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 ��W
Ue, Shiles & Co.
F|RE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B.C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATI
260 Columbia St
-3T
IUMBER 63.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.   SATURI) \Y  MORNING,   MARCH   14,
1.0s
a,
TV
, RAIDED
GAMING HOUSES
Lghinei Said to Have
Been [jged For Gambling
^postv-Many Witnesses
pre.!
v-eighl y��'in^r raen have been
eai before the police
morning   to
iorl of charges
common   gaming   houses, | The principle business discussed was
Chapman and
jagistrata-   ���
�� ������
I (.   . ,   Dominion   Trust
���     an I A. BeggS
i   aire in charge
B ackle    st_%et.
BANK IS BADLY WANTED Bl
POKT HAMMOND RESIDENT.
Good Opening for Financial Institution
at That Point���Another Liner Is
to Load Lumber Next Week.
Hammond, B. C, March 13���The
Hammond and Distrlcl Improvement
association held their regular monthly
meeting Tuesdaj in Dale's hall,
though li was a very disagreeable
night   there was a good    attendance.
EXaUStON LEAGUE SMEIM
PRESENTS BIASSED REPORT
J. D. Taylor  Uses Official  Position on Society as a Means
to Further Political Aspirations.     Officers Elected
For Present Year.    Slight Deficit Shown
in Financial Report.
Sfs prrW^U'3 $08
m
I
with   which   the
ooni ':"   charged
their premise
ing purposes.
wen    con-
Police   Mcintosh
detectr- ''���'���'���'     wh( n    tlie
Bl
LThr.
the golden opportunity there was bere
[or a branch of some chart I   ianl
in open n:  in Hammond and each an I
all   presenl   wi-r.   unanimous  ;bai   i
i"       it    foi nn  town i" hi   >
a iitiiii  and thai thej  ho u d to ae<
tsxfsm
's | branch o iem d hen  In tru neai tutun .
\ 11 f >; i, ���-     ''ii   esi ite  di   I   9 a      pui
through   in   othei day. i1      Dab
nig ten acn b of hlf farm ad olning the
town to J, Grieve,
Pruiini.   and  Bpraylng  orchard)
the order of thc daj  al present. This
Thi   ai    ia    meettng of lhe  Asiatic th(   aci  be kept in force and not dis-
Excliision    eague was held iasi night allowed by  th. federal    government.
Id S    r        it   ball, and after the re-
ii    o    ���  ports   the  new   officers , ���
1 wi pe  elected,    Thomas j���
��� electei    iresident, H. granted by timber licenses, and as fire-
Stead treasurer, J. D         o   secretary !1" '   '    stationary englnesrs.    .   wil
BIG FODTBALL GAME        ! EIGHTEEN HII
FORJRJUFTERNOON     mm gjjj j|
Rovers  and  Thistles  Clash  at  Moody
Square  to   Decide   Semi-Finals       i Justice MoiT-SOn Rules Natal
for a c cup- Act to Be Ultra Vires-
Sections Are Conflicting.
This   afternoon   thi-  much  disputed' 	
que tion  of the    superiority    of  thei
Vancouver  Thistles  or  the  Westmin-       Vancouver. March    13.-1*6    Natal
. ! act was ihis morning ruled    by    Mr.
ster Rovers wiil be settled in the sem-   T    ..     ,, w    ,.
Justice Morrison to be ultra vires, and
finals for the H. C. cup at Moody the application foi. the reieaBe of the
square, Kick-off 2:45 sharp. There eighteen Hindus committed for one
will be no tie, the ruies governing the   year's Imprisonment was granted. The
nn   an ��� ��� i cutive  commitl e  of  Ave
Other matters taken'up with the pro- j cup  matches  making    it   compulsory
��� via.     .    ithorlUes have been the pro-   for the games to be placed to a finish.
-' 'tion of the employment   "  t-smtiea   -,-,,,, flnesj   Staple of ball yet shown
connection    with    th ���    prlvleges
^^m ' on the coasl is expected to be pui u
��� lay's game, for the teams ai
yond  doubt the strongest that    have
>in the correspondence    the
B^^^|     oi   Messrs  Johndro,   Har-
the governmenl   are
in   i : ished in any of the series arff!-Tiio
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Mrith  the  attitude    of    the r:.Irlv     equallv     match*.!.    Tw
'       ������'"���'"   Blakel     --d Dono-  ���.., , ,pect to tneSe matterg.
hue ww appointed.   A length)  report
Itonif lea. T1>   machines   is alnovi  in the right direction
��� . ;n   police    station
and
pi i oua tad   c in am-
..i.j u     mechanism    was
rou:;:  ti ,
on   the    live    apinnlng
a ar. so arranged  that only  in
i lev. lui can the higher pay-
D ., be  n . wn.   although
Hi i     'ai examined it was pos-
; to dr.iv.  ii  royal  flush,  in  clubs,
���tlnitioti which m'an: 100 cigars
player,   providing  the
���'.       Ing the slot machine for
ini None  of thc    other
taktiwli: In arranged to produce a
for conducting a com-
speaks well for ou    proi  essive fruit
growers ami goes  to shov   that  they
I :,���:..���:
pmin.  house is a  fine ranging I
i Jl. ti   $1000.    This is the first
pip :; ture broughl to trial in '
V"' Iji _ f rim.. ���
I wltne ��� siimmoned include a
~V' ol men who have watched
inlaying the machines, and who'
||i.required to give evidence tend-
1-prnvi oi disprove the assertion
[topolici thai winners were paid'
i win and nol in cigars
P" ' ���   have ipen in cor-
��� ���   of the society during   ref-      I' ace ' a the subject of the at-j
ti o   ' a   lieutenant-govern      to-
How... r  bill while  aT   the^
'-���"��� ind     contract himself for
iln      Inging in of Japdnesi   laborers;
  fend   ':i'\"e  received   from   Sir   Wilfrid
ere preparing to hold the banner name  den.'  witl   the federal premier anerit  a  politi   acknowledgment which    ap-
pea     ������   dispose of the league protest
so far as he is concerned.    We have
als.   approached Sir Wilfrid and  the
Icir'': of rho opposition at Ottawa on
th'   -abject of the conflict    of  testl-
mon   between Mr. Lemieux, the Cana-
An ocean liner is expected ai    the | candidate  for  the   federal   house  fir   dian envoy, and  Baron Hay.ashi. tjie
Mammon, wharf next Saturday to load ; tne i~ory pa_ty, are not  merely Ami-   J��l,f'-'cse foreign minister, on the sub-
timbers,  for the  White Pass  railway.    .,,...,     , .      ,   .....       ,   .���   Jeet   of  the importation    of contract
__ Asiatic   hut   stronglv   Anti-Liberal   iu   , ,        _,    .      . ...
This is the second ocean liner Wm_tLg labor    Mr. I-emieux reports that this
up the Praser during the past few '��'" sentiments, laying stress open ^ fceen proh,b!ted except with the
days which goes to show thai deep .thi reported statement Of the JapA-'( consent Of the Canadian government;
sea captains are not afraid to traverse! ese at Toyko that "if the present gov- while Baron Hayashl says that there
! the noble Praser. The timber Is being j er_meBt continues to be successful at nnt !,PPn 'n0 restriction whatever
' supplied by the Hammond Lumber
1 company
Mr.  Irving,  who has been  confined
of   the   Maple  Ridge  golden   fruit   district.
W.  lv Powell has  opener;  up a re;.
estate  and   life insurance    office     In
town and will  be prepared  fo do business in a few days.
on
a ear .just was read by the secre-
I. : I Ta lo : most remarkable
���' here produced in full, di
In ..Ith the Natal aci ihe corres on-
di ii ' witl the federal premier anent
tin emo "i Lieut.-Governor Duns-
tnuii thi Lemleu* treaty and other
matters - I ch have been taken up j
tin league during the term. The com-
n      i   of the  secretary,  who  is  also
chief points urged on behalf ot the applications was tha; lhe Dominion Immigration act covers the whole flehi,
secondly, that there are sections Id
the Dominion act which are absolutely
affirmative and make such action as
this on behalf of the provincial government absolutely conflicting, and
thirdly, that the officers of ships by
obeying   the   Dominion    act   become
      liable to a penalty under the provin-
j the  score was   1-0 in    favor   of   the   cja|  acti an(]   tile  fetter  is  therefore
H In   the Second    both    teami    repugnant.
penalty goal; today's g me E. P. Davis, with Mr. Hrydone-,Iacl<
is the play off of the latter and both and R. M, Woods, appeared for the
will put forward every effort thai i Hindus, and A. D. Taylor for the pro-
in them to secure the victory. Both vincial government. The latter urged
Rover an I Thistles are strong In that the attorney-general's department
their di fence, and the only weak point Bhottld be represented, but. did not
In  the local  team  is in  the forward : press the objection.
 ave been played, in thi   Br
line, where more speed is required.
Th Thistles were ai best no better,
but they have for this occas'on secured a powerful addition to th.ir forwards Spence, of Seattle, who has
before played for Vancouver. Ho is
said to be a host In himself, but he
will need to be all that to pass
through the home defence.
The Vancouver team    leaves    tha
city on a chartered car at 1 o'clock.
The local team will face the ball as
to his bed for the past two weeks, is
not  improving.
JIVING EFiGADE CANNOT
GET ALONG WITH FOREMAN
I Nanaii
FHiint.
WHALES IN THE GULF
MAT NOW SPORT IN PEACE
Vessels Engaged  In Capturing  Leviathans  Leave for  Kyuquot���Oil
Extracted from Dogfish. ���
the gi in ral elections, little more wiil
le heard of the anti-immigration move-
men i."
F .st Annual Report of Secretary.
This league was established on the
31st day of October, 190T (Thanksgiving Hay i, at a public meeting held in
the opera house at the call of the
mayo who presided. Its declared
o |ei is to secure the total exclusion
j of Asiatli s from the Dominion of Can-
| ada.
Since ihe  first  meeting there have
been held five general meetings,    all
  Iwel] attended.    On hundred and fifty-
���!''    Ai    b 13.-The men   en- |wo memberB  have  voluntarily  paid
'����� Wven n i nt work for the un-       Nanaimo,    March    IS.- Whaling   in   Jh( ,.  gub8) r.ption feeg in the meetlng
|   '   '"'     : c,f,nrin" <^ tseme- GnM   of Georgia has been abandoned   ,ia]|s   ,��� ,;deg whioh thPW have been
��* Hint   work   in   .a   body   , his ; for the season, and lhe si,am whaler!.   ���ke  rllnn,)(>.   , nr0,1(,d  bv   the    oan.
" i the foreman laid   St. Lawrence Is making arrangement*L��Mera l01   memhership.   The meet-
Ji* ol then,, maintaining there   to leave today tor Kyuquol    to start I ,,.._   of  (,)(,   l0.ig,,0   1)nw   bPen   f,Te
finm  dissension   or    trouble    of any
,   ���, ��� .      . .���.���     T. ,   ., follows: Goal, Barbaree; backs, Clarli
plai'"d on contract labor.   Tf both arei   ^
sn-v. n._. <_.._..._.������    <_  *��,..  .v, ii : and  Bruce;   halves, Leamy, Turnbull
right  the inference is that thc  appli-;
_.��,<���.   ....   fv,^    . .,_.��� ��f .���     ,a . ! an<l   G-   Pleming;    forwards, Watson
CB '"ii  for the sanction of the Cana- > _
���Jno- .._a,._,^-m_.��.  i_ ..���.!.,.. t,    *.,_  Cratg, Locke, l.ockhart and Lumsden.
dian government is considered bv thei
I .    ,    . -, .,        ,   , i Reserves, Peele. A. Fleming and Mail-
, JApaneae  merelv   a   matter of  form;   , __' ��� ���, .        �� _..    .
,   ., ,   ,     -.    ���..,, ..   ings.    Referee. Haslett,    of Westham
and  the  answer  sent by  Sir M llfnd I ,            _      . '
,             *._._._:���_             _                    Island.    Kick off at 2:46 p.m.
Laurier  to   the   telegram   from   your, ' .
���resident   does   not  state  any  policy   ,  .  .,    .     , , ...,      ...
. , .       Asiatic hand loggers, stating that no
with  regard to contract laborers, but; ,. ,   ,      ,        ,   _,.
'    , , ,   . | more licenses were being issued. The
merely declares that no consent  has'
r" '' .   men on  the job and
s'"i" om vronld get hurt during'
������riiiS operations. The men object-
��� aii �� thai they doubi the
j'" to discharge anv   of
?*��� *-*<������    :   quit   Foreman Cam-;
:'u communicating with   the
Weriuneni to se, what slops to take.
1)1 Kffi MANAGER HAS
OF CHINKS
*��M
service from the whaling station
established last year ai Nairow Cut
creek in Kyuqnoi sound, The Orion
was sen! t.o Seehari to resume hunting from ih.at station aboul a month
ago, and, since the recent gixid
weatheT began, lias been making good
catches. The winter season's work
fioin the rage's lagoon station near
Niinaiino was a good one.   The station
been given so far. It is evident therefore that there is need for observing
developments in this connection.
The Japanese consul lately returned from Vancouver to Tokyo has informed his countrymen through lhe
piess that :f the present Ottawa government is successful at the genera]
elections, which it is expected will
be held shortly, "little more will be
heard of the anti-immigration ag'ta-
ii.ni." li is up to tbe members of the
A si a tip Kxclnsion league in British !
ColllMble to show this consul that he
Mr, Davis  was strongly  critical of
the police   magistrate*.    Tie    said   It
would have been much better for all
concerned if the    police    magistrate
had  stated  a case    and    the    latter,
though having no discretion as to tbe
length  of 'the  imprisonment,  and  yet
had committed them for the full term
of  twelve  months  Imprisonment.    It
was   certainly   a    most    remarkable
sentence   These poor men at the time
they started for this country did not
know of any Natal act. In fact it was
not in existence, and it seemed a most
hprrihle thing for them to    have    a
sentence of twelve months passed on
eighteen men who were British  sub
jects, some of them wearing m^als
for defending the empire,  for something they knew nothing abont.    Not
Only that, and he thought it was material to state it as bearing on   the
policy of the   Dominion   government.
question was raised whether there
were not licenses still in the hands of these sentences were certain to have a
Japs issued before the passing of the ver>' stron* ^-dency to cause trouble
act referred to. On motion of Mr.'1n lRdia' where troub,e was "ways
Phipps the secretary was instructed more 0r ,ess t0 be mot with' The ac"
to write Hon. Mr. Fulton and ascert-   t,on of om> sma" Province and the ac-
tion of one police magistrate within
that province might be such as to
cause the most frightful results in the
British empire.
