K. C. appeared tor appoint, Joseph Parts .and w. G. Mc-
.ty-ar.;,.. for the respondent-
sunli
soap
five
cents a bar
Jse ft in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel Get Sunlight Soap
and follow directions.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
O. E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
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Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
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$11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, and  ln  London,   England,
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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 times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH O. D. BRYMNER. Manage
TAILORED BY
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TTie Worgatm.no..
'1  suppose,"  said  tije city girl |
'" >lx/ n>ae passing a week in-tlie coun-!
��� try, "t'huf voulrnow all the different :
��� flowers."
��� -1  reckon mebby I do," replied
the o.d farmer.
.   "'What docs a for set me not look !
like?" queried the girl.
"Oil," replied the horny handed i
.ao__<of toil, "it's jist a' ordinary knot
in   a   string   th'   ole   woman   ties j
.around  my  finger  when   I   go  f f
teown an' she wants me t' git gun-
thin.' fer her,"���C_.',,'a?re News.
This Is Worth Knowing
THERE is an impression abroad that
only the exclusive custom tailors
cut up the best imported cloths.
Just to acquaint you with the true facts
we are in a position to announce that
the makers of
20th Century Brand
fine tailored garments for men, import
90 pef cent of the cloth they cut up in
their tailor shops and import largely
from the most celebrated cloth takers'
in Great Britain���cloths like Carr's MeU
tons, Galashiels, Rastric and Hawick
Tweeds, West of England Worsted Suit*
ifigs and Trouserings. Only the finest
canvas, haircloth and trimmings are
put into suits or overcoats bearing their
well-known trade mark. In all respects
they are very superior clothes and are
recognized as such all over Canada.
May we show you the new Spring
Models ?
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
SELLING AGENT FOR NEW WESTMINSTER.
gPRING  (]LEANING
7 PER
/   CENT.
811 *m*^*******\\\v**sass
PREFERRED
OF THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd
incouver
Owners of the Townsite of    PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,    25 miles from V
HEAD OFFICE, 313 CORDOVA  STREET, VANCOUVER, B. c
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of this con
of 100, at |l-00 per share, each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 2.". shares of    p;. <M' ln Blockj
first Issue was immediately taken up by the   sale   and   guarantee 1   option. ��Ck;   this
WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second issue of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. ut $1.00 per share    r
entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preference Stock. 00 ^m
The third and subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to bo announced
to time by the Board of Directors.
WHEN  COMPLETE, THIS MODERN   PLANT   WILL   HAyE A CAPACITY OF
PAPER, AND 270 TONS OF ALL GRADES OF  WRAPPING  PAPET  PER WEEK.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Company reserves tho right to reject uny or all subscriptions, and  further
close the subscription list at any time without notice to thc Rener.il public.
from
ting
180 TONS OF NEWS
resen ���.
lie right io
In ordering stock kindly State whether In the event the second issue of Urn mm is -     .   ,
No bonus stock allow.
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third issue of Preference Stocl
ed after the second issue.
The Preferred Stock is entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent, commencing November
but unlimited as to further dividends���1. e-, after 7 per cent has been paid upon the P i -  ,<V '
mon, both stocks thereafter participate equally.   There Is no reason why this stock Bhould     .   ''.     "
30 to 50 per cent dividends. * fro:n
'vo are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 2.. miles from Vancouver, on the fll I ,,r tj,i
plant, which is to have a weekly capacity of 80,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and ,.h:< n ...
operation by July 1, 1908. *'*'"
Remember, there is no ground floor plan;  no inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the _n
prise.
Within one year the stock of this corporation will be selling at a handsome premium-  then ll win
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
10 per cent, on application,  15 per cent, on allotment;  balance In eight equal calls of   thirty d'va
each.
The public are cordially Invited to visit our demonstrating plant,    313  Cordova   street   Vancouver
and witness the tnarufacture of wood pulp and  paper.
Open Saturday evening until 9 o'clock. ���-_;
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER  U.  PAULKN'ER, President  British  Columbia Trust  Corporation.
W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
J. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart, I.tl,
Stationers, Vancouver, R. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
ALD. W. J. CAVANAGH, Member W. J. 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.
H. M. IH'RRITT, Western Manager Cortlcelli Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
J.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General Man igi.  \\.-., Loq.
don     Paper    Mills.   London,
England.
CAPTAIN H. A. MELLON, J..,
American Llo  I   Vgenl el \
EUSTACE   II.  JENNS, Bart*
ter. etc.. Vancouver, B. C,
GEO.   E. CATES,    Cates ShJp-
building Co., Vancouver, B.C.
GREflLY KOLTS, formerly General   Manager    Pacific Coast
Soda Co.
Local Agents:  DOMINION TRUST CO. New West*.
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For Easter
A CHOICE AND PLENTIFUL SUPPLY Of
Spring Lamb
Veal
Prime Beef
Mutton
Pork
Chickens
Turkeys
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month and I will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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Real
Estate
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ADVERTISE IN
THE 01
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*��, ApRIL
17,  1908-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
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In-
ess Brand varments
':���;>? every man
Whether you are tall or short���stout or
thin���"big" around or "big'J tip and
���n���you can get just the Suit that
suits your
style and your physique in
Progress Brand Clothing..
Look for the label that
guarantees satisfaction.
���Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECR
BUSINESS PROVERBS.
Nut tbe big earner, but  the wise
Investor, Is the future capitalist
The wise ninn knows that wealth Is
not worth getting save for the purpose
of using unil so gets after it. early.
Investment is putting money into
chicken farming; speculation Is count-
In;.' the chickens before they nre
hatched.
The chap who does his work imlilTer-
ently because lie thinks he is above his
joh thereby proves his unfitness for
the job that is above him
The [nan who yields to honest per
suasion slowly and Imperceptibly, as
rock to water, may ma__e n loyal investor when won. IJut he who is quick
to lay hoi 1 of a good investment makes
the most i.. iney.
Multitudes of people sleep soundly
nights, believing their savings to be
protected in the hank.., not dreaming
that the hanks have invested them in
business .enterprises that the depositors
themselves   declined   to   buy   shares   in
because  they  thought  their  earnings
were too large to be safe.���Cent Per
Cent.
NOTICE.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
=    The =
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
you to join thc large number of sati Red Depi
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YKAK.
p r money where it is accessible when you <��� [uire it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
TMINSTER BRANCH.        F,   ��,   LYL^    R^gr.
SEE Our Crockery Counter
TOR   BARGAINS
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Ma:uitc,clitrt.-rs and Ueaierr irt All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors, j
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc. '
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Ula$.\.
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I FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always ia Stock fof Fencing and Draining.
I Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
j        .Telephone 12. New Weetminster
Cake,
Any
nan anonieu mm m y
and Bread and Butter Plates ^m?��^lttnl
el: cost.
article in window for 50c
Willing to < luiiic- ll.
it is reported of the Bar! of Mansfield lhat he once dismissed a servant,
but   wrote  for  him  a   "character,"   an
follows:   "The  hearer,   John .   has
served  me  for three years  in  the en
paclty of coachman,    lie is nn able
driver und a  very sober man.    I  dis
charged hiui  because he cheated me.'
A day or two later the man returned to
thank  his old master  for  the help  he
had afforded hlin in getting him a new
testimonial help-
xpl,lined that his
new master had observed that ability
to drive and sobriety were the qualities
he required in a coachman.   As for the
cheating, his employer had said, "I'm
a Yorkshireman. and I'll be hanged if
you cheat me.".
ADAMS & DEAN
Prompt Delivery
J
Phone 97.
i?^/'��_E_i__raaarES_aiiSB_wr_7r_-a_
ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit lard.   Adjoining land is held at
$100.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
Tho  I.imll'.ii   of  II.
An English actor of some prominence
was dining with some friends in this
country. One of them asked him if lie
had found any American plays that, he
thought he eoukl use iu England, "(ih,
yes," he replied, "I have seen one or
two that 1 fawncy will be ou the other
side. In fact, ? have entered iuto ne
gotlatlons for several. One that appeals to me strongly is a play called
'Ten Evenings in a Public House,'
where I shall play John Morgan, and
ni'.otii r is named 'Uncle Thomas' Ilesi-
dehce,' which has a line part for me In
Marks,   the   barrister."��� Kausas   City
IN THE MATTER OF THE RAILWAY ACT. and in the matter cf the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Rail waj Company and of the Van-
couver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and  Navigation  Company.
