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 If kite, i-Ucs & Co.
'"-HE INSURANCE
10 WESTMINSTER, R C
LACROSSE
APPEALS 10 VICTORIA:
City Sthkhandlers
Capita
Have a Notion They Could
Travel in Fast Company.
Victor-
Man ii 27.���The meeting nf
I    ��� m Columbia    Amateur    Lv
Lassociation which is to be held
itWs.it) on Saturday night next is
f ";���,. nuich attention anions   ilia
��,';,,,,-.��� fraternity.   It Is likely
Ltthf- local   lelegatea will be'pe--
Lu,lt. Le pres hi although tbe. aid
f ,,    . .        ��� mbers of the    big
feuizatli        1 it   ia qoJte    withi-i
,    ....,,.    ui   make a  bid  to  the
bsentative. thai  aia preeenl    Eov
'.'    ���       ,e senior league.   When
;s stion  was  considered  earlier
,ki 9 ti Bpecial meeting ot
j(|ii, ��� the various elu ;s tlie
_ ID   | .        for the refusal of the
��� , considi r the quos-
... ,-    embodie I    In  MaM
_ ..... i a new formation ni
., . - including the loc il.
|a.. i ol New \V( stmins ���:���
hplit 'i '   <����� Into t|.d.
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REGISTER TODAY.
It will be too late to register
after Monday. This evening S.
A. Fletcher's office st the provincial court hcuse will be open
fcr the purpose of accommodating those who are unable to
attend dur.ng the day. Make it
a point to .ee that your name,
and your friends' names, are
placed on the li?t before it is
too late. Getting on the list is
every bit as important as voting.    Remember that.
ttili Stapes
S* '���      MAR 3o Laos
J. C.   SATURDAY   MORNING.   MARCH   28, 1908. V. ^/^
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
.Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   SATURDAY   MORNING.   MARCH
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
: INK COMMISSIONERS
GIVE ADVICE TO ALDERMEN .
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REGISTER TODAY
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Proposal to Restrict Number of Licenses Provides Material
For Interesting Discussion.   Jaggers Insists.on Open
Meeting.    Better Hotels or More Hotels
Seems to Be the Question.
The voters' list will close on
Monday. This means that you
have exactly two more days in
which to attend to your duty as
a citizen of this country and
place your name on this list,
which will in all probability be
used at the next Dominion election. Register at S. A. Fletcher's
office, provincial court house,
today. The office will be open
this evening
READY FOR RIOTING
American Troops Rushed to
Scene cf Trouble With
Galling Gun.
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OIRLS ARE NOT SAFE ON
STREETS OF WINNIPEG
A  meeting of the city council    in   threw in a series ol Questions relative
committee  was  held  last evening to; to comparative fees in  other   cities,
Police Receive Many Complaints Thdt
Children are Molested by Brutes���
Cnrt-es Widely Scattered,
V. Innipi g, M in b 27. -'...,��� tact tint
. mng gii Is . re n safe on the Btreecs
of Winn;, eg after lark Is causing Lhe
, olii e Con e to exercisi api cial efforts
Ih iringing to jit t ce e. ral rutss
who, during Lhe past r ���.. weeks, have
A.n\ for t was t he-ir Intention to bei n operating their fiendish work 'n
ft, Mmto cup and thai their Afferent section! of the city. Chief
. v     ..   :    ,   jeopardized  by so   McRae has re ������-..���.I numerous    com-
fe Th.     > renounced their In-   plaints during  the  last   two  months
Eon of ! ifter    the   covetel   from persons stating thai  little girls
fjerware and    the   question   of a   were molested bj  nun on the public
formation might well be consider-j streets.   The reports have come t'ni.n
mi adopted at   this  meeting;,  ds  all parts of Winnipeg, and it is probable thai more than one man Is guilty.
In the early pari of February two
small girls were criminally assaulted
In   the city.    One arrest   was  made.
The prisoner was committed for trail.
It   was  at   lirst  though)   that   be  was
probably responsible for   more   than
one crime, but  it is .earned or late
that another party, who differs con-
Tuiiintd, March 27.���Huron  Bllio", j s-'derably in description, bus been ea*
Mi-.-v ,-��� i Indian, who was killed  tlclng girls into door-ways and halls
a tunnel accident on, the island o i j   >   offering   them   candy    and    llas'i
i:- underst i thai all of the Van-
|vei clu is are willing to stand bv
le i'.   President Barr.
RICH   INDIAN
|yron Elliott of   Toronto.   Left
tune of Over $45,000.
Fo-.
���"ember 19, lefl an estate of $46,000,
kinp a quarter inter* st  In a  mining
bun in Temagaml,  one  for   $45,000
Jvitiu been nude for a quarter inter-
by George  Elllotl   of   Wiiinlpe-.
, application was made this mom-
Mo thp court for Instructions.   The
ration to be decided i.s whether ib-'
Idian applies or not,  in  meantime,
mm, bis lordship directed the sale
[proceed and the money to be part
Jewelry,
|to conn In future administration of!
Ms, whether by the province or Do-
inlon to be decided when the linn
p.- to pay the money out.
Young  Ladies  Entertain.
lUJer the auspices ol the    yoiing
*(-> of the Qui en's avenue Kpworth i
tot, ;i Buccesafji] entertainment wis
pen in the school    room   of   th.it <
froth last i-\t ning before an appre-1
Wve audience, as a result of whhh I
rer��i^ were added to the funds ofl
I
Death of Clarence Kennedy.
After an illness extending fro.n
early in February, Clarence Qeor.m
Kennedy, son of J. B. Kennedy, M.?.,
passed away yesterday morning in
the hospital at Vernon, from spinal
meningitis. Until a day before his
death it was believed that the young
j man would pull through, and al-
I though fie remained unconscious dav
after day, his relatives were hopef-jl
of his iv.eovery.. For the past four
wre.ks Mr. Kennedy, sr., called from
the session of the House at Ottaw.,
remained at the bedside of his son,
and last Thursday Mrs. Kennedy arrived at Vernon, remaining there until the end.
��� The late Clarence Kennedy was 26
years of age and born in this city,
where be obtained his early training-    He went  to Vernon on a quest
tending to show that the proposed
fees were i*>o high, finally remarking
ili.it the meeting, to his mind, was
taking the wrong step, lt was fiol
the limiting of the number that w.u
required or the raising of the fees, bat
the regulations compelling the hot?!
owners to give up-to-date accon.n_o.lA-
meet the hoard of license commissioners and hear their reasons in support.
of the recommendation which they
haw handed to the council for ratification, restricting tbe number of
licenses in the city to fifteen uniil
the population reacues 20,000 and the
raising of the licenses. In the case of
hotels, from $200 to $400, saloons $4C0   tion.
to $600, and wholesale liquor houses Another spark caused a small ex-
from $J'i to $ldo. The meeting was, plosion when one of ihe commission-
to saj the least. Interesting, and to! ers remarked that it was up to the
a large exteni amusing from the stand- council to take the necessary steps t>
poin! of the press representatives, b'lt i-gulate thi licenses, tbe commission-
apparently at times trying to the tern- ' U1's only recommending. Thereupon
per of the solons of the city a.mini..-1 AltJ. Sh lis remarked that if the boar]
nation. had  enforced the  law  as it  was  sup-
Jaggers   Is  Wrathy. I posed   to    do.    there    would    be    two
The council passed tile usual on- 1Icenses '"ss in the cit>' tlla" is the
tion permitting the deputation t > case- two h��tels which were not equi)
speak ~.d immediately the fat was in' ped ";::'' dln,n8 room8' N- H- Browa
the fire. License Commissioner Jaa ��� replled somewhat heatedly that this
get-* was on his feet in a moment. Thei was ;| matter for the Inspector and
commissioners had not come there toithat :1S stx,n a* he bad reported  the
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MAY DAY GOOD OCCASION
TO ADVERTISE WESTMINSTER
Suggestion That Occasion Be Used
Big  Publicity  Medium  Received
with Favor by Citizens.
for health on the ranches of the high-
' lands of the Okanagan.   Thc remains
will. It Is expected, arrive here tomor-
Monday.
Prudence and   Penelope. |
adleg of mature age, ah1
r '*-ue.   The entertainment, thei
peof which had been kept a oloss
^ by ih,. young ladies, consisted,
^representation of an old fashioned row ,,ml ,hp f,,I,"ls'1 wi" ,:ik'' ,,,:'<v ''"
ND party, |n which the chief char-
fers ffere
fo maiden
Pnonated b,   Mi8a A. Dt,an(l and
I'- s- J-    Nicholson     respectively.
rrs "ho look part were Miss Jose-
P* Watson,
��� & Etherin
rte "a Marshall
f*6- the latter, .
W maid,,
express their views and then have L\v>
council shelve the whole matter without discussion and be turned down
like school children, as they bad '..een
hist year when they made siniil if
recommendations. They had come t.'
hear the aldermOin express their vie,vs
on the recommendations and to answer any questions th:'f might be
asiod. It was up to the council to
eitli-r accept of reject the recommendations, not to file them for reference
Time Wanted for Consideration.
Acting Mayor Shnes objected
strongly to this view of the proceedings, assuring the commissioners thnt
the motion at the regular meeting of
the council to refer the recommendations to committee was not an attempt to sidetrack the issue, but to
give time for the consideration of the
changes Involved. Personally, he li'i'l
made up his mind on the matter ani
nothing that was said could change
his opinion. Aid. Jardine added U>
this that he had made the motion at
tne request of Aid- Johnston wno desired time to further consider the
matter of the limiting of the license?
as proposed.
More Hotels Needed.
Aid. Henley expressed himself rs
against the restriction of the number
cas.-..  Immediate  action   was    tak
on.
A number of suggestions have been
heard from prominent citizens resp ct-
''���������'. the annual May Day celebration
now rapidly approaching. The feeli ig
.-... expressed that the May Hay fete
��� nould i e made "the day" for thla
city. It was pointed out that July
flrsl an i other holidays were all Largely monopolized by Vancouver and Victoria, leaving May Day the on y holiday on which a strictly Wostniinet sr
fete i ould take place-
in order to bring it into prop_inencc
and make it a lever for the advert is
Aid. Shiles retorted that tliis had been j inS ol the city, it is suggested tint
going on for some time under tin- e. . 3] l!u-' entire door space of the agricn!-
of t"��������� license commissioners, -,;':l1 llill] '"' secured for this year, In-
Who Is to Blame 7
Mr. daggers added fuel to the Ham
al ball !
' stead of onlj half as fon_lT.rIy.
The increasing of the height of the
by asserting that. In the absence of thej
.Maypole this war, which was recom-
mayor, it. was up to the acting mayor
to see the law enforced and that
therefore Aid. Shiles was to blame.
Si;- 1 ry loopholes were available for
the covering of that worthy deputy,
and he covered himself by remarking |
that he was not the mayor, a truth
which no one disputed. The former
speaker then undertook to move tint
tue meeting adjourn Until the return
of the mayor In order that they mlgnt
hand hlm a "roast," but the acting
mayor now had his Innings and was
not slow to inform Mr. Jaggers thnt
he was not .a member of the council,
but only a guest.
Some discussion then ensued as to
whether it would be better to make
the population limit 15,000 or 20,000,
mt no conclusion was arrived at. A
suggestion was also made by N. U.
Brown that the number of looms requited for a hotel be Increased fro n
twelve to thirty.
The by-laws which are to be submitted to the ratepayers in the   near
UK lldcd
111.
meeting hed in   the
hoard of trade room on Wednesday,
will be an improvement that has for
a long time been felt to be a necessity.   The heightening of the staff Will
necessitate, the buying of  more  rib-
i Pons than formerly, but as these are
I d'stribnted among the children year-
��� ly, to be kept 11s sovenlrs of the occi-
! sion, the Increased  cost will  merelv
.,   ....
1 mean the making happy of a few more
youngsters than In former years.
of licenses; more hotels were needed. If,,,ure for the borrowing of $175,010
the citv wanted more accommodati��� |for extraordinary expenditures w-e
if the town was to go ahead. The re- j read over and l'a8Sed b>' th�� restriction would   give   a few hotels   ..   m'ttee.
FINDS GOLD ANO BUYS
$1500 WORTH OF WINE
Valdez, March 27.���Men JUBt In from
the Onlkana diggings, toward whhh
the. latest stampede Is directed, report .mother big strike there. The
claim owners have been working on
a tunnel all winter and they are now.
In ground said to be running $20 *o
the iwtn On the strength of tliiw ne..s
Peter Monahan, original locator of tbe
new (Jolcondn. spent $1500 for wine.
