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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 55.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY, MAV 8, 1906.
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RUSSIANS AFLAR
WITH INDIG
TION
INVITATION TO KING
Treachery of Government Causes Widespread Revival of
Mistrust, and Unexpected Promulgation is Followed by
Bold Action of Police and Members of the "Black Hundred" Society���Jews Take Fright and Disappear.
St, Petei il are. May 8,- The danger
an earl;   confltcl  between the gov
. nl    ; ml    parllamenl    has   keen
eatlj   Increased    by  whin  has    hap-
. m .1  within the las,  21 hours. The
 1 Impression produced  by the - 11,
clal intimation    of the new    premier
��� 1 he emperor and the governmenl
Blncerely desirous of working In
harmony  with parliament, which  wa
it, 1 i,i good faith by th ��� leadei
th,   Constitutional   Democrats,  en
��� 1 them to counsel moderation, has
Ij been dissipated and In II   place
0 d i". ling of mlstrusl    has bi en
n lived.
Cloven  Hoof Exposed.
The Liberals arc utterly stunned, In
,-iew ol the semi-official assurances ,.���
abject,   by   the   unexpected   pro-
iihi late lasi nig.,, of the obnox-
: indamental    law ,hough    in    a
.  modified form. At a stroke 11
1 end to the claim which the new
cablnel   tried  to  foster,  namelj   thai
.'.,,fall of the \V'iie cablnel was
0 Imperial disapproval ol the 01
iginal drafl of the law.
An article in the law nol mentioned
in  lasi   night's despatches exempting
,  lands  from  taxation    and  ex
in and another reserving the
"i a mn.'siy for political prison-
.   he ��� mperor, run nounter to the
expressed will of the majority
bound to  produe.. a clash.
Czar Is Supreme.
only commendable new feature
; indamental law is a provision
. .i'eei thai Imperial orders mus,
mtei  Igned  by the preside,,,  of
���  council of ministers or the mem-
,1   the  cabinet   whose  departmenl
t, d bul so long as the cablnel
ponslble to parliament ii is
His Majesty to dismiss an un-
a Infster  and  replace hlm  by
will do his bidding.
Police Grow Bold.
lignatlon  aroused  by  tho emper-
,1 to build an artificial dyke
I thi   prerogatives of the crown
in Intensified by the astounding
the  police  lasi   night   in  dis-
a meeting of so,,,., members
... r hous.- of parllamenl and
upper  house,  or  new  council
I 'li" empire, at the hall of the Econ-
loclety.
Meeting  Broken  Up.
limit  any  warning    the  building
aunded by the guard regiment
J   a   detachment  of   cavalry  and     a
' Ired  police n  marched  Into the
" ,'oun,  11< > ,1.-11. a marshal
;l," nobility and a member of par-
������ si.  Petersburg, was pre-
ul ordered   the me, ting   to|
ander Instructions from the
police. Vigorous proles,s were
'1 : the meeting was entirely
the police were Inexorable
��� inhere of parllamenl left
-1 drawing up a formal pro-
'.   ��as  signed     by   28  Of the
. belt,   a   member  of  purlin-
St. Petersburg hurried after
In to the hall where the Const!
Democrats were holding their
a and announced to Ihe mem-
'It:e assembled the action taken
by Hi.  police,
False to People.
An Indescribable scene of fury followed after which Rodltchoff In an lm-
Ive speech which was cheered to
the echo, declared thai the government's appeal tor confidence had again
been false and that the people musi
rely upon themselves, li was decide I
that one of the lirsi things after the
assembling of parliament .should be a
demand for tho dismissal of the chief
of police.
Refrain From Rash Deeds.
As if these Incidents w.-re not
enough to excite the members of parliament the local authorities with a
fatuous genius for blundering Inflamed
the working class.-, yesterday. Without warning they ordered many of the
leaders of the workmen to leave the
city. The, were not even given time to
remove their families. The m itter was
broughl to the attention ol a me..,ing
of peasant and workmen m mbers of
parliament who denounced It as an
attempl on the pan of the government
lo bring about a strike on the eve ���r
the assembling of parliament for the
purpose of provoking a struggle and
under cover of the disorder to dissolve
parliament. Nevertheless the meeting
appealed to iln- workmen at this critical June,ure lo do nothing rash and
to 1 rust in parliament to flghl for liberty against repression.
Members Outraged.
This meeting also appointed a
"scandal committee" to collect evidence of the violations of the rights
of members of parliament, two of
whom, one a priesl, have been searched since their arrival In St Petersburg and also to investigate the con-
spiracj on the pari of lhe authorities
10 Induce men:'.ers of parliament ' ,
lodge in government buildings,
Oil te the Flames.
A mass meeting of the "Black-Hundred" held yesterday under ihe presidency of M. Duhrovin, poured oil on
ibe flames by the exaction of an oath
from those present u, the effect that
if parliament is found 10 consist .of
��� Traitors" thej will offer iheir lives
to protecl the autocracy. No better evl-
il. nee ot the feverish has:., of the governmenl lo sic ngthen iis defense al
all points before iln- assembling of
parliament could be give,, than Hie
fact :li,11 m 1 olumns of the Official
Messenger today are devoted ,,, Ukases
ind orders.
Tie- emperor lias yielded lo lhe demand of the Russian population of
lhe Baltic provinces and Poland, where
���o ,-leeiions have been in id, by granting two seats in parllamenl to each.
They will be selected from lhe purely
Russian Incumbents.
Thirteen members are also assigned
lo   Central   Asia.   Samarkand,   Russian
Turkestan and Sydarla, Asiatic Rns-
sia, wiih the restriction ihai they elect
on,. Cossack, six for Ihe UssUrle, South
Siberia, and Trans-Balkan provinces,
and one for Yakutsk. Easl Siberia.
Makes Jews Shiver.
Odeasa, May 8.���Although Jewish
emigration  1,,  South  Russia  has  de
creased during ,b. lasi two months,
It still averagei upwards of a hundred
dally fi",,, Ode . alone and the ex-
odes   from   Ihe   less   populous   Jewish
een,res is proportionately larger in
��� on equence of Hie general apprehension lha' lb,- danger ,., Hie Jews Is
r there than in Odessa where
they constil ite fully a third of ihe half
million population. Th.- Jews believe
thai oi en conflli ween parllamenl
and govei nmenl Is i: evitable and thai
ihey will be ike first 10 Buffer from the
upheaval which ts bound in result from
such a conflict.
Czar's Favorite Assassinated.
Kieff, Russia. May 8, Gi nera] Counl
Alexis Ignatieff formerly governor of
Kb ft, was assasi Inated here today.
Counl Ignatieff waa with Gen. Tre-
poll' Hie in.- Ig ��� ��� of ih,- conspiracy
to Induci Emperor Nicholas ,0 withdraw il,.- preliminary reforms and ;.,
1 a 10 the old pail, of absolutism.
II" was on., of two .sons of lhe famous
flrsl Counl Ignatieff, The story goes
tha Hie emporor, attracted by ,1,,- unusual stature and soldlerlj bearing of
lhe young private on guard, ai the
door of Hu. Impi rial apartments put
him in the line of promotion and finding him Intelligent, serious and devoted, advanced him rapidly from om- position ,0 an,iiber umil he became aide
de camp, lirsi Imperial favorite, director of ihe aristocratic corps of pages
In which tin- scions of lirst families of
Russia received their education and
finally In 1x77 be made bin, a count, of
Iho Russian empire, lb- was chiefly
distinguished for his uncompromising
devotion ,,)' H,.- old autocratic ideas of
Russia.
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Divorce Ca.��e Proceeds.
Paris, May s.���Tiie conclusion of the
election permitted Hie Castellane case
,0 b.- ink..,] up todaj for final inquiries
as 10 Hi., possibilities of a reconcillia-
1 ii ni  h. t n  Hi" Countess (formerly
Anna (build) and Count lloni.
This was considered 1.1 be a formality as lhe parlies are not disposed ,',
become reconciled, After Hie presenl
pi... eedlngs Hi" countess' r, vised bill
will be filed and Hi.- paper- served.
The lawyers expect thai in future lb"
I roceedlngs will move briskly and thai
ibe final decree will be tendered wlthoul a contest,
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Search for  Lost Priest.
R.gina. May 7.���The mounted police are searching for a Roman Catholic priest, Noel Got, who is supposed
lo  have  been  losi   or  I n  Hie  victim
of some mishap* iu Northern wilds.
presumably in Hie Mackenzie River
district.
Reduce Price of Coal.
Buffalo,  N.  v..  May &.���Local  coal
dealers lod , celle,i notice <>f a reduction of in Cents a ton on lhe price
Ol coal, making lhe priee during May
$5.S5 per Ion. lhe same us prevailed in
May, 1905
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Atlanta, (la.. May s.���it is reported
here thai seven persona have been killed this morning in a wreck on the
Sen,hern between Atlanta and Span-
tanburg.
' The following communication with reference to
j a resolution recently moved by N. A. Belcourt, member for Ottawa city, in the Dominion house of com-
1 mons, to1 the effect that His Majesty King Edward
and Queen Alexandra be invited to be present at the
opening of the Quebec bridge in connection with the
new transcontinental railway, was received today by
His Worship -Mayor Keary:
To His Worship the Mayor of New Westminster:
Sir,-! take the liberty of enclosing herewith a
copy of the debate in the House of Commons'and in
the Senate of Canada on the resolution moved by
myself in the Commons for an address to His Majesty requesting him and Her Most Gracious Majesty
the Queen to visit Canada at as early a date as possible in the hope that this debate may interest you
and that you may look with favor upon my suggestion that your Municipal Corporation may be moved
to endorse the action of the Canadian Parliament.
There is good reason to hope and believe that
their majesties will look upon this suggestion with
much favor and the opinion is most generally expressed that if it is made to appear to their majesties
that the intention is not merely the occasion for the
expression of our loyalty and devotion, but also that
we very earnestly hope and desire for their presence
in Canada they will very likely accede to the loyal intention and honor us with their presence.
It has occured to me that it will be fit and proper for your Municipal Corporation to adopt a formal
resolution endorsing the action of Parliament and
address an expression of its own desire for such a
visit.
If as I hope will be the case, you agree with me,
may I respectfully suggest that the course be taken
at as early a date as possible and that you will be
good enough to communicate to me the result.
Your's very truly,
N. A. BELCOURT.
INSURANCE MEN
TRY TO ESCAPE
PA YING LOSSES
See Loop Hole in California  State  Law Through Which
They May Get Out of All Responsibility   Exchange Threatened With
Disruption.
New York. May 8.���Efforts ,0 ad
just 11,e losses and protecl Hi.- re
servei of the various Insurance companies as a result of the San Fran
Cisco lire have not only re. ilted in a
split in lh.- N.w York Fire Insurance
exchange, bul seem likely to bring
aboui a tangle in the insurance world
ll.at will not be straightened out for
a   long  time.
Tbe Continental Insurance company
through Henry Evans, iis president,
has served notice of lis withdrawal
lion,  the exchange.
t Hither   withdrawals  are  likely and
may l'""1' ��' !l" ""ti," disruption
"' the e��hange which has maintained
:"'  agreement  M ,n ,.,..      m| inm_
""-"""��� wl"<:_all the companies doing business In this dtj pi 1 ,���,.,���.
selvi - ne: ta violate.
Al  'hl   monthlj meetins 11 tl _���
,il!"'" "' ''" held Wedn, daj the,-,.
'��� UkelJ to 1., som, livelj discussion.
I: wa- learned yesterday thai s,������, ���r
the companies hope to be able to take
advantage ol a California slat, law
which Ihey believe will ,.���:��� ,,; n,,.m
of paying any losses l.v flre 01 other-
wise on contracts whirl, had the
earthquake clause in them.
WIND OBLITERATES
MURDERER'S TRAIL
Police Suspect Chinamen of Murders in Cabins on  Fraser
River But Have No Clue    Signs of Fierce
Struggle for Life.
According to reports received today | were  discovered as ii,..  bodies were
the    provincial   police   have    nol   yel   badly   decomposed,
succeeded    in discovering    a tangible Fierce Fight for Life.
clue 10 the Identity of the person or      The wounds mi one of 11,,   vieii.as
persons who murdered the two China-  imlicilt" thal ne m"s, hllv" >��" '"> "���
fierce   flghl   (or his Hie.    ilie  bodj
men  whose boilbs  w.-re to,,nd in sep- ..       ..    , , '
was literally hacked to pi.-ivs. There
arate cabins on the Fraser river, aboul tt,.,.,. tour wmie |��� u���. |]eftU| ������,.
'ighi miles above Lillooet, last Fri-1 cutting through the skull and leaving
,l;iv. the head wide open.   One finger was
The  cabins  In  which  the  murders
nearly  severed and  a small   bene of
JURY GIVES VERDICT
IN RAi CREEK CASE
MURDERS HIS ENEMY
IN BULLDOG FASHION
were committed are built on the sand,
Finds   That   George   McLean   Assisted   Kurdish     Chieftain     Hold?   on
the   forearm was cul   rlghl   through,
Blood was scattered all ever l_e In-
and as ihere had been strong winds si(|(,  o�� |1|(. Mbl_ ;iml p,e dpw fiil|s
blowing between the time Hie crimes were Bjneared with It.
are Supposed  to hav.- been committed Robbery Their Motive.
and   the  day  the  horrible  discoveries The  W,,.,|1IIM ||st|i  bj   ,hl, ,������n|,.rur
With  were made, no trace of footprints were was   a   hatchel  and  the  victim had
in  Bringing About Death of
Miss  Fortier.
Teeth
Till   Turkish
Is  Dead.
Official
Edmonton, Alia.. May 8.���The verdict ���r the jury in the Ral Creek oas,
wa that Miss Fortln came to her death
Constantlpole, .May 8
Bey,   procurator  general  of  the  Vilayet of Tripoli, North Africa, has been
bj   poison   and   that   Oeorge   -McLean murdered in a highly sensational man-
was a party to bring it about. ner by All Shamyl Hasha, former mill-
Th.- impiesi  was held y.-s,erday af- tary governor of Scutari, a suburb of
ternoon   and   lasted   four   hours.   MS this  city.
left.   An empty opium can was found evidently attempted to defend himself
on the trail a shorl distance from the with  ;l  <��ck handle'    1,",h weapons
were b 11 behind by lhe murderer, but
cabins bin  beyond tins Ihere seems to .
as  these ar,  supposed to have been
.Medijim  Kdl   !"'   ""thing   thai   would   indicate   the   ,,,���   property of the mur id China-
coining or going of anyone.                   man th, ��� turnlah no due f���,' th,  po-
1 lice,     h   Seems that  this  nuinlei   occurred jusl after supper,   Thr China*
numus of the Chinaman who informed
Lean had quite recovered from the ef-       According   to   the   reports     received   the police of the finding of the bodies
Chinamen  Suspected.
eneral suspicion in  Hie _,..
man had liis shoes ���ir. and ii.-' " us-
eta w.re turned inside out All his
gold wi,!, ihe exception cf two dollars
worth wa- gone,
Victims Had Much Geld.
The general suspicion in Hie con,
niuniiy is that the murdered China
men were victims of one or more of
iheir own countrymen, and the move-
I'ects of ihe poison he had swallowed \\\ shamyl who is a Kurdish chieftain  are   being    closely     watched.    Some
and was broughl ���p from tl,.- police __d wlK) recently was exiled to Trl- li:,M '" the suspicion thai the murders
couri   where  he  is being held  in  cus- [)0u ,m t]le charge of being concerned
todj  and told his svory. Contrary to |n the murder of Revan Basha, al ('on
Hi"   Btory   he   told   in   Ihe   hospital   he sianlinopl..,     was   undergoing    an   ox-
,   Were   lh,'   work   of   Indians.     Xo   suspicion  falls on any  white man in the
district.
The  murders  mus,   have been  eom-
denled any knowledge of how the poi-  aminatlon   When  he  suddenly    rushed   mitted aboul a week before the bodb
son  go,   inlo  the chocolales  and  said   ��l><��> the procurator general, fixed llis 	
Th,. other murdered Chinaman apparently did nol put ni' "" much resistance, lh' was killed Willi an
axe.
The victims were Industrious placer
miners ami wen supposed to have had
considerable .-"l'l i" 'heir cabins.
he did  not  know there was
them whet, he look them.
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poison in
Reward for  Mrs.  Eddy.
Lexington, Ky., May 8.
teeth  in his throat  and held on like a
bulldog ti ti t i 1 his victim was throttled
1 to death,
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More  Supplies  Needed.
CANADIANS INVEST RUSSIA MAI INSIST
HEAVILY IN MEXCIO       ON HOTS RETURN
s.in    Pranclsco, Cal,, May    8, \c
li,,,,!   Amount of Capital  Interested
3,   H.   liai
,  _ ,       ,  cording to Dr, Edward T. Devtne,
rlson & Co., yesterday sold two horses,
of the  Red   ( r���ss  rebel   work,  a  loial
Eckersall and Tattessall, for $6,000 1,. _, ,., ,ap_ (i|. g ,_ mn si,m sinr���
T. L. Temple, of Texarkana, who f, is the flre up to May 1, "This represents
said.  Will   presenl   Ihem  lo  Mrs.   Mary a   bug.-  amounl   of  supplies,"   he  said
Baker Eddy In recognition of her serv- yesterday, "bul  nothing like what  we
Ices In the cause of Christian Bclence. will have ,,, have."
nnted at Close to Fifty Mil
lion Dollars.
s  Esti-   Serious Charges Ace Preferred Against
Him and Extradition Proceedings
Are Threatened.
x.. Way 8,    The   lo
Hank   of   Molineal.
