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FIRE INSURANCE
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C   MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 190S.
TRAIL TRAGEDIES COME ward fund bazaar nets
IN QUICK SUCCESSION     fifty^five dollars
SuPPer and Sale of Work Under Aus-
Little Town is Visited by a.    P'��s of society proved a Reai
ggfies of Accidents   On
Good Friday.
Money   Maker.
Anotb.-
Children'
?B5    was    added    to   the
ward  fund  on Saturday as
\pr.l 17.-TWS has been Lie re8u]t of ^
Trail. B- C
diy 0I tragedies iu Trail.   A drown.
a bridge
patron-ige the bazaar
and dinner at the K. of p. hall.   This,
lng accident in the forenoon, _
Mek at noon, a land slide, two wreck- w,tn *'
ed houses, a man   buried  alive"   and|.*��* Club
md culverts washed out ;by, of the ward fund at the Bank of Mont
donated   by    tho    Hundred
makes  $613  to the credit
man
sidewalks
rusbins water in the. afternoon. , real
The victim of the drowning accident;,,...
������as 'the   five-year-old    son    of    M. I
U���ri-Dtc. the Italian merchant up the j ":eS' ca"CS' candies ��"" ^V goods,
lad fell into the creek Ead the larSe hall was thronged.    At
Diiiinf, the afternoon on Satur-
the girls sold all kinds of dainties,
pilch. The little
bear bis father's store and was bump-
; ed alons among the boulders by the
lenuiestuoi.s  current of  Trail    creek,
the faithor capturing the  little    body
near the mouth of the creek half   an
jbour later.    Willing  hands  tried    by
laitificial resperatlon and all available
[means to bring life back, but the doctor stated thai  the child's  life, must
I bare been pounded out lon�� before the
[body was recovered.
At noon  the   bridge     across    Trail
creek washed out  with  a crash-      It
! I) 0 clock Hit- stalls gave place to the
I (..ning tables, and not quite all but a
goodly number nf the 'business men of
j the city paid their two bits and en-
| joyed a hearty supper served by the
pretty maids whose e:i      . is respon-
|sll le for the success of the movement.
Owing to the bazaar and dinner, no
I meeting of the  society  was held  on
| Saturday   as   originally  intended,   but
an emergency meeting will be called
| during the week to make more ar-
| range ments for  raising    the    amount
MOVING OF SCHOOL IS
CAUSE Of TYNEHEADROW
STRANGE VESSEL WRECK
Off CARMANAH POINT
Flotsam Fails to Reveal
Identity of Latest Victim
of Graveyard of  Pacific.
Ratepayers Call Upon Two
Trustees to Resign���Delegation to Interview Young
i
The ratepayers  of    Tynehead    are
much exercised fever the action   of the
school trustees in removing the school
to a site a mile south of the position! ��� . ���  .   ,   ,,
F      -      | reonesi   oi   the   Associated   Press,   is
which || has occupied for seventeen.J'tliit there are portions of a ship'B hull
years. Last week a mass meeting was : scattered along the beach to the west
held at the house of Mr. Feedham, and i uf Carmanah.
Victoria, April 18.���Further information received today from Carmanah
point, resulting from an Investigation
lpide today by a patrol sent there by
[was condemned yesterday.    A gang of F,11] re<"uIred, and deciding other mat-
I civic employees were detailed to widen,tcrs ln connection with the furnishing
of the ward.    Little over a week
re-
tho
I (he channel below tlie bridge so as to "' ""' "<""���   '-'"^ ove,- a
avoid the danger of washing out the n'ains  for the  girls  to  complete
foundation piers'of the Central hotel. fund an(1  tno-v  are  working like Tro-
't'he waters are    washing    away    the jans and mean '<> wi" "Ut by collecting
[ banks and ene;'oachlng on the hotel.
About " o'clock  there  was    a  bad
land   slide    just     beyond    the     ball
I grounds and two good sized houses
nere wrecked. One was thrown into
tLe road with a crash from piles some
tin feel high, A bachelor���a railway
man named Henry James���was sleeping in the kitchen  at the time and
U-as carrie 1 with the house, and almost burled amid sand and boulders.
Mini with shovels released him, some-
I what cut and bruised, but not serious-
|ly injured.
The overflow from the reservoir is
Rinsing much  trouble.    The structure
the whole nf the noe.ic.l  twelve
ilred dollars.
bun-
TOMMY BURNS PICK.
ANOTHER RIPE QUINCE
Canadian    Champion     Pug    Carefully
Avoids Hurting Dub Until Picture
Films Are All  Used Up
after some warm expressions of opln-1
ion  anent the  high  handed action of i
tlie  trustees,   it  was  unanimously re-
solved,  on motion of  .Messrs.  Beaton
i
and Miller, to call far tlie resignation |
of  Messrs.   Atcheson   and  Drinkwater;
from the board, it being charged that,
'-hey had subjected the public trust, to
further their own personal ends.
Messrs. Feedham and   Inglis    were i
appointed  a  committee to place    the I
matter before the department of education at Victoria, and to report at a
public Hireling lo be caMed on their
return.    On  motion of Messrs. D.  M.'
Robertson and Hardy, it was decided
to collect forty dollars to defray the!
expenses     of     the    delegation,     and
twenty-three  dollars   of  the    amount
were collected on the spot and them
In  order  to   fully  express  their in- '
dignation at the action of the trustees,
Lhe   ratepayers   will   attend   Ihe   next
.      ^^^^_ TE.N  CENTS PER WEEK.
Legislative Ubrary,    .
TWO YEARS HAVE PASSED
SINCE QUAKE STRUCK FRISCO
City  Has  Risen  from   Ruins  and    Is
Today Largely Rebuilt on Torough-
ly Modern Style.
LABOR COUNCIL IS
FORMALLY LAUNCHED
Some further wreckage is also coming ashore to the eastward of where
the liotsam previously reported was
washed onto the rocks. In addition to
tiiat previously reported, e cabin door
oi mahogany with maple ventilating
panels and a lot of empty whisky
cases, which alone of all the wreckage
1 ttering the shore line bear any mark, i
haw come ashore. The whisky eases
! are marked   "White &  Mackay."
Two wooden vessels are due here,
I the Alex Gibsou, fourteen days from
San Francisco in ballast for ..anaimo
to load coal for Alaska, and the W. F.
Ba.bcock. seventy-eight days out from
Sydney with a cargo of coke for Crof-
ton, but both are Bath-built American
wooden ships.
If disaster has occurred to the latter
vessel it is considered that part of her
cargo of coke would have floated
ashore. There are also a number of
other vessels due, all steel, and a num-
a public  holiday   ncl-.ig  called  by
citizens for the  purpose.
the
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several  hundred   feet  higher  than   "Jewey"  Smith in the fifth round of i
[fie city up the ravine, and the water
lie pouring down in a white    torrent.
The stream Hows beneath the sidewalk
along pine sireet entering Trail creek
I ta the centre of the city.    The sidewalk is In danger ln several places,
land al the point of entry, near Brown'a
pall is submerged.    Heavy rains yes-
terday and today has caused the deep
flow on the upper mountain slopes to
Oiell rapidly.
Paris, April 19.���Tommy Burns,
American   heavyweight,   knocked
,        ,,       , ; ber of coasting schooners are due ln
regular meeting of the board on May 2, Lv.     . . ,.    ���, , ..
  ....    . this vicinity. The nature of tlie wreckage found seems to preclude any possibility of the  victim of ihe disaster
i being a metal vessel-
SOLDIERS ON  THE  RAMPAGE That the wreck is an old vessel  is
BREAK UP RELIGIOUS FEAST | tv,dent   r''��ra   U,C   i6*<*W���   of  .he
teak   wood   b.ts   with   copper  capping
I fciind   among   the   wreckage   littered
San    Francisco.    April   19.���While Lttlt of carmanah ..Shippingmen point
most of the entire population of Mazat-'out that the teak wood bits would only
I Ian, Mexico, were participating in    a��e  found  upon  a .vessel of old  con-
the | religious   feast   last   Sunday,  twenty-: ^"tion, the practice of more recent
San Francisco, April IS.���Two years
-go today occurred the earthquake followed by the great conflagration   that
l:.ld a large section of San Francisco
in waste, cost 452 lives and resulted
In   property   damage    amounting    to
over    $-100,000,000.       In    twenty-four
hours'  time  the  destruction  was    so
great that scarcely a  building in  the
business portion of the city was    left
standing with  walls Intact-
Two years has wrought Aladdin-like I
changes  in  the  appearance    of    San
Francisco.   Rising from the ashes be-'
fore the smoke of the   disaster    had I
cleared away, she finds herself today
largely rebuilt In  an improved style, \
her business prosperity recovered, and
her people preparing a joyous welcome
for the greatest naval fleet that    has
ever visited her harbor.
Ambassador Whitelaw Reld, after
libs recent visit here, eloquently described the city's achievement when
lit  said:    "There, are many thingr in
Union Workers Organize Local Branch, Elect Officers
���Pettipiece on Economics.
With delegates from every local
labor union In attendance, the New
Westminster trades and labor council
was formally organized at a meeting
held in Eagles hall yesterday afternoon, officers being elected as follows:
President, J. J. Randolph; vlce-pTesi-
dent, C. Feeney; secretary, J. McMur-
rhy; treasurer, C. Stein; sergeant-at-
dims, V. Johndro. Executive, acting
officers and H- Schofield and W. Dodd.
Meetings will be held monthly, the
executive being Instructed to arrange
time and place of future meetings.
R. P. Pettipiece, provincial organizer
for the I. T. U-, western organizer ot
the trades and labor council, and
holder of a few more similar offices,
occupied the chair at the meeting.   In
the history of this country ot which explaining *hp object ofthe gathering,
;>n American is Intensely proud, but I Mr- Pettipiece dwelt at length upon
l-iotest that among them all there has'the advantages which a local branch
been nothing in forty odd jears, since | of the trades and labor council would
the greatest civil war of modern times, be to the working men of this city,
ol which we have more right to he J pointing out the fact that the benefits
proud than of San Francisco in the |accruing from individual trades unions
earthquake and of San Francisco to- would be greatly strengthened by the
day." j concerted action of tho allied unions,
 | more tangible results following representations made by .a trades and labor
council than by the separate action ot
any number of individual unions, no
matter how strong numerically each
might be.
~ Future meetings of the council will
Fairview   Would-be   Crosse   Swingers be open to the press, this somewhat
TWENTY-ONE TO ONE SCORE
IN SLUSHY LACROSSE MATCH
Fail to Live Up to Rorrowed Reputation of Champions.
out
live soldiers broke out of the garrison
construction being to put iron bollards
I HARRIMAN DISCHARGES
WOMEN STENOGRAPHERS
their   ten round   contest   last   night.
Smith was like a novice in Burns'
hands. The American could have finished him at any stage of the contest,
but kept stalling off the knockout
punch until tbe picture machine man
had secured enough films to reproduce
the fight-
Burns left tbe ring without a scratch
and it was one of the easiest battles
he lias ever fought on this side of the
ire.an. The men fought for a purSe
of $12,000.