BELGIUM   IS LIKELY
TO ANNEX THE CONGO
Miss Annie Loree, Mrs,
""i   -Miss I.ydla  Carl,'
Brussels. March 27.���Some basis t'-r
the helief thai the Congo Independent
State  will  thim time   be actually  inland  Miss  Velma] nexed to Belgium was found yesterday
Hie niece of the  afternoon in the   acceptance by   the
" ladles, iieinK maAc    ,neI chamber of deputies commission    of
'nl nf I'liah malum !,,ivir.a_ f,.,.���.! clause  seventeen of  the    annexation
Scheme, Including the colonnil charter
which provides for government oi
the natives under Belgian rule. The
debate In the chamber will begin in
April.   Supporters of the treaty Clalri
monopoly.
Newton R. Hrown stated that AC
bad made the motion at the meeti.g
of the licensing board on this subject for (lie reason that there are
many hotels In the city thai are unfit
for men to live in, and thai by llmi'-
lug the number these would be induced to improve their premises to
provide for the business offered.
Petitions Circulate.
The council also gave the water
committee i>ower to act with regarl
to the request of McDonald and Bar-
net for a water pipe to their mill Oti
i-ulii island.
New Bank Bill Passes
Ottawa, March 27.���The bill for 'ie
incorporation of the Hank of Vancouver  passed  the senate  committee fo-
h. mature advice from I clause seventeen of th*
frtj lu' ,ncldental to the gossip
l-ilm ,,:,''"nine�� Rave a solo,
E> fa,'8!>-�� and Miss winter'.
l"K'H   With ..     ,
\n ��� citations.    Miss Card
,,    K,h"ri"^on    contributed    a
1 l l to have a majority of thirty-five
IW Mrs
"This h My 37th Birthday"      "
Dr. Lu
Luis Toledo Harrarte.
Toledo Harrarte, the Guatemalan minister at VVasblnglon,
" "����� in the
dty or Guatemala, March 28,  1871, and received les
c, - Private college and later graduated from the National
titute.   in ixs_ ,.��� .......i.,.,.,,���.i i��� ,��,.. .ohn/.i of medicine
an(i Phar
Niooi. Bn
In 1888 he matriculated In the school of
be next five or six years were passed In study in the
' lhl' civil service of that country.    Dr. Harrarte begai
iii-si,,,'"",""' career iU  Madrid in 1892 as attach* to the Bpecial coui-
by his government to take part in tho celel.ration of the
' America,   i- mm. i... ...... o.���.,,i���.,.,i firm aaeretary to the
disc
,8ton
oven
un��emaian
** confer, ,,
��of(
��tai ,
iert��a,    In 1909 he was appointed first secretary
nation to Brazil and a delegate to the third I'an-Ame.-i-
���'" Wo de Janolro.    A year ago he succeeded to the
extraordinary ami minister plenlpotent'ary to the unit d
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::-:;:��� ,.:i.:ii"ii ;!^';::-'?:":
Methodist Minister Believes
Lord Intended All People
to Mix and Be Happy.
Aid. Johnston was rather annoyed d;,v ��"�������� Question, and is therefore
at the attitude of the commlsslonors we" on lts Jfa>' t0 receive the consent
i/nd expressed his opinion that tH.y;"f the ll���*r H��HM "f I'arllame,.:.
were not invited to meet the eOUSClI navte* alre,ld>- '"" lta fourBe ln ',,',
for the purpose of killing the recom- | Comm011*- __      __
nieiidations. but that by informal discussion an amicable understanding
might be arrived aL He understood
that there were two large petition.
being circulated, one ln favor of tie
raising of the license, the otb *
against. Where was the city at with
regard to this question under thes"
circumstances ? He suggested th it
steps be taken to bring It before the
people as a referendum wherv\ the
other by-laws go before them.
Favors Publicity.
Mr. daggers here repeated hla former assertions and further announced
that he had come to the meeting with
the full intention to walk right out
again If there were no reporters present.
Aid. Henley stated1 that the raising
of the licenses would be a set back to
the growth ot the city. N. R. Brown
explained that It was the Intention to
raise the standard of the remaining
hotels, and all new hotels, and this'
the city would be benefitted Instead of
injured.
Aid. Fader had been I'stening car?-
Heading for the Gold Fields
Nelson. March 27.���If lt develoo,
during the next few weeks that the
reports of the gold discoveries on In-
genlKa river have not been exaggerated, a small party from Nelson wiil
leave for the new field. They will outfit at Quesnelle, and build their own
boat, in which they wlll make, ihe
ascent of the Flnlay. The proi-ose to
carry with them enough food to last
them at least six months. Ihclud-.!
In tiieir freight will be a quantity of
seed onions and potatoes, radish, let-
luce and cabbage seeds. These they
will cultivate and hope by ivnriy
autumn to have any quantity of veg.-
lables. It Is their Intention at tbe
present ilme to leave Nelson about
April 10.
TWO VIEWS ON JAPANESE FARMING COLONY
Edmonton,    March    27.���Rev. T. C,
Buchanan, of Gslgary, Buperlntendeiil
of AK-thodist missions Ifl Alberta. In i
missionary sermon In Mr Donga I
Methodist church last evening, sai 1
the heads of fifty .lap families would
arrive In Calgary In a few days io
setde on the Irrigation lands near Calgary. He' believed the Asiatics shou d
be allowed to come to Canada for he
thought the Lord Intended the people
of the earth to Intermingle. 1
He believed  that instead of tryiu,
to keep them out Canada should stri /e
to uplift them and better their eondl
tlon, and deplored the action of   tb?
Farmers Resent Influx of
Asiatics and Scheme is
Held in Abeyance.
fully to t.ie dealt.-, and at this pol-it, Br-tieh Columbia mob recently,
Calgary, March 27.���The colony or
.Inpanese farmers may not come lo
Alberta this spring. In a letter received by .1. Kvenard Runlons, from
B. R- Nagatany, at Tokyo, who ls arranging for the colonisation, he says
that he will ibe over next month to
consider whether It Is advisable to
bring the Jap farmers over now or
not. If he decided adversely they will
be kept at home for another year.
The strong * feeling agaiaift tut.
Asiatics isVwhat is making Mr- Hagi-
tany hesitate. He says that everything else is satisfactorily arranged.
and that the\ company is pleased
with the results of his work In Can-
adn.
'Seattle, March 27.���Federal troops
were ordered from Haines yesterday
afternoon to give protection to Lhe
Treadwell mine, at Treadwell, Alaska,
where the striking miners are thread
oning Violence, One company was ordered to leave Haines With a machino
gun last night. The troops were or-
deied out as the result of an appeal
from the-citizens of Juneau and at tho
request of Acting Governor Distin,
through the department of the Columbia, at Vancouver.
According to dispatches received by
United States Marshal Shoup, who was
;n (be city all day yesterday, leaving
last night on the Dolphin for Junei.i,
ihe a tnation is critical and sorio i<?
trouble is expected.
Elgh. hundred of the miners and
laborers, moBtly foreigners, went on a
strike Wednesday night, and yesterday stole ten kegs of dynamite from
the mine stores. The dispatches re-
ceived by Mr. Shoup from his deputy
state ib.'.t the miners threaten to blow
up the mine works when the troop',
hind on Douglas island, and it is nov
known that they have sufficient ex-
I Ios-.yk; '.o r.'i\ out the threat.
Haines i.s about eighty miles trim
Treadwell and the troops would reach
Douglas island in about ten hours
from the time of departure,
About 200 men are still at work iu
the mine, and notice was given by the
strikers yesterday that unless these
men quit work today an attack woukI
be made tm Uifln by the 800 men who
have walked out.
In messages to Marshal Shoup >vs-
terday his chief deputy stated that th-?
situation had gone beyond his control,
and that unless the troops were called
out it would be impossible to preserve
order and protect the Treadwell miue
from destruction by the strikers.
The trouble was considerably aggravated yesterday when It was learned
that about 150 non-union miners we.y
on the way to the mine. These men
were due to arrive at Treadwell on
the City of Seattle at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but the last message
received by Marshal Shoup, a few
minutes before the departure of th>.
Dolphin at 9 o'clock last night, stated
that tlie boat had not arrived and that
she was probably being held at
Ketchikan until the troops land on the
Island and restore order.
In the last message received by
Marshal Shoup it was stated that the
niineri. were In an ugly mood ��ui 1
ripe for trouble, but that no serlojT
riots hud yet occurred.
A great mkny of the strikers era
armed, nnd in addition to the ten
kegs of dynamite stolen yesterday it
Is believed they have a large amount
of dynamite that has been stolen and
stored away while the trouble boa
been brewing.
Marshal Shoup will reach Junea<i
Sunday night and immediately on Ir-1
arrival will take charge of the situation. The troops that have been ordered to go to Douglas island are under the command of Col. Green andi
consist of one company of the Tenth
Infantry. |
A dispatch from Vancouver said that
Oen. Daniel H. Brush, In command of
the department of the Columbia, received a message this morning fromi
Acting Governor Distin requesting Hut
the troops be oalled out. The message stated that 800 of the miners hficjl
gone on a strike and that the United
States marshal feared serious trouble
and waa unable to control the situation. Gen- BruBh laid the situation
before the department ��t Washington,,
and late yesterday afternoon the. VifW-
clal order was sent to CoT. Green, of
the Tenth Infantry, to go with one
company and a Galling gun to Treadwell, and to hold the other company in
readiness io follow should it be needei.
The company that has been ordered to Treadwell is the same company
that took charge of the slfua-fon w%sn
the miners went out on a strike ln-st
April.
Dominion Notes Missing.
Toronto, March 27.���Two Mftkag^s
of Dominion of Canada one and two
dollar notes are reported missing from
an express car on a Grand Trunk railway train which left Toronto at 5:80
last night for Barrte and OetltntwoeC
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vi.... ��� a-i  many   r-sitors    -i
well as a boat of from
tiji;.. ���        ..  ..���   .     All     - Ij
'I.-... large   I ��� .nlities of ;<:   .
ng brought    to tb-    mark ?
bci..:.ng, and .��� lit the quant!
_ in all classes was large.   The'
dem_-.-,. wet ?..-> .-..?��;''.han usua. -.  i
noti .-.-��� .--..   i.ed at the close of Lhe
,   I
ma.-/.'--, except potatoes, for wnich tuts]
Ba.'-_ ue  .-. .  ���'.: limited.
^_<_ most noticeable feature of thi)
lay. business  was a further decliaej
tn the price of eggs, thia time in re-,
JtaiJ as wt-ii as    in  wholesale      Last,
week  the wholesale price  fell  three;
o-.:r- from ih> ... v,-_ei;, making
it 22c; a further fall yesterday brought
die market pria to 20c   Retail pric.
or',,.-- anotbfi  :. ��� ���   cents,  tbe    price
paid being 25c a d028n, the lowest j
Large quantities of eggs offered was
the cause of the break, but all  v, ���_.
ilsposed at the figures named  befoi ���
the close of the morning.
i       demand for meats of all I
was  .   ..;���  and although there w
much  iarger  supply than usual,    tb
whole was cleared at the ruling
���'   ' .<- past few weeks.    Mutl ...
short of the demand,    and    a
quantity of pork offered was   ill
Bi quotations.   The prices wen    ;;��� ��� ,
bin I ���<��� to ���":. tore 6%c to 7<    m it! ��a
12c to 13c;  lamb   He;    veal,    ...   I-.
ium tic, large 8c to 9c;  pork D    tpl
��fcc
Thei e a good offi ring oi fowl
and .. fo in Ian adj Bale at from ?*���
to $9 a dozen, some of the finer fclrla
fetchlng as high a. $10. Chicken w. e
not very plentiful ... sol | ��� from
$>; to ���<���
Tbe - ippl] ol apples Is gradually
growing less and yesterday there w;._
a decided shortage. The price, how-
ever, remained the -arm-, fl.25 for the
ordinary grade oi fruit, Si.50 tor the
better varieties, hi vegetables there
were parsnips���the first offered this
season���ai 75c pi, Beck and turnips -t
the same figure, the sales, howe. >r, te-
ing limited at. the price.
The Block auction was the larger
this year, a large number of horses
of all classes changing hand.; at good
prices. Several One heavy draught
horses were sold -n prices tha' v, ���
low for this class of horse. Afte"
Auctioneer Trapp had vacated the
square, a new auctioneer, J. Travers,
of Sapperton, took up the hammer and
disposed of a quantity of stock
1
7 JSr PREFERRED STOCK
OF  THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
Owners of the Townsite of     PORT MELLON.
HEAD   OFFICE,  313  CORDOVA   81
Howe Sound,     25 miles from Vancouver
EET.  VANCOU1. ER.  B. C-
I er share.   Each 100 shares
from
We recently offered for subscription the Brsi I ������ Pr-fewnce shir-:- ��� 1 tbis corporation, in Block.
of ! ���" ar Jl-0'.' per share, each 100 shares ent tied I a bonus of 55 sbar-.s of Preference Stock: thii
first issue was immediately taien  up  by  the   sale   and   guarantee 1   option.
WE   NOW    CFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second Issue ot 100,000 Preference jiiares. in Biocks of 169, at 1
entitled to a bonus of 15 shares oi Prefe.e_.-e ..���.ock.
