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fe. Carriere Reaches Pier Parent's Home in New Westminster and Tells of Awful Experience in the Heart
of the Earthquake Calamity���With Baby in Her Arms
She Becomes Separated From Her Husband in Hour
of Peril.
:-     '
! In bj  i.n. ning bull Hi
little  two-year-old    haby ln
terrified by the groans . nd
,   of the d' Ing, ��Idle ol I
| ! .1 ii.. rl benoalh her
like   ,i   ship   in   a   Kale   was   the
���   of Mrs, Carriere who   ar-
��� oi .. r of Fifth    and    Ho       I
there to ;iv. tit       i oming.
I mil las, Sunday, thai was th,
Mrs,  C irrlere,  beard  or  saw  of her
ind,    She  arrived   al   the   place
��here  Bhe  was   to  me,'   h, r  friends
only  ,,, find thai  they had  fled  I
rful   thai   ,.   I, ",..��� co il 1
i . hou
Drunken  Revel.
John McPhersor. Asks to Be   Locked   Up,
Accomodated By Chief of Police.
ind   Is
John McPherson, ;i native of Scotland, and until recently residing in Victoria, walked into the office
of the chief of police yesterday afternoon and asked
the chief to lock him up as he was not safe to be at
The man seemed to be quite rational for a time,
but as he persisted in saying that he was insane, he
was put in the cells, pending examination hy a medical man.
From his subsequent actions, it was plainly evident that the man was not in his right mind.
McPherson is a bricklayer by trade, and had recently worked on the construction of a new building in Vancouver. He claims to be a married man
with three children, and appears to he about thirty-
five vears of age.
Convict Who   Attempted   to   Escape   From   Penitentiary
Gets Nine Months Extra���Evidence Is Given
on Both Sides  of   Chrysler
Assault Case.
.... .rn Sunday trom the heart) the  dlstricl   .    She   therefore  waited
.'    I   Francisco  horror. Until   a   cry   an,so  that   th,.   gasworks,
i,,   th,.   kindness  ������    total  whlch    were'only    a shorl    distance
in  Oakland   M, I,    Carrier
'I'i,  a Id  to     I ..   ���::     :, i
Which    Ihey    hl'l    :r, ,:. , T.I,   ,r,    ie  ,a        r
h .        ,, chanalian
.el,  and   a.an    became  craz ���'!  by
drink.    The soldiers eventually came
to in        " , , ih,. entire
During ibis tlmi ! were
., avenue.
recui    ...      licallj, and the r< ; igee
ii    teai   of  th.. ground
yawning   b, a, tth   th, Ir  teei  and  engulfing ih..in.
Sn-.tllpox Alarm.
Where It Was Fiercest.
' n   account   of  the   proximity  of  the
Provided with shelter, protection  namel5| whlch ,,y thu liln���   v���,.,. ,,,.,.,
ih'.  means  of  returning  to her ing tearfully in all directions.
mini    home  in  New    Westminster Soldiers Drive People.
in ber parents, Mr. a,,,l M   . ii" Soldlei i cam,   along  ,i!i'.   ig every
one before them, and urging them to
greater  speed   in   getting  away   from      Towards the end of the second day,
::i.. danger zone.    One ,.;,i man  who  soldiers��� caone  along  and  a,l\i.-,..i all
Carriere states  lha:   at    the bail  passed tl,,. allotted  three    score   "'"' cou'd  possibly do bo to    el  OH
1! te of the earthquake Bhe waa living years     an.l     ten     lagged      behind,  ol  l!'" ,; ���   al once as there were ai
li     her husband,  who is a  ban,,,'. "D��   >��   "pile  of  ib,   urging  of ih, ready  twenty cases of smallpox and
soldiers,    gasped    out,    "I  cat,',    go Quarantine laws were about to be lm-
another step," and laid down on th, P��sed.
sidewalk.   They ran ,,, hi, assistance,]    'l''"''''' was an Immediate scurry to
���f   the   city   where   the   shock  _m  fear and exhaustion had dime i,s  Bel    oul    of   the   city   ami draymen
'ell    ,1,,.   fiercest.'   They    wer,  work.   The poor old man was dead.      reaped  a  rich  harvest.    People with
I own  trom  their  beda  will, lhe vio- Snatches Baby From Danger. ,vl,,,:"  Mrs'  Carril re  cami   '"  contac1
paid all the way trom $25 to $50 to
I.,,,   their  trunks  moved  but
an apartment hous.. on the corner
Winona ami  Fifth streets, in th,
A message received from Toronto this morning
contained the information that the senate of the
Victoria University has conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity on Rev. Professor Sipprell, principal
of Columbia:1, college at New Westminster. The
many friends of the principal who are unanimous in
the opinion that the honor has been most fittingly
placed will not only congratulate him as recipient but
will congratulate the senate of Victoria University
on its choice and decision.
���   of th, shock ami Instinctively
, abbed   her  little  one  and  any
a menu that were within reach, ami
ii-i.ami hurrl, d her from the lot-
; building, not any too soon as
.alls  began  to crumble  and  fall.
Surrounded by Horrors.
���e on tl,,  .sue..; ., ,,< w difficulty
A   man  ami  woman   passing  out
a  side  street  lagged   behind  as  they
watched   some   distant   horror,   while
Iho  walls  of a   building  tottered   ami
Bullets  Riddle  Headgear.
swayed.      A    Frenchman    saw    their      .Men  who chose to stay in the city,
danger, screamed <���,, a warning, grab- whether iln'.'.   were rich or poor were
bed  the chihl  from  the  carriage ami   compelled   in   assist   in   the  work  of
van.    The Instinct  of ihe paronis led  rescue,    Clos,   beside  their little en-
tbem to run after their chihl, fearing campment wis a man with a tall bai
thut the  Frenchman's  intention  were  a.el attire thai bespoke wealth. When
,1    ih.in.    on  one side of    theirievn, and as they ran, the walls of the  tiie call for hei,,  came,   be   declined
lling was a ho,el and on the other building fell   and buried    the carriage ami offered money instead.    The sol-
a   large  and  crowded  apartment   beneath tho smoking ruins. diers refused the money  and  ordered
ie     These had been utterly wreck- Too Much for Old Woman. ''in,   to  go  to  wOrk,    The  gentleman
. .        .     v,.,    <-.,,.    ���. ,.  ���..,..���    .,   ,..,���,.,���   --  refused ami  tiie soldiers Immediately
:n   the  first   IVarful   convulsion  of      Not     far  awaj   was    a   woman,   '���>.,,.,,.       ���  .   ^      ...   ,   ���
years of age.    The horror of tb, situ-   ,M'"'"1  hls  <""  h:lt  wllh  bull9t9  ����
the last she saw of the wealthy loafer
which    lasted    about    twelve
atlon turned the aged i.rah, and she
subdued   expression
ites and seemed to those who ex-
ran   tearing  her  gray   hair,   a   raving
meed   it   to  have  lasted  an   hour.   maniaC-    Men took her in charge, con-
these     buildings    can.,-    the veyed  her  to a  place of safety  and
ims ef the dying ami the horror  bound  her lo the trunk of a iree for
s:!,' keeping.
At   las:     Mrs.   Carriere.     ana     her
j precious    burden,    with    a    puny of I depend  upon  managed  to get  across
strangers,  reached  a place on  Third  to Oakland.    Here compassionate peo-
j street   where  the   men   had   been  ox-  pIe  too_  he_ ,_  cnarge and  with the
oavntitig     for   a   new     railway   spur.  ���,.,..,tesl   kindness   took   mother    and
Turn Out in Force to Prevent May  Day   Disturbances-
One Hunted Arrests  Are   Made  and   Disorderly Demonstrators Are Sent
to Jail.
Paris, May  1,���Today, the day for prisoners were Immediately taken be-
which the government made prodigousj''("'c  magistrates  who  quickly  passed
he was walking off with a pick on his  preparations finds   many   quarters
,.���!,    cries  of  men  and    women
.1  down   by  fallen  timbers;   par-
b, reft   of  their  children,    and
i  :r  torn  from their parents.
Husband  Goes  Back.
i  on  bis face.
News of Husband.
After   much   anxiety   Mrs.   Carriere
and  boy. with only a  few dollars to
|Mr. Carrier, saw that  the buildings  There ihey were beyond tbe fire zone,  e],,],! ,,, ,)ieir home in Wheatland and
and  '.'i  could see the horrors of the' eventually    gave  her  the  means    of
situation. reaching her home  in  this city.    All
Unavailing Cries. I this   time   Mrs.   Carriere   feared   that
Friends who wen, through the city her husband bad perished in the
., Blstlng In the work of relief brought building he had entered in order to
hack lhe story of the St. Francis hotel | get clothing for herself ami their
lire. The lower parls of tho building child. Her hankfulness knew no
was in flames; people lined the win- bounds when a couple of days ago a
dows pitifully caning for help which telegram from h,r husband reached
could no, !��� given. Tbe building her parents. A wit', was immediately
started to totter ami the officers or- senl back advising the absent hus-
il.i.l the soldiers lo shoot all In band of the -'ale,;, of the wife. Mr.
sight ami thus pul a merciful end to Carriere is a barber by trade ami all
their tortures. his tools were burned in his shop and
Distress was experienced on account I they   are lefl   with   just   whal   they
of tho lack of food and water.   From  stand   up  ,���.  to  < ,���,,��<',��� life over
cold Ihere was no suffering, as the again, bul slill truly thankful that
heal rrom the biasing ciiy provided tiny have come through ibe disaster
the  necessary   warm,I,   and   the  light   as well as they have done,
. ,i,  he ablaze as many of Ihe
eirle,,1s had stalled to prepare their
Dining     meals,   and   11,:,,   once     the
no,   w.ll  Btarted  to    burn,
would   he almost     impossible.
|       ngly     in-  took  his   wife    and
one across  the street,  through
. vi  house  which bail    partly
I I     lb,   shock   and   oul     onto
(I :iee,.    There he lefl her and
back l��� try and ge, some clolh-
from   their   old   home,   which   was
badly wrecked, wilh fallen ceilings
.{upon  them, and the disturbers of the
peace were taken to jail.
city presenting ihe appearance of
The striking printers attempted    toi
an  armed  camp.    The   forces concen '
ottering walls that il wus alas much as life was worth lo
It, especially as the fire had
'I to burn there also. He told
' go ,,,, to th, home Of friends of
who lived a block or two away.
Strike Causes Tie Up
Of Tugs and Steamers
trated under Prefect of Police-Lepine
are estimated al 50, ) troops, i2,ouo
police and k,00U republican guards,
gendarmes and detectives. Detachments of troops of all arms took up
positions in the main centres at an
early hour.
'ine bulk of the military forces had
been strictly confined to barracks
since midnight ami remained under
orders to l,e ready to move ai a moment's notice.
Th,  troops at   midnight    began    io
guard tbe public sources of water, gas!
ami electric supply.
The plan of the authorities was to
avoid the use of the military mil. ss
such a step was imperative to main-
lain order. Accordingly the aspect of
the city during lhe early hours wasi
little different from usual, bul toward
noon the military activity Increased.
The Metropolitan railroad ami thooan-i'
march in procession from the Bourse
Du Travail I labor headquarters) singing a revolutionary song. They attacked the police who intervened and
the latter were compelled to draw their
revolvers. The procession was then
broken up.
1. p. m.���A squadron of cavalry with
an ambulance has occupied the part
of tb. Place de la Tolle facing lhe
Champs Elysee. Detachments of cavalry are patrolling thoroughfares In
,1,.. vicinity of tne Ministeries of the
Quay d'Orsa. A police guard bas been
stationed a, the American embassy.
Detachments of troops have jus, taken up a posIUon around Ihe Hunk of
1:.".:; p. m.���The Place de la Republl-
que is Hie scene of countless arrests,
The number of disorderly persons
there has Increased by several thousands. A detachment of four hundred
The Bpring   ' opened      re 'bis
morning, wiih in- Lordship .: , Ig, Ii,
lng presiding. Tb, Grand Jurj   hi
their     foreman,     Marshall    Sinclair,
brought in tr,,.- bill, again.-. Newman
who broke nn;   trom the i���     tent I ll
lasi   Novembei;  against   Pleri    ch ir|
. ,1  with assault    al  Agassiz;    against
,'lrl.l ale,   ill.,,   char:;,,I      wilh     assaull,
ami against a Chinaman, Ah Lee, who
.   accused oi sodomy.
In bis opening addres I In lu, Grand
..'ury, Judge  Irving  congratulated  the
members of the lightness oi i he dock-
el  ihey would be culled upon to con-
Id, i. Pour criminal cases were to be
d before them, two of which were
, i ,. i,i,e an attempl io hr.-ak
jail ami tl,,- third and mosl unpleasant
, .... one of sodomy, lu addition
to I,ringing in bill:.: in these eases, il
would he necessary foi' the Grand
Jury lo visit all public buildings and
report up,,,, their condition ami management,
Tin- lirst case to be considered was
that nf Newman who was charged with
breaking frnm the penitentiary He was
placed in ihe dock in his convict garb,
bearing on the collar, No. in. ami
around bis ankle a heavy chain with
ball attached. On being arraigned, the
prisoner pleaded guilty and asked permission in make a statement, On permission being granted, .Newman said:
"This affair occurred on tho first of
last November, I was a, work digging
in the garden near the prison fence,
Tlie guard was some distance away
ami on the Impulse of the moment, I
enlarged tlio hole, and got under the
f.nce, forgetting tho risk I ran of being shot. I had no particular hop, of
escaping and it was a sudden impulse.
If I hadn't been tempted by the absence of the guard I wouldn't have
done it. I would ask your lordship not
to punish me any more as I've been
punished enough already. 1 have lost
twelve months remission of sentence,
beside wearing a heavy ball and chain
on my leg ever since.
His Lordship questioned the warden,
Colonel Whyte, as to tho prisoner's
general conduct and was informed Ihat
his conduct was generally good. His
Lordship slated that he could readily
understand how a man, on the spur of
the moment might break away and repent, his action afterwards. At the
same time ho must impose some punish,,,.tit as a means of warning others
who might run the risk of getting shot.
On   bell
tence r, ,
. ei te i . ,
''' a
Chysler Assault C
In  the afternoon ,,   .
saul   case wa the jury.
'''he    'si ' rll   11��.
Centra! Park. The in
saulted  ...,   E. J.
of the district who .... , ... ���.
'" ir. conn-
,   Bl   '
'���rl tha   i :, th i,,si, be
ha 1 been       ........       ,.,, ,,-
Central  Park. The road  wa i  n
and ahead ,n hlm was tin  d, ft adant
Chrysler v. hu was . Backs
��� uspend, I        ...   ,   t ol       alt.  \s
he   alien,: ted   to  pass  Chrj !
turned in such a manner us to , rike
him  In   ii:,  stomach with  ;' i
which .'������ ed with bottles. An al
tercation iiu .; occurred In w. i, lr the
wiiiie.- -   was is, lous  by
Chrysler. ,
Dr. Jones, hospl'al ph       in
evidence as to ti, condition of B
well after It li.nl be, u . ilmltted to the
hospital.   He considered     Hal   Hi im-
well's Injuries w, re dI a lerlous , b it
Charles Patterson had m,, Chrysler
after the fight ami Chrysler had Bald
ihai if Mr,unwell died he had brought
it on himself.
Mrs. Smith, who wa- an i ye witn, -
of the assault, corroborated the story
told by the victim.
Mark Miles told of the condition 61
the road al the point where the trouble took place and the last witness fur
the crown, Thomas lb nderson, related how he had found Bramwell lying
almost unconscious and covere.l with
blood at the side of the road near Mrs.
Smith's home.
Two wdtnesses were called by .1. A.
Russel counsel for the defense, Frederick Curzon, who told of bad blood
having existed between the two men
Involved in Ihe affair; and the prisoner
himself, who alleged that he had been
assaulted first by Bramwell. :ui,l that
the Injuries received by Bramwell had
resulted  from a fair fight.