I   LMOd.        	
The municipal elections coming on
soon after organisation, the league
paid attention to ibe candidates with
a view to Interesting them in the cr.n-
ditloni surrounding the emp'oyment
of Asiatics In industries receiving
  favored treatment from the corpora-
will not be closed down, Rl rangements   (jon      Without     exception    (be    can
kind, and in all respects its standing^,, mlstaken 1he tem-er of ,ne.whit,,
j ass cf B.g Chinese Mine Visits B. C.
0,1 Health Re
having been made to pui up dog fish
oil, and a staff of fishermen, .laps and
wliitemen. have been  secured to hunt
dogfish to be converted into oil,       ,
demiting Trip���Dis-
cu*��s Trade-Conditions.
of the Battling schooner Carlotta    <1
Qox,  recently  condemned  In    the ml
nilralty court ns a result of the pfOM
jmtlon for Infract'on of H    terms I
aa,Ino' March 13,   Mr. Matthews j ,np ,,"Hs :,w:"''' no1 "f l8B4' wl" m>t
fccw.,rdl '"'"' '" ""' '"WI mines' m PH-t ��r ,1"' st- Lawrence.
���    "��� and one of the^arg_st mines      AI,0Ul fo,',v or fir,v ""',1 ""'   om'
Wor|d. who isrtn .,n extended Ptoy-d '<< ""'i around the Lagoon,
N'lti;i;
lhe
on accounl of serious
spending a few days
lllllLa,
��� "���'������ nas
Ml' Mtititi,.-.- ���     ���
���*6northern ' '  l"""> ls SM,1:""<1 In
en. s ' ' '"'"" "f China at Chong
��'",',���;,���;;; "H",S1""1 men, natives.
fUoOtoni V ""' "'i""H im(1 !1,K>,"
"tt the.,,      nl u""kl-v are mined
Ittei
mils.
'iicrei
Bowevt
ased to
of   more   modern
'���   thla oui put will
Mr. M:.:; '" -G.n00 tona weekly.
Sanyf    WMlaa '�����"��
*ttdnndTl " ,!,"n ,;'" "'Ini
IB I      a|	
"'Y Bhl��s of eight, hours
dldales expressed  sympathy  with thej
object, of the league,   Encouraged by
this circumstance   the   league   his.
  through a committee of the executive.
Captain Christian, who was master   ���,.,,,,,   ivpiosentations   to   the  council
on the subject of the manufacturers'
exemption, urging thai it should not
he granted to the employers of As'ntlc
j labor, and has Intimated to the council lt�� desire to have facilities ror
: keeping tnach Of municipal nffalrs
w'th n ��lew to making conditions more
favorable to the employment of only
| while labor.
The league has been In eoniniuiilca
Hon   wilh  thr��   provincial  government
...._ | In connection with several matters In
NINETY   DAYS   ON   Mot   p��ntrol of Uw legislature at  Victoria
i The re-passing of the Natal  act was
| one of the first demands of this nnd
the other leagues In the province and
whether  er  not  oifr    representations
aln if such licenses were in existence.
Attention was called by V. Johndro
to the fact that the time for reg'stva-
lion on the voters list expired at the
end of the month, and recommended
that a committee of six V-? appointed
to  attend   to the registration  of the
members    of    the    league.    Messrs.
Phipps, Craig. Donohue, Johndro, Mai-
shall, and Hargieaves were appo'nted.
Speaking on the subject A. Osterberg
stated that  the league controlled H!>n
votes, that  being the membership of
the branch, and that this number wn i
sufficient to throw an election which
ever way they desired in th. city.      |
The   financial  report   for  the  year
showed a deficit of $fi.80, the receipts j
were   $16S.:"0 and   the   disbursements j
$175.30-
A  number  of minor  matters  were i
to a letter regarding the employment j discussed  under the head of generi!
"f  Asiatic  firemen  on  stationary  en-1 business  and   a  vote  of  thanks  was
allies-   The minister states that under: passed to the secretary for his work
the  boiler  inspection  net   no   person I during the ixast term of office. Among
men of this province, and that we>dil
eontinua? our work for a white Canada
until effective legislation takes ihe
place of the agitat'on to which we
have l een compelled to resort.
Respectfully submitted.
J. D. TAYLOR,
Secret aryl
A Communication was read by the
secretary from F. J. Fulton, chief commissioner of lands and works, in reply
Queen Victoria Weeps for Joy.
!     Madrid, March    13.���King    Alfonso
arrived here today from Barcelona. He
was given a warm welcome   by   the
; people at the railroad station.   Queen
; Victoria wept for joy as she embraced!
' the king, and as the royal pair drove
: through the streets to the palace the.
crowds cheerefl continually.
COAL SPECULATORS FIND
Blli VENTURE A FAILURE
ELEVEN JAPS SUBSIST
With the
^^^^^^     Was
control, although
Ital conies    from
'���ould be employed to operate any
stentn plant coming under the juris
diction of the  act   unless  be hob)  n
certificate of bbmpetenejr grunted
thereunder. The regulations provldi <!
that foreign engineers must prove that
they ean speak and write English stif
flclently well to perform the duties required of them In operating a slentn
plant. The reply did not appear to
cover the question In the opinion of
the meeting, and It wns decided thai
the proper action to be taken to secure
some definite action In the matter
from the- provincial government wai
to secure the names of the firms employing Asiatic firemen and submit
these to thp minister. A committee
foe  the   purposp,   consisting  of    Mr.
the matter mentioned wns the distributing of dogers by a Vaiuouve;
gents furnishing firm  by the use of
Australian Fuel Imported a Huge Cost
Unable to Find a Market ln San
Francisco.
.   -.i-t!^"' ��� '        """ '���  '
Victoria, March 13,���The Australian
|earh
*��r M
r" forked.
J�� Ch,,,*;*; "��*���   experience
>m,i \  '������ thai    one Anglo-
**����ia ,,,,'"  wo ChJnamen any
At ���..     "'" 'nine.
1    '"it ii
"in" la undergiVng
 ::io;,:;:::;:;��� a quart,;1
n'"K^ .,,:���   '/v  w:'"   ��ome   500 jM
''   ln|ne. | (..land.
Seattle, March 18, The revenue cutter Thctl. has returned liere, having ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
rescued the remaining eleven of the had the desired Influence the fact that
crew of BatSlima Maru, a Japanese i the net Is now law In British Coluiiib-'n
with t-te I SChOonW wrecked lu Yakiitii bay. Is n matter for congratulation. Thoutih
Alaska, November 5 bast. The v< BSel the adoption of the trenty with Japan
was blown ashore al the base of the has made this act Inapplicable to the
Malasplan glacier.    Owing to the inr Japanese, so far as their entry
ous surf running tbev were unable to British  f'olumbla   Is concerned. It  re-   ^'r  "���   knowledge  many   such
get   away   from   the  spot     tor
months,   subsisting   on     provisions
hold licenses under the control of the j nf fflfe 0,hPr employees.
men managed to reach the outside a
the government sent the ThfttlS to res-
President Turnbull reported on the
^Phipps and E. Kerr was appointed.   A
)n(o  number of those present stnted that j��recent visit of the municlual commit-
_|ee to the city council, stating that
three  mains operative to restrict their prlvi-   ""'������' were engaged at the various'
leges  while  resident  here.     Under It   m"K and ,he?r lack of knowledge of
the work was n menace to the lives
nil Asiatics are declared Ineligible to
In  Jiatrimry Captain ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
^^^^^^^^ nd   legislature,  to  hold  real property or;     *"*   correspondence  between
the
file the others.
Tbe Thetis   Is  under orders  to re-
'"'ing spent this'turn to Alaska to rescue thirteen "tr-
equipment   alone. ' vlvors of the fishing schooner .U>hr\ F.
ft>'  with   Homo   .no ! vtii]f,r. h. ild to be Starving on t'nimnk
to exercise the franchise;. and ns "eerefiry and the federal premier with
this provision w'll prevent Japanese, reference to the removal of the lleu-
who come Into the province contrary, tenant-governor was read and ��� filed,
to the terms of the act from obtaining the premier In his reply stating that
Palling licenses whenever these are is- the matter would be dealt with .
sued by the provincial anthor'fies, It Hr��n- F- ���*��� Fulton also replied re-
la important fo na as a-league flat  S-M'n*  the  issuing of licenses    to
Hindus. J. j. Randolph, who raised ! Bteame,. oHann, which left Vancouver
the question, stated that he did not   .    _     _
think .that this firm should receive , f��r S"n 1'ranclsco a WPok or two a"��-
the patronage of the members. The1 ,s swlng'ng In San Francisco bay uncase of a Japanese barber In the city ! -tile to find storage for her cargo' of
and Japanese restaurant- being pat- j Australian coal. She is only one of
roniaed by white men was raised nnd ' a score. however, and altogether there
occas oned some sharp dlscusalon, dtir-j ���.���  ,Knnnn f-���.  ���,  v���    ���... ,
i..~ -,...,.��. - i .,,__._. ' Rre 15,'.000 tons of .\Qwcastle coal
ing which a voice cut In to the effect I
thai   the owner    thereof    had    been | afloat lri the bay'
operated   upon  at   tlie   tonsorinl par-1     It Is a story of a speculation which
lors In question and  would go there i-ailed.   Calculating on a hard winter
again-    The  president  did  not   think ' and a strike at the Vancouver Island
that tho  competit'on of  the  Japs  In ! mines, 'Frisco speculators bought free-
these  lines  amounted  to   much   an,-: ly the Australian coal, expecting high
way. ^^^^^
their efforts had been successful in
obtaining the repeal of the manufacturers' exemption by-law. They had
also expressed their views with' reference to the publicity of council meetings and committee*.
Since the interview he had learned
that the Japs were obtaining manufacturer's rate on water. The secretary-
was instructed to write the chairman
of the waterworks committee with respect to the matter.
price", but neither the hard winter
nor the strike materialized, and there-
was no unusual demand. The result
ig that there Is no storage room at
the Californlan pott, and the fleet of
polliers are waiting ln the stream
while the unfortunate consignees are
making frantic efforts to dispone of
their stocks. Some of them are selling the coal at $5 a ton, leu than the
freight charge from Australia* and one
firm haa paid $100,090 in Apurragti,
When the purchase* were made tt*
freight rates were ��lg_ ��rf| the triers were charted from JS to' If .��� ipi'
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
!ARCH 14
CHINES. WILL BUILD
NEW TOWN IN
Feud Starts Over Action of
Tyees in Buying Site of
Present Chinatown.
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SOCIETIES.
CHURCH
SERVICES
-Nanaimo,   .March   13���The  frenzi.d
finance amongst thc local Chinese has .
assumed an Interesting phase as a result of  which .Nanaimo  will,    in   all
likelihood see a new Chinatown spring
up outside of the present city limits.
A few days ago ning Kee aniT"Sing
Chung Yung    purchased    the present
Chinatown,  from    the Western    Fuel
company.    Bing Kee is a Vancouver
Chinaman,  one who would be known
iu American parlance, as a sport. Ii<j
owns considerable  property on    the
mainland   and   on  the  island,  among
others several choice lots in Albernl.
SinK Chung Yung   is    a    local    tyee
Chinaman.   While these two were the
most   prominent   in the  deal,  several
others bad money interested, amongst
others Sam. the chief cook in the "Wilson hotel.   The object of those buying
is  variously described  by the others
not  in the deal, bul It sei nis thai Hie
majority of tlie others nre very    in-
dignanl  over the matter and believe
thai they were lo be tbe victims of a
big  hold-up  game,    They  seem  par-
ficul irly  bltler against    Sing   Chung
Yung, whom they say has made    too
much money,
Tho upshot of the affair is that tho
wealthy Chinamen, led by Lung Kee,
who were not in the other deal have
Xteen negotiating for land on which
to establish a new Chinatown, and
it is generally ���understood have purchase, land northwest of where the
present Chinatown is situated.
Those favoring t.he Ping Kee Sing
Chung Yung combination, who were
seen this morning are apparently not
worrying much other the turn affairs
have taken. One of them said all the
shacks and buildings in Chinatown
would be torn down and the land
divided up into lots for sale for either
white men or Chinaman.
"Supposing," he said, "white men do
not come, plenty more Chinimen come
to live in Nanaimo."
HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL���
Holy Communion S a.m., Matins and
sermon 11 a.m., evensong and sermon
7 p.m., Sunday school ai 2:.h p.m. On
tbe lust and third Sundays there is
also a celebration of Iho Holy Communion after Matins.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Holy Communion first Sunday in the
monili after morning service. Prayer
meeting on Tuesdays at. 7:30 p.m.
Daring Lent special services will be
held on Wednesday afternoons at 3:30
p.m. The services tomorrow will be
conducted by the Rev. Morton Smith,
of Vancouver.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rusg, D.D., pastor. Morning subject,
"The Work and the Day"; evening.
"Heart Reading, How to Study Character," this being the second In tbe
series of sermons on "Heart Life."
WEST PRESBYTERIAN���Rev, T.
Wardlaw Taylor: M.A., Ph.D.. pastor.
Evening subject, "The Book and the
Law." The Knights of Pythias will
attend thi" evening service in a body,
meeting in Castle hall at 6 o'clock.
THRIFT
Add to the cost of "cheap" and poor food the loss
caused by bad nourishment consequent Ill-health
and lack of energy to-do efficient work and yoi: see
the result of bad economy. Iteal thrift is manifested in the use of the best.
"BOVRIL" makes tasteful and nourishing mea's,
and places good health .and strength within your
reach at a very small outlay. It is true economy
to use "BOVRIL."
Banking for Business Men
Our methods of banking are the kind men of business prefer���
considerate, just, prompt and acculate. You are cordially Invited to
investigate  our means  and methods.
Special consideration given savings depositors.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this  lodge
ire bald In Oddfellews' hall- Colum
hla  street, every   Monday  evening
at S o'clock.
ynopsis    of
Canadian    w_.*_
\. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. ,.
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day In each month. VIsit.inp
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  ���street
Any
niiiiiou  Ian
Swan aim Alberta,
aot l'esery.d
Sa3kfa|
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my      '        Leaded!
any person who Is H f
family, or any ma,   .  .        I
age, to the extent of one-qu. ?,
tlon of 160 acres,
Application   .