The third and subsequent issues a:- - i    -  sold a: par  or at a premium to be announced
ro time by the Board of Diro'.ors.
WHEN COMPLETE. THIS MODERN PLANT WILL HAVE A CAPACITY OF 180 TONS OF NEWS
PAPER. AND 270 TONS OF ALL   GRADES   OF   WRAPPING   PAPE".   PER   WEEK.
SPECIAL  NOTICE.
The Company reserves tha right to reject any or all subscriptions, and further reserves the right ��� i
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the general public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second Item ��� ' is oversubscribed yea
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third issue of Preference Stock.   No bonus stock alio./-
ed after the second issue.
The Preferred Stock is entitled to an ar.r.ia! dividend of 7 per cent, commencing November 1, 190.
but unlimited as to further dividends���L e . after 7 per cent has bean paid upon the Preferred and'Common, both stocks tbereaf--.-: participate equall . There is no reason why this s:ock should not pay from
30 to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now ru.shing the ���'��� .   P<       i-    >tt, 25 miles from Vancouver, on the first unit of this -���������������
lant, which i3 to hav- a wee'-:     capacit lbs. of wrapping paper, and which we hope to have iu
operation by July 1, 1908.
Remember, there i- no gro     1 in; no inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the enter-
I rise
Within one year th   stock of thii ition will be selling at 3 hand--::.- premium���then ll  w\\\    -
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
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Tbe public are cordially Invited  to visit our demonstrating plant    313   Cordova   street.  V
and witness the manufacture of wood  pulp   and  paper.
Open Saturday evening until 3 o'clock,
Dl RECTO ft S. E_~��
BfLVESTER G.  FAT/LKNEPa. President British Columbia"'!".'!.-. Corporation.
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Sapperton Home
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W. H. K. C0L_.18T._R, Manag ���.
Albion Iron Works, Vanco i-
ver.
J, DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart. Ltd ,
Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
FREDK. APPLBTON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria
ALD. W- ' CAVANAGH, Member \y .1 Cavanagh & Co.
Vanco iver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C . Soe.
C. E , P. L. S., D. L. S , Co-i.
En?., formerly C ty K:.- :ic-'r
of Vancouver.
FPaED SMITH, member Smith.
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, B. C.
H. M. BCRRITT. Western Manager Corticelli Silk Co.. Vancouver, B. C.
J.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General Manager West London Paper Mills. London,
Er.zland.
CAPTAIN H. A. MELLON, 1 P.,
American Lloyds Agent. �� ���-
EUSTACE H. JEN'NS. Barrister, etc., Vancouver, B. C.
CEO. E. CATES, Cates Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver, B.C.
GREELY KOLTS. formerly Gen-
ei >: Manager Pacific C i3l
Soda  Co.
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Too late after Monday
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
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FOR	
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PRINTING
Windsor Block. Front Street.
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CAN  UE  ARRANGED AT  THIS  OF-'
FICE.
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Limited
COLUWBIA STREET
COLUMBIA   STRETET
JBlrttlr ����c��ruin r���n r.ptnloa tr,
m-erition ti prflh��t Ir MUptaUa,
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j��i).t.���_ '.f any MteoUSa )'.��im].    Tetmi tot
u'*'.'*���*'���'���/ J T��a*tpo��UM pnpald,   */M by
Mmth96^^ New York
MMB 0��f��, ��� V BU WMt,i_/t'.tj. li. C.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
I El.ard Bloirk. New Westminster, B. C
.Next   sailings   of   the    Empresses
April :_ and April IT.
For   nr'.r-   .'a��e�� and partlcal ��."-
app.    i
ED. UOULET,
C  P. R Agent.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Eteett-Bt Inm Snriee Bthmi
LmC&g*9r LOMM^
Fianm ton, Tortmto,
Montreal, Quebec,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
foi CONRAD, CARCRO.SS. AT. \,|
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON m��
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trams [aa
Sunday)    raTrying   ^..-scngfrj, __k.|
express    and    freight   cfrintc:   *nl
itages at Carcro.s anj Whitt Hr��J
maintaining a through wint.r ^rns|
Foi  information ^pply to
J.   H.   ROGERS, Traffic M.uur.J
Vancouver   R  r
Canadian Pacific |
RAILWAY COMPANY
R. IVflLES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and H* Water fitters, Etc:
Repairs of all kindtt driven special attention. Sewer connectiona made.
Moderate Charges. i'hone   A .177
Front St. New Westminster
THE
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
DAILY
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THE SCENIC RAILWAV C*
AMERICA, runnins through flr�� c_a
sleepers, tourist an-1 Hntag ^a:j Ie w
dally at  3:1..;   mftkM    t_ose cos-**
i ortiand, Bostos, ����� p--i. cMwge ^- >^-- w*i
States polnta.
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or to __. .1. C '   ��� !
And all the principal-b��eines��center8 of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MART-
TIME PROVINCES.
N
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FOR QUICK returns;
Also to BUFPA'LOt NEW YORK an*
PHILADELPHIA; via Niagara Falls. !
For Tim* Tablea. etc., arlflress
GEO.  W.  VAJX.
Assistant Cen'l Passen^r and Ticket,
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.    i
Asst. Genl.  Pass   Agt, Vsncwirer.
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OUR BIG SALE has proved a success fa- beyond our expectations.
Hundreds of purchasers went away well sallied fhat they received
the hest bargains ever offered in the city,
A Few SPECIALS  For SATURDAY
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Men's Suits, in fine tweeds, worsteds and serges,
regular $15.50 to $18.50.    Sale-price   .   .   $8.75
Youths' Strong School Shoes; regular $2.   SaJJe price  $1.00
Suit Cases; regular 3.50.   Sale price  .. 1 45
"Big 3," "2 in 1" and "Blacko" Shoe Polish, to clear at  . Sets
Boys' all wool Sweaters; regular 1.00 and $11.25.   Sale peace     50c.
Boys' strong School Shoes; regular 1.75.   Sale price      90c.
Men's 50c and 75c Caps.   Sale price     35c
Bib Overalls, sold everywhere for 90c.   Sale price      65c
Men's Suits,, fine tweeds and worsteds: regular
12.50 to $15.   Sale price       .      .      .      $5.25
Men's 40c Braces.   Sale price  25c
Towels; regular 30c.   Sale price, per pair  1*
Men's Fine Cashmere Hose; regular 35c.   Sale price, per pair  20c
Collar Button sets,, with cuff links; regular 75c and 1.00.     A snap at  15c
Menls Pants in tweeds; regular 1.75 to 2.25.   Sale price, pair  l0��
Men's all wool Sweaters; regular 1.50 to $2.   Sale price.. ,  85c
LOOK   POR   THE   BLUE   SIGNS
Store Open Evenings THI 8 p. nn,
WESTMINSTER CLOTHING COMPANY
Columbia St., New Westminster
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MARCH 28, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
SEALED
undersoil''1
I tie
|er tot
TENDERS  addressed   to
nd endorsed "Tea-
to the Post Office
iterations
Victoria.
D, C���" will.be re-
ce until Wednesduy,
.ildin..
ILedat ,llls """''
If , ��� t   inclusively, for the con.
i.pr.l��� ''
I strue"011
0f the alterations to the Post
|rce Building at Victoria, B. C.
p!au- and specification can be sean
forms of tender obtained at this
Ipartmentand on application to W 1-
L Henderson, Esq., Resident Archill, Victoria, B. C.
persons tendering are notified m..
tenders wi
made on t
|d signed with their actual    Blgna
I tares.
Each tend
lyanaccepl
not be considered unlu.n
;.tinted  form    supplied.
must be accoinpiiniel
1 cheque on a charter _d
��� , ,.K],. payable to the order of the
Enorable the Minister of Public
jvorkH, equal to ten per cent, (lu p.c.)
���of ihe amounl of the tender, which
Km:, forfeited if the person tender-
decline to enter into a contract
���Mien called upon to do so, or fall to
Bomplete the work contracted for. If
���tlie lender be not accepted the cheque
Mil be returned.
The Departmenl does not bind Usalf
|io accept the lowesl or any tender.
By order,
FRED   GELINAS,
Secretary,
|!i.    tn enl ol  Public Works,
0     xa., March 19, 1908.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREfcT.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
���, ...        .Ill nol be : aid for 'bis j
pvertisem tit if t hey Inserl it without
|    :.- 'ii- Department.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
- ���   The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKI.MJ BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY,
" Th* JiapU Leaf ForeVer"
We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because .! is Canadian.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
LIQUOR INTERESTS
ARE ORGANIZING
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Fifty Million Dollar Combine Is Formed in Eastern
Canada Among Brewers.
IS MADE IW CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
ACRES. Four acres cleared. Between
this city and Burnaby lake. Splendid
fruit lard. Adjoining land is held at
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TKT OVMY -
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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SEALED TENDERS addressed to.
pi mdersigned, and endorsed "Tcn-|
I'   toi Examining Warehouse, Win-
Bg, Man.," will lie reeeived at this |
Joffire until FRIDAY, March  20, 1908,
���ti tor tl e 'lection of an Ex-
(������ Warehouse    at    Winnipeg, i
j i
puitoba.
Plana and  specifications    can    I e
���seen and tonne >,: tender obtained at
Ith;- Department   and  <>n  application
|o Joseph Qn i afield, Esq., Supt. Pub. !
Bldgs., Winnipeg,  Man.
Persons ivndpring are notified that !
Renders will not be considered unless
Inud.  on the  printed   form  supplied, i
land Blgned   with   their   actual   signn-1
I tares. ���
i-ach tender muBt be accompanied I
Iby aa accepted cheque on a charter-
ro bank, made payable to the order
cifib^ Honorable the .Minister of Pub-
He Works, equal to ten per cent (10
PC) of the amounl of tlie tender,
thi.Ji win De f,)rteitw, |f the pe-son
petering decline to enter Into a con--
WW when oaiiej ���,wn to do m or if
fcfall to complete thc work contract-
H for, If the tender be not uccept-
|H the cheque win ba returned.
T&�� Department does not bind It-
p* to accept the lowest or nny ten-
ia" By orter,
FRBD.  QBLINAS,
. Secretary,
���wpartmenl of Public Works,
Ottawa, Ye. iruary 21,  1908.
Jfowapapers  will   not  be  ptild   for
PI-dvertlseowat  if they  Insert  it
Fiout authotitp Aram the Depart-
-ent.
New Westminster Branch,
B. LYLE,  Mgr.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
3r3nches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and iu London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and -Mexico City. A 'leu
eral Banking Business Transacted,
ettcrs of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year. >���
total Assets over $168,000,000.00.       r"-'
N^W WE8TMIN8TER BRANC H 'I   D   BRYMNER. Manage
Montreal, March _T���A fifty million
dollar combine of brewing and liquor
Interests is underway here in order to-
take up the defence against the Dominion Alliance anti-Alcoholic league,
and   oilier temperance    organizations
which are threatening the prosperity
of  the  irade.
The liquor movement, so far, ^s ���
provincial and was inaugurated ut ;o
meeting here today, at which it was
claimed that the fifty million dollars
of capital invested in the liquor traffic was represented. Lawrence A.
Wilson, the Tammany leader, stale 1
that the position was becoming serious with a concerted movement toads
by the French clergy and press lo
secure more drastic liquor laws, which
had already resulted in a petition
with lutl.OOO signatures being sent to
ihe Quebec legislature asking for n
general reduction In licenses. It was
decided by the liquor interests to send
a big delegation to Quebec to combat
ibis move, and use every influence
towards preserving the law in statu
quo. The liquor men contend that
the reduction of licenses will no.
diminish the evils of the traffic.
Get cn the voters' list.
IS
CHURCH
SERVICES
Phone 192
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Trains & Steamer*
8:86, 11: J*.
.��:.��.
arrives    12:4i,
. ��P-R.   MAIN   LINK.
-wave Mem W��tti___it.r
lb;1'r'. 17:liu, is:40.
Arr've   New    Westminster
���������, 18:30, l.K:2... 10:35
^ Overland   ni>Mm
���eaves 15:15,
l��Tw (^'{TI1��HN RAILWAY.
K "��� w. |.88 ���.m.; a,.. Seattle 10 p.*.
L,. x''w'��� * Y -VANCOUVER
Vwcouvw 8.86 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
Leavi. Nv "T^ORTOUICHaN.
arnv        w w����tm-*ter 3:00 p.m..
*rrlv�� Qulchon 6 ���.,n.
Mmnmraetar.r. and Dealers in AH Kind* at
Lumber,   Lath,  Shingles,   Mouldings,  Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
m*M***M\**M\^*p*Wm0*9
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Children's Wear
Before beginning to make the Misses' and Children's Dresses,
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We are sure you will be convinced that it ls much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We will be pleased to show you everything.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  ��� 275 Columbia Street
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel. 16.