This concluded the evidence, and
the opposing counsels proceeded to
sum up their respective cases befon
Iho jury.
Steamer   Queen City Picks    Up Crew  Collision  Between Barque and Steam-
of    the     Kilmeny    at er Results in Loss of Five
Quatsino. Lives.
Infantry has slacked arms on the Place
-Many    anarchists    have
nibussea continued to operate bul eai, ''" la ll"1'''
��������... ,, ,,,
tralllc was crippled owing lo the cab- ''
I n  expelled     from  Hurls    including
,���,,,, markets were S'ephane Guerezicoff and one woman,
deserted, the bountrj folk refusing to M'  Leby' Moretary "r '"" <'"'"v'"'l;"
risk bringing ln provisions. The suburb' """ '"' labor   ,""1 M' Promata1'   ,lh'
which are guarded by troops were re- *��'"">��� ''"archis, have been arrested.
 ted to be calm. Strong bodies of c" '"""    :: I!   '       :)      '
troops are posted at the main railroad
depots in the city. The St. Lazare uta-
eland,    Ohio,     May    1.���Every
Imber   of the   International   I.ong-
'iii.-n,    Marine      and      Transport
pikers' lmlina  employed on  boats of
Like   Carriers'     association     quil
1> ai midnight last, night and today
a pound of ore, coal or grain was
il   handled  In the    porl  of Cleve-
1 " same condition exists in prac-
111] every Lake Frio port. Every lug
the harbor was tied up this morn-
1   Licensed   Tug.iwn's   Protective
latlbn   an    affiliated   with   the
IJEBhor men as are the firemen of
"gs and not a crew on a union tug
Bd  up  after  midnight last   night.
of Del roil, had to be called Into service t��� bring the big Detroit & Cleveland liner to Cleveland this morning.
Lumber boats, package treighl bonis,
und passenger boats are uot affected
by tho strike at present as their owners are not afllllated with the Lake
tn lhe porl of Cleveland .(,1)01) men
are directly affected, 1.000 of whom
are seamen.
About 650 laborers went out on tho
Cleveland and Pittsburg dock alone.
If the strike continues nny length of
time, however, Ihe men In the independent furnaces will In all likelihood
be thrown out for lack of ore to smell.
The I'oundrynien will have lo quit for
lack of pig Iron and It Is said there/is
more than a chance thai some of the
[Wildcat" tug,  lhe Charles Castle, i steel mills will have to shut down. The
ore supply on Ihe docks is practically
exhausted so far as high grade ores
are concerned. Train crews in number
will be thrown out of work because of
the stoppage of the OOal traffic. Som
of the big elevators will have lo resl riot their operations on account of
the shutting down of the lake grain
ii is estimated that If the strike
lasts for one month 30,000 men In
Cleveland alone will bo thrown out of
Chicago, ills., May l.���At, midnight
last  nigbi   all the members of   the
Longshoremen's union In South Chicago, numbering about ,1,000, quit the
work of loading and unloading vessels.
Of those 1,500 are ore vessels and
three ore laden steamers will be tied
up by lbe strike. The grain trimmers
are Included In the strike order.
tion  Is  .surrounded  by  a  squadron  of
cuirassiers, several companies of infantry, and Republican Guards, Priori
to the opening of lb. Bourse, a regiment of infantry look positions on the
terrace and detach,,,ents of cuirassiers
occupied the neighboring streets. The
Ilourse opened at the usual hour but
business was restricted.
I,:!'!, a. m��� The lioulevar.is, the
Place de la Concorde, the Place ,L>
Letolle. and the Place de la Bourse
presenl their normal aspect. Traffic is
uninterrupted except In the ense of
cabs. Workmen are quietly gathering
mi the Place de la Hopubllquc.
11:16 a. m.���in addition to the occupation of 'he Place do la ilourse by
troops early In Ihe day,    prior to the
opening of the bourse, a battalion of
infantry was stationed on the terrace
of the building and detachments of
cavalry were drawn up at each of its
12:20 p. m.���Owing to an Increase of
the  excitement    on   the  Place- de    la
senibhng at  lhe Labor headquarters.
:;:::,, p. m.���6,000 strikers are holding a meeting at the Labor Exchange
and lbe same number have assembled
at the headquarters of the Confederation of Labor. The military have Bur-
rounded tho buildings and await the
exit of the strikers. Prefect Lepine ls
nu, side and counsels calm. Police
charges are continuous on Hie Boulevard Magenta.
Tragedies In Warsaw.
Warsaw. May 1.���In Poland May
Day ihree policemen were killed in
the streets during tho nighl, bill the
threatened May Day outbreaks have
not materialized up to 2 o'clock ihis
afternoon. Warsaw Is like a city of
the dead. Tho shops and restaurants
are closed. No cabs and no street cars
are running and no newspapers are being sold. Tho streets ure patrolled by
troops, imt a heavy rain Is falling
which Is keeping the people In doors.
New City Hall.
San  Francisco,  Cat.,   May    1,���San
Repiihliqiie the troops intervened nnd: Francisco Is to build a new city hall
u hundred   arrests   wer*   made.   The at once, a temporary structure.
Victoria, April IIU.���Tho halibui
schooner Kilmeny of Vancouver, is a
total loss at San Josef Bay, near Cap.'
Scotl. The captain of lhe schooner
ami live of his crew arrived here to
day on the Queen City, which picked
ihem up al Quatslno, to wblch poinl
they crossed overland.
Excursion  Ship Sinks.
Guernsey, April 80.���The pas iger
steamer Courier,  with  a crew a line
men and carrying aboul  :i(l ex. I sion-
isis. foundered today off Sarlt, soon
after leaving that Island, and sank Immediately, Tin members of rhe crow
and one passenger were drowned, all
the others being rescued. There Is no
explanation of the disaster,
N'ewhave,,. England, May I.-The
Hritish Bteamer Blanefleld, Captain
Isaacs which sailed from Junln, March
10, for ord.rs was sunk ���ll Iteachy
Head today bj the lbi''*" barque Kate
Thomas, Captain Hughes, trom Antwerp for Calais.
Th, ,���;,plain and nine members of
the crew were landed here bj a pilot
boat and H la believed thai fourteen
others were also saved,
Five pi; o   r,  i   ed drowned.
The ca go ol Ih, Bl u ��� eld ��as valued al $250,000,
ivktn, Ma. 1,   Tie  Chinese papers
say thai Prof, Weeks, ot Cornell uni-
sirsity, will be offered the appointment
of financial adviser to the Chinese governmenl.
Britain and China
Reach An Agreement
Hekln, May 1.���The Anglo-Thibetan
treaty was officially published after its
ratification, According lo Information
that has reached the Associated Press
the treaty ln substance ls as follows:
"China pays the expense of ihe recent British expedition lo L'Hassn In
Installments and Great Britain recognizes China's sovereignty over Thibet.
China opens two towns to trade, (lyan-   wnnnniw ��*,,..... -.-���	
gse and Kateko, railways, telegraph. Of British troops C .i��h J" jrl^m
and mines are to be built or oporat- British trade. Pol... a ��.����. wl.
ed by China and Great Mte M gg-fljj*.^STS-i
2 r^r^hir^oC Announced later by , separate
vide the capital for enterprises of this (convention.
eharaoler. Applications from lirillsh
investors for Interest tn such enterprises are lo be made to the Chinese
governor of I 'Hassa. When he approves ratification by the Chinese government, will he necessary. On the full
payment of the expense of the military expedition Great Britain will withdraw troops from Cburabl but may
withdraw sooner. After the wlthdrawi.1
���x -.*g THE DAILY NEWS
:AY i im,
Read This!
White ar/", Red Handkerchiefs, regular 15
cents 5c
Cotton Socks, regular 15c,^4 pair.for. .25c
Canvas Gloves, regular 15c, 4)pair'for 25c
Quilts, regular $1.50 65c
Men's 35c and 50c Braces 15c
Boy's Knickers 25c
Here's Anothei
Come in and see our line cf Suits
Prices Cut in Half.
Men's Pants, regular $1.75 and $2for
Boys' Linen Collars.
TheWestminster CkrthingCo.
INext Royal Bank of Canada, Columbia Street. 	
Having Purchased a Portion of the Immense Stock of
C. F. Jackson &Co. Ltd.
of Vancouver, Retiring Prom Business
For the Low Price of 40 Cents on the Dollar, Will Commence
Friday Morning With One of the
Still Another
Men's Working Shirts, Regular $1.00,
45 Cents.
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts, reg. $1.25
50 Cents.
Balbriggan Underwear the Suit
75 Cents.
Greatest Sales Ever Held in This City
....See Our Prices Before Going Elsewhere....
Best Canadian Manufacture
Then Some
Men's Suits, Special $3.75
Men's $2.00 Shoes $1.00
Special Bargains in Straw Hats.
Men's  Four-in-Hand  Ties,  regular 3.5c,
now _ for _5c
Biggest Bargains in Blankets ever ullered
in the city.
Flanelette Blankets, $1.25..-. 7.5c
| "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" |
J. ms
Sermon Preached to Oddfellows in St.
Andrew's Church By Rev. J. S. Henderson on Sunday,  April 29	
The u,embers of Ihe local Oddfellows' lodges attended St. Andrews'
church in a body on Sunday evening,
parading from their hall on Columbia
street. Tbey were about 100 strong
and Included many of the drdei of 'le
li.bekahs.     Re.     .1.    S.    lie: .       ,n
'he  mud  hut,  among the  Eskimo in' tn,sl-  in    <h<3  all  likeness to
,.:.i palace of ice; among ihe wild me:,  ' Mist.
of Central Australia, more brute than Rev. Mr. Henderson closed wiib a
.:. ni. running wild in his dense few words of congratulation to the
for its, Th,- heathen Chinese, the uu- ordei on their numerical and financial
Lble Turk, the Inscrutable Hln- standing, saying: "The socletj .s:amls
doo, the exclusive Indian, the savage unlay the richest ami most effective
Fijian, in all lands among all classes,  of all  secular
we  find    our brother.    This    is the In the world,    lt claims 1,500,000 ad
breadth and the principle of Oddfellow- herents, the Increase las,  year being  _.       .
ship, because it is tho breadth of 'rhe  101,000.    When  Thomas  Wthlby  aud     ''   *
gospel. ihe   five   who   wero   associated   -with
.,.'him in Baltimore in 1819, eighty-seven   Penetrator
:ars  ago,   formed  this  organization,  Of each crater
i New  Yuri,   Evening  I'nst.i
A  f.w   years   ago  some  irreverent
undergr i Iuai   ��� pui ilshed a Little book
i,:'    i iricatures    and    verse    entitled
"Harvard Celebrities."    The first, skit
benevolent   institutions   ran as follow-:
This is  Shalor,
Sclent ifie mountain-sealer.
joied church unwillingly, begrudging
te ;      roots and fruits that he took. "'Am I his keeper?'   If we answer
guileless and sunny youth, went the previous quotation ln accordance                                                                ^^^^^
lad fro- heart, took the best with the principles of inspiration, this  Ihe-V little dreamt that so many men  Fl,,m tne poles to the equator,
,i ,,is flock and gave it willingly and one   Is    no,   hard   to    answer.    The
reely,  and  a gift is determined, not apostle Paul said:   'Give unto all men.'
'..,   Ita  size  or  material,  but  by  the Every man is appointed to keep : ,me
heart   in   it   anil   the   motive   behind other man or some other life.   Wo are
preached a special sermon on this oc-  |<     Cain showed what  was in bin, by responsible for one another as well as'
caslon and siK-cial music was render-   ,.,: ,    came  out. of  him,   murder.    If the  security  for one another.    There
ed   by   the   choir.     The   anthem.   "O   . ,���  want   to know what  a man's re- are within our reach people that  live
Lord   Rebuke     Me    Not"    was  glv, a       ...    worship is  worth, see him ou, in   utter   misery,   children   lhal.   grow
during   the   evening   and   a   qua,,.',:"   ol   church.     If  he   charges   you   $3.00 in   ihe  foulest dens of sin.    And  God
by Messrs.  White, M. ,1. Knight, Miss   ror  whal   is  only  worth  $2.00  thai  is is not going to work a miracle to res-
Munfl and  Mrs. Corbett, "Draw   Nigh   the   ictual  value of bis church going, cue these people and change this order
lo   Me,   Ye   Weary"   was   very   much   [|  you  really  want  to know a  man's of things.  Ho asks us to use  human
appreciated. eligion,   swop   horses   with   him   on means.    If  we  neglecl   these   people,
'I'.,king  for  bis texl   the    wonts    of   Monday     morning,    Cain   envied    his they   will   remain   neglected,   and   we
ither's acceptance and rose up ami wlll be held responsible for them.    It
Blew h.is brother.    Where selfishness, Is  vain    for  us  to ask.    'Am   1   my
jealousy  and  envy rule, there can be brother's keeper.'    God will ask .very
no   irotherllness and 1 wish this even- one of us as he did Cain, 'What hast.
      H the    words
Genesis J-9, "Am 1 My Brothers'
Keepers" Mr. Henderson preached a
stirring .sermon thai was listened to
with  the   rJosTit   of  allenlion   by   ,!,.'
crowded congregation.
Mr. Henderson said in part. "This
ls a n:���i chapter, lt tells of the
first quarrel, a family quarrel, ;, quarrel that brought ��;<-1���->���--���-��� ami .sorrow
io the lirst bome. II leli, ,,r il*. '
flrsl religious quarrel. Then have
been many since and every one of them
ood and true would be linked together
this evening. And when .lames L.
EUdgley pul his brains inlo the constitution anil laws, he little dreamt
of the helpfulness of the organization
to the millions that would come after
him. Fraternity, co-operation and
helpfulness   we��e ih"   characteristics
of the organization, and the years bul
added to thc usefulness of the work.
You are to be congratulated furthei
on giving a place to women In your
ranks. The Rebekahs lo the number
of half a million find a. place in your
order.     What   more   natural   'ban   in
relief  of  sickness   and   distress
Tamer of the hurricane,
Prophet  of the  wind and rain.
Of the geyser,
Wizard  of  the  frozen  plain.
Hark!   What  is  that deep and distant
subterranean roar.
Arising   near   Memorial   ami   reaching
out  to  Gore?
"Pis  the rumble of applause
When the speaker make! a  pause
In relating a:, a,'.venture from his fund
of earthquake lore.
Ties., lines   are a   not Inadequate
characterization    of   that  .geologist,
'Phone 101
, boul I   have   her   pur;.     Her
ng lo ask three questions.
' Who is my brother?'
"   \iu  I  his I,...per'.''
"  What   is involved In  lhe re. [ton I
"In these days an enormous amounl
energj   is expended on  the better-
thou done,' and to every one of these
smooth religionists, urbane churchmen, and s.lf satisfied Pharisees will
say, 'The  voice of thy brother'., blood
cryeth  unto me  fro,,, the ground.'