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the | made ���- 	
.OURT BRUNETTE,- No. 4099,  I.O.F. '
lay
the  small
month   at  8  o'clock,  in
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings ol
this Lodge nue held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays or each month
at 8 p. ro. in Ibe Oddfellows' Hall,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. in., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W.  Pres.;   H.  Schofleld,  Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS CF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street,
ror
in Person  b.   ��� ,   a  ,,
a Dominion Lan I    \ .,���...       l
agducy for tne     ' in Jhich8?!
land is situate.   Entr ;,      *
however,  be made an i	
certain conditio,:
er, ron, daughter, , r or.,'
au intending bnmesti ader.
DUltl
"J topej
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ENGLISH ETCHINGS,
There are still in existence some Brit
Ish bank notes dated 17U8 and printed
oo satin.
There are 2,."00,000 cycles in use in
the United Kingdom, or one for every
twenty.of tbe population.
Tlier* are three Jewish peers lu Eng
land and eleven baronets, while sixteen Jews have seats in Hie house of
commons.
The sale of patent medicines for a
year iu Croat Britain averages more
than one package for eacb inhabitant
m NORTHERN BANK
The homesteader is
form the homei
of the following
(U    At least glx d ,
upon  and  cultival   a ,,"
each  year for thn
(-')    A homes ��� . , ,
desires, perform the
deuce  duties  by   '
land owned f
tlmif eighty  (80)     .
the  vicinity ,,;  bis hoi |    , i
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requirement.
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Rest  and   Undivided   Profits. $132,000.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
60N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and 'ownership in '.
Third Tuesday  of every  mouth  in
K. of P. hall.   Chii f W. Sutherland.
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| I.  O.  O. F.���Royal  City  Lodge,   No.  3   father  is decea ���  . .,,j
j    ���Meets   i.i   Oddfellows'  Hall,   Col- nas permanent  re      ice on furmif
umbla Street, every Friday evening land owned soled; ,|
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren will  than eighty (80)
COROT'S RUSTIC HABITS.
Ho.- the Ariist Camp .<> Live the J_I..r
ot a   I'eimniit.
CJOrot's father was n littlp, dry. thin
eld   man,   whose correct  appearance,
precise gestures and short speech were
tn singular contrast to the genialitj
and Jovial ways of Camllle.   He was
the typical business man.   He wished
bis sou to go Into business nnd apprentice,  him  to a  wholesale cloth  merchant   Camille, who dreamed only o'
gsjrtfflng, conceited a violent aversion
to commerce ninl Seized every oppnr
.ruuilj to escape from lhe shop and go
��.ip te _iis room to capy drawings.   Ills
���employer  was  very  dissatisfied   with
..him.and complained to hi. father, who
'reprimanded hlm severely.   At last 0119
��day .the young man did not go to bust
ues*. aud ttef_d his father that he must
follow bis vocation, even if It brought
him.misery. Seeing that nothing could
alter this decision,  "Very  well,"  the
father answered. "I will give you 1,200
-francs annually-not a centime more-
eind you will mate the best you can
���of It."
-Camllle leaped for joy.    He lnime-
-iatd/y imade preparations for departure, left home and Installed _iirns.elf
��11 the little hamlet of Morvan, at a j
farrier's whose numerous family was
crowded  into  thc  only   room,   which
was the forge.   Corot there contracted i
the habits of the peasantry, which he
retained ever after.   Be bad no needs
lived only for his art and found com- !
plete happiness In it.
U'-p- n long time Corot remained at I
���'tlie farrier's, satisfied with the coarse ! Bros
rood, bappy In bis liberty and feollnj? | .
ricJj ivith bis modest allowance.   En- :
��� towaffl with robust health  and being iff1*1";
Jovial by nature, he always sang while ' i:''
ha warirod,-aud .his. gayety never deserted hlm
a-ttlhls 'father's  death   Corot   fountt
lilnise'i? possessed of n revenue of 40,- I
OM francs, but this opulence did not j
change his rustic habits, lie continued
of the country, with a face value of 1 ^
over ��2,750,000, .
The London christian World, the 1
most widely circulated religious paper j ���
In England, reports the consecration j *
of a chapel by the archbishop of Can | g
terbury and gives token of its ecclesl ! a
astlcal aud geographicni knowledg. by \ */.
adding, "The sermou wus preached Pj j *
y.-* bishop of Rhode l.si.-iiul, N. Y."       \'Z
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"Let me ��ee,' mused th* sporflnj
editor.   "What Is an Incubator?"
"An incubator," replied tbe agricu*
ttiral editor, "Is an egg piant."
Discouragement le but dlsencbaated
egotlsm.���M-Kzinl
Ccfilesised
Advertisements
TTT ANTED AT ONCE AN AGENT
"�� to represent the North American Accident insurance Company in
New Westminster and immediate
vicinity. Excellent opportunity for
live man, Apply to Head Office for
Western Canada, 510 Mclntyre block,
Winnipeg, Man.
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POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, -""lumbia St., at
8 p. in., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
(into and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
P. and A. IM.; King Solomon Ixidge,
No. 17, A. F. aud A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L��� No. 159.; ��ourt
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. P.; |p. O.
.'., Cmirt Westminster, NO. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest So. 29;
PROFESSIONAL.
tin! vicinity of th j
-in a homestead en j
in the vicinity, t ich ,.,  . ���
perform his own
liring with the father (01 mother
(l)    The term "vicl        In      ���{
preceding  paragrai h        I fined
meaning not more I    1 nine miles!
a direct line, excl 1     1 of th   wi
of  road  allowances
measurement.
15)    A  homestea lei   Intel line
perform   bis  resid n ������       ies ia
cordance with the a ove while llv
wilh parents or on farming land oil
ed b.   himself musi notify the agq
for the district ot bui h Inti ;.p: m
Six months' ni tl ivrlting'mj
j be given to the Commissioner of,
minion Land-- al Ottav 1   oi Intel 1
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; to apply for patent.
w. w. cor
"ITT ANTED���A   SMART
'��    pattern department.
JS   Collister &
Co.
POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER
*��� correspondent; experie-.^ved.
dress Box "D," News office
Eugene   Brown
isisOflcrcaf,??-
NORMAN BOLE, K.  _.,    HAR- V  '.'
rister and  Solicitor.    i.hamb--
ers,   Canadian    Hank   of   Commerce
building, .New Westminster, D. C.
W.
uty of the Minister oi thi c
1    N.   Br-Unauthoriz ! publlcatloi
j this advertisement  will hot b.
i for.
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A'HEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
Mail Service
opposite Court House,
Bter.    Phone J43.
New Westmin-
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barri.-
Isrs and solicitors, DIackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
VV. J. Wlilteside, H, L. Edmonds.
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CLOTHIER   and
HABERDASHER
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"noUNO���ROWING BOAT. Owi.er
*��� can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. If n'��_ claimed" within seven
days will b t- sold to defray expenses.
Apply "Boat,"" care of Daily News.
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BLACKSMITH  FOR
.fork.      Apply
office, ProBt street.
Gillev
ISH SETTER FOR BALK.
ch, City.
W.
WANTED���PUI
in    English
;pils  (kvv:ni.\gs)
h  subjects,  classics,
sctenisn., mathematic*   Box 487, city.
his simple and laborious life.   Always j X\[       ��� rED
homo. ���   " "      fit rn 11 ur.
up before dawn, be put'on the peasant's clothes that be wore nil bis life,
at/, his soup, lit bis pipe and with his
box ln his band and his easel or. bin
shoulder started for his work. Ills sonorous voice ringing out joyously G.
-Cbardln ln Putnam's Month!*.
- ALL KINDS OF
e repairing. Pianos and
! organs tuned and polished. Hum*
: phreyBj Carnarvon street, near City
' Bakery.
,    ej-fcr Ther dot no Mau.
Xn f-Bclal of the postofflce depart,
ment at Washington tells of a new
postofflce that was established In a
��� certain small town. A native of the
place, the proprietor of a grocery, was
'(���stalled as postmaster. It was not
very long before complaints were filed
���with .the department that no mall was
ibelng forwarded from the new office,
��d an inspector was detailed to Investigate the matter. When be called tip
Mi the postmaster and asked why no
mall had been sent out, the former
pointed te a large mail bag hanging up
in a corner and said;
The .twill's lu that bag. Iu: i 1 ��eui
���It ont yet because the bag ai;t nu
where* 11 ig.l< 'nil."
ANTED���STORE   16   or   20x40.
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F
OR SALE���BEST FIR CORD
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies tn
stock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. 0. Bor 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St,
VANCOUVER
Fresh Eggs, 25c doz.
Best Hams, - 16c lb.
TO - DAY
 AT	
ADAMS & DEANS
Pbone 97.. Prompt Delivery
MARTIN, WJ.ART & McQUARRIB
Barristors, s-Vfteitors, etc. Offices,
N'ew Westminster, trapp Blk. corner
Clarckaon and Lome strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24. 445 Granville street,
Joseph .Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
O. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourn.. Mr.
Martin wil be in the We_.n.lnster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GI-.UKUiii t_. M.Ut'1'l.N, Uiiirisiei due
Solicitor, Oulchon block. Colum
da aud McKenzie streets. New West
iilnstei. B. C.
*\. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, l> oractlce since
1891 at New Westm.-">t��r nr. Offices removed to Cyrils Block, Clark-
son street, opposite Court House.
P>0. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzb
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
115 Acres on North Road i
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May
Co., Toronto.
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One tacre cleared, use of house on next property free for six months.
Fine creek runs through land, one mile from Sapperton tram.
Price $123 an acre; $390 cash, balance easy terms-
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon.. 307
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BOARD  OF TRADE���New   Wesiiitln-
ster ll.-ard.of Trade meets J,- the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of eacb mo 'th,
Quarterly meetings on the si -nd
Wednesday of February, May,
August and' November, at 8 p no.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at amy monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
daily at 3:15; makes close connections for all Kootenay points add also
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt��� Vancouver.
Dispatchdd i.   C. P. R-
a. m.; Close S a. nl,
Sumas and Seattle, cm Jluniiu.^
dally.
Millside No.   1,   <:.ii-   etrept Su|
day;   Sapperton  .No.  _,  dally n'(
Sunday.   Malls Receive;] at 6:M��J
Dispatched by B. C. Eie.tr!. rslltll
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouvm-, No. l, dallyexetplSuf
days.   Return mail received IO'*-8--
Dispatched by G.N.!-: wain. $45 s-m|
Cloverdale, NlcomeA-, Port Kel!<
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, W<fc
cord, Blaine and Seattle fall |W'��U
ln Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), (Ml. "1
cept Sunday. Return mails receive!
at 3.80 p.m. Bonacord Wednesday^
_.'i_d Saturdays,
Clayton,   Tuesdays  and TOursd ��� ' |
Tynebead,     Wednesflays  and
days.    Return mail received Monday^
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. - '  '    !
10:30 a. m.: , .
Vancouver No. ":  Victoria, N'"   ;1
Central   Park,  daily  excepi S��na>
Return mail received al 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier. t;13 "��� n,-:
East Burnaby, daily except S'm''3
Return malls received :.' '"' "��� *'
Dispatched by carrier 12'M noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill,
days und Fridays,   Return   ma
celved Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by c. i'- R. ,'oa'-
daily   (closes daily at   '"'
time during wlntc-
Ladner,    Westham
Guichon,    Steveston,
Tut*
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Island,   ''"'l
Sunbury.
except Sunday.   Return mails rece,
ed from 9 a. m. to ll a, ta.
Woodward's, Wednesday a
day:   Return mall on Wednesdays
Saturdays.
Vancouver.   No.   8,   and
Lake; closes at 8:30 p.m
cept Sunday.    Return mails
ot 0 p.m. ���
Burnaby    lake.    Return   bv"
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Filer. 4 o ��"
To southern    points,   flai'.
Sunday.   Return inail 11 !����� m
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at
m., mall closes at 2
Calgary and Vancouver:
P. R. east, second main
received at 1 p. m. ,
Sapperton. No. 2: ^i]1fi6'J'W
Coquitlam, dally except Sufi
turn mall recelred at I P- ���'
nd Sa��>p
an!
BurnaM
daily  ��'
recfllvw
8:15 P-
30 p.m.i
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Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
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XHK NECESSITY of saving has never been
irent than at the present time.
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ACRES. Four acres cleared. Between
this city and Burnaby lake. Splendid
fruit land. Adjoining land is held at
$100.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
ry easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY 1
THOS. R, PEARSON,
REAL ESTATE	
-and -
Manager
 INSURANCE
: minster Branch.
Juniors and' Intermediates
Play in Vancouver���Basketball Game This Evening.
Thi' college students leave for Vancouver in a special car this morning
to root tor their two tootuatl team.
The junior soccer eleven is to play
the Shamrocks, and winning this
.name, they will tie their oppon nts
for the mainland championship. The
Shamrocks are a very strong aggregation, only recently beating an inler
mediate team which ther played as
substitute, for the Shamrock intermediates, who Sailed to show up. Tho
('. M. c. lineup will be: Goal, Betts;
full backs, It. Myers and (.. Latimer;
half backs, J. Drainey, A, Pound and
Prouty; forwards, C. C- Smith, II.
Drainey, P. Turner, nickie and N. C,
Kenny. The second association football game is the postponed match
with the Intermediate Celt'c . The
Vancouver players are: Goal, McColl;
full backs, Holdsworth and Waters;
half ! acks, Wilson, Pinke, McMur-
forwards, Smith, Fitzpatrick,
les, McKay and Bucban. The
I ton Poinl grounds havi bei i. se-
' ��� for the game.
IV- is later arrangement's are mad ���
thi C ilumblan junior basketball i am
Will ��� eei ihe Y. M. c. A. juniors In
' rening, This game is particular-
y interesting as the same team.-are
"'fi; to meet again in tbe junior bas-
ball tournament. The college five
vill be I..- Robson, 0. C. Smith. X. i\
'���" ' ,. II. Gilford and H. Betts.   This
-CANT BE BEAT.".
"WHAT?"
Sausages,  Head Cheese,
Jellied Veal.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
* PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
% FOR   I
CHOICE BEEF
|Fr��h Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer'*. Pork
V
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JOB
PRINTING
Go to
The Arrow Press
Windsor Hotel  Block.
I
loon the" college juveniles, A.