Spends Time In Prison
Writing Valuable Work
Police Join Socialists
In Work of Destruction
business yesterday,  Man   "
Mobcov,   Maj I.   1" addition to the
accusation against   Maxim  Gorky  of
political   propaganda,
ihe proeuri  baa charged bim with
ail. ,   upris-
,    . .1 thai  hlft
���s ��� P( ei iburg, April 26.���One of thei
titer, sting flrsl fruits of the sue-
��� of in,. Russian revolution is the
HU  liealion   of  the   results  of
nil .��� work whieh x. A. Moros-
":i" "i   he Nihilists who participate
1     Ittempl   againsl   the life    of
Zander ii and who was released lasi
"''er   rrom   the dungeons   ot the
''iliisselburg fortress carried on dur-
. ars confinement there.
. who is rated as the man
111 '   the greatest talenl In the
1 revolution conducted his work 1111-
ll1" greatesl  difficulties being al-
,   "  '   ";   'iiTt     no   books  excepl     the
'' nr"! having to obtain writing ma-
1    n;      '.''Hli or eoniiivnn, f lhe
j;"'"'1^ Uter be was allowed to   n
; ' ''   "��� "ill   lbe   use  of  oil,,',    books
nil Of bis diligence was an
. " ' ��� ��� ompendlum ���f knowledge
" wli 1 published will run almosl
score of volumes, li covers ��� wide
:r'  ol subjects, 1 hu mom  valuable)
portion being that devoted to chemistry, the science in which Morozofl was
a devoted expert before being in,mured
In the fortress.
He elaborated n theory of the oon-
Btltlltlon Of mailer on which he worked   tor   1s J "ars and  in  the course    of
his  Investigation   predicted   ths  exis-
l.nce of several  elements which  were
actually discovered ami Isolated during his confinement in prison. His
achievements In the domain ,,r natural
8, bn, e has been rated as of high value by several  physicians.
Nol t..o least Interesting feature ���f
his work is his theory regarding   tho
111 ling   of    the   apocalypse   of    Bt.
John, He read ths bible again and
again during ibo long years of his confinement studying especially Ihe book
of nwebllloiiM which be decided had
an   Inner  usl run, Mule  reiison.   Ile  lib',,
tilled the ���ni���,,,in named by St, John
win, various oonitellatloni ������,i battle
io the conclusion thai the rotir ),,���'����'��
mentioned reprMMtetl   four   planets,
the red mars, the while Jupiter, tho
pale Saturn, and the dark mercury. The
animals silling >��, the horses be
thought Indicated a certain aspect ,,r
thc zodiac which prevailed al the time
Of the writing of the book and when
Anally after years hu was able ,,, obtain a set of astronomical tables he
calculated  thai   the vision on  which
lhe   book   Is   based     musi   have   been
seen on September 80 of the year 86
a. ir Considering thai it must have
1 n written by a man of deep erudition he ascribed Us authorship tO .lohn
,,i the Hidden Voice whom he declared   was  the  "���1>   man   will,  BUfflotent
iniution among the Christians ol that
time to have written It
Moroioff'e chief i���ieresi i��� Following
oui ihis fantastic theory was to e,m-
ful lain theological ,logn,���H hoping by proving ��� lal'' authorship of Ol<��
apocalypse i��� bring the dales of booV*
oi early Christian theology down lo no
late a period M to destroy their authority.
.New York, Maj 8.���The Herald today printB lhe following from its cor-
lesponde,,, al l'oinie a IM,ic C.uada-
loupe. French Wesl Indies, under dale
ol  Monday:
The mob is In full control of Ibis
city, lhe police having joined In the
destruction of private buildings.
Rioting began ai 1 o'clock lu ihe afternoon yesterday,   election day.   one
candidal., was a,lacked while In his
bouse sin rounded by his family and
friends. They defended themselves des
perately, Two persons were killed and
many wounded, among whom were    a
nreman ami ��� policeman, both aotlng
wilh lhe mob. The mayor of the city
had furnished arms to Ihe police anil
firemen  which  Ihey  used  wildly.
Despite Ihe presence of marines,
landed from the cruiser Troude, houses
w.re lacked and the furniture completely destroyed. Stones were thrown
at the marines, who stood motionless,
witnessing the destruction. The chief
Justice and other authorities were present bnt made no effort to restore or
der. The Situation can thus be Imagined.
Two parlies oppose each Other here,
the Liberals and ihe Socialists. The
killer are controlled hy the mayor. M.
Leglliinus, who is winning on
their ticket for deputy, They declare
lhal all persons who are not Socialists
must ne destroyed with their properly.
Many who w.re attacked iii Hie streets
were obliged to kneel down and cry:
"Vive La Soolale," or run lhe risk of
being beaten to death.
The authorities civil  and  military,
are protecl Ing lhe Socialists. White
families have lost all hope and are
sending their valuables ,0 various consulates that are protected by troops,
all the consuls having demanded protection from the governor.
Mexico ('Hy, Mi
cal branch of tin
opi a-1   for
ag, r Stewart having arrived f,,��� 1 C in
-���   in 'i."  1-
;"';l' lng 'ei" ami II      '   '
it is Intimated Hint the Canadl n In- eXtradltlon   from tl'1'    Halted Kiaies
vestment  here is now clot,   to flftj   win be asked foi.
million dollars.      , The (iliosl lias be - ,1 confiscated and
The in,pons for the llrsi hall'of ihe  prohibited    trom publishing    pictures
current Bsoal year amounl in rtandard taken by an American  photographer
Mexican currency to ��86,788,-U B-OW- showing the life led in prison by Mile,
lng  a   net   decrease of  $l,7l���'i,7r.1   over Spiridonove,   wlin   killed   I'ollce   Chief
the corresponding  period  or the  pro- Lushenoffsky    at  Tainbiiff.    She was
vious year,   Exports for the same time sentenced :.> be banged '��t h>r sen-
ainoimled  In $131,864,607, showing    a an,.  ��.1-commuted to twennly years'
net Increase of $37,0B5,S8< or nearly 40 imprisonment after she hud been most
per ceni. There was a heavy Increase
In  gold   and   silver  and   vegetable    exports.
bin:.!.,  treated  by  Cossack officer-,
on.   ef Whom was ass.i-:  u.'lcl tor m>
doing.
Strikers Stand Firm.
Chicago,  Ills., May 8.���-The striking
StruOtUrSl   Iron   workers al   a   mooting
last night called ,0 consider the arbitration proposal of tho oontrac'.orl
voted to stand firm for their full demands.
GREAT LOSS OF LIFE
Washington, IXC, May &-The state.^apartment today received the following cablegram from
the U. S. Consul at H.ui Kow, China :
"Immense flood in Annan proving ^Great loss
of life and property.   All foreigners safe. THE DALLY NEWS
TUES.; .. May 8  -p-
HOL_ ROLLER AiyTLE
SHOT DE ID IN SEATTLE
George     Mitch.1,   of   Portland,     Ore.,
Avenges D   /vnfall  of His
Two Sisters.
Seattle, May 7.- Vanz Edmund Creffleld, who   called himself   "Joshua,"
leader of the notorious Holy Holler
fair,He- ihat created so much excite
in. iv at Corvallis and other Oregon
towns three years ago, was shot and
Instantly killed on First Avenue,
near Cherry Btreet, at 7:10 lhis morning by George Mitchell, a Portland'
young    man, who accuses Creffleld of
Influencing and ruining two of his sis-'
I
ters.
The murderer made no effort to escape a��0 cooly submitted to arrest by
Patrolman be Count and Deputy Sheriff Mam Huth. Soon after being placed
in jail young Mitchell sent Ihis remar-
1 able telegram to 0, V. Hurl, father of
Creflield's wife al  Corvallis.
"I've got my man. I'm in jail here.
"GEORGE."
The snooting occurred on the Bide-
walk directly in front ot the Quick
Drug Company's store, and was witnessed by Creffleld'a wife and a few
other persons who were passing along
First Avenue at the time. Mrs. Creffleld had hold of her husband's arm
when he was shot. The Holy Roller
leader dropped to the pavement with
ii  bullet   hole  clear  through  his head.
. aden ball  penetrating the
and causing Instant death.
Death Instantaneous.
Patrolman Le Count, and Deputy
Sheriff Huth carried Creffleld Into the
drug Store. Dr. Hories was called.
but Creffleld breathed his last, even
before he had I n carried Into the
store.
Mrs. Creffleld dropped on her knees
beside the corpse of her husband. She
pressed her lips to his as she threw
one arm around his neck, lu that position she remained for five minutes,
iei: her we. ping nor making any ,nil-
cry of any sort. Finally she relaxed
her hold, and .looking up into the!
lace.-, of Hi,is- who had gathered'
around,   -aid:
"Ha can'- die. lie can never die.
lie i,id no harm to George Mitchell."
"But he Is alreadj dead." calmly replied Dr. Bories. The woman was ihen
led away to police headquarters, and
Creffleld's body was lake,, by Deputy
Coroner Arnold to the Bonney-Watson
Company's morgue.
Young  Murderer Talks.
At the city jail Mitchell readily an-
Bwen d  all  questions  pul   to  him  bj
Acting Chief Willard and Capt. Sullivan, lb- Bald be came to Seattle
from Portland las, Wednesday. He
had learned thai Creffleld and bis wife
were living in this city, llis two sis-
ters, Mrs. Burgess Starr and Mis.- Esther Mitchell hav.- been missing fori
some time, and he concluded thai I
Creffleld had Influenced them to follow him to this city, II was on the
mission of looking for his sisters thai
Mitchell came to Seattle,
Mitchell was on the streel early thi!
morning.   He  was   w  Iking  up  Firs
Avon,,., near Ch.ii> Street, when he
saw Creffleld and his wife going down
the street Mitchell stepped close to
the Quick Drug Company building to
allow the Crefflelds to pass, .lus, as
ihey were opposite and a little ahead
of him Mitchell pulled a 32-callbre revolver and fired as Creffleld. The bullet struck the Holy Roller in Ihe back
of the h'ail passed clear through the
brain and out of the head just above
the right eye, tearing a hole an Inch
wide. The crushed bullet was picked
up on the sidewalk by a by-stander.
Aim  Was Deliberate.
Creffleld did nol utter a word. Ii is
not known whe,her he saw Mitchell,
and if he saw him whe,her he would
have recognized him. Mrs. Creffleld
says she saw Mitchell an instant before he fired, but at the time she saw
no revolver. She heard the report of
Ihe weapon and her husband dropped
al   her  feet.
For the lasi week lhe Crefflelds had
been living in an attic room al 111''.
Fifth Avenue. Two chairs, a small
table and a earn;, col was all the fur-
ni'ure they had. Their clothing consisted of whai lhe.,' had on their backs.
A tattered waist and skin with equally
as bad -hoes, were all that protected
Hi.-  woman from Hie cold.
s e and her husband had arisen
earlier than usual Lhis morning for
Creffleld had promised to buy her a
new .-kin and the;, wanted to reach
on.,   of   the   down-town   Mores   bi
nornlng rush.    Mrs. Cn ffiel 1 says
th :��� neither she nor her husband knew
thai Mitchell was in the city. Mrs.
Creffleld knew Mitchell well, bul de
cleres that she doe.- nol believe that
Creffleld knew him. Mho sail that
-he had heard ln Corvallis ,!,:,, Mitchell was looking for her busban I.
Got Deserved Revenge.
"I killed Creffleld," sal.l young -Mitchell, who gave llis age as 23 years and
really looks younger, "because 1 believed it was right for me to do so.
I have not ihe least regrets and am
prepared to take ihe consequncs whatever ihey may he.
"Creffleld Influenced my slsted, Mrs.
Starr and Esther, until they joined
his Holy Roller crow.! at Corvallis. He
had them under his spell an '. I could
do nothing with ihem. I begged them
to ,|���il the shameful life being led by
ihe Rollers, but they would nol heed
me. But that was nol all. This brute
Ol a man who declared lie was appointed Joshua by God, ruined both these
girls. I swore that I would be avenged and my time cam.  ibis morning.
"1 am, of course, sorrj thai I have
been called upon to take any man's
life, hut there is ���.. one among you
w !io can appreciate mj f, ellngs. No
bro,her could love his slst, ra any
more  than   I.    To  1: ive  n   man   of the
snipe of Crefflel I take them away
from me and ruin tin ir lives under Hi"
guise of a i'i. nzh : :lon, was to
much to bear. The more I thoughl of
i ihe more angry 1 gol and I re loll I
ai  tin- I'm- to Cref
Held  and  secure  nr- It was
willed ilia; I met hlm today and Creffleld .suffered the en 1 thai le- n i D
tltl    1   10."
NEW IDEAS ADOPTED
BY PRESBYTERIANS
New  Prayer    Book  Is  Issued  by    the
General       Assembly       in
New York.
Xew York. May 7. lhe book of
, ,, , worship has jusl been published wdih ihe authority of Hie Presbyterian general assembly,. For three
.....ns a special committee on forme and
services of the general assembly, headed by lhe Rev, Dr. Henry Valid, 1..'.
has been working on lhis new prayer
book. The approval of the general
assembly to the Innovation was no,
secured wlthoul a snuggle, as many
Presbyterians objected to any "form"
in   lhe  church.
ii is expected by Presbyterian leaders thai some churches will retrain
Iron, using the new book, but in Ihe
Easl and In lhe large cities of the
country generally ii is expected to be
largely adopted. In many particulars
lhe   book     of  common     worship     has
polnta of similarity io the Episcopal
look of common prayer.
Tlie marriage ceremony in Hi.- new
' ook omits Hi" word "obey" to which
���o many have objected, and il also
omits lhe reference to "WOrldlj goods"
will, which the man and the woman in
some marriage forms "endowed" each
other.
li  is noied thai  although Hi" book
pi nni.-d long before lhe San Fran-
ci ico c dimity, one of the prayers lt
c ml tins  i.-  .-[.ecially    appllcabl.
thai disaster, and Bhows bow careful-
Ij  the book has I u planned to i ,1
unusual    i -ireuni sialics.    The    prayer
",ads:
"Almighty Hod. Who an an ever
presenl help in time of trouble, let
nol the bean of Thy people fail when
bar comes, but do Thou su.slain and
comfort ihen, until the calamities be
over-passed, and since Thou kmowesl
lb,' cause and reason why Ibis grievous disaster of earthquake and flre
hath (alien upon men. B0 do Thou heal
the hurl and wound, console the be
reaved and afflicted, protect the innocent and helpless and d, liver any who
are silll in peril, for Thy greal mercy's
sake.    Amen."
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Canadian Control.
Victoria, May 7.���The Canadian
govern,,,,',,, look over the defences al
Esqulmall this afternoon. Ot the Imperial troops only forty look service
will, the Canadian governmenl. and
the  remainder  will  have  for   England
on Friday.
SHOOTING AT SUMAS.
A.  W.  Mimms  Wounds  Wef  Botckimj
During a  Quarrel.
Belllngham  Maj  7.    \.  \v. Minims.
an old reside,,! of Whatcom County,
is in jail here, charged with an ai
tempt to kill Wef Hoicking. Both
, al Sumas, The quarrel whieh
ilted in the boo ��� tarted over
the ownership of land claims. Hoicking v. : ', o ie sho, pass
ing iii- > ,m the wii ii
to the elbow.   T I, '     flattened
and look a dowu.
in the Lack ,,f hi   ���
Hoicking was tak.
Where    be    lies   i���    ,    ,.
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sho, i��� self-defence,   ,
place ln the U.S
was witnessed by a numbei
of thai town.
Insurance   Enquiry,
Toronto,     Mav     7     Tho
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"session her i " edm idaj
in   Mon,real   ,,���   Tue   la
Mr.   llolnian   Evans,  pn
National   Agency  company, ,
first   witness   called   today.    The
lation  Of his company  with the North
American  Life    was examln,
.Nothing ���f Importance was adduced
Death of Mrs. George Brown.
Toronto, May 7.   Nev,
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No. 1 Buy.
85 acres of good Delta land, 20 acres in crop, 20 in
pasture.      Good    house  and outbuilding's.
Fine water.     Half mile from railroad,
school, church, postoffice and store.
Price, $3000.
No. 2 Buy.
453 acres, 250 acres prairie, 203 acres upland,
50 acres of which is under cultivation. Barn,
room for 100 head of cattle and 14 head of horses.
Ten roomed house, large oarchard and a quantity of small fruits. Excellent water. Wharf
on property.
Price $16,000, $7,000 Cash, Balance 5 Per Cent.
No. 3 Buy.
80 acres on the proposed Port Moody tram line.
Lying on both sides of the road.    30 acres
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TUESDAY.  MAY 8,   1906.
MUCK RAKERS  AT   OTTAWA.
There is a class uf newspaper thai
lilies nothing better than to wield the
mnck-nake. There is also a class of
politicians which lives upon tha same
elevating excitement, or the muck-
rakers al Ottawa the Vieloria Times
remarks that they evidently believe
they are accomplishing effective work
tor their parly. Their principal source
ot weakness Is to be found in ihe fact
thai they have lamentably tailed to establish a single one of their charges.
Bul the organs of the Tory party assume thai all the charges have been
established, and that is the objeel
aimed at.