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY  GIVEN    '   il
under the provisions of Section 361 ot
ta>   Railway Act,  nn  application  will
;..   ��� ������   ::   Board of Railway Com-
. -   I mi rs  for Canada, at the  Court
dd  i    ami    loners,
City ol iwa, at i leven  o'clock It;
the ton noon, on TUESDAY, thi
daj ol Ma . A. l> 1908, for a r<
mi idal l<_n to the Governor in i '< i ���
for the san< tion o. a ijerl 'in a ���������'
menl dated lhe 2Gth day of Marc:;
A. D, I9j08, m ide between tin. Vancouver, Westminsfer and Yukon Railway Company of the one part, and
tlie. Vancouver, Victoria and 'Eastern
Railway and Navigation Company of
the other part, providing for lhe sate
by lhe Vancouver, Westminster ami
Yukon Railway Company to and tho
purchase by the Van, ouver, Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company from thc said the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company, of all that portion o
undertaking and properties of tho
Vancouver, Westminster ami Y
Railway Company, consisting of the
line of railway in the City of Vancouver described in sail agreement and
from thc City of Vancouver to the Qity
of New Westminster, and in the City
of New Westminster, and all lines of
railway connecting it with the bridge
lover tiie Fraser river at New West-
' minster, ami all rights arising out ut
any order cf the Hoard of Railway
j Commissioners for Canada, pertaining to the maintenance or operation
of ihe said hues of railway or any oi'
them, and ail other property, tv I a
persi ial. acquired for or held hy or
iu (rust for or on account of tho .said
liiu s of railway or any of them.
DATED this 27Ki day of March.  A.
; D.  1908.
JAMES  .JEFFREY.
DOMINION
THOS.
REAL ESTATE-
Jui
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Ltd.
R.
PEARSON, Manager
 and INSURANCE
hOSKJ^a
IT,
lhe Canadian Bank of Commerce
j Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE; TORONTO.
B- E. VVAi.KER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED,
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every fatv-ty afforded  Farmers for   their banking business.    Sales  Notes j
cashed  o- taken  for collection.
BANKING   HY   MAIL���Deposits   may lie made or witl.dl.awn ohy mall   -
Dttv-of-town accounts  receive every a tention. . . ' '   ,("il I
^  NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCil-H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager '
Easter Chocolates
Will Not Seem Like
EASTER
If you do not have something new. You can make
your choice from a full
line of
Beautiful   Blouses >
HanrJsorne Skirts and
Chic Collars and Belts
=AT
/
A TREE OF ILL REPUTE.
Tin- Fresh Juice of the  I'pns  Acta n.i
n Deadly  Poison.
An evil reputation has long been
borne by the upas tree, Autlaris toxl-
enria, winch .rows in Borneo and other East Indian islands. It is still a
Common belief that birds flying within the influence of its poisonous vapor- Instantly perish and that it is fatal for animals or men to rest be
neath its shade. It resembles certain
rhus plants (like the poison ivy) in
emitting a volatile substance which
affects the skins of certain snseepU
blc persons, though others are unaffected. The sap is very poisonous aud
ls the chief substance used by the
DyaUs of Borneo for poisoning the tips
af their darts.
Iu this process au uicisiou is made
in the bark of the tree and the milky
exudation   collected   on   a   palm   leaf
and dried  lirst in the sun and Uhen
over a fire until a thick brown mass
Is  left.    In this state it can be .kept
without  deteriorating,   and   when   ro-
quired for use I* is made into a thin \
paste with the juice of "tuba" root,
which is used to stupefy flsh, or with
tobacco or lemon juice, and the ends of !
the darts dipped Into the mixture and
dried.   These darts are made from the ,
middle stem of tlie palm leaf and nre j
about six or eight inches in length .and ,
of about the thickness of a knitting
n^He.
They are Used with a wooden sump!-
tan, or blowpipe, which Is about seven
or eight feet in length and has an internal diameter ot about one-quarter
inch. A bird struck by oue of those
little darts is Instantly killed, and A
pig dies In about twenty minutes.
The fresh juice of the upas tree,
whether swallowed or injected Into
the blood, ucts as a violent poison,
causing convulsion's and death.���Chl-
<*ago News.
RUrkt In Hli Line.
lr*tc Fnther-1'm getting tired of thi.
nousbsise. You've been engaged to that
young man for six months.   Does he
Secri tary
minster
p-ny.
n
of   the   Vancouver.   Wl
ar 1   Yukon  Railway Pom-
Grand Trunk Ry..
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YOPaK and i
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim*�� Tables, ate, adciress
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket-
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Spokane falls & Northern ity Co.
NelsonS ft. SheppartRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
i The only all rail route between all
'points east, west and south *o Ross-
! land, Nelson and intermediate points i
connecting at Spokane with the Great t
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and Cv I...
' & N. Co.
ConnectsJat Rossland with .Pnr Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage ('lily for RepuhV.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
t Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November    io.
ALL   PRICES
Al
Ryai*
fe , .JL .���. -Bus.   Being sole agents for
and Morley's silk gloves, sufficient is
Th
and
Ji Big Drawing Card in
Lace Curtains
*!>������ pair of beautiful .Nottingham  lace curtains,  3%  yards
C   'w embroidered edge  with medallion effects. Regular $2,00,
���l     $1.25
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3��IT- M. SMITH
!?prt" / The  Store  That  Gives  Value.
"fef,r -
"fcintai/'"      ur Advertisement cf New    Muslins Next Week.
wil      B_rm'e"I%rtsic--duVI__|r'the meal. **
, Under IhSiQusplces of the Women's
Missionary society of the West End
Methodist, church, a lecture will he
given on Thursday hy He v. P. A, Ma-
gen oa "Missionary Work." In t'ne
course of his remarks, Mr. Magee proposes touching upon a number of personal experiences in the Klondike,
where he spent several years in the
early gold rush.
...id but a few
nays remain before May Day, so that i
tTTte children urgently request that th.y '
���tp  assisted  by  the citizens in  every
way possible, and-point out that Oils
can be   pleasantly   done without loss!
n .any M(ay hy patronizing the supper
tomorrow evening. *
>N-������' tr
DUNSMUIR PURCHASE8
ANOTHER  BIG PARK
A favorite of the eiiie smoker.,
"Brilllante" cigar.
the
Victoria,    April    10.���Hon.    James j
Dunsmuir    bas    purchased    Belmont j
,l��|rk, a great tract of beautiful park,
A gang or road men are at    work land adjoining Hatley park, where he I
excavating for the  water main  from  Is now erecting a palar nl home. Bel- j
Truth street to Lulu Island, which is mont park consists of $35 acres, water-j
!to  supply   water to  the  Barnet nnd ed by a line stream and stocked, like j
McDonald   mill  and  the  surrounding Hatley   park,   with   deer,   pheasant, I
residents.   The work of excavation Is grouse, etc. *The two estates wjl give
very heavy  for thc road    has    been  a natural .purl, and game pinserve-of
bulk tip wit.i slabs nnd edgings, which over 500 acres, almo.t on the out_kir s
;n cc. Hates the use of the n\s rather of the city.   T^e price paid fi    Belmont id said to bo'iihout $"0,00
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Datifh-
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A PRECIPk
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1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day .Train Arrfv��-
.. Spokane ....715 P^nv
...Rossland ....4.10 jat.m.
...Nelson &4S ?����������
H. A. JACKSON.
IS   BURNED
HAVE DONE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
MORAL:    DO IT I^QOKING TO   AND  ��lOM>  ANY
I INSURE ALL ^INoA8   IN   ���E   *?' 0��������*
VD ARRANGED- AT. THIS.-OS-
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MIC    MAII-WAY   I'IN'IION
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him ,ii, April IB    rtta au*  pdq
, inn ... iii ni pui m ton 1 mi January 1
i,v in, . 11,1 m.i Ti'inii railway Iwn bad
1 hi..- nn.iiiIm mui. mill till oiriciiiin
.110 1 inn liii'iil nlicii.h Mill Die 0)0 VS
min . Wild "ii" Md "'"' l'"' "'""".V
,, III   I...   Will  ��P"iil      'I'lH'.v   believe  tin.