Bi rry, D. Smith, Priest, II. Turn' nil
and A, White, will oppose a city team
of ,T, Johns, v. DeBeck, L. Sangster,
J. Gilford and P. Sangster in the
school tyni.
A truly academic debate was given i >>;<*>ro��>>>rC<4>^
yesterday afternoon  in    the    science i       _
hall on    Resolved,  that a  four  yonr
university  course  is  more  condticiv<
to culture than four years of travel !
the affirmative winning.    Fine trrgu
ments were formulated by both sides, I    Repairs of all kinds given special at
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water filters, Re.
tention. Sewer connections made.
Phono   A 377
BcMENLMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
ok of
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dcater* in All Kindt ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
B'ar
!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
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CAPITAL ��14,4C0,0CU.(y>
RESERVE       ��11,000,OO0.0G
-.hes throughout Canada and New: uudland,  and   in   Loudon,   England
New  York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and .Mexico City.     A i_en
eral Hanking  Business Transacted.
l.i-tters of Credit issued, available With correspondents in al)  Darts of the
\,'orld.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposit3 received 'n sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $1CS,000.000.00.
\"'.\v  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. <j. D. BRYMNER, Manager
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IFOR SALE.....
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
and the winners came out ahead, not.
because of eloquence, but because of l Moderate Charges.
substance   Those who stood for the j Front St. New Westminster
"yes" were M. L. Smith, A. Pound and '	
Mis< T. Kerr; they were opposed by
Mr. Hobhins, Mr. Burnett and .1.
Houle. In the evening tho commercial
students furnished the material for a
pleasant i niertainment. A program
of which a dialogue was the principal
item preceded a social time.
A LOST RIDING  HABIT.
: * deliver to any part of the city.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-
up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
">��� WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD. General  Manager.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333   j
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COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Meneral Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
Di
SAVINGS BANK. DEPARTMENT.
*2j5f '���' --a* upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and j
tho t,uarte��"��y-    The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
'   Withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���IL R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH,
'Phone  106.
NEW WESTMINSTER
It I.<>��t For the KnipreM Eugenie I _���
French   Empire.
Even Emlle do Girardin, whom Eu
i fenie welcomed na "the gTavedlgger of
| dynasties" because he had gone to
: Louis rhlllpfie ou tlie eve of his flight
. In 1S4S to warn hlm as lie came to
1 warn ber now', said to her very seriously that night:
"Should your majesty appear brave-
: ly on horseback in the jnklst of the
i pe_ple your majesty can still count on
i tfeelr enthusiasm nnd devotion."
i Eugenie resolved to show herself on
I horseback She ordered that the rid-
| Ing habit be chosen. It must be all
i black, of the severest simplicity. And
j she wonld just pin the red ribbon of
j the Legion of Honor on her left breast.
Often thc slightest causes bring
I about the gravest results. The tragedy
I ef the empire's last chance, therefore,
| must be sought along wifh the black
! elding skirt ant! corsage.
By Incredible 111 luck they could n*A
\ And it. There had been one, but it had
j disappeared, "doubtless stolon." Oth
j ers were at Complegne and Fontaine-
| bleau. They found a riding habit of
i dark green with heavy g,eh} "u-aid, the
I costume of the Imperial sfnft fiuuts.
I "It will not do," Eugenie sobbed; "It
! will not do!"
And so for luck of a black skirt and
I corsage the empress of the Preach waa
forced to flee her capital nnd lost au
empire.���Sterling   Heilig   iu   Metropolitan Magazine
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
���
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
! T>l. 113. Offlce,  Elgin* StrecV,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B-   C.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trams Every Day in the Ye.r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted wHb
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated rrain ia the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
;��r. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, H-
hrarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
"u. _hcr information call on or write
F, W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
��ao Second Avenue. Seattle. Wsair
Trx Our...
ALL  'KINDS
At
Ryall's DrugStore
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   is   mucli
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
When  the  Wire Tire*.
"Messages," said a telegraph operator, "always slide over the wires better on Monday than ou any other day.
The wires, you see. have profited by
their Sunday rest. It Is a- fact thnt Inanimate as well as animate things get
tired and need n vacation occasionally,
'You Know how true this Is of razors, of
automobiles, of locomotives, and it ia
Just as true of telegraph wires. A wire
after its Sunday rest gives n quicker', a
fuller nnd tr more delicate transmission. It Is like n piano that has just
been tuned."
BrawBht name to Hlm.
Crusht-After nil. right doesn't ct-
ways make might, does lt? Fratikmao
���I don't know about that. The ruatrl
r.onlal rite seem* to have made a mite
of you.-fclcliinonB Dispatch.
Eyes Tested Tree
Hear. Heart
-Pa."
"Well?"
"What's women's righto?"
"Everything they went   E���� *w*s*
-eiavt-lnni. I.eadvr
Grand Trunk Ry;
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falto.
For Tim�� Tables, etc., ad&resa
GEO. W. VA'wiX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket".
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago. ID.
nr      ADVERTISE      "��
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
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SATURDAY
MARCH
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Dress for
Success
Achievement and good clothes always go together. A man who tires .is
poorly never receives the same consideration %as the man who dresses
carefully���critically.
See our spring woollens for suggestions.
Morgans
wrongs if it insists ui��on flagging the
fast express of Parliament every time
it wi'.nts to ask e nia.il clerk why a
letter has been delayed."
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by lhe Daily News Pub;
fishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
COST   OF   FALSE   CHARGES
The other night Sir Hibbert Tupi er
made the charge lhat the Liberal
Government were balking investigation and obstructing the "scandal
mill." It is timely that t'ne same��__ight
the Minister of the Interior was able
to give a most effective answer to the
Opposition charge ih.at he has been
Withholding returns by stating that, so
far this session, his department has
brought down 20 returns and answered
93 questions, as well as producing 26
original files. In addition, lie added
that altogether his department had
produced no fewer than 236 files before the House or its committees.
This is a record of which any department may well be proud, even if
the work has involved the diversion
of tlie time of the employees of the
department from their legitimate oc-
cupation to a greater extent than ever.
And the point which Liberals the
country over should impress upon
their fellow citizens is that in not a
single case h.-ive the Opposition proved
any wrong-doing by either the Minister or any of his departmental officials.
will not affect tho market for horses
and feed for many years lo come and
the horseless age may be in the d.:n
distance and is alike as Improvable
as ,_ horse famine. There may be a
decline in prices but ceriainly -there
will be no appreciable ra:se and
holders of stocks ought to have the
common sense ro let go what has accumulated at the good prices now
ruling and not have anything to dump
on to a panic market.
MAURETANIA CONTINUES
RECORD-BREAKING CLIP
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
HORSES AND FEED.
The human race, through and
through, resemble each oilier in one
particular, namely thai the higher in
price heroine a necessity, a luxury or
a commodity, the bolder thetQof is
less disposed to sell. The horse and
horse feed situation this year is a
Montreal Star case in point, prices for each heinf
sitting of the higher all round than ever before, the
the! stop,i in nrst hands being larger than
ever bejpre, with a disposition yet
to hold. The wisdom of this course
is questionable and the 'accumulation
of large surplus stocks in either
horses or feed is doubted very much
and the result of holding from 1890
to 1892 may he repeated- .. season
changes conditions very much and a
tightening of the nation's purse
the country what it is all about. When strings may reduce the demand and
the issue is a grave one, obstruction is values may ease off yery perceptibly,
justified.    When the Liberals set out  People yet  want Horses    and    horse
teed and are willing to pay good pric?s
for both of these which are held within the Province of British Columbia,
but if they cannot purchase here, they
will seek ether fields of supply where
SATURDAY. MARCH 14, 1908.
MARTIN TACTICS.
The comment of the
on the recent 57-hpurs
Commons at Ottawa, which was
culmination of weeks of studied  obstruction, is so admirable that we reproduce it in its entirety, as follows:
,. "An Opposition, before it holds Parliament up for three days u? pure and
even puerile obstruction, should take
the precaution of making it clear to
Queenstinvn, March 13.���The sta.uu
er Mauretanla today established a new
transatlantic record by two hours ami
thirty-six minutes, She arrived off
Daunt's rock at -1:11 this afternoon,
and this makes her time in transit five
days and five minutes.
She cleared Saridy Hook lightship
at 11:09 a.m., March 7. The total distance traversed is 2932 knots.
An average of 24.12 knots an hour
for the whole trip was made, as
against  her previous record of 23.90'
For Dinner���use WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Its fine purity
acid's a new delicious savour to
vegetables, meats and salads.
Never bitter.
158
AIJJEOATIONS OF GRAFT
DISPROVED AT OTTAWA
Lands Commissioner Gives  Details of
Methods  of Granting Timber
Berth Contracts.
Ottawa, March 13.-
accounts    committee
Greenway, Dominion
-At    the   putlic
today,    J.    W.
lands   commis
sioner, was examined in regard to the
method of granting timber berth connects. He said that he pursued th_
same system as was done before he
entered the department. Tentlers
were opened in the presence of the
clerk In his office, and some times the
tenderers were present. Whenever
the tenderers wanted to be present
they were always admitted.
i Travelling Necessities
I
I
!
Suit Cases from $2.00 to $25.00
the case.
Club Bags, $1.50 to $6.50 the bag.
Telescopes, 50c to $3.50.
Trunks of all kinds;
Prices from $4 to $20.
The best eastward sailing average of
thc  Lusitania   was   23.62.    The   best     About a year ago th-.        t -m was
day's  record was ,r��75 knots,  yith  an , changed SO that he not only opened j
average of 21.77 an hour.    This was  tenders but awarded    the    contracts,
made on Tuesday. It has been equalled j The same clerk that was with Mr. Tur-.
previously, on January 29, when the.' >'iir is sti11  with ttlm. and  h"  there-
Mauretstnia covered the same distance' fore knew tne method pursued.   There
PHILLI
in a day while bound east.
The high average run an hour 1 y
tlje German transatlantic liners :s
2���..r>s. This was made hy the Kaiser
Wilhelm if.
was  no  secluded   room
said by the opposition.
as   has  been
to light the famous Franchise Bill by
systematic obstruction, whatever we
might think of the justice of their
position, they were at all -events, facing an important and far-reaching is- t;lev
sue; aud they made it perfectly plain   their
to the country and to Parliament wh.t  	
they were fighting for.   They called it'"
a 'fig'ht for freedom';   and  the great
mass of the Liberal    party , bel.eved
that the battle w;i_ not misnamed.
"So far as we can gather from the
sleepy reports which the papers have
been  able to give us of the 'terrible
struggle'  which went on  at    Ottawa
daring the last   three   days of   last
week, it was a fight for more readiness to bring down information.   Now
an Opposition is certainly justified in
demanding   the   fullest   information.
But the Minister who was behind with I
his 'information' explained    that   his j
Department  was getting it  ready as;
rapidly as it could, and that he would i
soon lay it on the table.    He did not
refuse   to   give the   information; he
promised to give it.   Some of the in-!
formation sought he had already given,:
:and he presented his staff as prepar-  fg��
ing the rest. Under the circumstances, | Qj
ka sane Opposition would surely have f*4
been content with holding back some ! fi_��
of the items in his departmental estimates with the    understanding    that
they  could discuss  the whole matter
on those items when nil the Information was at hand.
"But, instead of (hat. they plunged
into  s  trial of endurance.    The,- re-
-twed to pass a single Item of the Dc-
/...n.ment under fire.  They demanded j
that the Government���the majority--1
should orfl.08 a most humllatlng and
unreasonable  concession to  the  min-'!
orlty, on pain of not being allowed to!
i I' .business,   Any Government com-
poised of human beings would take up j
sieh a challenge. It would speak lit- ���
tie for its backbone If it did not. Thej
result, was that the Opposition kept j
Parliament sitt'ng at great cost to the j
country through three weary and
empty days while they protested
against a Minister who could not turn |
out information faster than his clerks j
could work.
"Obstruction ls the heaviest piece of I
siege artillery available to an Opposl-1
tion. It is, moreover, a gun which:
can very easily blow Itself to pieces, ^-j
At Westminster, it has blown Itself tn EQ
pieces; and that is a free Parliament. Ax
At Washington, the very pieces have | lfi��
"_een buried out. of sight, and the m'n-
orlty lies helpless at the feet of the
majority. The Opposition sho.ild think ; *sgw
of this before it runs out its hundred-1 LO
ton cannon to brush away _ Hy- If Qj
'<he Min'stor positively refuned Infor- j �����_!
���mation, then the situation would he j gjj
���changed. If the Information, when It
���comes down reveals scanda'ous waste. pAa?
fulmss or worse, then we shall expect MJ4
the Opposition to make the most of it flj
But It will only weaken 'til power t"
attract    public    attention    to    gjieat
can   obtain   sufficient   to
needs.    The    automobile
cover
rage
Advance Price of Coal.
Loudon,    March    13.���The    colliery
owners,  who have beeu conferring in
ASTOR WILL DOUBLE
GRANT TO OXFORD
London, March 13.���W. W. Astor
has Imparted another impetus t.i thc
OxforrT university endowment fund
which  was inaugurated  by I/n'd Cur-
I
-THE-
WARDROBE CLOTHIER
THE   HOUSE   OP   PLt:N TY
this city on the subject of the govern i zon on nis election to the chancellor-
ment's bill, aiming at an eight-hour snlp of the university. Mr. Astor
day for miners, decided parliament originally promised to give $50,000
should pass the measure, to advance when the fund reached the total of
the price of coal 36 cents per ton, and j $,-,oo,000; he now promises to give
to make all future contracts on thiB $100,000 when the fund reaches this
basis. Shipowners, railways and amount. The present total of the fund
miners have been sending delegations   \$ $375,000.
to Mr. Gladstone, the secretary    for	
home affairs, ever since the iutroduc- Better Tobacco at Kelowna.
tion of the bill, pointing out that the Vernon, B- C, March IH.���The Kel-
inevitable curtailment of the output! owns Tobacco company has purchased
and the' increase in the price of coal j 10,000 square yards of canvas for the
will mean a serious financial strain,! purpose of growing a finer and super-
if. not bankruptcy, to many of the jor tobacco during th's season, and I eral
country's big industries. Mr. G ad-) should this experiment prove success-
stone  thinks  that  these    facts    aie   ful it is their intention to extend ihe
YEE KEE. Tailor
REMOVED    TO     BEGBIE     STREET.
LATEST  SPRING  SUITING.
