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 fhite, Shiles & Co.
ARE INSURANCE
h .FSTMINSTER, B. C
[���ME
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IMBEB '-'s-
Apn 27 nWliite, Shiles & Ca
.REAL ESTATE
YtCTO" I N   ^PJCoiumbia St. Phone 85
XEW  VYESTXWNSTER,  B.  C.   SATfRDAY   MORNING, APRIL
". .-��� _
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
|ke student     silver medal is won long distance could Ik mining deal is   oolichans selling    magic lamp actors
CANED IN PUBLIC    BY GERTIE DIAMOND    NOT DAUNT THIS LAD   PENDING NEAR NOME    AT A NICKLE A PAIL, wmn 10 BE ENCORED
^les F. Watson, Popular Elocutionary  Contest   Bet- Ardent Suitor Drove SixtyiGuggenheims   Supposed   to|Rival Dealers Ruin Prices in Chorus, Consisting of Trotty
faith       \ulu    mn,'.        ween Y. W. C. T. U. Miles  Nightly   to  Court     Be Parties Buying Valu-I    Frantic F.il'ort  to Under-     Westminster Damsels, Will
UtdedGoldheadedSticW   Provides   Entertainment.      Sweetheart; Married Now
-,:
ui
aterary
an  college,    held
. in-,
A  splendid
With
Colle ���������
a  rei
The
011   '       '    ill     G   tie  Dla-
o    _pril ::i    The first    ro-
Sclence hall, was  m0nd the  Y.
ici   -.   the  Ifl.  .v   n.
survey   part)
In thi   in Id for iii
- -  ""    -  "        .> a  .   ,      .  .... ..a
I. pared' a   , Wlt    i""1-11 :"  ,,'.,. mi.. .   in   the   nn i   ..       ,   Miss
Provlde(K thlv'- ":    '      ' ih-   u . |e ii .   . the beautiful and popu-
ar dai        .    f Mrs. Hirst, of I'm   Rod
,.    iu    the    most  """* ii- i a    i:    ni it
IV,..:..-
ing i"-1"
,       ,.   ,. '���    Parks��-llie,   and    Wm.
of a Drink), Vera l.- an    (Old Si       -    " *"*���   '   Stokes, aim phew ol  R   Mar-
Laurn  Ha light Papa),    and  I"'' ��� ll erintend mt   of    the
mont lect to di ....     Othei
.;,,.   to    the    most cont( '    Helen    I        tl
was the lt��m that
any on the pro-
toin that  takes
. .    Eth l Bud    .. !  (The       I Hulk),   western division of the C.  P. lt.
I ii" judges  were F.  0, C n      |  and      loung Stokes met Miss Hirst while
Mei   i . and   .Icott. 1! ���   survej   work   In   Ihe   vicinity    of
Intel ��� ; ..     i the recitations   Parksville  and   at   once   sprang   Into
were   i  ni       ��� ol musical  favor  ahead  of  numerous    admirers
mirk of il"' Sl il001  '" an-v  wa-^    ���
IS0 , i   . i who i.s the mo-t
u- i ������
..j, taken to decideI
is done the most,
..   ( .. Hows, lo advance
lolar young Lady.    The boy -elected:
the honor is  presented   with    a
IdheaJril cane by the winning girl,
Mi
contribute      a
' DeB, t iv, i n obi'
i ,   and     Smith  "'"m llu' survey  party mid that sec-
!    solo, Rev. A   ,'"n  ��f the  island  generally.    When
v,   |]   , c i        0f th ��� survey party moved towards the
Solos, Mis i A rm itn
���:'
a piano
wes   coast and even while In Albernl.
solo,  Ml    '.   Ivenny and  Bonnetl  ren- Stokes   would  drive  -10 and  60  miles
ll.li lie in      -'i1  lor  a  J'L*ar,  unm . ,-.,,,,,,,,,
���"-11 ,K ,    ,      _,   ���. ,        dering a  piano duet, ihe latter voting " ���-������' '.-   back to Parksville to pay his
ml voting.  Charles   1-.   Watson, ��� .
lady nl- i gtv ik; a  vocal s   eetii n      \ attentions to th
ep  for a year, unti
Charles  P.   V
the one given ilie honor of being
of
feed this year, receiving a tot.
j-._s out of 69 cast, and Miss M.
i cln'-i  s*n Inging dem insti al on  was  in
troduced   by   ISrnost  Saunders
I rotes out oi oa casi,  ami  miss  ��. j '
J . .   ..     ol the artists nut  with   a w
Irtlaad was  chosen  to  present   tne
VMm ...    ..     ,     served  favorable reception.
Mr. Watson  voiced his thanks
I a neat little speech.
m ���   of tin      students  belong   to
L___i. class, the 'il Arts, and   ll
Ito remarked that this class, which
.        .     ,    ,     ,, I mint provided bj
|the smallest  in  the school   should
Betn   oth of lhe honors of the year,
���p freshman  class  this  year,   how-
Ir, has very successful one,
l i y  nol     quant t..      thai
���misat sc'aool as elsewhere, set while
pg deficienl   In   the   latter   it  has
li   .,i its lack by abuud-
|ce of i..     In  truth,  there
been nothing of any importance
|eat the col    ��� ��� tliis year that does
succi    : il completion    In   a
B nl   received   from  the
n Cla    of 1V11.
ri sentatlon of the cane
pried iirogratn  was given   by   the
I Howard   DeBeck,      piano
p*i; Mr. Hall, vocal solo; Mrs. Whel.
pn,vo.:ii solo; Ri v- Mr. Picrcv, read-
Over fiftj persons were presenl al
the contest, the sum of about $13 being taken In at the door. Considering the excellence of the entertain-
the Y's, :'h-- attend
ance was far too small.
Newspaper Plant Destroyed.
Glace Bay, NS., April 24.���The Odd
Fellows' block', occupied by the Daily
Gazette, Travis Bros., and the Dreamland theatre was jutted by fire yesterday. The newspaper
practically destroyed.
Leautiful Miss Hirst.
Both young people are very popular
Eaeh i;i Hds distrlcl and young Stokes has
,],,,'. i- congratulations <>f the whole island In the success of his suit, anion-;
tho lady's man-,   admirer?     The wedded  couple  left   for  Vancouver    this
morning  on  a    honeymoon    trip    to
Wales.
able Ore Properties North.     Sell  Each  Other
Seattle, April 24.���According to ad
vlci    received fl om tho. .North bj
tain i-'. W, ft hnston, one uf the largest
individual operators  n the Nome mining distrlt:. a di al is pi n ling for the
sale ol   i  num er i ��� more    Im-
poi tanl   bi .lit  and  tundi,  pi opei 11< -
at  Nome to a  bj ndli a - sum iblj
backi .i    s   lh<   Guggepheun   nt<  i   I
Captain ...       i a paid .���  --- i - iy Chat
the a'       ...   i- that had been p�� nd
Ing   toi    the ; urchasi    of   the   pro
pei ties bad   ia tarded   winter woi '���
Noi ie an I that the outpul this season
would be di < -,-. ased act ordlngly.
The ad. i - - iecelved by Captain
Johnston stated thai the output of
gold from his property this year will
be i'.i excess of $300,000, and this will
probghly be the largest clv\ui-up of
any of the individual operators,
Be a Winner Next Week.
An  Intei esting and  bumoi ous    war
.pi i w een i. -li \ endors w us an al I ra<
tlon to a good sized crowd of citizens
and farmers yesterday on Front Btreet.
fhe oi I i'Ii.iii.- are now swimming
up tbe river in lu-a... shoals and da..
.i.i daj the catch i
\. ., i-.-mil i.tr [Ish store oountei���
,\ era   ... i d dow n ��Ltli these A' li< a''
A \cws re] .iii las; i ,suing pedd
a \isi: to the opera horfse to see for
himself the progress thai was being
made in the training of the omAtaure
In the producl on of the Magic Lamp.
i'n sa) that hi  l from tha
iiioiiii ui he entered the dot i to it_o
feoomlng larger, moment thai hva lefl is considerably
Bhorl of the truth; the fael is thai ho
looked i i with the intention of Bpe__d-
iiiK ii f. a momeut9, and stayed ncaris
Prisoner   Escapes  at   Bellingham.
Bellingham, April 24. ��� Charles i.,
Campbell, a negro, Berying a year's
sentence tor assault with a deadly
weapon, escaped from the county jail
early this afternoon, and no tract- of
him has : e< n Been since
WOMEN MUCH ANNOYED AT SHUMA.iTAMAN SYSTEM
Bt!..U ELASSEO AS IKfEKiOR   WILL RE FORCED ON EONliO
Tacoma,    April    24.���Judg
M-
,u^. .i i. ,v moments, and staved nearly
little fisii. and competition became .^V,,,,,,, Th0 bevy of prettj Kirla
keen Letween Che dealers tor the sale Wit form the chorus maj have had
ol their large supplies ihis. however, something to do with the matter, hut
ii.i niy resulted m .1 slight fall In i "' iho catchj music also bad Its effect
p.t . but when a fisherman with I and had i: not been t.iat lie expects
full i o.ii load iit'll up ai the font of to be present at the linai production,
s.xtli stnvi and started to sell it- the nothing Bhorl of an earthquake would
crow,i direct from the boat at reduced have moved htm from llu1 buiUtne
prices, the fun comenced. until the singing was ended-
The new-comer put out a Bhisgle Most of the leading characters had
announcing oolichans al four-bits B their parts down perfectly and tho
pall, while the Httyal City F.s.i com- choruses a;e tin-- kind that grip the
iv.iny across the street were Belling attention and hold the listener spoil-
a dollar a pall, The latter retaliated Ibound until the last strains of thc
ind pui out ii sign, "two-bits n pall."   harmony have died awny. The plot on
he fisherman sold down to fifteen which the vocal numbers are strong
cents, and by this time the crowd had is wry pretty, and gives full scope
gathered to the number of over fifty for coed acting, pretty music, hand-
and sacks were bv-lns produced from some dresses ami gorgeous tropical
every  wagon  on   the   market   square, scenet,,,
Percy Venables came down to a dime Sentlmenl and humor are Intel*-
a InicUet and those who could not woven In the play in charming manner
rustle a Sack pulled out handkerchiefs, and ll.-irrigan find his wife, ProlV-ssor
pieces of paper and oven hats In wiiich and Mrs. Foodies, the missing link anil
to carry away their purchases. . The the auctioneer will long haunt tho
boatman again cut, this time to a memories of those who see them and
nickel and it is possible that they listen to Hit ir mirth provoking con-
would  soon   have   been   giving   prom-   vr.--.tinn on Tuesday and Wednesday
London, April _l.���It Is understood  turns with the fish had not tho eager-
plant    was Clifford, chairman of the teachers and tttat '������'' conditions under which Urea:  ness of the purchasers run both par*
salaries committee   ot   Che board   ol Britain is willing to recognize the a"  ;ios <11l(  of supplies
DARKNESS IN G. I.LI.___!.
, lucation, iu recommending thai    thejnexatfon  of  the  Cojigo    Independent 	
ol  women teachers remain as State to Belgium, as communicated totr|��frrij ullCCflC TllltUEl C
al ,:��� sent, says In his report.: the Belgium  government  by Sir IM j rll I LI-fM IVIlLto Ui" lUNNtlo
Womi n teachers are not the equals! war |   Grey, the  si cretary  of  foreign
nilEN AuPDALI PL/ll^iT BURNS '    ������" ���'��� ���������',l l ail1 ln tiUOV 0( Sotting 'affairs, Include lhe establtsfiment    Ofl
as many  male    pedagogues    in    our free    trading    and the    abolition    of]
forced labor.
FOR BID NEW YORK SYSTEM
si hoi i; as possible."