"One., she great  mist lonar]   Xavler
lb,.roughly worn ou, with his labors,
said to bis servants, 'I must have
resi, I must sleep.' After resting .,
while he turned suddenly ',, I,is servant   and  sairl, 'One thing  I   forgot,  ll a
little child wants me. I must i���. awakened.' This Is the lender sympathetic
unselfishness thai makes ihe life
great, and crowns It will, helpful min-
Istry. Thai is lb.- secret of the Living-
among us.    That Is lbe secret of the
philanlrophy     thnt   in  ever     widening!
circles is spreading over the field of
Christian work today.
have blackened   the  pages of history, unn,   of  Individual  con.II,ions and  in
I,  ,,.11* of the lirst murd.r. so bluer 'he   Interests   ������   number   one.    The
wa.s the spirit ���f Cain thai he stained '       n te tlon Is vital.    We gel  down
bis bands in his brother's blood, and ^hlnd  our  wall-  ���f religious princi
from lhal   day <���> this unbrolh.rlin..-.- I>l. I and Boclal conventions uml fondly
has been  responsible for the lie   sad- Imagine* that   our   responsibilities   go
.les,   llt,d   darkest   deeds   thai   afflict "o   further   than   the   little   circle  in.
mankind    The trotrhle arose over tha wulch we move,   n, this we arc much
offering  which  each  of them   hud   pre- lk"   "'"  aoelenl   dicks,  lo  whctm  all
pared   to   make   unto  Cod.     The  story "'h""  Ions were barbarians, or like
shows thai   fr<,���,  the  very  firs:   men ������'  tews, to whom all outsiders were
have  be,-,,    divided   Into   iwo    greal .entiles.
classes.      These   tWO   Opposing   Hues       "Chrlsl   took   a   wider   view  and   cul
are  in this  lirsi  Instance represented "Ighl   Into the hear,  of Ihis sn,all���"ss
In   Cain  and   Abel   and  the .spirit   Of '������'  vi-:,,:i.  uml  it   is a  duty  laid  upon
,i���. man li revealed in the' nature or ;    to be Belf-sacrlflclng ami to look
the ottering which each brought  unto ipon all men as our brothers,   By ac-
God.    Cain   brought   the  frull   of the '   ting the theory of the human race
Boll,  and    looked  al   himself    as he    "';" all descended from one common
wanted    to be and  nol  as be   was. ancestor,   the question, 'Who   is my
There was    no acknowledgement    of brother?' 'is  soon   settled.    We  will
pasl   sin,   no   bumble   penitence,   no find  him  in all  races and classes. In
loving trust  iii the mercy and grace nil sorts of conditions and surround-
01   a   loving   Father,     Abel's   offering ���'���<"���������    His skin may  I,., of a differed
was quite different.    He represented color, his Boclal ami moral condition
himself as !������ was. ami consequently vastly different, bul the common bond
his ottering  was  acceptable  to God of  humanity    binds us to    him    ns
wh,, accepted it and rej.ct.ei  Cain's, brother."
And  i   have  often  thought   thai  ibis     The parable of the good Samaritan
acceptance and  rejection of the sac was  I i   quoted,  this  being one of
rlnees   was   determined   more  by   the '  , classics of the Oddfellows,
Irit and manner of their approach     "Our brothers can be found among
.       .,   the actual  oondltlon  of the the red men of the tepee and the tent;   i ���   donate heart, a roadj , al band
I ���.n     Cain  wenl   lo bis  i.n- among the black men of the krall ;,nd|a   self-respecting splrll   and   t,   loving
gentle, refining, ennobling influence
adds beauty and power to the order.
In the eighty-seven years of your history $105,000,000 have h.-en expended
In relief work alone.   The order now
raises annuallj  $6,00,  to help and
io heal, and io hastes the brighter day,
lull orbed  lh ii   is coining."
Let Whiskers Grow.
Berlin, Aprl   30.���A queer kind of a  l.e called an adept
slrlke  In ;  :  ���   place    a'   l.aehe:i.  a
small town pear Neustadt, on the
Hardt.     Tl',"    ���   In   'he   'own   have
takes  the heroic  n Bolution to allow
 their   heard,   :,,   gro.\.     Hitherto   .he
siones,   Careyss, Prys,   Nightingales, bnrbors charged 50 cents a year to a
whose fragranl memory will ever live
philosopher and poet. thai man to
whom all the various aspects of life
were   as   fascinating   as   a   fairy   >;,'..���,
Nathaniel Bouthgate Bhaler,
When Prof. Bhaler died, Harvard
lost one r,i :h.. mosl veivatlla ami in-
terestlng men thai have ever adorned
ber faculty,   By vocation a geologist,
he look all knowledge to be his province,   I,, the sciences   mathematics,
Chemlsl,...     phj lies,   and   tha     several
branches of blolog)    ha mlghl  fairly
  Ills jiiiud  rang. ,I
through lhe who!., region of specula
live philosophy; ami three of bis moSl
popular hooks deal with man iii his
r, latlons to society, "'i'be individual." i
"The  Citizen"   anil   "The  Neighbor."
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Shingle and Saw
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd
New Westminster, B. C
customer who had one shave a' week
In Father's Footsteps.
Chattanooga, Tenn., April
and $1 a year lor Iwo shaves a week.   Rev. Father Sherman,
am ,,f Gen. W.
cutting   was  included   In   t.hese|T.   Sherman,    priesl   of   the    Roman
| prices.   Now the barbers have decided 1 Catholic    church,  started  today
"What  is involved ,��� the respons.-|to raise the subscription to 75 centsI J"artJJ^^'"M��^ ^^
bll|ty,    ,   ������  ,������   ,,,���,,   ���   rin     be for ���,���. shave a week, and .,, makel*" <>' '""  twelfth Cavalry, to mil ,w ,
better    staled than In the    apostle's
,f bis father's ruinous , -oh
words. 'As yo,, have therefore opportunity give unto all me,,.' Th"
opportunity imposes the obligation
Upon us. It Is not merely whal 1��
convenient, or in the Interests of
parly, or will ii contribute I" mj
wealth and comfort; it Is 'I have opportunity und I musi not lose h
"i the ,Teds around me.'
"Have love, ���,,t love alone for me
an additional charge for huir en:Tug.  Ill': routo
Th.. men of Lachen decline to accept   '"  !!l"   *������*���
the   new terms,   and by the way   ofl    The cavalry wlll accompany him as
revenging themselves on the barber:-, ''"' M Alllll"il ;""1 :,! Por1 McPherson
have decided no'  t��� shave, another   detail,   will   he   assigned   to
 n                      , conduct hlm to the sea.
Mew  Matron Wanted.
Olympla,  April 30.���Mrs.    Herman, Judgment for Schwab.
matron  of  the  Western   Washington      London,    April  80.-  In ths    king's
Hospital al Steilacoom called on Gov. bench division  of the blgh couri  of
Mead  toddy and discussed  with  tt'imtjustice today the suii of Davis Ro h
'"Hui hearken to thy brother's call, the reporl lhal Bhe Is to be removed child, a picture dealer, againsl Charles
And    catter like tha circling bu���      from her  position, M, Schwab, of New fork, tor breach
 "'   t ; II e   to all."' Both tho I        ���   ��� and M irf'an ol  contracl   In  falling to purchas,   a
"Thi r, iponslbilll    Invol ' .���   bul pi    ire, "Dedlham Lock," (or $15,000,
.vin.. rierman i   ml      lai sha expects resulted    in    a    Judgment    for    Mr,
to   leave   I ,,���   asylum   abOUl    May   10. Schwab.
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous
JFor detailed information, rates, etc, call on 01
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster
/ /.i/ni'i*'
��� ...-^i-aM-MMit'
fUESDAY, MAY  1. 1906.
i ���.-. k�� i
Clearance Sale
' (Ming Dept
Just a few of those Lonely Suits
left at the Sale Price.     Better
The Suit - .  $3.85
Men's Soft Front Shirts. All Sizes.
Just what you want for
Only - - - 50 Cents
toys' Department
Boys' Short Pants, our usual good
75 and 90c values, Sale
The Pair - 50 Cents
Mothers!  You can get a Suit for
your boys that can't be duplicated
for $2 to $2.50 for
$1.00 -  -   The Suit
Only Brownie Suits, $3.50 and $4.00 values, while They Last to Clear
���$ 1.00���
105 pairs Boys' Odd Knicker Pants, regular 75 and 85 cent values
To Clear at 50 Cents.
The Big Clothing House
Bargains!  Bargains!
:��� ; ,>t
'��� ita
nobody was hurt.   It had not been ac-
cepted by ih>- government, it was not
Published by   lbe Daily News Pub-       '   . , ,  ���   .       ,
lisbing   Company,   Limited,   at   their '"'!'Ii(-'  ."'"i" ���''>'��� ���"',1 ltB ,-"1  "1Vl'
office.;   corner    if   Sixth   and   Front no public loss, except the loss of time,I
Streets, New  V,   sl.minster, B. C. involved  in  prattling ahout ii in par-
Editor  and  Mo,    Edward  D.  Sawyer liament.
'  ���       The collapse may hav.  been cau    I
Advert   ing Rates. by the use of poor material, or, mOi
Believes He Will  Be Next Democratic
Candidate for United States
Wa-'ling,on. April 30.���Former Sen-
Transient   dis   ,iy   advertising,   10 likely, by the fact that the con ti
cents per line (n uipariel) 12 lines to tion took place in the winter.
Subset ,���seVr.._r8  I,erUnef"r One ho,                           produced in
Reading notices, bold face type  20 tha h""s<" a  ,,aB "' """'  '"' cement ator Pettigrew of South Dakota passed
cents per line, brevier or nonparlel, 10 'ollect, '. in the ruins, and submitted  througn WashinBton this week on his
cents per line. ll to the minister of public works, Mr.
Fo.   time   contracts,   special   posl- Hyman    refused  to look at    it.    He  W"J   :''"k <" "V'w York'    "'   made ;l
tie is, apply to advertising manager. ;uU ..,   ,lU   opportunity.     He   should   Hying   trip   to   Sioux   Falls,   his   old
Notices    Of    birth-,    marriages    or h          ;���.,.,,...,   thc  bagi    emptied  it,   home, and  has  now returned  to  New
deaths, 60c.    Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per blown II oul  and burst It, and that is  y0rk  for  another  Indefinite  slay.  In
word.      N'o advertisement taken  f��� all the replj  '.:   need hav.. vouchsafed   ,)0|nt 0( f.,t.t   it js draining a point
to a     .....; criticisms, unworthy o"
less than
Patent or proprietary medicine ad-
vertisen,ents   inserted  at  rate  of  iiO
cents per Inch per issue (display, or if
reading notices, 2a cents per line per   -
issue.   No deviation from this rate for  ,|m
term contracts.
to regard Mr. Pettigrew any long, r as
tlie ,,���]���    ind attention oi parliament.
From the tone of some of the een- a So,l,h Dakotan, although he himself
,::,��� would think thai ii was the sti" declares that  he is a legal resident ,,f that  siate.   His business interests a,',- .,11  in lhe , ast, anil be is
of  the   prime  minister  and   the
Business office   22
Manager's resilience   251
meeting and the council now and  raPIdl>    becoming rich.   On a    con-
he,,  with  :!,.- apology:    "Excuse us.  servatlve basis, i,  is claimed thai  he
gentlemen, bui we reall) musi go and  f'',n  "mv  '���|";'"  "P several  ' * BS
much as he los, in the panic of 1893,
see thai the contractor Is putting
. uough mucilage In the cement for
the Laurl, r tow, r."
Why on earth cannol  we have an
opposition  in Canada that will offei
irdy,  sensible opp i ll lon  to I be
a panic ��hich had nol a little to do
with taking him into the Bilver. republican party, and from ihere Into the
ranks of the discontented an.l disappointed elom, n's of the countrj   I bai
governmenl   of the day. upon Ibsuos ttlwa>'a we in evidence during panic
TUESDAY.   MAY   1,  1906.
, AX ���', -.   Montreal.)
His excellency's 1". il oppo : lon, n      i I nol likely to gel a moment's con-    '   -;'"  democratic  nominee   tor  Lbe|
minds  i ,od deal of "the Wool- sideratlon  from th,   electors of Can-1 presidency  in   1908, and  he  replied
��� i ��� of the attention of the country, rather than a policy of pin-pi Icks,
upon trumpery questions nol    worth,
While in Washington Mr. Pettigrew
isked who. in his opinion, would
modify his position as to state ownership.
He will stand toi municipal own, t
-hip of quasi-public ttllitii .-. and In a
national waj   toi     i ' -'' ''
��� lon of   rallwa
telegraph    comp ml  -  an I    telep
companies.    In a  -��� neral  way,
expected    iha,   be  will    endorse the
rtoosevell position i ��� ��� - a"1'
. ecept the Hepburn bill, should
through    ths sen       ��Ith iu!    amendment.    On the , tlii  i    question, ii  Is
claimed thai he wlll nol be as much
of a radical as S, aator LaFollette.
it is not yel ki ,wn jusl whal pari,
if any, Bryan wlll lak. In the coming
congressional cam n, or wheth
his views will be i.i-!.' ; 'rmulated in
time for an announcement ahead of
the fall .-lections. Some think that he
will defer stating his position specifically until the el, ��� lions are over,
iir- - ��� nabling I Im bis declara
tion harmonize ��       |iu lie i enl
as i:   will  be thi n expressed.
More and mor. li 11 apparenl thai
the  old  .south  Is
lira : adlcall ... .    ���    it
followers, and Incl i  i       i Bi: in, and
Br; an i i now bei
chol, ��� ,,,' all the
ei',,' le ; e.i,|.|,:
Pi   '   ���:,",',    thus   I .  - .''-il Ol
gr id for I ,n thai
Ur.. an   v ill    ...   ' :   I   thai
....    in is  a   ens. ,-vn-
1.   .
Japan's Pipe BeU.
There is   b   bell  In   [Tokyo,  1
which   ls   made   from   tobacco   pipe*.
s,.  Bays the legend Inscribed  around
th,. outside in tour languages, English,
French, German and Japanese
The English version runs as to
"This bell, .-au i��� the city of  r
Japan, Dec 1". 1892, by Tsuda Sen, Is
made from tbe metal of tobacco pipes
ut  more  than  a  thousand  men.
���laves, now fee men."
The story Is that In 1802 a woman
missionary from America waged war
on   tobacco  smoking  and   persuaded
over a thousand men to forswear the
habit. Tbey therefore hnd no further
use for their metal pipes, which were
melted down nnd cast in tlie form of
a bell. Tbe metal resembles bronze,
and   the  1*11  has  a  pleasant   musical
, ���rl..���>   Wrlih   Superstition.
Sn all gins-like, irregular circlets of
some crystallised mineral are occasionally found lu the mountains of Wales,
and concerning these the Welsh people
have ...me curious superstitions. Some
believe that  they  are formed  In the
body Of a snake as B0OU as be reaches
tbe age of 100 years, while others ile
.lure that ihey are formed "of froth
nnd venom" when two large male
B, tea meet. Camden, tho great Bng
llsh historian and  antiquarian,  says.
-It ta usual for makes ,,, approach ,���,
St John's eve and by joining beads , ,
gether and hissing i i form a kind of
bubble, which passes through tbe
and immediately hardens till it resem
Id. . a glass ring. Whoever li���ds one
of ibese rings will ever after prosper."
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone 1----.
J. R. On
one 1.4|
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents U. (_'. fottery Co. sewer pipe  etc
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl Co
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. D
'Phone lb
J. H. Todd
Sewing Machines
Singer and
Wheeler & Wilson
Both ,.,,
������ pric
wich Infant," the great steam hammer
Which can be used lo crack a nut
without smashing tbe kernel, or to
break a watch glass, without other-
-fise   injuring   the  watch.    The prln
with  emphasis,  and  wlthoul   a  moment's    hesitation:    "Bryan.    II ���    will
, '���   :. imlnated on what will be termed
a conservative platform, and h    '-''ill
Finds Gold in Wells.
Sheri,lan, Mont., April 30.���Herman  :' nt tl     more conservative el,
cipal difference is, that the Woolwich I Hermsmeyer, ,, son oi   he Fatherland, ments of his party.