O. E. Gilley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros.. Ltd.
WHOLESALE AS'D RETAIL   D..ALERJ- IM
(Contributions for this column must
be left at the office of tho News before
0 p.m. on Fridays, The omission of
any church notice from this coluini
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party, i
Sunday,  March 29.
HOLY TRINITY���Celebration ofthe
Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins,
Litany and sermon 11 a.m. Evensong
f.nd sermon 7 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30
p.m. Pastor's morning topic: "Is
Jesus Christ Divine ?" Evening topic:
"Are Our School Children Safe ?"
OLIVET BAPTI8T���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Morning subject:
"The Man of Decision.'' Evening:
"Heart Thinking"; the fourth in the
series of "Heart Life."
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B. A.
Sand, pastor. Service Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday ln the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. During
Lent special services will be held on
Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 p.m.
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Register today,      * |-
U
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V> WeitmlMter 8
"Onflayi, w
8. 0. el;
tn���, arrive New
���0 a. m.
'dnesdays and Fridays.
L| v.   ECTWC-VANCOUVBR.
(HU? Werttm,n������r 6.60. 6.60, 1
Utar thin' m every h��l�� ��our there
,    " u n. m.
S*uSjm?w tor Wert-rinstw at
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAO OFFICE, TOMMTO.
I B. E. WALKICR. President ALEX.   LAIRD. General  Manager.
A general Bssfc-Pg business transaded.   Aeeourt�� may be opened and con-
4\icted by mail wi-b all branches ot this bank.
SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT. *
Deposits cf $1 am- upwurds received.   Interest ailowed at current rates and |
added Quarterly.   The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal *f the whole or any jwrtion ot the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H. R. DAVIDSON. MuafM.
Jhe Milwaukee"
Thi
ChicSne'LL!mited",,St,P.ul  to
Line" Omaha  to
West    Limited"
RlS?.8,-"8ou*
No
>n��a_ Ci
'Mlroid
liiiitis
(y (o Chicago.
service   on   any
m   the
���Mp*,? .{J* *orJd th-t equal in
***** (. Z { ',{ the Chicago, Mil-
^wn ' '  	
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement. Roaebank Llml, M. Q. Pottery Vitrified Pips, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; ClaybUrn Pressed,
Mantel, and Firs Brick, Fire Clay, Garter*ig Firs Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coat, Common Brick  Sand, Qravtl and Crushed Rock.
ThO Ladles' Aid society ot Koos
church, Sapperton. proposes holding a
ten and sale of work In the church
parlor on Tuesday ev-nlng, March 31.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to the
public to attend.
'���_. .._..._��� ���~.      ^u* y��ur ~am�� en the Hat.
**n
New Wellii^gion
CO^aL
MAYORS 4? PRESTON
A dress ctttfhg and flUiffg class hO_>
been added to the Industrial scha��JJ
classes which are being held in the
Central school on Saturday afteffloonsi
for girls ovwr fourteen years of age
and married women. A small monthly
tee Ih charged for the Instruction
given, the proceeds being devoted to
the children's ward fund.
Too late after Monday.
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
P. O. B
AM   345
���Phone   105.
OFFICE: Fgn SJtiEB 'FOOT OF Sill ��� - NEW WESTMINSTER
We have just received
J-, HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
ind,
giv,
���jrvi
���iik|
'���St,  pau] Railw
^'^ their own a
They
own sleeping
7 ��n .in their trains and
''""��  ��n  excellence  of
,fc___L��l!iewhere.
At Ry a 119s Drug Stor a ^,m w^r.
" I     ipdlnlly trade a specialty.
English and American Billiard Table*, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
itoek.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
I'lione  A2UH8.
P. O. Box 1186
Send your clilldreii and have their eyei tested
Eight street
Bowling Alley, Pender St.
VANCOUVER
and you are invited to ��_
without doubt the fineit selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever croned
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant TaSbr
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T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
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The New
Shades For
Men
ii e u ling Elephant's Brtath, Greya
and Browns are shown in great array
a�� my store. All the fashionable
checks are Included also. Look over
my Bpring woollens before ordering
jour spring suit. There are no finer
fi.br.C9 in all Canada.
MORGAN
ment has been sent broadcast "Mixed" Marriages in Ontario,
throughout the land by the Conserve-1 Kingston, March 27.���A Protestant
fives tii.'t only the worst class of lm-1 clergyman ol EClsgsl in, stated tha-
migrants arc being brought to Cana-I since the "pope's proclamation forbid-
da These figures would furnish surf.LI ding priests of the Roman Catho'ic
cent repl; to the illegations made, and | church to perform mixed man:���,_;.���-.
-!.������ also the encouraging informatitii j he had married three young CathoUc
that the population problem of Ca.i-lladi, s to Protestant young men. Their
ada Ls being BOlved in a highly <!������-.- K-t'cn in marrying Protestants pre-
1 manner. vents '���'��� em from receiving sacraments
 Ioi theii     irmer church hereafter.
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
B. C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub- i
(ishing  Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices, corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets. New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
THE MARKET. '
The ire kly market comes and go:>._
I and the average citizen does not reil-
j ize the extent to which the market is
helpful to the city.    We tealize that
there is a flagrant abuse of the market
' privileges, in that the best   of every-
' thing in  the meat  line is sold    ov-..r
, night or early in the morning to purveyors  for  the  Vancouver trade  and
that the residents of this city who put
. up the cost of running    the   market
j have to take the coarse joints or noth-
! ing.   There is also the abuse of   pur-
; chasers  meeting  the  chicken   vend.)-
ere he reaches the vicinity of the mar-
j ket and other abuses which the mar-
'. ket committee could rectify   if   they
: WOUld,
Get on the  voters' list.
'k-
Wednesday, April 1st
Breaking the  Laugh Record
WINNER OF GRAND
NATIONAL   STEEPLECHASE
<_s SEfr/iSiJ. ���
SATURDAY,   MARCH  28.   1908
HEALTHY FINANCIAL CONDITION.
The linancv;.. of the country are in a
healthy condition. A statement issued
by the Department of Finance for Lhe
eleven months of the current fiscal
year, .-hows a total revenue of $87,-
607,299, being an increase of $_,629,-
71. over the corresponding months cf
1906-07, and $49,777,52] greater than
in 1896, when the Liberal Government
assumed office. ,->
The total expenditure on consolidated fund account for the eleven
months was $.0,720,353, an increase of
$10,735,686. The total expenditure on
capital account was $25,768,48?. cf
Which $20,183,830 was for public
works, railways and canals, including
the construction of the National
Transcontinental Railway.
Th�� surplus of tne total revenue
oyer the total expenditure for the
eh ven months ending February ;s
$1,118,458, For the month of February the total revenue was $6,577,020, a
decrease of $740,793 aa compared with
the corresponding month last year.
Liverpool, March 27.���The Grand
National steeplechase of three thousand sovereigns, including a trophy
valued at 12. sovereigns, on the Grai.l
.National course, distance about four
miles 856 yards, was won today by
Major F- Douglas Pennant's Rublo.
William Cooper's Mattie McGregor was
second, and P. Whltaker's The Lawyer
III. was third.    Twenty horses ran.
In
"SIS"
New  York
A Screamingly Funny Farce Founded on the Merry Hoosier Lass' Visit :.j
the Metropolis.
The Greatest Laughing Play She
Ha. Had in Years.
Hiram,   Mandy,   Zeke  and   John   Wili
Help with the  Hilarity
V".t   can't   stop  a  trolly    car    by
-'.:. Itn on  the track."���"Sis."
Admission 25c, 50a, 75c and $1.00.
Notice of Dissolution
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���To buy new    and    ssconJ
:id furniture. . Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired.   Speck & Cran-
I,  Pronl street, near tram off.ee
FOl'ND-ON SIXTH STREET, A
ring with small ruby. Owner
may have .same by calling at 340
Agnes street, proving property and
paying for ad.
H
*TS   RETRIMMED   AND   MADE
over.     Price    reasonable.    1\,
Auckland street, A. L. Bishop.
FIOR SALE���FIRST CLASS FA.M-
ily cow, fresh, large flow very
rich milk. Price $75- Apply Kennedy's, Second street, between Queens
and Third avenue.
We will furnish your
furni$hin4s MrDr.
rpHREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
J- to rent on Columbia street. Apply P. O. Box 647, City.
T7.ARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP.
-��- skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 500 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
�� &ifO*}ti.��
W
ANTED���PUPILS    (EVENINGS,
in    English   subjects,  classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
F
Put your name on the  list.
Sis  Will   be   Here  Wednesday
"Hurray" for Posey   County.    "Ih-
; jiana" 1     That's  where    "Sis"     hall,
from, and she Is coming with her company of dancers,    joke    tellers    and
fiddlers to iet light on a recent trip
' the hunch made to New York.    The-
i
r say that It's the funniest ever.   "Sis"
i has always proven a big card locally.
' but indications point to-her new show
1 as being the best she has offered.   It
j is called "Sis In New York" and will
I <   here on Wednesday, April 1.
w :
has
Put your name on the list.
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
nrtnership heretofore subsisting    be-
ween us, the undersigned, as    hard-
e merchants and general repairers,
this    day    bten    dissolved    by
mutual consent.
All debts owing to the sad partner-
hip  are to be  paid  to All >:.    Speck.
��� vho will tarry  on  the said  business
ender the  name  and  style of    "The
Alex. Speck Cycle Co.," and all claims
I against the said partnership are to be
presented to the said Alex. Speck, by
Vihojh the said claims will be settled.
Dated  at  New   Westminster, B.  C .
this 18th day of March, 1908.
ERNEST RUSHTON.
ALEX. SPECK.
Witness:    W. Norman Bole.
OR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORD-
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered.    T.
Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power Hou.se and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. f. O, Rox 4
N.y.
MH.   DHESSEH :
IF THE, LAUMDHy HAS KNOCKED 0UT\
yOWR SHIHTS AMD DHOKEM JJOI/'P COLLATtsl
AHOOM'D THE EDGES. TLAyED HAVOC W1Th\
yOUH CUFFS: IF VOU HAVE MADE HOLES In\
THE TOES OF yOUH SOCKS AMD AHE yor\
LUCKy EMOUGH TO HAVE SOMEHOW TO T>A"Rn\
THEM FOH yOU : IF yOU HAVE 7)-ROTPET)\
SOMETHING OM EACH OME OF VOVR NECK
TIES. OH. IF yOVR COLLAH HAS "CUT"; 07. if\
yOU MEED AMy FUTIMISHIMGS l OH you*
"BOT>y.   COME   TO   US.
WE SELL
STAH DHAMD AMD JAEGEH S WOOL. TAF
FETA   SHIHTS.
EMGLISH AMD CAMAD1AM MADE .NECK-
TIES.
ALL   THE   DEST   MAKES   OF   VMDEHWEA%
ALL 25 CEMT SOCKS AMD 50 CEMT .NECKTIES  AHE   MOT   THE   SAME   QVALITy.
LET US FUT.MISH yOLH. 7iOD$ AM 1> MAKE
IT   FIT   TO   LIVE   IM.
H. L. DeBeck
The Clothier and
Haberdasher
Opp. P.O.      New Westminster
per cent.
.147
30
.  si
81
BRITISHERS IN THE LEAD.
For  the  last   fiscal   period    ending;
March   81,   11)07,   British   immigration
to Canada totalled 55,71)1, an Increase
of  18,170 over  the  same    period    ofl
11)05-6.    The Increase in  English immigration was ..7 per   cent,    and    In I
Scotch immigration 84 per cent. S.nci
ID01-O2 the ratio of increase lining- i
-i-sh   immigration,  year  by  year,  Iris i
been as follows:
1801-02   39
1902-03 us
W03-0.   la
1904-05  30     ������     ���'
1005-06   33     '<     ���.
1906-07   :j;     ������     ������
-Scotch ltrfmigration has Increased us
follows:
"I!?1-02  ��3 per een'.
1902-03	
1903-04	
1904-05	
1906-07	
A further examination of the statistics proves .beyond a doubt thai Can-
Bda ' ��� "'" preference as a field for
em-'-ration, noi excepting the Unll d
' '" By far the gjeater number of
immigrant, to the Dominion hail fron
""��� "l'"h"'- country, The objectl/e
'���""" '"' B^tl��h emignation is shifting
u> Canada, ai win ba
'"wing figures:
U.8.     Can.
1*1.817   14,780
... 85,943    61,268
Tbe' Conservative
it.  appear  lhat the   I'nlled   Stales    It
.retting a bettor class of Immigrants
than Canada, although the flgurea
���how that   more   citizens   of   Great
Britain are coming to Canada than to
the United States.
The most   remarkable   feature   is I
*-l OUt of 1,285,049 immigrants, m.\
terlng the United States, according tot
Vigures given by Mr. Uurtah Wilson, a I
very email proportion were British. I
OM of the comparatively small tof.jl
of Immigrants entering Canada la.t'
yar, six thousand more British sub- j
joctH came to Canada than
.United States.