Portland, April 19.���Following what
Is said to be an order extending   all
DETECTIVES HOLD SHERIFF
FOR PAY OF A REWARD
over the
larriman .system   the auui-
t0"'s department of the O. R. & N. has
Charged   all    -the   women    steno-
(MBoers, to take effect as
1 % can get new positions.
"Mon Auditor Hlaisdell
,ha'- men are  preferred
M discuss the
|'lions ha.
soon    as
The only
assigns    is
He  would
rumor that    instruc-
come from Omaha to make
��� W��ral clearing out    of   feminine
help,
Railroad  Men Are  Ready.
winnij
all th.
April 19���A federation of
in    the'
padlan Pacific and the
j    Spokane, April 19.���A nowl suit for
'. for $12,000 from  Sheriff    Shoemaker,
of Helena, Mont., has been started by
'Detectives   McPhee,   MacDonald   and
Briley. of Spokane.    These detectives
captured Ed. Frankhauser and Charles
McDonald,  who held  up the Oriental
Limited  train at  Rondo, Mont.,    Inst
September, securing $40,000.  The robber., escaped from the Helena jail   a
few weeks ago and the detectives hold
that  Sheriff Shoemaker, having    thus
caused them to lose the reward offer-
'. ed, should pay it himself, and nre Riling
rim and his bondsmen-
union men  employed
s!|ops of the C
Madian Northern railroads was com-i
J��w" todny.   They will fight the re- i Illinois Central Mortgaged
c0on8 >n t'ne new schedule to n fin-1 Belleville, III., April 19.���A first lien
���T'10 con*Panles claim they at* equipment mortgage for $.0,000,000
Ruing to pay nII of the men ,he I was fi|e(, for recoru i10r<; today by the
��dfl]P   \\
^868, but will pay according to
*' vi'tunl worth.   The same action, it
��a, win bo ,aUcn by all  of  the
?��"can railroads;   This is the   be-
'8 oi a b|g nsht betweBn a��� o(
lJ^nl����* -md the railroads.
United States Trust company, of New
York, And is secured by an Issue of 4
prr cent, gold bonds redeemable January 1,' 1923. The mortgage covers the
entire Tolling stock of the Illinois
Centra] company.
f
" <\ w^f*K''i**)t "iTTrHWH1 *WWWMPif * ���-��"n"��,wif'rte:if"-w(i"ww'
"This Is My 66th Birthday
9* 1
of
Archbishop Farley.
N���    *' Reverend John M. Farley, Roman  Catholic   archbishop
red) Y��rli' Waa born ln Co,lnty Armagh, Ireland, April 20, 1842, and
. ��� v,,d his early education in that country.   He came to the United
8tat"�� before the civil
,. Rr ----- v.... war and located in New York.   In 1866 he was
f )������,   ,,ed fror" St. John's college, Fortham. He completed his theo-
B��L    stud,es nt the American college In Rome.   In 1872 he became
ma/       '�� Cardlnal McCloskey, of New York, and in 1884 he was
4 e 'hamberlain to the pope, which gave him the rank of Monslg-
n 1886 Monsignor Farley was made a missionary rector, and In
mad ""' >ear Was cho8en a diocesan adviser.   Six years later he was
Durl! ,"'"ar b,8hop of ^N*���* tod  coadjutor bishop of   New    York,
the c  I'"*6 years he w*8 Prominently Identified with the work of
",|0|ln educational institutions ln the metropolis.   On the death
Dor
the
"'     ArChK  "a.a_.,_ll       ,,...,,.,,.. I, ���..     |||     IUC     ���.a...a-,~	
; la* ,K      "op Co*rigan In 1902, Bishop Farley succeeded him. becom-
ln8 the
****ite��.!0."^ :irc,��blBhop of New York.
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iL: place, of the old teak wood bits.
and began a wild career of cutting and j    i .���_____��_________._______
bloodshed-    Within half an hour theyj ' ""****~   "   :	
bad  killed  two policemen    and    one 'TOBACCO TRUST WILL
oilier citizen,  and  had  waylaid    and j ^OT BE DISSOLVED
robbed three men on the outskirts of
C.
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the city.    News of tbe mutiny    was
New   York,  April  19.���Officials    of
,-iought by Louis Bradbury, a well|the American Tobacco company are
known mining man, who arrived here emphatic today In their denials of the
yesterday afternoon by the steamer atory from Richmond, Va., that that
Abyssinia, which left Matatlan on the company is about to dissolve or alter
day the mutiny occurred. Governor ltB organization.
Francisco Caneda, of Slnaloa, who was Jan"es B- Duke- President of the
in this city, lost no tlm> in calling, company, returned to New York today
ont the mounted police and 50 of them *nd Bfter a conference with W. W.
started in pursuit of the soldiers. jailer, general counselof the Amerl-
' ' can Tobacco company, left with Mrs.
{ Duke for a week-end visit   to    his
country    place   Jn    Somervllle, N. J.
Help This Fund Along
Duke declined to make a statement
concerning the report, .but Vice-President C. C. Dula said:
"This story of voluntary dissolution
of the American Tobacco company   is
ls   gradually absolutely false and without a shadow
The subscription list started by the
News    for    the    assistance   of    the
children's    ward    fund
growing and has now reached twenty-1 of foundation."
nine dollars.   This amount, while most: ���
.acceptable, is yet but a tithe of what j A Cripple for Life.
is required to complete the sum which j Capt. Ackerman received during the
the children arc endeavoring to raise, j week a copy of the Petaluma Argus, of
Now, ten days only remain in which j Petaluma, California/giving a detailed
to obtain the amount. With the | account of a terrible accident to his
coronation of a new May Queen, thei nephew, Newton Ackerman, a contrac-
work will be ended, and success or
failure will be recorded. Tue object
lor which the wideawake bands of
girls who have centred around the
present May Queen is one that must
Ward Fund Subscriptions
A. W. McLeod $10.00
Daily News   .^ 5-00
W. C. Chamberlin    \.,.'... 5.00
M. N   (Burnaby)      2.00
J. C ,.     1.00
T. R. V '.     1.00 i the
tor of that city. The accident occurred on Sunday, April 12, and transforms an active young man in the
full enjoyment of strength and vigor
into a life long cripple. With hiB
brother, Ackerman drove to the station to catch a train for his home in
San Francisco. As he reached the depot another train was pulling out and
thinking that it was the train by which
he was to travel, he dashed to catch it.
Failing in an attempt to swing himself aboard, he was thrown beneath
the' wheels and the left foot cut off.
right leg being crushed    at the
Harry Brine   5.00
William Madill  1.00
Miss Smith  1.00
A Friend    500
cummend itself to every true man or
weman; the comfort of the little ones
who are forced lo live in tbe hospitals
during sickness, and the alleviation of
their condition while there by removing them to a ward of their own,
."way from the sights and sounds
which they must see and hear when
in the same ward with adults- No
worthier object could be found and its
r.ceomplishment Is In the hands of the
citizens. The girls are doing their
best. It is up to you ss a man to give
your share, bo It ever so small, and
help the good cause.
knee so badly that it had to be amputated.
Important Communiques Issued.
Rome, April 19.���The government
issued two important official communiques yesterday. The first denied
the report that Germany has raised
obstacles to Italy's peaceful, penetration of Tripoli. The second announces
that three naval divisions are about to
sail for the Levant to assist In the
inauguration of Italian post offices, tt
Is added that when they arrive Italy
will address a note to the
which will be followed by an ultimatum to Turkey based on the recent
murder in Derna ot an Italian priest,
f��<r which Turkey has hitherto refused to ghe satisfaction.
The self-styled chamninns of B
I alias the Fairview intermediate
crosse team, had a rude awakening on
lii-Oii _<Tida7~_r_(<'rrib6n, when, without
as much as saying by your leave, ai
dozen stickhandlers Trom this burg'
waded (that's the correct expression,
considering the state ot the grounds)
Into the twelve poor men and punk
and rolled up a score that taxed the
supply of high numbers held for hanging on the big sign board at Recreation park. Exactly twenty-one goals
were tallied in favor of the Westminsters, while the Falrvlews somehow
failed to bulge the netting on more
than one occasion.
Vanoouwi weather was responsible
for the dirtiest ground on which a lacrosse match bas taken place for a
iong while past, the plnyers slushing
through several Inches of mud all over
the field- As a lacrosse exhibition, the
game had nothing to recommend it,
while as a trial ot strength, it was too
one sided to even provide excitement
for the supporters of the winning
team.
Six goals were scored against the
Falrvlews in the first quarter, the dose
was repeated in the second, a quintette
of shots tallied in the third, while the
final spasm added four more to the
list. Total, twenty-one. During the
third quarter one of thc Fairview boys
distinguished himself by scoring a
goal, the only one tallied by his team.
Several times during the game, however, the Falrvlews had possession of
the ball for periods of from three sec
onds to nearly half a minute. With
jractice, some of those lads could develop Into really good junior players,
but intermediates���not yet.
Westminster was represented by the
following players, named in position,
with number of goals scored iby each
following: Munn, O. Peele, D- Marsha.l
(1), B. Gnlbraith, A. Robertson, Man-
nerlng, W. Warwick (4). Doiigbey
Spring (2), Em. Warwick (4), A-
Smith (2), D. Morrison (3), and G.
Spring (5).
A combination of Grumpy Spring
and a Fairview lacrosse stick resulted
badly for the Inside home man, who
finished the day's sport with bandages
around his head.
���I .I..-        I..
.    Taft May Quit Cabinet in June.
Washington, April 19��� Secretary.of
powers, J War William H. Taft will resign from
the'cabinet if he is nominated by the
Republican convention in June. Otherwise he will continue at the head of
the department until the end of Presi-
J lent Roosevelt's term.
unusual step being taken In view of
the fact that ln other cities It has been
found more satisfactory to have open
meetings than to .attempt to prevent
reporters from discovering what han
taken place at a supposedly secret
meeting. As is usual at every meeting,
occasional requests will be made to
this newspaper men to refrain from
reporting unfinished business.
PRINCIPAL SMELL PASSES
CRl TICAL STAGE OF ILLNESS
Unexpected  Complications Only  Can
Retard Progress of Recovery���
Baseball at the College.
The illness of Rev. Dr. Sippren,.
pilncipal of Columbian college, hne
passed the critical stage, although he
ia> still suffering much pain. Principal
Sipprell contracted a severe cold last
week, which developed into a serious
rase of pneumonia, aggravated with*
pleurisy. His cdhditlon at first won
considered very dangerous, a msme
was procured in Vancouver, and everything possible done to ensure quietness In the dormitory. At present,
however, Dr. Drew, who is attending
bim, says that no anxiety need be
felt for his recovery unless unexpected
complications set.
School closed on Thursday of last
week and does not open till Tuesday
of this week, because of the Easter
holidays. Nearly all the resident stn-
dents took advantage of these holidays.
to visit their homes.
The medal won by McCurdy af tb*>
irack meet a week ago Saturday, will
be presented at the last open literary
meeting of the season in June. Tbe
gold medal has been ordered front, an
eastern firm and will be suitably ew*~
r raved. Tbe donor Ib Prof. Hetber-
'ngton, of the college.