Infant is seldom used as a nutcracker claims to have stumbli 1 upon an easj ''   requires  a  lively  stretch  of im-
or  as a  watch-glass breaker, bul  his waj   of  gathering gold.    He   has  an dnatlon at   this moment  to see Mr.
excellency's loyal opposition seems to old fashioned chain pump In h;s wi 11 '"���   - '1S ;i conservative, and yet there
speud miost  of  its energies, most  of and  a  shorl   time ago he  disi ill   to  Ire  a  good   deal   of  foun
iis time (because the country lias tolsHstenlng particles of gold dust cling- datlon  for  the  opinion  expressed   by
pay for it), In cracking nut shells and lng to    the links of the chain.    In- '���'''���  Pettigrew,    an opinion, by    the
watch glasses. vestlgatlon broughl ou, the fact that wa>'. thai  has been heard In various
The trouble with the Ottawa Infant the whole length of the chain, ab, ul     ��� '- of the country fre hs
Is a lack of appreciation of perspective  I 'eet, had been eaten full of sm Hears!     and   the  other    Ultra-
and a lack of humor.   To it, all issues holes by the action of alkali, and these :   Heals  forging to the front,  B
are of  aboul   the  same  size,  and   11 holes   says    Mr.  Hermsmeyer,    were ������       well    rose as a coi
never knows when it is making itself chock full of pure gold.   He dug oul hough, as compared with anv general-
ridiculous, several holes with a penknife, and   ��� ��� accepted definition of thai word, he
Take for instance, the criticisms up- :,"! proved thai the gold was ger .ine.
on    the    collapse    of    the    so-called He now proposes to melt  th,   i    i
"Laurier   tower.''     I   never   heard   i; i[llli clean UP several hundred d
called Ihe "Laurier tower" umil 1: fell, Mr, Heroism ��� ��� r accounts for the pn -
and I do not know, and do nol care a ence of the gold in his well chain by
twopenny dam.  whether thai   was to saying    thai   the water in  the    w id, and
be iis name or not. musi  contain gold in small ,   . ,v   alKm,   :          ,,.    ���   ,,, :
To  begin  with,  the  name given It, which  through  precipitation have be- before   he   went   away,   say   that   his
"after the fall," was the biggest thing come lodged In tha minute holes eaten ...  v ,,f ,,.,. - . ,.., . ,
about it.   Essentially, it was a trifling, by the alkali.   If his cleanup pans oui .,,-,   ���...-,
addition to the  western block of the 'IS hoped, he ,������ I         ilea        .   Le ,,,   ,, ���                 .,.
departmental buildings, net issitated I wen* '"  Sheridan and  put   In  chali .       him bom
presume b    the fire. pumps. . ,nv ,, ...hi[, in ., i,,,,,.,.,, ,,.,..    H,.
The   si,   pie   facts   are   thai   II   was                                    o  ,  , ,,              ted  to
built   by  contract,  it   fell,  and   greal Leave your orders for Ice Crea.u a   n    .     iwnership or o tl in  of
was tbe  fall  there',f.  bul   fcrtunatel) the Creamery.                                    * ways,   ind  his  friends expocl  him  to
will   still   be   look I   u
as a misfit.
Will   Modify   Views.
.- me    of   Mr.   Bryan' ads    in
VV ishlngton,  who  h \
Crevk.' >!��� .li. In*  Mnn.
The medicine man of the Creeks Will
not eat anything Bcorched in i ���... ng
In treating a gun or arrow sh ,1 wound
he as well us the patlenl four
days, only drink.
He will ii >i allow a v.      in tola
bis patient until l.e Is v,   . or ���:���   I,   If
bis  patient   dies,  i I
takes ��� lot of medicine
der to cli anse hi:
,.:��� ,, ! ,r of lb" de   I.
as we might call those
burial,  also  take
pr, ss.
And. again, win omi
ted  murder, evet -   t ������
went  to the  m<
the    cleans;::    r, .    ci
remedy   appeased  the ,    ��� ��� ���    1th
trouble ;.. bis I iii
At the full of ���
.������ rjcJIcin,
made by tho med ���
th ��� r  bj -��� ���'���
kill   1 n ,th ng wh ���   ' ���
Indian Jo, n   ..
ttu.le   Huron   Si. ul..-..
ltorun Steuben was known uh tlie
rudest, roughest, most uncivil and dis-
courteous officer lu the Revolutionary
army. He spoke English t�� some extent���that Is, he knew most of the
oaths and expletives and ha.l other
words en nigh to string them together
���but when u little excited be would
burst forth into a most extraordinary
mixture of German, French and Eng
llsh nnd In this polyglot composition
would abuse everybody In hearing.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Coin���,bla  street.
Westminster Iron Works
Ornamental   iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc,
Mail o.'.i ,rs and coi ret pondence In-
:;.,w Westminster, v. o. 474.
Tlie   Bbiu-n    Vnlrr.
i He's surprise at the fact that no
tw . persons' voices are perfectly alike
(...���;. ea when one is Informed by an au
thorlty on the subject that, though
there ar,- only nine perfect tones In the
human voice, there is ibe astounding
number of 17,502,186,044,415 different
Bounds. Of these fourteen direct muscles produce 10383, and tinny Indirect muscles produce 173.T-il.S-H. while
all iu cooperation produce the total
given above.
"Why don't you go to work?" demanded the housekeeper.
"Well, ver see," began the gray haired old loafer, "1 got a wife and three
children to support"���
"Hut if you dou't work bow can you
"As 1 wuz a-snyln', lady. 1 got a wife
and three children to support me."���
Philadelphia Ledger.
Cause For Fear.
Becond (to duelist, who on confronting his adversary has suddenly  grown
pal,, and is ,���,iy jus, pr, rented from
falling)���Take courage, man. I know
your opponent is going to fire lu the
air. Duelist���That's Just what makes
me afraid. He's such a notoriously b?.d
AJwajra llrokr.
Shadbolt   Your finances are at ,i low
���bl,  again,   are   tl.eyV     DlngUSS    1    bl
No; that would indicate thai they're
sometimes at the Bow, whicb they never are     My  finance! are at  their nor-
Bring   ...   .
m ' le   r - '. !
on all kind-- oi
for 11 yeai
Sign   Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. \, �� W,
Carnarvon SL, bdwen i Oth and I
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver RFfOR|V|   RESTAllRAM
Commercial. Pitman and dreg,, Short-  "L I VII IN   '
hand.     Telegraphy   and   Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Com i
I THE BEST of courses,  the   BEST  of
teachers    (eight)    and   tbe     BEST    of
R. J. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
II. A. SCRIVEN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
Peed, Sale und Livery
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks antl Rigs.
W.  LYLE & CO.
First Class M..,.
English, Japan, e i
From 1 5<:. up.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
mal    and    unvarying   level. - Chicago   ^  gth and Camaryon Sta. Phone 250.    r.ll.ird Block.   New Wrstn-mst-r. B.C.
.  ���   ���������''
Stong Bakers.
Sonora Graham.
Feed Wheat
r Brands
We have several carloads of well known brands, house hold names in the East
and unanimously agreed by all the pink of perfection in purity and excellence.
Whole Wheat
Corn Meal
Used in baking Produces P.esults that Excel all Others.   Light, Puffy Pastry.
 Thc Housewife's Best friend
Chop TUE8DAY, MAY 1, 190!
When you ask yourself
Where will i go to get
A Lawn Mower,
A Garden Hose and Reel,
A Screen Door and Windows,
A Refrigerator or Oil Stoves,
H. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing
Local News Briefly Told
Phone 138 for Ice Cream. ���
W. li. Skinner left on the Rithel this
Just arrived ���a new stock of
Prices $2.50 up
Also "Blue Yeddo" and "Green Arcadia" stock patterns in Dinnerware. If you are using either of
these patterns and require more to complete your
set, now is your opportunity.
Telephone 97.
City Grocery,
afternoon for Ladner.
A. and 0. Anderson left on the Ramona this morning for Whonnock.
I.. Oliver left on Ihe Hamona this
morning for Langley.
Ice Cream tbe purest at the Westminster Creamery. *
G. Campbell was one of the Itamona'.s passengers to Langley this morning.
Nell J. Johnson, of Elgin, will Bhort
ly  leave for Alberta,    where
tends to engage in farming.
Cooper Bros, shipped    a    herd
nineteen head of cattle to their ranch
al Sllverdale today.
\v. Lasseter returned ,,��� the afternoon boa, to Ladner after .spending
tbe morning in town on business,
P, Nelson lefl on the steamer Rithel
for li-,ns,,n's cannery al Canoe Pass
this afternoon.
up farming. Mr. Dickinson bas been
in the employ of the companj for fourteen years, ami is well known by the
1 ravelling public.
.Mrs. Alex Campbell of Lund, 11. C,
Is visiting her daughter, 11 rs. c. Feo-
ney, Sixth street and St. George.
A. B. Woods, managing director of
the V. W. & Y. Railway, was in the
city today In connection with the
building of the new wharf along the
waterfronl. Ii is the Intention to commence the work within a shorl time.
Work will sin.,ily commence on the
he in-! construction  of the extension  of lhe
railway from Cloverdale to Sumas, and
. also ,,��� the extension of the Liverpool
branch. This will provide work for
from 700 to SOO men and will .short.,,
lhe distance between here and SeatUe
by aboul  eight miles.
ll. II. Sperling, general manager; F.
II.   Hope,  assistant   manager,  and   A.
Gorgeson, chief engl r of the h. C
Electric  Railway compan;   arrived in
ri*ii .- u , ,,, >      Portrait.
Tlie following story furnishes an ex
de of the manner In which Thaek
, 'Id not hesitate to treat what be
��� I vanity in others.  After lot;g
family induced the famous
't   fnr  bis   portrait,   aud
���iiinter,  gladly   under-
^^^^^^^^^^^^B I the city today from Van, ,uver tor    ie
P. Hansen of the Bonson   cennery, ,������.,,���.,,. ,,.- ,,, ..���.,.,;���,    ,,���. BurVeyed
lefl  for that  place this afternoon   on lin��� ���,- ,,���, ptop0SI     Mo   ,. i.;llK ex.
;|"' Rlthet- tension. They walked ovei be whole
ll. McDlarmtd lefl on the Rithel for distance from the ell rk and
Ladner this afternoon  .it'^r spending Inspected the road clo   i
the morning In town,
There  was a  largi
attl re!.Hire      Of
���P-HI i,H r K��TI_il   Hlilfcil,!   ||_1M ilPH���il��� I'Mi,Miil_,_.T_M
    of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
W. lt. Oliver of Portland left the|'younB people of the Baptlsl church
cltj this morning on the steamer Ra- lasi nighl al i povei ..rial given al
mona for Langley on a business trip,    the   home  of  Mr.  and    Mrs.  George
The Clive came in lasi night from. Small on 'he corner of Third avenue
pray _.
pleading IiV.
novelist  to  sk
Lawrence, thc _
took tbe tank.    KoO nft(T ,h" P|<''��r"
was completed Tb.irV"r"3' <*<-OCe_  to
be dining at bis club wl-"" !1 Pompous
officer of tlie guards stor.fKv' beside Uie j
table and said:
"Haw, Thackeray, old boy, l ll,>nr
Lawrence baa been painting jver portrait.'
"Ko he has," was tbe reply.
"Full lengthV
"So; full length portraits are for s,/i- '
diers, that we may see their spurs, but
the other end of tbe man Is tbe principal  tiling with  authors,"  said Tuack
, an 'inik Without ,.,,,_���..
"There seems to lie ��� mistaken ur. ;
prenion abroad," remarked a doetor
the other day lu speaking of the case
of n man who b,..l hU tongue out out ln
an effort to enre u rase of cancer of
that member, "that wlten a man ls
unfortunate enough to lose Ms tongue
thenceforth all power of Hpeeeh la
denied him. This Is not so. While it Is
true that not many men survive thla
operation for any great length of time,
lt Is equally true that tbey can speak
so long as they live and with only a
comparatively slight Impediment In
their utterances. If you will hold a
pencil crossways between your teeth
aud speak while il remains lu that position ynu can gel just the effect It
has ,,,, human sp I, when the tongue
ls entirely removed."
Carpets! Carpets!!
$10,000 Worth to Choose From
Jute Squares, 9x12	
Art Wool Squares, 7-6x1)	
Art Wool Squares, 9xi)	
Other sizes, 9x10-6 and 9x12,
Tapestry Squares, 9x9, from.
1.26 up
5.00 up
00 up
Those handsome Velvet Milton and Axminster Squares  ���'.', ih, m
Carpet Felt, Corrugated Paper. Hygenic Underfelt and Stair Pads
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front  Streets,  Uupont   Block
...To Please Every Palate...
: : Heinz's : :
CAi'/i Sauce,
Celery   Sauce,
Mandalay   Sauce.
California Home
Sweet Relish,
Easl India Relish.
Red Hot Relish.
Try a Bottle of Tomato Relish.
Sooke ami went up ,., the Fraser River
Mills to do some lowing this morning.
The freighter Lapwing came in las;
nig!,: with a light cargo of freight for
local merchants, and lefl this morning
tor Vancouver and way ports.
Mrs.  W.    I-i.  Fales    and    her   iwo
and Sev ith street. A number of
game i w, re Indulge i in and an auction sal,, was conducted, the proceeds
of which will be ,!��� ited to the purchase of jardinieres for the church
About  fifteen  gentlemen   represent-
Are Difficult to Answer
but the question where to get
the best and newest in correspondence and general stationery
is easily answered. It i.s always
worth your while t,, drop in and
see the stock carried by    .     .   .
J. J. MACKAY, fr
grandsons left ou the G. X. U. this '"K the pilotage boar,!, the board of
morning for Seattle, where they will traae. ""' <'''>' council, and the gov
spend a few weeks visiting friends.      ernment  Fraser rivet   department left
A. new car. the Coquitlam, was turn- "lLs """ ;" ^:::" ;his m"nli"* and
ed out of tbe car shops today. This is Proceeded down river on the govern-
,, fifty foot car of the interurban type,  m""1  M,i,s boat Sampson. The object
 1  will be an important addition to of ,h" ,ri" WIIS to lnsPecl ""' varlou8
.,     .,,..!,.,, "Shi   stations, the  tide  stations  and
the buoying of the channel of the river
The  half-hour  service on  the B. C.     , ,   _,,-   ���.       ���    ��� ,  , ,   ...
and  gulf.  They  expect  to reach  New
Hlectrlc  Railway  bei ween  -New Wesl-   ,,.,., ,      ,     . ,.
Westminster again aboul ,. p. m.
minster and  Vancouver was in force
today and proved to be a great convenience. Notorious Brigand Captured.
11. Vivian of Central Park has dis- Rome, April 30.���The notorious
posed of his property at that place brlgan(, p.,,,,,^ {m w,1(|Se capture _
and left this morning for Langley, ��� ^..^ of .^.^ waa offum,
where he will take up farming operations.
Sen or   De.erl 1
If It be true, as conjectured by the
latest explorers, that Lake Chad Is rapidly drying up, the process will probably be regarded by tbe g,-..tl .gists as
simply a continuation of one which has
be,.,, going on for ages ln northern Af-
rim. The whole of the Sahara was
certainly once either an arm of the
se.\ or a vast lake, and Lake Chad Is
probably only the llnal remnant of that
huge sheet of water. '11,e Sahara sea
must always have been very shallow,
a fact which made Its evaporation
easy, and Lake chad Is reported to be
Utile more tliun a morass over the
greater portion of its area.
Giving 'nn-iu  I'll..
Some years ago George I". Haley of
Blddeford was trying his lirst criminal
case before tbe supreme judicial court
of Maine, with Chief Justice John A.
Peters ou the bench. Mr. Haley was iu
tbe middle of his plea when a man in
the audience fell over in a convulsion.
Tbe young lawyer stopped, disconcerted.
"Go ou, sir; go on," said the chief justice.  "You're giving them liis!"
j Do You Want To 1
I Buy a Neat Home ���
On Tram Line. Comprising 8 City Lots,
6 Roomed Dwelling, Woodshed and fruit
Apply $ ��� 600 on easy terms.
T. R. PEARSON,   j
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   was
taken prisoner today.
I    He   was   discovered   hiding   in   ihe
F. Carstead who has lately taken up house of a cousin al I'a.lau, bul gave
farming at Langley. was in the city the gendarmes sen, to arrest him the
yesterday and disposed of his house sij,, aa t]iey surrounded the building.
and land, returning this morning on [n his flight, however, he ran Into
the Ramona In I.nn.rley. the arms of a score of soldiers, who.