'l'lie latest allegation is thai a company, of which lhe minister ���f railways is president, has been selling
crude oil to the Intercolonial railway
a'. Ihe enormous and unexampled profit
ol' a cent a gallon. The facts of the
case were brought out before the public accounts committee at. Ottawa;
but it is not the (acts the muck-rakers
Viaut. to get at; what they desire is to
get the charges before the public ami
to suppress tbe facts. At the meeting
in question Mr. (I. W. Summer, M. 1'.
1'., a member of the New Brunswick
legislature an.l manager of tin; com
pany , testified Ihat he had taken
Charge of (be company in 1904, when
Mr. Kninierson, who hud been president, sent in his resignation <>��� becoming minister of railways. Since then
Mr.   Kim,,.,, ei   had   taken   no  active
pan whatever in the m in >
the companj and, like other me . ��� -
ol the company, had never yel made a
dollar of profit out of the company, In
tact, had put a 1"' of money in wlthoul anj return. "You support the con
siTvativ, parly, don'! ynu'.''' asked Mr.
Macdonald, of PIctou. "S illdly," Mr.
Bummer replied.
NOT   THE   OPHIR   OK   THE   BIBLE.
Dr. Randall Maclver has blown up
King Solomon's mines and left another
of ������, cherished illusions a shapeless
heap of ruins, The London Times thus
ileseiii. a the effect produced by bis
work on mediaeval Rhodesia, published a lew weeks ago: Antiquarian;
mares' aesls have been all too man, ;
but perhaps none has assumed such
portentlous dimensions as ihai found'
among  the   Rhodeslan  ruins.    These
tu. ures, describe,l on hearsay by
������,,'��� than one Portugese chronicler
ol - I.ner middle ages, were nol
Been by European eves till about forty
years ago, when .Munch visited the
Makalanga; and no greal account was
taken of them before the British annexation ol the territory north ,,f the
Limpopo, Then, all al once, we began
to hear of gold workings which no
Kaffir could make, of mighty wall -
which no Kaffir could build, and of
sources of Solmon's wealth discovered in South Africa. The late Mr.
Theodore Ben' was senl oul to Rho
desla In 1891. li was an unfoi
choice, Mr. l'.eiit was an Intrepid explorer, ,,f greai resorces, who was always accompanied by a wife not in-
f, : lor to him in those qualities; bul
he had bad no archaeloglcal training
in youth, and, iln,���gh he had travlled
among classical monuments, had nol
made iheir b<udj his business, and had
la,-gel,' lefl the publication of ihem
to others; nor had lie ever done a
piece of scientific excavation. lie
wi nt, li" saw, Ii" dug; and, predisposed i" accept the "Solomon" theory, and encouraged to lean toward
the side of the marvellous, he cam"
buck to reporl the niins of fabulous
antiquity and monumental grandeur;
hi broughl home certain carved and
other objects aa pieces de conviction;
h.' round evldi nee. nol only of stupendous gold workings, but of a nature-
worship,    with    phallic  and    stellar
ritual; and he concluded thai the
builders of the greal Zimbabwe weri
Sabaean Arabians, who might well
hav. been subjects of the Sheban
queen. A f.w archaeologists and ethnologists protested. They saw no
positive evidence of either high civilization or high antiquity. The Rhodesian architecture seemed lo ihem a
stone-piling, and the carvings, mostlj
in the softest of stones, nol betteT
than the work of many existing races
low   down   in   the  scale  of  humanity
tbov,   a .  thej   Bav,   no evidence ot
earlj    Arabs   aot a  letter   of their
scrip!, no,  a trace of their fabrics.
'lhv Times tells how at last Maclver,
trained In Professor Petrle's Bchool of
resarch, wenl oul to examine tbe ruins
in 1905. He cut stones and drove
trenches and made It clear that th,
grea, walls are thus., of royal kraals
built around kopjes ,o protecl huts
wit hin. They are never true ellipses
any more than of any other true form,
bul were probably Intended to be
roughly circular, so far as the nature
Of ihc ground would allow. Their
present shape, their imperfect joinls.
iheir slight variations in style, arej
the result only of local lack of skill j
and precision. The whole of the ruins
without exception is of native construe lon, and not older than mediaeval. . These main points Mr. Maclver
s.nib  ,,,  us  to have  made absolutely
sure.
tesnry lh a ofimagc suit arising out ���r
lb.- death ot a man at the bands of a
bull,' so to speak.
" 'Are we to understand, sir,' asked
the prosecuting attorney, 'that the deceased, Patrick l'lannigiin. wus your
father?'
" 'He wns till the bull killed him,'
was the reply of the wary witness."
Postponed.
A bashful young couple who were evidently very much In love entered n
crowded street car in Boston the other
dny. "Do you suppose we can squeeze
in here?" be asked, looking doubtfully
ut her blushing face.
"Don't you think, dear, we hnd better wait until we ge, home?" was the
ow, embarrassed n  ,ly.- Life.
Blenntn. the River.
In the little Balkan state- ,,f Rou
mania it has been tbe custom trom
time Immemorial for towns by the
river Danube to keep Ihe Christina*
foast by a peculiar ceremony called
"blessing tl,,- river." This Used to lit
carried "ill on a scaffolding erected ou
the frozen river, but owing to an accident, when Ihe lee broke, and hundreds uf people were drowned, il is
now held upon the bank. 'Pie people
wear turbans of colored paper and ear
ry long, white wands, Bome are dressed to represent Biblical characters
The service, conducted by priests, lints
about half an hour, and then lhe ice is
broken and a -mall wooden cross
thrown   iniu   lhe   water.    Then   people
rush into ihe i'-y river after tins emblem, and the person win. Becnres it is
Bupposed  I" be assured of greal  _ i ..I
luck for lhe e.lining year.
GroivinK   Water  Lilies  From  Serd.
Many of the choicest water lilies,
even the magniflcenl Victoria regia,
may be grown trom seed. For many
years the seed of lhis lily, when
brought to tills cOUUtry, fall.il to ger
minute.
it was Anally found that by bottlUm
the seeds In the water of the river m
which tbey grew they could be transported safely rrom the waters of tiie
Amazon to tlie far west. Here lhe illy
ls usually grown with Lull.,,,, heal, lis
ll is very lender. Seeds atnrted in pots
iu a temperature of I i degrees wlll ger.
minute In ubout two weeks and may be
planted out in tl pen air when the
nights have become warm usually
about lhe 1 -1 ...' June and w i'i bloom
the same summer, bm cnunot be carried through the winter, but musi be
Btarto I afresh each season, either by
the purchase of plants or the sowlug of
seed, the latter being, of course, much
more economical, us seeds may be purchased for a few na kels apiece, the
plants costing as i.. my dollars.���Ame'
lean Homes and Gardens,
Tin-  Pall nf  11,'*  Hennins.
The bennlns or headdresses worn by
Indies of the fifteenth century were |-
shape of horns and so lung that a woman's face appeared to be in the center of tier figure. The clergy condemn
e.l them uml threatened the wearers
with perdition, but for all tint they
were worn higher than ever. At last
n strolling evangelist at Paris proi I
absolution to all who would destroy
the hennins. nnd the mob went to work
and wrecked the headdresses when-;
eve,- tbey appeared in public. The hennins were trampled under foot and
their wearers insulted all over Paris.
Scores of lives were lost ill the efforts
of the cavaliers to defend the hennins
from the rabble, but iu vain, and the
enormous headdresses disappeared,
some other feminine absurdity taking
their place.
Cse For oi.l Mim>*.
Janitors collect the shoes cast awny
by tenants and Bend them to an I
rooms, where tbey are sorted int.. piles
marked "Men," "Women," "Children."
Several poor people made fair bids
but the auctioneer did not seem ans
lOUS M sell, finally a man pushed hi
way through the crowd and offered U
cents apiece for tho whole lot. llis bi.
was successful.
"I was killing li' ie with talk wailin-
for that fellow," said tbe aucti
afterward. "He always pays high foi
these sh .es. and he does uot want ihen
for wearing, either, lie wants to beat
Ihem out for the leather in them. Hi
gets what material there is, puis ll
through a process and makes stampe
Imitation leather novelties, such as pic
ture frames, bag:, pocketbooks, pen
knife hoi,lers an.l ev, u chair back- mn
seats. He finds a ready sale for thes,
novelties nnd gets a good price to)
ihen,."���Shoe Retailer.
A Precise Ajuwer.
"Lawyers are supposed to be the!
most literal minded men," said an eminent member of the bar, "but every
now and then counsel in course of practice will encounter witnesses who can
give them points in tin- matter of literal;
answers.    An  Irishman was called toi
A Remarkable nrldite.
Among the many odd nooks and corner-, nu.l crannies of iho auld Kmerald
Isle is Carrlck-a-vede, on the Great
Northern railroad ef Ireland, lt is an
isi.lined rock, separated from the main
land by a chasm Blxty f.et wide am
more mnn eigtrry te, t deep, ano ll IS
at ibis place that lhe salmon are Inter-
pep,od In their retreat lo the rivers A
rude bridge of ropes is thrown across,
whi h remains during the a thing sea-
,. iu, and ihis bridge, which Is protci ted
bj n single rope rail, swings about lu
the most uncouifoftuhle manner, i
rendering it a dangerous teal In st, I j
weather save , . thc natives, who ,
i, wiili the utmost indifference,    i be
name is derived from "' 'nrrig n-raui
badh" (the rock lu tbe road) ou ace, .:;,,
of the Intercepting of the salmon. Neat
by ..u the wesi side of the Island Is a
cavern In which have bee,, found the
boues of horse, ox, deer, sheep, g >at,
badger, otter, water rat ami of sera.
kinds of birds.
MATELr-Sb  KlUtUINS.
C'urloua Provl-ion of Nature to End
Their Solitude.
"Pigeons are monogamous," said u
raiser of those birds for market, "nml
Ihe female lays but two eggs, tine ol
these is always the egg from which a
male Is batched, and the other lueloses
the future female. If by any accident
a cock pigeon loses Its mate or a ben
pigeon becomes widowed the sympa
thles of tbe entire cut go out to tin
afflicted brother or sister. If lt Should
so happen that a cock should Uise hli
mate nnd a hen hers, so that tbey an
both mateless at the same time, the af
dieted pair soon forget their grief In n
ne.v life partnership, and all Is serene.
"But If there Is n widower in the cot
and no convenient widow for hlm tc
take ,���> mate, or If there Is a widow foi
whom no widower plge..,, is on hand
something must be done to 1111 tbe vacancy. I'pon the first lieu pigeon tc
nest after the vacancy occurs falls lb.
Important duty. If she hasn't hatched
ber eggs yel she promptly dumps one
..f the two out of the nest. She never
makes a mistake in evicting the right
one. If n widow Is to be provided for
the hen throws out the egg containing
ber future daughter; if a widower Is
pining for a mule she disposes of the
son egg. If she has hatched her egj
when a demand Is made for her sacrl-
lire she ceases feeding the youngster
who will be superfluous and starves It
to death. Tigeons grow fast, and
si|i,.lbhood over, the lone product of
thnt nest becomes mate to the bereaved
member of the flock."
one 141
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Healers  ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents 11. 0. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc,
Local agents Vancouver Ho rtland Cement ,'.,.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
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The word "Ironmonger" has as curl
ous an origin as any ither word ln the
English language. It means literally
au eater of iron and came to its pros, ,,l
use in this way. There was once a law
that forbade buying llsh to sell again,
and the flsh hawkers, who still carried
on their trade in spite of this law. were
facetiously termed flsh eaters or lisi,
mongers, fur, to evade the law. thei
large purchases of llsh were said to b,
for their own consumption. Gradually
tb.. i..nn ,:i mger was applied t" othei
trades, as cheesemonger, until at last
it came to mean any middle man. as
distinguished from a manufacturer, and
so was applied to the de.iler in hard
ware.���London Graphic.
Beoinning February 15, '06
Through
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We are about to commence one of the Greatest Booming and Boosting Series Ever Attempted
by a Newspaper in British Columbia.
We have secured about 50 Photo Engravings of the various industries and scenic effects that
we propose publishing and scattering broadcast.
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:BECAUSE IT.
Snaps,       Saves Time,       Saves his hose.        Saves his temper.
Saves his wife's temper. Also his wife's lingers and skirls.
It's easily attached to old couplings an.l hose,
I.s warranted to make a light joint at all times,
Swivels;       Will not leak,       Will not wear out,
Cannot loose the washer,        Will not let the hose twist or kink,
Can have worn washers quickly replaced,
Will not wet lum when uncoupling with water Bowing,
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Hardware  and  Tinsmithing.
50c
TUESDAY
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WEDNESDAY
Goff will demonstrate
McLaren s   Jellies, etc., etc.
We will be pleased   to nave you call.
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       ...
ADAMS & DEANS.
Ized on Sunday, manj iking
advantage ol' ihe specla ��� - '-. enjoy
a  day   in   'In-   popular .:'  the
Terminal City.
IV O'Blrell lefl on tie b. bei toi iho
Industrial cannery ihi- afternoon after spending a tew da.    In town.
Mrs.  Innls Adams  wlll  i.e ai  home
to her friends al Hie residence of Mrs.
George  Adams,    corner    of    Twelfth
treel  and Eighth avenue, on Thursday from :: to 6 p. m.
It K. -Morris of Montreal, ll,.-    well
known  pianist  arrived  in  the  city  to-
T. S. Munroe was one of the Rlthet'a day  by  the  Imperial  Limited, and  Is
passengers  to the  B. A.  cannery  this  the Euest of his uncle 11. II. McOowan
Phone 138 for lee Cream. *
i-i. il. ,'!>��� earner
Rlthet ihis aft, :no n    i   Ladner.
.1. Dennlson was ..ne ol the Ra-
mona's passengers to Mounl Lehman
.his morning.
Ice Cream the purest at the West-
mlnster Creamery. *
.1. Charnley left on ihe steamer Hani.ma tor Barnston island this morning   With   Iii,een   head   ol'   beef   cattle.
A new discharge pipe has just been
turned oul for lhe King Edward by
the Vulcan Holler works.
FULL STOCK
Hammocks, Croquet Sets
Tennis Balls and Racquets,
Lacrosse Sticks and Balls,
Base  Balls,  Mits,  Gloves, Masks,
Bats. Cricket Bats, Etc.
J. J. MACKAY,!
Booksellers,
rs.   News
Station-
Dealers.
afternoon.
The C. P. H.'s through train, the Imperial Limited, arrived on time this
morning,
The purest of Ice cream at tha Star
Candy Factory nexl to DeGrey's barber
shop. ���
P. ii. Brow ii. who wa - ,'.i a number
"i years connected with T, T. Trapp
.v.- co.'s business lus accepted a position with Messr.,. .Mclnnes ti Kerr.
<;. ll. Munn lefl on the G-. X. it. local train for Porl Kells, Mr. Munn has
i" mi a resld, nl ot the Royal City for
the pasl six months,
s. M, re : lefl today for Belllngham
where he will be engaged ln the service of the company of the Great
n Railway company.
W. Fisher lefl on the itamona this
morning for Chllllwack. Mr. Fisher
has been visiting his parents in the
Royal City tor a tew daj s.
Leave your orders for ice Cream a
the Creamery. ��
PLACE YOUR ORDERS IN TOWN
S. J. DAVISON
ESTABLISHED 1895
Manufacturer
of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   - B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
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show that we are masters, thorough in every
detail   of work,  workmanship and material.
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House Cleaning Time
the greatest range of
(jive you better sutis-
Kor instance, a good body
and laid for one dollar a yard up.
Old carpet's iaken up, cleaned ami relayed for ten cents a yard. We
have the largest stock ami lbe finest show rooms and the finest, prices.
Come and see us. ll will pay you to see our stock before placing your
order elsewhere.
V Ami you may possibly need a carpet. We have
!���] Ihem'and can guarantee to save you money and
,ti faction than you can get in any Other
V Brussels, paper for underneath, sew,
W. E.
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ol Third  avenue.
Work of loading the Vallore at the
Fras r River Mills Is being pushed
along as rapidly as possible, About a
third of the full cargo has now been
stowed In the hold.
The American Dentl -��� a ., ho opens i
up parlors here during the past winter
closed   up   their  bustnes    this   week
and shipped iheir tun
-. ... ���    V mi ouv,  .
The demand for building brick la
more than the local brick yards can
supply, Th.. steamer fly. r ts away now
,., Victoria for a cargo of brick and
lime to meet the demand.
Th.- B. ('. Electric line men have
jusl completed the new two power cli
cull line, which runs up Blackv, ,od
street, back of the business portion
of the city. The company also hnve a
large number of men employed repairing the motor circuit of the city.
On Thursday evening next at S
o'clock there will be a meeting of all
who are interested in the English National game of cricket. The old Rose
of Columbia club has apparently died
a naiural death and a aew organiza
The C. X. Ii. car terry Sidney arriv- lion will take place.
1 In  the city  las'  evening from the
T.   Klngsimo    lefl   on   '!..���    steamer
Rithel     yesterday   tor   Canoe     Pass,
where In- will be employed by one of
the  canneries   in   thai   vicinity.
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t See us before you let your work. ���
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Joseph Reichenbach rec, ived a large
bunch of stall fed cattle from the
Delta counl ry today. The animals
were in prime condition and canie
from Messrs, Oliver. Ashbury, and
Everett's ranches. They will l,.- killed
for home consumption.
The steamer Clive went to Vancouver today, and will take a derrick scow
from that place to the scene of the Selkirk disaster.    The lately submerged
in..i' has been haurc.l out to the side
0'' ih.- gulf and the derrick will 1..- utilized io raise lhe sn ions of mat which
is still  in  th.   vess. Ps hold.