Micap*
There's no economy in buying
It.   Ai present prices
WINDSOR   SALT  ro.ts  no
more  than   imported   salt.    It is
pure and never cakes.
107 w
INOTICE
In lb., in.ui Mho (lfht. Wis bfttllfl o( ln*>
,., td van tags loompnnj  wlll mtvn in rtftninfoi from
Om  proiPQl  RilOWt&l nl ipi'lUg sUll   SOOllleulS Bl Iiougll  to cover  tho
nullum I    wiinlli'lin    fOI    IllBII
III..  Will I.l .i   i""'l   !���
This Dat* in History.
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Hull  mill  lliM|ioel   III
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MORGAN
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OppQlItt lhe   t'unl   Officii.
Ntw  vvstHMINrtlt... It   ('.
oantnlniI oflit o( providing foi iiii* fund,   but
Hth.il.il:> illld   Pil       Hum   "->>   II   I"   no   mflUOUOD   ItPOU     Iho
1.1.1..i  eiiiployci'M  ol   Ih"  compiim   who
li.u,. I.Kin lephiccl b) .vonnuci- tuon lo
��ll>     llnil    Ilie    lilllei    urn    C'tpllhln      of
i\'li.|. i lliH   I.nil.'i    ncivlon   Iii   Ibn  colli
p.ini   In limn,   i'.iiici.  I ti ii 11 colihl  hn n\-
pmli.l from men  who urn well on In
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THE DAILY NF.wS
rulillntliul hv llin Pitlli Nc��n I'nl.
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\\ lunipnH.     Ai'iU     Iti.    Th.<    llr.iinl
iiniii. r.i.-itir railroad gnnounoti ttM-i
(QUI In.incli Unci, ain lo lie built to
Ilie I'ulle.l Hinton tuMiniltuv, from
W inulpeti to . |>Qlnl l��cuh  Ihe mile-.
w.-i ,>i ih.- lind ii\ci- iioni Brandon
i��. ih,. im nc luinintHlns, from Rwgln i
Ul N.m (Ii ISmIjI and n.nu I'ulnai. !,<
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APRIL   17.
n;.s;   Osorga Vllllon, second Duke of
Buoklngbatn, died.
i vim   Benjamin    frranltlln    died    In
Philadelphia.   Hon in Boston,
.lau. 17, 1706,
I SOU- ������Wlllliim (liliuoin  SlniniH,  novel
ImI, horn.    DIkiI JUM II, IK70
ISIft��� t'onimodorn     Dncattir,    of     Ihe
United  BtStgg  navy, capliirnd
two Aignrliin  vossnls and 600
pl'lMOIWU'la.
U18    Norvlll  QrOW,   I'mstdetit   Western Union Tnlngrnp.i    c-onipan...
horn.    Hind Ki't'-  18, l��0H.
ISaii    .lo-.eph  Kanisey. proinlunut  rail
j rotd nxncutivo, born iu Pitts
burg.
IS..S    Dr, Simon lUrmud aoQUltted Ot
ooaiplraoy Mf*Jnsl tht lite o(
i Louis Napoleon
UO.   Aitenipicd     assassination     ot
Premier U*ura ot span
a meeting ot tha New Westminster
Co operative Society  will  be held in
Eagles' Hall on Saturday, April 18
nl 7:45 p.m.    All persons wishing to
Join are respectfully request ed to at-
11 -1111
Masting win   ibe called    to order
mIiiii'i) on time.
VV. DODO, Acting Beorebary,
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
YEE KEE, Tailor
REMOVED TO BEOBIE STREET.
LATEST  SPRING!  SUITING.
t" Suits Cleaned  and  Pressed.
WEARABILITY
An Important  Feature
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English and American dllliard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
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POoaa  A.US!.. P.  O.   Box   1185
Bowling   AUOy.   1".mder   St..
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A.ia.nt   for   Moss;.    Sam:  !   At.ij   4
Co, Toronto.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Individuality In Press
can only be Imparted by garments   made    To    YObP
MEASURE.    Heady-made Clothing being out for no tody
docs und must luck thc INDIVIDUALITY   that
man  requires.
.
pERS0NAL
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Have Your Clothes Made to Order
We will measure you according to an approved
which iloe. not admit of error.   We create the gai
SPECIAL  ORDER,  fit you perfectly,  and have a D"   ~i
TINCTION  that  will  delight you-    You obtain th.
of   an   organization   ot master specialists, occupying ^TftttrtTf1?*01^
Ing shops in Canada. st tail��f-
entiflc system
XrT.ltS T0 V0UR
an_ di$.
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$16.50
to
$30.00
Our   pr.ces  for  perfect   fitting,  gua^
anteed   Suits   or   Overooats   made  to
your  individual order.
per week
C ��M ia Miy evening and vw will exp
Royal City Tailoring Association
^_ R.   R.  CARVER.  Manager
Room  4.  Dominion  Trust  Building.   New   Wtttrr, -���--.-   -   f
Offlce
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COLUMBIA STREET
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Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
, Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Ratea   Rounu   Trl,
Ratee to  Southern  California
Por fuQl Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore.
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270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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ADVERTISE  IN THE
���*_������....��, FRIDAY.
APRIL  17.   1908.
THE DAILY NEW*.
f   PAOBrtvt *>
TH��� CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH   THE CASH STORES
���������
Remarkable
Bargains
.. FOR ..
WEDNESDA Y
and THURSDAY
SHOPPERS
^���'^'fp&.p;?xx^^^
Easter Gowns
that sell regularly up to
$30.00, all at one price
Wednesday and Thursday :
$2()oo
The early bird catches the worm ail right, all right, and this special ��,
price i il of lii.-.li class tailored garments foi- women will add zest to
M_r big volume of business Wednesday and Thursday.   Every garment
Is fashion's newest���the acme of perfection and good taste ....$2000
Easter Waists j   Easter Waists
Two Big Offer-rigs!
150 brand new Waists
in the latest styles and
trimmings; regular $1.65
for, each 95c
200 White Lingerie
Waists, every one of
them a dream of beauty;  regular $2.25,   for
 $1.25
Easter Millinery
In this section we are as busy as bees. Our 190S millinery has
been universally praised 'by the ladies of our fair city. Our reputation
for high class yet moderately p iced creations Is too well known for
us to Bay anything about it. Su?h styles, such originality. Even Paris
itself ifbuld not boast of a more glorious showing and prices to suit
$very purse.
Easter Hosiery
We are agents tor Morley's world renowned hosiery. The word
Morley is sufficient proof of our qualities. Every new style is repre-
nent.d i9 this store.
Tartan hosiery is very popular this season. We have them ln endless variety; also pretty effects ln fancy embroidered hose from 45c
t0 '..: ' ��2.00
   .11
Women's Easter Neckwear
25c to $2.00
^   A charming variety conceded lo be the most    beautiful    selection
"���'   ��� Khlblted by thisf store.   Among the    favorites    is    the   Merry
"''���v DOW, the Gem bow,  white embroidered stocks, etc.
Women's Easter Belts
  m08t comprehensive showing we have ever offered.    We have
j" '      ,f styles, but the throe favorites nre the tan leather with large
buckle, the white embroidered belt, with pear] buckle and   the
'astlc belt with jet trimmings.
Easter Gloves
,   1     ��� ''ie style3 of Dame" Fashion'for 190...   Being sole agents for
.01e_    ef0US8e Wd in all styles and Morley's silk gloves, sufficient Is
A Big Drawing Card in
Lace Curtains
Exactly SB
""* i" ....
for
pair of beautiful .Nottingham lace curtains, zy�� yards
w  embroidered edge  with medallion effects. Regular $2,00,
��� $1.25
Lo
T. M. SMITH
The  Store  That  Gives  Value.
7   ��r Our Advertisement cf New    Muslins Next Week.
CITY NEWS
There wiy be no issue of the Dally i    In St. Peter's cathedral special ser-
News tomorrow morning, owing to to-: vices will be held on Easter Sunday,
day being a statutory holiday. land  Concones mass and    the    grand
-ri,    ,.    . | vespers will be sung.
i ne first paper cr.a.e of t'ne season1
will take place today from Columbian!     Sunday next will be Primrose Day,
college,   three  hares'  leaving    college! observed in honor of the late    Lord
early this morning, the hounds being Beaconsfield, who throughout his life
due to start on the tra41 half an hourj was seldom seen without one of   the
later.   The run will be over a twenty'modest little flowers at his buttonhole.
mile course. -- i
i     Remember   the   shoe   sale   at   R.