Gilley Bros.' tug Flyer came in from  seeing him nourishing an elght-cham-
Hlalne last  night and brought  in    the  bered  revolver,  hemmed  him  in.
derrick which had been used to unload      Quick as thought he tired four shots,
coal   from   the  scow   they  had  towed   wounding   tour   Of   the   soldiers,   and
over from Ladysmlth to Blaine. got  away again.    The gendarmes con-
A meeting of citizens will be held in tlnued ""' pursuit, and one of them,
the board of trade rooms, city ball, to-
An  linn,.at Thief.
On leaving a Puns theater a German ,
gentleman felt for his watch. It wus
gone. Having a strung suspicion, he
laid violent bands on a man in the
crowd, who quietly gave up tbe ticker.
When he got home, be found bis own
watch lying on tlie table.���Paris Journal.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.   P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
She  !1*-,.,ikiiI/��m,   Hlm.
"This," remarked Mr. Sappybead, "ls
my photograph with my two French
poodles.   Tou recognize me, eh?"
"I think so," said Miss Sulfuric.
"You are the one with the bat ou, arc
you not''"���Houston Chronicle.
/I?*"*. /���
1 car
Is Not for
We don't charge extra
it.    Our contracts
show that we are masters, thorough in every
detail   of work,  workmanship and material. *
See us before you let your work. ���
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
And you may possibly need a carpet. We have the greatest range of
then and can guarantee to save you money and give you better satisfaction than you can get in any other place. For instance, a good body
Brussels, paper for undernoat a, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up,
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We
have the largest stock and the finest show rooms and the finest  prices.
night for the purpose of receiving the
reports of the various committees on
May Day celebration arrangements.
B, Macdonald, late bartender at the
Cosmopolitan hotel, left yesterday tor
Sea,He where he will visit bis sister
before starting for the Yukon. -Mr.
Macdonald will leave Vancouver on
Thursday next.
In porl this morning from down river
ports with the following passengers:
.1. Patterson and wife, A. Clausen, \Y.
Lasseter, D. Black, C. M. McDlarmtd,
P, Clarke, A. I). Patterson, J, Hume,
I. Barr, H. .1. Falkner. Mrs. White-
sides, from Ladner and II. Smith from
Dease Island cannery.
Dr. W. V. Davies yesterday closed a
sal.- fnr his residence on Seventh
streel between Royal and Queen's avenues, at a figure satisfactory to both
buyer and seller. The purchaser is a
railway man Jas. A. Kerr. Dr. Davies
will remove to the Brown house oppo-
His Complaint;
Insurance Official���Of what complaint did your father die? Applicant���
Tbe jury found hlm guilty���London
fleeter than the rest, was on the poinl
of overtaking the fugitive when Fal-
toria  shot   him  dead.
Two other gendarmes who wer,- following closely, were gravely wounded.
The brigand then attempted to enter a bouse, and when the owner bar-
ted bis passage, killed him with the
only  remaining shot in  his revolver. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Up to this time Paltorl had been favored   with   mosl   extraordinary  luck, Canadian Wins at Athens.
for   though     he  had   heen     repeatedly       Athens,  May 1.���The Marathon race
fired at by his pursuers, none of the  was won by William Sherrlng, ot Ham-
shots had taken effect.                              ill on. Out..  Canada.
As a last desperate resource he The time of the Marathon race was
l.:i|���.,l the parapet of a bridge span- two hours, 51 minutes. 23 3-5 seconds,
ning  the  Sacchiglione into  the  river,   Swainberg,   Sweden,  was  second,  ten
About two-thirds of the average uu-
lian heart Is occupied by self love.
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds
!���! Ornamental trees and shrubs in greal variety, evergreen and gold- [*J
'���;   en from 2 to G feet.   Roses, paeonies,  rhododendrons,    privet,    ever- >J
&   green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free. M
D. M. Robertson & Sons
5   Tynehead  Nurseries.
and was then captured. The crowd
tried to lynch him, and before the
prison was reached ono of his eyes
was  torn  out.
. o	
yards behind the Canadian.
i, me
and see us.
Il will pay you to see our stock .before  placing;  your  >J<
.in ami 7is Colombia St.   Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Street.
.% K:
tr^U^-''---^^ :!
>.<���:-:.��� -"}
Largest  Stock  in  the  City.
Mounted     In   any   Style     you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,     -     Columbia St.
Chief Delaney Dies.
Seattle,   April 30.���Chief   of   Police
Thomas K. Delaney died at Providence
the end of Fifth street on Third  hospital at 4:20 o'clock yes,erday af-
avenue. ternoon. The end was not unexpected.
Arthur Dickinson bas been appoint- Saturday night it was known to the
ed to a position in the New Westmln- members of his family that leath lurk-
ater offlce of the B. C. Electric Rail- ed near, and they weie prepared for
way company, succeeding R. Whitmore| It. lie died on the anniversary of his
who has resigned bis position to take birth.
Found���Ladies'   Fur   Boa  at  Leopold.
Apply ,".ri Columbia street.
Wanted���Dining room girl. Go ,d wages
paid. Cosmopolitan hotel.
Additional Want Ads on  Pane Seven.
Are You Particular
About Your Butter 1
-'III acres of Delta Land facing on water.    Will
of ten acres and upwards from
11 in blocks
$45.00 AN ACRE.
To secure a portion of this you will have  to
One Third Cash.
move  quickly.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate,  Fire c�� Life Insurance
T.I. 273.      Near Tram Office
If you are you should come
to us for it. We have the
very best brands of Butter on
the market and our prices are
low.    Try vs for Butter .  .  .
C. A. Welsh,
Thc People's Grocer
Undersigned, agree to close
our .-.lores from ^ to 7 p. in. every Saturday afternoon during the months of
May, June, July and Angus,, commencing   May   12.   19011.
T. .1. TRAPP 4c CO. 1. I'D Per O. B,
11. T. KIRKi
Per j. A, Cunningham, Mgr.
We beg to notify our friends and tha public generally that we
have engaged Mr. D. McFadden, who has beeu our Iceman for the past
two years, to deliver ice for us again this season. Unless the weaUlel
is very unfavorable you may expect a cull from hlm nbout the first
of the month, when any orders you have been pleased to place wittt
him you may rest assurred will be promptly carried out.
The B.C. Packers Association
Plume 156     New Westminstei,B.C.
Owners of cows, horses, and other
animals In the city, are hereby notified that it is contrary to the provisions of tbe Pound By-Law to pasture
the said animals on sl reels or public
squares In thc city, and that it ls the
Intention of the poundkeeper to enforce the By-Law ln this respect.
By order
I | P. S. -Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds-large as- I
jj; sortment at Low Prices. |
i ;>::o��xo>:��i'��>����:^^^^
Free Pasture.
Free pasture for 100 bead of cattle
and E>0 horse3.
Plenty or grass and waler and well
Apply S. B. 13FCIIAXAN', <Mf.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Mutual   Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln for ce exceeas...  . ���'  " ' ���WU,WO.OO
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds...-*
This is a company of polio y-holder^y pot.cy-noK.ors, ror pol.cy
h0l(l8r8' t nt Assurance for the Least
OUK MOTTO!    ine largest amount of Assurance
Possible outlay. _^^_
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
Niw W..tm,n.t.r, _. C.        'Phone ��b
I -
Wilkie,   Speck   and  Others  Air Grievances���Old Power House in
i offered for sale, and that he would
be informed of the time and place of
R. 11. Pratt reported under the instructions of Dr. Tolmie, Dominion
government veterinary Inspector, thai
the hog pens at the Provincial Exhibition grounds had beeu examined
and passed Inspection, and    extended
  thanks for the courtesy received from
Henry Wilkie again Introduced his the officials that the department's
private affairs into the council meet-' officers bad come ln contact with,
ing last night.    Usually when Wilkie   Received ami suitably acknowledged.
appears, either in person or by letter,
he is after relief, but on this occasion
he  was   alter   an   increase   in   Biliary.
Must Take Responsibility.
W. A. Bowers, of the Brunette Saw
Mills   asked   permission   by   letter   to
claiming that his arduous labors as a  )lU)w ,,��� snme s(umps on 1()ts 35 an(1
Street  .sweeper are not sufficiently re-
Tpaid by the surni of $1.80 a ilny.    Th,
"letter   that   he   sent   to   the   council
last  night is  rather an original  production   for  anyone  seeking  a  favor,
and from the aldermen's point of view,
it   is  a  dismal   failure.    As  a mirth
producer, tho letter was a success, as
the  clerk  could  hardly  proceed  with
his    reading  owing  to  the    scarcely
suppressed     merriment   of   the     city
fathers.   This is Wilkle's communication,  as  nearly   as  the  laws  of  propriety  will allow  11 to be printed:
"To    His     Worship    the
Aldermen   in  Council:
"I  wish to ask you for an Increase
'$i>,   lots   8   and   ',,   Suburban   block   3,1
Sapperton.    Am.   Davies  moved   thai
Mr. Bowers be written to and advised
ihai   the council  cannot give  permission, and thai  the work must be car-,
,led  on at his own risk.
Complain of Drains.
A letter from C. Oxenbury was received calling attention to the condition of the drain on Fifth street al
the back of bis residence and requested ihai it be attended to. Referred to
the board of works will, power to
Mayor and   act.
Stanley Lever  wrote calling attention  to  the condition  of the  drainage
Re Lot 9, lb, and 13 of Lot IG ol
Suburban Block 10, Map 200, New
Wesl minster   City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certl
flcate of Title Number 1074 a j
issued  In  the  name  of June Howay j
has heen filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said Cer
tificate, unless in  the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
District   Registrar  uf  Titles
Land  Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 11. C. April 4, 1906.
banisters, solicitors, etf. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms .1 to 24, 445 Granville street. Joseph Martin, K. C, J.
W. Weait, W. U. McQuarrle, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wlH be iu thJ
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon.
���The regular meeting or tnts
Is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m��� In
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A- DoWolf Smith,
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lome
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
F & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m, Visiting brethren are cordially Invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
WHITKSIDE & EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackio Blk.,
Wesl minster.
Columbia   street,   New
W. J. Whiteside, II. L.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON' BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce   build-
Columbia   streel.  opposite   post-
Money  to
R B K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m��� ln Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John streot. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially Invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E,  E.  Matthias, Reg.
New   Westminster.
Solicitor,  Guichon  block,  Colum
Ida and McKenzle
minster, B. C.
rister and
k, Colum-
New West-
���Meels ln Orange ball first and
third Friday In each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. H. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
:00 pm
be continued between Fifth and Sixth
avenues as all refuse from sink drains
lies in pools between Fifth avenue and
in my salary because when I see men   between     Fifth   avenue  and   St.    Anno,   doing  such   work  as  I  am  doing  drew's  church  and  suggested  thai   I
getting $.",.00 or $10.00 a month more
than I an, gelling, I do not Ihlnk it  is
right.     There   is   no   man   that   can
measure  with   me  in   work,  bui   tidy   St,  Andrew's.    Referred  to the
work is a crime and is not appreciated  "'   works with power to act.
except  by outsiders,    I have for many
..ars   given   satisfaction   and   if  now
I have, as ihey say, to 'suck the boss.'
i You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
Bank of
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (All  paid  up)...IH.UUO.OOO
RESERVE  FUND $10,000,000
Wllliani Power asked permission to Faotor_ .,���,, office, Brin
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.   m. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. ?7���
The regular meetings of this loili'o
are held In Oddfellows' ball. Col,,Ill-
bin streel. every Monday evening,
at s o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. S. J. May.
N. 0.;   W. C. Coal ham, Rec.-Sec.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dallv I NEW |l    Dully
l.eave| WESTMINSTER Arrivo
9:20an,!Blalne,  Belllng-|3:U0pm
4:35 pm|ha_a     Burling-J. :85pm
Iton, Mt. Version, Everett,
Seattle and
4:u.r, pinlSpokane,
|Piiul     and
points  East
9.20 am'Anacrtes, 18:00 pm
' I Wool ley,      and
3:00 pm Vancouver        |9'.2iiam
9:35 pm] 1.35 pm
Route of tbe Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,   Duluth,  Chicago,  St.
Louis and  all   points  Easl.
For    complete    Information,
rules,   berth    reservation,   etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Com,,,ere.' Building.
New   Westminster,  II. C
S. ('.. YERKES, A. ('.. P. A.,
Corner Second  Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
2 I'- m.
1 an, loo old to learn lhal.
"Yours respectfully.
The only course open to the council was to return :be letter to the
writer as it is nol usual lo receive
such communications in polite society,
and the aldermen were at a loss how
to act.
You do the wise thing.  Us templing
flavor will surely win your favor. Man-
1   ufactured by���
lay building materials    mi
slree, opposiie hi, 5, block 7, for the
pu,'pus.,   of   building   a   new   hotel   in
place of ihe ,,1,1 building now on Fronl
streel ami said lot. on iln motion
of Aid. Davies. permission was
On behalf of the May hay celebration committee, H. .1. Burde wrote asking lor permission to use the Industrial Hall in Queen's Park on the
evening May ls, for the purpose of
holding a dance on that date.   Follow-
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Old  Power House Wanted.
The   site  of  the   old   power  house ing precedent this was referred to the
was again applied  for by two differ- park's board.
ent parties, both of whom were in- Messrs. Mclnnes and Kerr, agents
formed that tbe property would be for the Guardian Fire Assurance corn-
sold to the highest bidder, and tha, puny wrote BOllcitng the favor of a
they would be given a chance to se- share in the city's fire risks.   Referred
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
Royal, G.C.M.G,...Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. Dr,million,!, President
E.   S.  Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all tbe principal cities
in Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Jonn, Nfld.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
Savings Bank Dept.
G. D.  Brymner,  Manager.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
���Meetings ibe first and third Tuesday tn each month, Vlsitlnir
brethren cordlallv invited to alien.i
Lodge room. A- O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows' block. Clarkson slree,. C.
S. Corrlgan. recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
He,i Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
In K, of P- H.ill, Columbia St., at
8 ,,. ���>.. While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and piaee. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited, E. B. Stlnch-
combe, Pres., 11. Disney, Secretary.
cure  it  at  the  auction  if  tiny   were
willing  to pay the price.
Claims Indemnity.
A long delayed communication from
F. Crake, who was injured by a defective sidewalk almost three years
ago, was received. He claimed an
indemnity of $100, but his case was
referred  to  the  board  of works.
As usual the drains and defective
sewers received their share of attention, and a few other matters of minor
itniiortance were disposed of.
There were present Mayor Keary.
Aldermen Jardine, Howay, Davies and
C. P. R. Plan Approved.
A. 1). Cartwrlghtj secretary of the
board of railway comissioners al Ottawa, forwarded a petition asking ami Tenth street. He had been wait-
that authority tie granted lo the C. ing for some time to he able Insial
P. It. under .section 15 of the railway electric lights in a house, and
acl of 1903, to construct a branch line requested lhal Hie wiring be extended.
in Ihe City of New Westminster as The ciiy electrlcan being called upon,
shown in a plan on file with the board Informed lhe council tha, he hail made
of   trade.     Approved   by   the   council Inquiries   and   found   that   Ihere   was
to the finance committee.
S, V. Peary, sanitary inspector,
wrote suggesting thai the drain crossing Columbia street at the foot of
McNeely be extended to the water's
edge to avoid its becoming a nuisance.
Referred to the hoard of works to reporl.
Tl,.. wai.r superintendent's report
was read and adopted.
On motion of Aid. Jardine, the real
estate bylaw was read a second lime.
On motion nf Aid. Howay, the
plumbing regulation bylaw was read
for the first  time.
More Electrical  Sparks.
Permission having been granted by
the council Alex Speck addressed
'he members respecting ihe continuation   of  iln-   wiring   on   Six I li   avenue
*S DRY DOCK Royal Bank
of Canada
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited lo attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 10th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $3b,a,3,o/o.