William M. Fisher, son of Water
Commissioner ('. C. Fisher, returned
home on Sunday after .spending about
eighteen months with friends in England. Mr. Fisher slates that he tried
to secure passage home on oue of
the Canadian lines, but was unable
to do so as all berths were booked for
the next four months. The flood of
Immigration to the west is simply enormous and the Canadian lines are
Walk,,- and A. Ferguson went lo Na-1 absolutely unable to handle it. Any
naiino today where Ihey will ac, as wh() (]eslre l0 m;,Ue a qu,ck journey
delegates trom New Westminster at home .���.,. oompene_ t0 patronize the
tbe annua] grand lodge meeUng of the American lines and make ihe trip via
Knights of Pythias of British Colum- New York. Mr. Fisher returned on
bia. The sessions will in all prob- 1)0.inl ,me of ,lu, rjunard line vessels
ability   close  on  Thursday  next. .������,  Bnjoyed ,,  pleasant  voyage home.
The steamer Rithel  arrived In    the He  proposes entering  upon  an  agri-
city  iliis morning    tram down    river cultural   life   In   the   vicinity   of   the
ports   with   the  following  passengers:   Royal City.
M.   Morley,   ('.   Lindsay.   Miss   Manly,
Rev. Faih.r Wagner, A. Gainer, C. Par
port of that mime. A solitary car was
brought, in from Vieloria loaded wiih
merchandise for Kamloops.
Miss Madlewood of ihe Sapperton
public .~eho.il leaching staff was admitted :o lhe Royal Columbian hospital yesterday to be treated for
diphtheria.
A gang of men were a; work .his
morning repairing the .sidewalk on Columbia street. Starling a, the south
end of ,i,.. streel near the Merchants
hotel, they worked along He- whole
length of Columbia, replacing the
worn oui timbers wherever i> was necessary.
A coin].lain' was received al the
police station this morning that a big
black dog hail been l.v ing dead on
Allien street mar S!. Mary's Hospital
for some li.me. Th.- chief promised
the complainant that the nuisance
would be removed by the ciiy scav-
eng, r today.
.1.   Mahoney.   Charles   Eastman,   D.
IN  HIGH  LATITUDES.
W'h-rr   Von   Can   Bead   I.tilt-   itt   Mul,,
Will,,,!,.   Arllllciiil   1.belli.
I have, ou the Liu,fiord, ln Denmark,
latitude 57 degrees, read the newspaper In my bedroom at 10:80 p. m. will,
out tlie aid of a candle. While I read
tho villagers played skittles ln the alley under my window, and beyond tht
hoary chestnut trees of tbe garden,
will, clots of starlings on their bare
top boughs, the sky wns slill crimson
and gold ln the west, with the long,
woolly lines of vapor only just begin
ning to swathe tlie land like a blanket.
(Ju tbe other side of tlie inn tlie tratlir
was as vigorous then as at noonday
Carriers' carts creaked up to tlie door,
and dray loads of squeaking pigs made
other music than the lark's. Double
chaises, with cushions of red or green
velvet and half a dozen happy villager?
to each (the men all with great china
bowled pipes In their mouths), swung
lazily by, raising a dust, and the lowing
of troubled cows and calves came as
much from the rond as from the 1111m
Hnble meadow beyond attached to the
historical old manor house (now n mere
dairy farm,, whose buildings were
ipilte concealed by the tall trees that
girdle them
The Inn damsels, sewing girls, klteh
en maids, the daughters of the house
nnd a friend or two had now set aside
nil the cares ..f the day nnd were roll
lng each other about on the dewy grass
under the chestnut trees like so many
lambkins, and tl e landlady with the
Immeasurable waist, who by day held
all the maids leashed to their respective
tasks with Inflexible yet not unkind se
verity, stood in the doorway, with her
fat beringed lingers in her yielding
sides and disturbed the starlings periodically wiih ber stentorian peals of
laughter at the antics of her depend
ems. Yet nt ," o'clock the next morning, with her own rhadiimanthlnr
band, she will pull the bellrope that
shall waken each lass, nnd by 0 the establishment will be ngnln In a normal
stale of activity. As for tlie worthy
landlord, he Is haymaking until 11
p. ���,., and it will be odd if he ls not up
before his dame wakes every soul ln
tlie house with her call bell.���Cornhill
Magazine.
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Very few persons acquit themselves
nobly in their maiden speech. At a
wedding feast recently the bridsgroom
was called upon, as usual, to respond
to the given toast, in spite of the fact
that be bad previously pleaded to be
excused. Blushing to the roots of ids
hair, he rose to his feet, He Intended
to Imply that he was unprepared foi
speech making, but. unfortunately,
placed his hand upon tbe bride's shoulder nnd looked down at her as he
stammered out his opening mud con
eluding) words:
"This���er���thing has been thrust upon me."���London Tit-Bits.
We have studied every detail j
of the Carpet Business
that is why we continue to grow  and expand.
not only on knowing what but how to buy.    Our ability to secur, th
best at lowest prices enables   us  to  give  you  monev saving ���u._���
Il.re are a few of them:
**% For bedrooms.
Success depends
Be,
money saving chance
bedrooms, halls, etc., we have a line line of Jute Carnets f
25c per yard, 36 in, wide.    Union and wool carpets from 45c Iu._   '"j"1
116 in. wide.    Jute squares, 3xli, for $3.50 up.     Union, Tapestrv   itni
sels. Milton. Axminster, Squares at all prices.   We -
Lace
you money on the goods.
Tapestry.
Curtains from $1.36 ^v_ri     y save
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to  241   Front   Streets, Uupont  Block
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Mere !
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\ Do You Want To
Buy a Neat Home
On Tram Line. Comprising 8 City Lots,
6 Roomed Dwelling, Woodshed and fruit
trees.
Apply $1600 on easy terms.
|   T.R.PEARSON.
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The two eyes really see two objects.
If the two forefingers be held, one at
the distance of one foot, the other two
feet tn frout of the eyes and the former be looked at, two phantoms of the
latter will be observed, one on each
side. If the latter be regarded (wn
phantoms of the nearer finger will be
observed mounting guard, one on each
side.
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Royal City Hsh Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.   P.O.Box 72.
Front Street
Next Daily News. ^ew Westminster, B. C.
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miller. Mrs. I'.n mi: tei', K. Bur ch ell,
from Ladner; C. Patterson, and Miss
Quaggan, from Snnbury.
Rev. A. N. .Miller, of Enderby, B. C,
left on the Rithel for Ladner yesterday afternoon where he will spend a
tew days visiting friends, before he
proceeds to Victoria to attend the
meeting of the Methodist convention
which will be held Ihere this year. Mr.
Miller has he.n a guest of Mrs. Daves
ol  Fifth avenue for the pas,  few days.
For  the lirst  lime this summer the
li. c. Electric Railway company on
Sunday    issued transfers to   English
Hay and Stanley Park In conneciion
With lhe Sunday excursion tickets.
These excursions were largely patron-
Leave for Conference.
The annual Methodlsl conference of
British Columbia will open in Victoria
on Friday morning, and the Rev. Dr.
and -Mrs. Sipprell. the Rev. W. 11. and
Mrs. Barraclough and the Rev. A. .1.
and Mrs. Brace left today to attend
the Women's Missionary Conference
that is being held in connection with
the conference and opens tomorrow.
Rev, Mr. Barraclough will be back
on Sunday and will preach In his own
church in the morning nnd will occupy
the pulpit in the West End Methodist
church in the evening. The Rev. Professor Burwasb will preach in the
Queen's Avenue Methodlsl church In
the evening, ami in the Wesl End
church ill the morning.
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock   In the City.
Mounted    In  any  Style    you  Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,     -     Columbia St.
NINE ACRES on the RJver Road with 880
feet waler front _ 1-2 acres cleared.
First class fruit land. Good water on
property, and Al soil. Small house partly built.    $1600 wilh $1(100 cash.
CENTRAL PARK Six acres, lirst class
land, good house and outbuildings and
close to tram. To a prompt buyer this
can be got at a good figure. Enquire
for price.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate,
Tel. 273.
Fire A Life Insurance
Near Tram Office
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A note given by a minor is void.
Notes   bear   Interest  only   when
stated.
Altering a note in nny manner bj
the holder makes it void.
It Is not legally necessary to say on
a note "for value received."
If a note is lost or stolen it does not
release the maker.   He must pay IL
If the time of payment of a note is
not inserted it is held to be payable or
demand.
Notes falling due Sunday or on a le
gal holiday must be paid on tlie daj
previous.
A note obtained by fraud or from a
person in a state of intoxication can
not be collected.
An Indorser has a right of action
against all whose names were previously ou a note indorsed by Ldm.
An indorser of a note Is exempt fron
liability if not served witli notice of Its
dishonor within twenty-four hours ot
its nonpayment.
Mixed  IreeUnffa,
Tlie little girl who, after a drink of
soda, declared that her nose felt ns If
her foot was asleep has evidently
grown UP and retained ber happy
power of expression, for evidently the
young lady mentioned in Punch is the
same person who drank bubbles when
she was small,
The young woman was traveling in a
coach as nn elderly and somewhat sour
looking man, in trying to open the wiu-
dow. pinched bis linger nail severely.
"<ii,:" exclaimed the lady sympathetically, "How horrid: I always
think anything wrong with one's nails
sels one's teeth on edge all down one's
back!"
FRUIT TREES
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THE    FINEST    VARIETIES   THAT   MONEY   CAN   BUY. ,���,
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes. |
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds |
Ornamental trees and shrubs In great variety, evergreen and gold- !���;
from 2 to 6 feet.   Roses, paeonies,   rho lodemlroas,    privet,    ever- >���,
and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free. K
D. M. Robertson & Sons
p   Tynehead  Nurseries. NEW   WESTMINSTER
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ICE   NOTICE.
We beg to notify our friends and tho public, generally that we
have engaged Mr. D. McFadden, who hns been our Iceuiau for the past
two years, to deliver Ice for us again this season. Unless the weather
is very unfavorable you may expect a call from Win about the first
of the month, when any orders you have ben pleased to place wlta
him you may rest assurred will be promptly carried out.
Trie B.C. Packers Association
PVione 156     New Westminster,B.C.
C. A. Welsh,
The People's Grocer
P,S.���Strawberries, Ripe Tomatoes.'7!_Large 'Navel
Oranges, 35 cents per doz.
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There li a wide difference of opinion
among the learned men of the world as j
to what would be Ihe effect of wholly
removing the atmosphere.    Some think
that  If It were possible to live after- \
ward all the stars, planets, etc., would |
be visible In broad daylight  Others de- ]
clare thnt there would be no day nnd j
that the nun Itself could not bo seen
under such conditions. ^^^
NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS
Wanted���Dry   goods   salesman,   Apply
I), dross,I,an.
| To Let���Six roomed house on Royal
avenue, near Fourth, $10. Apply to
,1. Al. McDonald, 481 Agnes street.
Wanted���Sil mil ion as chambermaid or
for housework.. W. E. Chapman,
llrownvllle, Ciiy  P. O.
FIREMAN  WANTED.
&�����_��3��2l_l_��Z�����_��_e��^
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to the 14th lust., for
the position Of driver at No. 1 Fire
Mall.
J. H. WATSON,
Chief Flre  Department.
City Hall, May 8, 1U0(I.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
Mutual  Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
I44,UOO.0U0.0��
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds ������ ������ uumM)o
Amount ot Assets, legitimate a nd solid, now exceeds......
This is a company of policy-holders, by pol.cy-hoidere. ror pohcy-
hOU10r8' amount of Assurance for the Leas.
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OITR MOTTO:
Possible Outlay,
���rue largest
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
B. C. 'Phone iS.
New Westminster,
>'    *�� THE DAILY NEWS
-'ESDAY,
MAY 8,
190S.
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Goldsmith.   The latter is comparative-  of the  B.  C.  Electric  Co.    Received
PROFESSIONAL
SECRET   SOCIETIES
1 Sporting Mews \
X       and Comment.       i
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Junior Lacrosse Players.
The Junior Reginas will hold a ���.. ��� I
Ing a,  the Queen's Park lhis evening
but  said  to be  very
ly  a newcomer
shifty.
The men fought twenty round-, at
lhe National Sporting Club and White
11:1.- defeated on points. Goldsmith after being given the decision, was received with open arm.- by the sports.
He not only outpointed While, bu, in
every way showed heller form. Al-
for the purpose of considering the la- ready ihere i.s talk of bringing Gold-
ciosso schedule for the coming s.a- Bmith over io this country lor a bout
.-.in. between their team and th.- West with battling Nelson in the event of
End Juniors, who will send ihree del- Nelson winning over Herrera in the
.���gales to the meeting. Sapperton  ee-  coming contest.
ing unable to raise a junior team will \  o- '
not be represented at tonight's meet
ing, or at any of the season's matches.
The manager of the Junior Reginas Is
looking for a large turn pu    of play-
. rs,  as some important  matches
pending.
At the Traps.
The New Westminster Gun Club is
making creditable progress in its
bi-weekly shoots.    Two new members,
J  Chappell and J. j. Mahoney put In
an appearance cm Saturday and made
a   very   satisfactory   showing   in   their
Mines. Th,. besl individual percentages made on Saturday wer.: !���'. P,
Smith, 71; J. A. Mc.Maiiin, 68.88; .1. II.
Vidal, 66; V. Kickbol'f, 66.86.
On Wednesday the Vancouver Gun
club and the .Mount Pleasant Gun
club are coming across to try conclusions with the New Westminster club,
Several of the best shots of lhe
Terminal City have expressed their
in,en,ion of laking part in the friendly shoo,, and son,.- good marksmanship should  be seen as a resull.
Vancouver   Kennel   Show.
Everything is in readiness for the
big kennel show which will open in
Vancouver tomorrow morning. The
Drill Hall has been secured by the
club and everything points to ihe mos'l
successful exhibition ever held in
British Columbia. The following
classes will bc- represented by large
nun,hers of winning animals: English Setters. Pointers, Cockers. Irish
Setters, Fox Terriers, Scotch Terriers.
Collies and Boston, Terriers. .Mrs.
Bradley Dyne, Salurna Island, has entered eight dogs in the fox terriers,
while the McConnel Kennels of Victoria and Austin de II. Winter of Calgary will have a number of EngllsD
setters on exhibition. Mr. Frank E.
Watkins' famous champion hull terriers have been entered and will arrive today from Portland.
All dogs entered must be ready by
lu a. in. on Wednesday, as Major .1.
M. Taylor will commence judging
early  in  the  afternoon.
Crack Shot Coming.
On.- of the crack shois of the continent is coming over here to Shool
wuh iln- Vancouver (inn club ,,��� Wednesday evening. This gentleman navels for ih.- firm of Parker Brothers,
the largest manufacturers of sporting
goods in America, and he is considered
to be one of ihe most skilful marksmen Ihat has ever taken part in a
shoot on lhe Pacific Coast.
Victoria' Man  Is Champion
Seattle, May 6.���C, K. Magill of Victoria won the golf championship ol
ihe Pacific Northwest Saturday afternoon by defeating J. Cillison, ,1., of
Seattle in a Ihirty-six-hole mulch by 5
up and 4 to go. The final match I'm
lhe men's championship was an exciting lime. At lhe end of lhe flrsl
nine holes Cillison, who was playing
w.ll, was :: up, but he wenl olf In his
driving, Th'' enabled Magill lo finish
the eighteen holes with a lead of Iwo
Iii ihe afternoon GUllson played ������-
steadily and Magill Improved. The
latter lengthened his drives considerably,
A, ,!,e end of the third round Magill
led bj live holes. At the twenty-eighth
ball both players drove nicely in the
gi... ii, bin poor putting by Glllla .���
los, him ih.. hole. Magill won the
twentj ninth. Cillison the thli ti nth
anil thlrty-Arsl hole, inn a mi ise l pul
<ui ih.- Lhlrtj -second green ea,. VI
a half and lhe match by ���"' Up and   I 10
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Old Timers Heard From.
earns strange thai ihree former
Of the prize ring and all ai  vari
ous limes champions of    ths    wm ! I.
should break in,,, public notice win,in
a shorl space of liine. First .Iim Jeffries made his re-entry into lhe ring
ai i.os Angeles and attracted much al
tentlon,    Tne,,   Jim   Corbel,   gol    in'"
a   Street   light   wilh   a   man   Who,   h
claimed,  Insulted  his  wife, and  lasi.
bul mil leasi. Tom Sharkey BUCcee I
.'i in making a good showing on th,
wrestling mal againsl (Iripmnn Komi
ey, ill  Chicago.
Ilol, Fitzsiniiuons, the
the hunch, was very
week trying to clinch
some one and finally
���ing to box Kld.Me, ...
a' a b, uei'n performance in New York.
Everybody though! thai Fit- would he
down and oul long before J'un Jeffries
retired  from   the  ring,  bul   here he  is
slill looking tor trouble, while .. tl ;
contenl to remain ,.��� his farm eating
yellow-leg chickens ami  watching Ihe
crops grow.
Jabez White Beaten.
.lahez AVI,lie. lite Englishman, who
surprised the spoils at San Francisco
bj Ills wonderful cleverness In his
match will, Jimmy Ui-i 11 a year ago
this spring, has losi lhe title of chain
plon lightweight  of  England  lo Jack
On lop of all,
oldesl    one   of
much alive al'
a  match  with
wound   up  agio.