Baseball will continue to be, ��a In
the past, tbe popular game ef Use
season. The team hopes to meet tbe
city team for several exhibition
matches besides tbe regular scheduled
games. The first of these will be
played Saturday. Tbe college tenia le
confident of winning out in die
hating more and better material
year, and having started praettdb*
early, ls in fine condition. The teeai
as put In the field this year will be
almost entirely different from hurt
year's, only four members of the 1MT
line-up being in school at present, bet
new players of even better ability
than the absentees of the
team are numerous, and the IMI
aspirants Is overcrowded.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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APRIL ix
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rjwfl_5?st_ri*i-ii't
7%���� ZJafe in History.
APRIL 20.
!t;.'>:! Cromwell dissolved the Rump
parliament.
UOfi Napoleon III- born. Died Jan. 9,
1STJ.
l.SU'���George Clinton, fourth vice-
president of the United States,
died.    Horn 1730.
1842���Most Kev. John M. Farley, arch-
bishop of New York, born.
1S61���Great Mass meeting    in    Union !
square,  New  York,  at  beginning of the civil war.
1200 Great strike of miners began In
Spain-
190.1���Massacre of Jews at Kishenev,
Russia.
19D7-The Porte accepted the five de-:
mands of European powers.
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can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
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iVE Cents A Bar
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd
Owners of the Townsite of     PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,     25 miles from V
>i��ui  Vancouver
GUN CLUB SHOOT WINNERS.
.. following is the result of the first i
gun shoot of the season, held at I
Moody Square on Friday.
Event No. l, ten birds���First prize. |
medal, Capt. Mayers, 8; second prize,!
fountain pen, E. Hale, 7; third prize,:
Daily World, six months, H- Weaver, i
6. i
Event No.  2, 15 birds���First prize,)
silver medal, Capt. Mayers, 14; second
priset watch fob, J. H. Vidal, 12; third
prize. Dally Province, six months, Geo.
Cunningham,  11.
Event N'o. 3, 20 birds���First prize,
medal, Capt. Mayers, 15; second prize,
cuff links, Frank Trapp, 13; third
l-rfze spoon, George Burr, 12.
Event No. 4, 15 birds���First prize,
medal, Capt. Mayers, 12; second prize
fishing rod, Frank Trapp, 10; third
prize spoon, J. H. Vidal, 9.
Event No- 5, six-men-team shoot���
first, Westminster; second, Vancouver; third and fourth, Westminster.
Event No. 6, 15 birds���First prize
onehalf dozen oyster spoons, C. McLean, 13; second prize, auto safety
razor, Dr. F. P. Smith, 12; third, spoon,
George Turnbull, 11.
Event No- 7, consolation���First
trize, fishing rod, W. J. Sloan; second prize, match box, F. Reichenbach;
third spoon, T. D. Trapp.
The spoon given by Mr. H- W.
Maynard, Dominion Cartridge company, Vancouver, was won by Capt. J
Mayers, with score of SI per cent.
W. R- Gilley���Tel. 122.      Office    Tel.   16.
G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL    D_.__L.ERS  IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brisk   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,4CO,OCO.O"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ln   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A ien
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents In all carts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER. Manage
The Final Disappointment.
A man who was something of a
gourmet orderedadinner for himself
and his party which from the menu
should have been very palatable, but
apparently it was not so. Course
succeeded course, and toward the
end of the meal the host could restrain himself no longer. He called up the waiter and expostulated.
'"I ordered a good dinner, and we
���have waited patiently for some sat-
'.isfadory dish. The soup was a failure, the fish was a disappointment,
the entree uneatable, and I am sorry
to tell you that during the whole
-dinner there has been nothing worth
looking at." The waiter looked troubled for an instant and then, brightening up, said, "If you wait a moment, rir, I will bring you the bill."
Famous Anagrams.
Of all tbe extravagances caused by
tbe anagnunaiatlc fever wben many
���Teats ago it was st lu height, none
some* op to that of a Frenchman
���as-oted Andre Pujom, who, dlscoverlnf
4a. bis name the anagram Pendu .
Mom (the seat of criminal Justice ir.
*s* province of Auvergne), felt bound
*�� falsi bis destiny, committed a crim*
bi Anvergae and wes actually hanged
to the place to which the omen pointed.
Among the papers of William Oldys,
tbe bibliographer, was found tbe foi
lowing anagram on himself:
to wore and will I am a friend to you.
And ana Mend old Is worth a hundr*
The Father Pierre de St Louts be
eame a Carmelite monk on finding out
that his lay name, Ludovicus Bar-
���ttemJ. gsve the anagram Carmelo m
frrrorvst, and Sylvester, ln dedicating a
tranaiatloa of Du Bartas to his sover
*tgn. made the following anagram:
"James 8tuart-A Just lnM-era"-
WimreApolli- Journal.
Trapping an Elephant
"Elephants are easily trapped," sr.id
a too keeper, "very easily trapped aud
���f*m easily -taned. The trapper chooses
-i spot popular with elephants and digs
< hole five feet deep and twenty feet
"MIUM*. a* surrounds this hole with a
'.nirtis Ward fence except In one place,
where be hangs a swing gate. Next he
���nds a herd of elephants, chooses the
j-nlmal he wants, maddens it and
makes It chase him. The man tears
aloug on bis nag, the elephant thunders close after, and Just at the gate
way the man swerves to the right, bul
the elephant, too heavy to swerve,
Aangs ilght on through Into the hole.
tOV* mad at first, terribly mad. Bat
whey-give bim no food or drink, tbey
(mild around the pit fires of damp
wood that almost suffocate him with
smoke, and tbey dase and stupefy, him
. wftb shoots and banging of brass pans
Tbe elephant ta completely broken and
eabdnsd la three or four days. H_
���**m*�� forth and fellows tbe trappet
Mp** and nsawuy, wito tears la his
,ja- it. Bid
���
HEAD  OFFICE,  313 CORDOVA  STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of thi.. , ,:
of 100, at $100 per share, each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 2,". shares of    Pi
first issue was immediately tai_en  up  by  the   sale   and   guarantee!    option.
WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second issue of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. at ?1.0u per _:.
entitled to a bouus of 15 shares of Preference Stock.
The third and subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to be ai
to time by the Board of Dire 'tors.
WHEN   COMPLETE. THIS  MODERN   PLANT   WILL   HAVE A  CAPACITY OF 130 TONS OF
PAPER, AND 270 TONS OF ALL   GRADES   OF   WRAPPING   PAPE1   PER  WEEK.
NEWS
he right
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Company reserves tho right to reject any or all subscriptions,  and further re
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the generil public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue of 100,000 Is ibscribed
wish your application returned, or allowed on the third Issue of P-o'erence Stock.   No _on__ _.._._.
ed after the second issue. i
The Preferred Stock is entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent, commencing November 1  iuh
but unlimited as to further dividends���1. e-, after 7 per cent has been paid upon the Preferred and r
mon, both stocks thereafter participate equally.   There Is no reason why this stock shoul. Dot ->ay
30 to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 25 miles from Vancouver, on the first unit of th's
plant, which is to have a weekly capacity of 80,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and which we hope to _��� ���
operation by July 1, 1908.
Remember, there is 'no graund floor plan; no inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the e.'e
prise.
Within one year the stock of this corporation will be selling at a handsome premium���then it will h
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
10 per cent, on application. 15 per cent, on allotment; balance in eight equal calls of   thirty dan
each.
The public are cordially Invited to visit our demonstrating plant,    313  Cordova   street, Vancouver
and witness the manufacture of wood pulp and paper.
Open Saturday evening until 9 o'clock.
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER  G.  FAULKNER, President British Columbia Trust Corporation.
W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
J. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart, Ltd ,
Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
FREDK. APPLBTON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
ALD. W. J. CAVANAOH. Member VY. J. Cavanagh & Cn.,
Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soe.
C. E., P. L, S., D. L. 8.. Cm.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
FRED SMITH, member Smith,
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, B. C.
H. M. CURRITT, Western Man-
ager Cortlcelll Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
J.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General Manager West London Paper Mills, London,
England.
CAPTAIN H. A. MELLON, J.P,
American Lloyds Agent etc,
EUSTACE II. JENNS Bard*
ter, etr\. Vancouver, B. C.
GEO. E. CATES, Cares Ship-
building Co., Vancouver, B.C.
OREELY KOLTS, former! Sea.
eral Manager Pacific Coaa
Soda Co.
Local Agents:  DOMINION TRUST CO. ^ West*
This Is Worth Knowing
THERE is an impression abroad that
only the exclusive custom tailors
cut up the best imported cloths.
Just to acquaint you with the true facts
we are in a position to announce that
the makers of
20th Century Brand
fine tailored garments for men, import
90 per cent of the cloth they cut up in
their tailor shops and import largely
from the most celebrated cloth makers
in Great Britain���cloths like Cart's Meltons, Galashiels, Rastric and Hawick
Tweeds, West of England Worsted Suitings and Trouserings. Only the finest
canvas, haircloth and trimmings are
put into suits or overcoats bearing their
well-known trade mark. In all respects
they are very superior clothes and are
recognized as such all over Canada.
May we show you the new Spring
Models ?
PHILLIPS, Ihe Wardrobe Clothier
SELLING AGENT FOR NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
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Trains & Steamers
C.P.B. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 1,0:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:26, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 16:15.
QJt&AT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
L*. N. W. Ill am.: at. Seattle 4 ��m
Lv. N. W. 4.81 p._n.: ar. Seattle 10 p.m
V.. W. ft Y.���VANOOUVBR
Lv. N. W. I p. m. and ��:I6 p. m.
It*  Vmiooiiver 8.S5 a.m. and 4 9.U.
'��. N. K���PORT GUICHON.
Leave aNaw Westminster 2:60 p.m..
arrive Oulchon I p-m-
Leave Oulchon 6 a- rn, arrive New
New Weatminster 8:90 a m.
MOBVlsys. W*4n**4iys tad Fridayfr
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, SL Paul
..;     AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on sale    to all
European points.   ,
, Spealal   Reduce*   Rates   Roum.   rtfL
Rates te ���antheri. CalUemt*
ror full Information call on or write
..__& ^M1*-0' ��*M*��1 Afeiit.
480 Hastiocs St., VaneoHver. B. C
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COLUMBIA
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month and I will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
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ADVERTISE IN THE MONDAV,
APRIL   20,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
It
Will Not Seem Like
EASTER
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
If you do not have something new. You can make
your choice from a full
line of
Beautiful   Blouses
Handsome Skirts and
Chic Collars and Belts
AT
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
NOTICE.
EDMUND KEAN.
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites- you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
LMTEREST ADDED 4 TLMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  if
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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To  See  Hlm   Act   Was  Like   _.��_��_�����
Shakespeare  by  I.ightnlnr.