*������ Suits Cleaned  and   Pressed.
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders and
Contractors...
>y expert
With   latest  machinery!
materials, al moderate!
exaggerated, but admits that the bill  cultivation anil growth of these more
requires some amendments.
I tender varieties of tobacco.
% fl Young Man
All kinds of carpenters  work. Gen-
repairs    and    alterations.    Estimates free for all    kinds    of   frame
buildings.   Shacks built on the shortest notice.
RUBBER STAMP
Made   in   Vanci
workmen
and  best
prices.
A. G. Bagley & So
410 Hastings Street. Vancouvei
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stair
Electric Blue-Printing|
Any Size
Maps, Charts and Draftii
O.   Box  815.    Office   S?.   And. .wis
Street, between 8th and 9th tt.
The Vancouver   Map and Blul
Print Company,
441 Seymour St., Vancou!)
WESTMI\STER OFFICE:
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S,
Crescent 1
HAVE YOU SEEN
the New Shoes opened up at
Johnston's ?
Westminster
Transfer
Office 'Phone 186.       baro faon* IS?
Columbia 8t
Baggage delivered    promptly  to  in.'
part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi en���Tram Depot
They are 1908 models.
"WALK-OVER" SHOES, in patent leather Ox
fords, tan and gun metal, 3-button Oxfords, and S
a     *  '       8
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many more new styles tn this popular shoe.
The Famous "Warwick Shoe" for Youncr Fellows. s�� ~~ a*,o*********i
, ��       ��  t. ��v��    wuw        *. v��*       __ wuiij,    m vuu ������� M>   !   *>*****************************>******************'* *\
Our 1908 styles in this shoe cannot be surpassed. j,q| |
Prices, $4.50 and $5 a pair. ^ f
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-mi
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamons  Cigar  Divan
���fcTAdvertlse the town we live In I y
mailing Picture Post Cards to ��oer
friends.
For correct and attractive
Printing ��� the kind that
costs no more than the common variety ��� try
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily News Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 3S8
ADVERTISE i.N" THE
DAILY NCT'I
Ladies' 1908 Shoes
Every new spring shoe for ladies is now in our store.   We have dozens of lines of the very best Canadian and American shoes to show you.
OUR  WINDOWS   ARE   FULL   OF   NEW   SPRING   SHOES
Note the prices which are plainly marked on them.
Reicnenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
JOHNSTON'S
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101
WB
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Phorte 101 j
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE fTVll
yhe Cash Stores
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oui the frame school "by swing doors
and a project is also under discuss'on
I'm iho installation of a fire escape.
Thr building will probably he cut in
h i i in order to provide a wider pas-
sage and to leave room for more commodious exits.
Sold hy tu,. leading distributors, the
"B. Ci
cigar.
Chapman's billiard ami pool parlor,
flnesl in , B. C. Dominion Trust
blur.. **
Iii- Honor Justice Howay will hold
county court sessions at Chilliwack on      N" Information  regarding the con-
Thursday, March 26. I dition  of young    Clarence    Kennedy
reached this city yesterday. The latest
Our Spring
Mrs.  J,  ii.   Diamond  will sing the.
"Kerrj   Dai ,"  and   Miss  May  Sulli-
van   "My   Hear  Little  Shamrock," on
St. Patrick's "night. **
The date of the production of the
military play, "Under the British
j as i-i i'n changed from Friday,
torch 20, to Tuesday, March 24.
��� '��� iy  potatoes, just received    a
I ii ni' line potatoes at $1.40 per
sa Routledge's    grocery,     Sixth
stre : and Fifth avenue.                   ���*
J. II. Hrownlee, C. E., Dominion and
''. C. land surveyor, has opened an of-
Guichon blOftk. Phone 338. *
Foi hia Bubjeci ai St, Peter's Catholic church  tomorrow    evening.    Rev.
.: '��� O'Boyle will lake "Tlr. Divorce
Question," this being one of a a r'.es
of a rmops on 'The N'ew Marriage
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Millinery
Opening
Wi   line $20,000 to loan on business
iroperty only, at 7 per cent.   Abbott
advice from Vernon, where the young
m,in is suffering from spinal nunin-
gitis. i.s that he was in a dangerous
oondltion and hardly expected to recover.
The trial scene of Robert Emmet
will be staged by the Young Men's
Literary society, Peter Byrne presiding, at the Irish niglit. Tickets 30c
and 75c, at Ryall's drug store. **
Tine Wells-Collins theatrical com-
iiiny will be in this city on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, when
they will present "The Irish Alaskan"
and "The Senorita," two musical
i omedies, The company numbers
eighteen iiersons. and bears a reputation foi good acting and singing.
A  violin solo by Mr. Cameron is on
program     for   the   Irish   concert.
also  the  inimitable jigs  of the  Hen-
son   brothers,    for  the  Irish  con-
cerl at St. Patrick's hall. **
The new underground oven for L.
L. Gardhouse, Begble street, is now
under construction. The excavation
has been completed and the brickwork
Vs being laid. The oven will be entirely  under the sidewalk.
spies, the minister of marine lias forbidden all vessels without respect to
nationality from approaching or entering any fortified harbor in the Black
sea- at night. If this order is disobeyed the vessels will be bonil.iij.letl.
The order entails considerable delay
in navigation.
Pardon  for  Stoessel.
St. Petersburg. March 1".���It ls unofficially stated that the czar has commuted the death sentence imposed on
I General Stoessel for the surrender of
Tin' old furniture store on Clarkson j Port Arthur to  ten  years' imprison.
Btreet near the ravine has been leased
by ('. Perry, of Ferndale, who proposes to transform it. Into a roller
skating rink. The floor will be covered with maple which has been already
ordered. The rink is to be ready in
three weeks.
A number of Hindus of the coolie
class, unkempt, uncleanly looking
specimens of the genus homo, congregated outside the post office yesterday with their dunnage sacks 'and for
some little iime amused a knot of
inti rested observers as they dived
dusky hands into the depths of the
bags and dragged to the light of day
curiosities of all kinds from their native land, some of which were purchased by the whites who stood
around.
nient in a military fortress, n i.s expected that on lhe ground of ill-health
a full pardon will be granted to him
shortly.
<v.  Hyd,
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HAS
COMMENCED
In chambers yesterday morning before Judge Howay an application was
heard in the case of Authier vs.
Soles for an order for the sale of certain lands under the judgment act.
The order was made.
Ten acre fruit ranch; only four
miles from town, on good road. Has
bearing fruit trees, also small fruits;
house and outbuildings. For quick
sale at ?1550.   Abbott & Hyde. *���
D. M. Coulter, of Langley, who has
been   in   tlie   city  for  several   weeks
A favorite of the eili* smokers,
Irilllante" cigar.
The date of tlie Vancouver V. M. C.
A. vs. New Westminster basketball
match has finally been fixed for Friday of next week. The game will be ���
played in tliis city, and on the result ���
depends the undertaking of tahe trip! *
of the local team to a number of J
southern cities, Aid. Gray having offered to finance this if the local boys win
out against the Vancouver team.
Russia  Makes  a  Threat.
Odessa, March 13.���In consequence
the  ��f the arrest near the fortress of Kara
���������and Battim in Transcaucasia, of several  Turkish officers    alleged    to he
MESDAMES
Moore & Campbell
.. Announce Their ..
MILLINERY OPENING
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday,
March 11th, 12th, and  13th.
'Latest styles and shapes from  fash^
ion's centre."
Bank   of   Commerce   Building,
opposite the Post Office.
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j The City's Grandest   Exposition   of   the
. Season's Newest Fashions
Here, grouped into one complex array, are the
latest patterns in Millinery from New York, together
with hundreds of originals and copies from our own
workrooms. We have eclipsed all previous records.
The stock has been carefully selected by our own experts, many of the stylish patterns being absolutely
exclusive, and will not be duplicated in the province.
We extend to the buying public of New Westminster a cordial invitation to attend our Opening.   If you would know the authentic styles for 1908, we
have them at the
Cash Stores.
An  illustrated  lecture on  "Life   In
the Far  North"  will  be delivered bj*
Rev. A. E. Hetherington, B.A.. B.D., in
under treatment at the Royal Celum-  Qu.en's avenue Methodist church   on
bian  hospital,  returning home yester-  Tuesday evening, March 17, tinder the
day morning on the Bteamer Beaver.
For cut flowers, fiouquets or fun-
eral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B. 208. ���"
auspices of the Women's  Missionary
society. Admission 23c **
Robert Seeley. a bricklayer employ-
id on the construction    of    the    big
The regular monthly meeting ot the  Chinese boarding house at Sapperton.
Women's  Auxiliary of the  Royal Go
Delighted Thousands
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of .New Westminsterites (and surrounding country) have loudly proclaimed every day for the past two weeks their satisfaction with the
great bargains they have secured at
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   .3-
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
lumbiaii hospital will be held on Mon-
day afternoon in the board of trade
rooms at 3 o'clock. Members are requested to te present, this meeting being the date of the annual election of
officers.
Misses Margaret Lewis, Alberta
l.avery and Helen Lomi.ard will contribute to the concert on Tuesday
evening- Darcy's orchestra will be
present. **
C. C. Fisher, district deputy grand
master of the Masons, wlll pay an
official visit lo the Southern Cross
lodge of Vancouver on Wednesday,
March 25. The dstrlct deputy will
be accompanied by a large number of
members from the local lodges, a special car being chartered for the occasion.
Dr. T. H. Levey, Dentist, has moved j
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. *���
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Garments Ready-to-Wear
Our new spring stock is now complete.
We passed through the customs yesterday the balance of our German Coats
and New Costumes. Our buyer from
this department is making a special
purchasing trip to New York this season, in order to have the very latest
productions, and guaranteeing absolute
protection to our numerous customers
by buying exclusive designs. A perfect
lit is guaranteed to every customer and
no extra charge for special fitting.
It only requires a visit to this department to demonstrate beyond a doubt
that this store is in the happy position
of catering even to the most fastidious.
The  "Auto"  cigar
favorite smoke.
is becoming   a
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Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
was the victim of an accident yesterday afternoon, falling from the top
of the building to the ground. Mr.
.Seeley landed in a small excavation i
near the building, severely injui ins
his hack and legs. He was removed
to his residence, where he will be
compelled to rema'n for some time.
The accident happened at the building
which collapsed when partly built
some few weeks ago.
All kinds of pot plants and cut
flowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone 184. ������
Mr. F. Filglano, director of St. Peter's church choir, tenor, and Messrs.
Morris and Groffman, baritones, will
be heard on the seventeenth at St.
Patrick's .hall. *���
An organization to further the interests of the Burquitlam district was
formed this week, when the following
were appointed officers: President, H.
R. Siemon; vice-president, C. J.
Holme; secretary-treasurer, E. M.
Wiltshire*: executive, L. Smith, W. J.
Norman, B. Martin and W, Smith. A
committee consisting of F. W.atts, E.
: Percy,  J.  S.  Chambers    and    A. W.
! Bethune was appointed to ass'st the
executive in drafting a constitution.
Various matters of interest to Bur-
quitlam were discussed before the
meeting adjourned  to  meet again In
I the Burcfuitlain school house on Tuesday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m.
Ladles' and gentlemen's suits cleaned, dyed and repaired. Royal city
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel **
3 Big Specials in Rockers
All Half Price for 8ATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908.    Positively the last
great day of sale.
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N*w Costume Materials
New Organdy Muslins
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We nre handling
brand same as tisei
growers in Oregon and recom
mended by the officials of the i
elation of British Columbia. We
cm sell it by the barrel or less. It's
about h.ilf the price of other ready
stu IT of the same formula. It
liquid and no sediment.
Place orders at once.
The board of school trustees for the
the    Niagara   cit>. tul:lv wilI v|slt tae central school
by the fruit on an inspection trip with the v'ew
to planning better fire protection for
the children. It has hern decided to
replace   the  ordinary   doors  through-
lii.ule
tomes
T. H. SMITH
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Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.
New   Westminster,  B. C.
Phone 92.
Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite Is a boon not to be despised, but If your palate requires a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives is
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have Just received a large Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to introduce this brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
FROM 15c per bottle and upwards
according to size
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PLAYING  CARDS.
PeeulUrities   of   Those    Used   by   th��
Different Nation*.
"One of the most interesting collections of foreign loot that I've seen
recently." said a man ordinarily too
busy to make the trip over the seas
himself, "is an assortment of playing
cards from various parts of the world.
"In every country the owner of the
collection visited���and he went to a
good many���picked up cards of local
manufacture aud so representative of
the nation.
"The Itussiau cards are perhaps th.
roost elaborate.   T^he faces of the kings
and queens are different in each suit, j
Indicating the racial elements that gt'
to compose the empire.
"On the Oreek cards classical heron, j
and heroines are represented. .Nestor,
for example, is tho king of hearts and
Orestes tlie knave. Agamemnon Is th��
king of clubs, Hercules the jack of
���pades and Minos and Danae the king
and queen of diamonds. The Greek
pack is rather a cheap one and scarce
ly docs honor to the celebrities por
frayed.
"Cadiz Is a center for card manufacturing.   Tue idea of the Spanish card
maker seems to be to g^t as much colm
on the cards as possible.    The royal j
robes   are   of   unusual   magnificence, j
Tbe clubs are big bludgeons in green i
and red, and the knave of clubs, gayiy '
caparisoned ou a prancing horse, re- |
minds you Instantly of Jack the Glnni;
Killer.   The spades are ugly little dag i
ten,  and   for  hearts  ami  diamond-
there are disks  and  dice  nip-.    The I
cards in some of the Spanish packs are j
verj- thin and have a capital spring.
"The Madeira cuds come from Lisbon.   The figures are more convention
ft] in design than OP the Spanish.   Tht
ace  cards  are  adorned   ���with   typical I
Portuguese scones,
"A peculiarity of the pack bought in
Constantinople is that the ace cards |
ln addition to the single spade, ilia
aiond, club or heart In the center oi
each, have diminutive aces at the upper left hand und lower right bah.J
corners.
"The Italian face cards portray decidedly gloomy personages. Each on.
of the face cards, by the way, carries
In small print the name anil address Oi
the maker. There are tiny packs, au
Inch nnd a quarter by an inch and
three-quarters tn si.e, which can be
bought ou the streets uf Naples for a
soldo.    These   resemble  the  Spanish
FAILING OF
>rl��  LEAVES.
Wind lu M��- Ai :u"in  It. .illy Its.