SURREY COUNCIL.
Th. Sui :ey council lie' in the Town
Hi.'.!. Surrey Centre, May Bth, the
lie,", .��� and all members being present.
Minutes of previous meeting wen- rend
and confirmed.
,'ieiiiiiiinie.il ions Were received nnd
dealt  wiih as follows: ���
From Hope. Gravely & Co., enclosing a tracing to enable lie council in
Belect the besl Bite for a mad lo I'i.l'l
Kells station.    Received,
From J. A. T. Taylor, J. Quible el al.
a petition for work in I" done ,���, the
Sondell Road near ihe school housi.
Received.
I ��� ti  J.   11.  Cameron  requesting  nn
. irtentl, f iim.   until nexl  meeting
i'it completion  of  Serpentine  Bridge.
Gran:..I.
From J. C. Cavers, secretary of
School Board, stating than an . stlmate
Of $1581.00 had been passed by the
Board us being necessary for school
purposes. Received and mi in,,,',,,,, estimate passed.
Th.- cl. rk was Instructed to write
Win. Davidson that action would be
taken if he in', rfered with the Boundary Line Road;
c. Mm phy -a.i.- emi owi red to expend 'ie appropriations mi th.- ,'. v.
.V McLellan mads by days work and
lo have lhe bridge on the C. V, road
nv. i- ih- Nlcomeckl river repaired.
The following appropriations w, r,
made:
Ward 1. Hlorth mad $150.00, Coast
Meridian mad. $20.00, Clover Valley
road, $50.00, Lattimer road, :i boxes of
powder fuse and caps,
Ward 2, Johnston road, $150.00.
Ward ::. Johnston road, repairs and
gravel, $J>>" " i, lenders In be in a,
���e\, nie.aing. Mud Bay mad, gravel,
?10(i.ui'.
Ward.., Ill' road, grade and gravel
$21111.00: C. M. road, gravel JI on.on
i. ie!. rs  m li.. in  a,  next  meeting.
The full,iwing tenders were accepted
and contracts le':
Wards 1 and -. gravelling Yale road
G. W. Atchison ai -1". cents pei' .'.ard.
Ward J. gravelling Scotl road in J.
E. Murphy ,u ���".:: cents per yard,
Ward 'b gravelling McLellan road,
J. A. Wilson a' :!7 1-2 cents per yai d,
gravelling McBrlde road, Win. McBrlde in IH cents per yard; gravelling
Bi - mm mail, Kndcrliy Bros, at 7".
cents per yard.
Ward l, gravelling ('. M. r ,ad North,
.1. A. Wilson at $1.40 pei- yard; gr - ��� I
ling Milton mail. Armstrong i; M -K.-n-
zie ai 60 cents per yard; gravelling li.
P. road South, to ditto, a' 80 cents per
yeanl; gravelling II. I'. mad North, to
ditto, a' 7'' c.iiis per yard; gravelling
Yale mad Easl of It. I;.. ,1. W. Atchison in $1.40 per yard.
Ward :.. gravelling 11. I', road to A.
.1. Peschke ai 71 cents par yard.
The Surrej Revenue By-law passed
its  lirst  and  second  readings.
'l'lie following accounts w.re passed
ami |.|iei|iies issued:
('. S. Keith, searches, Registrar Offlce,   $1 nn;    A.    I I.    Millilesi.il.   Si .rvlce,
Smith \ - Ander on, $3.00; B, B, Smith,
relief im- Sun  Francisco, $100.00;   Dr.
Herald, a.- sal M. II. <>., $65.00;  W. E.
baking,   blank   ward    I.   $26.05;   T.   J.
Trapp &  Co.,  Ro ei  S, rap, r, ward   :,.
&10.2D;   it.   Wolfenden,  advertisemenl
Couri of I;. . i mn and Election schoo
istees, $7.50; J,  Lockle Brown, cut-
rei   ���> a!.- n.ad ward  I, 7-"i ci
Sen :..j,,-   Machine    Works,    im,, woi .
i  i:p. lh Idge wait ::. $6.50; T, \\,
. work Serpi ntlne  Bridge ward
il. J2S.0O;   \. Can lm      ! I] 1;   \l:      Fran
Leaper, $10.00; J. ('. Ca
, $15 PO; W. M. Loucks, ac [ndeui-
nlly, $25.00; \ J, Peschke, IHI II. I'.
"'"I ward :,, $104, F. Meliiiiis, work
II. I', i.i ..! ward -'.. $;:-',": G, G. Fife,
work Station ro el wnrd I. $10,00;   W.
W Is,   work   T'p   I.ilie   mad   ward    I,
$1    K.   Beaton,  ditto $10,00;   Jus.
Childs,   uml,   Gordon   mid     ward      I.
$1.1,(1;    .1.   Saaehs.   work    lluu    Al Ci il I
mad ward I. $1,50; Arch. Murphy,
planking ll. P. Bridge, wani i. $i I.'.,:,;
���i. w. Wright, corduroy C, V. mad
ward l. $111.00; Thus. Dixon, work Elgin mad ward .",. $2.0,,; Daniel John-
"ii.   fill   M.   II.   mini   ward   :!.   $29.75;
Mrs. w. Roebuck, $10, Alex, Murphy,
ac  Indemnity,  $27..nu.
Council   then     adjourned     to     meet
again ,,,, Saturday, June 2nd a,  ,,,,,���
o'clock p. ni.
 o	
nnd filed.
From A. A. Fall;, re gravelling
River road.    Received and  filed.
On motion the clerk was Instructed to purchase a grave! pil on lhe
highland near River load.
The clerk was Instructed to call for
tenders for ihe cutting and burning of
brush along lhe river road from Mitchell's to the highland. Tenders lo be
in by one o'clock, Saturday, May 5.
The clerk was instructed to notlf]
the Telephone Cm. i.. r, move poles on
the Boundary Bay road.
The following accounts were ordered paid! K. Kirkland, jr., $1; .1.
Holmes, $2:i; B. C. Gazette, $7.50;
Delta Times, $8.50; Mrs. Fenton, $10;
mask rat account, $."i0; School accounts for  March,  $640.00.
Council ihea adjourned till .Saturday, May   111.  al   1   p.  in.
Everything points io a successful
turn out ou the day .-.,���( apart by the
t ,s desire cf King Edward, the
Peacemaker, >,, .ver keep green the
memorj nf his mother's ������,s, glorious
leiT: :,n 1 ' ':������ Empire over which she
sn lung and so nobly held sway. Ladner. a: least. I ��� ie.' mean to be behind other places ihis year in cele-
bratlng the 24th of May and we trust
tha'  il  will  be so I'm,,, year to year.
Committees ha',.- been formed to see
to it thai everyone shall have a good
time, and i, is the Intention to extend
il,.. programme of sports to include
everyone from iim young.-st child nn
,1,.. Delia to ih.. Celestial with lhe
inngesi queue, lhe following committees have b.-en Formed and are working well individually and collectively
to ih.- desired ��� nd of giving all a good
lime:  Tram -to    look    after
waggons m ial... ou; the children:
Sports���to make them tired, nnd refreshments i revive their drooping
-: iii's dm Ing th and bring them
h ime hap;.;-.
Details of a:: angenn nts ��ill apear
in   next   we, v l'l,..  subscrip
tion lists in lb., hands of the children
are for their sports alone and it is
in lie hoped thai parents and others
will assist the committee in making
the day a success.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 415 Granville street. J iseph Martin, K. C, ."���
VV. Weait, W. c. McQuarrle, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wil/1 bo in tin
Westminster odices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY,
ters,
REID &  BOWES.  Barrls-
solicitors,   etc..   42   Lmne
street,   opposite   Court   House,   New
Westminster.    J. II. Bowes, P. O. Box
. 241.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia streel. New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, If. L- Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia streel. opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
GFORGE E. MARTIN.
Solicitor,  Guichon
Barrister and
block, Columbia and McKenzle si reels, New Westminster, B. C.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1_17.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (All   paid np)...SH. ,000
RESERVE  FUND $111,000,000
Rt
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mounl
Royal, G.C.M.G... .Hon  Presldenl
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, president
E.   S.   Clouston,   Viet-  President  and
General  -Mar iger.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in aii the principal cities
In Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and si. John, NDd.,
and correspondents in all pans of the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G.  D.   Brymner,  Manager.
Royal Bank
of Canada
ManufactVring  Jeweler.    Ca?ital *3.000.000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets $Sb,S/S,5lo.
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
Acquired a through  knowledge of the |
business in England with 10  years  ex- i
perience.   Later was 7 years manager |
of the watch  repairing department of
Savage,   Lyman     &    ('.'..     Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss. American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors frnm Ce,.. Adams Grocery
'S DRY DOCK
Foot of -4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Scow   Building
promptly  fur-
Ship and
a specialty.
Estimates
nished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, fi.C
Artistic
Effects
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m.. In
the Masonic Tempi". Sojourning
brethren are cor.Pally Invited in intend. Dr. W. A. DeWelf Smith,
Secretary.
KING  SOLOMON  LODGE. NO. 17.  A.
F A: a. M.���Regular communications of this lodge am held on the
second Tuesday  in each month  In
Masonic Temp!.', at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren am cordially Invited
to attend.    l>. W. GilchrlBt, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 439
r. H. K. of I., meets Becond nnd
fourth Friday "f each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hull, corner of
Royal avenue and .lohn street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially in-
viied lo alt.'inI. W. E, Dunlop, W.
P.;    E.  E.  Malt bias,  Reg.
LOYAL   ORANGE
���Meets   in   Or;,
third  Friday In
m.    Visiting br,
LODGE, NO. 1150
ge hall first and
ach month at s p
br.ui are cordially
Invited  to attend.    E.  K.  Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE. Nc 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hull, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
a, 8 o'clock. Visiting bre,hren cordially invited ,.. attend. S. .1. May,
N. G.;   W. C. Coal ham. Rec.-Sec.
K   0   u. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
���Meetings the firs, ami third Tue
day    tn     each      limn, I,. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to atti
I...ib.:.. room, a. (i. C. w. hall./O id
fellows'  block.  Clarkson  Btreet,  C.
S. Corrigan, recorder;   Louis Will,
master  workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S ���
Ited Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourih Wednesday of oa, h month,
In K. of I'. Hall. Columbl i Si . al
8 p. ;n.. While Ho'-.' Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pros., Et, Dis,,.".', Secretary.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dailv NEW Daily
Leave' WESTMINSTER Arrive
B:20am[Blalne, Belling 3:00 pm
���l;;:; pm ham      Burling-]9:85pm
Iton,   Mb    Ver-I
[non,     Everett.
Seattle       aud
[Portland,
4:36 pm Spokane,        St.
Paul    ami    all
points  Fast.
B.20 am Anaemles,
Woolley,     and
|Rockport,
B:00pm Vancouver !<':20ain
9:35 pm| 1:35 pm
Routo of the ruinous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, si. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg. Duluth. Chicago, St.
LoulS   and   all   points   Easl.
For eon,pie,.' information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
ell nn or addre   .
F. O. GRIFFIN, Agent.
Bank of Commerce Building,
N.-w Westminster, B. C
S. G.  YF.ltKFS. A. C. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Beattle, Wash.
"7  Canadi
B
idian Pacific Railwavr
ritlsh  Columbia Coa-t , yCo'
Service. Lil"
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change mtbout -
^tohu-sl, ,:���,";;, **��
, "',:'"        '        ' ' liulv
Leaves Porl  Town end 12 ,'
Leaves Vic
Arrive Beattle :
Leave Seati Ii
11.III.
Arrive Porl  To
Arrive  Vi, im
VANCOUVER ."  1  ,  ���
S.S. ,'
D
Leave Van,.
Leave Victo, la 1
VICTORIA N  ;,,
STlt. (JHAHKUCK
J;0,,'��� ^"''.oria, 1  :,. ���,._\.
1
���..
;:���.
and  Fridays.
Leaves   New    W,    ,!;,,    ,,r
Wednesdays  1 Sal rdays
(ailing al Mayn, _, a B|_  ,
ucsdayi
b,eve��ton.
mio ,,,)Ur.
maioio aaiiy, -
Sunday, at 7 _i
,
p. ni 11
I   .������;
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal cities of tne world.
General  banking' business transacted.
SAVINGS   DfcPAK I MfclN 1.
11 opens an account.   Iatorest added
inlf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
}pen    Saturday   nights   trom  (J  to 9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F.  B.   Lyle,  Manager.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and  manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No, 4099,  I.O.F.
���Me its th" Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8808,
A.   O.   F.���The  regular  meetings  of
this Lodge are held on ti1" Second
and Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
at S p. ���,. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordial; invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in., in odd fellows'
Hall, Columbia street, Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend. .1. S. Bryson, S. C; .1. McD,
Campbell, Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firs, and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. ol P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; .1. J. Forrester, Kee. See.
BO(\RD OF TRADE.���Xew Westminster  Board of Trade n is in  the
Hoard  Room, City   Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each montb,
Quarte.ly meetings on the Becond
Wednesday of February, May
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected al any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E, While, Sec.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company; |
Double Through fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at
7:25, connects with trains for
Seattle and Eastern Canada,
also with steamers at Fort
William. Imperial Limited
leaves at 17:20.
For rat.-.-, ami other particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. it. Agent,
New Weatmlnst, r.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
Tl i SEND V(H' i IVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN' OF  FAME
THE    NORTH WESTERN,    LTD,
Embodies the newest    and be sl
for   Cl IMFt iRT,   CONV1 M I S'CE
and   LUXURY.     Ii   i-   lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gasi   thi    mosl
brilliantly   illuminated   tr..:n   in   the
woi Id.     'i he   , quipment   consist!   i ,1
private   compartment   i ir .   standard
16 section  sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair car-  (seats free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
brarv  and   smoking  car-.
Ir..r Tune   Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call  on ur write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
every
'    -  VI a.
A4
VANCOUVER-NAN/
S.S. .loan le a.
���cept Saturday  and
Sa,,inlay N a.  ni.
Leaves Vancouvei
Baturday and Sundaj
Baturday 2.30 i. ���:.
WF.SVTT
S. S. Queen City.
Leave VI, toi In  11
and 20th of
and waj  points,
for Qua! Ino and r''c*
Leave    V.i      .
for (   iti   .
lng Quatslno. ^
LOWER PRASEH R1VI R
Steam-.T Transfer.
Leaves   N,
day.
Additional   trip
minster 6 a. i
Leaves   6 ,
day,  Wedne
urday 7 a. n      i
ditional trip .
UPPER FRASER !;..
Steamer  Beaver.
Li tve  Xew   We
.Mondays,  Wedne -   '"
Leave Chilli ���
'I hursdays and  Sal .    .
landing   b,  w,
and Chllllwai k.
NORTHERN  B, C   R
S.   S.  Tees.
e V in,     t    vi
Leave Vancouj���. M
Leaves Vancouver al
and nab of each moi
Ski le [ate on 1 ��� ���
la on Becond ti   ���
Times  on   arrivals -.
are approxln
For  Tickets,  re ���
formation call ou .
.1. '.'.
General Superlntei
E.   J     ''Hi
Asst.  (b n,   I' [SB    A   ���
W. II. i, VRD1 .
Gen. Agent, Fre
New v. ��� -.
ED  .;. ���
At-..in. New
it
m. :ai
'   .:.���
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
j Merchant Tailor |
Columbia  Street.
Full line of English, Scotch and Irish
tweeds and  worsteds always In stock
Bpring stock  now  In.    Make  your
selection.
Grand Trunk Ry.
j     Excellent Train Service Between
Northern Pacific j Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Three
Transcontinental"
Trains Daily
NEWS   OF  THE   DELTA.
Ladner, May 5,   The Delta ,
me; in the council chamber nn
'ia,,,   .quil   28,   with   lhe  Reeve,
ouncll
Satur-
W.   II.
Ladner,
Gllblfle,
Embree
The
in  ,1,
I, Tie,
present,
chair,  and  Councillors
Paterson,   iluff   and
mlnutea of ihe previous meet-
w. re adopted  us read.
Communications were received and
dealt   wilh  as  follows:
From ,\. E. while, secretary Xew
Westminster board of trade. ri. meet-
lug ,o  be arranged  will,  .Mr. Buntzen,
in lain.' decora! lon need nol l.e expensive. Quiet, rich co
making an admirable background
ter furniture ami picture . eai, be
had ai r, asonable price..; if you call
.... at ... .
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street,
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Headquarters for PACIFIC Coast
GROWN Curd,m, Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now In Stock ready
.for  distribution;
for them in sealed packet-
does not handle them we wi!
.to   your   nearest    postoffice,
packets, our selection of  good  varieties, for ti.iiii in introduce them.
Large .stock of HOME GROWN
Frull and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring hade.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or Inspection,
Let tne price your lisi before placing your order. Creenliouse Plants,
Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Frull
Packages, Fertilizers, etc. Catalogue
Free.
M. .T. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,  B. C.
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH  COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
' Steamshir Tickets on sal" to all European polnti.
And ail the principal business ceni. rsof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC  ami   lhe MAUI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK !""'
PHILADELPHIA, via [Niagara Falls.
For  rime Table,-:, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
.'.   i taut Oen'l Passenger an.l Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. It. MAIN' !
Leave N ���-'.   Westmli
Arrive   N't.    W,   tmlnsl
,'. I'. R, MISSiuN BRANCH.
I.V.    \.T     V.  .      !,   .    -
I...  Se " ..'   10;   ar. .'������ *
C, P, K. WESTR,    ���
Lv. Ne��  Wesf.