Before the third century after the
birth of Shakespeare had reached its
first quarter there was born in England
to a stage carpenter and a strolling actress a child destined to grapple with
tlie poet's highest thought and inter
prct lt with a vividness that to this
day stands unrivaled. Coleridge's terse
comment, that to see Mm act was reading Shakespeare by lightning, reveals
bim with the fullness of a volume. Edmund Kean, along with most people
early trained to an art, had little If any
education of the schools. He was when
a boy provided with Instruction by
some benevolent people whom his
smartness and beauty attracted, but be
rebelled against the tasks of study and
went to sea. But life there was too
rough for bis fine nature. He returned
to England aud at the age of seven begun the study of Shakespeare's characters with his Uncle Moses. This he
continued with an actress named Tlds-
we!_, who taught him, besides, as well
as she knew, the principles of her art
At an early age be had the cx*HU of
originality so surprising as even then
to challenge the supremacy of Philip
Kemble. At fourteen* he played Hamlet. King George had bim recite at
Windsor castle, and it ls said this tncl- j
dent led some gentlemen to send him |
to Eton, but there ls no record of lt. j
At twenty he was in a provincial troop,
I a member of which he married, and
I for six years thereafter, until his glorl- I
I ous night at Drury Lane, his life was j
I one of hardship, struggle, obscutity,
j but, thanks to the faith in himself, not
i hopeless. His London debut was made
at twenty-eight. He had fought for it
hard aud long and would then have
missed It but for the falling reputation
of the theater. London debuts ln first
roles are not easy for provincial actors, and none knew better how bard
tbey ur��- to get than Henry Irving.
Kean seems to have beeu at his full
splendor and made a hit. After that
his habits were altogether prejudicial
to the rt'tinement of taste or the acqul
iltion of knowledge.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deaieri in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ta Canadian Bank of Commerce
rud-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
��� HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
|B B WALKER, President ALEX.  LAIRD. General  Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
'"ry facility afforded Farmers for   their banking business.    Sales Notes
"���hed or taken for collection.
I On      K,NQ BY MAIL���Deposit*  may be made or witl>drawn oby mall.
|   "OMown accounts receive every attention.
JTCW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R DAVID80N. Manager
Easter Chocolates
ALL   PRICES
At
Ryall's DrugStore
~ TRY   THEM ..
TAKE
k White Pass
w Yukon Route
��Hr?ER��?;CARCROS8f ATLIN,
AIRrBEA HORSE,   DAWSON   and
totUrt J* ' - Da,,T te"lB�� (������!����
^fts-atr     freight   �����������<:.   witb
^'"���aitiL^rcr?,s "B0 White Horse,
"��ormH,10I. apply to
,': H   ROGER,   7raffic  MMlgWi
~  ...    VsncoBTer, B. C
   Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
Tickets will be sold for ONE FARE
AND ONE-THIRD for the ROUND
TRIP. On sale April 16 to 20, Inclusive;  good to return up to' April
2tst.
ED. QOIJLET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Qenl. P��8��. A*., Vancouver.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S-  Princess May.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
February _-', .March ���), 14 and JI an.l
April  ..
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS   Princess  Victoria
Leaves  Vaeouver  1:30  p. ni-  daily,
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; <.r
rives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria S:30 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
in. dally except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except Monday; arlrves Victoria 7 am.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST  ROUTE.
88 Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month for Quatslno and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatslno, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8. Jean
Leaves Vancouver 1:30  p-m. daily,
except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tn.. Th., Sat 8 a.m.
Fr6m Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRA8ER   RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
minster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at ii
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
r> p.m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUNO,
ETC.
������ 8. 8. Queen Clty.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 e.m. ever;
Thursday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lndysmlrti.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. . NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-:
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
BILLINGSGATE.
For  reservations ant]  tntormattoD
call or address
���D. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
m. J. COYLE.
teat, Oon. Pass Agent, Yeaeoover
tr      ADVERTISE      *��
��� IN ���
TNI     DAILY     NEWS
If TOU Nee: Anything.
Markets  8eem  the   Natural   Abode ef
Strong Language.
The unpolished phraseology, native though not peculiur to this
quarter of London, has given rise
to thc proverbial use of the name
Billingsgate. "One may term this
the Eseuline gate of London," says
eld Fuller. ''Here
linguas jurgatrices.
teenth century references to the
"rhetoric" or obscene language of
the market are frequent, and hence
foul language itself i_ called "billingsgate." In "Vanity Fair," too,
Thackeray tells up how Mr. Osborne
cursed Billingsgate with an emphasis worthy of the place.
It is curious how markets are the
natural abode of strong language.
Thus the French equivalent for
"You are no better than a Billingsgate fish fag" is "Year compliments
are like those of the Place Mau-
bert," the Place Maubert being noted for its market.
In the good old days the Billingsgate porters seem to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves, for one Bang-
ford, writing in 1716, says: "This
being to my mind another ancient
custom that hath been omitted of
late years. It seems that in former
times the porters that plied at Billingsgate used civillv to entreat and
desire every man that passed that
way to salute a post that stood there
in a vacant place. If he refused to
do this, they forthwith laid hold of
him and by main force bumped him
against the post. But if he quietly
submitted to kiss the same and paid
down sixpence they gave him a
name ana chose some one of the
gang for his godfather. I believe
this was done in memory of some
old image that formerly stood there,
perhaps Belus or Belin."
The original porters of Billings-
{(ate belonged to one of the oldest
abor guilds in the country, the Fellowship ot Porters, and at one time
the carrying work both at Billingsgate and from the wharfs to the
warehouses of the city within a certain radius was entirely performed
by them.���London Globe.
Tlie Owner and the Visiter.
Bis bouse, the first be had ever
owned, being nearly finished, the Flat-
bush man went forth one fine afternoon to inspect it As be entered ths
front door be observed a well dressed
man standing within, apparently admiring the beauties of construction and
decoration. In an Instant the pride of
the owner swelled within bin. Here
was where he would make the visitor
verdant with envy and, incidentally,
Intercept V few bouquets for himself.
Stepping up 4b tbe stranger, be rs-
mashed:
"it's a beautiful houae, isn't tit Ifs
worth every cent of the investment
and a greet deal more."
"Yon ate right" replied the stranger.
"Too ate, I snppose"-
��*Yee. I'm the owner," Interrupted
the other, ������and Just let me tell you
that there are not many men round
bere who own aa fine a house as this."
"I quite believe yon," serenely answered the visitor. "I'm tbe than, you
see, who holds the first mortgage on
It." -Brooklyn Bugle.
Vnlnahlr-  Pebbles.
Between the northern point of Long
Island and Watch Hill lies a row of
little islands, two of which, Plum ls
land and Goose island, possess a pi*
culltir form of mineral wealth. It consists in heaps of richly colored ijuartz
pehbles, showing red, yellow, purple
and other hues, which are locally called
agates. They are used in making stained glass windows, and there Is a suffl
clent demand for them in New York
one may hear i tc> k��"P th*-' owners of one or two sloop*
The seven- I emP|oJ'ea' in gathering them from the
beaches, where the waves continually
roll and polish them, bringing out the
beauty of tiieir colors.
I IN   THE   MATTER   OF  THE   RAIL-
j    WAY ACT, and in the matter <if the
Vancouver, Westminster and YukoDj
Hallway  Company  and of the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Rail-
I     way  and   Navigation  Company.
I     NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   tS_a'>
' under the provisions of Section 361 -ol
j the Railway Act, ,an  application   wil_
lie made to the Board of Railway Commissioners  for Canada, at the Court.
Room of said  Commissioners, at   tbe
C.ty of Ottawa,  at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, on TUESDAY, the 12ib
day of .May, A. D. 1908, for a recommendation to the Governor in Council
lor the sanction  of a  certain  agreement dated  the  26th  day of Marci.
A. D.  190!., made between the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway  Company  of  the one  part, aaA
the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern
Railway and  Navigation Company off
the other part, providing for the Bale
hy  the  Vancouver,  Westminster anc_
Yukon  Railway  Company  to ami   tbe
purchase  by  the Vancouver, Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company from the said the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company, of all that portion  ot  the
undertaking  and    properties of     the
Vancouver,   Westminster  and   Yukon
i Railway  Company, consisting of the
line of railway in the City of Vancou-
| ver described in said agreement aufl
j from the City of Vancouver to tlie City
j of Xew Westminster, and in the City
of New Westminster, and all lines oi
railway connecting it with the bridgs
over the Eraser river at New Westminster, and all rights arising out -nf
any  order   of  the   Board  of Railway
Commissioners   for   Canada,   pertain-
I ing to the maintenance or operation
I of the said lines of railway or any of
| them, and all other property, real -or
! personal, acquired for or held by -nr
i in trust, for or on account of the said
J lines of railway or any of them.
DATED this 27tti day of March,   A.
i D. 1908.
JAMES  JEFFREY.
Secri tary
minster
pony,
of   the   Vancouver,   W��st-
and   Yukon   Railway   Com-
El Dorado.
The modern meaning of El Dorqto
may be traced as follows: One of Pl
sarro's men said that he had discovered a land of boundless wealth be
tween the Orinoco and the Amazon.
Ibis country was named Bl Dorado,
and many adventurers, among them
Sir Walter Raleigh, endeavored to find
It; hence the name has come to meaa
a golden country of tbe mind, a fabn
Ions land of fabulous wealth, much ss
Cockaigne, a fancied land of luxury
and Idleness.���New York American.
����������_������������ ������* auiM,
"My idea of perfect happiness," sa|0
tbe seedy philosopher aa be made his
fourth roupd trip to tbe free lunch
counter, 'Is to be la a position to pt
into tbe swellest restaurant, put my
hand ever the price list of the mono
and order what my taste dictates, Irrespective ef the demurs ef a diminished
wad."      	
A 0*t*m*tt*m.
Bertie Father, what ls aa egotfetf
Father-He is a man who thinks be is
smarter than any one else. Mother���
My dear, yon are scarcely right. Ibo
egotist Is the msn who ***** that he la
smarter than any one else. All
think tbey are!
l��n��rlMt,
Young Widow (at tbe animal seilert)
���I waat a dag. Animal BeHsr���Yea,
madam; white, gray or brindled*
Young Widow-No. Black-all black
I am In deep mourning.���Nos Lolslm.
CoBtlsaoaa Uf*.
Venus���And what do you de when
���ot engaged In archery? Cupld���Ob,
I'm kept busy rhyming with stupid.-
Pock.
���tbfloal Repartee.
Justice Jeremiah Black of Pennsylvania, in reviewing a case that came
ap from the court of his old friend
Judge Moaes Hampton, remarked,
"Surely Moses must have been wan-
ydering In tbe wilderness wben be
made hla decision," and sent the case
back to the lower court Judge Hampton on Its second trial remarked that
although he would have to submit to
higher authority, he still thought be
waa right in spite of the "lamentations
of Jeremiah."
Grand Trunk Ry*
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers nf
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara FrBr.
For Tim* Tables, etc., adfiress
GEO. W. VA0X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, IH.
Spokane falls & NorUwrn Ry C#.
Nelson & FL Sbeppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Ol
The only all rail route between appoints east, west snd south to Roes-
land, Nelson snd intermediate point*
connecting at Spokane with thc Gtea*
Northern, Northern Pac'nc and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boua&arj
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls witb.
stage t'tily for Republic.
Buffet  service  on  trains  between-.
Spokane and Nelson-
Effective   Sunday,   November    t*\:
1901.