Verj   Little t.. !>����� Wl.Ii 1*.
When the storm ctotids gather behind
the brown ..utuumal woods and cold
winds begin tr bl iw, thou the bright
leaves com* drifting lown In fluttering
fast thickeuli g showers until it almost
soeins as if lhe wind wore the activt
ngvut and actually tore the leaves from
the trees This, of course, Is not th.
case. Tlie leaf fall only becomes possible after a long preparation on tbe part
of the tree which forms a peculiu?
layer of cells in each leaf stem called
ibe cleavage plate.
This cleavage plate, or separation
layer, consists of a section of loosely
attached thin walled cells with a few
strands of stronger woody fiber iu
among them, so, in the early autuu .,
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Take  notice  that  application    has
been   made    to   register    Henry    T.
Thrift as the owner in fee simple, un-'
der a tax sale deed from Surrey muni-j
cipality, to  Henry  T.  Thrift bearing!!
date the 1 It- day of September, A.D.
1003, of all and .singular that certain j
parcel or tract of laud and premises j
situate,   lying  and   being  in   the  district of    Xew  Westminster,    in    thei
province of British    Columbia,    more
particularly known and described as,
lots 10  to   11 inclusive,  block  1,  and
lots  7  to  12  and  IT   to  20  inclusive,
block    2,    subdivision    of   southwest'
quarter of section 11, townshin 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest  the  claim   of  the    tax    pur-
,;,,,,���,.,  ,-,,  u.;,,..  appear as nri���i��| chaser within forty-live days from th,
attached us ever before, they are really ' date of Ihe first  publication of    this ,
only  held  ou  the tree by  these few I notice,' otherwise    1    shall    register |
woody strands  nnd  thc outer  brlttlt ' Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof   in,
.Iain or epidermis of the stem.    .Now   fe,._   An(] . hereby direct tnat pirbUca-! I
iulv a slight shock or  wind  Hurry ll<    ,       . ,-.    . ,  .,
_,.       , .    ,      ,   ., ��� -,_-._.  ������.���,-   Hon  for one month in  a  daily news-
sufficient to break the fragile suppor .-.,._,
and bring the leaves In showers to thv PftDer published at New Westminster
ground. We may see these wood? will be good and sufficient service
strands broken through in the leaf scar
of the horse chestnut, where they tip-
pear as little rounded projections on
the broken surface and are often npo'i;
��n of from their fancied resemblanc.
!o the nails of a horseshoe. The hick
'.;' und as'.i among other trees bnv.
vin.llar maraings on their leaf scan,
and from the same cause. On the root
af the wild sarsaparllla, which project
just above the ground, a like series ot
little projection . will be seen upon the.
ringlike scar which surrounds the bud
thereof and  by mailing one  copy  to,
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Quiney, Wash. |
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D, 1908,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Catherine Gerbrlcb, now Catherln
Kirby.
All persons served with this notice,
where'the leaf stalk has just separated.  and those claimlrj- through or unJer
Often the  leaves  separate and  fa.'l
even on the quietest days, for the".
own weight Is sufficient to break thf
frail support These hushed and sv.
premely tranquil dajs we all reme_r.
ber, when our October walks are _.~
companled by the soft, small sounds (
falling leaves, by the rustlings and do
Whisperings of their showering mult!
tndes.���St. Nicholas.
SLEEP AND NERVE REST.
A  Nece_��lty  That   ii  Overlooked   I*
them and all persona c'aiming any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall l��e forever estopped and debarred from se'-
ting tip any claim to or, in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry .\ct."
addressed  lo
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SEALED   TENDERS
In  the  days   when  eight  hours  fo; i
sleep were nominally regarded as zi
hour too long for any self respecting
Individual the exhausting character e4*the undersigned,  and  endorsed "Ten
modern life was unknown.   There wn>   ,
'"''���'���^  '"  ;~" l;"  '���?���'������������'������   ������''���'< ������������������-'! th*J.less wealth and more contentment;lest
i competition and more security; fewei
distractions, but more simplicity, office until FRIDAY, March 20, 1908
Work was easier, slower, and care, inclusively, for the erection of un Ex
anxiety, apprehension���in a word, wor   aminlng    Warehouse    al    Winnipeg
royalties are more dignified.
">':;:. i is a great card emporium, and j
Mousky street offers rich  returns tn!
the card hunter.   Fortune telling cards
must  be  In demand there,  to judge
from (he samples I saw In the Collec- j
tinn.    The Cairo playing cards conic
mostly from Germany.   They are bril-
llnnt in tLoir coloring.   The aces carry !
scene* from lands both west and east. |
"The gem  of  all  the packs  comes
from    Switzerland.    The   cards   are!
for Examining Warehouse, Winnipeg, Man.," will be received at. this
ry- did not feed, Like the worm i' th'
bud, upon the hours exempt from toM
We are remorseless in overtaxing thf
delicate mechanism of our minds and
nerves. The best walker, for instance, j
does not propose to himself to go regv, ;
larly sixty miles a <];ty or to subjec'
the same set of muscles in any oth��.
small, one and three-quarters by two   form  of physical  exercise  to  Inters*
anil a half inches in size, and the back j
design  Is the edelweiss.    The kings,!
queens and .lacks are delightful studies
in Swiss costume, and the purchaser
certainly gets his money'* worth, fo.
each face card  has two  half figures
quite unlike.    On  the aces are Swiss!
and unremitting labor- Bnt that '*
what we do with the immediate ugeni
of our minds the brain machine. V*
pauuot watch its operations. We offer
assume that Its movements are .".s e.g..
anil endless as the ripples of the uni
versal air.   We know and nevorthele.
scenes and objects of interest, also twe | we forget that ihe brain is n substantia'
to a card,  the subjects Including th.
castle of Chillon, the Matterhorn, thei
bridge at Lucerne and the Lion of Lu '
cerne."���Indianapolis SJar.
Piinrmriim &   liillacrj.
The barber uppheu the rich brown
dye with a (ine tooth comb, combing it i
evenly  Into the griztled lock- of the
old man.
"Hair dye, sir," he saiu.   "Plain, uu. i
varnished hair dye Is the base of that
absurd  fallacy   about  people turniug
gray iu a single nigh:.
"If you Investigate those yarns you I
find that Invariably they concern per I
sons lu prison. Or.ini, pining ln jail. ;
had his hair go back on him. Marie i
Antoinette, languishing In a cell, found !
the deep hue of her hair changing to
mi ugly gray. Raleigh, Imprisoned lu i
the tower, developed grayish streaks ;
with Incredible speed.
"The secret of all that, rr.y dear, I. i
this:
"These prisoners In order to couceal j
their gray hair dyed lt, using u poor |
nort of dye,  oue of those  sorts that j
hare to be applied every day or two.
In prison, naturally, the}' could not get I
hold of this dye, nnd hence their locks
whitened at a miraculous rate. When j
people  said   of   them   pityingly   that
their   terror   of   sorrow   hnd   turned
their hair gray lu a single night they
acquiesced   themselves In   the deception, for Is It not embarrassing���I leavo
It to you, sir, ls il not embarrassing���
to explain to the world at largo that
one uses hair dye?"-St. Lou'i Glob*
Democrat.
apparatus as liable to depreciation a"
the fixed plant In a workshop. Now
nothing is more certain than this���thai
the potential capacity of the human
brain has not Increased, if at all, lu
anything like the proportion of the Immensely aggravated demand upon It,
Manitoba.
Plans and specifications can ,'e
seen and forms of tender obtained at
this Department and on application
to Joseph Greenfield, Esq., Supt. Pub.,
lildgs.,   Winnipeg.   Man.
Persons tendering are not;:i" ! that
tenders will not be considered unli as
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must le 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 110
p. c.) of the amount, of the tender,
which will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a con
tract when called upon io do so, or if
The modern man Is subject to <i_ ! he fail to complete the work contract-
much mental nnd mural wear and tea' ed for. If the tender be not aCcept-
In a day as his ancestors in no very j ed, the cheque will be returned,
remote generation experienced In a The Department does not bind it-
week.   Yet in respect of sleep we hav��  ���.!.*., ��� . .1    1       .
.     ���      . .   '   ,.,.      , ,   , ..     ,���    self to accept   he lowest or any   < 11-
hardly changed traditional habit.   W.
keep later and still later hours.    W�� j der' !v  or,ler.
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TIME TO REGISTER.
Only four weeks now remain
for those who are nut already
on thi' voters' list to have their
names registered, Those who
have come to reside in the city
during the past year, ami young
men who have attained the age
of 21 should sen that they are
not deprived of thelr right to
have a voice (n the coming
Dominion election by failure on
their part to reglslri in time,
as the list compiled at. th coming court of revision will most
likely be the one used at the
next election. The' time to
register is RIGHT NOW.
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catch our trains In the morning ht
usual. There Is no doubt whatever tha
we burn the candle nt both ends wtt>.
unprecedented disregard of the laws of
psychological economy, and that th*
amount of rest we allq,w for nerve and
brain is nn longer adequate.���London
Telegraph.
A  Fnut Train.
On the Riviera line near VentimigMa
Italy, the train, after ambling geritlj
along, stopped suddenly. An iJhptitten!
passenger put his head out and nskp*
crustily, "is this Bordlghera?" No answer. "Guard, Is this BordlgheraV" h.
shouted again. A voice
foro part of the train, "No, monsieur
It Is not Bordlghera��� It Is a "ow.1
When the cow bad lieen removed froo
the line the train ambled on igaln
Two minutes later It once more carat
to a dead stop. "Another cow, I siq>
pose?"   shouted   the   testy   passengei
FRED.   GELlNAS,
Secretary.
Department of   Public  Works,
Ottawa, February 21, 190S.
Newspapers   will   not   be   paid   for
this advertisement  If they  insert, it
without   authority   from   the   Depart- I
ment.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Re James Taylor, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given   that   nil
creditors   and  other persons    having
came from thi   any claims or demands    agalnsl    the
estate of .lames 'Taylor,  late of Fori
Langley,   in   the   province   of  British
Columbia, deceased, who died on the
ilOth day of November, 1907, and whose
will was proved In the supreme court
, ,        , , of British Columbia on the 2_th day
��.dTKt,,,M;sK"r"nlin.;;; ��f ftr*lm-by,o,epii M:,y,,;
.nine cow." 1 and Jonn Taylor, the executory therein
named, aixj hereby required . to Bene I
particulars in writing of their claims
or demands to me the undersigned
the solicitor for the saW executors on
or before the 20th day of March, l.o.,
at the undermentioned address, arte."
which date the said executors will
proceed to distribute the assets of the
said James Taylor, deceased, amongst
the parties entitled thereto, having p>
gard only to the claims and demands
of which they shall then have had
notice and the said executors wil] not
be liable for the assets of the said
James Taylor deceased or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose claims and demands they shall not then have hud
notice.
Dated this 20th day of February, A.
D., 1908.
A, WHEALI.I.I.,
Solicitor for the said Joseph Mayers
and John Taylor, Executors.
A Coatly Dealt.
There is a famous old desk in th.
British war office in London. It Is 1
desk to which old hands point with
���motion. That desk cost the nation
!2.V)O0,(>00. In It is a pigeonhole with
a story. It was Into that plgi-onliol.
that the dispatch of King Theodore ot
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotten
After we had been to war the doetl
ment was found ln the desk, and w.
-11 learned that theiv ought to have
been no war.���London Sketch.
Tlla-        Sill*.
"I hear your firm discharged you."
"Yes, but I wonldn't mind tint st
much if they hadn't added insult tc
tejnry."
"Eow?"
"They ndrertised for a boy to (11,
my place."
Sheridan fell tn **** with Miss Lin
ley and told ilie story of "Tbe Ulvals,''
which, is a tree account of his wort
.hip
���'"���'.
Solicitors,
Messrs.   Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver,  B.C.
322   Cnmbie   St.,   Vancouver, B. C
Hygienic Dairy, L,,,i
Incorporated Under the Companies Act  (B.C.)   1897 and  Amending  Acts.
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
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 ou Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per Bhar
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, $80.00, 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, have
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.). A. i_. KENDALL, Esq., M   D
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. VV. 8. HOLLAND, Esq., Ilnsu
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). J. A. JLETT, Esq., (Hardwan   j
11. A. EASTMAN', Esq. Xew Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Hoard after allotment, In the event of iV.
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by hlm.
Bankers, Auditors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell,
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Secretary, A.  Farmer,   Esq. Temporary  Office::
PROSPECTUS.
This company ,'s formed for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with al
������ milk of the highest quality, tree from drugs and deleterious germ3.   The need of sui h
so well known that there is no need to .Hate on this question, the plans of the Com '
earnest support of the Medical Society, the Provincial and Citj   H alth Officers, and evi
City. ��
An option has been secured at a verj favorable   rlci  on tl i   wi I I nown Cniickshaui,
lose :u the C. P. R., and on the route of the Chilliwack train line,   This property  comprise
which  100 aeres'.-are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture.    It is pn
th irouj hly modern barns with oement floors throughout, well ventilated .and lighted, and a i
��� ttlfng plant, shipping by special refrigerator car t.i Vanci uver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $75,000, or .       t $117 per acre,  a  very  low  flgur
the quality of the land, the improvements and the situation.    Ii   would be hard  to  find    a .
adapted fur the   purpose of a large modern dairy.   The terms of purchase are  $25,000 cash, ai
ance In fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized  from  the sab. of   10,000 shares now offered, tl; .    ..
$75,000 after paying the cash  portion of the pric   of the farm  property.   It Is believed that this am i |
will be sufficient for the erection of the necessary building, .and equipment and the purchase er
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
T.IE  NEED OF A PURE  MILK   SUPPLY.
The City has no authority at the present time to Inspect any dairies outside the City,   Thi
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own tarns and premises are concerned, and wil]
e ii h Inspection at all times.   It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to appoint a commitl
spection.