Sold by the leading distributors, tne| Stevenson's shoe hoSse, Begbie street.
"B. <J." cigar. ������ j Opposite Windsor hotel. *���
John Miller, of Port Haney, changed! The annual meeting of A and B
with assaulting his wife and otherwise companies, Sixth regiment, D- C. O. R.,
ll treating her, appeared before Judge! will be held on Thursday evening, af-
Howay yesterday and elected speedy j ter drill. Included in the business to
trial. The court appointed the trial l bt transacted Is the election of
to bake place on Monday, April 27, at, officers.
11 o'clock.
I'.our room coltage and lot, near
Sapperton car line; $600 on terms. See
Abbott tt Hyde, real estate agents. ���*
Flowers for Easter,
florist.   Phone 184.
See Tidy, the
**
Constable  Ix-ane, of the
.lames   Cunningham,   a   prominent
business man of the city, appeared be-
pro vincial [ fore Magistrate Corbopld yesterday to
NEW   MEMBERS OF
CABINET ARE SWORN IN
London, April 16.���King Edward,
who reached London today on his return from Biarritz, held a privy council at Buckingham palace this afternoon, when the seats of office were
transferred from the old to the new I
members of the cabinet.
Toronto Bench Show.
Toronto, April 16.���The third annual bench show of the Ontario Kennel club opened auspiciously today and
will continue until the end of the
week. A large number of prize-winning dogs representing noted kennels
of the United States and Canada are
on exhibition. From all Indications
the show will prove the most successful affairs of Its kind ever held In this
city.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
���SL Astor Grill
The Largest and Finest Equipped   Cafe   in   Western  Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon served from 11:30 a-
m. to 2 p. in., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from 5:30
to   is   p.   rn.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843-
A, N. PRENTICE,   Lessee  and
Manager.
ta-      ADVERTISE      1��
��� IN ���
THEDAILY      NEWS
If Vou  WANT  HELP.
-THE
!
police force, stationed in the city, has
been transferred to the post at Hazelton and will leave today for his new
quarters, a heavy rush of gold seekers is .now fOing in that direction and
more police protection in that region
is desirable.
The  "Auto"  cigar
favorite -smoke.
is  becoming
answer to a charge of infraction of the
by-law which prohibits scattering of
building material over the streets.
The case was remanded.
Phone i_27_ for
pressing, repairing,
hotel.
cleaning,   Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
'flu- ni.i .' initiatory team, which de--
feated the boys' team in the recent
K. T. of T-  initiating contest, will go
In the Easter promotion examination
from Ilie junior to tho intermediate
grade of the girls' school, the following pupils were successful: From
Mrs. McDonald's division, Vera Evelyn
to Vancouver oa Wednesday next toi Sharp, Agnes aNancy Morgan, UUa Vlc-
put on the work there, A special oar'tork McGregor, Klsie Kathleen Kirk,
will be chartered for the occasion and From Miss Leamy's division, Korin
a reduced rate will be made to per- Bergman!, Evangeline McDonald. Mary-
sons travelling by the- car. | Kathleen Howes.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
fine.--     In    I.S.  C.      Dominion    Trust
: i'... i        **
ThvyRoyal Citj Realty company will
i_'\\ week take possession of the
prvuiis?a_ lately vacated by Harry
Zucchero, who recently moved his
?estaui'iv:it business from Columbia, to
Begbie sliv'et. The premises are be-
ing Bxed i_jt preparatory to the new
real e-iatr- unit moving in-
J. H. Crowulee, C. ��., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office in the Guichon blcwk. Phone 338. ���
For cut flowers, nouquet. or funeral .'lfslgn_ telephone T Davles &
Son, B. 20S- ���""
A busy dog poisoner ha. during the
past three weeks killed three dogs belonging to Chief of Police -T. W. Mcln-
lo.-.h. the last murder taking place yesterday noon, when a three months old
pup proved to be tire victim.
chief believes the poison is scattered
in the garden adjoining his house, as
tho dogs were not in the habit of
straying from home.
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced On TUESDAY MORNING
April 14, 1908
^JOHN A. LEES
Mammotk FURNITURE Emporium I
        *     - ��� ���   *>
Having secured the large four storey    building    opposite    Lorna
i
street, and just six doors below our  present  premises   on   Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible.    We
have therefore decided to clear out our immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have ej��.ven cars of new, modern,   up-to-date  furniture  to  place
right i:i tbe new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
This is the. chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
discount allowed on any article you choose to pick out.
Tha! ���
Gilley Bros, have removed to their
new office on Columbia    street    and
*���
TEL.   73.
������������������������������4
JOHN A. LEE
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Corner lot, with small    house    In
Sapperton.  Price $650, on easy tehns.
A meeting of representatives of thei ..������...,   .     .
I lenth street.
different  city  baseball    teams,  which
was to have beeu held yesterday even-      The funeral of the. late Mrs. Annie
ing, had to be postponed on account  Mowbray  will take place this  after-
of    there    being   no   quorum-      The noon at 3 o'clock, services being held
schedule of games to be played   this ?n  St.  Andrew's Presbyterian church
���season will therefore be drafted at a  and    at   the   graveside   by   Rev.   J.
meeting to be held next week. S.    Henderson.      Yesterday   Premier
Richard  McBride and Mrs.  McBride,
bmthdr-In-taw and si3ter of the de-
^__,^_^^^^__^_,      ceased, arrived in the citv to attonri
Apply, White, Shiles & Co., Columbia tho ,���'     ,    ^       ���\cty l0 attend
^ ���� "* funeraI-   The pall-bearers will be
J- J- Cambridge. S. A. Fletcher, T. Gif-
The   schools   yesterday   afternoon ford' M.L.A., P. Peebles, M. Sinclair
closed for the Easter holidays, to re- an* ���*��� Munn.
open on Frld ay. April 24.   In   Miss j    The &m  ���^   ^
Winters room a pretty breaking up fouuA ,u way ^ ^-^
concert was given iby the little tots of not_ __���-,, .   t.      . ���       .    .
- .       .....     nets ��Pread in the river yesterday and
the kindergarten previous to the dis-  lafp    __,,- ,t<- -���������^������      . ���  VT
later made its appearance at Monk's
missal of the class, the children going flai. _��,_-.    ~ ��� a���.    __
' b        flsh shop.   The fishermen say that the
through a  very  difficult program.        fl__f _._ _, ��,. ��� . _ ,,,
"     --^ nrst run or the sockeyes will soon be
Tender..tare asked for the clearing,111 tne river-   Spring salmon are still
of certain tt locks of land within the running well and heavy catches are
city limits.   Particulars can te had at the or<ler ��f the day, 3tx, seven and
tho   office    of   White, Shiles & Co., *'Sht hundred pounds   to   the   boat.
Columbia street. ** Oolichans  are as  numerous  as  ever,
, running in patches,  some nets being
A mass meeting of all  union labor overloaded and others obtaining only
men will be held In the Eagles hall on slight catches on the drift.
Sunday afternoon, when a local trades
Tomorrow the children of the May '
Queen's society will make an effort to '
add' a substantia] sum .to die. fund for .
the furnishing of a children's ward in
the hospital. Daring the afternoon the j
���gWJS will hold a bazaar In the K. of
P- hall, and from 5 to 8 o'clock they
Will servo dinner to all who have the \
ir-.,iiis:t<. two-bits to contribute to thej
fund.    The amount required is nearly!
three hundreds dollars and but a few
j! Public Supply Stores ij
Geo. Adams, Prbprietor
Are now offering for sale a special line of
Dinner Ware
sure to please everybody ;
rrom   $7.50   Upwards
^H   Why use old ones when you can buy new ones ;
t  so cheap?
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster. B. C.       Pho��e 92.
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and labor council will be formally
organized. Representatives of tbe
n neteen chartered unions In this city
will be in attendance. H. P. Pettipiece,
provincial organizer of the International Typographical union, will occupy the chair.