Leave
9.ao a.m.
12.25 P-m.
940 s.m.
Day .Trai* Arrive
.. Spokane ....MS paa
..Rosslanrf ....4.10
...Nelson 643
H. A. JACKSON
Changed Oplwiews.
Too think it a want ef Judgment that
see changes his ���pinion. Is it a proof
that your scales aie bed because tbey
vibrato witb ovary additional weight}
that la added to eltber sideJ- Maris
Mfewofth.
Willing ** Assent an Ap*\*��y.
Priscilla (Just arrived)-Are there
any men here? Pbyllts-Ob, there an
a row apologies for menl Priedlla-
Well. If an apology Is offered *�� ma
I shall accept It-London Times.
Apologies  only   account   for
which tbey do not alter.- -Disraeli.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANYV
POINTS IN THE OLD OODNTSV
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS Cf*
FICE.
Next sailings of tha Empreaaea
May 1st.
For other dates and particulars^,
apply to
ID. OOULET,     .
GP. R.
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FOUR
TIE   DAILY  NEWS.
The Mian
In a Stylish
Suit
is tbe man who fights tlie battle of life
to advantage.
Our present showing of spring and
summer woollens for men, contains
the world's best in materials and pa.-
terna.
Call and inspect the stock for yourself.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
1
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.        - B.  C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
MONDAY,  APRIL 20,  1908.
ENTER THE MARKET
Producer and consumer do not meet
as often as they should on market day
in the market. The practice is growing of the producer being met blocks
away from the market building and a
wordy warfare between buyers lo secure the produce of the timid (?)
farmer and to purchase from him before tie -bas had time to find out the
market value or to see how much or
bow little of the commodity he has for
sale is upon the market. The conveyance is sometimes turned round
and its freight taken to storehouse or
station and the producer does not pay
his share of the cost of keeping up t'ne
market and the consumer ratepayer
docs not get a chance to even see the
producer, much less purchase any of
it upon the market, which In case of
less of operation he has to pay his
^liare in the taxes.
of the immense progress the Province
has made In the development of thes.-,
that we have forgotten to    ask    ourselves  the  question:   Are   we  getting
all the wealth we should oat of these'
three  great   resources ?    And   it   has I
taken the outside man with the broad;
view to answer tbe Question ere we i
asked it: .Mr. W. B. Lanlgan, Assistant j
Freight Traffic Manager of the C. P. ;
It., points out to us that we are importing  ;.utter,  eggs,  poultry,  cheese, j
bacon,  vegetables, inc.its    and    some'
fruits  which  could  be and should ts i
produced in fhis Province, not only to
meet our own demand  but in    soma
measure to supply the market in the
v heat belt of thc Northwest   The de-
mand in our own Province    is being
wet largely from Washington. Oregon
and    California,    some    little    coming
from Australia. During the last month
i.e have had  evidences of   a    butter
famine In our sister City and  while
ii   was not quite so serious here, yet
��� ���    .vho are in the centre of a greal
firming country have had to use butter   imported   from California,    whi a
the  prices   for  creamery   butter  were'
40 to 4. cents per pound-
This, while serious and preventable,
i.-, not so serious as the possible production for and supply to the markets
outside the Province, In fruits, poultry,:
early    vegetables,    eggs    and  butter,!
which are  now  being supplied    from
Ibe  United States.    We are losing in;
lhe aggregate, at the vwry least calculation,  ten  millions  annually, when!
ir.  that calculation we enter the pro- |
d ice we now import, and the produce
we have markets for, if we export. Ten |
millions  added to  the  wealth    of    a
young Province may not be much, but
why
There's no reason v.ny you
should buy "cheap* impof.eJ Salt.
WINDSOR SALT cost* no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.   Get  WINDSOR.
103 W
NOTICE
been an effective supporter of the
L.beral cause both in and out of the
House, .and his companions iu tha
Chamber, as we'd as his thousands of
friends outside Parliament, will wish
him all kinds of success in his retire-
uent to private life. May his successor be as good . a fellow !���Ottawa
Free Press.
A meeting of the Xew Westminster
Co-operative Society will be held in
Eagles' Hall on Saturday, April 18
at 7:4_ p.m. All persons wishing to
join are respectfully requested, to attend.
Meeting   will    le called    to   order
sharp on time.
W. DODD, Acting Secretary.
ii-v1iik'�� iphiii riRiii.
When Irving first appeared in a cer
tain midland town critics declared that
his curious mannerisms of voice, gall
and gesture destroyed bis chances pi
' becoming a great actor. How trying
confounded his critics by creating tri-
umpu after triumph an i redeeming the
English stage from the charge of me
! diocrity is now a mafter of history, ,
' This great Shakespearean actor ros��
from the ranks t" the head of b;s ; re
fession by sheer rorce of bis histrionic
power, ability and originality. And
withal be was one of the most kindly
of men. generous to a fault when tbo
distress anil troubles of others cam��
under his notice.~-Loudou MaiL
A Thorough Optimiit.
"Father," said the small boy, "what
is an optimist?"
"An optimist, my son. Is a man who
believes the weather bureau when its
predictions are favorable aud who congratulates himself on Its unreliability
when they are not."���Washington Star.
it would help some.    Our real estate;
Its  Hours.     HH
I     "This watch will last a lifetime," re-
. marked the Jeweler as he handed the
men have the finest argument for the; wat(ah to tne customer.
settlement of land in this matter ofl    "Nonsense!"    retorted    the    other.
s.,ortage of production and in the mat-1 "Can't I see for myself that its hotus
English 'and American tiilliard Ta-
ties. Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies In
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
P .  :.    A2698. P.  O.  Box  1185
Howling  Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  Messrs. Sa_cu->1   May   fi
I ' '..   ''\>''-)P'.o. ,
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClu'jhan
M.DMM _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
Westminster
Transfer Co
M��NDAY,  APR|L
Troubling You?"
lf so' wme and hav.
am,ned.     We make _       1
      '" 'L 'it
guarantee. "   "" *ork
��r_^Z"��* +
��Ptica!   Parlors  in T   -.
Jewelrv *.,.  Q'^
?   Btor
SEE Our Crockery Counter
FOR   BARGAIn s
Cake,  and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
Any article in window for 50c
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone97- Prompt Deliveryl
137,
Itr of eggs and poultry alone there is
ioom in our own market for production by one hundred thousand hens,
v hile fifty thousand cows added to our
slock would barely supply the butter.
cheese and milk now demanded.
It i.s to be regretted that our department of agriculture does not take, this
rr.atter up as a live rpirstion, and assist In the settlement ol our vacant
Irnds. A minister of the Crown, who
will come down to earth, and consider
these small ihings, wlll leave behind
him a name that will for ever be remembered as th;tt of a benefactor.
are numbered?"
to
Not Inherited.
Fond    Papa-My   baby   says   flue1!
bright things!   Dyspeptic Uncle���And
yet yon want me to believe In this rot
about  heredity.���Baltimore   American.
Garrlck tried to abolish prologues
and epilogues, but the audien pa of his
day vrould n<U consent.
HITTING THE  NEWSPAPERS.
The Citizens calls a Conservative
member of Parliament a liar because
he stated that Hon. Mr Sifton had
subsidized the Conservative press to
print his recent speech in the House.
It id not pleasant for a newspaper to
have to hurl epithets quite so direct,
but there are some politicians who
would try the patience of Job.
'.'_et a newspaper try to move ever so
little away from tbe beaten track of
the party politicians, let it make some
st.iti ment which the sheep-like followers on either side do not think is
t.ood trom the standpoint of "the
party," and the pettifoggers wlll in-
����^nt reasons.
The Free Press believes that the
country's interests are the party's Interests, and so does every broad-minded man.
Wc imagine that the Citizen printed
Mr. Sifton's speech at some length b*>-
tviuse it contained subject matter that
naas worth printing. Mr. Sifton discussed, as a man of wide experience,
n.ntters of vital interest to the country
_���_ large The newspapers allotted him
I ig space because he gave the people
Of Canada something new to think
Bl out.
It would be better for us all If the
dally journals gave less space to tin.-
aquabhle between "the ins" and "the
_ 1.1 in politics, and more to the serl-
OM Discussion of policies that really
OOt_aL Except at election times, the
ttfnjfllf man is little concerned ln
tlie petty fights of the politicians.
It is so easy for people to question
the motives of a newspaper, ,-.ind as a
result the practice is resorted to
n0_onever legitimate argument fails.
The' -editor's attitude to questions of
national, provincial, municipal, nnd
con religious affair! is frequently
imade subvert ol slighting remarks as
Ur- bis bona fides, but he has the satis-
��� faction of knowing that ne can count
<.!> illhe .support of the best element in
i'Jj. wnstltuency, which, ln the case of
Ottawa and the surrounding district,
fortunately is the largest element-
Ottawa Free Press.
The House of Commons    will
sorry to miss "Big Bill" Galllhi ���
of
Kootenay,  who announces h:s retire-
uent from politics.    Mr  Gelliher has
Condensed
Advertisements
LOST���Piece  of   border     for   carpet-
Any information will be appreciated
and   reward   given   by   Lee's Furniture Emporium.
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn Thin
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Websdale & Hard wick'
Builders  and
Contractors...
W ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit lard.   Adjoining land is held at
$100.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
All kinds of carpenters worK. General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
Na mor: mei of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and I
MADE IN CANADA
Mail orders filled same day
celved
TO RENT���Furnlsned rooms; rates;
reasonable; tleetric light and bath.'
Apply corner Eighth and Carnarvon |
streets.
WANTED���To buy new   and    gecouJ
hand furniture.    Pianos and organs i
tuned and repaired.   Speck & Cran-
dell, Front street, near tram office j
 P.   O.   Box   815.     Office   St.   Andr-ws1
Street, between 8th and 9th St.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
ot New Westminster and diet-a-t
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*,  Croct
as re-
H
ATS   RETRIMMED   AND   MADE j On  Sale at
Ladies'Gold Watches from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   dovb.t.
\ case, 17.50 >ip.
, Agent for the celebrated South Dend
! Watches, supplied to the Wellmoo
> Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Kings. Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    enarges   reason
able.
over.      Price    reasonable.
Auckland Btreet, A. L. Bishop.
18.
.
A.  G. BAGLEY   &   SONS i -tiarm hands, saw mill help,
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.      IT     skilled and common labor   sup-
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*" plied free.   Orders solicited. Canadian!
���        ; Faciflc Employment Agency, 506 Cor-'
west, Vancouver, B. C.    Phone |
Morey'e    Boeksto<-e    and
at Gamon'n cigar Divan
��rAdvertise the town we lire in ly
mailing Picture Poet Cards to jovr
friends.
dova
3329.
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science, mathematics
I
A.NTED��� PUPILS   (EVE.NIN'OS)
��ts,  classic:
Bur* 487, city.
Choice Hams, Bacon and
Spring Lamb, I
For   EASTER
THE |	
Central Meat Market! 2,000 Cords Tae Bark
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenuo! WANTED
PHONE 370. AT THEr I	
BOWELL A ODDY. Proprietor. FRASER RIVER TANNERYi day* and 8��turda* * 8 �� m.