Bellingham, April 24���Fire orlglnat-      While the board stood by him and1    The delay In the receipt of a replyI    \-,-w York, April _���."..-   Another   lm-
iii;. in a mysterious way destroyed the  refused  lo  ra'sc-  the  salaries  of  the fropi  Belgium Is interpreted  to moan; ,���, ,.,,���,   atey   in   ,|u,   vast   $00,000,000
Harold Ro.--.on and Arthur Smith, j Independent Asphalt Paving company's | women teachei-s his declarations hav'ghhat  the government iinds u difficult t worlfb of Improvements that are i.eiuj
&nduel   M.   Phillip  vocal solo AU plant near the Northern PactSc rati- raised a rumpus among the women of l�� comply with    Great Britain's    de- cu^.^.j 01U  by the Pennsylvania rail
bese numbers  were  rendered  by-"ay depot  at 4 o'clock this morning,'tl"- Tacoma teaching corps.   Many of|mands, probably owing to the attitud
it?. In the
nights. There are, of course, a _W
rough edges that have, yet to bo
smoothed off, a few lines that have to
be learned more thoroughly, a te*
movements to be made more harmonious, n little more expression to tie
drilled Into one or two of tho
clionises; bnt. even were the Opera to
be -ligetl tonlghl. It Is safe to sny
lhat the person who Stayed away
would miss a treat that seldom COmtO
their way, Tickets air 00 sale at
Ryall's drug store.
real   meaning   of  the   and   by   burning   the   wires    carrying1
these assert that In many points they' of  the numerous companies    holding
the  reading  of   Rev.   Mr. j electricity from the substation of thej excel  the men  in governing a foom monopoly concessions.
wcyreceived the most appreciation, Whatcom  County Railway and  Light, and    imparting   information    to   the'
being encored   iwice.    During   lhe  Company shut oft all electric power in  young,
ninr. Prof   lir-thcangton presented   North Bellingham for many hours. Not
of Burnett two days ago, found    his
found   today   in   the   reservoir     from
*r- Dan McCurdy   the   gold     medal j'""1'   "l;:;"  o'clock  was  a  street car j MAN DROWNS HIMSELF IN
Nl* he donated   to   thc   Individual: roiuiint; ami tho newspapers aTn<l other! TOWN'S   DRINKING   WATER
Nit of thr recent track meet. Industrial  plants dependent  upon  the
���Wore the met ting adjoufhed tof company for power did not turn a
Main thp refreshments furnished.: wheel until the afternoon,
pam Xtowatt was elected Editor-1 T1-�� ,ire ;,t ,lu' asphalt plant started
'���Chief nf the Lux for next year; near the mixers about .:.">i> o'clock,
P*. P. Wnp-on. Business Manager; i "hen the night crew was in another
""I Prof. Bouck and Mr. Hanna. And- P*0"* of ,h,? ���'I'r���n,��� u was '-^^vere*1
The rect 0f ,i,p staff for thej by one of tho workmen whfih he re-
*PT and the nfTicers of the literary I turned from the toolhouse. The fire-
-fcty for the next term will be %>.\ec-\ men fought the blaze for two and a
'���" 't"1 flrsl meeting in September.' half hours.   When they withdrew the
i building was a charred wrecoT aril! ff>
machinery wils blackened, twisted and
Sectors Tire of Poor Diet. warped.    Manager 3. T. Young    estt-1 has been seriously contaminated
S'ewYon,   >���������  ������     I mateB the damage at $3000,	
���%, they
**otonou8 ,
JUDGE WOULD  RECLAIM
FALLEN  SOCIETY   PEOPLE
Ne.v  York,    April  24.���Judge     Mc-
Tacpma, April 24.���Bloodhounds set I Kenaie Cleland yesterday asked   the
on the trail of Eldw^rd Fantlza, aged i co-operation  of  Chicago club  women
23, who disappeared from the village !" establishing a "reform colony" on
BARBER  STUDENTS NOT
SATISFIED WITH   TUITION
Senile, April 21 -G. VY. ll.alghr, doing business as the Mohler System of
a city farm near Riverside.
The scheme is in line with
Judge
which the residents take their drink- Clelaads desire for legislation to re-
ing water. Fantlza had been dead two ��� '���',��� society men and women who
days. Me had quarrelled with his; have .'ropped down the social scale
father over money matters. T.ie reser-, '''tough orink and to keep boys guilty
voir Is a comparatively small wooden; ��f ^inor offences out of the John
tank perched on a big cedar stupp. Worthy school, which, the judge says.
Residents are alarmed lest  the water '8 pr��*.tkally    the   same    as sending
I them'to the liridgcwell.
I��rt n
J'-' ^i.uil    ...ii
I""' :h:ii i
It-
April 24    Because, they]
'"av,   been fed   on    too
Hel of tough roust beef' WASHINGTON  MILLS
">  more    than    ordinary! SUING THE  C.  P. R-
internes    of  the'
have Seattle, April 2.
couri today a libel
died  agalnsl   the
���itln
'.ih ���
CHARITY WORKERS CREATE  FILIPINO FANATICS PUT
PAUPERS AND GRAFTERS        TO DEATH PRIVATELY
road in lis system of tunnels that'will
connect Manhattan with l_oug Island
city ami New Jersey was taken last
week when the tunnel under Bergen
Hill was completed. After this tunnel was connected it waa possible �� barber colleges, was ths morning
walk under ground and under water; made defendant In the superior court
a distance of over five miles from ���� �� *"'' f��r ��10��r*' wh,ph represents-
Long Maud to the Jorsev meadows. "'��' on.aged feelings of Arthur Me-
The completion of this tunnel Is re-i K!'Y an': a 8coro ot-m*n w1,�� SiV>" thoy
girded by the Officials ot the road na.,.-*'1'' ,r' ,iey to hp ,n"Snt tbp burb<,r
tho beginning of the end or thc great trade.
enterprise which Is to bring at least. The ermpialnt states that the .mm
1000. trains a day into Manhattan.\���* MPPlfcd with rasors, strops.
While thc tunnel system Is far from1 sbnvlng m���Ks and all tho parapher-
complete, for trains will not be ruu!��,,,la of n ,)arl,cr nnd wo^,, thon R��nt
regularly until 1910, still the work ls!ln,�� one room wl,h Instructions t^
progressing siatlsfactorlly, Over fifteen' practice upon each other. It Is alleged'
miles  of tunnel  have    already    been; ,1,nt 'hero was no master or boss bar-
excavated, which necessitated the ro-1 nnr ,0 R,,-'*�� thcm- an<1 tho r?mU waB
thai  for ten days nil the Instruction
they noqnlroil was what came by es-
i perlence,   The court Is told that each
' man   was  to  receive  ten   weeks'    In-
| strucllon.  ft>r which  each  paid $fiO.
nioval   of  over  3,000,000  cubic   yards
' of rock and earth.
hospital
lh'ir sull
POdlBi
f,.u
in  the    federal
Bull  tor |882 was
physicians tb look  Med   against   the    Canadian    Pacific
numerous    patients.    Last  Kallwaj   company  by    the    Rltzvllle  n
'ol'owlnp  I-,,,,  deltverv   of    artiftourlna  mils.    Tho   Rltzvllle ftrm  is given a-blacii eye by Father    Curry
11 "'a1  leaving the bus
w'villi bul I WO
at
York, April 24    Social settle-
and charity workers have been
the  six   physiclani
look
ulng lo
recover damagen allei -tl  tol-.pastoi' of lhe Bt. James church in the
' ' '     a hand und lefl the have  heen  bus
11 the ntghl th
stained  .as a   result  of
lower easl side.    Father Curry pitch'-
.Manila, April 24, Clprlano Omongo,
alius TIducduc, and Afronlano l-'arnan-
dez, noted bandits an I fanatical 1< ;id-
cis, were privately hanged In B.llbldi
prison toiia-. Omongo prai lit ally
started    the  Pulajan    movement,    in
ITALIAN   WOMEN   ORGANIZE
TO LIFT SOCIAL STANDING	
  PROFIT  IN  ONTARIO
Kome, April _ i    Tin- Qrai national - public utilities
congress of Italian women was opened '  Toronto,   April   -t.���Figures   earn*
in this city today.    Ths oongrtSi ill ,,;],-(| in n,,, railroad hoard In   t_Mt>
tield  under ihe    ausplcea   ol Queen second annual report, -show that   the
Hi I na,  Minister of  ISducdtlo'n UM,:\ {ll{l{ investmenl lu public utilities in
and sigimr Nathan,   the   mayors^ ol the province Is 121,824,364, or wWen
Rome    Tiie opening address wasae-|oyer nineteen   million    irt In wttei
fcL7,   ph5 i:i:,!1^ "���<"���" KePt
W'hs.mbii'
idrgeon.
twojllu. sinking of the sliaaisn-;.  ttiiiie'^.    ^   ^^ f, .;.lMlsh0(,   bv   ,,.1(.oh   Saajar.    !���'., nund.-. participated In the
llvored    by   Countess Spi^i'lettl, who wt,,.|i!,_
'itiiid thai tin1 aim of the gathering was
exit the different, wards
was left without n
of China af her dock in Vancouver, In
loss of ^i'1", R1,s
and aided in tlie kill-
October, and causing 'h
sacks of four iii her hold,
China by the Rltzvllle firm
President    Roosevelt's    friend, r^ack on Leyt
| _njg of lour policemen and  the burn
shipped to; with special vehemence, and declared  .      Q^ |h
that it was pauperizing lhe   children
the lining of tin- social standing
women  rather
status.
During    the  year    public    BfiifUea
""'yielded to the municipalities owning
than     their    poi litvil   .-���,,��� u ,)ro(it of $.-,|,,.170 after paying
..-:.':��������� "..��..��......��. j(...>..<t ,������.."..'- .������..���..."..��..".."..";.":;":.' ';���'::"::"::": ?".:'X\':-\r"."'.'r.'r""'* ���'.':���
((
This Is My 54th Birthday"
Dr, George It,
'wantleti
George R. Van de ��Water.
>se Van tie Water,   who   ibis
year
letes    his
fl
tui.l
City.
at
1 >"at' as. pastor of the fashionable  St.   Andrew's    Episcopa
'' '" N'ew York eity, was b-irn in FluMiing. N. Y��� April 25,  1854
I "Wived  ids educiition at Flii.s.ilng institule and Cornell untver-
.,-1(    _."''' leaving Cornell he attended for three years the Oenera
m,(|(j gCal s""'iliary. Prior to becoming rector Of St. Andrew's lr
8t '""iut ; h. Oyster Ray and iiroooklvn. In his twenty years
m, arew'8. Dr. van tie Whter has been one of the bustesl workers
. r' "' (|"''g.vnien of the melrti|,olis. At various times li.- has
or th�� s Chap,a/ln ot Columbia university;, ��rand cCnaplairi of Masons
,8eVeatv       '    X"w 7ork' f'hal,1:lin (,r ""' r""inus Twent3 third and
|   Cha    . !   "si'iMiMits  of  the Xaiionil   Cuard   of     New   Vi"'
y-
���
nl
n
Seventyrflr'st regtmenl of volunteers In the war
��� i throughout the Cuban campaign
wa ���
, I  i
.iin-
'   H the battles of Las Ouaelmas and San Juan.
���" -���yyy^yyyyr ���: ;' .��:      '      '"'' '      '   "'
municipal buildings.
Faustlno    Ablen,   founder   of   thei
ami   making  grafters   of  Hie   parents.j famous Uios-lllos movement. ,-i.id   ES    SPY  SELLS PAPERS OF
He    further   declared    that   charity perldon .Rota, his principal lieutenant,
were tO have been    hanged    on    UlG
\
all   charges  and   giving  service  on  a
cost  basis.
During tile year thirty-two    peoplo
THE GERMAN  EMPIRE   were  killed  and  320 injured    on    the
  railways under the jurisdiction of the
llerlln.  April.21.    A case of fv'|T.ou-   hoard     Of the killed seven  were pas-
workers among the poor people of the
.; callows, imi in response to a petition
Ghetto did nothing but give it a nai i t g lhi||,.n... .1J(|>,(, ,|||(1 COnstaI.uls.ry'|age ls belpg Intiull'ed.lnto at Mats,- endangers, seven employees,   Heventeen
',s I commanders, Governor General Jtelth one of the gnat.   Eurojjpan   powers travellers on the highways, ;m<l   one
i   reprieve   fur   one may have to explalp-, i trespasser,   Nque were killed on.lee*!
name    and    that  nine-lenl'ns of
money \>hich Is entrusted to them byIgranted   them
contributions is spent   in supporting month, /
tt.e workers In comfort ami   luxury. 	