Ar .New  We It. 9.35
C. I'. II. MH.i SIDE .-i'i   UL
Lv. New W.'-iiinii- . : '   0 ,". m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
I.v. N. W. IM'" a.m.; ar. I       elpju.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.;
Lv. Seattle v::" a.a..; -
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.;  ...   ���
p.m.
V.,  W.  &  Y.    VANI I
Lv. N. W. :i p.m. and 9.35 i tn-
Lv. Vancouver ...
C. N. R.���PORT GUI*
Lv.  N.   W.  9.20 iuu.;  ar, I
2.20 p.m.
l.v. Guichon IM" p.i   ;    "��� N- '���
ii.ar. p.m.
Mondays onlv.
1). C. ELECTRIC   '���
l.v.   New    Wesl.
and  hourly   umil   il   ���
hourly   bei we.mi   1 ' t
Saturday balf-hourlj  i
Sunday   hourly     S    a ;��� ���   to  ii  !{-a:'
Hilh  half-hourly  Pel. no, !"
Lv.  Van,,,,ner Bail ���
out.
Fraser River andjGulf
DP RIVER,
Ilea version
Tu
e
:::
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
Synopsis of Canadian , Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands will,
in the Railway Bell in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any per
son  who Is lhe sol,- head of a family,
or any  male over  18  years of age, to   '"(,r ���""!' informlinn call on or writ!
the extenl   of one-quarter  section of
Kin  acres,   more  or less.
Entry must be made personally al
lhe local  land office for Hi.   dlstricl In
which ih.. land is situate,
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
fi) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2)  If the  father (or mother, if the
u
nsk your  merchant' father is deceased) of the
If lie
prepay
fifty   6c
homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
Of the land enl''red for thc requirements as to residence may lie satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother
C.l) If the settler has llis permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
bc given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement win not be paid
for.
C. E. LANti, General Agent,
4110 Hastings St., Vancouver, B, C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore A. G. P. A.
Spokane Tails & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail mute between all
points cast, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway f,,r Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'aily for Republic.
HufTct service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
The Milwaukee''
"The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.  Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Lilic"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Nn   trains   In   tin-   service   on   an
railroad  in  the  world  that  equal   in
equipment  that of thc  Chicago,  Mil
waukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
Own   and   operate   iheir   Own   sleeping
and dining cars on all] their trains and
give  their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service   not   obtainable   elsewhere.
Berths nn their sleepers arc lunger,
higher and wider than in similar cars
On any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
II. S. ROW.K. General Agent.
134 Third St.. ror Alder. Portland, Or.
in.
���::
p,_i
From N. w
From chwi
Ramona���
From  N. W, Tu��� 1
From Chwk. 8
Favorite���
from N. W. d ill
From Mt, L, limi I	
DOWN  RII -    ���
Transfer- -
From N. W, dully, 1
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m,
From Steveston, 7 a.m, (Pn.��""
Add. trip Baturday, 5 ;  "���
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
City nt s iiiiniiiii
i . . .. N. W, Sunday " ���' '"���
From Vieloria Saturday ' " "���
Mail Service
(���in
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00
Sap',, & Mlllslde...l0.00p.m.
Vancouver 10.00p.m.
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.46a.m.
li.ju.-.n.'i.iii. -i'-1"'
jlecelved.
B.46 p��n
6.45 p*
I, i .ij.ui.
1,30 r-n
Van.  H. Cent.  Pari
Victoria	
Lasi Burnaby.. ���
Sleveslon, etc. ��� .
Fast, via C.P.R.
Sap., Mill, Cnqiii
Van. & Burnaby.
,li,.:;��� i,in.
I.I.I l'l".
1,30 p.m.
3,00 p.n.
S.OOp in.
3.30 p.m.
pi.OOa.o.
I iM'.W.
,r   i .1111.
12,000
12.000
f .00 p*
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Effective
Sunday,   N
ivcmbcr     in,
rjjoi,
Leave
Day Train
Arrive
9.20 a.m. .
...  Spokane
��� ��� ��� -7 IS P-m.
12.25 p.m. .
.. .Rossland
 4.10 p.m.
o ;b a.m. .
... Nelson ,.
... 6.45 p.m.
The White Pass
Go to Europe via   and Yukon Route
St. Lawrence
Route
vrU*
-xcrpt
mail
I   will"
Seven  hundred mile:
river trip.   Empress
,r
11. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
magnificent
f  Britain sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May I'.lth.
For other (lutes and rales apply to
ED. COULKT,
U. f. R, Agent.
New Westminster.
for CONRAD, CAR< RO&--
WHITE   HORSE,   D
FAIR HANKS.    Daily
Sunday)    carrying   P*
express    aud    freight   conn    ^
singes at Carcrow ami VVi       ^
maintaining .', through winter
For Information apply *   ,  agefl
J. II. ROGERS, rnjK
Mackinnnn BWg-.   ,
Vani'niivf. ��' |rU��3DAY, MAY 3,
19C5.
THE DABLY NEWS
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
ered  and   deal'   with   as  promptly  as
I, .
-I. G. RUTHERFORD,
Veterinary Director General
Department of Agriculture.
WARNING GLANDERS. ������ Ottawa, March, 1906.
1,1 districts where the existence of
[glanders is suspected and especially
-. neighborhoods where actual outbreaks have occurred the adoption of I Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
the following precautions by owners; of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
,,f purses and others Interested will Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
do much to prevent the spread of the and the Yukon Territory.
,i' . ��� and the establishment of fresh. COAL���Coal lands may be pur-
Ltres ���f infection. Icha,se,d at ?<�� Per acre for soft coal
I and  $20  for  anthracite.     Not   more
1. Horses or mules having a nasal  than 320 acres can be acquired by one
Iplscharge   or other Bupiclous    symp-j individual  or company.     Royalty  at
loms should not be admitted to livery the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
������ feci Btables or yards, blacksmith, pounds shall be collected on the gross
Shops,   church or school    sheds, rail- 0U'p.u.t.PT7    _ .       . .,
��... stock yards- Private stables or! QUARTZ-Persons of eighteen
pi'vr plar-s where they are likely' yCars and over an<l joint stock com-
r ���' '    ' ,      ' 1 pames holding free miners   certificates
f,������e Into direct  or  Indirect    contact   may ob,ain  en(ry ,or  a mining  ,oca.
Mi animals of the equine species.      tion.
2. All    stables,    yards,     or  sheds      A free miner's certificate is granted
,,| for the accon,modal ion of horses
mules should be regularly and fre-
ently cleansed    and  disinfected    in fe ^o $7oo p'er"annumfor"a company"
er prescribed below. according to capital.
After    cleansing    the    premises A   frc<'   miner,   having   discovered
,roughly, and burning all debris, the m,neraI  in  PIace. mW '��.at�� a  ela'ra
...          .,                          .., 150OXI50O   feet   l.v   marking out   the
orlor should be well go,,.- over with                  .                  , ,
,   .,.                        , ., -.'line   with   two   legal   posts, bearing
,   m, or boiling water, adding,.. ,��� l(   _ _ ;; ,.    ,,���,.   ,, ,.���.,, ,.m, of
- al least mi" quart of crude ,,���. ]lni. oi the (ode| ,���. v,.in
- acid to each five gallons after v    claim shall be recorded within
the  entire   surfac.   Bhould   be 11 ocated within ten miles
..I wllh a hot  solution of of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
h lime wash, 10 which crude car ditional   day   nib.we.1   [or   every   ad-
e above ditional   ten   miles  or   fraction.     The
, fee ,'.:������     . ding a claim is $5-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B At least *IOO must be expended  on
Outbuildings, fences and tying posts the  claim  each year  or paid  t"  the
ith   which   Infected    animals   have mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
- n in em1,act should also, when pes- ?.""" 1 1    been  expended  ..r  paid,  the
thoroughly treated in a Blml :     tor  may, ui        hav     [I   survey
ner_ '������ and upon complying with other
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
rdlnary   harness   and   stables Jioo an acre.
which have been in  contaci Permis i in may be granted by tlie
ected animals or Infected pre '  "  -":   of   the   Interior   to   locate
hould be thoroughly soaked ln ntaining iron and mica,
.   ���      lution ..f crude carbolic acid C0PPer' m the Vuk"" '1Vrnt"r>'- o�� ;m
ngth of on,            to twenty. ::!     '   '  '       \        "'0 .acres
,     .  .   ' rhe  patent  for  a  mining  location
���      ���       '      '   loured .,,.,���    vovide  f,,r the  payment  of a
���:,''i    Royalty ol p �� the
. robe      ' a hions,    etc. ...     tion.
���   been  in  contact  with  in-      PL/ NING    Manitoba and
iuld   1.' placed   in   an   air the   N.  \V.  '1', excepting  the  Yukon
,m  and  fumigated   with  For- Territory: Placer minii
il - :  ��;,: b tl e    Bhould be "My  are  mo feet  square, entry  fee
cleaned. $5, re,        ble :    rly.    On the North
Sask .t  '. ���  .   n Rivi r cl tms are cither
4.   In Btables where outbreaks hav,   ,,..,_  ,��� .....    ,,.,.  flirm,.r being   100
":   '���' '    animals feet long and extending between high
t ���    been :���  !  low   water mark.     The latter i ti -
- -. the cleans- eludes bar diggings, bul extends back
Infection    hould    1 to the base of the hill or b ink, 1   I
h and I .    ich cases lt ls excci ding   ioi 1  feet.     Wh, re
 move and     im feed boj '   '9  "���'''1  claims  20�� fcet  wlde
when    of wood;    iron " '>' !:;' .obtained,
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
tnd the N. W, T., excepting the Y;>
:   ���- ��� A frce miner may ob
lain only two leas, s of live miles each
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length nf which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying ipjan-
tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and thc remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royally at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of thc Minister of the Interior.
D.pl. Interior.
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X riTAR *
���        	
* -���    vni 11.' a *
M     ���-        ?
s
Ii    11 id has been a Med in
���....]  proportion.
! I Ice Cream
���
J Fresh Fruit in Season. *,
��� Twelve yean  experience in the *
X candy f rade. J
��� The proof nf the pudding is in     ���
J tbe 1 J
��� Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.    ���
��� ���
****<>���>***** ** *************
-ni.   rendi r, d harmless bj
���I em  through   Bre nr  by  im
I, I   I   for    I   I  iiu: ���  in   boil-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ul 11 ispected' for a   tei m  0!  twenty  years,  renew-
��� ���     n the d    iretion of the M
nf   the   Inter;.>r.
The 1. ���'- right is confined to the
-..,-,', beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
I'nr first year and $'0 per mile for e ich
subsequent   year.     Royalty  same  as
Id 1 nr carerul-
untll  Used.
and    ' 'hers     Bhould,
po islble,   avoid    admitting
r rses or mules to the prem
ie I   by   iheir  own  animals
c          I!    "f 'lie  -ani.- species. It is a placer mining.
1         plan    to    reserve    un    I olated Placer  mining  in   the   Yukon  Ter-
1 it Ide horses er mules ritory���Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
this Is Impossible they may claims   shall  tm'        eed   250    eet   ...
, . , . .    Vie V    me  sur, ' on  I   e  base line or
��� modated in cow Btabl, s, cal ,
. .- a   1 nc
U     Cl   tQ        n]   , :   .n        ��������� r.11   Qirccn _��� ��
.,   gulch__'!
S licl]   Ins'  ���   '  ;.::.!   mules sluuild *"
���^���^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��� 2000
hall 1
Claim
ie watered from special palls, which
v.'ih all oilier stable ut, n Us
Bed n��� nr about them, should be
< I, ne-ed and disinfected be-
- ping Ul ed     for   other     animals.
�� . upled by strange liorses   or
1 t!i1   P..   well   cleansed     and
(- I  a,nl, if al   all  possible, left
I- li 1  for  some  time.
,;. Whi re new nurses or mules are
1 I  in or from  districts where
f' . ������; , 1,   He y   should,     111,bss
parefully tested with Malleln prior to
creek     or
being  from   iooo ,<.
til   1    ;���' -��� 1 "   claims
feet square,
���������   marked   by   two   legal
Croquet Sets
From $1.50 up at
MOREY'S
Full Line of
Sporting Goods
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman ami Gregg Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering
(Ci il. Marine an.i Stationary) Courses.
TIIK BEST nl' courses, the' BEST of
teachers (eight, and the BEST of
salaries.
K. ,1. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
II. A. SCRIVEN, L.A., Vice-Principal.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mtlnnis.
posts, one at each end. bearing noli,-,,. 1 ..���".' must be obtained within
ten d:" ��� i the claim is within ten
mil, s of tl ;.- ng re " ;"r'- "l'1'"'1'-
! for each additional ���,.     miles nr fraction.
���I | ,. p      ., i ,- ,- impany staking a
claim   must   li 'Id   a   free  miner's  certificate.
The   discoverer  of  a  new  mine   is
. ,;   ,i,   ;,   claim   "f   IOOO   lm   in
'length,  .iii'id  if  the  party cuiM-ts  ..I
kehase,b7stabUd~apart and' closely two, 1500 feel altogether on the out-
t.nt   on   which   no  mv.utv     snau     |,L
'   ;   '     "������'    ''<���    betoro   "'"":  char��d   the   rest  of  the   party   ordin
I In   nie tel with other animals        (, linls nu]y
Df the equine species. '   "|.nll.v (,.,. J,'n.     Royally ;,1 the rale
... in mind thai ,,, two and one half   per cent, on the
Irtlle i, ���r ulceration, value  of the  gold  slopped  f,"���, tin'
ads, ;iie presem f tarcj ieel to the rights of all persons who
1 luntable awelllng    of the have, or who may re��e'v.e."tr'e�� |��
il unthr.ft.ness often tar J^^^^ 'SS XK
eases   of   glanders,     the ^   ](_(,;,   |..|n   (1|.(,,|k���,   ,���  high-water
'-   ' ',  i���   many   animal     With' p,|il.  __  each  :, 1,,.,,,.,tive  leasehold,
put, (or the time being, any external    'ii,,. lessee shall have a dredge in
! ons   whatever,     the   only operation within one season from the
i i       of deie,.;i,,n in such cases be. date of the lease tor each five miles
P Malleln test, and tha!  these but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac
tion thereof ii sufficient Rental, $10
per annum for each mile >,f river
leased, Royalty at the i te of two
,,,,l .., half per ceni collected on the
output after it exceeds $10000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory
Six  leases of live miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term "I
n \ r:,!'--;  also renewable.
The lessee's right i- confined t" the
submerged bar or bars m the river
below    low    water    mark, ihat  bom,
of animals dying dary to he fixed by iis position on the!
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese end Chinese Styles
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
BIG WANTS ANGRY WOMAN CAUSES
SENSATION IN CHURCH
Wanted J""" Cords ol Hemlock Hark
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd..
taken ln lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to ,1:.- managi 1 a'
Tannery or P. O. box is?, Xew
Westminster.
For Sale���Modern 7-rpomed house on
line corner In West End; iwo lots
stable and fruit trees. ( heap. Appl.
X, this offlce.
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
$1.1,0 per setting. J. W. Austin,
Sap-
perton.
For  Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls
pure
bred, ready for service, \V. K.
Aus
tin,   Sapper,on.
CANDYl
FACTORY j
���
1 he pur, pure   weets  *
and invites the public t" call      {
und see  iii" candy made ���
For Sale���Chester Whi'.., pure bred,
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at reasonable prices. \V. It. Austin, Sapperton.
Wanted���Dining room gill. Good waa. 8
paid. Cosmopolitan 1
Wanted���1.1 111 n  to  ne;
as agenl tor   high <���;.: -   publishing
hous.. Apply .lohn Hutchln ion,
crnl agent. Colonial Hotel, city.
Rises   From  a     Pew   and     Denounces
Rev. William A. Quale of
Chicago.
Chicago, May 7.���A large audience
ir, St. .lames Methodisi church. Forty-
sixth Street and Kills Avenue, was
1 brown Into a turmoil last nighl when
the pas,or, the Rev. Win. A. Quale,
was denounced at the close of his ger-
mon by a woman who arose from a
pew in the center of the house and declared the pastor to be an "ignorant
man, preaching things of which he
knew nothing."
After she had shouted her protest,
in spite of the organist, who tried to
drown her voice by playing a hymn,
the woman turned and walked out of
the church, muttering a curse upon
,he sermon and lis author.
The woman's name was no, learned,
in,, i, is believed she is a trance medium. Dr. Quale's sermon had con
slated chiefly of a scathing arraign
ment of certain Ideas, which, in some
quarters, hav.- taken poss, s<t,i i
public mind, and a warning to hi
Sgat inn ," i... on 1 lei:' guard a
them.   Among other things tin- paotoi
assailed   lhe  people  of ihe open   shop
and   Hi.,  mania   for  consulting  spirit
mediums and palmists.
 o	
Jilted  Girl   Has  Revenge.
Home. May ...���A girl named Gtu-
b.tta Valentlnl, who was only released
a day ,������ two ago from a term of Imprisonment for a murderous attack on
a sweethearl who had jilted her, shot
him dead yesterday in Lanciano.
She fired four shots, three of which
en,, red his head and one his heart.
Last summer she stabbed him. but
had no, sufficient strength to inflict
a mortal  blow.
Ti,.- Valentlnl girl declared  to the
police when arrested lhal she was
willing to die, as she hud now aveng-
. d herself.