What then becomes of the argument that the United States is getting
a more, desirable element than Ca.i-
��da, or that Canada is absorbing the
dregs of Europe 7
This disposes of another slanderois
attack made upon the Immigration
hranch of the Interior Department. It
wil Ue seen that British Immigrants
.ire coming to Canada In greatly Increased numbers, although the state*
ARE YOUR EY1
Troubling You?
!f  so, cove and have the-i
amined.      We make no cn"9S|
for testing \our eyes.   Alt ��.crk|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Oplici
Optica
Parlors   in T. Gi"srt'i|
Jewelry  Store.
Maple Ridge Fruit lands For Sale,
RUBBER STAMPSI
Vancouver by expert
with latest machinery
materials,  at  moderaie
Made   In
"        * * workmen,
Now lithe time to secure a block of'    and   best
thie valuable level land, while prlcee!    Prlc*g-
are low.    Land Is advancing in price  A. G.  Bagley   &  SonS|
In    this    well   settled  neighborhood.        410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Good   roads;     schocls,  churches   a^ , ..Bagley Makes Good Rubber S.arnp��."|
ether conveniences;   best  of shipping
facilities; only one hour's ride to Van-!
couver or Westminster.
seen by the foi. <
*~        i
Auk.     Cape.i
4,366    28,044
268    !),:.20      3,1-10'
attempt to make
[Low Cut Footwear
Apply to, the. Secretery Port Him
nond and District Improvement Association, Port Hammond, B. C.
Hides  Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery
���AT���
Electric Blue-PrintinL|
Maps,
to    the
We invite
attention to our choice and unusually handsome �� FfflSCF RlVCF TfllillL )
_-_>_.  I _.._. f..i   CL���_.        TL-     a     a-   ___    -r    1^1 New Westminster, B.C.       '
Thc
Arty Sii
Charts and Draftint \
Blue-
Vancouver   Map and
Print Cofl.p��y.
111 Seymour St., w
WESTMINSTER OFF/61
II. Neville Smith, P. C. !������;,,.(,
Crescent tm*
jj lines of Women's Low Cut Shoes.   The newest creations of
�� the world's best shoemakers are here.   Oxfords, Ties, Colonials, Pumps and Slippers, in many exclusive designs.   A display well worth any woman's time coming to see.   Prices run
from $1.25 to $4.50 a pair.
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House,  Ltd
Sign of the Big Electric Boot,  s New Westminster
Websdale & Hardwich
Builders and
Contractors...
| Ail kinds of carpenters work, General repairs and alterations. E..U-
mateg free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box  816.    Office   St.   Andrew.
Street, between Sth and Sth St.
NOTICE!
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Doz 145.
I ��wwwew��*��������ip��i ��� -��4
Our   office
THE    REAR
News  block
Sixth atreet).
is   I.cate.   i'1
of  the   D_:|y
(entrance from
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Dally News Block
NEW  WESTMINSTI'-'11
Phone 388
J
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ADVERTISE IN THK 1M,IjI * .���rUSOAV;
MARCH 2S,  1908,
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
paob mi
&*.-���*&&���
fMECASH STORES   T. H. SMITH   THE GASH STORES
The Spring
Opening
If this store side-stepped every time the
weather frowned, we'd never be ready for
any season.   But we go right along attending
to business without thought of anything but
to be supremely ready just a little before
anybody else.
Our Spring showing is a great attraction these
days.   The knowledge that spring is here is
causing enthusiastic buying from our superb
stock of new goods.
You know the best buyers are the early ones,
for the assortments are complete now.
Come To-Day.
a   rolce in the  public issues of    Lhe' lengthy and  varied  program will   b<*
day shou d an election come on wlth-j presented for the edification of all i i-
A meeting of the Children's Wa'd
society will be held this afternoon at
:; o'clock al the home of .Mrs. Ne's
.s'elson, Sapperton, for the general
business of the society.
of L. W. Embree vs. O.
claim for the 'value    of
decision has been given by
Too late after Monday.
loots  and  shoes
Judge Howay for
M< Ke(. with costs.
.50  in   favor of
New
Sons.
at   Kyle
&
DRESS GOODS.
A special offering of .N'ew
Dress materials. These come in
(am . . , :. Shepherd checks
and Scotch Tartan.-, also in
monotone stripe. Values up to
;,.,   Special ; rice, per yard 35c
S] ecial Une of imported
Tweeds, high -^rade goods in all
the calling shades. Values
to 75c, Special price, per
yard  35c
S'oti We sell the far famed
Alexandra Cloths at, per yard
$1.50 and    $1.63
EXCLUSIVE  DRESS  PATTERNS.
Ki ��� : bi fore In the history of
out store have we hid such a
ma ci nl assortment of exclusive t i igth3. In all the
fashionable shades and no two
aiiki Pi 1 suit length trom
$6.50 to   $10.50
STAPLES!     STAPLES!!
STAPLES! ! !
Good News for the Busy House-
w.fe.
WOMEN'S   COATS.
A special range of ladies'
covert cloth coats in tan, lox
back, nicely trimmed; regular
price $10.00. Special price $6.50
A  BIG  SNAP  IN  COATS.
These come in covert fancy
i >��� d. monotone and new stripe
effects, In tight fitting, semi-fit-
tlng and box lacks. Tliis is a
rattling good line at $15.00, but
t ) make a noise we are going
to sacrifice them at, each $10.00
SKIRTS AT  LESS THAN
COST.
It will soon be spring ckjaniiig
time and there are many th'ngs
.ou'll want to replenish the
lionie. with, om- house turn sh-
ing department is filled to over-
flowing ;tnd we have to sacrifice
to make room.
No. 1���L;ice curtains two and
a half yarda long; usual price
We. Our special price, per
"air 60c
No. 2���Lace curtains, three
v',: ; 'ng, beautiful designs;
u����al price $l.:)5.   Special, per
^ 96c
Cretonnes, over 250 pieces of
beautiful cretonnes, the biggest
Msortmenl ever see,, i���    New
:i '"-   Couie and have a
!l""';  usual prices per
20c,    30o    and    40c.
Spi
12i
Price,  per    yard
|C, ��.0c  and
10c,
,25c
A��T   SATEENS.
.  "' lM" "I <��ur stock ar-
;,;;      ^Yt they come in a
,;!'  '      ������"���'������!y of    colorings
JJ!   I,,,|irr" signs.     The
;���,"    '"' '"''' most   moderate,
!^1""'' .v:.r,l 20c. 25c, 30c, 35c
WHITE   QED   SPREADS.
j,A" '""' "lUteTed spreads at
^J^��1t regular prices.
AN   0^-ERlNG    IN    DOUBLE
BED  SHEETINQ.
liniar -      ��B   8Ven   ,ln,sh;
p.r yiir|  m' >'ar<i.   Special,
1.0 s ,',',", 25c
Sheet������,. ' English Wlgan
)()r   2 doubr* warp;   regular
��Urprlce   30c
This may look absurd, hut it
Is also too true. Thirty-five
skirts, all sizes, in plain vicunas,
fancy checks and stripes. The
regular price of these are from
|4.75 to $7.00, while they last
our price will be, each ... .$1.95
MOREEN  UNDERSKIRTS.
One htrhdred and fifty moreen
underskirts in navy, brown, rose la, myrtle, mauve, purple and
black. The regular price of
these are $1.50. Our special
price is    95c
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
���A big assortment of children's
dresses in ginghams, prints .and
English galateaa and white
lawn and piques, muslins in ten
different styles Including Duster's, sailor's and Nancy lyeo.
I'rices from 35c to $4.75
**nmmm***9m***m*9**w***************************~m*^*^^**mmm*,a**'******Wmm���^^���
UMBRELLAS!     UMBRELLAS!
only three dozen ladies' umbrellas In liloria silk, horn and
natural wood handles. Regular
price $1.60. Special while they
fast    Jl'10
SILK   UMBRELLAS.
Twenty-five silk umbrellas,
large size, silver and g"!'1
mounted, gun metal, and pearl
handles, besl paraxon frames,
barrel runners, In fact there's
nothing short of $5.00 values In
tho lot.    Special   $2.95
COMFORTERS.
Tho last of our winter's comforters. We have decided that
wo won't carry our stock of
theso goods over. There are
only four dozen left. The usual
price is $2.75 and $.t.00. To
ch>nr at  *1,90
************
***** pHnt, at 12,/2c,
The  House Value Built.
T. H. SMITH
Car 27, one of the older style of city
cars, has been placed on the city ine
in place of Xo. 58, which was thrown i
from the track on Thursday. The
Bearing of the latter was badly damaged and now lies on the side tra.k
pending repairs.
Time   is  getting short.     Register.
J. H. Hrownlee, C. B., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office In the Guichon blO<.k. Phone 338. ���
Hairy Zucchero, who for some
years has conducted the Europe cho:i
house near the tram office, yesterday
removed to his new premises, adjoining the Fraser hotel, Begbit}
street.
Dr. T. H. Levey, D.ntist, has moved
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. *���
The ex-torpedo boat Royal City ha^
been taken oui of tbe water and put
in dry dock at Lulu island, where It
will be entirely remodelled and fitted
up as a fast pleasure launch by the
owner. E. ,1. r'ader.
Ladies' and gentlemen's suits clean-
| ed, dyed and    repaired.    Royal   City
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
The young men of Queen's avenue
church Kpworth league propose giving
an entertainment in the Sunday school
room in .about a month's time, further
particulars of which will be announced later.
Kyle
al 25 c.
cSi Sons Have fresh ranch ei
'ii the next six months.
Get on the voters' list.
\n organ recital will lie
Queen's avenue Methodist chinch on
Tuesday evening, .March 31st, at S: 15
o'i took, by Howard C. DeBeck, assisted
by .Mrs. .1. 11. Diamond and the choir
of Queen's avenue .Methodist church.i
No admission fee, but a collection will
taken. **
An application was posted yestev-
day by the Clowhorn Falls Lumibar
Co., Ltd., for a thousand inches of
water for the purpose of running a
saw mill near- Salmon Arm. The
water i.s to be takeh from the Clowhorn river, which flows into the
Sechelt inlet at the head of the Salmon Arm on the Shuswap lake. The
application is made by the manager cf
the company, A. Hewitt,
The members of the Westminster
Union of Christian Endeavor societies
Will hold a rally on Monday everflng
in Olivet Baptist    church,    when    a
Register today.
The fire brigade answered a fals.>
alarm yesterday afternoon about I
o'clock, rung in from box 14, comer
of Dufferln and Columbia streets, it
is thought that the box was tampered
with without intention of doing harm
!).'. some children who were playing in
the vicinity.
tereated in Christian Endeavor work.
; Among those who will take part in '.he
program will be Rev. T. W.. Taylor,
Lven in4wlu> speaks on "Value of a C. B. Society to the Stranger"; Kev- V. A.
Magee, who will dilate upon the
"Value of a Junior C. E. Society";
Kev. D. McKenzie, who takes for hi".
subject "Value of a C. E. Society to
the Church," and H. O. Lamb, who
will address the audience on "The International Building Fund." During
the evening solos will be rendered by
A. Johnston, -Mrs. -H. O. Lamb and W.
T. Morris, while members of the
Queen's avenue church choir will render a quartette.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
DIED���At  Vernon,  B.   C,  March   27,
Clarence George,  only son of J. B.
Kennedy, M.P., aged 25 years and
11 mouths.
The funeral will take place from the
family lesidence, Columbia street, to
the I. O. O. F. cemetery, Sapperton,
on Monday. March _0, at 2:30 p.m.
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Eight cakes
Sons for 25c.
toilet soap  at.  Kyle
Men's clothing, odd pants, etc.,
it rived.   Kyle & Sons.
Get on  the voters' list.
just
* *
Becat se of a difference of opinion
concerning the ground where tbe
scheduled hockey match between th.3
Atlantas and the Vancouver hl'.?__
school girls should be played, the
game has been cancelled.
A favorite of the e.ite smokers, the
"Brilliante" cigar. **
A  masquerade   ball   was   bald   larJt!
evening   in   the agricultural   ha I    at
Central   Park-     A   large   number     of;
young people from this city attended
and a most enjoyable time was spent. I
Rushton's    orchestra    furnished    the
music'
Put your name on the list.
While in the east, it is nuderstood
that Mayor Keary will endeavor to
get in touch with the nieces of L-To
discoverer of the Fraser river, Simon
Fraser, and will try to induce them t.i
come to this city and take part in the
centennary celebration this summer,
commorating the event.
For cut flowers, tiouquets or Tun-
eral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B. 208- ���������
A basket social will lie given in the
I. O. O. F. hall ou Tuesday, March 31,
under the auspices of the West End
Methodist church. A good program
has been prepared. The ladles of
the congregation will provide the
baskets.   .