The attack  stirred  up the    bitter'esl Hor���� Kick'Fractured Jaw.
feeling  throughout  the   city,   because      \ serious accident occurred nt
A lieutenant ot Dragoons stationed  crossings.
at Mot/, recently lied with a woman ot,
tho underworld known as "La Belle j
the! Lily."    It was    suspected    that   thei
Juverile Football  Game.
This    morning    the    high    school
Mr. it i.; Is considered as the tamer ot  mai-Kt-t stables yesterday morning, as | soldier  had   heen   In    communication  juvenile football learn will go to Van
couver to compete for the Wallis enp-
wir.i  tho Vancouver    Juveniles.    The
settlemenl work in the Easl Side, and I a result of which J. Pllloch, of Port with spies and his rooms were search-
is Idolized by most of the people ini Hells, lie. at the Roynl Columbian Jed. Two Important documents that
thai nmarter. - For his work there, hospital With a. fractured jaw. Pllloch | nail bcert placed in his care W^re j game will be played at Recreation
l'r,...iileni !.iio..eveli; siyk-d hm as the! went Into the stable to hitch up his | missing, one beuring on cavalry regu.- park, .klckotf 10:30- The fine-up o.
niiii-! iisefiil n.ai In Hm I 'nil",i Sintes.  team and stepped suddenly up to one nations, the other a report on German; the local team    will    be:    Ooal,    H.
For many years, too, when President of the animals, which, alarmed at "his
:, ,. ��� ���'; wis Police Comfn'ssloner sudden apjiroach, struck til him with
he woj-kr-d wilh Mr. Rlls In cstabliBh-' Its hoofs, breaking his jaw, He was
���iti ment In i':-.- poverty stricken ie*-:ovod to the hotp.tal In a rig, with
sections of Manhattan. I   lood pqurtng ffo-.n his face-
���rftfeld
cilck.firing guns.
It Is feared these pape^'w#f|p6ld
to n forolga power ilmutgfi'.'the Instru-
m'.n'.ality of r.n I>l!e Lily; who was
seen to hand a package to a man.
Cook; backs, f_. King, Tom McAtyte-
ter; hnlves. p. Oulchon. J. Dlsnoyk p.
Oyenbury: forwards, K. Mel
Ourrie, .1. McAllister, 11. Ki
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I   REPORT
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AUSTRALIAN  CHINESE ARE
BOYCOTTING   THE  JAPS
Sydney. X.S \\\. April 24.���The boycott by the Chinese of Japanese goods
which originated in China as an out-
tome of the Tatsu Maru incident of
last February, has reached Sydney,
and is practically complete here. The
Japanese Yamata Maru sailed yester-
���day for Japan without any Chinese
passengers or cargo, and without the
usual gold shipments destined lor
China,
New Westminster City
Assessment
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Busy   was  no  word  to  express  ihe,
condition  of affialrs at    the    market
yesterday,   for   it   was   by   far   i*_e
bnsie.st market of the year so far, although even  this will be far eclipsed
as the liner weather    becomes    more
general.   The old building was far too ;
small to comfortably accommodate the,
large   nunfber   of   buyers   and   sellers
and the produce was heaped up In thej
stalls In  larger quantities  than ever1
before this year.    One cause of    the
large Increase in the market was that
last week, owing lo the Easter lioli-.
days, it was not held ou' the regular
day, and the business done except in
special lines was limited.    The prices
this   week remain  unchanged, nor is
there at. present any reason lo anticipate any change-
Flowers still form a prominent feature and the  booths of Messrs. Tidy |
a.mi     Davles,     as    last    week,    were
veritable gardens at  the commence-1
men.: of tlie day, but before the close
of business  there were   but  few   unsold.
There was a heavy demand for fish |
and although the supply was large, all
was disposed of.    In addition to tne
usual   lines,  there  were  a  few  Dolly
Vardcn  irout    offered.    Salmon    and:
oolichans  w ere    plentiful,    especially
the  latter,   which  arc    now    running j
heavily in   lhe  river. , Eggs .are    be-j
coming more numerous each week, but
there is no indication in a further faII i
in  prices at  the  present,  the  Faster {
demand   still    affecting    the   market.
Fowl   were  plentiful   with  a  demand
���equal, |S to $9 a dozen    being    the
ruling price,  but  many of the better
breeds sold >at    figures    considerably
better.
��� In meat the figures remained unchanged, the supply in most lines being sufficient for all demands, but
mutton and lamb were short. The following prices ruled: i
Beef, hind quarters 8c to 9c, fore-
quarters, 6^c to "c; mutton 13c to
14c; veal, medium lie, large 8c to 9c;
pork, 8V_c; eggs, retail 25c, wholesale
22c; butter, retail 40c; fowl, $8 to $9
per dozen: chickens, $6.50 to $8 per
dozen; ducks, $11 to $12; apples, retail $1.25 to $2.00 per box, wholesale
$1.25 to $1.50 per box; spuds, $18 to
$20 per ton; turnips, 75c per sack;
parsnips, 75c  per sack.
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the best vsloe, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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������SB*
I      In light, dark and medium
colors; striped and plain
��0c, 60c and 75c each.
Boys' Washing Suits, $1, $1.50,
I      $1.75; sailor style and Rus-      I
sian blouse style. ���
I Black  Sateen  Blouse,    75c  the I
blouse. I
Boys' Wash Waists, in new stripes
and checks, at 75c.
I PHILLIPS, I
I        THE         |
i   WARDROBE CLOTHIER J
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Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town-    All   slash'ed;   no  buildings;.   goo**
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed;
two room house;   small garden and chicken house ana run-; spl.-.ts-Hrt',
soil and good water.   Price $12.0.   Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE ani INSURANCE
TO SECURE UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
DURING ]
THE LAST THREE DAYS
of our Great Removal Sale.
We have materially reduced our immense $75,000
stock during this sale, but we want still further'reductions.   How about these?   If you have the money
buy them and make a saving:
Iron Beds
Regular $5.50/ all sizes, white enamel, 11-16 in.
post, angle iron head and foot, good and strong, $3.95
Elegant $9 bed, brass top rail full size, wel filled,
one of the best, for only      ....    $6.90
Merc's a Corn Cracker!
Beautiful Dresser and Stand, empire oak, 3-draw-
er dresser, British bevel mirror, fine stand; regular
$16.50, for $12.95
ROCKER.
for
Golden   Oak  finish,   cobbler  seat ;     regular $4.00,
��� ��� ��� ��� ���      -h__.yu
SIDEBOARD.   Pacific Oak, large British bevel mirror,  massive in
design, splendid in finish; regular $27.00 value for only . . $21.00
Our store is full of bargains. The above will demonstrate the genuineness ol
the offers.   Come to-day or Saturday and buy yourself
rich; we will show you how.
LEE'S furniture Emporium
Te*. 73
(NEW   WESTMINSTER
BMM��I��C1
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC ETEAWSHIP.5
COURT OF REVISION.
Notice ;_ Hereby given that the assessment roll tor the year 1908 has
been returned to me, and remains ini
my office, where it may ie inspected!
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the courl
Of revision.
The first Bitting cf the court of re-1
v.'shuj on the said assessment roll will,
.'�����-   h''l.l at the city  hall,  in the said;
city, on  Monday, the  11th  May next,'
��� al ilD o'clock in the forenoon.    Any!
person Intending  to    H-ipoa]  ..-raiust !
tbe a        mi nt musl do bo In *>*��� rltlng, I
to be filed with the clty clerk at leasl
.even . lys b< tore tbe flrsl sitting of
.. the court.
W. A   DUNCAN,
City Clerk, i
'  Hall, April 7, 1908.
I
BOOKING TO ANO FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CJiX BE ARRANGED' AT THI* OF-
PIXC-B.
Nest sailings of -he Empresses-
Bfflagr list.
Fee  other  dates   and' purttcijlai.**--,
:_:,;��? ty to
ED.  GOULET,
C: P. R. Agent.
W. R Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office-   Tel.  18.
G. E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
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WHOLESALE AW��i R__T_MI_.   DIALERS IN
WeUing-On Coal, Van. Portland Cement, R��*ebank Lime, B. C. Pot.
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tllo, Terra Cotta, etc.; Claytourn Preset*.,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, GaU-tcJWg Fire Brick, Liverpi-ol
Salt.  Forge Coal, Common  Brisk   Sand, G.**avel and Crashed Rock
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The Arrow Press  1
FOR   |
JOB
PRINTING
Windsor Block. Front Street.
MRS.   E.   M,  DOM I NY, P,���::
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Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
.Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co. '
Red Mountain Ry. Co.   j
The   only all  rail   route  between  all
points east, west and south *o Ro9S-!
land. Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great j
Northern. Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can- j
fftian , Pacific  Railway  for   Boundary
'Creek point*
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with |
wt.t;e  '������.Hy for ReptlMlft.
Buffet   . ..vice   on   trains   between
'-Sl'okane  and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
Bank of Montreal
B3TA____1��1)1EJ> JS17.
CAPITAL    .-H4,400,000l_>f'
RESERVE       |11,000,OQ(__00
Branches throughout Canada az_d New foundland, and   In   London,   EngJ,*__s4,
a\��w  York, Chicaso and Spo'sane, U.S.A., ajidi Mexico CWy.    A Oe__-
eral Hanking Business Transact***.
- litters of Credit issued, available 7��lt__ con espond*iiis in a'A carts cl the
World.
���ij"ings Bank Department.     De;>o6Us received In eums of f._ and upwards,
and Interest al.lowed at . per cent, per annum (preseot rate), added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
V.W WE8TMINSTTCR T.RANCU (). D. BRYMNER, ManaR��r
:
(901.
Leave
0 20 a ih
12.25 p.m
^p^o-e'.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane ���7*5 P-m-
..Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
...Nelioo 6.45 P��!
H. A. JACKSON.
. .Bark Wanted..
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED   AT
FR\S_R RIVER TANNERY, Ltd.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER,   B.  C.
Write or call for particulars.
HAMS -
18c. p����- ��b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietor*.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on thc Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trlfi
Ratea  to   Southern   California
For fuill Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouv��r, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
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j l^eicnenbacn
I COMPANY, Lim.ted
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101
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ADVERTISE
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FOR BIG RESULTS.
$100.0
Pay me this amount and $15 per
month and I will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbu St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    N*-*307
Real
Estate
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ADVERTISE  IN THE NEWS Y APR'*- 25' 19��8
Sty*
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
f    NERVE FAILS BANDITS
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A '���>'
Priceless Asset
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AI OUTICAL MOMtNT I
B      Bad Men Hold  I p G.
X.  .:.   Train,   But
Coi rage Oozes Too Soon.
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IHJHt WVM PuWDERS
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For 1
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ET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
DO YOU POSSESS
��� ifortable feeling i I a Sav
ings Account?
ECESSITY of saving has never been
���   parent than at the presi nt time.
���_=_____=_=. -The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
READ    OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER   CHANGE
Fuii  Set  of Teeth   	
Eridgework  (per tooth)     -     0
Crowns         $5.00
Gold  Fillings    I
���    .      $1.00
 50
ALL   WORK   GUARANT: >TH    A     PRO
TECTIVE   GUAR" TEE   FOR
TEN    YEARS.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Com tilling Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.   to   6   p.
Peons
mv.
P ���
vou to join the large number i _ satisfied Dep   iti rs.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
. ney where it is accessible when you require  it.
HANK IM; BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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srere arr<       .   I al th<
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a up a pc
.   i    ui    the m n
I    i bi     loard,   A stick ol dj na -
svas found on tho top ot a low
de the  cul   In   w hlch    the
. . v, is Btopped.
\\'i;:ii was supposed to have   been
tho ri porl of torpedoes    thought
RUT YHERE IS
ONLY Of\'F.
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IN   THE   MATTER   CF   THE   RAIL*
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and  X i\ Igatlon C
NOTICE is  li: RE   .   GI.   *    that
... on 361 ol
thi   Rail. aj   \''.  an  applli al on  will
e made to the Board ot Railway Com
loners for CantMa, al  the Court
...   loom of .ail Commissioners, at the
been placed on thv tracks * ere Citj   ol  Ottawa,  al  eleven o'clock in
oi: - of shots Bred al  the e__i .
the two bandits, accord ng to the
o Germans.
ung
k&
ompany
Pr,     *--.''..-- -.   ,S
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
m ~ ��� __������������
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
^^^ son's
MALLEABLE
Stump
Pullers
There is no experiment ct.w_.wted with it, il has been in succes i]
operation tor .several -rears, and it is the besl grubber to be bought ai
the  present day.