I    Leaves Chilliwack Wednetda;..  r-~
day and Sunday alt 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, ap- I -
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailing* between
NEW WESTMINSTER and CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond), Haney, Langley.
Mission and way jw.rts, with passengers and freight,
Leaves    Urackmaa &   Ker    wharf.
Now  Westminster.,  Tuesdays,  Thura-
Maple Ridge Fruit lands For Sale
New ia tho time to secure a block of
It-iie valuable level land, while prices
| are low. Land la advancing In price
i in this welf settled neighborhood.
J 6ood roads; schools, churches and
1 ether conveniences; best of shipping
facilitres; only one hour's ride to Van-
cower or Westminster.
I
Apply to the  Secretary Port  Ham-
nond  and   District  Improvement   As
sedation, Port Hammond, R  C.
Electric Bine-Printing
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located at the BEAR
���f "Bally News" Nock
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
GASOLINE
ENGINES
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COWIE
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RE-
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
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SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B.C.
Amy St**
Maps, Charts and Drafting
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
R. wkitmori��, ftaeeatary,
OUR POSSIBILITIES.
Things we know, facts that are self-
evident, small drains'on .the body
. wiltic, by their continuity breed a
���contempt; or, It may he, the larger
concerns engross thc public mind, so
that these small matters are crowded
cnf. It needs some one, standing off
���nd tailing a broad view, to arrest attention to our possibilities, to lead us
to see the Aggregate. We .tave been
Hot.n^fysaed with Ihe ronslile^tlon ot,
��mr ^t;..T?.*WBXfifi,.rfr iqlirtfp]t*,*1W)i
*nd flsiberiu>4yia the rontomplitlon
p. o. e_k��*
U PRESTON
���Phono 100.
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New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF REVISION.
Notice la hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1908 has
been returned to me, and remains In
my office, where it may 'be inspected
hy any person having an Interest
therein, until the Bitting of the court
of revision.
The first sitting of the court of re-
yision on tlie said assessment roll will
beheld at the ctty hah, in the aald
city, on Monday, the 11th May next,
at 10. o'clock in the forenoon. Any
poraon Intending to appeal-against
the assessment must do so In writing,
to be filed with the feity clerk at least
���even days,before the first sitting of
the court..
' :        W. A. DUNCAN.
/ ���,_   �� .; ���_ c,ty Clerk.
J �������� HaH,-April 7, 1008.
(Tie VaacMYer   Map and  Yhe-
Prut Company,
j 441 Seymour St., Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFICE!
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S.
Crescent Block
We have just received
and yon arc invited to inspect,
without donbt tbe finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS tnat ever created
tbe pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
* Merchant Tailor
Columbia Bt, NEW WESTMINSTER
I. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Water!.
Pamily trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. E-aht street- j
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. ft
R. MILES & CO.
flnmbers, Gas and Hot Water AHA %
Repair* of all kinds ****&*,
tontion. Sewer connection* mm*
Moderate Chaw-H. ^ *J
Front St. New Weetmlnot*
ar      ADVERTIS*      ti
> j (��� IN -
THl     DAI L.V     NftW't .
UJ*OV^Wtt��*Yw%*A*tio*A
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Irrn Wo*
Removed to 'Tenth Sti, between Power Housed
Galbraith'sFactofl.
John nt\o*
Telsphsit*
JtMi&WJttmUaUuar.  -
M.
r,0i*
iti APRIL
1908
THE DAILY NEWS.,
EAoamn 71
THE CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH   THE CASH STORES
^^^^^^^^^^^^S^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Remarkable
argains
FOR
WEDNESDA Y
an
d THURSDAY
SHOPPERS
Easter Gowns
that sell regularly up to
$30.00, all at one price
Wednesday and Thurs
day
$
20
.00
The early bird catches the worm all right, all right, and ihis spc-c
i il of high class tailored garments lor women will add zest to
volume of business Wednesday and Thursday.   Every garment
is fashion's newest���the acme of perfection and godd taste ....12000
i
Easter Waists      Easter Waists
h
Two Big- Offerings!
150 brand new Waists
in the latest styles and
trimmings; regular $1.65
for, each ��.-95c
200 White Lingerie
Waists, every one of
them a dream of beauty;  regular $2.25,   for
 $1.25
Easter Millinery
In thla section we are as busy as bees. Our 190.S millinery has
Been universally praised iby the ladies ot our fair city. Our reputation
for high class yet moderately priced creations is too well known for
us to say anything about It. Such styles, such originality. Even Paris
ItMll could not boast of a more glorious showing .air! prices to suit
every purse.
T
Easter Hosiery
We urc agents for Morley's world renowned hosiery. The word
Morley is sufficient proof of our qualities. Every new style ls ropre-
Rpntetl iii this store.
Tartan hosiery la.very popular this season. We have them in end.
leas variety; also pretty effects ln fancy embroidered hose from 45c
to   , ,.   $2.00
Women's Easter Neckwear
25c to $2.00
A charming variety conceded to bo the most beautiful selection
n''r exhibited by this store. Among the favorites Is the Merry
Widow bow, the Oem bow, white embroidered stocks, etc.
Women's Easter Belts
I lie most comprehensive showing we have ever offered. We have
fozena of .styles, .but the three favorites are the tan leather with large
kney buckle, the white embroidered belt, with pearl buckle and the
elastic belt
with Jet trimmings.
ot
Easter Gloves
1,1 ';1 the Btyle. of Dame Fashion for 1908. Being sole agents for
,h" Trefousse kid in all styles and Morley's silk gloves, sufficient Is
Bald,
lo��. In
for
A Big Drawing Card in
4^ceCu|||i^s
"ti> 96 pair of beaut:fill Nottingham iaoe curtains, 3*4 yards
new embroidered odiO with medallion effects. Regular $100,
Sold by the leading distributors, the
"B. (J." cigar. **
The Xew Westminster Co-openative
Society was formally organized at a
meeting of subscribers held un Satur-
daj evening, when officers were elect-
! an    a constitution adopted. i
Four room cottage and lot, near
Sapperton ear line; .000 on terms. See
���V" fl & Hyde, real estate agent.-- **
Th ; |ge King Edward which has
'������'��� ������ ��������� aged i i repairing 1 .������ river
banl at Matsqui, came to the city on
Friday md lied up nt the Brunette
mills.
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ite
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T. f% SMITH
��� ;; ^.^T*rtiori;T��aV''i^';VaiMt.-   p*
,or ��M ty yMvertUement ef New  ftMaHn^nt Wei*.
-
/The     .. no"  cigai
favorite smoke.
becoming
wildly down the street, finally bringing iii> oue each side of an electric
lighl pole.
Jtemember the Bhoe saie at R.
Stevenson's shoe house, Begbie street.
Opposite Windsor hotel. **
The pulpit of Knox church. Sapperton, was yesterday filled by Kev. A.
Dunn, who for tlie present will replace
the regular pastor, Rev- Donald .Mac-
kenzie, w'iio has resigned to go easl to
Ontario.
Pete Larsen and George Gains, who
indulged in a simultaneous holiday jag,
have taken up temporary lodging at
the police station. The police magistrate will be at home to them tomorrow morning.
Acting Constable Barnes^ of Nanai-
". ��� enl the week end iu tills 'city,
hav ii. ��� ime over from the island in
ohargi : a patient trom Chemiinus
for thi   ; rovlnclal asylum.
Chapman's billiard and pool
finest    in    B. C.     Dominion
block.
parlor,
Trust
*��
.Man,i Fillmore, of the public hospital for the insane staff, has been
gazetted matron for that institution in
the last issue of the B. C- GagMe.'the
inpolntment dating from March 29,
ls:i:i. when that lady entered upon her
duties.
J. H. Brownlee, C. !_., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office in the Guichon blo��.k. Phone 338. ���
St. .Andrew's Church ladies' association will hold an afternoon tea at the
residence of Mrs. Munn, corner Fiftli
avenue and Ash street, on Tuesday afternoon. A silver collection will be
taken up, no charge for admission- being   ... : 1 I.
Corner lot, with small house In
Sapperton. Price $0150, on easy terms.
Apply. White, Shiles <_- Co., Columbia
street. **
���������eliiig- of tin.- B. C. A. A- T. will
t in the Vancouver AttBetic clab
Tuesday 0vi ning. when Rev.
vice-president,  will
of    importance    iu
on
ue in
room
J,  s.   Henderson,
attend.     Matters
connection with lacrosse and other
sports are to be discussed at the
meeting, which bids fair to be pro
longed until a late hour.
Flowers for Easter,
florist.   Phone 1S4.
See Tidy,
the
* *
A wins
in the K.
under th
S.ot ian 1
party announced to be held
of P. hall tomorrow evening
Four young men, accused of drunk
and disorderly conduct, will be presented before the police magistrate tomorrow morning, the specific charge
against them being that of attempting
to obtain entry by force into the 'residence of Charlie Sato early Sunday
fnorning in the west end of the city.
A salacious story hinges on the de-
velopement of the case.
A Russian handicapped with * name
like the jagged edge of a broken band
saw is in the toils of the law, charged
With having smashed the seal on a C-
P. R. box car In an attempt to find a
comfortable sleeping place on Saturday evening. When found by the city
police In his squatting quarters, he
was taken to the police station,
where bunk 7 was assigned him.
Kev.
Residential
Lot
Cheap
For quick sale, a central
corner lot, one block from
car, 66 feet frontage by 100
feet deep.
This sacrifice
$200.00.
price is
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
EAT
at the
Astor Grill
The  Largest and  Finest Equipped   Cafe   in    Western   Canada.
Six    course    Business   Men's
w
Luncheon served from 1U30 a-
m. to _: p. m., for 30 cents.
a   la  carte  Dinner  from 5:30
to   8   p.   ni.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee  and
��� Manager.
W. J. KERR
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
XT       ADVERTISE      -sa
��� IN ���
E      DAILY      NEW 3
If  Vou   WANT'HELP.
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t         THE ���
,1. S. Henderson addressed a
auspices of the Son., of., mss moetIng in the city hall. Van-
ins been postponed on ac- couver, yesterday afternoon, under the
m, ,. of the death of Duncan M. jausplces of the British nnd foreign
Robertson, of Westham Island, senior ,saiior_ and loggers mission. The sub-
P'l' '' "f thi' s- ��- s j ject of the address was "The Elements
of Power in Christian Service."   The
proceeds of the collection will be de-
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced On TUESDAY MORNING
April 14, 1908
<" JOHN A. LEE'S
Mammotli FURNITURE Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and just six doors -below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right in the new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
Thla
the
chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
disco.mt allowed on any article you clioo.se to pick out.
:
Tenders are asked for the clearing
of certain blocks of land within the
city limits. Particulars can be had at
the office of White; Shiles & Co.,
Columbia street. **
Following the oollchans, which are
now running In the river, have come
hundreds of hair seals, whose heads,
mere black spots on the mater, maybe seen in dozens as they float with
the tide until disturbed, when silently
they dive to re-emerge often hundreds
of feet from the spot where last seen.