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Register today.
On Wednesday next the B. C. E. R.
will take over the wharf and .sheds
now occupied by Gilley Bros. This
property was sold to the electric nail-
way company a year ago. The new
office of Gilley Bros, further down the
river will by that time be ready f?r
iccupation, and the new wharf under
onstrnctlon will be almost complete!.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in B. C. Dominion Trust
block. **
Time   is  getting  short.     Register.
Harry F. Brine and C. J. McLean,
the new lessees of the Russell hotel,
will be formally introduced to tiPi
Westminster public at a banquet to
be' given at that hostelry on Tuesdiy
evening of next week. The function
will be presided over by E. J. Fader,
LEE'S
Handmade
Furniture
bought a piece of furniture which
but which you thought might serve
table,
Doubtless you have some time
was not exactly what you wanted,
the purpose. '   ���
And it wasn't long before yoi. bated the sight of that chair,
Davenport, or whatever it was.
You will never acquire a piece of Lee's furniture one day to grow
weary of It the next. It becomes 'an intimate friend and endears itself to you more and more as the time rolls by.
Perhaps you are unaware how much we manufacture ourselves.
Just ask the salesmen to show you over the factory at
I    ll        A      I *c MAMMOTH
JOnn A. Lee S furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73. COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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    ._-.__
who wlli Invite a number of prominent
The members of the West End ?n- j citizens to be present at the banquet*
tenwdiate lacrosse   club    will   ho'd
their annual   meeting  In  No,  $ Bra
hall on Tuesday evening of next Week,
!    The "Auto" clgat
favorite smoke.
is becoming
President J. Chappell being due fo call
the meeting to order at 8 o'clock.
Matters pertaining to the prospects
of the team for this season will be
discussed.
Remember the organ recital at
Queen's avenue Methodist church im
Tuesday next. **
Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
Register today.
I
It will be two weeks yet before lite
: dredge ls  launched, stated    Superin-
; tendent  Quigley yesterday.   Although
j.the  parts which delayed  the  launching, underwater fittings, hare arrive!,
it witl take that time to rivet them in
place.    There are still eight carloa Is
1 of machinery '     -ome for the dredge,
i which wi 1 I e delivered at the govern-
, ment wharf.
Burnaby   lake,
Minim, r collage.
Ideal   location   t >r
Boating, ilshlng a.id
swimming,   also  Al   place   for
growing.    Eighteen  acres, only
per acn .    white,  Shllea & Co.
Columbia   street.
Roister today.
fruit
$110
Wi
bran
growers
an
same   as
In
handling
used
Oreg ui
The first bona fide baseball club to
organize in  this city this season was
formally Launched yesterday afurnonn,
when  the  high  school  boys met an!
discussed diamond destinies for   the
season.    After the iisu.fl   amount   of
formal  business,    S.    Klrkland    was
elected president, while R. Beatty was
appointed   secretary.    Other    o!tice��3
about Hair the price of other ready j ^   ,.o  ^^  ^    _   ^^    j(
gam*, drafted at a later meeting.
ca
n sell
the    Nl1   n,1
by  the frull
and    recoofc
as.-o-1
We,
t by the barrel or less. It's I
mended by the officials of th
elation of   British   Columbia.
made stuff of the same formula,   it
comes    liquid    and    no    sedlment.|
Place orders at once.
��ftiraKS!iz:
CURTIS'
Dm,-, Spectacle & Seed Store
W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
nt the Optical Department.
All kinds of pot plants and cut
I (lowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
I phone 184. **
Hie anticipated rush of votors to
! get their names 011 the voters' list Ot
1 Ihe last ���moment commenced yester-
! day, when during the <lt,y over a hui-
1 dre I new names were handed in at
1 the registrar'* office in the provincial
; court house. This makes over three
I hundred new names so far this term
I as, compared with 246 last term. Today
j and Monday remain a ml there are yd
j many who have n right to vote who
1 have jet to come forward to claim
, their vote. After Monday !t may -���
1 tod" late to obtain a chance to express
I MAPLE SYRUP
SPECIAL
1
See our window of
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it
���AT THE���
o
o
li Public Supply Stores jj
o r* A J D- is.  I!
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New  Westminster, B,
C.
Fhone 92.
carload Ashcroft Potatoes, (1.35 per sack j
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MONEY TALKS
New Westminster, B. C,
March 25th, 1908.
vA. W   McLeod, Esq., City.,
Agent   British   American   Live
Stock Association
Dear  Sir,���We   beg  to acknowl
edge receipt of your check for $135
in full payment of claim for   the
���
death  of our  horse "Queen."    We
also wish to thank your particularly for the prompt manner in which
you have settled for the loss, the
claim  form  being  completed only
five day�� ago,    and    we    heartily
recommend your company to   any
one wanting live stock Insurance,
Yours sincerely,
(Signed)                              ,
WESTMINSTER TRANSFER CO.,
Per F. E. Cameron, Manager.
That la the way we settle claims
. *
and obtain and keep the confidence
and good will of our policy holders.
We Insdre all kinds of live stock
against death-from, any cause.
Full particulars and rates on ap
plication to
t
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAI_J_Y NEWS.
SATURDAY.
77_�� Da.e in History.
MARCH 28.
1858--Nicaragua placed herself under
the protection of the Unitad
states.
1870��� Gen. George H. Thomas, hero of
Chickamauga. died in San Francisco.
1S71���Commune proclaimed at Paris.
1891��� The Canadian Pacific complete,!
between Montreal and Vancouver.
]v;,._port Arthur "leased" to Russia.
1300���Vincent Benedettl, eonspicuou-
in the inauguration of the
Franco-Prussian war, died at
Paris.
1H05��� United States took charge of the
revenues of Santo Domingo.
1906���Two hundred and fifty men
killed in a coal mine at
Nagasaki. Ja^ian.
1907���Twenty-six   pers-ons   killed
Southern  Pacific  train  wre- ;
near Colton, Cal.
A Constant State of War
To successfully combat the germs of disease ar. 1
sickness, of which the atmosphere in Spring 's
full, you need something more than ordinary food.
A daily cup of "BOVRIL" will give the ext-a
strength and vitality to enable you to successfully
resist any attack.,
Keep "BOVRIL" in the house.
Register today.
SHORT LEASE OF LIFE
GRANTED TO MURDEREf.'
Norfolk. Va., March 27���With every- .
thing  in  readiness for the execution'!
today of Leo. C. Thurman, arrested ial
Vancouver tor   the murder   here    !n
Fel rnary, 1896, of Walter P. Dolson, of
Michigan, a long   distance   telephone
message from Governor Swanson    ,t
2:45  a-m.  announced  another  respite
for the condemned West Point county
boy  until April 10.    The respite was
granted  at   the personal  reciuest    of
<'��� .ernor   Wilson,  of   Kentucky,   win
asked  it in    order    that    Thurman
brother might secure further evidenc <
Our Mutual Interests
The interests of this bank axe identical with those of every responsible business man and farmer in Western Canada. Our funds
are yours and every dollar deposited with us is invested to your advantage���in the West for the West.
Hi.h.st interest paid and con.pounded  quarterly.
���_ NORTHERN BANK
Capital Paid Up. $1,240,000.
Rest  and   Undivided  Profits,  $132,000.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
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YEE KEE. Tailor C  ("PART
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE     STREET,    *     ���     V.X 1 X._tV 1 X. J i
Put  your name on the  list.
ALBERTA MAY BUY THE
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
Calgary, March 20���Premier Rutherford, of Alberta, was in the city yes-
U    ...    Asked as to the visit of Hon. I
LATEST   SPRING   SUITING.
*��� Suits  Cleaned   and   Pressed.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.       barn   fnone 1.7
Columoia St.
VV. H. Cushing to the east, Premia:
Rutherford said that the minister ��� f
lie works had certainly gone wii'i
a ������ ���'��� -w to making a deal, if possible
with the Bell Telephone company ;or! Baggage delivered    promptly to ��_i
. ,, part of tne city.
.:.���   purchase ot the company'* gystem
in Alberta.
Get on the voters' list.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OWI.o���Tram Depot
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   opeD
j face, $6.00.
i Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
case, $7.50 >jp.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Vll warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing:    enarges   reason
able.
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
 i
TJte Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising, columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
��
Mr Pusinessman should take advantage of,' and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that tfre heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
Hygienic Dairy,Limy
Incorporated Under the Companies Act  (B.C.)   1897 and Amending Acts.
   e
Capital $250,000, in 25,000 Shares of $10.00 Each
Ten thousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 Der share, in
eluding a premium of fifty cents per share, the whole payable as follows:
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on -Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per sha:
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, fSO.00, being payable in eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.
The following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and Others,
B. C,
clean ..a
to act as Provisional Directors:
II P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.). A. L. KENDALL, Esq., M. D.
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. W. 8. HOLLAND, Esq., (Insu
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope. Graveley & Co., Ltd.). J. A. FLETT, Esq., (Mar:.-.
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq. New Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers, Auditors, Solicitors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & HelMwell, Messrs.   Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants, Vancouver,  B.C.
Vancouver,   B.C.
Secretary,  A.  Farmer,  Esq. Temporary  Offices,   322   Cambie   St.,   Vancouver.
PROSPECTUS.
This company is formed for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with a! -
pure milk of tbe highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs.   The need of such a
so well known that there is no need to dilate  on this question, the plans of the Com;.air.
earnest support of the Medical Society, t'he Provincial and City Health Officers, and eve
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the we'll known Cruickshank Farm      '.:,
close to the C. P. R., and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line.   This  property  comprises  I :     ���
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture.   It is
thoroughly modern barns with cement doors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a modern        :_
bottling plant, shipping by special refrigerator car to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for* the farm is $75,000, or about $117 {*gr acre,  a  very low  flgui ���
the quality of the land, the improvements and the situation.    It would be hard to find    a fan
adapted for the   purpose of a'large modern dairy.   The terms of purchase  are  $5,000 cash,   ti
ance in fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized  from the sale of 10,000 shares now offered, thi ri   .     i     :.
$75,000 after  paying the cash  portion of the price of the farm  property.   It is believed that tb a amount
will  !e sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings .and equipment and the purchase ol     oat
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
THE  NEED  OF A PURE  MILK  SUPPLY.
The City has no authority a;  the present time to inspect any dairies outside the City.   The Coi
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own ibarns an I premises are concerned, and will m
such inspection at all times.    It also proposes to ask the -Medical Association to appoint a commlttei i    :.
spection.
The City records of 1907 show IIS deaths of babies under twelve months' old, and  medical  men
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent., or say 133, of these deaths are directly    traceable   to   milt,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption.   It is needless to say that 14S does not    by   at:
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as it is the number of those under twelve months ol
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected in Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion
ernment authorities, only two samples reach 3'�� per cent., which is the average Canadian percent
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as eittu r watered or skimmed, and were
'_ per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE  PRESENT DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor is perhaps unaware of the need of tbe most scrupulous cleanllnes
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection of
cement floored barns, properly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling mac-in-
ery, and the employment of men technically trained in what Is now recognized as a business requiring
scientific care and management.
Without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during tb*
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid ��(
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. IT-ls drug prevents milk turning sour, even if expose.
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE  HYGIENIC MILK COMPANY WILL DO.
Thla Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity. It Joes no:
propose to pasteurize milk, which at ibest is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurised milk is not pure milk; it is only impure milk wWe.
has been renovated, and the Impurities to a greater or less extent removed.
The very fact that milk needs pasteurizing Is in itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company never
Intends having milk on any of its premises in need of renovation, as it will keep only healthy cows, which
will be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to a temperature of 3S degrees, put in Bfw
ed bottles and delivered at tbe doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the same tempera
ture; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the propas*
tion of Injurious bacteria in the milk, to which is attributable the enormous Infantile mortality Jn 'he
City and district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well known dairy expert as general manager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has ma* a
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of cattle.
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with poiuting M
the well known fact that all the dairy farmers in the district have been for many years doing very well '"���
deed, and the milk distributors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making a pro
of $100 per day all last summer.
It Is well known that In no part of Canada can cow feed be produced  cheaper than   In  the    !*>**'
Fraser Valley, and as similar companies ln the United States, which sell their milk at lower prices than
are current here, pay good dividends, there Is no reason why this Company  should not do the tme'
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices in handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., should o 6
the higher wages of this Coast. ���
/ IMPORTANT NOTICE. ^
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but it will be obviously impossible to get this number In s7   ���
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tue hot weather begins, it ia doubt u   '
more than 100 cows can ibe obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings completed.   In se
��� it   Is   n(n
iinil
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of ��Peratlon'^
as there will be probably many people of small means in urgent need of this milk, the shares have
put at a price, and on terms, within the reach of all
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified their Intention of becoming shareholder^
SIMON J. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN P. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRt-ICKSHANK.