We invite all interested in Btump pulling to attend our stump pull
Ing demonstration between Sixth and Seventh avenue, on Vancouver
ear line. Twelfth street, New Westminster, on Frldas the 24th April
al l o'clock p.m.
Further particulars and catal gues on application to
f. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
This Date in History.
APRIL 25.
1284- Edward II.   Of   England    born.
Died Sept. _t. 1827.
1595    I. i quato   Tasso,    Italian   po< t,
dli ,1    Horn March 11, 1554.
1648    .ntlnomlans condemned by thi
British parliament.
1 - i :    L'i lm es i Alice, second daughti i
of Queen Victoria, born Died
Di     14,1878,
rS4tl    iv i nnl i". ol hostilities bei ��� i ���>
tho United States and.Mexico, vanr-mvor,  Westminster  am
1849    Parll     onl   buildings   at   Mom    pvallwav
rebel
is,
1 SS 1
1891
real burned during thc
lion ���      i ��� bill riots.
Federal  troops took  possession
of N'ew Orleans,
Dr   w iii.u.l  Parker, one of the
leaders in American surgery,
died In New York. BOW In
Hlllsboro, N.H., Sept. '-. 1S,U-
Chilean warship Blanco destroyed by torpedo wilh loss of 20u
lives.
tire forenoon, on TUESDAY, the Lata
! 11 ol Maj V. H 1901. for a roeom-
:ui ulatlou to the Governor in Council
tor the sanction of �� certain agroo-
il   dated  the   26th   day   ol   March,
.     D,    1908,   made   ; i '.ween   (in.   Van-
co irer, Wesl mini ter and Yukon Rail
way Company of the one part, and
the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern
Railway and Navigation Company ��f
Hi - other part, providing for the sate
bj the Vancouver, WestminBtei and
Villi    i   Kailwav   Company   to   and   the
purchase by the Vancouver, Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Companj from.the Baid the Vaneoa-
.'01 Westminster and Yukon Railway
I'om, any. , ���' aii thai portion of the
undertaking and properties Of the
^^^^^^^^^^^ Yukon
i ii    inj. consisting of tho
Limited
COLUMBIA STREET
COLUMBIA  STREET
COAL! COAL!
I The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reterve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
1 K. WALKER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD.  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   UU81NKB8 TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
*V��r> facility afforded  Farmers for their bar.kir.fl business.    Sales  Notes
cashed or taken  for collection.
BANKING   UY   MAIL-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
DuvoMown accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.   	
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
LITTLE CHILDREN  ARE
CAUGHT BY LARGE SAW
P. O. Box 345
'Phone   106.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF BU ��� ��� M BIB
Like
11 Will Not Seem
EASTER
If you do not have some
thing new. You can make
your choice from a full
line of
Beautiful   Blouses
Handsome Skirts and
Chic Collars and Belts
=_,___=AT===
ie White House
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AOENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trams Fv.rv I>->" <n the Vei
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTKRN. LT.D.j
Embodies the newest and best ulcus
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY, It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
.���ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
brarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folder., or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
�����_w Second Avenue. Settle. W��*h
QOOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
o: Ni'w Weitininiter and dltt-lc-
On Sale at
Morey's     liook6to<*e     and
at   Gamoni  Cigar   Divan
(���rAd'rertlse the town *r* iiv��'in ly
mailing Picture Post C*rd�� to ywr
friends.
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Glaoe   Bay,   N. S
daughters or llonry Pernette, aged 0
and li years, were cut to nieces uu-
der a sawmill, while on tholr way   to
'gather flowors today.    They were In
the habit of taking a short cut under
the mill In order to get to the fields, j
T'no .WW was not running when they j
started underneath, but Just as they
were below It began to revolve, and
the two Ii11lo ones were caught   and
terribly mangled, before    they    w��re)
noticed by Hip mill hands.
Tho    vlelims    wore    their parents'
only children and the    motlier    nnd!
father nro prostrated.
_��� ! i
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   DONSER.
line o_ railway in ilio City of Vancoo-
Lvcr described in said agreement and
( the City of Vancouver to tha 0 ���>
ol New WeBtmlttster, and in the city
nt New Westminster, and all lines ol
railway connecting it wiih the bridgi
over t)n> Kr.isi r river at New W'ost-
nilnBter, and all rights arising out of
any order of the Board ot Railway
Commlssloneri tor Canada, pcrtain-
tng to the maintenance or operation
of tlio snld linos of railway or any ot
them, ami all other property, raal or
personal, acquired for or hold by or
' In trust for or on account of tho said
April 84�����Two j lines of railway or any of them.
DATED thla 27tti day of March, A.
D. 1808.
IAMBI JEl-Tl-EY.
Secretary of the Vancouver;. West*-
minster and Yukon Railway Ctom-
pany.
NOTICE
Regular sailings bet-veer.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   anH   CHILLIWACK,
calling at. Hammond, Haney, Langley
Mission and waj immih, with pai*
���ongem and freight,
Leaves    Brackmia d   Ker   wharf,
Now   Wosiiiiiiisii r,   Tuetdsyi,   Thur.-
d.-yo and  Saturday .*it 8 I   in.
Leavea   Chllllwacll   Wedneud.iy,   Fri-
dny and Sund.iy ,it 7 a. m.
For rates .md particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ll, VVHITMORF, flecretary.
THE 8CENIC  RAILWAY OF
AMERICA.
Through    Trains    with    nisi    class
ropers,   tourists   and   dining  cars.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Kxciirslons to ..astern Provinces at
English  and American  Billiard  Ta- j,.,,..tt*y reduced rates on M,ay 4th and
bles,  Bowling  Alleya, etc.    New  andij,.,,!, and june F,o,  ��(���,, mil, and 20th-
tecond ��� hand tables and supplies ����� |Ciood for three months.
round |
275 -0!i!iHbi2.
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R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone AJW98L P. O. Box 118a
Bowling  Alley, Pender St..
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  .Messrs. Samuel May  &
Co., T.-rop'.o.
for
Week end slngh' fates
trlii. to local i*dnts.
For  full particulars apply to
ED. GOULRT.
Apent. .New  We-.tn-ln.'...
or to F.   .1, CPYi-E,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt.. Vancouver.
���O   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1TEN   vhai
onu (1) month from Ihe date nereot
application   will    bo   nimte   to   the
(ioveriior-ln-Cou'ncll    under    Chapter
j 115 of tha Revised Statutes of Canada,
1 liiuii, for approval of plant ot a bridge.
to lie constructed by the Victoria Terminal   Hallway   and   I'Vrry    Company
over the Serpentina river on Lhe line
of the said company's railway bi'twi-en
Blaine and Olivarti In the Province of
(British Columbia; and alio tot approval ot i i.i ii -��� of a bridge to be r��u-_
itruoted I y tlm Vldtoiftt 1%rnU_Al
HaJlwaj ami Parry Company ovir the
N'tcomehl rlvar on the line of tha s.aid
M'liipany's iallwn>  bl I ween Ul.ilne ami
Oliver, in ih.- laid Province of imukIi
Columbia,   i'i mi of each of LM .<uM i
bl'ldgfll   and   dMOrlptlOM   Of  tMirti/ '&
I the sites thereof have heen rtrpoHltort
; With   Ihe   Minister   of   Public   Wortv,,
and in the i.nni Registry  orrico   at
\ew Westminster, itritisii CoiumMa.
,     Dated   th_fl   lit   day  Of   April   A.II,
nuns.
A. II. MncNKIlJ,,
Solicitor for the Aptillcantn.
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nt trMTOMaft ����Mior,
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TAKE
The White Pass
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I for CONRAD. CARCRO!..*. ATUNL
i WHITE HORSE, DAW.SON ta��
!FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
I Sunday) carrying p.-'ssengers, mail,
','xpress ind freight connect whb
i '���ngri at C.rcross snd White Hora%
.laintninimt s through winter icnrka,
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Men
of Taste
will appreciate my clothes, i employ
skilled cutters, and buy only the finest
fabrics that the. world's i esl looms
produce. My present stock of spring
and summer woolens cannot be surpassed.    Your inspection invited.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite Lhe Post Office.
NEW   WEST MIN STER,     ���
TORNADO SWEEPS PEOPLE I T  ,. -u ��� I
Taking  no  Chances.
TO DEATH   IN   NEBRASKA ^     London,  April   24.���A committee  of
I Vienna   citizens   which   is   arranging
for ihe jubilee pageant In honor of
i Emperor Francis Joseph, has Just in-:
I sured the emperor's life with a British
i company for $l,75U,00u until June
j next in order to cover the expenses
: for preparations of the celebrations in
the i wnt ei' lis death    before   they'
SATUf.DA^
iiancroft, Neb., April 24.���A tornaQo
swept through dimming county and
into Thurston county at noon today
and three people air known to bdve
been killed, a number injured and a
number of houses destroyed.
The tornado struck the house ot
John Mangleson, near Pender, Neb.
and then swooping up into the air,
taking the wreckage of thc house ana
both Mr. and Mrs. Mangleson. Both
were killed and I heir bodies carried a
mile.
Fine Salt���that dissolves quickly
on the food���flavouring deliciously
��� never gritty, never Litter,
WINDSOR   TABLE  SAJ^,
148
of course 1
occur.
NOTICE
B.  C.
Exciting Runaway.
A rather spectacular runaway occurred yesterday afternoon, Mrs.
Parks, of Clayton, sustaining a sprained ankle and two young ladies receiving a had fright as the outcome. J.
Parks had heen attending to the regular weekly market and later left the
wagon outside a siore on .Front street
in ( barge of 'his w ile.   A passing train
Winnipeg* April   24.���Hundreds    ofl    The time for receiving tenders  fori
errnan I.uthrrans^from Iowa, Kansas  'lit' construction of a Cruiser for the
^^^ ^^ British Columbia Fishery    Protection
has    heen    extended    from
and   .Nebraska   are   preparin.
grate to Ilie Canadian    west.
Thousand acres of land have been secured for th, m in the Tramping lake'
district. 'They are a thrifty class of
people and will make ideal settlers.
to emi-
Thirty! Service
THE DAILY NEwS
N.   mors   n:e���   of   sendinj    your
 1 orders to "The other side."    You can       P,
i��&r _s.i_r.-_2_ ��_,��fa. r~aCr= r'-*- s���&^
Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth aud Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
and   landed proved machinery, by expert workmen,
Tbe    team and
street     nnd
street,    the
MADE IN CANADA
A.   Paige Manaqmg   Director
���^UjjlOJi|jfo'lA>tL
''_V._. ���
SATURDAY. APRIL 25, 1908.
A NEW YEAR.
We shall perhaps get used to John
Morley as a peer in linn.*, but at first
blut'u we like tlie idea as Utile as we
did when Sir Julm Lujijock changed
Iiis honored name to that of Lord Ave-
bury and to some extcbt lost h.s identity. Shakespeare tells us that a rose
'by any other name would smell as
'sweet,' aud so it would no doubt It'
wo 'uad never called it 'rose,' but,
having once done so, we cannot evan
imagine it under any other name. So
it is with the great familiar names of
men,   Wolseleyi   Roberts,    Tennyson,
in  a  jump   from   the  ri
with   a   damaged   ankle.
: turned     up     Mackenzie
dashed   aloug   Columbia      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^
breaking of the draw bolt leaving the      Mail  orders filled  same  da/ as re"
wagon behind on the road.   One horse ceived
^j-oke   free  and   ran  up  Sixth  street,
���where  its  career  was  ended hy    an
electric light   pole.    The  other  horse
trailing  thc  Whipple  trees  ttirnel  on
to the sidewalk at the tire hail, where
two ladies were standing innocent of
impending danger  and deaf    to    the
cries of people around until it was almost too late;  then they moved htir-
riedly.    The horse was caught at the
Guichon hotel.