A favorite of the etlte smokers,
���Brllliante" cigar.
voted to the fund for the erection of
a  home  for  aged  and  Infirm  sailors
i and loggers.    The chair was occupied
: by felr Charles Hlbbert Tupper.
The Cygnet, tho new Skeena river
I snag boat, made her second trial trip
on Saturday. After manoeuverlng on
i tiie river, a run was made to the
I mouth and back. The new boat is
j very easily handled and in every way
I proved most satisfactory. On her first
| trial a badly fitting valve caused some
the; trouble, but this was easily remedied.
The Cygnet   will   be   taken   to   the
Skeena during the week by the mate
of the Samson.
** i
Because of th;3 being a holiday, t'ne
Young  People's    society    of    Baptist
church will hold no meeting this even- \    Nearly all the real estate offices ln
lug-    Instead, a social especially   for tne city wm be cloged today  the ,an(1
strangers will tv given on Thursday sellers having agreed to lock the doors
evening, jointly by the    literary   un'1 and allow   their   staffs to enjoy   the
social committees at the home of Mr- holiday.   *Tm following firms slgn&l
S..ngst;i'.  Sixth street,   and   Queen's ���n agreement to close up, for tire day-
avenue.
Offley Bros, have removed to their
n��w office on Columbia street and
Tenth street. . **
Some of the local Knight Templars
went to Vancouver yesterday morning
to take part In tho parade of that
branch of the Masonic order. The
I;nights, In full uniform, marched from
tho Masonic hall, Granville street, to
the First Presbyterian church, where
u fraternal Easier sermon was preach.
ed by R< v. H. W. Fraser, D-D.
| Hale Bros. & Co.; Malins, Coulthard
ft Co.; Settlers Association of B. C;
! McLeod  &  Mark;   Royal  City  Realty
I Co.; Wnlte, Shiles & Co.; P. Peebles;
| Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.; F. J. Hart
& Co., Ltd.; Abbott ft Hydi\
During the school .holidays now In
i progress the carpenters will bo In full
I possession of the school buildings,
j which will be altered to afford more'
.Adequate Are protection. Tho men
i have already commenced1 work on the
| enlargement of the rear exit of thc
! Central school and before the return
For cut flowers, nonqneu or tun- :of th* scholars on Friday alt the doors
eral rtesUns telephone T. favles ft *m be "hanged to open outward, the
Son B- 208- *" 0,)Ject being to afford as little resist-
Arrangements haw been made by
the B. Y, P. U. of the Baptist church
for Rev. Chas. L. Snow, of Norwich,
Conn., to deliver his lecture on a tour
through famous "Auld Heekle" at Ur?
Clivct Baptist church on Tuesday
evening, April 28. The address wlll
be illustrated by a number of slides.
nnce at possible to a rush In case
lire-
4MMi^H_HM_aW_-__--n__-__-___n___��-__BS
of
Phone  B278  for
''pruning, repairing,
hotel.
cleaning, Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
������
. A r<m**ay..eam *hprt)y afjer >
o'clock yesterday afternoon caused
some little excitement on Columbia
Itreet, Authappily nn damage reaulteft
The team, owned hy the Thompson
ilrery atable. waa being diflftan by
iBert Oilley, when tbe pole became detached from- the rtg* and tell among
the feet of the team. T_J$, Jjprses be-
e_H��e��fittatened   and   unmknaajabie
,i  "
and theutit'm0_4|t were car
WE ARE
Specialists
TEL.   73
JOHN A. LEE
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   8TREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Public Supply Stores i
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Are now offering for sale a special line of
Dinner Ware
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sure to please everybody
Prom   $7_SO   Upwards
Why use old ones, when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
Columbia  8treet.       New, Weatminater, B. C.       Phone 92.
M   IN   W
*������*
tOMS
We sell them cheaper then you
'can make them. ���,-..
Qet our prtcet first.
Strr��w^'s*wifle Store
Til ftaBMft fii., Vancouver.
HAVE YOU INSURED TH03E
VALUABLE HORSES OP YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OP THEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP AS OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
MORAL: DO IT NOW.
I INSURE ALL KINDS OP LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH PROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOO
BROKER
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PAOE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
APRIL
20, 1|||
EMBROIDERED TRUTH.
Murk Twain on Hii Own Reputation
For Veracity.
I am used to having my statements
discounted. My ��iother began lt before
I was seven years old. Yet all through
my life my fucts have bad a substratum of truth, nnd therefom tbey were
not without preciousness. Any person
Who is familiar with me knows bow to
strike my average and therefore knows
how to get at the jewel of any fact of
mine and dig lt out of Its blue clay
matrix. My mother knew that art.
When I was seven or eight or ten or
twelve years old���along there���a neighbor said to her:
���"Do you eN_r believe anything that
that boy says?"
My mother said:
"He ls the wellspring of truth, bnt
you can't bring up the whole well with
one bucket." And she added: "I know
his average, therefore he never deceives ine. I discount him 30 per cent
for embroidery, and what is left is
perfect and priceless truth without a
flaw ln lt anywhere."���Mark Twain's
Autobiography in North American Review.
The Fighting Lemming.
If the lemming's powers were proportioned to his pluck, tbe lemming
would make things lively for the
hnnter. It attacks with reckless fury
the harmless passerby. One of these
creatures, smaller than a rat, will assail without a second thought a couple |
of human beings weighing 150 pound,
apiece. It will spring to one's knees,
barking and biting, and in purblind
fury fall back "ail ends up" to the
earth, only to renew the attack again
and ngnln. One day while one lemming was flying at me another from
, beyond a small stream Joined in the
demonstration and presently swam
across to get to elose quarters. I was
not quite sure that the first fall Into
the water was not occidental, but
haidly think so, since once there tt
came straight to the charge.���"Wild
Norway."
Most Nearly Perfect Vacuum.
It was Professor Dewsr'B achievement in liquefying bydrogon thnt led
to the discovery of an easy method of
obtaining an almost perfect vacuum,
and that in a single minute. When a
glass tube filled with air nml closed
nt one end has its open end dipped into
a cup of liquid hydrogen, the Intense
cold condenses the air into a kind, of
snow that settles to the bottom. If,
then, the upper part of the tube, from
which the solidified ��lr has fallen, ls
removed by heating and ('Soling It off
It becomes a vacuum chamber so free
from air that it is difficult to force nn
electric current through it.���New Tork
Herald.
SOCIETIES.
I. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Columbia Btreet, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
steamer can be seen at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
at the offices of the Collectors of Customs at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
wood, Midland, Vancouver and    Syd-
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed   to'nev- N' s- and at the aSencies of the
the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten- j Department of .Marine and Fisheries at
 -I der for alterations to the Post Office Montreal,    Quebec,    St. John, N-  B.,
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3 ' Building, Victoria, B. C," will be reJHalifax> N- S" and Charlottetown, P.
-Meetings the first and third Tues- ' ceived at this office until Wednesday, | E- L
brethren cOTdlalljTnWted to attend8 | April 22, 1908, Inclusively, for the con-'    The  same plans and  specifications
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd- j struction of the alterations to the Post | can be procured by application  from
fellows' block, Clarkson  street 0ffice Building at Victoria, B. C.     '
SOURT BRUNETTE, No. 409*. I.O.F. I Plans and specification can be seon
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the ; and forms of tender obtained at this
month at 8 o'clock, in the small Department and on application to Wil-
hall, Oddfellows' block. j 1|am HendersoD| Esq., ReB,dent Archi-
"~   teet, Victoria, B. C.
this Lodge aae held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
.*erie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
HE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
bail, Columbia street.
���ON3 OP SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. 0. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets ln Oddfellows' HaJl, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretimnwi -will
be made welcome. J. S- Lawrence,
N. C; C. E. Osborne, P. G . record -
1 ing secretary.
WOSE 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, Columbia St, at
8 p. m., Wbite Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
tenders will not be considered unle_->.
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter,J
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.I
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendar-
Ing decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretarv.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. March 19, 1908.
Newspapers wil. not ne paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without
authority from the Department.
the Department of Marine and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May-
next and at the agency of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, B. C.
Each tender must oe accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque wiM be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a
contract with the Department or falls
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will be considered.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid.
F. OOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, 14th  March,  1908-
North.We
cguiations.
Canad,an
Homestead   R
Any even numbered
SEALED TENDERS addressed to minioi�� land, m Manitoba, ft. ^ ^
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender'ewan ai��d Alberta, excepi J***
for heating Post Office, Vancouver, |not reserved, may be hom"*M*\
B, C," wlll be received at this office j** PerS0I> who I. ,ht. _ole hew
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, inclu- family> or an. male over 18 Ve
���Ively, for the construction of a heat-: *ge- to the extent of one-qu^.''8 0l
Ing system for the public building at;ton of 160 acres- more or le6B 8ec'
Vancouver, B. C Application   for   entry    mi',���
made  in person  b- -1--' '   De
Plans and specification can be seen
Dominion Lands ^^ ��
hnd forms of tender obtained on ap
plication at this Department, from W.'*gency for the dist''ct .. ....
Henderson,   Superintending  architect,   ,aDa ls Slluate'   Entry by proKV
Victoria, B- C, and from Mr. Charles
Tossell,  Clerk of  Works,  Vancouver,
B. O.
Persons tendering are notified that
*t an
0f  sub.
D which tht
mav,
however,  be made ���     ,...,..
certain conditions by the fkther 1?
er, son, daughter, brother or s .!   ,
an intending homesteader. ��-
The homesteader
tenders will not be considered unless �����._,"��," J"' ls re-uirHi toper-
.       -   a _   _._..   ...    ..   .   form tbe homestead duties under
made on the  printed  form  supplied. of tUe fol;owin
snd   signed   with   their  actual   signatures.
Each tender  must be accompanied  each year for
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of the
plans-
(1)    At least six moath
upon  and  cultivation of
one
(2)
resilience
tne land in
years.
A homesteader mav
. ��� ��� if lie so
Honorable    the    Minister    of    Public  iTnlT'iuU,-^ '���"''   ^^   "*
NOTICE
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c )
b>'  living on
farming
land owned  sole)-,   bv him   i
of the amount of the tender,  which  th,n ^u,h,v  ,���,.J        nm' aot l��s
man eignty   (vtj   acres i
will be forfeited if the person tender-' tne -v-io-ii__.it�����
ing decline to enter  into a contract ownership in :  .. .
v-hen called upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
If the tender be not    accepted    the
cheque will be returned.
n extent, is
of his homestead.  Joint
act meet thu
TENDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
one (1) month from the date hereof
application will be made to the
Go vernor-in-Council under Chapter
115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,
1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
to be. constructed by the Victoria Ter-1
minaJ Railway and Ferry Company
over the Serpentine river on the line I
of the said company's railway between
j requirement.
(3)    If the father (or mother, if the
.father is deceased) of a homestead.-
nas  permanent residence on farmlni
The Department does not bind itself   land  owned solely by him
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.,
include the Union Ixidge, Xo. 9, A.1
F. and A. M.; King Solonkm Lodge,
No. IT, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court;
Sapperton, No. 468., I. O. F.; C. O. '
1-'., Court Westminster, No. 3:50; !
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest  Nn. 29; !
PROFESSIONAL.