Branches and correspondents ln
all the principal cities ot the world.
General banking business transacted.
'tf opens an account.   Interest added
tilt yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Estimates     promptly   fur- ]  )pen   Saturday   nlflhts   from B to 9
F.  B.  Lyle, Manager.
.24 Eighth St., New WestminsterJ.C. B< �� MOIHIITiental WOfliS
a. o. F.���The regular meetings <>f
this Lodge are held on Ihe Second
and Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
nt f. p. ni. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cnrdialv invited tn attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
h . 	
at 8 o'clock p. in., in Oddfellows'
Hall.    Columbia     street.      Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend; J. S. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
and clerk instructed to write advising
the parties interested.
John B. Kennedy sent a communication from Ottawa respecting the
proposed    union of Canadian   muniei-
only one house in whicb lhe electric
lights would be installed at the presenl lime, ami as il was a distance of
iwo and a half blocks away, and his
departmenl   was very busy, he (Ild not
palilies.     The   question   had   not   yet think   it   advisable   lo   do   Ibis   work
appeared     before   the   house   but    he ju8| ;n present.   Aid. Howay suggested
promises his support  when  it comes that    such    communications as   this
up.    Received  and  Bled. shouhl no,  be received by the council
The Schaake Machine Works sent a in   this   manner,  as  it   was   merely   a
cheque for $47.50, amount of Sttbsorlp- wast,. ,,;' time.    He suggested that in
lion from the machine shop. Receive,1 all cases letters should be written to
ami  clerk   instructed   lo  acknowledge
same In a suitable manner.
Supply Company Applies.
II. Smith, of the Canadian Mine &
Smelier Supply company, wrote respecting the sile of the old power build
ing as a site for their manufactory, ami
Inquiring if lbe site includes lbe va.
rant lot alongside. He asked for a low
rental as extensive alterations and
Improvements will have to be made
before i, is suitable tor their business.
This linn does a business in mining,
ore-milling and smelting machinery,
and are lo be considered from how on
as a penmai , fixture of British Columbia   and they   would   if conditions
justify  ii,  pul   tin:   less  than  $100,000  give    concerts   during     th
inlo  their  business,  in   British  Colum-   season,     li   was    SUggeste'd
the council, llis remarks mei with
the approval of the members present.
Mr. Howes appeared in person before the council ,,, urge thai something
in. iln,,.. towards demolishing the old
houses in tin. sou,her,, par, of the
city, umil recently occupied by Japanese, as these houses were a great
menace in ease of iir,.. 'i'be mayor
Informed hlm thai steps were being
lake,, in lhis matter anil that the
owner hail promised to attend to this
Music for Public.
Al     ihe    request    of    the    mayor,
Prof,   sor   Judges   spoke     respecting
a    seh,.nie   of   organizing   a    band   lo
thai the
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry liirk's business manager part of
the time.
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, tte.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
Merchant Tailor j
-..._....���........... ..4
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
Spring stock now ln.    Make your
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firs, and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Roc. Sec.
Railway Company
When travelling by this popular up-
to-date Railway you have ���,, worry
about missing train eonnecUons or
changing ears during the nighl. We
take you over 'he continent on through
lirst-class sleeper and magnilieen,
tourist ears. Transcontinental train
ha.rs daily at 3:40 p. m.
Fnr  furth, r  parlic,liars  apply  to
C, P. R. Agent.
New  Westininst, r.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Eight Trains Every Hay in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Till'. TRAIN oi-' FAME
Embodies the newest ami bv-t ideas
ami LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas} the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
Canadian Pacific Railwayr
British Columbia Coa.t Ll���
Service. '
, (Subject to change without   ������.,���,.
Princess Beatrice Dally
Leaves Port Townsend i
Leaves Victoria I, p ,���.
Arrive Seattle f, a.m.
Leavo Beattle :>.::,i ���.,���
Arrivo Porl Towsend i" in
Arrive Victoria I!.::,, p q_
S. S. Princess Victoria
Leavo Vancouver l p. m
Leavo Victoria 1 a. ni
Leaves Vieloria,  1   a   ,,,    nw.j
and  Fridays. '  UesiiaJ��
.Leaves New Westminster, j a m
Wednesdays and Saturdays ffl''
Calling at Mayne:,,, ,t'   ieveston.
S.S. Joan leaves Nanaimo oaiij ��
cept Saturday and Sunday  ut ?"������'
Saturday  i  a.  in. ' ' d'��l
Leaves   Vancouver   dally,  ewert
Saturday and  Sunday, al  1.30 n�� '"
Saturday ll.::,) ,,. m,
S. S. Queen City.
Leave victoria n ���. ,���. ,.��� ,���..
and .0th of each month tor .\\mJZ
and way poln,s. l
, Le��ve Vic ,  l.nl, ot each month
|   for Quatslno and waj points
-4       Leave VI, toria 20th ol each month
��� for (,'M,e Bcotl and wa) points Incloi,
Ing Quatslno.
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves New w, tmil tar every
Additional trip leav, .. ,v west.
minster .", a. in.  Sun,la,.
I.eavs Sieves,,.,! Monday, Tiie!.
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 a. m. Friday 6 a. m. Additional trip s.a urday .'. p, ,���,
Steamer  Beaver.
Leave New  Wei tmin ter Ui
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
Leave Chllllwack 7 a. m.  i .,
Thursdays ami Satrdays, calling tt
landing be, we,n New Westminster
an.l ChiDlwack.
S.  S.  Tees.
Leaves Vancouver a, 2 p. m. 2nd
and   lOth   of  each   month  <a!lii,s it
Ski.!,'-.,,,  lirst trip ami Ile.Ha Coo-
la on second trip.
Times on arrivals and departure
are approximate.
For  Tickets,  reservations and information call un or address:
General Superintendent, Victoria,
!���:. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept,
New Westminster,
Agent, New Westminster,
Trains & Steamers
Leavo  New  Westminster  K..10 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 11.35 dully.
C. P. It. mission BRANCH.
I.v. N.-w West. . 8.30; ar. S.aiile ICH.
Lv. Beattle 10;  ar. New We ���   18.40.
Lv. New  West.   10.35 ami  17.:
tO  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining   Ar .New West !'."���"> and  16.40,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. May,
August and November, at 8 p. ill.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White, Sec.
car. reclining chair cars (scats frce),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For   Time   Tables,   Folders,   or   any
further information call  on  or  write
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
Lv. N. W. :1.2b a.m.; ar. S '"'" ' I a-
Lv. N. W. i..':.". p.m.: ar. Seattle ID p.-.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3|>.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.;  ar. NOV.  8.35
Grand Trunk Ry.
��t       | ��-|      ./���.     J    Excellent Train Service Between
Northern raciric ; r,.      ��   ,
J Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
N, W.
Trains Daily
bla.    They   would  prefer good  water band play on Columbia street on Satur-
frontage if the council is in a position day   evenings   and   that   concerts   be
to offer   same, either   at present    or given in the park once a week. After
in the near future.   On the motion of some discussion it  was decided that
Aid. Jardine, the communication was Prof, Judges should pul his suggestion
received  and  the clerk  Instructed  to In writing, and thai hen,,.,., the coun
write to the applicant  informing him ' '������  on  Friday evening to  further dis-
that   the   site   would   be   offered   for cuss th,   matter In committee.
B*le I   thai   they   would  be advised River  Inspection  Tour.
of ilie lime and place of sale .,., ,   , .,  ,.
1 " ��� ���" ��� lbe mayor  extended  an   Invitation
Patterson's Application. to thr   members of the council to ac-
li.  C.    Patterson  wrote    proposing company him on a tour of Inspection
thai he should I,    i   from lhe city the on  the  snag  boa,   Samps,,,,  wiih  the
old  power  house  with  the lo,  along members of the board of trade.    The
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from (leo. Adams Grocery^
Nurseries, Greenhouses
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
" Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homes,ended hy any person who Is the sola head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to  For full informti.,,, call on or write
the  extent   of one-quarter  section of, C. E. LANG, General Agent,
H.O acres, more or less. m Hastings St., Vancouver, II. C.
Entry  must   be  made  personally  at
the local land office for the district, in
which the land Is situate.
Thc homesteader is required to pcr-
and Seed Houses  form the conditions connected there-
VANCOUVER,   B.  C. I w>th under one of the following plans.
(t) At   least  six  months'  residence
Headquarters   for   PACIFIC   Coast upon  an(]  cultivation of the land in
GROWN   Garden,   Field   aud   Flower I each year for three years.
Seeds.    New crop now In slock ready:     (-')  If the  father (or mother, if lhe
for distribution;   ask your merchant father is deceased) of the homesteader
for  then   in   sealed   pactoetS.     J,f lie  resides   upon   a   farm  in   the   vicinity
does not handle them we will prepay o{ the Iand  entered for  the  require-
to   your   nearest   postoffice,   fifty   lie i !���1,s ?s to "Sidenie may be satisfied, .... ,        .
,,,,'..    Iby such person residing with the fa-    ',     ,    "'K 'll sl��IK'i��c with the ureal
packets,  our  selection  of  good  variOTthcr nr  llul||Mr             K                L        r Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail roulc between al!
points east, west and south to Russian,!,  Nelson and intermediate points
7jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash   Lv. N. W. II p.m. and 9.1 .m.
 Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and I p.m-
Lv. N. W. '.,.20 a.m.; :>'��� ^uicho11
2.20 p.m.
Lv.   Guichon  2.10  p.in.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
Lv. New Wesl. B.50 a.tn., Ca'. ��
and hourlv until 11 p.m., wlto lia'!'
hourly be, ween 12.30 and 6.30 p.m-
Saturday half-hourly noon i��� n \)M
Sunday hourlv 8 a.m. to 11 !'���'""
with half-hourly bet noon and I l'-m-
l.v. Vancouver same time ihroiign-
Fraser River and Gulf
Beaver��� , .  _
From N. W. Mon. Wed  Kri-I. _S u.m.
From  Chwk.  Tu.,  Th., Sat., I W'
Ramona��� .   _
From  N. W. Tu.. Th., Sab 8 S.B.
From Chwk. S���n.. Wed., Fri., I ^
Favorite��� .....
From N. W. daily, ex. Sim, - '���'i'"1'
From .Ml.  Lehman. 7 a.m.
Transfer��� ���   -
From N, W. dally, ox. Sun., - i-
Add. trip, Monde ��� ������ 'I"1,', , ,.,,���,)
From Sleveslon, I a.m. (Frf. 6 MM
Add. irip Saturday, 6 ''���'"���
CItv of Nanaimo���
From  N. W.'Sunday 7 n.m.
From Victoria Saturday I i'"1-
Mail Service
And all the principal business centers of
i Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
, PHILADELPHIA,  via .Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.   W.  VAUX.
'Assistant  Gen'l   Passenger and Ticket
I    Agent, 136 Adams St., Chicago, III.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alii their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
Bertha on their sleepers are longer,
higher .and  wider than in similar cars   vieloria	
im   any    oilier    line.       They    protect'    Last   llurnabv.
Steveston,  etc
,; .1", n..m
Seattle, via Sumas IU.UU p.m.   ��
Sap'n & Millside... 10.00 I'-"'-
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,    jr.np.m.
6.45 P*
3.00 a.m-
Seal Ile, etc.
Van. & Cent. Par
their trains by the Block Sysici
Connection   made   with   all   transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
H. S. ROW.1C. General Agent.
i 1.14 Third St.. cor Alder.'Portland. Or,
East, via C.P.R.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm
Van. & Burnaby.
1.1.', l'-m.
1.80 p.m.
3.00 p.m
S.00 I'-"1
8.80 p.m,
1.16 P.'
U.nO m
1_.���U IH
6.00 p.*
sille ""  ""' '"   '   ' -   !""1-'  *20 per  trip was to bo takenthls morning and  ^ tor $i;oft ���, introduce" them.        I^ry, % ^mle- l      hi .& N. Co.
month for a p Large   Bt(M,k   ot   H0ME   GR0WN | ��_&-.��� unon  "r���!L i=Sh ���^1; I    Connects at Rossland with fhe Can-
lured for the spring trade.
an   option   of   purchase   al   any   time   ments  could   be  made  by   whieh  the
during the Hve years for the sum of river   mlghl   he   made  navigable   for
$6,000. As a number of changes would   larger boal x��� expense,  loss or delay of fumi-
havo to  I,., made  before  the   dte  Is     Considerable merriment was caused ration or Inspection.
suitable for the purpose required,  he   when   i:   was  found  thai   nol  one of     jjCt me price your list before plac-
suggests thai the material now in the  the aldermen  presenl   would  be able |ng your order.    Oreenhouse Plants,
to go on  the trip of Inspection, and   Floral     Work,    Bee    Supplies,   Fruit
II   tikcI   as   if  the  mayor   would   be  Packages,  Fertilizers,  etc.     Catalogue
the sole representative of the council.  Free.
This   -..:,,'r:,;   i    he   business  of  the
i .,,e:ii,L',   and the council   adjourned
shortl;   b fore  10 o'clock.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now ma-  by him in  the vicinity of his home-
building, hiicIi as boilers, girders, etc.,
not now in use, and the remainder of
old stacks, bricks an.l piping be Included In the transfer. The , lerk i
instructed to write lo the applli '.'
to Inform him Ihat the Site would  i '
3010 Westminster Road.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
stend, thc requirements as to residene,
1 may bc satisfied by residence Upon
r the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
1 be given to the Commissioner of Dominion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
' to apply for patent.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B,���Unauthorized publication of
j this advertisement will not be paid
I for.
adian  Pacific Railway f,,r  Boundary
i Creek points.
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with
stage f'lily for Republic,
Buffet   service   on   trains   between j
Spokane  ami   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9-20 a.m Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland ....4.10 p.m,
9-40 a.m Nelson   6.45 p.m.
General Passenger Agent
The White Pass
Go to Europe via   and Yukon Route
St. Lawrence
WHITE    1IORSK,    I'AU-      ,cept
FAIRBANKS,    Daily trams    ^
Sunday)    carrying   pa��8enJt.,,   ��it��
and    freight _ co
express    ami    ire.*,..    -    .    Horse,
Seven   hundred   miles   of   magnificent  staKes at Carcross and V\ I"L      ic,,
river trip    Empress of Hvituin sails ��_Mni ��� through winter set*
from Montreal for I, verpool May HMh.   m"lraul�����      .������,  .,m,|y to ���
For other dates and rale's apply i,, fV^nrvTs    Traffic  M.-��*
ED. QOULET, i-  n-   1(UUL     '   ��� nlJir.,
O. P. R. Agent. MaCvnnco���ver  B. I
Now Westminster. I Vancouver, '
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1906.
Do You Need a Set of Teeth?
Full Set
of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
Our Gold 22^ Porcelain
Crowns are tne Best
All  Our Work is.
For  10 years With a Protective Guarantee
The Boston Dentists Limited
B. X Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Km,Is of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, j Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy^Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
Boilers and Pumps.
Before placing your orders for NEW
STEAM PLANT, write for quotations.
We have the LARGEST and BEST equipped
BOILER PLANT in Canada       :       :       :
"Canada" Heaters  and  Separators
Cochrane   Patents.
"Canada" Return Tubular Boilers
Ilanum Patent
'Canada" Water Tube  Boilers
"Canada" Steam Pumps
Full Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland   :   :
Address: 527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
Wanted���Good strong b oy. Apply Fraser River Lumber Co.
For Sale���10 acres, 15 acres cleared
Good building. Apply Donald Mc-
Clure, Port Kells.
Wanted���2000 Cords ot Hemlock Bark
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd.,
taken In lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to the manager at
Tannery or P. O. box 187, New
Lost���Brown Cockerel Spaniel last
Monday. Please return to Mr. Frank
Reichenbach, Columbia street, city.
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed house on
fine corner in "West End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Cheap. Appl.
X, this office.