A Special   Knstcr    dlnri':-r    will   be
served nt the Russell hotel on Easter
SVinday commencing at 5:ISO and _a..ti	
ing until 8 o'clock. Rushton's orchestra  days remain before May Day, so tfifct i
will proylde music during the meal- ** ftlte children urgently request that th. y '
*te assisted  by Ihe citizens in every.
. Under thSTausplces of the Women's
Missionary society of the West End
Methodist church, a lecture will be
given on Thursday by itcv. F. A. Magee on "Missionary Work." In the
course of his remarks, Mr. Magee proposes touching upon a number or fer-
s.onal experiences In the Klondike,
where he spent several years in the
early gold rush.
A favorite of the elite smoker., the
"Brilllante" cigar. ���*
way possible, and-point out that this;
can be   pleasantly    done without loss '
��� n any w.ay by patronizing the supper
tomorrow evening. "
DUNSMUIR PURCHASES
ANOTHER BIO PARK
Victoria,
Dunsmuir
"F^fia.
April    16.���-Hon.    James |
has    purchased    Belmont:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ll>?rk, a great tract ot beautiful park,
A gang of road men are at   work land adjoining Hatley park, where he I
cxcnvntlng for the water main from Is now erecting a pnlat al home. Bel- j
Tenth street to Lulu island, which is mont park consists of J:!.", acres, water-
!to supply   water to  the Barnet nnd cd by a fine stream and stocked, like
McDonald   mill and  the  surrounding Hatley   park,   with   deer,   pheasant,
residents.   The work of excavation Is grouse, etc. *The two estates w.ll give
very heavy for the road   has   been a natural park and game piesorvc of
i,i It up with slabs and edgings, which over 500 acres, almost on the oufiklr's
,ncc.<-. liatcs the use of the axu rather ot the city.   'n��e price paid f<    Belgian Die spade. moat U said to lie "about $"0,00
HAVE YOU INSURED THOSE
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VALUABLE HOR8ES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP AS OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
MORAL: DO IT NOW.
I INSURE ALL klNDS OF LIVE
STOCK AOAlNtT DEATH FROM
ANV CAJJ8E."
A. W. McLEQD
BROKER
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I^AGE   SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.  APR,,
RIL 17. 1_
FELINE FISHERS.
All  Cuts   Apparently   __fre  \o��   Afrnld
��f (he Water.
Judging from my experience, cats, j |
wben living near water, are generally
fond of Bailing. 1 have personally
k:, wn three feline fishers. One was a
mere acquaintance and used to fish in
a trout Btrenm. Tlie other two lived
with us. and during the summer
months used to flsh In the bike nearly
every even.'ng. They would crouch on
tbe shore an.l su i.i uly jump into an
advancing wavel. ;. rery frequently
bringing out a small flsh. When they
had kittens, I have sometimes seen
them bring up to tne house three" flab
In thi in hoar.
I know of a cat, whose borne was In
Westmorland, close I ��� a stream, that
. ilar and accomplished Usher.
She was a half Persian. Her da ugh
ter bei ings to friends of mine, and I
have myself >".-u this latter'watching
the goldfish in tbe children's aquarium,
which at that time Was open nt the
top und oil a broad window seat. Puss
put in one paw and stirred the water
violently, then sat down to watch With
apparent satisfaction the terror nt* tbi
fish, which she could not on that o
slou reach. Once the family found ahr
bad caught one and killed a reci nd, so
the aquarium was afterward always
covered by wire or net. One of this
cat's kittens belonged to me and was
for li'��r short life of under a year verj
dependent nn bun.an companl mship
She came up to my bedroom frequently
the first thi g In the morning an I al
ways took great interest iu the n
hand basin, from which she would :
out the sp --��� or soap, and liked to
l. e her i in the water, she had
to be  kepi l   the  bathr > im,  as
more i e - be deliberal   .. . imp
ed into tbi   bath v.-h--n it b id In i; a
di f two or three inches of water.
i I    ghter and gran ! langhl c of
tbe original fisher bad livi i i ��� r wa
ter, I :���.: . the fishing inst! I ���
have de ���: ed, as the thn - _
tion-- all sh wed a fondness for this
element, which ��� ts, as i ruli . ��� sup
;������     . to avoid.���London Sped u >r.
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
Carelessness Is the great sin of most
people.
If a man doesn't acquire a little sen_e
with i      ���     heats himself.
If a man owns a pocketknife it is
hard for him to pass a grindstone.
Say what you please about mor.-i
cour;'-- tbe man who has a lot of it
Is i pular.
Ma. - irtes you tell on B rainy-
day as short as possible, especially If
you tell them under an umbrella.
T. very little use trying to con
who   i   iets  your state-
with   this   argument:   "I'll   ber
yo ." etc.
No mat! highly you may ������ ��� :���. >
your own opinion, remember it does
not go witb other people uni sss they
think ��� . ei do, which, by the
way, th-y geld im do.���Atchison Globe.
A SISTER'S COURAGE.
**r*tr<-< ������   > ���   il_.nl   -tt  an   UiKliteenlt
^*^ ��� aa^ jj. .
tury   lrl-.li   \\ i.mull.
Ia i .ver son    fai lily pap--.-.
and imiii lies of      _-���    -. - I discovered
I .   Mrs. Jeffercys of Blarney c-as-
��� Ue, CoMvr ESS*. -V--��� cystsjiiC i,n
'fic.yiit of a e'.r~:r. ���-:,:!. e Interesting!
��� i_. itself as an Instance of heroism on j|
' tbe  p'irt of the nan-.', tor toward  ber
b.oti.i:-, the Barl ef Qlare, and so valu-
r'.ii- as bringing to light a remarkable
event connc ted with the history of
ttx/se troubiel.times that 1 feel i am
only discharging a duty in submitting ,i
It to the notice of the editor. ^r
The letter ll dated :i Moleswortb
street. July, _S<C, and, among othei
matters, Hit, Jeftereya writes us fo!
lows:
"On the day Lord Fltzwilllaffl was
.fulled, when my brother las chancel-
lor) .���,.i�� returning from the casile after having assisted at the swearing In
of the newly arrived lord lieutenant, a
ferocious raob of no less than 6,000
men and several hundred women as-
stml led together In College arn>eu and
oil along tb" avenue leading to my
brother's b rase, lhe male pa.-i of the
i.. . ��� . ��� e armed with pistols,
t.- . .    -aw .. crowbars and
������ - . other weapon necessary to break
open my bi itber'i bouse, and the wo-
i i d were all of them armed with
i! eli - ; roni full of paving stdbes, This
ferocious and furious mob began to
throw showers of stones Into my brother's coacb, at his coachman's head and
his horses. Tbey wounded my brother
In thc temple In College greeu, and If
lie had nor sheltered himself by holding bis great square official purse before bim be would have beeu stoned to
death before he arrived (through the
back ynrd( at his own house, where
with several smithy sledges they were
working bard to break Into bis hnll
door, while others of tUein had ropes
realty to fix up <o his lamp Iron to hang
hlm ih* moment they could find him
when 1 nrri.-d, disguised in my kitchen maid's dress, my bine apron full ot
stones. I ink-fled with ibis numerous
nob nnd addressed a pale, sickly man,
saying: 'My dear ,1ey'l, whut'll become
of bust I am after running from tha
castle to tell yens all thut u regiment
of lion Is galloping down here to thrum- ,
pie hiiH, etc. Oh, yea. yen, where will j
w.' ko'i" Then (hey cried: 'Hurry, hurry, the hos I* coming to charge aud
thru tuple bus! Hurry for tbe custom
house.' And In less than u moment 'he
crowd dispersed,
"I (ben procured a surgeon for n.y
brother and a guard to prevent another
attack, Niid thus 1 saved Lord.CJIsre'.
life at tbe rime of being torn limb ftw
limb If 1 bad been rof-gt-Izod by an?
of ihe mob,"��� London 'Totes and Que
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If you're looking for something particularly
attractive in Easter Footwear, vou can find it    I	
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here.   Don't mar the effect of your Easter
outfitting by wearing shoes that are a bit rusty.   Everything that's
proper in Footwear for the coming season is here at its best.
r
We've every variation in size and width, and we spare no pains to
see that every foot is correctly fitted.
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Ladies' Shoes
Walking i_.cots, Dress Boots, in lace and button models. Oxfords,
r ibon t.es, colonials, pumps, slippers; all the popular shades in tan
shoes can be found here. The majority of our ladies' shoes are of
American manufacture, and every pair a model of artistic shoe budding.