Freshly made Hindi every da;, a'
iii.. Star Candy Factor] nexl to De-
Grey's barber shop.
Holiday.
V. e, tb ��� . : . Igni !. e to close
oui       iri t .    ���. : t       every ;S,,i-
urday afternoon durln ion I.s of
Ma>', June, .1;.!.- .ne; .'. - unmi nc-
lng Maj   12,  it"";.
ANDERSON ^   Lt'SBY
t. .1. TRAPP & CO, -.; 1' Per G. B.
II. T. KIRK.
I IA HI I.MAN  k   UK . SON
CUNNINGHAM HARDWARE CO..
Per .1.  A.  Cunn ngham,  Mur.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tendi rs    will  be recelvi i    bj   I he
t  !  up 10 .".  11. .'11. Wedn. -day.
May '.', for the prlvtl, g 1 luctlng
a  refreshment  booth al  Queen's park
nn  Mav Hay. May IS,  I;..";
li.   .1.   Ill'RDE,
SecTetarj���
Free Pasture.
Free pasture for 100 head of cattle
a'.i.l  ."." horses.
Plenty of gras- and water and well
fenced.
Apply S. II. BUCHANAN, City.
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
j   Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Belyea & Co.
'e neral Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy  Hauling uur speeatlty.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbu.
I01'' 'It "I' Intent ease; are In    somo re-
1 111 is,     dangerous     I BC lUSe
cted.   Our experience    shows
'   ' possible tor animals of this
ciass to convej   Infection    t��� others
*      tl  themselves  developing aoute
I 11  ' .ii.... I,  is therefore plain  n,at
'in,, ion   vli. .1 I i    li-   ever. Is 'd    In
""" I'lireb , e or handling nf strange
'���'''        i   mules especially
II : 'Tiere      the
'"���'���"it  established,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. Office,  Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
In     thus..
disease   has
from onslaught ered  as being axnctodl tst'dsy of August in Hie yer of lh''
*Wl   :l:i:!.!s  should,   when   pos llilojdate of thc lease
I'"' I imed Or, failing this, burled ill
:' feet bi nealh the surface.
'���'���   On nera of preml ie ��� where out-
have boon  dealt with  Bho ild
,""11  hi mind thai   Inspectors cannot
'"     m, nd release    from quarantine
(11 'iifeeHon   has   be.-n   carried
"", in s satisfactory manner antl thai
'"" ">i -'Hun for animals slaughtered
' '' ,p be paid until a oertiacate ���r
,l":>" 'lng and disinfection has been
r'"lved  by  the  Minister  of  Agrlcul-
1,,'Sil
l���e,|l
Tbe   lessee   shall   have   nne   dredge
in operation within two years from
the date ol the lease, and one dredge
for   carl,   five   miles   within   six   years
ti nm '.neb date. Rental $100 per mile
Yiili.n Territory to be paid to tl,,-
comptroller.
No  free miner shall  receive a grant
"f mme than one mining claim on
cad, separate river, creek ,.,��� gulch,
bin the same miner may hold sny
number "f claims by  purchase, and
free mines may wink Iheir 1 I.11111 .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iu partnership hy filing nolicc and
In     .. [paying   fee   of  $_>.      A   claim   miv   be
��orsa owners, should hnvn no abandoned nnd another obtained on
'"'"I i��� reporting to this Depart ..'he   Same   creek,   gulch   or   river,   by
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
You do the wise thing. Us templing
flavor will surely win your favor. Man-
ul'ac, 1,red by���
WILBERG & WOLZ.
Factory and Offlce, Brine Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
giving   notice and   paying  S   fee.
Work   musi   be  done  ,,���   ���  claim
nr to Its Inspectors the, existence
0t Mtual or suspected  cases Of gland-j eacl) V(,.u. t��� ,,���. v.,|���r 0t .���  least $JOO.
use  has  been  spreading      A   certificate   that   work   bus   been
TaPldly of late years and It Is 11 runt-],,,,,   the claim shall be drone,I tO bo
orH' The iiiseas
rapidly ,,r iata
I I public Ini .
centra of infection Bhould be dl��cov-|and entry by a free miner.
______________________________,-...���              ��� [���,,!, Ihc claim ______-_-_,
'' "r Public Interest that every fcrsshl, abandoned, anad open to occupation
Bring your old bicycle   and gel it
made as good as new. We are experts
mi all Kinds of repairing. We have been
constantly al the repairing business
for II years BO we know It from 11 to s,
ALEX. SPECK
Slpn   Man   0,1   Wheel.
Columbia si. N.w Westminster,
S. G�� TIDY,
 FLORIST I
Plants and Annuals of nil kinds, cut
(lowers rn,.I floral designs,   I'ahlms
6O0 per down,
Telephone A1 N-l or address 4th Avenue'
uud null Street.
Westminster Iron Works
QENERAL m.m'iiim; ami bjnuINB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITH1NU, liniuuw nnd
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   iron   worn,   including
Fences, (Piles,  Fire  hseapes, vie.
Mail orders nnd correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIW si rUlh."!'.
New Wost minster. I'. O. 474.
VV. N. Draper
B. C Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Olflce���Tram Depot
Columbia at-.
BanRitpo delivered   proftWUy to any j
pari of thn city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 1SR.      B��rn f none 137 ',
j  FARMERS ATTENTION!
J   Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I 	
j  Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
1    Telephone 12. New Westminster.
���v. ���   S9M-   W ir-        1 4,j':v
is
CANNON CELEBRATES
"IS 70TH BIRTHDAY
Members   of   United   ����,,��    ,-
'"   states  Congress
G've Their Speaker Pleas-
m9 Reception.
Washington. Ma, 7.-Speaker Can-
n"�� '* "oventj yearB ���M Thc
Mouse  knew  _n6  ,,,.,,      '    .    .
., ... "J" '"'��� speaker's
birthday  and when    r,,,,,. .,,���,.     .
'"";""1 in ''"' iwrwaj nearest the
speaker's dask and whan _e ascend.
'���'' '" '"" ���"<""">. long contlaued ap-
Plause followed liis steps. With gavel
In hand the speaker waited and wien
both hands ���f the clock stood at 12
with a smile ,1,,, gavel cajne down
1,1 "l,; >"''>''r which the chaplain ���f-
fen"1 ""' '""owing reference was
made to the speaker's iiat.d day:
'"''    'L-'    ':'-"i''-'   descend   upon
each member of the house, especlallj
'"'"  wl|n I W vei       deiibera-
110ns, crowned bj the glorj ofseventj
years    of usefulness.   Lengthes
���l''"'-'   '"i1  '''"I In health, Btrength
���'"'  '';' ids  md
count ry."
Mr   Sa    .   ���.    ���  x y ,
man ":  ':!" Indian affair ,,,��� -.-������
 v"1'
1,111 '"' ' '.- table
ind  set
I adopt
ed.   Th
then appoh 1)prop.
rial inn
Ci
't
I .Ir. Hepbun
giving iod Ion the rlghl
ol   '-... I 18 to  II.
A COLOSSAL GORGE.
The   Sublime npmitlea of tl,�� (Irond
I iinyiM,  nf Ar,,1,1111.
This terrlfj ��� gash is more Hum 20(1
niii.-s long aud more tiiiui 11 mile deep,
nnd Its area exceeds2,000 square miles,
Prom ib" 111 Tuvnr rim, on whieh I
Btand, to the gleaming, snow veined
crags ,n 11 ��� opposite side of this stu
pel lous ��� li :'i the distance is thirteen
miles. Human vision cannot take hi
the Cull . .; 'it uf this wide pageant of
terror and f orj nor is It within the ca.
pacify of. words to set forth its over-
whelming Bplendor. The plain on which
I stand is nearly 8,000 feet above nca
level, und here, in 11 prodigious fissure
���gaunt, abrupt, frightful nml wonderful -are assembled luouutalns, valleys,
enormous rocks, precipitous crags, ravines ,,f mj -fury nnd forests of gloom,
through which the black waters of the
Colorado rush onward in their resist
less flow and over which the dauntless
eagle wings its upwind flight to meet
the sun. All the forms nro here that
Imagination could construct, aud all the
colors are here that glow ln sunset
Bkles. Par down iu the subterranean
vista tbe forests show like green Inwns.
Not less than seven geologic periods In
the physical history of ths planet are
displayed [fl the layers of tinted rock-
black,' green, gray, red, brown, blue,
pink, orange and alabaster, with many
other mingled lines-that constitute tlie
walls of this colossal gorge; walls that
seem continuous and unbroken, yet
everywhere .ire rifted wilh lateral fissures, the beds of mountain streams
that swell the Hood of the great Colorado river. The American continent
has nowhere else s spectacle to show
commensurate with this In beauty,
grandeur and nwe.-Willlnm Winter lr.
Pacific Monthly.
Do you need a Set
�� "T"      .1   *% We guarantee lo fit you
or 1 eetn i��uw& \w ^m
Read   Our   Prices
Wky  Pay  M
A Pull set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
7
ore:
$5.00
$1.00
$5.00
$5.00
50c
$1.00
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.    Our
Bridge Work is 22k.   Guaranteed for 10 years.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember the Place
407 Hastings St. West, Vancouver.
A MUSICAL LEGEND.
Tin- t li In.-,.,- Story of the KlKhl Prim,
itivi- Bidden Sound*.
The, ihlnese have some extraordinary
: supers,iti.'.ns relating to music. According tn Iheir queer notions, lhe ('rector of the universe bid rigid sounds In
the earth for the express purpose ���f
compelling man to lind them out On
the same principle, it is presumed, .1,1-
pltcr, according to Virgil, hides lire in
lllnt und honey In trees iu order to
whet the ardor of man's Industry to
persevere  In his efforts to rediscover
, the bidden treasures.
According to the Celestial idea, the
eight primitive sounds ore hidden in
stones, silks, woods of various kinds,
the bamboo plnut. pumpkins, In the
skins or animals, to certain earths and
In the air itself. Auy one who hns ever
had the pleasure ,'.', of seeing and listening to a Chinese orchestra Will remember that iheir musical Instruments
were made of all these materials except the 11st nnd ihni the , ,blued efforts of the other seven seemed better
calculated to drive the ethereal sound
nway than to cms It from the air,
which Is really the object ���f all Chinese musical efforts, When tha bands
piny, the it ... credulity of tbe people,
both old nnd young, bears lu tha thuds
of the gongi snd the whistling of the
pipes the , ...es ef the eternal soundn
Of ,uitiire thai "ere urigiunll}' deposited In the various ������i������,t,' and Inanimate obje, :s . J ihe all wise father.���
Etxchanga.
V\ lint   "Unmlr"   Mc.it.
Though the Scottish guard of France
bad long losi iis natural character, lt
jenleusi,   retained until the crash  of
1T>;,   all   its   envious   old   privileges,
Wblch,  though   ihey   led   to  constant
Wrangles  with  ether   regiments,   had
been dub allowed by IaiuU XIV.    Ue
was actually obliged to Intervene nt
his own wedding to compose a dispute
ns   to  the  precedence  of  the   Scots
guards  nud  the  Cent gontilshommcs.
"Proud ns s Scotchman" was an old
proverb in Prance, and iheir successors
in the bodyguard did their best to Justify It.   But the most curious survival.
long after a word of Scotch had been
hi ard In the corps, was the practice ot
answering "hamlr" (a corruption for "T
! am here") when tbe roll  wns called,
which was rellg'ionsly malaUinml. ����
all events, rtnw-n  to the revolution.���
I Macmlllsn's Magaslne. ���
Krerr Action Conttt*.
- There Is no action so slight nor so
menu hut tt may bo done to a great
; purpose and ennobled therefore, nor Is
! iny purpose so grtut bnt Ihat sltgtt
I jettons may help It���Woman's Llfs.
��  i THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, MAY I
I
; ���*.',
SOMETHING TASTY
 TO ENTICE THE APPETITE-	
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh Lettuce, nice big heads. 5c. per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.   $1.00 per sack.
COUNCIL ADOPTS
RULES OF ORDER
LOGGIII FOUND DUD        iT~*u7T^rti7TrrS
in a bunk douse j New Wash Shirt Waist Suits!!
T. S. ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. W. Gilchrist, Mgr.
&&!P8BBiBK8BGGSB&b^^
8
Aid. Howay's By-Law is Carried Clause by Clause Without
Discussion-Various Matters of Interest Dealt
With By Civic Government.
Whiskey   and   Morphine  the  Supposed
Cause���Chief Constable Goes
to  Investigate.
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
We have been appointed agents for the Union Assurance Society
of London, England, which has been carrying on lire insurance business
since 1714 A. 1)., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of
$20;000,000.
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance recor"
g  Dec. 81st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   1'rem. $22,954.60  $
S
>;���
g
i
1000 Assurance in force !.l,7!i_,.r,nO.
1901 "          " 2,654,904.
1902 "          " 8,426,897.
1903 "          " 4,086,112.
1904 "          " 4,509,754.
Premiums * 62,606.96
92,029.80
126,696.21
1.".,,.1144.OS
166,884.20
money  M/.filTADDlC   JPt  Cf\    Real E'lale Broke���
TO LOAN.   W_CV��UHIMVII-     <X     W.) and Contractors
186  Columbia  Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
wx.z*z*z*z*z.z*z.z<*z*&z*'x^
Snaps In
FARM LANDS
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
time.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���G. It. Carruthers, Vancouver; lb Moore, Vancouver; K. (J. Uiu -
ton-Mackenzie, Surrey Centre.
Colonial���KIlie Little, Seattle; James
Little, Seattle; M. L. Griswell. Ban
Francisco; J. Miniy, San Pranclsco;
Earl Barthram, Beausejour; S. ,1.
Glasham, Vancouver; W. il. ilenoii.
Vancouver.
Windsor���E.    A.
Wash.;   Hen I________________%
enseii,   Matsqui;   A.   M.   Nelson.   -Mais.
qui; T. M. .Moore.    Belllngham;    \V
; Barrlngthwaite, Ladner; R. F. Harvej
Mayor Keary abdicati I his seal of
honor last nlghl In favor ot Aldei man
Jardine when the ��� c ,uncll resolved Itself Into a committee to listen to
the reading of thi Rules of order bylaw presented by Alderman Howay,
und for fifteen mlnuti 3 Alderman Jar-
dine looked down upon hie fellow al-
di .en from hli eli rat, tl pedestal
while the committee listened to the
forty two clauses being read by the | have the worl
i i each clause hi Ing mi,.pi. .1 separate^ v, it boul discussion, Vfter the
b.\-lav, had passe I tie' committee stage
the mayor again resumed his .-eai and
Alderman Jardine was one. more rele-
,n,i;. d in bis desk. (In the 11,0,ion of
Alderman Howay lh.' bylaw was adopted, An,,,her Interesting diversion occurred     when     Aid.  tlarretl     present- 	
. I his report of work don.- al  Ql n's'lms   had  Occurred  during
Park, and suggested thai the account  ol April, th
,.: William 1'ope. for the building of a  chimney
verandah to the cottage occupied by
the park ranger amounting to $156
i... paid. In the discussion thai follow-
. .1. it transpired that the verandah had
no, been painted, and there appeared
io be some dirt', reuee of opinion between the alderman antl the major as
Swape, Tacoma, ,,, whether the contracl called for the
Matsqui; N. Lor- ,vul.k u, 1h, ,,.lim,iL Mayor Keary emphatically Btated thai Aid. Carre,t
had 'old him i.i answi r 1.1 .1 question
thai   lie  pul   ui  a  committee meeting^'11
Joseph Green, one of the employei
ol ih.- Vancouver Timber and Trading
_^^_^_^_^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^ company's camp  was  found dead  iu
his bunk in the hunk 1 se al 12:20 1 1
which citizens were pul on account of day. Th.. information was broughl  in
ihe    bridge    r, nialning    closed.   Th" to the city  ibis afternoon    by ('.   E.
bridge remaining    in tlmi    condition Clarke, foreman of the camp and Wil-
gave people a i a ! Impression ol  .'.:��� Ham Eyles one of tbe employees. They
way In which the Interests of the ciiy state Ihat Iln- last lime Green was seen
were looked iit"   . ami 1"' asked thai alive was al nine o'clock this morning,
something' be done inwards repairing 11,. was then entering the bunk house.
111.-  bridge us soon  as  possible. The    bookkeeper,   .1.    .MeCalluin    wenl
Mayor Keary .-aid that tenders hut Into ihe bunk house a little before 12
b.en called for, Ini; as none had  been o'clock  and'   saw   thai     Green's     face
received, he had given Instructions to wh'.ch was turned toward the door had
one by day labor  mid an unnatural look aboul  it und wenl
ih.   men had commenced work today, over  ,,,  ihe  bunk  to  Investigate.   He
The mayor's action was approved, and was profoundly .shocked 1,, lind thai
in., communication received and Bled. Green was cold and stiff in death, He
.1. it. Grant and ten oilers petition- Instantly told the foreman of ths affair
ed tht council to include lots 1. 2. and   and Mr. Clarke gave Instant 01 ierS 10
."..  in   block  34  iu  ihc  fourih  street have everything   left  absolutely    un-
Bewer .-eheme.    Received and referred ;,niched  while  he  wenl   10 low,,  and
,0 board of works to report. laid >!������ Information wiih ihe proper
Chief Watson reported    that    four authorities.
the month     ti,,. deceased wa.  an American, so
causes being ,1, burning [,  is believed, and had only I n for a
(LM burning brush which shon lime will, ihe camp which is lo
caught in fence, (3) nm known, in cated about seven miles from this city
spark from chimney. Kee,'ived and on the Johnson road, which runs from
filed for refenerce. the Yale road to the McLennan roa 1.
Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith, medical in- The deceased had been drinking som, ���
spector of health, presented his month- whal heavily and was also m ihe habit
I;.' report of Infectious diseases. There oi using morphine ami cocaine, in cm-
have be. 1, iwo causes of diphtheria, slderable quantities. Only a short time
one scarlatina, four tuberculosis, lif ago he was in the city and provided
teen typhoid, elghl varicella, a total of himself with 11 large supply of dope.
thirty cases for the month, The ea-" Th,. opinion of those who broughl in
of scarletina rep, ��� I gol the infection the Information seems to be that Green
Vancouver.     Of   the   new    cases had exhausted his supply of liquor and
 \
Fifty Ladies' Shirt Waists Just Opened Out.
All made of fine serviceable materials which wi]
stand being put in tlie wash tub and survive the trv
ing ordeal to which they are subjected. ���
See the values we are showing at \
$3.00, $4.25, $5.75 and $6.5ot
A large range of Lustre Suits at $6 to $12*
w. s. collister��co.I
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'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderesl
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Tacoma, Wash.;  lt. McLean, Tacoma,  .,,,.,,  ne understood that  the palntlng|��* typhoid, two worked on steamboats  turned io ibe morphine, of which lm
Wash.; George Freeman, Vancouver; I waa inoiUll,.,] in the contract price. Al-
N. W. Forres,, Belllngham; .I. Hill. [lerman Garret| had no recollection of
Belllngham; .I. Dicks, Belllngham; It. tmvlng answered the question in the
S. Plcken, Mission; C. W. Addison. .imnn.���iv,, .������, fimillv ������ the m,���iol,
.\u..side;   William McGirs, Vancouver.  ,,,-  Alderman   Howay  ihe  report   was
Central --i'.  Do]an, England;  E,    J.  withdrawn, and Alderman Garrett giv-
Thomas, Livings,one, Alia.;  John W.  en time to look further into the mat-
Brown,    Three  Lakes,    Wash.;    Paul  ter.
Christenson, Menominee, Wis. Alderman Henley, as   chairman   of
Depot���Louis Ringer, Hon Island; the board of works Informed the conn-
Martin .lohannsun, A. Patterson, Mt. ell that they are to nice; al elghl
Lehman;  Carl Hocblin, Mi.  Lehman.  | o'clock on Wednesday morning al the
corner of  Ith  avenue and Cth street,
on  the river, one came from Coquit- took an overdose. The Informants did
lam and one from the north arm of the not examine the deceased, but were of
river.    Received   and   Hied   for   refer- the opinion thai there bad been no acl
ence. ol   violence  cm,milled.
80 acres, 10 acres
under first class cultivation, balance easily
cleared. Good stream
of water. Six roomed
house, fine stable,
chicken houses and
outbuildings.
Price $1,800
Easy Terms.
Cosmopolitan���,1. B. Harrison, Wet-
asaiwin, M. Cordon aud  wife, HI;,ine;
D.   Brown,   Hall's   Prairie;   A.   Brown,
Hall's Prairie;  .1. 11. Wilkinson, Chil- i en
| llwack.
Mrs. G. 11. M;rhews asked to have The deceased was a good workman
a  half inch  pipe changed  for a three and so far as could be learned had no
quarter inch on ihe   waler connection enemies   in   the   camp.     In   habits   be
on  Durham   street,  as  a,   present  it was somewhat unsteady hut was nelth-
takes about five minutes to till a pail er violent or contentious will, bis f.-l
of   water.    Referred   lo   lh"   board   of low  workmen.
Works to report. Chief Constable Spain. Immediately
C.  -I.  Stilwell,  general   manuger  of on receiving ihe Information weni on'
the Canadian General Service nnd Col- to the camp and the Cloverdale physi-
procei ,i to inspect the onizatlon  Company   wrote  asking the clan was telephoned lo visit 111,- scene
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
when thev 	
works  lha,   ar.-  being done in  differ-  Mayor to bring his Influence to bear and examine ihe remains. An Inquest
Darts of ihe city  and nlso Inspect  "" ''"' governmenl of the province of will in all probability be held a-' soon
ih,- condition of the  sidewalks.   The  British Columbia to whom they are ap- as possible.
                     mayor inquired whether any convey- P'3'ing for assistance.    Received    and                            ��� o	
ance had been secured for the council,  -1"'   clerk   Instructed  to  acknowledge WEATHER PROSPECTS.
Leaves for  Ireland.                    which   que,.'   elicited   the   reply   from   same.
...        .,    .   .,                   ii        I     11   I'renehlev   wrote  "ivine notice Victoria,  May  8.��� lhe  pressure  eon
Rev   Father O'Neil   the local parish   Alderman    Henley  that  they    would      u u. arencniej  wi���t,  giving nouci ,
,,. \.   i.iwiti   w.mo.                         ,                                        ,       ,,                          .     ,.          i       nf   his   intention   to   bnlbl   a    fence   on milOS  high  invl'   Ills   part   ol   the   ei HI
old   travel on shank's mare, as in his opin-'0I   QIS intention  >o  minu  a  i.nc,   on
,, ,              ,  tiph avenue   nnd asks lo have lhe side- 'men'   11'<>Isl   lhe   I'uchc    lo  ihe  (.real
vill  lon a good long tramp would be great-:1''" avenue, ami asas ,,, n.iw in. siui
He advts-  walk removed so as to be able to place Lakes. [l '"ls decreased on the coast
In-  surveyed  line.    He "'"'  's  nuw  highest   over the  middle
fell   yes,erday     n,
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.
Price $1,500
Half   cash,    balance
easy terms.
priest, left today on a visit to hit
home   in   Krin's   green   isle.     Ile ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
be absent   until next  September, and  1;  beneficial to the council.
the parish during his absence will be  ed them to come prepared for a longl11"-'  te��c<3 on ^^^
Iln  charge  of Rev.  Father Lardo. march, and informed them of his in- also called alien.urn to the dangerous     '   '   spates.   Ham
,., charge       air.ni ^^  ( ^  ^ ^ ^  ^ j conditlon  (lt  proJectlona  overhanging  Port Simpson, QuAj Ile, Omaha und
occasio- the garden on Twelfth streel and sng- Chicago, bul  the weather Is now nm
Baptist to Gather Here. The finance committee reported thai gested that they be removed. Received  '���' all districts both easl and wesl of
'    The annual convention of the Hap-  tne |ots now heid by thc city for un- "'"1 referred to the I rd of works to  ""' Rockies, will, higher te ratures
lisi churches of British Columbia will   paid  taxeg would be sold at the city report. <>" th. coasl and lighl frosts through-
!,,. held iii ihis city on July 10, 11 and   hal] ,m Friday, June 1. und suggested      J-  ll-  Watson, chief of the flre de-  "'" ""' North West.
12.   A very large delegation is looked   ,,,.,, ,,���, s.,,��� ,���, advertised in the local partment  reported thai driver George      Forecasts for 36 hours ending E p,
papers.    Report   accepted.   Alderman McDonald of No. 1 Hall, had tendered m. Wednesday on the Lower Mainland:
Howay  read ihe reporl  of the health his resignation, and recommended thai
committee, and  asked  that   particular i' ''"' accepted and suggested that an-
for nnd Iho guiheriim, il is expeci.-d,
will be one of the largest ever held
bj  the denomination in the west.
-o-
Dry Dock for Ramona.
'ihe .ie.inier Ramona will go Into
dry dock for repairs and alterations
jusl as soon as the Favourite is ready
for business. The managers of the
Ramona have chartered the Favourite
for the time that the Ramona will be
laid   up.
���o	
attention be paid to   certain   clausea
which be instanced.
lie also mentioned thai anyone Interested could obtain a copy by aply-
Ing to the clerk al the city hall. Reporl   adopted.
Alderman  Adams,  chairman  of the
water committee, reported    thai    the
work now being done ni the reservoir
was progressing satisfactorily
received and filed.
other driver be advertised tor. Resignation adopted and resolution to advertise adopted.
A petition was received signed b.
F. -I. Talt, William Hanks, .lohn Bin-
stead, and 11. Weir asking that the
electric light be Installed on Bth avenue between llth and lfith streets and
connected with their residences as
Report K"��" as connection can be made. Referred io light committee to report
Light winds; continued fair and warm
today nnd Wednesday.
 o	
Comes From Winnipeg.
Charles Talt, an old New Westminster boy who was at one time purser on the Ramona ls visiting friends
In the city, Mr. Tall is the representative of the Cedar Mills companj
of Porl Moody, in Winnipeg, He states
thai business is good in Winnipeg
but it  isn't   like little old New  Wesl-
FOR SAL!
"\
The well established business known as
The Old Country
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STRCni
A rare opportunity for some one who has the cash and
wants a good going concern as any  trades man  on  the
street can testify.      Remember this offer Is only | I f' I
a short time.    Satisfactory reason for selling.
I
T. PIINNICK
Agents for the  Guardian   Fire
Assurance  Company.
Mclnnes&Kerr
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone   170.
278  Columbia   Street.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Inspector Goes to Ladner.
Robert       Mai'nhall,       inspeelnr      of 	
weights und measures for the Domln- time.
mn  government,  lefl   on  the steamer     On the motion of Alderman Jardine
Rithel yesterdaj afternoon for Ladner  the real estate by-law    was    read    a
j io overhaul the weighing machines In  second time,
and around th,   town.    When finished      His  Honor W.  Norman   Hole wrote
bi   wlll  return to Vancouver  hy  way   ardlng the Carnarvon street bridge,
ol lhe B. C. E. It. Mr. Roberts Intends and  pointed oul  tho Inconvenience to
to Inspect  ilie scales of the up river   ��� ������    ������
un rchanl a in a shorl time.
On the motion of Alderman Howay     This concluded the business for the minster,
the plumbing by-law wns rend n second evening and the council then adjourn-
i d.   There w, re present Mayor Keary,
Alderman Adams, Jardine, Howay, Da
vi, s. Carrei ami Henley,
For j
Few
D
Nice house, ready
for occupation. Good
situation on Third
Av3 and Tram Line.
Corner lot, house,
furniture, garden
and fruit trees, all
to be sold for $1600,
on easy terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
McGillivray���Farr.
D. C. McGillivray, fanner of Agassiz,
and Mrs. Carr. of Chilliwack, wi re
united in ih.. holj bonds of matrlmonj
i.> the it.',. J, s. Henderson al Bt, ia
draw's Presbyterian church lasi night
al 8 o'clock. Mr, McGUllvraj arrived
lasi nigh; lo claim his bride who bo
been Btaj ing ill lhe Colonial hole] for
sonie time. The bride wus dressed in
a pale blue gown wil li white i rim
tilings and was attended by Miss Ala.
Herring, who wore n  while silk dr.ss.
Edward Stovel officiated us besl  n,
The happy couple lefl tor Vancouver
this morning where ihey will spend
the day, returning to New Westminster tonight.
Miners Renew Certificates.
Renewals of miners' certificates an
being issued in ihe milling recorder's
office in the Provincial couri house
nnd the official nro experiencing t
pretty busy time. Miner- generally arc
��� Idi awake to the taol thai all mining ''">' hall bj
ei a i iiii ati i  nm ���'   he  renewe I   bef .1 e
/ on Ma. 81, If the, deslr
hoi 1 their claims,
���o	
Men Wanted In Cariboo.
Mayor Keary today received a communication limn the Cariboo country
that one hundred men nie wanted
ihere to work in the mines. The rate
Of wages paid ls $2.00 a day and board,
and work is guaranteed to satlsfactorj
me,, for nil summer uud autumn, tin
iii the snow begin :" fall, Additional
Information can be obtained al the
inyone Intere ted,
Your  Individuality
Is Liable to Suffer
when you wear clothes intended
for the other fellow. Leave
your   order  nt   home.       Don't
fail,.,, up the eastern manufacturer but call  on	
J. N. AITCHISON,
Merchant Tailor, Columbia St.
Financial.
Agents,
Inst, nine,
Tel. 106.
& Real Estate
Columbia St.
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
101$
$45.00
EACH
4. E. WHITE, 260 Columbia St'
Telephone8 5.
Cases in Chambers.
The Hon.    W, Norman    Hole   held
chambers yesterday afternoon and dis
pe.ed of the following eases:
Re town estate for quieting title.
Application i��� refer lo registrar. An
order was made ordering ihe matter
to he referred lo Iln- registrar of Hie
land  regis,ry office.
Letters ,,f administration were applied for will, regard to Ann, C. Bow
man deceased.  An order was made for
the granting ���f ihe required letters,
in Ewen vs. McColl, application was
made    for direction.    An    order    wns'
in ade,
In Caches vs. Sharp.'. Order nisi for
sale. Order made,
Western Township Bank vs. Vaughan and others, For discovery. Order 1,\
. ODI enl.
for one year of an individual
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX
from the
Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co., Ld.
Is (Inly $2.5(1.
Forgery   Case   Dismissed.
The Brown vs, Bronsl  in case came
     Judge    Henderson    yesterday
afternoon uml was eventually dismissed by ins lordship,   a number of wil
nesses   were   called   mil   the   plaintiff
failed io prove iimt the defendant had
In en guilty of forgery as lhe , wi n
hnd been in parlnership and in sign
ing lhe mile in question Hionslein had
signed Brown's name ns his co-partner.
Committed to Asylum.
An  old   in,oi   11.lined   Lew is^ Rlnge,  a
native   of   PoBtdain,   Germany,    wa
broughl io 1 in police Btatlon yesl  1.1.0
by Officer Johnson, nnd after having
1.. 1,,  medically  examined  hy   I lr,  De
Wolf Smith this nun ning he wus trans
I'erred lo Hie lunatic nsjluin. Mr. Rlngi
Bays he is TH years of age. and has no
relatives in lhis country. Ile owns a
farm on llowen Island and has been
for .some time an Inmate of the city
hospital in Vancouver, lu addition to
being  nlnlly deficient he is in 1, very
poor state of hei,Uh, the result   of lm
proper cure.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - - - B. C.
Headquarters
for Sweets
Ice Cream and C. ll  ChoeolntU
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candi, .Fruit*
CIGARS
IHE WONDER Of THE i
Do your own Silvi
home   a   wonderful I
made by Meyer _  '
York        :        :        :
50 fats a Bottle
R. C. Purely,
uie Agent. Columbia
Sir"1
Fight on  Street Car.
Passengers ou  the electric
ear   go
Improving Restaurant.
I'lxlensive alieiallons    and  Improve-   	
ments are at   present  being carried mil 'ng up Third luenue last evening aboul
in  the old  Oyster  Hay  restaurant,  re- 7:30  were  treated   l���  an  unrehearsed
cently purchased by .1. M. Kenny irom burlesque, in which ihe two principal!
late Harry Hughes, characters gave an exhibition of fisii-
The   windows  are   being  removed   and Cliffs  thai   would   have  pul   Jeffries  lo
up-to-date fixtures will I,.. Installed, A shame. The fracas occurred    ,���,  the
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: , brick  chimney   has  1 1   buill   at   lhe rear platform  while lhe car wiis ill    a
.1   Trapp,   President; T.  S.  An-1 rear of the premises,   nnd   a kitchen standstill,  one   pugnacious  Individual
'         has I n constructed where all cook- strongly objecting to the presence   i,r
Ing wlll be done In future, thus doing another  gentleman   of  like  tempera-
away  with lhe old style of having Ihe ment.     After   n   tree  ami   easy   scuffle
ranges  and   sloves   in   lhe  reslnuranl. thai   lasted   lor a   few  niinules, olio of
This will ,h, awny win, all heal nml the combatants was thrown off the car
sin. 11   in   lhe  dining  room.  The small by  his  opponent.   Al   Ibis  point   Con-
i boxes hitherto used as private dining ductor Weatherson gave the signal to
rooms   will   be   removed   i'liil   four  cur- move on, and I he vanquished mull wns
Mined   recesses   wlll   lake  iheir  place, lefl   silling on   the  Streel   rubbing his;
Mr, Kenny Intends to conduct a Strict- h��ad and  muttering to himself:   "This
ly high class business In future, i.' o hard, hard world."
Advertise in the I*
������������������������������������������������**���
Long Vault,
Long Boxes, ""' widow of th<
Long Hours.
nandule, Vice. President; K. .1. Hart,
Manager; Kdward Chapman, Sec.-
Treas.; L. A. Lewis, W. .1. Mathers,
II. Ryall.
Vault at ofiice ���r
fJHART&CO
Limited.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
| Electric Railway Service
��� ���* .....tt.it re-
Interurban   Line.
Cars    for  Vancouver  and    way
stations will run every half-
hour fro,,, 5:50 a. iu. to 12 p.
m. excepting al 7:80 and 8:80
n. ni. Half hourly cars wlll
run from Central Hark to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Mervuie trom
Ci.llO a. in. In  11. p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 und _ and I, and 7.
30   Minute   Serv
malnder ot day
Leopold Piaoe.
Ice   'l'""'",.
rransia
hnlfli'"!'1'
and 1" P'
Sunday  Service
tweon 8  n-  '"
City and Sapper""^ ^
Sapperton Llne-C- ��'"����. ���n(l
 n-u. �����
_. except" betweM!--���,���
2, and band ^""r,nft
vice
service
hours    tlio        ^^^^^
half hourly- ... 6e
tween
| British Columbia Electric Ry- Co'
ui.:
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