Wanted���Boy to look after office. Apply Drs. Hall and Rothwell.
For Sale���Half Interest in a livery business near Seattle, Washington.
Chance of a life time. Apply Advertising Manager, Daily News.
Eggs for Setting���Pure Barred Rock
$1.00 per setting. J. W. Austin, Sapperton.
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. R. Aus
tin,  Sapperton.
Wanted���Young girl help. Apply 1st
and 4th avenue, upper Exhibition
Wanted���To rent a farm with at least
forty-five or fifty acres cleared,
within reach of New Westminster
market. Apply Mrs. Ormlslon, Sapperton.
Miss Edith Hughes Says They Strive
for Political  Power.
Kansas City, April 30.���Miss Edith
Hughes of Burton, Kan., who for
twelve years worked as a missionary
among the Mormons in Utah, said last
night in an address tram the pulpit
of the Lynwoorl Presbyterian church,
this city:
"The great object for which the
Mormon church is striving is political
power. A constitutional amendment
against polygamy Is the only thing
feared by the Mormons. They know-
that they cannot circumvent the na-
lional government and that if polygamy is left to state control they can
preach it and practice it ultimately
with legislative sanction by the election of "safe" men to office.
"When they can control twelve
slates, the Mormons can defeat a constitutional amendment Their plan is
to get enough Mormon voters to move
to the states, which they have marked
for control.
"The menace of Mormonism to the
country is increased by the fact that
the Mormon church Is the best organized institution in the world with
the exception of the German army."
One    Thin    Small    Voice    Is    Raised
Against His and Is Quickly
Wanted���Smart boys to sell the Daily
News. Good pay guaranteed. Apply
Business office Dally News.
Wanted���Smart boy 15 or 16 for office���Apply Daily News business offlce.
For Sale���Chester White, pure bred,
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at reasonable prices. W. R. Austin, Sapperton.
Teacher of the German
Language   and   Piano
German  Conservatory Method.
Roasts Missionaries.
Kansas City, April 30.���A Brahmin
missionaries. Ninety per cent, of those
the pulpit of All Souls church, Episcopal, in this city by invitation last
evening said in the course of a talk:
"We are overstocked with Christian
mlslonarles. Ninety per cent, of those
we have are senseless. Furthermore,
we don't want your religion and your
holy book. We have more religion of
our own than we know what to do
with, a surplus that we would like to
export. So we pray you Americans
keep your so-called missionaries at
home. If you want to Christianize us
.send us some nieu that are qualified
lo leach, philosophers that know their
own scriptures. Until then the Verbis,
our four books of philosophy, are good
enough for us.
"Show me a country where missionaries have been Ihat Is prosperous. It
does no, exlsi. There wer.. no famines,
no plagues In India before Ibe English
invasion. I am here In the Interests of
India for India, nol India for England."
During these remarks some members of ibe congregation lefl the assembly i',,,,1 later Rev. Charles Ferguson apologized for MarayaQ Krishna's
Chicago, April 30.���Standing unsteadily and with great effort before
an audience of 2,500 people in Zion
City Tabernacle last night John Alex-
; under Dowle challenged his traducers,
If any were present, to rise to their
feet and make their accusations before the whole congregation. The followers of Vollva, the new leader in
Zlon City's affairs, however, were at
the moment attending a revival meeting set for the same hour at the Zion
College building a quarter of a mile
distant. There 5,000 of the city's inhabitants were gathered together with
the famous choir now divested of its
ecclesiastical garb and the Zion band
and orchestra.
Those who listened to the words of
Dowie were for the most part visitors
from other towns brought In by hundreds by the electric cars and railroad
train. For more than au hour the crowd
in the tabernacle waited for the appearance of the venerable apostle. In
front of the platform and In the choir
loft were probably 130 of the faithful.
Dowle was borne bodily by two
stalwart negro attendants from un
anteroom up the stairs to thc platform
and deposited upon his feet before
the elaborate prayer altar. He was
attired in his apostolic robe of white
and gold. Upon his head was the
turban of marvelous pattern, embroidered in purple and gold. He delivered
his address aud sermon sealed before
, the altar. Only occasionally when
roused to an unusual pilch of earnestness did he rise to his feet.
Mrs.  Dowie  in   Audience.
Mrs. Dowie sat among Dowie's followers in the congregation. Except
for the presence upon the platform
of Gorman Mayer and D. H. Harper.
Dowle was alone. He announced the
hymns and led in prayer in a voice,
Iho HnmnesS and strength of whieh
surprised those who have been In attendance upon him. He prefaced his
sermon by a spirited denial of the
charges brought against him. in the
course of whieh he exhibited much of
his  former  flre.
"They say I've taken the. people's
money, do ihey?" he shouted. Answers
of "yes" or "no" came from different
parts of the audience. A man a little
more persistent than others was singled out by Dowle. I Dinting a trembling finger at the man, Dowie continued:
"Let Ihat man stand up and give
his name. Let him tell what money I
took and when."
With  all   eyes  cast  upon   him  the!
man shrank in his seat.    A guard was ' 	
ordered to compel him to stand, but' Mount Carmel, Pa��� April 30���Two
he stood in shamefaced silence. Then serious clashes between Lieut. Smith's
Dowie rose to his feet and demanded j command 0f constabulary and foreign
I Troopers Fire on Foreigners Who Attack Them With Stones at
ML Carmel.
that any of those present who had anything to charge aginst him do so
'.hen and there.
miners   occurred   here   today.     The
troopers    fired    on their    assailants,
fatally injuring nne man and wounding several others.
The troopers had heen guarding the
Displays  Great  Emotion,
Displaying great emotion Dowle described  the sorrow  he felt  upon re- . tah���ta     Tht,
,.,.���,,        , Sayre   colliery  in  the BUfcurDS.     int
eeiving the  news  while  in  Mexico of       J
,, ,. , ��� ,        .,     , firu, trouble came when the waitresses
the revolt among his people.    He de- ��r&i irouuie e���i_e ttu
clared  thai   he  could  not  sleep  until of three local hotek refused to serve
he learned the worst and that his cup them with food.   They returned to the
of grief was full when he found his streets only to be attacked by a mob
wife and son had deserted him. Then 0I foreign miners.    These were held
he paid  a  tribute to Mrs.  Dowie. i>ack ^th "black jacks" and persuaded
"My wife has some noble qualities," Dy one of their number, also the chief
he said.    "She    was  misled    and im- purgess   of   the   town,   to   return   to
posed upon.    They used her and when their homes.
they were through with her they cast      por a moment a crisis was averted,
her aside.    My son played tricks upon as th,. miners were preparing a second
me  which   he  ought   not   have  done, attack and the soldiers were drawn up
but he, too, was deceived." in nnc prepared to shoot.   The troops
Dowie made his first appearance in started to return to the colliery, but
the tabernacle at 6:30 o'clock in the ^in front of the residence of Dr. Keefer,
morning, when he conducted a prayer 0_   Hickory street*   they were   again
and   praise   service,   attended   by   100
persons. Vollva    also   held a meeting
at  that  hour   which  was  largely  attended.
attacked,   their   assailants   throwing
Lieut. Smith ordered the mob to
disperse, but this merely resulted ln
the throwing of more missiles. Thereupon Ihe troops were ordered to fire.
As the carbines began to crack, the
miners fell back in disorder, leaving
n ,'���!,n named Wilson filially wounded
and several others hurt in the street.
Churchill's Strength.
London, April    30.���Winston    Churchill    (he now prefers    to be.   called
plain Mr. Churchill  without  the prefix!   has  filled  a larger space in the  Dr.  Reefer's house was riddled with
public eve in the new House of Cam-, bullets.
mons than anv other member of the The constabulary then retired to
government, and is already designated the Sayre colliery, where Lieut. Smith
as the future Liberal prime minister,    reported the trouble to Pottsville.   He
As under-secretary for the colonies was ordered to hold his ground, hut
he was the chief target of the opposi- j later he was told to bring his com-
Ilon on the burning questions of Chl-jtnand back to Pottsville. He was
nese labor and Lord Milner's illegall- placed under $500 bail, charged with
ties. Having no rooted objection, nssnull with intent to kill. Three of
temperamentally, to be thrust for- the miners also were held,
ward In this wav, he has enjoyed him-! The home of Solomon fioldsmith
self and delighted the ministerialists j also wa.s riddled with ballets and Mrs.
by daring, damaging attacks on Cham- Goldsmith was wounded. .
berlaln  and  Balfour. A large  force of eostabular,  is
Unlike    other  born    debaters, Mr. j pected to ��^njo<%��__
Churchill   Is  a   bard  worker  and has
Inspired   the   permaMpt   officials  af
the colonial office with a wholesome
(their pr
Flour Advances In Priee.
Montreal,    April    30.-The     Ung
,  ,      ������,,   ,.een., Manitoba flour millers have advanced
respect  for  bis  knowledge  and  Keen ( ^ ^ ^ f_ ^ ^^ |je_ ^^ Qf.
He "believes in himself and hlsj
fectlve over all eastern provinces. I
Frank Trapp's Craft Rests on Bottom
of the River.
************************** ������������������������������������������������������������UH
: r- ��� ���
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh "Lettuce, nice big heads. 5o per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.   $1.00 per sack.
T. S. ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. VV. Gilchrist, Mgr.
s ���      _      _ :���:
Frank  Trapp's    Bteam  launch,    th
Ah   Sing, the  Dealer,  Puts  Up Thirty   Bobs  which   bus  been   lying  near  I
Dollars    Bail    and    Lets
lt Go.
Th,   love   of gambling   proved    Ah
c. P. \. wharf ever since Its trip a
few days ago from the Brunette creek,
sank his, night, owing to a baby hull,
in aboul four feel of water, and is lying  near  the  riv. i   bank  partly  sub-
Wilfrid      Laurier      Says    Que
tion Will Be Taker,  Up With
Ladies' Lustre Shirt Waist Suits
Sing's undoing last night. In company  niergeijj uji]l ., [a,  ,  a hing bo
with many oth,    Celei la      \h Bpeni   [ng across iis stern,  AH the ma,'hi
,; merry evening ������   a a ��� ��� | artj    In  i I ���  ha I b, i n r, p ,v, 1 som
the store   kepi by       Ah    Lee   In
Chinatown. Just as the , -citing game
timi   ago
Ottawa,   April 30.- Ri form   of   th
,:, it,  was discussed In parllamenl t,
day. Mr. Mclntyre,    Liberal    member
fo.   South   Perth,   '������ I  a  r, solution
See the values we are offering in these popula   .
The low prices place them easily within the i
Extra values for this week's showing al
\$6, $6.75, $7.50, $8,75 and $9\
,,���l In :, tew days the bull was to be enate would I"' broughl Int,
. ache 1 and overhauled.
I Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance. |
. have been appoint, .1 kjrtnts for the Union  Assurance Society
of London, h'nglp.r.,1, which has been carrying on fire  insurance business
of tan tan was al Its helghl the police
.... ared on the seen.., an.l as Ah Sing
was   al    thai    momenl    Industriously
Guichon- T. \. \      m, M. D��� Prim
Rupert, H. C; J. H. Bowes, city; S, B
ot chips around, hav-1 Buchanan, city; L. \V. David, Mil
...       en app Inted dealer by common  G. B. Cooper, Belllngham; George  \\
consent, bc wai   no,ilie.I thai  his pre-  Snyder.
s, nee would  be desired al  the police     Colonial���A. W. 1.   ie, Mission;    H.
COUrl   this  morning.    Les,   the    China-   Catherwood, J. Bow,.,. Mission;   \. J.
MONEY     R/1    fmlTADDir     P      C(\       Kcnl  Estate   Brokers
S      TO LOAN.  1"CV_U AKKlL    &    LU., _���_��� Contractors        J
V 186   Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C. >J
.������ ���*���
man  ihoul l 1... ge   th ��� engagemenl   he  Owens, city;
su:n  oi   - '.   i.r.l  was requested  from   r, s. Pyke,    Vancouver;
Ah. B,��� )30 i, apparentlj a mere ilea an.l wife. Cloverdale.
bile to I-,,.- -n Industi lous in the pursuit  of ilie  fickle go i.l. bs of chance,
ami Ah Lee's name was called in i ri"
.    a  !���   ill  there now
I. ii. Copli... Vancouv, i ;
li   A.   I',.mill
Windsor S, Ben n, city; A. Buck
ley, Whonnock; John McDlaranld, Vancouv, r; li. 'I'. Cock ag, Vancouver; A.
Anderson,  Vancouvi i    J. J.  Bingston,
* *
Snaps In
85 acres of good
Delta land, 20 acres in
crop, 20 in pasture.
Good house and outbuildings. Fine water.
Half mile from railroad, school, church,
postoffice   and   store.
Price Only $3,000
The best of terms.
This is a No. 1 buy,
and will only be on the
market for a short
80 acres, 10 acres
under first class cultivation, balance easily
cleared. Good stream
of water. Six roomed
house, fine stable,
chicken houses and
Price $1,800
Easy Terms.
40 acres of good
land, twelve acres of
it cultivated; large
orchard. New house
and good barn, two
chicken houses. Half
mile to school and
three quarters of a
mile to river.
\ Sporting Hews %
and Comment.
Work for Seniors.
Aspirants  for  placi a on  'Ire .
lacrosse twelve of  N, w   W, itm I
called upon to turn oul tor prac-
;, e al  Queen's  Park tomorrow even-
Hiis wili be the Drsl senior practice of the    season an.l    II  b, 1 e
verj ambitious stick handler ,., grace
::.���:��� wi'l, his presence on this occasion.
Intermediates Commence.
stick handlers of 'be East  End
opposite his name in the hooks Matgqul, B, C; .1. VV, Quinn, Tacoma;
ai Ht pollc,       .:���'.;   i.e words, "Hail M    Rudd|  gtanw |,  w ish.;  John  E,
"''���" Erlckson, Clinton, \\    h.; G. E
 t-  Clinton, Was!,.; G. Lunn, City,
Police Court Figures. Cosmopolitan���John    Young,    city;
A  total  of  thlrty-nin,     cases    was \,.ji j. Johnson, Elgin, Geo. Freeman,  grown   favored
Patterson,   Han-
,'.     ;    li.    1
.1.   11.
* ���
t       and Comment.       ���
�� ���
****i.********************    ��� dl  with in the police court  during  Vancouver;   Thomas
the month ot April, of which over one-  en;   Roberl   Bla  i
ill i wr re Ini' drunk, tsness.
Tin   li.' ... following:
Breach   ot trad ,v    infrln
Incorrli Ible  ,	
B,   .'. Inmates of i...w.i>. h
llreael, of liquor li.   a
Ass ml!
:, ... cord  v.iil,  the splril  ol  re
presentative   government   by   amendments which i���  tu  ir,
will .iln.lis], the life tenure of senators
 I Umil  ii  in a legal term of three
parliaments, saj  !���"��� .ears, ami provide
fixed a.,... noi  exc, e ling    ti years,
��� ,;  compulsory retlr, nie,,'.