Ward Fund Subscriptions
A. W. McLeod  $10.00
Daily   News    5.00
W.   C. Chamberlin      5.00
M. N-  (Burnaby)       2.00
J. C      1.0C
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
.10 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eight'street
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
May 1st to June 1st next.
JAS GAUDLN,
Agent.
Agency Marine and Fisheries.
Victoria,   B.C..  April   22,   1908,
R   ��V!SLI=S&CO.
Plymb'.TS, Gas and Hot Water fitters, ftr.
U.'pairs of all kinds given special at
ption. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone A 377
.-"rent St. New Westminster
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders  and
Contractors...
d��km
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   St.   Andrews
Street, between 8th and 9th St.
���tt-t
t-T       ADVERT'.Si. ^^^^
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
from
i ani
iackl
firm> might be a smarter m
than our GIBSON GIR]
mer wear, but we are
souri and you must ..how u<
They come in tai
leathers.
We also have th, peter pan
Pumps. Ask for them. Thev are
the LATEST and are all the cJ
in New York. Why not have]
pair ?
The Reliable Shoe Man
P 'ii- -. p*Jf". i" ', C 7? \ f:.."
.*'. j".;>'- .(,AUJ'. ������ f,... LJ t,.t��, i i���j��.
T.   R.   V.
1.00
1.00,
5.00 j
25.00
100
  I.UV
Gladstone  and  so  forth,   and in  the Harry Brine  >     5.00
case   of   the   three   former,   although William  Madill        1.00
they   accepted  a   peerage   they   were Miss Smith      1.00
careful not to lose their  patronymics.r A Friend       500
Unfortunately   there  is   at  present a A* Whealler      5 00
peerage carrying the title of Morley, Mrs- Stewart       5.00
so that it would seem that Mr. John  Hundred Year club   15.00
Morley could not preserve his identity T.   W.   A.
.in similar  fashion    Apart  from  tutft James Bell
it seems that the Secretary for Ind.a   J-   Buntzen
was owing to reasons of health unable   J-   Freeman
longer  to stand  the  strenous  life of
the   House  of   Commons,   and   either
had to accept a peerage or resign, his
portfolio.   The latter would have been
a  calamity   for   tlie  government   and
���the country,  and  the  'sate  seclusion'
of the House of Lords  may  be welcomed   in   its   stead.    Otherwise,- for
political, as well as for personal, reasons,  iture is something rather    Incongruous in the   arrangement    con-.
siderlng the  vigorous  propaganda of1
the government against the Lords and.
its work.
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
w
to giye jl
rE want your Grocery orders.    We want tc
satisfaction.     We want to give you goods at f|
11 prices.   Note these prices for to-day's selling
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the   \
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd. j
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Seeded Raisins
I6-0Z. Pks.,   3 for 25|
Taylor's Cleanser
3 tins for 25c
Wheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25J
ADAMS & DEAN:
The Premier of Australia proposes
to begin tbe payment of old age pensions next year.
Lloyd's "Register" reports that the
.shipping  under  construction    in    the
United   Kingdom amounts   to  $89,	
tons less than in the previous   twelve
months.    This is ihe biggest de
since 1S84.
fcreas-
The Congo Reform Association,
meeting in Liverpool on Monday last.
announced that If by dune next Bel-
Kim, i had not annexed the Congo In-
.;������ ..id. nt State tii il Bri :tin ani the
in ti ���! States' would t ike measures tu
compel ine Congo Govi rami nl to ob
serve tiie treaties wiiich it has hitherto openlj .iu i persii lently violated,
The whole oi flallcia Is in a state of
feverish excitement ti\>-\- \\\,- as-
���.. .nation al Lemberg on April i-
jni Andreas Potockl, tbe Dover
nor oi Pro.im-'���. . >��� a Ruthenlan sin^
dent n.ini'd Mlerslap BJzynskl while
the (nnni u.i.. giving an audience to
a delegation of students, The "Young
Ruthenlans"  in  the  Austrian   Parlla
meal declare lhal BUCb crimes are ll
national   necessity  in   or lei   iii   pui   a
ijtop io Polish oppression, while the
Rutl.en.an students of Vienna openly
rejoice over the murder,
For the purpose or still further oppressing the unhappy PoleS, a law has
passed in the Reichstag, by a majority
���of only 20, depriving the whole population of the eastern section of the
nulii of public meet ng, and, consequently, of lhe effective discussion of
niaiters of public Interest, As drafted,
the bill Is applicable to th ��� French
people of Lorraine and the Danes of
North Srhleswig.  Hut the Ckm-rnmenl
���cynically avowed    in the   Reichstag
��� thai It did not  Intend  to apply It to
.'Omni.    Th's inarkH tho tlilrd stage of
the process of extermination of what
'Chancellor  von   lluelow   oncp   termed
tin. ''Polish rabbits," the other two being Ihe exproprlat:on   and   education
��� laws
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It's Oxford Time
Phone 97.
We never sold Oxfords as fast as we
are now selling them. This will be a great
season for all kinds of low cut Shoes. We
have them in every style ���Lace, Blucher
cut, Button, Pumps and Colonials.
TANS are "it" this season and we can
give you an exceptionally good variety in
them- Chocolate, Golden Brown, Wine
Color and Light Tan.
Oar full line of Canvas goods i.s here.
They are the newest ideas from Boston.
Prices $1.75 to $3.50 a pair.   See them.
Prompt DelivJ
ARE YOUR EY1
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them I
amined. We make "3 tl"l
for testing ycur eyes. All wi
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Oplid
Optica
Parlors   m T. GiM
Jewelry  Store.
fl F. CRAKE i
Men's Oxfords
i ii ��� ai   Blucher cut, per pair  . $5.00
:': I   ii!   [Jjrtton,   per   pair    $5.00
��� I n i:i< tal button, per pair ... .$5.00
Hun mi (al Blucher ciK, per pair $4.50
\'( i kid Blucher cul per pair . .$4 00
T n 1    in    button    and    lace,    per
; nir     $4.50 and $5.00
Tan  and  iii cat  pumps, per pair $4.50
,111 I    $5X0
Ladies' Oxfords
Chocolate and tan Blucher cut,    per
pair   $2 50 and $3.50
Vi I l.i.l in all cuts, per pair $1.51
tO   $4.00
Pi tents in bul ton and 1 ice, per pair
$3.50  to      $5.00
B] ������ ��� al girls' Oxfords in tan and blac'i
with low heels; sizvs L' to ���>; per
pair $2:3
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4
English Watchmaker
Two   door,   frcm   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's silver Watches, open
ace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's silver watches, double
1 case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
I Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellrnati
1 Arctic K.-iiediilon.    \ll warranted
'   Chulns, Kings, Jewelry, eie., ,.<r
1.as    Watch   repairing-    nnafans
.-anon
m HectTic Blue-Pri
t
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CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRI-TE
NONE BETTER THAN
THt
Any Size
Maps, Charts and Drafting
mm
The  Vancouver   Map and  Blue-
Print Company,
411 Seymour St., Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFICE?
JBL. Neville Smith, 15. (.. L. S.
Crescent lilock |
Tilt SIMP THII
Jackson I Morrison
Located al lhe REAR
of "Dally Mhs" Blocli
NEW
WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
gWeha
���      VVEARE
SPECIAL AGENTS
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster
ve just received
and you are invited to inspect,
i     without doubt the finest re*
lection ef HIGH - CLASS
I WOOLENS that ever crnsed
,     the pond.
I- ���       '��
ij. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia St., NEW  WESTMINSTER
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster N
Removed to Tenth St., bej
tween Power House ana
Galbr&ith's Factory.
JOMN RE,D��
Telephone 53.
a   (I. BW
New Westminster.        r -* APRIL 25,   1908.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE flVE
���fl CASH STORES   T.H.SMITH    THE GASH STORE.
^rZZ^******~******* ***l^******7***^*T****7*li
TheChanceofalifetime
ft and 75c New Dress Goods S
Chapman's billiard'and pool parlor,!
dnest in B. C. Dominion Trust I
hlock. ** !
Remember   the   slice   sale   at   u.
. mson's shoe house, Bfegble street.
Oi posite Windsor hotel. ** I
For Quick
Sale...
Tne Sunday   dinner  al.  the  Russell]     The government cruiser Georgia re-
hotel   will  bti  as  sumptuous    as    on  turned   yesterday   from  Nanaimo,    to!
previous Sundays, and a full orchestra1 which  place she  took a consignment
The Greatest Dress Goods
Sale in the Annals of This
Store
., are overstocked in this departrnenl and have to sell over
J2Q00 worth of dress goods to reduce this stock to Its normal conation. We. have decided to absolutely give away over 85 pieces of
dress goods below actual cost���our loss is your gain. Price cut is
certainly the greatest and broadest we have aver ye' offered tor these
three reasons;
FIRST���Every yard is brand new .sea-enable summer goods.
SECOND���Every yard is absolutely below wholesale cost.
THIRD���The broadness of the range shown and the variety of the
goods combined with the unheard of price Is bound to make this a
rei letter s,ale.
Just a word as to the goods. Some of them are on display in our
windows, but remember the window is but the stepping stone to the
greater variety within. They come in plain .Mohairs, 44-inch wide in
Hack, brown, cream, navy, royal, myrtle and givy. In fancy tweeds
all colors, two tone monotone effects. In Shepherd checks, Scotch
I ial is. Roxanos, Panamas, Arm.res, etc.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the unheard of price, per yard. 25c
s
.viil lie in attendance.
The most convincing argument in
favor of "l,. C" and "Old Sport"
cigars is *,hc cigar Itself. **
The drawing  up  of  the  schedule  of
bas; ban  games  for the coming sea-'
son has   een left In the lump"? of Sid
Malcolmson, who expects to complete
his task this evening.
.1. II. Brownlee, C. B., Dominion and '���
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an ol
fice in tlie Gulchon blop.k, Phone 338. *
T      ii iles of sittings of the county
court of Westminster will \e held in|
I'm nr:'  on   fli,.   second    Monday    and
Tui   laj   nf  each  month.    Heretofore
the   sittings   ins*,   l.rrn   on  the   first
Monday.
To dispute tiie superiority of
"Brillante" cigars is to question the
value of quality.
of trout  fry  from  the    Bon    Accord
hatcheries.   A supply of these fish arei
taken  to Nanaimo  each  year  by  the]
government.
Phone 11-7-. for
pn sslng, repairing,
hotel.
cleaning,   Dyeing, j
Opposite Premier
The Fairview Intermediates have
announced Heir intention of again
meeting the Wos-niinsto. Intermediates on the lacrqsse field, and
have signified their willingness to arrange details for a match in Vancouver on May IS.
Beautiful building lot,
two blocks from car, in
one of the best locations
in the city, will be offered at a sacritice price at
my office on Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
W. J. KERR
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
tAT
at the
Astor Grill
The  Largest and  Finest  Equipped   Cafe   in   Western   Canada.
Six course Busin iss Men's
Luncheon served from 11:30 a
m. to 2 p. m., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner f. m 5:3 |
to   8   p.   m.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2343
A.   N.   PRENTICE,    Less;:   and
Manager.
1819
?>a>
1908
..
Robert Cox, a man wanted  by   the
Vancouver   police on    a    charge    of
Secure yonr real- for "Tiie Magic
Lamp," tiie theatrical production that
i.- worth while. Tuesday and Wednesday. **
Preparations tre
especially Interesting meeting of the
Olivet Baptist Young People's society
on .Monday, when Rev. llatt, superintendent of missions for British Columbia, will be here to address them.
Three big automobiles have been
si cured by Fire Chief .1. li. Wat. on
for the May May celebration, one each
being supplied by the Terminal City
company, .1. II. Massey, and another
lirni. The benzine buggies will be
pressed into service ,at the park by
l I he youngsters, who will enjoy end-
being made Cor an ie8a free T\(ics ar,���m,i  the oval with
SQth
Anniversary of Oddfellowsbip
The brothers of Royal* City lodge
No. ;:, Amity lodge No, 27, Harmony
Encampment No, 2, and all visiting
Odd Fellows, are requested to meet
in the odd Fellows' lmll at 6:30
o'clock sharp, Sunday i veiling, April
26th, preparatory to attending Divine
service in Queen's Avenue Methodist
church.     The   members    of    Beulah
perfect safety.