The City records or 1907 show 14. death;, of babies under twelve months' old,  and  medic :
��� ated their opinion that at least !"> per i ent, or say 133, of these deaths are directly   traceable
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption.  It*is needless to say that US does not   by   anj
means dover the total number of deaths of children, as it is the number1 of those under twelvt
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected In Vancouver during 1907 and analyze,! by the Domin
ernment authorities, only two samples reach 3% per een!., which is the average Canadian perci
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially desi '        .atered or Bklmmed,   nd wen
:: per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard,
THE   PRESENT  DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk v- ndor is perhaps unaware of the need of tli" mosl scrupulous cleai   ness
in-every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and ...        i necessary capital for the en
cement floored barns, properly lighted and  ventilated, the equipim al of refrigerating and bottiin
ry, and the employment ot men technically trained In what is pow recognised as a business    ���
��� ntific care and management.
without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk oannol be ki      luringll
pi   lod of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking aud delivery,  without the
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc.   This drug pn vents milk turning .sour, even if ���
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE   HYGIENIC   MILK   COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity.   It d<-   n ;
propose to pasteurize milk, which al "est Is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk  is m>i   pure  milk;   it is  only  Impure  milk
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. Companj
Intends having milk on any of its premises In need of renovation, as It will keep only healthy cows, whiili
will lie under constant veterinary supervision;"the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutelj
ani. will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer,
Immediately after milking, thr; milk will be aerated and cooled t ia temperature of 3S degrees, put
ed  bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it lefl  the farm, and at the sarin' '���
ture; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep it Bweet, an I   will  also  prevent the ;
tion uf injurious bacteria in the milk, to  which  is  attributable  the enormous  infantile  mortality  >n tlie
City am] district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well known dairy expert as general manager.    This geiiMeman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has made 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 pointing nut
the well known tad that all the dairy farmers in the district have been fur many years doing very m I n'
deed, and the milk distributor.- have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making B !'
of $imi per day all last, summer,
li la well known that in no part of Canada can cow tee'd be produced  cheaper  than  In  the   Lowei
Praser Valley, and as similar companies In the United States, which sell their milk at lower price   ' ���'-
are current here, pay good dividends, there is no renson why this Company should not do the sa
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices in handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., Bhoul
the higher wages of this Coast, ������
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 600 cows, but It. will be obviously impossible to get this dumber In
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before lne hot weather begins, It Is doubtful
more than 100 cows can Ibe obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings completed.    I" .-'   llt:
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to th,e shareholders of the Company, anil  It '''
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation, and
as .here 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 shareholdi "
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria,
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria
,1. J. LOGAN.
H. S. ROLSTON.
RICJHAUD S. FORD.
D. THOS.   TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
.1. .1. JONES, Westminster,
il.  L. EDMONDS, WeStffllW
A.  FI.ETT.
P. ROWE.
M. P. THOMSON.
II   A. EASTMAN, YVesiii>'^,rr'
/' ""i    i"   uiv;ui jnii'uiiuii   lilt
SIMON .1. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS.  E.  HOPE.
J. B. (.RJFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
V. M. LOGAN.
F. R. GLOVER.
A. L. KENbALL, M, D.
B. D. GILLIES, M. I).
O. M. JONES, P.R.C.8., Victoria.
CHAS. M.  MACDONALD.
J.   W.   BLAND,  V. S.
A. P. PROCTER. M. D.
AV.  E,  BURNS.
AV. NICOL.
L. D.  TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
AV. H. GUNN.
.1. W. DeB. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A. C. WELLS, Chilliwack.
II.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H.G. ROSS.
WALT-PR GRAHAM, M.R.I .S.
D. R.  KERR, Victoria.
L. T, DUPONT. Victoria.
���ister.
Prospectuses and  forms for application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY A CO., Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia��� or
H. A. EASTMAN, New Westminster RCH 14, IMS.
iee Daily news.
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PENITENTIARY
SUPPLIES.
,..��� TENDERS addressed "In-
sE        ( ,��� ��� itentiai'les, Ottawa,"
Korsed       aders for Supplies.''
,U fre.   i      '-111    Monday.-MUi
LI io      ,m partIe8 aeBlr'
��8        tra i supplies, for the
��w' .1. tor the following
.sen >e'u   ���        ,
institutions, ii    fly:
Kingston I '"*���
J v ;       de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchest      'enitentiary.
m enUary-
British i '1 im ���    Penitentiary.
Alberta
Alft
Separate
i i'
.:,;-���''
1, Cm'-
I Coal '
rum
I Dry Goo
' i Forage.
Fresh
' i Fresh M
Massage
Have YOU Seen "the'
BABY ELEPHANJ
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home.   Also manicuring, ^ade of Worsted,  also the Grey
For engagement ring up a .39. and brown? They are all ne* and'
"~ correct in every particular.
Your inspection invited.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
-New Westminster branch P. 0.
liox 645.
i
j
i
I
1
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia  St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
,,.',,;;..     Edmonton,
s  will  be  received
illo ���. In i dat s a ot
9. Groceries,
10. Hardware.
:.   iflier,
.ink.
Oil* and Paints
Pork and tiacon
Sole Leather.
Tinware.
atlon as to form of
,   . ��� with forms of ten-
;    ... ��� aished on application
io the "    '
si, supplies are subject to the ap-
I        | the Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO   VV.  DAAVSON.
Inspector, of Penitentiaries
I   ��� _ent ui Justice;
Ottawa. February 14. 1908.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Hides  Wanted     NOTICE
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on  Delivery
���AT���
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster, B.C.
VV. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
fi-llartf  rtlock.    Nt*, Wettrnlnater, ��.C
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
j Re site fur wharf and  boom oa ttt
Praser river, near New Westmlh
r, li. C.
NOTICE is hereny given that tn
' undersigned, H. G. Barnet  and   Hugh
.dcDonald,  Loth of the city of    New
Westminster, in the province o�� British Columbia, mill owners, having ap
plied  to his excellency t.ie governor
51 :r ral-in council, for the approval o
a 1 ei tain site for the construction ot
a certain wharf and hoom, situate on
the smith side Of Lulu island, on tha
shore of the Eraser river, hive    deposited with the honorable   the minister of public works at Ottawa, plans
; of said  wharf aud boom, which they
propose to construct on land covered
with w.ater, lying south of lot 757, in!
group I, iu the district of New We3t-|
j minster  and   province aforesaid,    to 1
gether with a description of the pro-'
i posed site thereof described by metes i
. and bounds; and have also deposited a
duplicate of each in the office of the
I Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the hard winter.
Few can stand it.
Put cm a new  one  of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then.
u|      Kuberoid i_ an elastic roofing and
���* "iii stand  all  kinds of weather���
heat, cold, sun, ruin, wind; makes
no difference to Kuberoid.
It   ii   weather-proof   and  fire-re-
alt ting.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied and requires
00 painting.
Call or write (or full particulars,
samples and prices.
i
a
TJ.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
luiKoli   hy  (In-   Fi-nnrvi orti..
It may not be generally known lhat
a pennyworth of British consols, ear i
be  purchased.   Consoi*  are  not   lii.�� ]
shares, which are invariably of a cer
taiu denomination-.1, ��!., ��10, aud sol
on   but can be divided up to up.r ox  ]
tent      It   consequently   happens   that !
very small amounts of this lordly stOcV ]
are bought to make up round sums, but
Bo one can be registered at the Bank
of England as a holder uuless he baa
acquired enough to bring him In four \
pence   :i   year   in   dividends,   and  less
thiin    ��1    will    purchase   a    sufficient
amount   for    that    purpose.���Land**;
Saturday Review,
THI- -STRANGLING  F.a
Th*   Dlffer^-not".
Small Boy���Pa, what Is the difference
between a pessimist and an optimist?
Pa���Well, let me see if l ean illustrate,
Vou know I am often discouraged, am!
things don't look to me as if they'd
ever go light Well, at such times 1
can be said to be a pessimist. But
ye.-ir. ago, when I was a young man,
everything looked bright nnd rosy, aud
I was ulways hopeful Then I was an
optimist. Now. my sou, ean you understand tlie difference between a pessimal and au optimistV Small Boy���
Oh, yes; one Is married aud tbe otbef
isn't���Harper's Weekly.
Cause ��f Hi. Joy.
"What are you looking so happy over,
old man?"
"i am rejoicing over the blrl 1 of
���.wins."
"Creaf Scott!   1 congratulate you'."
"Don't congratulate me. <e> aud eon
gratulate Evaps. He's the lucky man,
I never did like hlm."~Phlladelphla In
i-nrrer.
J*  Curlon .   Tropical   Tut   Tlmt   I.l
1 pon otlii-r Trees.
Visitors to Mexieo and other tropical
mUntrlea often have their atleutlo.
culled to "the strangling tig"���n tree
tkirt commences its growth ns an epl-
phj-te��� that is. one form of plant life
that grows perched on another���far up
I on,the trunk or among U10 branches of
, another tree, usually on a palmetto or
lome of the kinds of palms. The roots
ot rhe strangling tree extend down
ward around the host tree to tht
ground, gradually' joining together,
making a tubelike mass of roots sotn*
times as much as sis feet or more la
diameter.    '
When the attack ed tree Is a palm
don th to it is caused not so much by the
binding around the trunk as by shading out its branches by the attacking
tree
When tin. attacked tree Is an exoge*
���that Is, oue with wood aud bark���the
attacking roots bind so tightly as te
cause a stoppage of the Bow of the sap
As the sap of a tree- is really Its food
(changed hy the leaves so Unit It can
be usi>d, aud tb? flow of the food is
thus stopped, the attacked tree || really "starved" to death. So death to the
attacked tree la caiuftl either by
smothering or by starvation or by both.
The peculiar manner tn which tho
flattened roots extend down and around
the tree give them tlie appearance of
tome thick, slow flowing material run-
alng down the tree.���St. Nicholas.
ifetmioster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galb raith's Factory.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register M. W. Min-
thorne as the owner in' fee simple,
under a tax sale deed Horn the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to M. w. Mint home, bearing
da-,' the 10th day of February, A.D.
1001, of all and singular that certain. , ,.   ,     ,    ,.     ,.        .,   ,,���,���;.-
registrar of deeds for the said district
parcel or tract of land and premises,   , XT��_ -_. ___i    _ ., .   Jt ,^.,1
.. ' . of Xew Westminster, In which district
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=F1NEST  AND   FASTEST--
^EMPRESSES'
18,000  I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ^...BOu
H. Power t EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TONS
JOIilN REID,
Telephone  53.
hr Westminster. P. u. Box 4T4
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.  ���
7���Carnarvon and T��._th.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
3���Fifth avenue and twelfth.
12-St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row,
U-Columbla and  Dufferln
15���Sapperton
' !5-Q'i>'.u s avenue and Slx..h.
-I���....,.; avenue and Second.
SS���Fifth ,'iv"-iie and  fourth.
W-Firtb avenue Stir] F.lghth.
87���-Third avenue and Tenth.
S2-Agt.es and Sixth.
M-~chaai.e Machine Works.
"-Columbia and McKenzie.
''-C.P.R   station.
situate, lying and being in the city
of New Westminster, in tlie province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known aud described as: Subdivision
5 of block "A" of the middle acre o��
the south half of the soiuli half of
1 let 6, su! urban block 12, map 569,
You .and each of you ate r< q'.ired to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within torty-flye day., from the d'-.t0
of the first publication of this qfttice.  .
ptherv se 1 Bhall r gister M, W, Win-1
thomo as owner thereof in fee.   An.'
I hereby direct that publication of this
notice tor thirty days in q daily u.ovvs-.
paper published at New Westminster
1 will   be   good   and   sufficient   service
j thereof.
Dated at ine Land  Registry Office.'
j New Westminster, province of British
Columbia,  this 22nd day of January,:
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.!
To Louis R. Payne.
All persons served with! ._.-�� h��-.Hce' i
and these claiming through Of t��nd��?|
them and all persons claiming any ifl'
terest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
penons claiming any interest ln the
iviid land by descent, whose title is
not ri glstered an ier the provisions of
thej "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
said work is proposed to be construct-1
ed; in accordance with the requirements of section 7 of the "Navigable
Waters' Protection Act," Chap. 115 '
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dstf&d  at New  Westminster,  B.  C
'he _v-th day of January, 1908. |
H.   G.  BARNET,
RUGH     MelM_NALD:
60   YEARS1
EXPERIENCE
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT
FICE.
Opera House Bookings,   i
The Irish Alaskan    March 18
Tho Senorita March 111
Under the British Flag March 24
A Royal- Slave March 26
Sla ln New York  April 1
Ta> lor Stock Co.' April 2. 3, 4
���The   Burgomaster    .April .
San Francisco Opera Company in "The
Toymaker"  April 14, 15
GRIM OLD CROMWELL,
I'll.-    l'rotector    Madi-    Christ inn.    *
Gloomy  and  Serlon*   lJit��'
"Christmas was illegal in Cromwell's
time," said an antiquary. "Those grim
old Puritans were so gloomy that they
would uot have any gayety even on
Christmas day.
"Cromwell said that holly and mistletoe were heathenish things. He said
that they had uo real Christian significance; they were a part of some pagan
festival of the Druids. -Accordingly he
made a law that If you decorated your
house with mistletoe at Christmas you
jot thirty days in Jail.
"The terrible old fellow forbade
Christmas celebration*���no dancing, no
singing, no play\*olng, no feasting on
Next    sailings   of
April :; and April 17,
THIS  OP-1/-        J-       t_>     ��������    D   -l r>     1 ��ln��ln*" ���� piayts-ing. "�� ieus.iuB
Canadian faCltlC Hallway V_0.1 Cfcvlstmaa day; penalty, thirty days.
1    "Jg^ see, It yasj bis Wea. that Christ
mas was a religioiJS, a" serious time, a
the    Empresses ��� time for ehurchgotng snd prayer and
Britia-r, Columbia roMt Lint
���Service- ----"**���"
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Designs
Copyrights Ac.
An-ono Hen ding a .ketch ��nd d. ncrlntlnn m.y
quickly u_cert��li- our opinion freo whether an
Intention l�� pronnhlr patentable. Communist
tlonaatrlotlrconflilentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent*
tent free. OUleit acen. r for securingJ>atent.��.
Patent* taken thruuEh Munu & Co. recelvt
ipccial notict, wil .out, charge, lu tha
$ci.nflfle Jlttterlcatt.
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English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from Geo. Adam,, Grocer j
Ladies' Gold Watchew from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face. |6.00. |
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,   douhl*
oaie, 17.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman;
.rrtie  Kxnedltlon.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    enarges   reason j
ible.
For ot'iier dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R. MAIN  LINE.
I_eave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45.
leaves 15:15.
QREAT NORTHERN RAILWAT.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lt. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V.,JV. k ..^VANCOUVER
Lv. N. w. 3 p. m. and 9:86 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. nnd 4 p.m.