Mr. Schnell, of Oxford, another Liberal, seconded ibe resolution.
rii,   Wilfrid  L.iuri.r said thai  during
il,,. ::'.. , ears thai    had elapsed   since
confederation,  there  bail  been  i
ferenl  times    talk of reform    nf      "
senate, bul  no serious   attempl    ha I
l ��� made to revise the woi I. of thai
bodj. Thai spoke well tor th    fathers
of il lion. Tlie upper chamber wa i
ectlve from  1866    to    lM'.T.   and    i'
worked    well.   .\,   confederation     Mr
:,  appointed
��� ���
show window for a few ..l  ,
C luslng a ,listurbance      1
Intermediate lacrosse cluh were oui in  Mallclous aamage ,0 property ,_    ,
force   al   Quern's   Park   las,   evening.  Polntlng a ,���������.,���       j
ami the ground being in good shape a ���
sp!. mlirl practice resulted. The young-
sters wenl ni  the game wiih jus!    as
frequenting a bawdy bouse
!���:��� eping a bawdy bouse    2
much vigor :,���r| vim as il' they bail
been used to ii all winter, ami it is
quite evldenl thai but very little practice is necessary lo put them in first
,-iass shape for their Brsl match.
and Sir John A. Macdonald was    n i
avi n " n elective   ��� .. ite, Both
wood,  Haney;  J.  Beaton, city;  J.  I!. ,    |  0-  .,���  appointed  sel
Wilkinson, Chilli-, The ;       ut gov, mn , nl end, i\      i
D, poi    John   H v, Lake;  J. j .    h I
S. Scott, Blaine; M.   I m, Vancou- always n  llfte of cl       ige,  This  was
ver;   A.   Barr,  Mission  City;     Vnrti as to whether II  should  br
Y/ansson    Jam a    Ross,     V n    ���:. , 1, Ontario would Btand foi
James  Duffy,   Langlc  :   George  Ende, abolishing It,  He did  nol  hav.- much
Mission  Jun,  lon,  ' i Kb       ! faith in the theoi the    upper
eph Call, Upp, .' Su ���   Sh      ,, city, eha,,,be,' wns a check on hasty 1.
Cent] I E. .1. i: ,wn, city; J. Rob- tlon In the lower house. The Ontario,
In .,.. city; c. M, : H. Mon- New Brunswick, Man;,,>ba and B
son, Vancouver; Peter Hanson, Van- Columbia legislatures did nol Bhow
couver; J. Houghlin, Vancouver; E. L. ihis. Whal Sir Wilfrid regarded as an
Brown, city; George Hart, city; .1. Important function of the second cham-
Cameron, city; W, P. Haines. beT was Its capacity to proteel the
 o  smaller provinces and prevenl invasion
Fair and Warm. '"''' rI&hts l,v the !;"'-":' |,r"
Victoria,   May   1.   The  pre sun"    Is
Indians at Work.
An Indian team which has been organize.! in Brownsville i.s putting in
some bard practice, and expects to figure prominently in Intermediate matches this s.nson.
Last  Lecture Tonight.
Prof Alexander   delighted    ..
audience   al    St, Patrick's Hal
high on the coasl from California to
c is -in and .asl of the Rockies from
Saskatchewan to the Great Lakes. Between these two arras the pressure ls
comparatively low frnm Alberta southward to the Middle ivesl states. Rain
has fallen al Barkervllle and Port
Simpson bul elsewhe ������ fair weath, r ls
Practice in Vancouver.
! night and surprised all by bis clever
blindfold examinations at the close,
proving that he is certainly a masl ,r
in bis profession. He gives bis closing      p0recas s for 36 hours ending
lecture tonight and the subject "Good  ���,.  Wetinesday    on  the  Lower  Main-
and  Bad  Heads, Illustrated    by    por-iland:  LigW t0 moderate winds, gener-
traits of some of the best and worst  ,ll]v talf ;l,1() wanlI
characters." should fill the house.
Kb,,.u ,���..��� were on, in uniform al There Is no admission fee, Al the close]
e  practice  held    by  the Vancouver  hl. wll] glve ., 1:llk t0 men only
club last night on the Can,hie Streel
grounds and the boys had a good workout, says the News-Advertiser of this
mo, ���ing.
Glbbins was in the ilags again and
showed up well. Bob Cameron turned
oul for the lirst time this sens,.,, and
looks to be stronger now than al any
A Laitycr1! Trick.
When Baron Bramwell was one* sitting on the crown side on the south
Wales circuit counsel for tbe defense
In a certain case asked leave to address tbe jury In Welsh. 'Hie case being a simple oue, permission wns given
Without demur. He said but very few
words. Tbe baron also did not think
much comment was necessary, but was
Price $
Half   cash,
easy terms.
Agents for the  Guardian   Fire
Assurance  Company.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone   170.
278  Columbia   Street.
Tbe marriage of Innis Sim Aria,us
and Miss Helen Wood, of McDuff, Scotland, was solemnized lus, evening at
the resilience of Aid. George Adams.
Twelfth street, by the Rev. J. S. Henderson. Tbe groom was attended by somewhat startled by a prompt verdict
previous lune. Godfrey and Spe.biing , .    ,     ,      . ,, , ���. ���,.,.,,!,,.,,
.   ...      , his brother Lav,me Adams, and    the   of acquittal.
put  in ;,  good  half-hours work, both   ... ,. .,.     ,, ,. ,
.    ,   ,    bridesmaid  was Miss Carrie Schaake
ol  these players being in particularly
good I'm,,,. Capt. Matheson was oul as
usual, while clarkson, Garvey, Watson, Knight, Murray and Campbell
wrii' also on hand. The boys will hold
:';'":.l,n   Pf"*j��� tomorr��w evenlnS' ,���,��������������� here. Mr. Adams is an employee I PWnant is an Englishman, but ynu are
Scotty    Williams, who figured    so Welsh ami I ��'�� ��*J��'��� �����'   ^riB.
prominently   on   the  defence  Held   of ���,   , ,      ,                         : ouer Is Welsh.    .Need 1 say more.'    I
the Seattle cluh drifted Into town   on a��'l^rrles with him the best wishes heave it all to yon.''���
Sunday  from  Seattle and was Imme- ��   '"S ",!",y c��-workers ;i"'' ""'",,s ]" !    " Is scarcely necessary to mention,
,i.i               , ,       ,     ..     , nl!i new  venture.
dlately signed by the Maple Leafs. He 	
is a good man and a player who plays
a cool game and can always be relied
upon to break up the combination   of
any  h,   The  new club  Is working
bar.J and the players are rapidly rounding Into shape. Among the men who
it.' candidates for a place on 1b.. new
After  the  ceremony,  a  wedding supper was served, to which about  fifty
guests  sa,   down. Tl,,.  happy  , pie
I left   for  Vancouver last   nlghl.    Tbey
will reside on Twelfth Btreel on their
"What was It," he afterward inquired, "that Mr. L. said to the jury?"
"Oh, he just said: 'This case, gentlemen, lies in a nutshell. You see yourselves exactly how It stands. The
judge is an Englishman, the prosecuting counsel Is an Englishman, the com-
Representation in the Benate was fixed
ond not based on population, Thli wa
the system in the Unit, l SI it, . when.,
New York had ::,! representatives and
two senators, Rhode Island had two
senators and two representatives, ll.
would nol be averse to bavins; each
province, without regard to population,
represented by the same number of
senators. Sir Wilfrid said thai th,
matter would be talked over al the
coming conference with the provinces,
He had inclined to favor <���]��� tlon Of
senators by provincial legislators, Bj
the one-man-one-vote Bystem there
would not be an undue preponderance
of one party over ano,her. He asked
for opinions from ���:i sides of the
Mr, Horde,, said thai Sir Wilfrid
Laurier promised to reform the senate when In opposition. The general
"pinion was that, when he came to
power and after having a majority in
the senate, he would appoint alternately Conservatives and Liberals. The
premier bad reform of lhe Benate in
bis own hands.
This  ended   the  debate.  The  motion
was withdrawn,
l o .
G. T. Returns Lands.
Toronto,   April   30.���Premier   Whitney made the following st at en, en,  today:
for Sweets  j
he Cream and G.  B.   Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete li, f I'm,.lies. Frail &
Do your own Silver Plating at
home ., wonderful preparation
made by Meyer & Allen of New
Vork      :      :      :      :      :     :
50 Cents a Bottle
R. C Purely,
Sole Agent.  Columbia Street
Croquet Sets
From $1.50 up at
Full Line of
Sporting Goods
CANDY     {
makes the purest of pure sweets   *
and invites the public to call     J
and _ee  the candy made        ���
Screen Doors
Screen Windows
This  is  t!       ���
vtvxmasBsevvsim sh_��, :
St. Patrick's Hal
Prof. Alexander
Fresh Fruit in'Seasnii.
Twelve year-    experience   in   the
candy   trade.
The proof of the pudding i.s in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrey's Barbershop.
I Tonight
Nice Lot, cleared and
fenced, at corner of 9th
Street and St. Andrew's
Street.   A Snap at . . .
Good residence lot on
Queen's Avenue, East.
Fine location.   Only . .
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106. Columbia St.
lean, are E. Have... k. Ravey, Fisher,
C. Morrison, Brown, Freeman, Barnes,
Ritchie, Janes. ]���'. Murray, W. Murray.
IO. Murray, McCualg, Van Home, Williams a,nl a number of las, season's
Intermediate team.
Al ,, meeting of the executive committee of the Wesi End Intermediate
lacrosse club held la.si nlghl it was decided to gei down to work a, oner, and
Ihe lirsi practice has been called for
tomorrow evening al the Camhle
Streel  grounds.
King Edward Falls.
Naples, May l.���The fad thai King
Edward had a slight tall on the stairs
of the royal yacht Vieloria ami Alberl
est, rday before Laving for Mounl
Vesuvius caused the circulation of ex
" ������ rated rumors aboul the accident.
The King however, was not Injured
and laughed at bis mishap.
says the writer of "Some Legal Reminiscences," that Huron Bramwell did
noi allow tbe experiment to be repent-
ed of addressing the jury' In a language
which he did not understand.
"Under provisions of the acl  grant
ing a  easl,  bonus  Of $2,   per  mil,
and 1,200,000
Dress in Reason
b fashion piates
...r i\-_-l--��<.
The latest Mltche
have  arrived.
So  have our spring stoelc or  'li ;h-
icres   of land    to   the   class suitings.
Grand Trunk Pacific Runway company
for the Fori William branch, the compnny agreed, among other ,bines, to
place 400 settlers per year for ten
years on the lands granted, After con-
"What Is the matter, darling'/" asked
the concerned mother when ber small   gideratlon an agree,,,.,),  has been
son came to ber In tears.
"Well, you see, mummy, daddy was
banging a picture, and he dropped it,
and lt fell ou his toe."
"But that Is nothing to cry about,"
cried the mo,her cheerily. "Vou should
have laughed ,,i that, sonny."
"I ,11,1, mummy," responded her
small son regretfully.���London (Ilobe.
lived at, by which the company gives
Iraeli to the governmenl 525,000 acres
of land, and is released from the eon
rliiion ns to settlers, The advantages
to the province of this arrangement
are obvious."
Also worsteds, serges, broadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
J. N. Aitchison,
Columbia btreet.
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
Haywood Sells Out.
An Important real estat, deal was
consumated i��� Vancouver yesterday
morning ns a resull of which W, D,
Haywood sold oul bis hair Interesl in
'lie Commercial hotel, to Thomas
Stewart, a well-known resldenl of Van
couver. The amount Involved in the
transfer was $15,500, Mr, Haywood wlll
engnge in the real estate business.
s.vei, yews ago Mr. Haywood, who
is  ,,   pioneer    reside,,,     of  Vancouver,!
, und A,  I'r. semi, took over the control
of ihe Commercial hotel. Some months
ago, Mr.  Prescotl  Bold his Interesl  to
1 Mr,   Haywood   and   the  latter  gentle
man later formed a partnership   with
.Messrs.  a,kins and  Johnston,  Thr.se
gentlemen stlB retain a bait Interesl
and Mr, Stewarl will be Identified with
(hem in the managemenl of the hotel.
The transfer was made yesterday and street, Enst End.-Prlce $900.
Mr.    Slewar,    tools    possession      last Cottage   antl   large   lots   close   to
nfsM. j Columbia street.-Price $1350.
To find real estate good enough to
invest your money in, but quite another
to find property that represents a real
good value.
We have si,me property at present
on our books which a wise investor will
buy up as soon as he looks  them   over.
Why notjlel us putjyou wise on
them ?
70 aces lirsi (lass farming land at
$70 per acre.
7   roomed   dwelling   ,,���   Seventh
stnet near Queen's Avenue. Price
Modern   dwelling   on   Carnarvon
stuniiik 'Unlit  Borevr-l
To   start   a   tight   screw   press   the
screwdriver firmly  In  place  with  one
hand,  but  do nol  lorn  It.   Then take
hold   of   It   sideways   Willi   flat  jawed
pliers as close to tbe head of tbe screw
as possible and turn It with them,   A
hand vise is better than pliers.   Leave
Just  enough  of  the tip  Of the screwdriver OUtSide the vise to till the slot of   Tuesday   .
the screw, but no more.   This reduces
the danger of breaking or bending a   Wednesday
badly tempered screwdriver to a minimum.   Scientific American, Thursday
Tide Table   Fraser River
For W.ek Ending May ,;.
Symbol* of Trade,
In Scotland it was for a long time ).'ri,i
usual lo place ou a man's tombstone
the symbols ���f bis trade. Especially
was this tlie case at Dunblane, where,
lu the burial ground of the abby, It
has been found that of those tombstones which are from Km to 200 years
old about one-fourth are thus marked,
the symbols being iu low relief.
May  Kill Tourist Trade.
Toronto, April 30.���Toronto
A. I WHITE, 260 Columbia St
Telephone ''"���
keepers have Increased tha price of
liquor, Beer Is now i"��� c.-uis per
i is sold over lhe bar, and svery-
j':);:;,- else goes up .".'i per cont,
11 .i>5
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia  Bt.
Baggage delivered   promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Uur Bpi
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., bei, w Tr n Office.
Telephone 16U.
....CALL ON...-
office 'Phone 186.
Ilarn   I'nono HIT
tjiiit.- r<-i-i)i,-.
"1 suppose you're going to Dr. Ma- ���
son's funeral, grandpa?"
"Ob," snarled the Infirm old man,
"don't talk to ,,,e nbout other people's
funerals. It's as much ns I shall be
able to do to get to my own."���Exchange.
A Clone Father.
She���Tou must ���sk father for his
consent. He He won't give It *c> mc.
She Why not? lie He's too close.
He never ({live anything to anybody In
bis life.
Wisdom Is knowing what to do next I
skin is knowing bow to do it, and virtue Is doing It���Jordan,
Mnn,lay    . .
Tuesday ���,
Thursday .
Saturday ..
Sunday ...
High Waier Low Water
Time Et'ghl Time light
��� |    7.54 FT* I    4.24 I 9.2
23.56 i 11.6 | 15.61 | 3.4
.i   8.51 [   9.4 |   5.60 9.0
| 16.49 | 3.8
0.40 t 11.7 |    7.02 | 8.4
! 10.47 |   8.9 | 17.64 | 4.1
.|    1.31 j 11.8 |    7.50 | 7.5
!  12.33 !    9.1 | IS.58 | 4.4
,|   2.11 | 12.1 |   8.82 j 6.3
I 1 1.08      9.7 | 20.01 | 4.7
,|    2.47 j  12.1 j    0.11   | r,.o
I 15.10 I 10.6 I 20.69 I 5.0
,|   II.20 | I2.ll I   9.49 | 3.7
| 1fi.0S> | 11.1 | 21.52 j 5.4
Prescriptions a Specialty-
; Ellard Block,
j New Westminstei%-jJ^J
| Electric Railway Service j
Plants and  Annuals  of  all   kinds,   cut r
Mowers and Moral designs,    Dahlias
60c per dozen.
Telephone A1S1 nr address 41b Avenue
and 10th Street.
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will rim every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 12 p.
in. excepting al 7:30 and 8:80
a. in. Half hourly cms will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
6.80 a. in. to ll p. m.
20 Minute Service���Mo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 an,', I, and 7,
30   Minute   Service   ri'"*    t .
mamder of nay.  '"���� rcr
Leopold Place.
half-hourly '"���'
snd 10 I'' m'
Sunday   Service
tween  8 a. m
City and Sappe''ton'
Sapperton Line    16 ,n'""! ���n,l
*'"'"'  ,'X,���",',   "'" mn"b ***1
2, and 6 and I, '"""";���!  ue
hours    the    service
Sunday Service
tween 8 a. m.
ami 11 I''"1'
British Columbia Electric Ry- C��'^


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