I Rebekah   lodge  -N'o.   5,     and    visiting
Walter Dingle, formerly of this city sisters, are  asked  to     meet
malicious damaging of property,  was  Special  music  has   been   provided  to
arrested at one of the city hotels yes-
lerday and later taken to Vancouver
by Detective Perry, of that city.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
add to the attractions.
See Abbott & Hyde about those two
lots, from which a magnificent view
of lhe Fraser river and valley is obtained, at the head of Keary street,
Sapperton.    Only f240 for the two. **
and at present living in Winnipeg,
will on Miay 23 add strength to the
valiant larmy of benedicts, his partner
on this occasion being Miss Windle,
a young lady recently arrived in this
country from England.
at   the
church at 6:50.
By order,
G. E. GILLEY,
C. S.  KEITH,
H. HAMLET,
Committee.
Cricket, practice will be held at| An executive meeting of the New-
Moody square this afternoon <at 2:30,1 Westminster Publicity association was
instead of at Qeen's park as origin-1 held in the board of trade room yes-
ally announced. The change has been! terday evening, when a plan of cam-
made in order to avoid clashing with palgn was mappe> out.    Active work
o
o
O
<���
the baseball match.
will be begun by the association   as
8 i-2c yd. Bleached White Cotton Special. 81-2c yd
550 yards, 36 inches wide, Premier quality. White Cotton, finished
soft for the needles, at 12 yards for   i $1.00
lOc.   Dress Muslin.   lOc.
The   iress muslin sale goes
Then ana --till a few remaining,
per yard  	
merrily on.    As  the old .song says:
The regular prices are 13c and 20c.
 10c
Two Specials in Lingerie Waists
brand new, dainty waists in mull lawn, batiste, etc.   Nice trlm-
mi !  with  lace and embroidery.   Regular price of this lol is $1.."0, but
wing card will clear at 95c
Six dozen lovely waists, elaborately trimmed.   Tucked and inser-
also in shadow work, with Swiss embroidery, short   and   three-
ter sleeve8,    Some open  fronts,  others  open  at  back.    Regular
.2.25, special each  $1*25
T. M. SMITH
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rm
Hum!! ol the Hat Beautiful
The Store Value Built
it.-AJi\v;&BI^JLm*S^'SiM^^��^f^fimi
soon as finances are placed on a sollll
A  cast of fifty  people    nave    been basis,
hard at work for weeks past.   The re-1
suit of their exertions wlll be seen ini For ,15�� a��wn and the balance
"The Magic Lamp" on Tuesday and' (*1300> Payable $15 per month you
Wednesday. ������may secure a comfortable five room
I furnished   house   with   good    garden,
Rev. B. A. Sand, pastor of the stable for Hiree horses. This property
Lutheran church in this city, will Is close to the car line, is in good re-
leave this morning for Anacortes, pair and affords an opportunity, not
where he will address meetings of often found, to buy a convenient cosy
Lutherans on Sunday afternoon
evening.
THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced on Tuesday, April 14, 1908
at J. A. Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and Just six doors below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our Immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right in the new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
This Is the chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
discount allowed on any article you choose to pick out.
and | home on the easiest of terms
* Shiles, 260 Columbia street
ent cosy ���
. White I *
.city. **\X
TEL   73.
JOHN A. LEE
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
All  kinds of annuals at Tidy's,
lorist.   Phone 184.
the
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)ry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
rer to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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The Patterson Eckart Lumber company capitalized at $20,000, has been:
Incorporated to take over and con-
ducl the business at Chiliivvaok known
as th Eckari -mills. A quantity of
new machinery was recently shipped
through the city for the new company,
who will make many    improvements
The annual meeting of the women's
auxiliary of the Royal Cohurfblan hos-1
pital will ]te held in the board of trade j
room on Monday afternoon, when reports for the past year will be read
by the secretary. The election of
officers .will be proceeded with, while
considerable routine business is to be
transacted.
Chios reigned for a short time    in
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and
additions
to
"the
plant.
T
10 trade fi
nd
s it both ss
ttflfactotjr j
and
profitable
to
sell
"B. C."
and
"Old
Spo
���t" cigars.
,
* *
the Central school yesterday when
uneof the students located a nest of
rats in tho class room. A shriek oi
two an i 1'uc whole class were on the
desks in  wild  disorder and not Until
A conferem f Lutherans will   be'the.-caretaker had    been    summoned
held In this city from May 0 to May  ai11' dispatched the unwelcome rodents
in,  pastors  from  California^  Oregon, was discipline restored.
Washington and  British Columbia be-       A ga|.ixy gJ .^.^  ^j....,,  wm ^.^
ing in attendance.   Kev. Mr. Hougen,   tain patron8 of Uu, theatre on Tues-
���f Tacoma, will preach at the opening (lliy and Wednesday with' that excep-
session,  while Rev.  Kiverston, of BU-   lk)11,.1 ,,,(>(111c.tu, 14 -Thp Magic Lamp."
Verton, Ore.,  will address    a  massed  S(,|, Ryal] |()iliy [or t,u, u>ttei. geatB ,
congregation on Sunday, the last day
of the convention, Morning and after
noon meetings will  be held  In South wn flel
Westmin ter     .Ml  evening    meetings
will be conducted In this city.
I
.
Lawn Grass Seed
30c lb.
the  kind that grows
At
yall's Drug Store
Westminster
Transfer
***<���<> 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
"''     "   ,;' llverefl    promptly    to
���"������'���' PWt of the city.
m and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
This Week
We are  showing
Brushes
Including
Hair
Cloth
Tooth
Shaving
Face
Hal
Hath
Plate
Hand
Imported dlivet from the bS8t
makers at the best prices. We make
a leader of a twenty-live cent tootn
brush���and will replace any one. not
satisfactory.
Rev. W. M. Rochester, MA., west-
1 secretary of lhe Lord's Day
Alii..nee, will be louring* the coast
about ih l;oglnnlng of nexl month and
will address meetings In this city on
Sunday, May 10. lie will speak principally on the .Sabbath question, and
will touch at length on the work ot
the alliance throughout the Dominion
Thirty siimies of milk, analyzed during the past week by the 'ity medic
health  officer,  have  been  found  to be
till over proof, the, sliowlng being niosi
satisfactory,     There   has   been   no
trouble with the city's supply of lac-
ea. fluid for seme time, the periodical
taking of samples from dealers, hotels
and restaurants timing to keep up
the high quality of the milk.
A new man today handled the af"
ftlrs of the Canadian Pacific Navigation company in (he city, tire agent,
John Kerr, having handed In his
resignation to the company. Many
regri. that .lohn is to be replaced and
ll in understood Lhal a number" of
business men of the city win ash the
company   to  en leaver  to   retain    his1
services.
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Are now offering for sale a special line of
Dinner Ware
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
*, Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
*   so cheap ?
��� Columbia   Street.        Nfew   Westminster,  B. C.        Phone  92.
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DO IT NOW
THE
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DAILY      NEWS
'.'ou WANT HELP.
CURTIS'
Drag, Spectacle* Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER. '
Johtl    1��.    Uoche oiler's    paster,    Ilie;
Rev.  Dr.  Eaton,  Is expected to  v.s*t
thc coast in about three weeks,   nnd
wlll speak on the Sunday morning he
spends In this town at the OHvct Uap-
tlst church.   Dr. Baton has charge ot
the Euclid avenue    Baptist    cnurch,
Cleveland, Ohlo\ famous   as   Kocko-
f.ller'. place of worship.    Dr. ICaton
Is a Canadian,  lorn In Novu Scotia,
' and was pastor of the -.rougher street
W/Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge| jjjhurch, Tm -i;.), bofoj-o'Su   went   to
ef the Optical Department Cbve.-ind.
w��*Taj^;*s&'-a_iuv��w^).:^.'^:v':'��'**��
HAVE YOU INSURED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES 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 KINDS OF LIVE
8TOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.
APRIL
PUCE RUPERT RATES
HAVE BEEN RAISED
Agreement Entered Into
Will Remain in Force For
Rest of Season.
��� NORTHERN BANK
Head Office,
Winnipeg
in
!
.
Ihr
', dco iver,   April -i ���Py a traffic
i ��� .,.( nt  entered Into by the C.  P.
R . he Union Steamship company, and
the o'.vits    Steamship   company,
the :' r i ransportation of general
i
uni..     lisi  from Vancouver and Victoria  lo  Prince  Rupert   and    Ski
��� en Increased $1 00
I a,    Tliis agreement Is now    in
I    will ��� 'n    In
com    -. season. 1
r of otber chances in the
I ��� ates on th    coa tin - rqn   ~~*
I , general merchandise
t.i  Prince  R t'perl    and    the    Ski   i
: -   inten sting  to snip
pet    -' nerally.
It is remark d by shippers
M i Qzie Bros.' steamship line Is nn:
a phrty to this joint tariff, and as it
Is rei ,rted thial this company may
'. rter the steamer Transit now lying
at Nanaimo, there Is a possibility that
it may secure a large amount of
>     th    n  Br lisb Columbia trade.
The only bank with  Head Office in  Western Canada.
Growing with the West, studying the interests of the West, serving the West with our entire resources���so we progress.
SAVINGS   DEPOSITS  ARE   SPECIALLY   ENCOURAGED.
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Pest  and   Undivided   Profits.  $133,000.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
: _a____.. .ra*3_iS___ir,.Tf__^^
by an accepted bank Cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque will be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a I
contract with the Department or falls
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will be considered. SEALED   TENDERS   adaressed to
The Department does not bind itself the undersigned, ami endorsed " 1, ,.,,
to afceept the lowest or any tender,    j for heating   Post   Office, Vancouver,
Newspapers copying this advertise-j B. C," will be received at this office
ment without, authority from the De-| until  Saturday,  April
partment "ill not be paid.
O. O. F.-AMITY LODgTT^"
Th* "WIT ., iZ* ' *>���*%
ireheldino
' la   street.   ....
at 8 o'cli
18 "f'
�����_.
���V. O.  U. W.���FRA ~ --
-Meetings, WO,��
F. GO URDU AU,
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries.
Otl  ��� ���'. ''.'it ida,  l 111-  March,  1908.
/.' . ��� -     ���  ���. **-���*
CHURCH
SERVICES
i lontributions for this column must
b< left at the off ce of the News before
D ��� .i.: i n Kr, lays. '11 ��� omission of
iny chu notice i imi this columi
Indi that no c    y has b en turned
: i    ���  the pastor or oth ���.��� i    possible
iri  ,i
Sunday, April 26.
 I.N1T.    Celebration of the
y   C       . inlon    S   a.m.,    Matins,
Litan; mon 11 a.m.   Evensong
on 7 p.m.
.    \"S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W.  ii. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
ilar services at If a.m. and 7 p.m.
school and Bibb  class at 2:30
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Morning subject:
"Supernatural Christians. Evening:
king Cfp." The young people's
meeting on Monday evening will be a
special service addressed by Rev. Mr.
Hatt, the Baptist superintendent of
I , -ions for British Columbia. The
services w.ll be In the audience room
of the church and special music has
been provided.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deR. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Com-
munlon first Sunday in the. month after morning service. Prayer meeting
cn Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
ynoptls     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reseiv.l. may be homesteaded by '
any person who is tlie sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of ltiO acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
made  in person  by  the  applicant at
la Dominion Lands .Agency    or   sub-
agency . for the  district in  which the
'land is situate.    Entry by prosy may,
I however,   lie  made  at  an  agency on
certain conditions by tlie father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
apon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. uot less
than eight (80) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of bis homestead.   Join
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes
an.l marked on the envelopes "Tender
for Xew Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
the following leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded '12 feet and
depth from top of keel plate, to top of
beams at side 17 feet, and to be de-'
livered at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specifications of this
steamer can be seen at the Depart-
meat of Marine, and Fisheries, Ottawa,
afthe offices of the Collectors of Customs at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-j
wood, Midland, Vancouver and Sydney. N. S., and at the agencies of thc
Department of Murine "and Fisheries at
Montreal, Quebec, St. John, X. I!.,
Halifax, X. S., and Charlottetown, P,
E. I.
The  same   plans .and  specifications
ownership In land will uot meet thisjcan be procured by application from
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 MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For I"im" Tables, etc., address
require!,n nt.