Men's Shoes
High and low cut shoes in Blucher, lace or button styles.   Selected
leathers of patent, colt, calf, kid, gun metal calf, Russian calf, etc. All
the  new shades of tan  are to be found  in our men's shoes.
^SsWrn
Children's Shoes
We've shoes for boys and cjiris of all
ages. To emphasize the goutiness of
our children's shoes, we'll say that
they were built by expert makers who
make nothing but shoes for young
people and who know all about young
feet and how children's shoe-; should
be made.
Ladies' White
Canvas Shoes
The time for white canvas goods is
creeping an. We just want to remind
you that we have thc very newest designs in canvas shoes that is possible
to buy Our stock is large and quality
unsurpassed.
We would like to sell you your Easter Shoes
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd,
Sign of Big Electric Boot        New Westminster, B.C.
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and a
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age, to the ex .
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I notify the ag��
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N.  B.���1 I i
this  Bdvertl
for.
LAND  REGISTRV ACT.
Wi- lot ���'
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Ni .,   -
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. Ol   M
a valid obji     on
mi in writli ���
cl dmlng an esUti or inb
or in anv pan thi
C. S. KiilTH-
District Beglsl
Lan,l Registry Office, Ne�� VF*
mlriBter, B.C., April 8, 1908
Tho per. on or persona na-vla. a
their custody  or  possession the (o'-
I lowing title deeds relating to the si
pr6perty are requested to del ret
sarnd to Uif un I'" dgned'
(a) lTth January, 1887, New We��-
minster City tfl J Wl on, conveyaiM
in fee.
ci   6th August, 1888, J. VFUsoni
T. it. Mclnnes, convej ince In I '
i- i    nth Novem       ���'���     !
M lnni.1 toVlorence Bl
i onv< i in ��� In fei
\V. NORMAN i;"
Bollelto
Bank of Comn   ���    ���   (11"
WHEN GOING EAST
.^SK THE TICK FT Af;ENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
EiBbt Tra-'ns Every Davln  '
the Vti
BETWEEN
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Up lot 12, block 11, Port Moody, sub-
-division of lot 201, group    1,    Now
Westminster district.
Where���� proof of the loss of certlfl.
tate title Ottflflitr. 3311F, Issued In the
name of Mary Ann Mores y has ho in
filed in this office.
.Notice la hereby K'ven that I shall.
f.t the expiration of one month frpm
the date of the first, publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
tbe City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, un'ess
ln the meantime valid * objection be
irade to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 16. 1908.     'Vl^r'
��,. . ._..'S*%
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R. MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:85,
��.*___>        1 T . I��l        lO.iA
Mill.
16:15, 17:20, 18:40
Arrive    New   Westminster
12:45, 16:30, 18:26, 19:35.    '
Overland    express    arrives    12:��,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAT
Lt. N. W. &.20 a.m.; ar, Seattle 4 ��m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. ft T.���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon 6 p-m.
Leave Gulchon 6 a- m, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Minneapolis, St Paul
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iboth electricity,and ��as'.n in tb��
brilliantly   illuminated   ��' 0
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16 section sleepers, lux��J" (ree),
car, reclining chair cars is ,,
modern day coaches and
brary and smoking car*. m
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7ac Second AT?nue' S (TRlOAV
APRIL  17.   1098.
THE DAILY NEWS.
*-AGfc ssrrw
Count the Dots and
Win a Valuable Prize
As we are anxious to introduce Hooper's Amber Tea, we are giving absolutely free three valuable prizes,
viz.. a White -sewing machine, a ladies' or gents' bicycle, and an afternoon china tea .service.
Hooper's Amber Tea is a high grade breakfast tea of Bpecial blending, and is considered by those who use
it to be the best 50c tea on the market, having a most excellent flavor while the aroma is unexcelled. It ls not
adultered by being blended with other inferior teas. Vou ean make a cup of good tea at the cost of one-
third of a cent If you use Hooper's Amber Ten. and one- and one-half or two cents provide for a family breakfast. If in any event, after purchas'ng a pound package of Hooper's Amber Tea, you find it is not what it is
claimed to be, and that you do not like it, your money will l.v chr-ei fully refunded by returning the unused
portion of the package.
CONDITIONS OF THE DOT PUZZLE CONTEST.
In order to get either one of these useful articles, all that it Is necessary for you to do. is to count the
dots contained ln the body of the teapol cut shown, accompanied by your system of counting and recording,
filling ui your total together with yonr name on the blank corner of the coupon and attach it to a one pound
kibe! of  Hooper's  Amber Tea.     Bring or mail your answer to The House of Hooper, Vancouver. B. C.
Should there be more than one correct answer,  lhe  winner will be decided upon who has sent in the best
tem of counting, which will count as 50 per cent.
Remember there is no catch in this offer.    Ii is simply a matter of skill in counting, and for every pound
age of Hooper's  Amber Tea you buy. you are entitled to another chance in the contest. The day on which
this contest closes will be announc d later.
HOOPER'S AMBER TEA AT 50c IS  UNEXCELLED.
First prize to the lady or
gentleman sending in the
nearest correct answer and best
system of counting, we will give
absolutely free a White Sewing
Machine.
Second prize to the best sending in the next nearest answer
and best system of counting, we
will give absolutely free a high
gra'de Bicycle.
Third prize. To the lady sending in the best third answer and
system, we will give a beautiful
afternoon China Tea Service.
:-7��KBSK.
ONCE YOU  USE AMBER TEA    YOU  WILL  USE   NO   OTHER-
Amber Tea is sold by C. A. WELSH
COUPON N
Amber Tea
Pin this to the label of one
pound package of Amber Tea
and send to House of Hooper,
538 Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.
Name   	
Address   	
My count ls 	
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Irltlsh Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
SS   Princese  May.
,l,;: May    loaves    Vancouver
"bruarj ._, March 4, 14 and 24 and
April i
VAN90UVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
S S   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria tl:30 p. m. dally.
. L";"" Victoria 1 a. m. daily;    at-
rlVB�� Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
8.8, Princess  Beatrice.
Waves Victoria 8:3o a. m- rtall.s ��� ���*���
cel't Monday;    arrives Seattle '...Id p.
����� daily except Monday.
Waves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dully ex-
*j* Monday; arlrves Victoria ' a.m.
flal|y except Tuesday.
WEST COAST   ROUTE.
88  Ties
'-paves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
Web month for Claynquot, Mosqul-
"arbor and way ports;   7th of each
���2othth for Qutt,,no ��n<�� w��y p��rtB;
lh ot sach month for Ahcuset, Quat-
p,����.Cai.e8oott and way porta
V*NCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE.
, 8. S. Joan
***im Vancouver 1:30 pm. dally,
except Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p tn. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVKR.
itamonn���
Prom N. VV. Tu��� Th��� Sat. 8 a.m.
Fr-.f r"-wk. Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. 7 *. in
LOWEH   rRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfei leaves N'ew West-
j minster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
: Thursday. Frida} and Suturday at 2
I p.m. Add.tlonal trip Monday 5 a.m.
! Leave Westham Island Monday,
j Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
I urdiiy ut 7 a.m. Friday 0 a.m. Additional tr.; -s: ������ laj leave Ladner at
,"i ii.iii.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUNO.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
1 Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wedm s-
day, from Vancouver   10   a.m. ever?
Th'irsday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at victoria
'��� Mondav momma, via Lfldyamith.
'VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
8.S. City of Nansimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.: arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
I_eav.es Nanaimo Saturday '-' p. m-:
arrives Victoria �� P   m-
For   reservations   ��nd   mrornistlo.
*.H or address
m cinirwT
Acent   New Westminster
Agent.     ^   f  roYt.n.
Aa*. Oen  Pa* Agent, Vancouver.
NOTICE
STEAMBOAT  DRAMA.
rfft��f-m-.   P��1��0*��   Thnt   lurnl.li   ��w
K-r'.nliimrnt   For River Town,.
Anybody who lives In a town on the
banks of the .Mississippi river and
hears a calliope play at 5 o'clock In
tho morning knows Unit It Is not a circus that is coming to town. It Is th*
floating palace, which Is the name given to a unique form of theatrical transportation entertainment that is used
only on the river and Its trfbutaries,
tbe Ohio nnd the Missouri.