O. N. H��� PORT GUICHON.
Leave .New' %��8tmlnster 3^90 p.m-,
arrive Gulchon 0 pm-
Leave Gulchon 6 a. m-, arrive New
Sevr Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVmt
Lt. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m��� and every half hour there-
ifter till U ���. m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Westminster at
tame turors
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
.VIIITH    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
.unday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
���.press    jnd    freight    connect    with
,t..Kt.'s at Carcross and White* Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
F-oi  information apply to
)    H   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei,
Vancouver. R. C
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
.joints east, west and *outb *0 Ro**
land. Nelson and intermediate points
onnecting at Spokane with the Grett
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R
Si N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the < *n-
ddian  Pacific  Railway  lor   BounJary
"reek point*
'    Tnnnects at    Meyers    Fslli    W|P
k      HiiW for Repuhlic
itHgt
Huffs.
Spokane .
Effecl.r��
rgoi. ^       TrtlB
Leave D��.��,      Ma
910 a.m, >*,,, 9p*\     *
>-*j pm. ../.towrti^
v**f��' ....,fte.lw�� ,,
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted trnin.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets  on  sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip i ��" 8��-,C0-J trip.
Rate,  to  8outhe-n  C.llforn...       j ���*** fNLRT, VAN ANOA. LUND,
For full Information call on or write  j '     ETC-   ,
aaUlas'tings St, Vancouver, B*. C.    j From Victoria 8 p.m. everr Wednee-
A D CHARLTON, I day- 'rom Vancouver   It)   a.m. ever/
Portland. Ore.  Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Van-
___________________________________ I couver Sunday afternoon: at Victoria
Monday morning. Tie Ladysmith.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
I.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leavea Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. aa-:
arrives Victoria 9 p. tn.
1 i.vlE TABLE
B. (y. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROU7.P.
S.S   Princess May.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 and
April 4.
VA.I60UVER-VICT0RIA  ROUTE.
S.S   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. dally.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. dally except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except .Monday; arlrves Victoria ~ a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
8 8- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month Tor Cbyoquot. Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- dally,
except Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves a*. 1 p.m, Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVER.
Romona���
From .v. W. Tu.. Th��� Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. 8un��� Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New \\esi-
ml��ster Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday,
Thiirs.ay. Friday und Sal unlay at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham IsUn I Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday ii a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
r> p.m.    .
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 15th;
trom Vancouver at 8 0. m., 2nd
mil 16th of each month, ��ailing at.
aSkidegute on first trip and Bella Cools
r*verence and for nothing else, ^g
innocent family that In Cre^^ftj day
%jJr��%j. ��? farWy -fitTplum pudding
and would uT. WRl. Christmas games
got a month nTI rotmd. .
"Only for a time, though. The people
rebelled. Willing as tbe people bad
been 4�� put "11 tlu> kIooui of tboM
dreadful o^d Puritans, they insisted on
having a Irak, joy on Christmas day,
and Cromwell *4.cr a year or two had
to give in to tUftp"���New Orleans
Times-Democrat.
"The Woman In White."
In a letter to Charles Dickens, Wilkie
Collins Intimated tbe fact that the
great work upon which he bad devoted
so much time was finished, bnt thrft
the finding of a suitable title had occa
slotted him much trouble. Eventually,
feeling somewhat ran down In health,
he left London for Broadstalrs, a retort which was a favorite with both
Dickens and Collins. While lying oa
the cliff In a meditative mood one
hrlgfat morning his eyee suddenly riveted themselves on tbe white lighthouse which stood boldly out ln the
foreground under the dazzling rays of
the midday sun. As *% snzed Collins
In a semiconscious manaer addressed
himself In a whisper to the light
boose. "You are as stiff and aa stately as my white woman," said be.
"White woman! White wo���the woman ln whlje. Eureka! I have get lt!"
And so the book was given this curiously inspired title.
The French Idea.
Tbe Frenchman of tlie middle class
sacrifices everything ia order to obtain
for bis children wme official position
or other, a meal one, perhaps, but a
sere one, leading after thirty years of
penury to n pension verging on destitution. This Is one aspect of the decay
of tbe French race. It ls easy to on*
dcrotand that two races nre not evenly
armed for the struggle for life if one
be made up of aspirants to official position and the other of individuals poe-
���eo-lng Initiative, darlug and energy,
for this reason do Latin races decline,
while Anglo-Saxon races grow nnd
multiply.���Purls Slecle.
serTice  on  trains   between
Mid Nelson.
Sunday,   NoTember   10,
Arrhrt
...,7-iS Ik"*
....4-W pa*.
.. 6.45 P�����������
SON.
"The Milwaukee"
m:.*hf***C*A
The  Pioneer Limited" 8t. Pau�� to
ChlcaEO. "Short Une" Omaha to
Chicago, "Sooth   West   limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in the  serTice on any
railroad ia the world lhat ��<!��-�� ��
eqnipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee St St. Paul Railway.    They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining ears on alll their trains and
give their patroos an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. HOWE. General Agent
SJ4 TMrd St, cor AW-r Portland. Ot.
For reservations  and  mtormatlov
call or address
ET>, OOUL8T,
Agent, New Weetminatar.
fl. J. OOTUB.
Aast Oon. Pane Agent, VandfthTor.
J. W. TROUP,
(.Moral gnportntendent Victoria,
Bow and Arrow Flahlna.
In tbe south seas and In various
groups of Islands In tbe Indian ocean
the aborigines shoot fish with the bow
���nd arrow. The art Is extremely dlfB-
eolt, as ln taking aim, at nn object under water the archer has to allow for
refraction. If he were to aim directly
at tbe fish as he sees It, he would, of
course, miss. Long practice has, bow'
over, made the natives expert to a
wonderful degree In thin sport^Ltm-
don Saturday Review.
It Waa Tone-.
the waiter girl knew a thing or two
aoent table etiquette, so she sniffed
scornfully as she said, "It's not our
tutom to serve a knife with pie.'
"Nor* remarked the patron In surprise.
Then bring me aa ax." ��� Christina
tsglater.	
Re Writes Tt** Moaer.
Lady Gushlnft'on-So yonr son lo ar
ital author!   How dlstractlngly late*
sating!  And does he writs far msMft
Practical Dad-Yss; I gat hli
Boas aboot ones a wash.
���ot
"Wdbs
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THE  DAILY  NEWS*
SATURDAY, MARCh
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GOING FISHING?
Get Your
TACKLE
-AT=
Moreys
Season Opens Monday, March 16th.
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanf s Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUI R'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
1   MARKET' I
I   REPORT   |
1***X*0*:?*0*0*0*^*
Although the Bky was overcast and
the Rusty  .Much wind sent many
briskly at 75c per dozen. Carnations
were In great profusion and on the
stand of T. Davis & Son were seen
some fine cinnerarias and a few calla
lilies. *f- 0. Tidy, in addition to the
large assortment of pot plants, selling
at from l|(c to ^!5c each, showed ft
good assortment of nursery stock, in-
1908.
vi eluding holy, cedar, box and roses.
"The JUNIOR"
SPRAY and FORCE
..PUMP..
No foot rest, clamp or other
fastening required to hold this
Pump in position. Solid Brass
suction and valves���no leather
or packing to dry up and give
out.
man chasing down the Btreet after his      Mf.at  prices remained the same as
Christie or  Stetson,   yel   the   market former weeks, with a generous supply
Square seemed to have revived under In all lines and a demand fully equal
the breath of spring and resumed some to the supply.   The following prices
at least of its customary summer as> j .prevailed:    Beef, hind 8c to 9c, fore
tivity.   Large numbers of people were 6%c to 7c;  mutton 12c to 13c;  lamb
In  from the country, both buyers and 1<��; veal- medium lie, large 8c to 9c:
���sellers,  ami   not   a  few  visitors were pork Ac to 10c.
there to witness the busiest scene.on      The stocl< auction market  was the
the coast at the present s.ason. Pro- best of fnP year a!' rol"id and many
(luce of all classes was   present    in flnP animals fell under the hammer of
much greater quantities than has been Auctioneer Trapp at prices tha.t were
the case for some time, but the buyers satisfactory to all  parties concerned,
were also more numerous than    pre- Eight bead of Clydesdales, many   of
viously and everything offered found a thPm turning the scale at  1700, and
A Pleasing Opening Dis-
play of
Dress Goods and Millinery
THIS  WEEK
A woman to he correctly attired must pay particular ati n:0.
,,
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
good market. There was absolutely
no change In prices in :iny linp from
those of last week, even eggs appearing to have reach the level, selling
readily at ,10c retail and 25c wholesale.
A quantity of apples were thrown
on the market yesterday, the majority
I.en Tin vis.
two registered thoroughbreds were
put up for sale by W. L. Sandhoff, of
Vancouver, and five were sold at
prices from $270 to $300.
Leo Thurman Hanged.
Norfolk, Va., March 13.���Th. execution of Leo C- Thurman for the nmr-
Over eighty boxes of ih*s  der of nis roommate, Walter P.  Dol-
varlety were offered by John Morrison,
of Langley, and quite a number were
disposed of at $1.2." per box. They
were first offered at $1..10, but no
sales were mailr at that figure. Several boxes of Golden Russets from
Chilliwack packed by John Chapman,
of that place, were offered and were
eagerly bought, the buyers preferring to pay the extra 2.c to secure
this brand.
Chickens  were    noticeably    scarce,
and .although the birds were held Irgh,
sen. two years ago. took place today.
The crime was one of fhe most brutal
and cold blooded in the annals of
Norfolk. Both the murderer and h s
victim were former members of the
United States marine corps and hud
reci ntly been discharged from the service. Thurman murdered hjs Bleeping
roommate in their boarding house
: and robbed him of $350. The murderer chopped his victim to pieces "and
packed the body in a trunk, which he
tagged to the dead man's address at
ams in
Lots
no large prices were paid. Very few Edenton, N. C. Thurmiin escaped and
changed hands, the demand appearing was tracked from ocean to ocean,
to have fallen off. j finally   being  captured in  Vancouver,
A feature yesterday was the large J B. ('., and brought hack to stand trial,
assortment of cut and potted flowers ! His defence was insanity. The jury.
displayed for sale, the blooms giving : after being out two hours, rendered a
a   bright  appearance  to  the   market,   verdict of first degree murder.      An
Good lot on Sixth avenue, near
Fourth street! street back and front;
good soil.   This is a snap at $350.00.
more especially as almost every lady
carried a bunch of the fragrant blossoms of hyacinth or violet, daffodils
or narcissus. Except the violet, these
blooms are the first of their kind to
appear on the market and they sold
appeal was taken and the supreme
court upheld the verdict of the lower
court. Thurman was a native of
Kentucky and in his defence he received financial and other assistance
from his relatives in that state.
Large lot on Fourth street near Fifth
avenue; only underbrush to be cleared.
Soil A1.   Price $450 cash.
Malms, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
FOR $300 CASH
(Sec. 3-18.)
You can secure a comfortable  six   room   storey  and  a
half house, with electric,   light and city water; corner lot,
on
Second Street
Only $300 cash and you can pay the balance like rent.
Don't lose this chance.
X
I
ALARMING ! !
Have a peep al our ALARM  CLOCK  WINDOW,
Then  come inside and  be properly ALARMED.
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jcw��ler
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
****************************************************
IF. J. HART & CO.
New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
her costume and hat. Other dress accessories, such as glove _'<k
wear, trimmings, etc., add the finishing touches in a pleas.:!-;��. I_]Jjna.
tion. Our endeavors to provide lhe. most stylish and appropriate
dress goods and millinery are bearing fruit in the manj Bi laci ou. _e.
ing made by our customers of the necessary materials for their sprint
dress.
Our Millinery Opening Is Now On
OUR PULL STOCK OF DRESS GOODS IS OPENED OUT,
New trimmings, new gloves, new  neckwear  nre  here   n    ll i.e
popular shades to harmonize wiih each article of a pert < l   matched
cost unie.
We extend an invitation to one and all to   visit o i   Ireaa toods
and millinery seciions.
A Comprehensive Display of
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods
The ready-to-wear stone i? filled with an array of l.e! > costumes,
skirts, mats, Mouse-, underskirts, whitewear and children's wear of
every description.
New fixtures have been added and many other improvements
have been effected, whereby the ready-to-wear sertion hag een made
one of tho most convenient and up-to-date in B. G.
We assure you of better service, better values and better satisfaction than in the past. We invite you to our grand display in this section this week.
A Remarkable Ribbon Offer
roR
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
One thousand yards of various ends of ribbons; plain and fancy
and every desirable shade in the lot to be cleared out Friday and
Saturday only. Regular raluee 30c to 50c. Special sale price, two
days only
20c per yard
W.S.Collister&C.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
:
**********<
- . '-.''..".a     ^.'..���',0'���*'",'-l'-.".-".1V,J'*J',Ol,,_.'.'-.'t.4'-.
WE ARE SHOWING
Post Card Albums
THIS WEEK.
A Large Range of STYLES and  PRICES
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
Stylish Showing in Women's Tan Shoes
==========   FOR   SPRING -
Funny thing Fashionis! Last year one felt positively ashamed
to wear tan shoes; this year every new style is tan.
TAN   BOOTS!
TAN   SHOES!
| J. J. MACKAY y CO.
!| BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
t
ff*�� ��***m ���*>****>****
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.    TO   11  P.M At U.unl
MOWWW04
France is aglow already with tans, New York is in the swim,
and the disease has attacked our shoe store, where tans for women are holding sway. And what could be nicer? Nothing
looks nearly so smart as tan shoes below a blue, white or a
brown skirt, and these are the predominating spring shades.
The arbiters of fashion shoes would have blundered greatly
(under such circumstances) had they decreed anything but tan
for spring wear. Yes, the voice of fashion says tan, and this
store responds with the finest assortment of tan footwear ever
displayed. The styles are most fascinating ��� yet so varied.
Come in light and dark shades of tan with uppers of vici kid,
Russia and willow calf skin. They are beautifully finished and
fit comfortably, the first time you put them on.
PRICES
$3,   $3.5Q,   $4,  $4.5Q,   $5,   $5.50^^6
���*' " ' " '      ' ' '"' '' '    ���"   m*^^m*m**���' ' "  '      ,"*" "~"���-������'������! I      - ���    -I 'I .__      ,-  ..,| I     I ... . I ___��_____-___-----^----a-------------"*~~~~*^
. SINCLAIR, TheRd-ableShoeMan

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