(il) If e fat her tor mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
aas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by .him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with tbe father (or mother).
(4) The term -vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on fanning land owned .by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unautlior.zei: publication _f
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
the     Department     of     Marino     and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May
next and at the agency of the Depart- [
ment of  Marine  and   Fisheries,  Victoria, 13. C.
Each  tender must   ue accompanied
SEALED   TENDERS addressed   to
_ lersigned, and endorsed "Tendei. Eor alter.elo i.- to the  Post Offica
Bpl ling, Victoi la, B. C" " 111 be re-
i at this office until Wednesd iy,
Apr 1 22, L9 18, im luslvely, for the co -
mu of the alterations to the Post
Building at Victoria, B. c.
Plans and specification can be
and forms of ti nd     o itained at this
; mi ut an I on application to W 1-
li.itn Henderson, Esq., Resident Archi-
i    ���   Victoria, B. C,
Persons tendering are notified that
h  _ will ru ���   'i ii, red unle.*n
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each lender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter 3d
ank, made pa. able to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent, (lu p.c.)
of the amount of tJie tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the worl; contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Dej    tnn at do ���   ni t bind Us df
in accept the lowi st or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary,
Di partment < E Public Works.
Ottawa, March 19, 190S
Ni wspapers wli: not ue paid for this
advertisement if thej insert It without
a uthorlty from the Department.
_  '       ADVERTISE k
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR QUICK RETHRNS.
5, 1908, inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building ai
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans and specification can be Bei u
and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from W.
Henderson, Superintending archil et,
Victoria, I.s. (,'., and from Mr. Cha
Tossell, Clerk- of Works, Vanco
B. C.
Persons tendering are  notifli  ;
I. n ier; will not be consideri d
jade on the  pr nl   I   foi m
ne i  with   i'". Ir  act!.. !
tures.
Each  lender  urn-1   be  acci m a
'.v an accepts l cheq te on  i      nfl      I
bank, made |     able to tlie oi
Honorable   the    Minister   of   Pu
Works, equal to ten pi r cent. (10 ]     i
of the amount   of  the  tender,  wh
wlll be forfi Itej if the persdn tendering   decline to enter  Into a  contract
v hen called upon to do so, or if hi   I
to (omplete the work contract! d I
[f the tender : e nol    acci pt< l    the
cheque will be return* d.
The Department does not hind Itself
! to accept the lowest or any tend";'.
By Order,
FRED. O HLIN AS,
Sec:*' tar
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908
p,i,;-e���
Lodge roon
fellows' bl, . Odd.
':'
	
^OURT BRUNET1���    ���
-Meets   the 10,.
month  al
hall, Od
��� u* K    ' ;
-
tl l��   Led   ���
and Fori  I :..
at 8 p. n
FRATERNAL   '
Aerie N .
:    t
W.  Pres.;   ll
EAGLES,
THE   ROVAL   TEMPL/M      _7^rTu
PERANCE   i
I
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Tt
SOCIATION   LORDOFTHE,Stp��
CAMP, 191..
K or?pTUhaBlf
I.  O.  O. F.-Ri . . ,j
���Meets   In   Od I
urn! la Street, every l ,   |
at 8 o'clock     .
mad i wel
X. (;.; C.-E. Osborn    p
secretary.
Newspapers will net no paid for tftie
advertiaemenl if they insert it withoul
etithority from the Departraen*
"The Milwaukee'
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No trains in the service on any
' railroad  in   thc   world   that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
; _nd .'*���-'a -"��� on all! their trains and
! give ')��� i .. trons an excellence of
��� tervi,      i      , btainahle  elsewhere.
... :   ROWE.
I t34 Third St.. cor AH.
F'OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No L
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S ���I
Red Rose Degn i . j, .���'.< .^l
Fourth Wednesda   of I
in K. of P,  Hal , i   . st, at]
8 p. in., \\ bite Ri .,[
Wednesday    in    , .; hanle|
time and pla
OTHER     FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.!
li   the Union L. I | \
F.   md   \. M.; Kin ��� |
No. 17, A. V  an l A .
No. 1150; l.. it   I.. N I
Sap* erti n   No.  1683, 1 I
v..   Court Wi [
Brol
General Agent,
r   r^o'-tl-'-d. Ol
t
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
GEO.  W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, ill.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:86, 11:85,
16:15, 17:. u, 18:40,
Arrive Xew Westminster 10:25,
12:46, 16:80, 1S:25, 19;86,
Overland express arrives 12:15
leaves 16: 15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 t>..r.
Lv. N. W. 4.'15 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
B. C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50. 6.50, 1
end S a, m., and every half hour there
flf'er til] U p. m.
Lv. Vancouver lor Wcstnlnstrr at
s.-ee hours
V.. W,  & Y���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.   "'��; ���
JLv. Vancouver 8.86 a.m.. und 4 p.m.
Ru lot 11 and the north half of lot 10,
block A, Government office Gardens,
New Westminster City.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
tho above property will be Issued to
Frederick John Hart, on Ehe llth day
of May, 1908, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest tin rein,
or in any part thereof,
C. S. KI.IT11,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, Xew Westminster, B.C., April 8, 1808.
Tho person or iiersons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver tlie
same lo the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1887, New Westminster City to .1. Wilson, conveyance
in fee.
(h) 6th August, 1888, .1. Wilson to
T. It. Mclnnes, conveyance. In fee,
(c) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes tO Florence Itlanchard Hole,
conveyance In fee.
\Y. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
Rank oL Commerce Building.
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
Ike Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising* columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
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So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
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PROFESSIONAL.
W     NORMAN  BO   I BAJ.J
��       rister and  Soil Itor    Ch ::-|
eis,    Canadian    Bank    ol |
fling, Ne��  w i stinlnsti r, il. C.
A WHEALLER,    BARRI. .:   . i
���   llcltor,  etc.,    42 L -   ���:
opposite Court House, New \Y.;t*_:_.|
ster.   Phone 143.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, E-:
ters and solicitors, Blackie B'.k,!
Columbia street, Xew WestniiHW
W. J. Whiteside, H, L. Edmonds.
MARTIN*,  WEART &  McQUAKUBJ
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,]
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
j Clarckson and  I_orne strets. Vanco*. I
! ver, rooms 21, 24, 415 Gran vide street,
Joseph .Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W,
��� G. McQuarrie,  H.  A.    Ilourn..    Mr.I
' .Martin  wil  be In    tlie   Westminster|
! offices every Friday afternoon.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister I
Solicitor, Guichon block, C^lun-
cih and McKenzie streets. New wei** |
minster, fi. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barret"'. Solicitor I
and .Notary Public, \�� -iractlce s.���� [
1891 at New West mi--���"-"��� pr- ��*'
flees removed to C��rtis Block, Clark-1
son   street, opposite   Court House,
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and MU |
streets, Xew Westminster ?������
BOARD   OP TRADE.    N-    ���'    \
ster Board of Trad     i
Board Ro , City Hall, aa l
Second Wednesday of each .     .
Quarterly   meetings oi
Wednesday    of    February,    w
Augusl and  November, a       ��� ���
Annual   meetings   os   ' ��J
Wednesday    of    February,    ���
members   may   be   pn    ��   '
elected at any monthly or quarter J
meeting.    A. B. Whin. B��   ^__
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
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Royal City M'lis-
-Carnarvon and Tenth.
-Royal avenue and Blgj��
-Fifth aveuue and i��'c.nt'.
-St. J'lary's Hospital.
���Second and ParK Row-
.Columbia  and  Dufleris
���Sapperton .(i
Queen's  avenue ***
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-Fifth  av-ue and
-Fifth avenue and     ���
-Third avenue and Tenia.
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APRIL   25.
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGB SEVEN
ntend Building?
ex��nt
���Tnere |, no time like the present" it an old saying but more especial
|t is. however, very questionable if it will remain so much loncer
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0NT PROCRASTINATE until   priCes go up again
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN B
# doubt the most desirable property   in the City of New Westminster     WE
. ,e purchasers  BUT  IN  THE   VERY  HEART OF THE BEST RESI
lt is situated on FIRST STREET  between  SECOND  and THIRD  AV
Fraser River and the Pitt Mounts ns    You can also see all the LACRO
^ere   Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot  street   and  has   a  lane   at   the
. |0t is too small for your purpose ���-_��� can take two or three and have
.' which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
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y does this apply to building operation,   at this moment.    LUMBER HAS   GONE   DOWN   to  a  very  astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year.    Make inquiries and convince your-
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E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE   of what  is  beyond the  least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy  names  in order to  attract
DENTIAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. Ee sure to look at these lots before buying else-
tear    Below is a plan of the property winch you might cut out and t =ike with   you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want.     If you cannot aford to buy Iota facing on the  Park  look at the back  lots,
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL  THIS  PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given  with .vary lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE AR RANGED.
ALSO
Tlie    1.11(1    Of   ��<ml,��.
What brings abet:! the end oi Ivv)ka1
is it tire, WSter Worms? As ->ve\-y
bI .. launched Is bound to be wrecked,
e ery theater to be trained, tiie finis of
the book is Its reduction to Sabefc
WLmi became of the Alexandrian ll-
lu-.-iry' 7 dd the Saracens burn It in
640? There is this question asked:
Was there nn*   Hbrary SI   Alexandria
containing ��00,000 ' Its?   liibtym in-
cllnes to t-ho opinion thai there wns no
such iiiu'ai\. Canon Taj tor Insists that
If there had been a library it whs burn
ed in the time of Julius Caesar. Tradition seems to Indicate, however, that
-.\ as n library In the ������orR.peiim.
bj no means a large collection, but
ther destroyed by TheophlluS or
Theodosius is oo1 known i' looks as
if the charge bfongh. against the Arabs
reeled on no foundation.    Explorations
of Alexandria In 1885-96 show notracei
of the serapeum. The seaport of Egypt
was built on a damp foundation, and
granting that there was a library, If
nol dcetroped by tire, then the papyri
might h ive suffewS. from decay due to
water Rooks Of today laken to India,
to the uthertt state* and to Ihe West
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todies p
much  mildew.
n,.l>ln>an��   I rin��.
The second volume of "'Robinson
Crusoe." by Daniel De Toe.published on
Aug. 20, 171',., was the first story pub
Ilstted In England with illustrations.
The IllUstraMons consisted of a map
of the world, in which thS different
voyages of the hero of the tale were
delineated. The tirsi volume of "Rob
Inaon Crusoe*' wtss published in April,
1718, and became popular at once.   A
Second edition was printed seventeen
days after the first, twenty-five day*
later another followed, and a fourth
was published on Aug. 8 of the same
year. On Auk. 20 the second volume
was issued under the title of "The
Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being the second and last part of
hla life and of the sti-auge. surprising
account of his travels round three
purls of the globe. Written by himself. To which is ftdded a map of the
world, In which is delineated the voyage of Robinson rrusoe."
K Carlo*-*}'  In  1 Inure*.
The following remarkable contribution to the curiosities of figures consists of two series of numbers, of
which no description ls necessary, as
they speak for themselves. Perhaps
there Is no speelal profit In them, but
they are worth preserving neverth*
less:
1 times . plus 2 equals 11.
12 limes 9 plus i equals 111.
It*** times . plus 4 equals 1111
1234 times 9 plus 5 equals 11111.
12345 time. 8 plus �� equals 111U1.
12.4.6 times 9 plus 7 equals lllltll.
1234667 times 9 plus 8 equals 11111111.
12346678 times 9 plus 9 equals 111111111.
1 times 8 plus 1 equals 9
12 times 8 plus 2 equals 98.
123 times 8 plus _ eqluls 987.
12,14 limes 8 plus 4 equals 9876
12345 times 8 plus 6 equals 98766
123458 times 8 plus 6 equals 987664
1234667 tlm��s 8 plus 7 equals 9876643.
12346678 timet 8 plus 8 equals 9876B4S2.
1234667W* times 8 plus 9 equals 98TS4S21.
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White   Anlmnls  Can't  Smell.