There are at the present time mor��
thnn a dozen floating palnees. Each
*t (honi carries a well equipped stage,
s company of from sixteen to tbirty-
flve actors and actresses, and has seat
Ing capacity for from 200 to 700 persons. Each of the boats has a steam
piano with which the people from th*
countryside are called to the landings,
where the shows are given oa th*
bouts, nnd most of the boats carry
pretty fair bunds.
Nowhere else in this country or
thread is tbe drama carried up and
down rivers on steamboats. Barring
the railroad, the favorite means of
transportation In England and in continental Europe Is the wagon. Ther*
are many wagon shows In this country, but they would lind It difficult t*
reach all the towns thnt are easily
reached by the floating palaces. Many
of the towns that get nil their dramatic
sustenance from these floating playhouses have no railroad connections
whatever. If It were not for the
nhows that float down or up to them
by liont they would have to go without
tbeatrlcnl fare.
Mark Twain, who knows the big riv-
r.r about as well as anybody, used to
be well acquainted with the old time
managers Of a few of the floating palaces. He introduces one of them Into
"Huckleberry Finn." But times change,
and men change with them, and the
floating palace o,f today is much more
elaborate and much finer thnn were the
floating palaces of the older time.
They play to thousands of persons
each season, and they glVe pretty good
shows. Their managers, who live In
Cincinnati anil St. Louis, make good
profits ou tli* investment.���1'hlcago
Tribune.
FRENCH  RED  TAPE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
one (1) month from the date liereof
application will he made ^w the
Qovernor-ln-Council unuer cnaptet
LIB Of the lit vised Statutes of Canada,
1000. for -Approval of plans of a bfldgi
to be constructed by the ViotOrla Ter
mlnal Railway and Kerry Company
over the Sen entlne river on the line
of the said company's railway between
Blaine and Olivers In the Province of
British Columbia; and also for approval of plans of a bridge to be con*
strutted ,l.y the Victoria Terminal
Hallway and Ferry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company s railway between Blaine and
Olivers 19 the said Province of British
Columbia. Plans of each of the sold
k-ddges and descriptions of 'each of
the sites thereof have been deposited
w th 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.
A  Professor,  His  Lobster*  and  S*m*
Casks of Sea Water.
Last year a professor In one of the
Paris universities resolved to stddy th*
habits of lobsters ln his laboratory. \b
they live ln salt water, the first care
of the professor wus, of course, to procure a supply of this medium. The'
common mortal will probably consider
it a most simple task���to provide a few
barrels of sea water. This, however,
ts not so In France. Sea water contains salt, and the production of salt is
a source of revenue. This made lt
necessary for the professor to first obtain the permission of the minister of
finance before he could travel aud
transport the water. When his application reached the ministry, a subordinate official was directed to Inquire
Into tbe standing of the petitioner.
This Involved considerable correspondence, which passed through numerous
channels and finally reached the chief
of the department, who now Initiated
another investigation In order to ascertain why a Parisian professor
should b* so anxious to lower th*
level of th* Atlantic ocean. After several weeks the inspector made favorable report Bom* days later the petitioner was notified of the favorable
consideration of his request In the
usual elaborate official language, accompanied ay circular* giving extract*
from tb* penal' cod* . relative to Infringements of th* salt monopoly.
Finally, after months of waiting, th*
professor waa enabled to have soft*
iasks filled with salt water at a dea-
Ignated point on the seashore, of
course under the supervision of another official, who duly laaued a permit
for the transportation of tbe liquid into
the interior. ���' *
Th* Way to War them.
Borne young women in England have
begun to. dress out and out like men.
They wear a long coat cut like a bunting coat, a cap, riding breeches aud top
boots. It Is n handsome costume, nnd
It Is not Immodest, but undoubtedly It
attracts a good deal of attention. They
have been telling In London a stor,<
about n girl who adopted this riding
rig. Pulling up her horse one after
noon, she .aid to an artisan who was
passing, "Can you tell', mc If this Is
the wuy to Wnrcham?" The man look
wl her over eurefiilly, then be touched
bis cap In n respectful uinniier and re
piled, "Yes. miss, yes���you seem to
'ave got 'cm on all right."
���| We are showing
a wide range of
fancy wonted suitings at $20.
Stitching
was little
known in those days of pelts.
I| Compare the painstaking
methods of clothes making of
to-day with the garb of early
years.
tj Tailoring has become an
art, and but (ew can exhibit
the talent and refinement that
are embodied in
CLOTHES
H. L. DcBECK, New Westminster
SEALKD   TENDERS    adaressed to
i bank, made payable to the order of the
I Honorable the Minister of Publi?
| Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
| of the amount of the tender, wtiiih
j will be forfeited If the person tend at.
| ing decline to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for.    If
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tend rl the ten(ler be not acce|lte(1 tl)e ch0(1,,e
for heating   Post   Office, Vancouver, | wll| De returned.
The Department does not b:nd its .if
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 19, 190(1.
Newspapers win not ue p-ald for this
advertisement If they Insert It without
authority from the Department.
tCNDCRS
B C," will be received at this office
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans and specification can be seeu
and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from W.
Henderson, Superintending architect,
Victoria, B. C, and from Mr. Charles
Tossell, Clerk of Works, Vancouver,
0. 0.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders wlll not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
end signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied TENDERS addressed to the under-
bv an accepted cheque on a chartered | signed at Ottawa, ln sealed envelopes
bank, made payable to the order ot the i.and marked on the envelopes ''Tender
Honorable the Minister of Public ! for New Cruiser for British Colu_^t|a,"
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 |.rf) , will'be received up to the ��� V
of the amount of the tender, which; FIRST DAY OP MAY NEJ(i,|
will be forfeited If the person trader- [ for the construction of a twin jefew
Ing decline lto 'enter Into a ccHftradrstjSel *crulseV IfoV-'flst.eWBJ-'^rotapfion
v hen called upon to do so, or if he fall .service In British Columbia water! of
(/. complete the work contracted for. j the following leading dimensions,
If the tender be not accepted -the [namely fen ith i'over" all '. 250 r *%et,
cheque will be returned. '   *    : breadth of'beam-moulded i% feet fcnd
The Department does not bind itself j depth from top of ktel plate to top of
to accept the lowest or any tender. "I1 beams ut Bldt. 1-7 ieei} and to he delivered at Victoria, B- C.        .ft
Plans and spectflci-tiou. ot this
steamer can be seen at. the Department of Marine and .Fisheries,, Ottawa,
at the offices of the Collectors of Customs at"-Toronto,' Hi-Hilltop, (.olllng-
wood, Midland, Vancouver and Sydney, ,\, S��� and at the agencies ot. the
By Order,
FRED. 'GELINAS;    '
Secretary
llepartB&ent Of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908.
tr      ADVERTISE      ^i
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY     NtWS
If YOU tit*i Anything.
How Bismarck Kept Up Stsam.
In the evening I went to Bismarck'*
house. 1 wus placed upon the sofa lu
front of a tnhle covered with teacups
and bottles of beer and also Willi her
rings aud oysters. His new highness
(Bismarck) speedily arrived and sat
dowu by me. He began by consuming
Innumerable oysters, herrings and hum
and drank beer with soda water.-
Hohenlohe Memoirs.
News; apers w:n nor. us pal l for this
advertisement If they Insert it without
minority from the Department
His Great Failing.
"He's a good friend of yours, Isn't
ber
"Ob, only medium." ,   ,
"What do you menu by medium?"
"Oh, he listens while I tell him aU
���f my troubles, hut he also wants me
to listen while he tells m* all of his."
-London Telegraph.
A G**d Deal Wars*.
MI had to walk the floor all night
with tb<* baby. Can you think of anything jr/��nm than titatr
"T��": oo mfrt* have uiartled oat
ta Owe nd, whet* IV v.'rbt" am all
mmtrf i ���.���� ���
SEALED   TENDERS addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post Offich i
Building, Victoria, B. C." will be re- j
colved at this office until Wednesday,'���
Apr 1 22, 190K, Inclusively, for the con-
st ruction of the alterations to the Post j
Office Building at Victoria, B. fj,
Plans nnd specification can ho se.vi
and forms of tender obtained at this!