V, M. LOGAN.
F. ft. OLOVER. /
A. L. KENDALL, M. P.
D. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victor^.
CHAS. M. MACDONALD.
J.   W.   PLANT),  V-.  s.
A. P. PROCTER, M. r>.
W. E. BURNS.
W. .NICOL.
L. D.  TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H. GUNN.
J. W. DeB. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A. C. WELLS, Chilliwack,
H.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H. O. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.S.
D.  R.  KERR, Victoria.
L. T. Dl'PONT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J, J. LOGAN.
ri. S. ROLSTON-
RICHARD S. FORD
D. THOS.  TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,1. .1. JONES, Westminster.
H. L. EDMONDS.  WestB-l-"1'
A.  FLETT.
P. ROWE.
ft. P. THOMSON. wwtfflin���ief
H
A.  EASTMAN.
Pf-i] tutes and forms for application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY &  CO.,  Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia��� or-
KAJASTMAN. New WestaunsfeL >K^
uiiiioa
Ca)1adian     North-West
�� stead  Regulations.
.��� Bnmbered section of Do-
eV       ���   \i inltoba,  Saskatch-
Ijii ���
h ������'���'-
and
Alberta
excepting 8 and 2'i,
bomesteaded by
t^'who is the sole head of a
18 years of
,i:i ���
li1
Sf PerSlfl
.oily.ol
Xtt-e
fflofr��acre'
ipplica'10"   f
made
Doiu
gene.
in I"'
rson
male over
I 0f one-quarter sec-
more or less.
entry     must     be
bv  the  applicant at
inion
(or
.amis
Agency    or   sub-
Istrict in which the
situate.   Entry by proxy may,
be  made  a-
oonditlons by
Certain
[r, son, 4^U[
steader
an  agency ou
the father, moth-
brother or sister of
homesteader.
is rejulred to per-
jacli .e
(8)  '
Ijslrtf.
Hence '
land o��
^homestead duties under one
Knowing Plans'
1     ., least six months' residence
and cultivation of the land in
:* ,ear tor three years.
A nomesteader may, if be so
l_     perform the    required   re.i-
,,e juties by  living on    farming
""  ned solely  bv  bim, not less
eighty  (80)   acres  in extent, In
vicinlt) of his homestead.   Joint
|"aership in land will not meet this
(ejulrement.
j, (ftbe father (or mother, if the
^9r la deceased) of a homesteader
L permanenl residence on farming
Li'-wiiel solely by him, not less
Ln eighty ' '"   acres  in  extent-  iu
L vicinity oi the homestead, or up-
Z a home-Head entered   for by him
m thi' vicinity, such homesteader may
erlorni his own residence duties by
i. ng with the father (or'mother..
Mi The Kim "vicinity" in the two
hjeeodlnif pffr-gr-?>_.s is defined' as
Lanin. DOt more than nine m.fes in
direct line, exclusive of th- width
[{ road aLUowftnca. crossed in the
Measurement.
j  a homesteader  Intending    to
er'orm his  residence   duties   in   ac
srdance with the above while living
ritb parents or on farming land own-
y tn- himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
lie given to the Commissioner of Dominion bands at Ottawa, of intention
|oapi'l> for patent
W. W. CORY,
Bputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication T
���this advertisement will not be paid
lor.
I. O. 0. F._AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
are hsld in Oddfellows' hall. Colum.
hla  street, every  Monday  evening,
at  aS
o clod
A.  O
,,U- vV.���FRASER LODGE No. ..
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd.
fellows'   block,  Clarkson  streel
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O F
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the .mall
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge ane held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secretary.
i
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street,
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
8OCIATI0N, LORD OF THE ISLE8
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
TEird Tuesday of every month ln
K. of P. hall.   Chief W, Sutherland,
I. O. 0. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets lu Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. CH, Clow, N.G.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
SOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesdav of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. in., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
od Health
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jJAUIV POWDER
INSURES
PURE FOOD.
E.W.GILLETT ffiKfK
TORONTO.ONT.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for heating Post Office, Vancouver,
.".. C" will be received, at this office
t'nU! Saturday, April _."��. nuts, inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, li. C.
Plans and specification can be seen
aiid  tonus of lender obtained on ap- [
r
Between  Napoleon   Authier     ijudgment creditor),   plaintiff,  and   R.   11
Soles (judgment debtor), defendant.
Pursuant to the order of his honor
F. \V. Howay, county court judge,
made herein this Llth day of March.
1908, 1 will ou Wednesday, the 8th
day rff April, 1908, at the hour of 11
(.'clock in the forenoon, at my Office,
j court house, New Westminster, 15. C,
oiler tor sale by public auction, all the
r'ght, title and interest of the above
named defendant, R. H. Soles, in the
southeast quarter of the southeast
quarter of section sixteen (16), township sixteen (Iti), New Westminster
d-strict, containing forty acres more
or less, to satisfy a judgment obtained
by the above named plaintiff against
the above named defendant, dated first
of March. 1906, for 1393.84 and the
cost of these proceedings.
The above named lands are subject
t-' a timber agreement dated the 2',Hh
day of March, 1904, made by R. H.
Soles in favor of Alexander Johnston
and registered the 8th day of June,
|805, and the above judgment filed the
13th of March, 1906.
This property has a one and a half
storey dwelling and outhouses erected
thereon and two acres planted in fruit
trees,
Terms of Sale. Cash.
Dated the 24th day of March, lftOlS.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff County of Westminster,
Spring Suit?
IN ATLIN ACCIDENT
lication at this Department, from W,
lenderson, Superintending arcW*ewt, Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
B. C, and from Mr. Cha-rles
Clerk  of  Works,  Vancouver,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
N'o. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L..
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; Court
Sap;..-non. No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F.. Court Westminster. " No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls. Nest N'o. 29:
Mail Service
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C, BAR-
rlster and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Bank of Commerce
-';ii.ding, New Westminster, B. C.
w.
A.
pipatchoJ ���� c- p- R- train at 8:38
m.; c!o8���� 8 a. m.
Suma- and Sealt^. via Huntingdon
|Ully.
Millside No.  1, daily except Saw'
lay; Sapperton  No.   1,  daily  excep^i
Blday,  Mails Rer-*.v'e_ st 6:35 p.m.
IHipa.cbed hy B. C. EWWdr.ft' .aHwa>
Co,, 7:45 a. m.:
'Vancouver, No.  1,  dailye_?,#yi'S\..v
Ill's.  Return mall received li?a'.nl;
-patched by G.N.K. train. 8.45 art.:
I.Cloverdftle,    Nloomekl,  Port  Kells,
-v-filmern,    Hall's    Prairie,    Bonac-
Wainu and  Seattle   (all  points
Washington  and   south,    also  all
Bints in eastern states), daily ex-
j��Pt Sunday. Return mails received
r 3.30 p.m. Honacord Wednesdays
pd Saturdays,
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
pehead, Wednesdays and Satur-
PJs. Return mail received Mondays
P��d Fridays,
Patched by ll. c. Electric railway,
'0:30 ii. ia.:
JVancouver No. 2;   victoria, No. 1;
EMral   park,   dally   except  Bunday
tarn mall i.e..ived at 8 p.m.
Mpatcli.M by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
El|st Burnaby, dally except Sunday
"*turn ~-alli received at 1:10 p. m.
"Patched by carrier 12-00 noon:
"mberlaiid, Straw
few nnd Fridays
|j*lv��> Tuesdays and Friday*.
I%��tr|i,,| by
���YHEALLER, BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westnrn..
.ter.   Phone 143.
Victoria
Tossell,
3. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on ttie printed form supplied.
: nd signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works,'equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c )
of tlie amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tender-
in;; decline to enter into a contract
���\ hen called upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
[f tire tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself,
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary
��� Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, March 12, 1908.
Irltlih Columbia Coast Line
8ervlce.
Cave-in Entombs Two Workers���Rescuers Work Hard
and Long in Vain.
erry mil.  Tm s-
Return   mails   re-
C, 1'. n. boat 1:30 p.m
dall>' (closes dallv
��me during winter
��dner,   Westham
l^^eveston,   Sunbury.   ��,.
\S �� .   !"' ,() " *��� �����
awai la, Wednesday and Satin*
fi��lI.T" """1 ��n WedDe-t,,"�� **��
anc.n,v,r.   x���.    8|   an(,    Bnrnll, v
at the same
months:
Island,    Pon
iveston,
y.   Return malls recelv-
iii.
ex
it.
Pm.
Burnabv
��� P��.
I'Hatch,
To
[iBuntiaj,
WiMWi
Return mails received1
1;il��>.    Return   �����_>   ��
ii.
mall
e<i by O.N. Pyler. 4 o, *.:
*ml��r��    ���olBtl(    aa|,y  ^^^
Return mall n p, a,
1 ''>��� C.P.R. train at 31:15' p.
0al r|08e8 -t 2:30 p.m,::
P. R. JJ m Vancouver, No. M (C
4m��J ', a,,','",u' n>a"). Retuim, maM
n. "��� ra-
flftj* No, !, Mm*..    ;
���WWjjjivea ati p. m
HTTlsBiPE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia strent, New Westminster.
W. .1. Whiteside, H, L. Edmonds.
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TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S   Princess May.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 and
April 4.
VA.i��OUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
SS-   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. rn- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver S a. ni.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaver Victoria 8:3o a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday; arirves Victoria " a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
 - i_U_!V, i:
Leaves Victoria Jl p.m. 1st and i4th
[ 57 each month for Clayoquot, Mosqul-
N'e,vsjj>_p&. .vii. not oe iiiiid for ti>!�� to Harbor and way ports;   Tth of eac��
advertisT-ffiAftt if they lns-fert it without! t_-HU>  for Quatsini* and  way  ports
Nothing better than a
20th Century Suit, Pants
or Overcoat
Our spring stock is complete.
All the new cuts and colors
At liu, B. C, March 27���A fatal mining accident occurred at Spruce Creek
.Vedneaday evening, resulting in lhe
death of W. ' Alliott and A. St. 0.
Bowly, two well known miners of this
district-
With a companion named Andersoa
they were engaged iu drifting operations on a bench claim at Spru.e
Creek, when, with hardly a second's
warning, they were entombed by a
heavy cave-In. Anderson fortunate'./
made his escape and gave the alarm.
A large force of rescuers immediately
set to work in the hope of getting the
imprisoned men out, but successive
cave-in and sloughs impeded their efforts, and rendered the task of rescue
extremely hazardous. .After an hou"';i
hard work the rescuers got in communication with Alliott at 10 o'clock
on Wednesday night, but further
Sloughing again ensued, enclosing the
doomed men in further masses of dirt.
yesterday afternoon the rescue's
exposed portions of AUiott's body, but
up to a late"'hour last night they had
not succeeded in getting their victims
out. There is no doubt in the minis
of the rescuers that both mon met
death in the heavy fall of dirt, which
occurred Wednesday night when communication was lost with Alliott, but
work will be vigorously pushed un'i!
the  bodies are  recovered.
Get on the voters' list-
Suits from $15 to $30
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Sole Agent for 20th Century-
garments in Westminster.
Blue and Grey  Reunity..
St. Petersburg, Fla-, March 26. ��� A
good representation of veterans from
both sides of Mason and Dixon's lias
was on hand today at Cue opening of
the second national encampment of
the National Association of the Bl'ie
and Grey Veterans. The encampment
will be in session two days, with Ge \.
J. S. Carr, of Southern Pines, N. C.
presiding.
Register te^ay,
her company, at Port HaiiSy ftihl tin-
facial, scalp, Of iody treatments given I new firm is already shipping liimbe..
authority h-thH the. Dep'a'rtmen*
WHEN GOlrift EAST
MARTIN, WEART ft McQUARlUE  ASK THE TICKET AGENT
glisters, solicitors, etc. Offices, i jq SEND YOU OVER
New Vesftu-'ter. Trapp _��k -corner]   "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
^"larcKSOu and W'ne strets. Vancouver, rownu 21, 24, 441* Granville street,
Josepl* Martin, K. C, �� W. Weart, 'W I
G. Mr^jtoarrle,  H.  A.    B"<W_<!.      M��.-|
.Martin wil be In    the    Westminster,
offices every Friday afternoon'.
G_-._i.U--_ Ifl. MARTIN, t-artvister *no
Solicitor, Qulchon block, Colu_��
eiH aud McKenzie streets. New West
Tilnstet. B. C.
Might Trains Every Day in the Ye_r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
20li of each month Sw Ahcuset, Quat-
sino, *%$ Scott and1 way ports-
VANC^\Vfrt-N'.tN'>*JlVIO   ROUTE.
8. Svio��n
Leaves Van6"^*�� j;.go pm. daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
Prom N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
Prom Chwk. Sun., Wed- Prl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER  RIVER.
���. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
THE TRAIN OF FAME
IHE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTDVimlMter Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
.Embodies the newest   and best ideas' .Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
ior   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
* M VERS GRAY, BarnsiT, Solicitoi I m_ LUXURY. It is lighted with
and Notary Public, 1> oractlce since I bo��W electricity and v��r, the most
and kwks ruouo,  * brill SUirtly      um nat��f   fruin   is   the
1891 at New Westm'.-.- Ra OJ ( ^ ^ equm^ coneim of
tlces removed to C-rtis Block, uars ; jrjyate rdnipartinellt caf9> 9talttUTi
son street, opposite Court House j |6 fecticrf: sieeper5, lu^ui-tons dromg
P.O  Box 169.   Telephone C4. tt   reclining' chair cars (seats fre*),
-  ��������� I modtrn   day co'achts   and btfflet,  th
Barrister,; (,rarw and  sn.qlrihg cars.
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F.  HANSFORD
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
_tre<its, New Westminster, B. C.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each inonth,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and .November, at 8 p. ro.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members    may    bo   proposed   and
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further  informatldn call  on  or  write
F. VV. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
�����90 S. rnnd Av<~.ufe. Seattle. W.ih
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 12, block 11, Pbrt MkWdy,
division of lot 801, group    1,
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the losb 08 cerllli-
c.ute title number 8611P, Is&'HH. in tht
elected at any monthly or quarterly j n.me of Mary Ann Mores' y l'uw In
meeting.    A. E. White. B*t\.
FIRE ALARM  ZlfUfc-S.
6���-Asylum.
S���Royal City Mills.
1���Carnarvon and T��nth.
o���Royal avenue und Eighth.
�����SMtth avenue and 1 welfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
1*���Columbia and Dufferlh
15���Sapperton
23!���Queen, avenue anrl Sixth.
2*��� .-..rd avenue and Second.
26���Fifth ��v��-ue and Fourth.
29���Fifth avenue and Wighth.
2T���ThiT* avenue and Tenth.
S2�����Agnwr nnd Sixth.
aH^-8fe��a!*ke Waohlne Works.
35���CbtamMa and McKensle.
-HUFli 9-ttloa.
filed In this office.
Notice Is Hereby given that I shall.
ht the expiration of one month' from
the date of the first pullicutlon' Itere-
of, In a.dally newspaper publlshutl In
the City of .New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection' he
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Title*.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C��� March 16, 1908.
[���'era House Bookings.
Sis In New York   April T
The Burgomaster   April l>'
pa,*.   Additional trip Monday 6 a.m.
Le��ve Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
urday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
i>  p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
t'lwni    Vancouver    at   8    0.  m���  2nd
and  16th of each  month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip,
_   RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
1 From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednrs-
sub-' day, from Vancouver    10   a._n. every
Nt w I Thnrsxiaiy.   Returning arriyen at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday a��ornlng, via Lndysmitti.
VICTO.TfA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves VIctorJa Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m :
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
��� 1 Mill Changes Hands.
V illiam Holden and L. M. Procter,
of Vancouver, have purchased the
plant and limits of the Lillooet Lutn-
ln your own home.   Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
This plant had only been in e_Ssten.e
a short time before being taken over
by the Vancouver men. The price ls
not given out.
Put your name on the Met,
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of .New Westminster and dlst-iet
On Sale al-=
Morey'1    Bookstore    arid
at  Gamon's Cigar  Divan j
tar Ad reTtlse the town we live In ly I FRASER RIVER TANNERY
mailing Picturd Post Cards to yoi-r 	
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE *"""
friends.
Por  reservations  and  information
call or address
BT). OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
B. J. COYLB.
Asst CkM. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
Qsnsral Superintendent. Victoria
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN & CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
"CANT BE BEAT."
"WHAT?"
Spring Lamb, for Saturday
THI
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL *\ ODDV, Proprietor!.
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ADVERTIRR
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THI .Y     NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
The last day upon which names can be placed on the voters' list,
which will most probably be used at the next Dominion election, Is
MONDAY, MARCH 30, two days from date. A large number of eligible
voters In the city have neglected placing their name* on the list because of their ignorance of ths recesssry qualifications.    These are:
Residence in the slsctoral district where registration is desirsd
for ONE MONTH prior to daft of such registration, and residence of
six' months in ths province.
That the applicant Is not rsgiatered as a provincial voter in sny
electoral district In B. C.; of ths male sex, of ths full sgs of 21 snd a
British subject.
Ths following ars qualified tu tsks affidavits from persons dsslr-
Ing to bs placed on ths list, snd have In their possession ths necessary forms:. Ed. Goulst, J. McMurphy, E. A. Pslgs, VV. Turnbull, J.
W. MaeOenald, Jamas Andsrson, W. J. Corbstt, A. Halcrow, P. Mc-
Dougsir, A. Hardman, Herbert Gilley, C. C. Cameron and any Justloe
of ths psaco, mayor, rssve, aldsrman, councillor, commissioner for
taking affidavits In ths supreme court, registrar of titles, dsputy
reglstrsr of titles, notary public, collector of voters, provincial con-
stable, government agent, government assessor, mining recorder, deputy mining recorder, Judge of any oourt, stipendiary magistrate, municipal clerk, municipal assessor,, postmaster, postmistress of Indian
agent
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Ladies!
When you're housecleaning you'l
come    across  a  lot  of    China that
isn't worth keeping.
REPLACE   it   with   New.   Prett/,'
and Inexpensive CHINA from
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
A  NEW  LOT JUST   IN
For Your Chicks
HEALTH
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Ttianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia.8-, New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Hollywood
Mixed
Paint
It costs no more to
put on a GOOD
paint than a poor
one.   In buying the
HOLLYWOOD
you are getting the
BEST.
"Wears on the job-
not off."
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B-   C.
EARTHQUAKE TOTALLY
DESTROYS GIIIUIIIA
Mexican City Wiped Off the  Map by
Siesmic Shock���Inhabitants  Flee
from Flames in Terror.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
���never a suspicion of grithness���
you taste the piquant savour���the
crystal melts unconciously.
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SEED GRAIN.
_     __ Distribution   Will   Not   Be   Continued;
Mexico City,  March 27.���The  town   UISlr _..____. '
of Chiloua,  suite of    Guerrero,    was! After End of March.
completely destroyed by an earth- Edmonton, March 27.���The seed;
quake last night. Following the shock! grain distribution department at Ed-1
the ruins took Are and the city isimonton has leceived notice to thei
burning. The populace is terror! effect that it will be impossible for!
Stricken lt is not known even ap-[the government to handle any more
proximately how mady lives were lo_t.j<applications for seed grain after Tues-j
Chiloua was a city of 15,000 inhabi- j day, March 31. There are now appli-l
tants. . cations sufficient to keep the goveru-
Mexico City, .March 27���Mexico Cltjr ment hurrying to make the shipments:
was visited by two severe earthquake, in time for seeding,
shocks yesterday-    Tire first occunvii    The time for receiving applications j
at 2:40 p.m., lasting four minutes and i has  been several  times  extended.   In
28  seconds.    No lives  were  lo-st  aid order   to   give  all   the   homesteader.;
tbe property damage was insignificant, J an opportunity of getting in their ap-
though numerous walls were cracked ! plications for grajn-
by the  motion of tht earth's  wav-s. I  ' "
The shock  was  very similar to that
To Oppose Oliver.
Edmonton,    March    27.���James    O. I
' Hyndman, barrister, was nominated at
the Conservative convention yesterday!
to contest  Edmonton   federal  district!
I In  opposition   to   Hon.   Frank   Oliver,,
minister of the interior.    Hyndman :s>
a native of Prince Edward Island, and
is a son-in-law of Sir Louis H. Davles,
of the supreme court bench at Ottaw i.
$250.00 CASH
and the remainder on easy terms, will buy
two of the finest cleared residential lots on
Second street and Third avenue; half a
block from tram.
This offer is good only for this week.
felt in thi_�� city about a year ago, the
oscillations being of a long, swaying
variety. At the national observatory,
It was stated that the needle of .be
seismograph travelled the entire distance of the dial. That no property
loss resulted is due, according to lb...
scientists, to the :ac.; that the city of
Mexico rests on a spongy bed of an
old lake.
The second and much more sever?
shock  occurred  at   9:17    last     night. No Big Prizes Coming Here.
Walls were cracked aijd clocks all over      [,  |S ���,,t likely that any of the big
the  city  were, stopped.    The  theatre   prlzes in Salmon's sweepstake in co.i-j
crowds ruahed to the streets, nection    with   tht.   Granil   S'ational.
which   was  run yesterday, were captured  by Westminster men, as J.  ���!.
~" ~ " ~~ Gamon received no word to this effect
In tha- presence of a large number yesterday afternoon. Salmon always
of invited guests, the gymnasium notifies the seller of the big prize
classes of Columbian college yester-1 winning tickets immediately the relay  evening went  through a  number   s':!' "f tne race is known.
evolutions under the direction    cf j 	
Physical Instructor .1. S. Rol son, wh >, j
at the close of the evening, was warm-
Get on the voters' list.
ly complimented upon the bigjj clacs
exhibition   driven   by  the ,class.    The
; rogram included  a   wand  drill,   mflt
work, marching exercises and a four-
team  r��lay race by lads from ten to
fourteen  years of age, and   work  . n
the    parallel    bars,    dumb-bell    drill,
spring  board  vaulting,  german   hor>.
exercises and relay races b ythe young;
men's class.    Several new  men  wern|
added  to the classes  at  the  clos.. of:
the drill exhibition. I
Object to North Arm Jail.
Vancouver, March 27.���The announcement that the city is contemplating the establishment of a jail '>u
the North Arm has called forth a protest from a number of owners of property in that district, who say that
it would ruin the North Arm as a residential centre, and establish an ob-
jectional feature. A petition has be^i
sent to the city council to this vttec'.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Register today.
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I ALARMING ! !
Have a peep st our ALARM CLOCK WINDOW,
Then come inside and be properly ALARMED.
AT
W. C. CHAMBER LIN. _________
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
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.*"��""**"?" ""*�����" *      <>
��T: __*
i ]��� McBrearty Lacrosse Sticks j
HAVE  ARRIVED
il Also, Lacrosse, Tennis and Base-
ball Goods Arriving, c
| J. J. MACKAY & CO. 1;
ij BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS'   NEWSDEALERS
*t****************************************i*4***U*
ii
ii   ii
!< >
t-���.
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.    TO   11  P.M Aa Usual
IH..1.I
Lake view
Garden
and secure a 5 or 10 acre block of i I
t\}e finest of deep, rich, black
garden soil.
Ideal sites for country homes, ij
splendid scenery, boating and fishing, i j
< >
Graded roads past every block, ij
Clear streams of water give ample j j
supply for buildings.
�� ��.
Prices $150 to $250 per acre i
, Terms, 1-4 cash, balance spread
over 3 years of easy payments.
Better secure a block before too
late. ���
New Westminster, Vancouver and Chilliwack, B. C !
>*************************%���*******+++,;
New Fresh Styles in
lace~
cur tains
-:'  I    :. ���
depart.
'������   orw
; see t_.
'.<Sgt>f
if'
I
Over fifty new designs in >'cttingham, Swiss, AriBt m and
Curtains have just been opened out in our   housefnrn
ment.    The spring house cleaning may show the i:-.
or a dozen pair.   If so, just Btep into the Curtain Section an
many attractive ne*. designs and most summery in effi   ���
mm**
_*.    '   "l* r.- -'f'l.* .   '���
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mp - i i \
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.. ��� .    -"-���  ���
*   - ��� : ifc
Bobbinet Curtains
With lace or frilled edges:  , er pair  $2.50 to $5.75
Fine Swiss Curtains
la fine lace patterns or heavy applique designs;  pei    pair   $350
to    ' ��� $9.75
Special New Designs in Swiss
Sash Nets
Madras Muslins and Frilled
Muslins by the yard
Nottingham Lace Curtains
Two and a half yards long,  per [air . ...- 50c. 65c and 75c
Nottingham Lace Curtains
Three yards long; per pair   75c. $1.00. $1.25 to $2r/.
Nottingham .Lace Curtains
Three and a half yards lon��.  per pan    $1 50 to $6W
Ariston Net Curtains
The most substantial wearing Curtain shown; design.* in- ent-!*.;'
new and up-to-dafe; per pair $3.50 to $77.
An Unusual Snap in Linen Table
Napkins
Friday and Saturday Only
Twenty-flve dozen pure Linen Napkins, size 22 Inches, bought at i
specially low price some nine months ago, and came to hand ;^0i'
unexpectedly.   Regular value $1.60    p��>r   dozen.      Special    price
clear, each 	
10.
W.S.Collister&C.
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
SEE Our Crockery Counter
FOR   BARGAINS
Cake, and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
>     Any article in window for 50c
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
************************** **+********+******
****+��
FOR SALE.
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we wi
deliver to any part of the city.
*C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. ^one ^

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