'Ture white animals," aald a pel
stock dealer, "have no sense of smell
Henre they i.re continually eating
things that disagree with them, and In
eight eases out of ten poison themselves nnd die. Pure white pigs Should
never be allowed to run loose In ths
fields and woods. For, without ths
protection of a sense of smell, suck
pigs, when they get out, ea. all sorts
of poisonous roots and berries aud dl��
off rapidly. "In Afrlea the white rhinoceros polsouB Itself by eating ths
euphorbia, nml pure white sheep ars
difficult to rear because they are continually tfluttehlng shrubs and grasses
that don't agree with them."
.,   .,., Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third   Sts.   House is seven roomed with mod em improvements
lalx lots and a house facing Fou rtn ��v.n�� u=
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price $1200, *
McQUARRIE & CO. -^^
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Dis
Mail Service
patched by c p. R. train at 8:35
dose 8 a. m.
^<ima_ and Seattle, via HunUngdin.
Sun'i     r'"mon   No-  li  dally  except
������'      Malls RAfAlvorl   at  *�����_.  nm
dally   except Sun-
-.o.  1,  dally  excepi
Is Received at t:\ib p.m.
j Dispatched   by   t��.  C.  Electric railway
Co., 7:<ir, a. m.:
Vancouver,  Ko.   1,   dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 am.
Dispatched by G.N.R- .rain. 8.45 a.m.-
;    Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port  KelK
Mazelmere,     Hall's     Prairie,     Bocae-
!cord. Blaine  and  Seattle  (all  poin
in   Washington  and   south,    also   all
points  in eastern  states),    dally  except Sunday.    Return mall. ����'���>
st   ;;.;!t.   p.m.   Ronacor i Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Claytton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tyneheiad, Wednesdays and SaMi*--
days. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway.
10:110 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2; Victoria. No. 1;
Central Park, dally except Sunday.
Return mail received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, l: .3 o. m.:
Kast Ilurnaby, dally except Sunday
f.eturn malls received a* 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12"0 noon:
Tiniberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mulls received Tuesdays and Frldaya.
Dispatched by C. P. It noar i:30 p.m.
dally   (closes dally at  the same
time during ���vinte*- months:
Ladner,    WVsthain     Island,    Pon
Qulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. dall.
except Sunday. Return malls receiv
ed from 9 a. m. to 11 a. tn.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur
day. Return mall on Wednesdays ano
Saturdays.
Burnaby lake. Return mall ��
3 p.m.  -���
pispatched by O.N. Fyier. 4 o. m.:
To southern poinrs, dally exoe.
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Bnller's Flam
Feb. 21, iA(H_, Oenerrtl Benjamin F.
Butler presented to congress the first
genuine America rl Hag, made of American materials by American labor, ever
constructed In this country. Prior te
that lime all American government
flags had been made of English bunting. Since then all our official flags
have been the product exclusively of
American material aud labor. There
were twenty-six stars lu the flag at
that time.
Ill* l.nM  \nme.
A gentleman once asked a lad whal
was his last name.
"Johnny," replied Ihe boy.
"Well, what Is your full name?"
"Johnny Brown, sir."
"Well, how can Johnny be your Ins!
name?"
"necanso, sir, when I was born my
uauie was Brown, and Johnny wasn't
given to me till I wns a month old."
A  ..rrnw  Raaape.
The company bad assembled In tha
church, but the bridegroom was nowhere to be found. Finally a me*
seugcr announced that tlie young man
had been run over and killed while on
his way to the church.
"And Just think." she said ni month
afterward to a friend, "what a narrow
escape I had from becoming n widow!"
A Prank  of IMemorj-.
Why have we memory sufficient to
retain Ibe minutest circumstances that
have happened to us nnd yet no!
enough to remember how often we
have related them to Ihe same personl
-La Rochefoucauld.
A  Wosler.
"Crime worked a miracle with that
dumb convict."
"How so?"
"He was sent here for uttering far*
ed notes."���Baltimore American
Common sense Is tha sverage seas.*
Mllty and Intelligence of men nadir
tamed >* Individual pwnllarttiak-vt
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SATURDAY.  APR|L
Wanted-
City Lot
I want to buy two city lots
not more than two or three
blocks from the car line, all,
or partially cleared; can pay^
$75 cash, and make a substantial payment in two.
months. Give price and all I
particulars in first letter,:
Box 377, New Westminster. |
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Jap.*.nese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. 0.
Box f>45.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Eitard Block. New Westminster, B. C-
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
GYMNASIUM CLASSES
HAVE BEEN RESUMED
AT
COLUMBIA STREET
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Columbian College Has a
Strong Team for ToDay's
Baseball Game.
reys
For Your Chick's
l-IEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Ego Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
Massage
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your owu home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring un A 339.
CHEAP!
gB__nMS_HHBHB_______BWi. ���ws****'~n*m*i >. oq
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Daily the wise men call upon us and say: "What have
you got cheap?" Now here is something we can recommend for a good subdividing proposition and a barrel of
money can be made out of it:
1 6 O Acres
Only \ miles from New Westminster at the absurdly low
figure of S50 per acre. Note the terms: One-
third cash; balance in 1 and 2 years, at 6 per cept.
Classes In the gymnasium, discon-i
tinned for several" days, owing to
Principal Slpprell's illucss, are now
resumed. Tlie critical point of the|
principal's illness is now passed, although all danger is not over yet. The
absence of the chief executive of tho
school is fult keenly everywhere, but
mostly so in tbe theological department, which is almost entirely under
his control. Fortunately tbe year's
work for the theolbgues ends this
month as it would not have been possible for Llicai to have continued theii-
work without the aid of the principal.]
Ihis afternoon the first local  base- \
ball game of the season will be played
between  Columbian  college  and    the
Painter's  team.    -\ext  Saturday    the
college will play a match against Sap- '���
perton.    As school  closes about Jun.
12,    all    the    college   games   on the
schedule must be played before then,
and this will make them come thick
and fast for the rest of tlie term. Today's line-up is:    Prouty, c; C. Smith,
p.; "Ferguson, lb.; C. Watson, -2b.;  N.
Kenny, s.s.; Fitzgerald, 3b.; G. Fallis,'
l.f.; 0. Hani.a, cf.; Kilmer, r.f.;  Sinclair and Priest, spare.
Articles have been signed between
two of the young giants who live in
the dormitory above the science hall.
Loring and Mowat, for a wrestling
tussle, to take place this morning in
the gym. The most important of the
provisions In the agreement are that
neither man is to weigli over lST1^
pounds, and that all bets are to be
declared off if the struggle results in
a draw. At present Loring is the
heavier, beiug almost up to the limit
set. but Mowat intends to fill up well
on Xemo at breakfast this morning,
so as not to be at a disadvantage.
An indoor track meet is to be held
on Thursday, April ,10, by the young
men's class which Physical Instructor
Robson conducts in the evenings in
the gymnasium for city boys. There
are eight events listed. 111 yard race,
broad jump, hopping race, standing
broad jump, walking race, .lich jump.
potato race and relay race.
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   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Women's,
Girls and
Boys Hosiery
it has been careful attention
to qualit ythat has enabled us
to build iip our large tr:ide in
the Hosiery Department.. No
unreliable line of stockings
finds a place on our shelves as
we cannot afford to soil yon
anything but the best. Years
of experience has taught us just
what lines to buy. Vou benefit
by our experience when you
; uy here.
Some Special Value
In These New Lines.
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Condensed
Advertisements
BUSINESS CHANCES���1 have $1O0D
to invest in an established
business which will give me position of bookkeeper or salesman al
reasonable"salary. Address Box 88,
New Westminster.
TO LET���Newly furnished front bedroom with balcony; close to Sixth
street, 'i'l'.t Ague., street, .
FOP    RENT ��� Three    unfurnished
rooms,    connected.    Corner    .Milton j
and Ninth street.
TO RE.NT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
REGISTERED MAIL SACK
STOLEN   AT   EDMONTON
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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J. J. MACKAY y CO.
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Edmonton, April 24.���A daring theft
of a  mail  sack containing a  pack.ige
of registered letters, eight In number,
.took   place   yesterday   morning     from
the mail  car  of  the  Alberta  express
which had arrived a short time before
from Winnipeg at the C. X R. s'ation.
When the express arrived in the city
the mail clerk left two registered let-
| ter sacks on the hook near f.ie open
.door of the car.   While he w,as absent
I'-ii-i were taken.    The robbers made
' off with the sack for the local post
' office, but one with regis*:red letters
for C. & E. stations was hidden under
another bundle of sacks.    The    mail
j clerks lay in wait for some time, ex-
i pecting the robber to return for the
second sack, but he did not reappear-
No trace has been obtained   of    the
thief.
CORDWOOD FOR SALE- -JGO cords,
four-foot wood. Apply .)��� Bond,
Sapperton,
WANTED���Two heavy teams by day
or contract. Apply Store, Westminster Junction.
HATS retrlmmed at 187 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
WANTED���To buy new and second
hand furniture. Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired. Speck & Crandell, Front street, near tram office
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HOTEi. GUESTS.
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! WEDDING     PRESENTS
��� Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS?   We have now on
��� exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried in the city
��� We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all
��� other lines.    A piece of the Pickard   Hand-Painted   China   will   make
��� a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to Bhow von our goods.      ���
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Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Ringston, Toronto; Nf.
P. Copeman and wife, A, H. Dawson,
.). S, Mason, D. Donaldson and wife,
Vancouver; Mils Walton, Seattle; r.
ii. s. Creaswell, w. E. Smith, a. n.
Spilth, Vancouver; W. .1. Smith, Detroit; .Mrs. li. Johnson, .New York; I).
A. WcKee, Ladner; J, H. Woollams,
Vancouver; (i. O. McLean, Ottawa;
W. T. D.'iiton, Vancouver; B. O.
, Ro iri. K.  L. Johnson, Luluvillc.
Guichon.
J. T. Taylor, Oakland;  c. 0. Ingle-
son, Saltlllo, Coah, Mexico; C. R. King,
Victoria;   i|. Ta. Palmer,   South    Vancouver.
FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Faciflc Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English  subjects, classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487. city.
Girls'  Embroidered  Cashmere Hose���All sizes In a  ,
terns;   extra   quality;   per   pair 50c, 60c and 65c
Children's Colored Cashmere Hose���In sizes 1 to 7 incl
cardinal,  brown,  pink,  sky, black aud cream; per pair  25c to-We
Misses' Open Work Cotton Hose���In .ill sizes, black, tan and will
Per l>';lil'    25c and 35c
Children's   Embroidered  Socks���Black only; sizes I to 'i1.   ne.
per pair  35,
Children's Plain Socks���In short and three-quarter lengths :-.
every size from I to 7 inches; cotton or cashmere and shown In
tan, cream, black and cardinal; ner pair   15c to 3Cc
Boys' Ribbed Cotton Hose���In line and heavy ribs;   two
lines of extra quality are known ag "Hercules" and "Princess'      ���;
all sizes; per pair   25c to 35c
Ladies' Embroidered and  Lace Cotton  and  Lisle Hose   ia
of styles; all colors, such as pink, sky,  brown, cardinal, gr
pagne, heliotrope, yellow, Nile -\n<\  black  and  white;  the
qualities Is exceptional; per pair 35c to $125
Ladies' Silk  Hose���In plain black,    cream    and    white;
$"1.25  to    11.75
Boys' and Girls Sweaters
and Jerseys
Plaiu colors, white and fancy rotors; in nice fine qualit:'.-:        01
coarse ribbed; all sizes and ma.r styles to select from.   You '������
them in the ready-to-wear department.
Ladies' Moirette Underskirts
$1.00 Each.
In black, cardinal, navy and brown;  made of good quality
moirette.; well made;  full size; Bpecial price, each 	
$1.00
W.S.Collister��Cfl
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
%s LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN. CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILy NEWS
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver
Sunday
��
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
 8 A. M.    TO   11  P.M As Usual
FOR   $1,000
(Sec. 2-J>.)
)   FROM
You can secure a new, fully modern house,
and a lot 41x132, on
j Queen's Avenue
Part of the balance on monthly payments.
Full particulars at our office.
F.J.HART& CO.
LIMITED
New   Westminster,"   Vancouver    and    Qiilliwack,   B. C.
Time Is Money-Don't Travel, Just Talk

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