Department and on application to W���!-;
Ham Henderson, Esq., Resident Archl- j
teet, Victoria, B. C. I
Persons tendering are notified that'
tenders will not be considered union,
made on the printed torn   supplied,'
and signed with their actual   sigu.i-
i'ttras.
Each tender must ba aocompanlel
by an accepted chequa on a charter *J
Department of Marine and Fisher.ca a.
.Moutreul, Quebec, St. John, N. B.,
Halifax, N, 8., and Chiirlottetown, P.
K. I.
The s a fhe plans .and speciflcat,'.c;n3
can Le procured by application from
the Department uf Marine and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May
noxt and at the agency or the Department of .Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, B. C.
Each tender must -be .accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheqtm will be forfeited if the person sending the ac-,
copied tender declines! to enter Into a
contract with tbe Department or fails
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will be considered.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise*
ment Without authority front th* Department will not he paid.    |
F. OOrRDKAU.
Deputy Minister of Marine
and fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, l.th March. _*������
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HARDMAN t CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
From Street    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, .Etc
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Aerated Waters.
Family trade a specialty.
Tsl. 113. Office, Eight street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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Hides Wanted
HIGHE8T CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
Easter Postals*
Easter
Cards
Easter Novelties
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fo**m#*4rW*r+*r+^#***i**ti*&*
AT
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
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The Orienfal Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
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For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanrs Cure,
Ego Food,
Thanolice,
lice Paint, etc.
MUIIVS
Drug Store
Columbia St., NevyWestminster
Telisphor* .01 ,:
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W. IN. Draper!
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Mas��
The' market held yesterday morning,
'today being Good Friday, differed con-
j slderably  from  the  usu.il   routine  of
; the weekly market in that the demand ]
of the marketers was not so much for
| meat and other produce as for flowers.
' Everybody wanted flowers   and    few
| persons heft the building without   at
j least a bunch of carnations and many;
I purchased large quantities of blooms
i and    flowering    plants    for    Easter!
! decorations.   The floral stalls were a
��� picture to be remembered by the vlsi-1
tors   who  were there    ln    numbers.
Easter   lilies,   of   course   were   the
favorites and early in the day had all
bet>. snatched up by   eager   buyers.'
Carnations and hyacinths found many
I *
I admirers and the heavily   blossomed
I hydrangeas and the feathery spiraea
j found ready sale. By noon the benches
1 that had been piled to overflowing
; were hare boards save for the plants
|that had been left for delivery- Messrs.
j Tidy and Davis certainly did the Jwsl
i 'ness of the year in this line.
Another line that felt the stimulating effect of Eastertide was the fish
I business and*not only at the market,
but at the city stores the demand was
' noticed and to such an extent that
; the stalls were completely cleared.
i Salmon was plentiful, fresh supplies
: from the boats of the fishermen oon-
, tinually coming in made it possible*for
' the dealers# ftr cover the demand.
Ooiichans, thSugjji plentiful, were not'
Pf,IDAY- APR|L ���
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This is the time to
buy a
LAWN
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL BEARING
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   Sti,    New   Westminster,  B.  C.
!in sufficient rfhmber to meet the-i;us_i >rk'-8^c; egg.8,.retail 25c, wholesale
that ensued-ior these esteemed   little j 22c' butter. retail 40c; fowl- $s '" $:'
j facial, scalp, or. body treatments given j nsu.    Herring, cod and  halibut wej;e!Per dozcn
in your own' home!   Also mantcurinfe. all eagerly demanded
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B. C-  For engagement ring ud A 339.
BURNABY
acres in a splendid location, between Van- ^c for prime, supplies in omeV lines Bride and *._.
rather    short     of     the    usual  Diarmid,  11.   R
We have 60
couverjahd Westminster tram line and the New
Westminster-Eburne line.
Price
$150 Per Acre
One-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Nothing in this vicinity selling at less than $200 per acre.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
EASTER CARDS I
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for the Old Country should be
mailed soon.   WE HAVE THEM.
AIM,   Other   Pretty CASTER  NovettJee
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J.J. MACKAY y CO.
misauis    *w0m    news beuik
r_r?_r_f?_- _��� ? _f y _rr^'_r_Hi'^_f _j"g"��^
chickens, $G.r.O to $s  per
I dozen;  ducks, fll to $12; .apples,, re-;
In other lines.there was no chtuffld*^1 '1*-26 lo *2 per box' wllolt'sal" *L25
in iJT-ce,or.quantity, except that owing -t0 *L5�� P"31" box: sPUfls *18 to *-" '"'\
largel/to tbe'amount   offered.   ffielton. tlirnil's- Tr,t' l,er riaeli:   parsnips.
price of pork fell to S'jc. and the f�� 75c per sack-
mand tell off considerably.    Much-ex- ��� -
cellent veal was offered and was much :
.... . Russell Hotel,
sought after, the price ranging from i
8c for large carcasses to as high as-    S- .Jackson, Vancouver; Richard Mc-
Victorla; G. S. .Vic-
King, Vancouver; P.
quantity, but were sufficient for the X. Sumnee, Everett; W. O. McBllan-
demand which was rather slach in noy, Vancouver; A. J. Stacey, Ottawa; I
comparison with other weeks! The ,r. I. Roberts. Vancouver; ('- Vultee,
prices for the week were: Seattle;  Mrs. Northcotp Johnson, El-
Beef,  h:nd quarters  S  to lie,  fore-, gin;    ,1.    II.    Beard,    W.  B.  Fessell,
quarters,  G^c  to 7c;   mutton   13c  fo  Seattle;   W.   McMillan, Montreal;   H.
| Ik-;  veal, medium ll. large sc to ��c;   A-  Channel], Spokane.
Lakeview Gardens
BURNABY   LAKE
i-
$150   POf   Acre    One-quarter cash, balance
| spread over 3 years of easy payments.
We find that the practice of presenting a small gift to friends is
becoming more popular each year; as a consequence we are selling
more goods for this purpose.     We hav^ now ln stock a nice line of
articles which make appro prlate gifts. !
Gold and Gold Plated Necklets, each   |1.25 to $77.00
Gold and Gold Plated Bracelets, each      ; ft.OO to $75.00
Gold and Gold Plated Watch Chains, each $2.50 to $25.00
Also many other articles which we will ire pleased to show you.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN VS, '������������- f
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F. J. HART & CO.
LIMITED
New  Westminster,    Vancouver   and   Chilliwack,   B. C
The LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE hits
Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on tbe hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. tn.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a in.
Sunday Servitfe  nmrnouriy between 8.30 a.m. aud 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
****
A tee to Save ONE
ON   YOUR
Easter Suit
Saturday offerings in the ready-to-wear department ___k   -
slble to buy popular and reasonable garments at big reduction"
Fifteen
Ladies9 Suits
Less than
Half Price
Regular values
.$22 to $27.50
Saturday
Price, each
$12.50
Popular styles in a variety of cloths, colors are grey, aav; .j
inal, green and mixed tweeds; .-dzes are 34( .Iti and 38. On tale
Saturday in the garment section.    Your' choice   $.2.50
Ladies' Short Coats, on sale Saturday, W
Twenty-five only, grey tweed c >ats, short-end hip In a nice
selection of thi. spring's popular styles; all sizes. Regulai rica
$5.76 to IT.."."-   Special price, ea. h  V-.H
Save a Third or More on White Shirt Waists
______ i
New and popular styles in fln^ quality lawn blouses - n ia!i >.aJr-
day only.   Sizes are 32 to 40.   Waists are in a variety   of   mskes
Every blouse, excellent value at regular price;  a few  In th
slightly soile.d    Regular values   $1.26    to   $l-'n-   Saturday's   prW
each   J1-*
A Remarkable Snap in Black Sateen Undershirt.
Full sized, double trilled, black sateen underskirts, mad.- of good
quality, permanent finish, material. Regular prices $1 25, Saturdij
only   *��
W.S.Collister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
'j Time Is Money���Don't Travel, Just Talk
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twear
We claim to suit the nest
And why shouldn't we?
Having just opened yesterday over
$2,000 worth of Easter Footwear,
every dollar of which is the Newest
We don't have it if it isn't
the latest
And you don't want it
unless it is.
So for up-to-date Footwear
See -
W. E. Sinclair
The Reliable Shoe Man
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