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NORMAN  BOLE, K. C,    BAR-
Hi. Old Letter.. TK{BV alld  S��Wt��t.     Cbamb-
A Wall street business man niowed  er8'   Cilll"llin    lianl<   of   Commerce
a visitor n bundle of old letters that | "JUHding, New Westminster, B. C.
be wus taking home from his office to
burn in his furnace.   "I wasn't always
so particular about these useless busl-
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in, sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for New Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY  NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw,
steel cruiser for fisheries protection bridges and descriptions of each of
service in British Colum'iia waters, ofl the sites thereof have been deposited
ihe following leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded 32 feet' and
depth from top of keel plate to top of
beams at side 17 feet, and to be de-
Newspapers will not be paid for this
dvertisement if they insert it without
Blaine and Olivers in the Province of I authority from the Department
British  Columbia;   and  also for    ap- |	
proval of plans of a bridge to be constructed by the Victoria Terminal
Railway and Ferry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company's railway between Blaine and
Olivers in the said Province of British
Columbia.    Plans of each of the said
"The Milwaukee"
llvered at Victoria, B. C.
Plans   and    specifications
of   this
A.VHEA1-LER,
���   licltor, etc.,
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
Minister ,,; i'i ie Works, j equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee 9t St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and "ni v- -;rs on alll their trains and
give -��� i ., trons an excellence of
��ervi.     i      . btkinable elsewhere.
... .   ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor AMt Gotland. Or
with   the
and in the Land Registry   Office    at
New   Westminster.   British  Columbia,
Dated  this  1st day of April A.D.,
1908.
A. H. MacNEILL.
Solicitor for the Applicants.
BARRISTER;   SO-
42  Lome   Street,
ness letters," he said, "until I learned | opposite Court House. New Westmin-
that the women cleaners wore sorting | 8ter    paone no
them out of the wastebaskets and selling them to certain firms which maku
a business of furnishing lists of names
for various purposes, mostly to speculative   concerns.    Then   1   conclvtjed
that I owed It to my clients te protect
them from the nuisance th. t follows
getting one's name on a refilling list"���
New York Sun.
/
The Aye-aye.
A Tery strange animal, related te
the lemurs and peculiar to Madagn|esr,
Is the aye-aye. It feeds on wood boring grubs that tunnel Into tbe Imrt of
trees. The beast cuts away the outer
bark with Its chisel like teeth, and as
the worm retreat* to tbe end of Its hole
pokes after H with a finger. This finger ie a remarkable organ, evidently
provided by nature for this purpose,
being abnormally long and armed with
a hook shaped claw for dragging out
the grub.
Ths Inspector's Life.
Caller-Id think that your father's
duties as building inspector would be
awfully dangerous going round unsafe
buildings. Small Bon of the House-
Oh, no; be doesn't go near 'era till after
they fall down.-Life.
A tirki-Mi roller-
After the Dutch bad Uken the U*
fctrcaa from thf I'ortngnese they in-
trodnred thr niittvatjk>n of the rlovs
into their own posHos'.lons. cut down
all the elorc trees of the Moluccas ani
pronounced dii.Ui on sjiy one who
would plant a single dove bush er
gather or sell s pound of lhe product
feipedltleni were sent frpro their other
eastern possessions every year to cut
town any bttsbes that n-lirht hare ac
eldentnlly s.nrtpd tn th' Molucca Is
lands. This barbarous policy made ths
islands a desert, for. deprived of their
feresta. the volcanic soil was washed
aw��y, and tbe population starred er
MM deported.
WHITESIDE & EDaUONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN, WEART ft McQUARRIE j
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,-^
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. oormjrj
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vancou-1
ver, rooms 21, 24. 445 Granville etreet, I
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W |
Q. McQuarrie, II. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wil be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GEOROE E. MARTIN, Barrister ana
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
bin and McKenzie streets. New Weet
minster, a C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrier. Solicitor
and Notary Public, i*�� '.ractlce since
1891 at New Westmi"��t_tr R C. Offices removed to Ortli Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court Houae.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
Hla r��lr Sh��r��.
lhe Ch.net,. always have understood
ttte great art of making the punishment
���t the ertme. Man of Joss, If ho of
fends, gets exactly his deserts. Viceroy fihuru. who ***** ant loo* to see ths
���ad of tht heavy nhfalls. waa **rj
angry with the guard!** Joss of Csa
son, who remained deaf W ail prayort
sa bring about a lilt*, stnMfclna. A
Wetyooe was dispatched ta %* tern
��k> with orders to moeoror tha roof
awor the Joss' head and let him have his
Mr share of tho rain.
*******%*,
���ho-1,. think we fcnrald hf able te
���*��� nleel.t on fS.000 a year.   Ro-BtM
my salary Is only f2<HXi.   Kb*--! knoe
H, dear, bnt my cIoUmb eome to $1.0*-
��� year, and �� have muugti now ta las
*��.���__ ���,.���..��*.:      rifliiMEplflS*-*;*
WP. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, ate, Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKeniie
streets, New Westminster B. 0,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each.month,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ro.
Annual meetings on thc second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A, E. White, Sec.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal Clty Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���fifth avenuo and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary'a HoapKal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Duffefin
15���Sapperton .
23���Queen's avenue snd ,fll*th.
24��� ....rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av*��uo and DVmrth.
26���Fifth avenna and' ffighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
R2- Agnes and Sixth.
34- Bc_t<i.[Re"Machine Works.
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
���M-����a--la..��a��"*-^a��>M����^a��SSSi.ia^���������a��       ��� ���������__-    I  ��M����^_M__��,..����<..^rt.0.l����Wa.��a���a�� ���    **��     ���
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the iporning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.'
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock makenni-
periative to large profits and quick returns.
>
not less
than eighty (.0) acres in extent, Id
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living  with the father lor mother),
(4) The term vicinity' in the two
preceding paragraphs is d.:i_td ai
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive nt the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
("i A homesteader Intending to
perform his ��� sidence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on I g ind owned by himself must notify the ag.nt
for the distrl I of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing n nl
t>e given to the Commissioner of D>|
minion Lands al Ottawa, of intention
lo apply for patent
W. W. O
Deputy of the Minister o' the Interior-
N.   B.���Unauthorized publication oil
this   advertisement  will not be ,d .
for.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 11 and the north half of lot 1%
block A. Government Offin Qartra.
New Westminster City-
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
tho above property will i��e -^l(i w
Frederick John Hart, on lhe Ut. da.
of -May, lt.0'8, unless in the nreanttaj
a valid objection thereto be B_8_����
me in writing by a person or pe��o_|
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KElTh,    '
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New W"1'
rolnst.i', B.C., April 8, 1908,
The person or persons li:ivin^ lB
their custody or possession '-bt ���*
lowing title deeds relating to tie eaW
pioperty are requested to deliver (lie
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1887, N���� WMt'
'minster City to J. Wilson, convey^
in fee.
(b) dth August. 1888,J.WI*��tt
T. R. Mclnnes, conveyance In fre.
(c) llth November, 18M. T
Mclnnes to Florence Hlimc_i.nl S*
conveyance In fee.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for API'I1""11'
Bank of Commerce Building.    ^_
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU 0VE��
"THE NORTHWESTERN Ulff"
Eight Trams Every U���� �� tl" U��
���     BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN Of *&\d
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.   J|
Embodies the newest  ���MM
tot   COMFORT,
���ad LUXURY,
It
is li��hte��
wit*
e
brilliantly IUmhm* "^ -,��� tt
world. Tbe eQ-P""0' ^***��
private ccmprt^'Xu, *����
tst. mUninf eU   ��"J^f* *;
modern day coaches ��BU
itus nt smoking csrs- tt.
^iZ nss Tsbles, f/^^
Inrtber Inform*""' ca" m
GENERA^** MONDAY,
APRIL  20,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOJA riliVEN
Do You Intend Building?
.-There is no time like the present" is an old saying but more especia
extent.   It is, however, very questionable if it will remain so much longer
self-   D0NT PR0CRASTINATE until  Pr|ces go up again.
Of course you will have to procu re a lot and this is where WE CAN B
-f doubt the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster WE
prospective purchasers BUT  IN THE   VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
It is situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains. You can also see all the LACRO
wh.re Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot street and has a lane at the
If one iot is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and have
H   ui'.*  -    --���-   v    boieg   oiiu   liavi
the prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
Hy does this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN  to  a  very astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year.   Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what is beyond the least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to  use fancy names in order to attract
DENTIAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
rear . Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If yqu cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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INDEFEASIBLE TIT*.E given with every lot.   EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
DRESSED SEALSKIN.
Tlie
Way    Till,     rirnu.lful     Par     to
Hr.iiiKlil   to  Perfection.
If a lady's sealskin Jacket be con-
pared with the coarse, hard or dry-
salted sealskin as Imported, or. still
better, with tbe coat of the living fur
seals, one is struck with the vast difference between thqm.
Passing our lingers among the hairs
of the cat or dug, we may notice fine
short hairs at the roots of the longer,
coarser general covering of the animal.
This Is so called under fur. But ln tbe
greater number of these animals the
short hairs are so few and often so flue
as to be, comparatively speaking, lust
sight of among what to our eyes constitutes the coat.
The operation which the skin under-
goes to bring out, so to say, tho fur,
may be briefly described as follows:
The skin, after being washed to rid It
of grease and so forth, ls laid flat oa
the stretch, flesh side up. A flat knife
Is then passed across tbe flesh sub
stance, thinning It to a very considerable extent. In doing this, the blade
severs tbe roots of the long strong
hairs, which penetrate the skin deeper
than do the soft, delicate ones nnder
the fur. Tlie rough hairs are then got
rid of while tbe fur retains Its hold.
A variety of subsidiary manipulations. In which the pelt ls softened and
preserved, are next gene through, and
then the fur undergoes a process ot
dyeing which produces that deep uni-
ferxn tint so well known and admlra*.
Th* Wttm******* Lom-
A visitor was going through the sM_-
���ren's surgical ward of one **. the dtp
hospitals when he spied a little fellow
with his legs la the air aad his weight
Mating oa his head aad shoaldsrs. Oo-
tag closer, he saw that the boy's fast
ware fastened with rapes which i
through a puller above. At the
ends ot the ropes won weights, Juet
heavy enough to hold the boy's lege la
the air without lifting hlm entirety ss?
tho bed
"What's all that aboutr ashed tha
visitor.  "Doosat It hurt hiair
"Nat at ail." answered the physician
who was accompanying. "He dooaat
look unhappy, does he? That's tha
way we always handle fractures of
the leg with a child. Otherwise tha
youngsters squirm around so that they
work tbe splints loose. Only one ot
this boy's legs Is Injured, but they are
both swung In tbe air for his gnats?
comfort."���New York Post
Blx lot. snd a nous, facing Fourth Avsnus bstwsen Pin. and Third St..   House I. seven room.d with modern Improvements-
One lot corner of Slxth.tr.st and Fourth Avsnue.   Fries WOO.
McQUARRIE & CO. mStreet
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
M.llStrvfc*
���. ���.- -
.tywohed by c, P. R. train at .1:11
*��� ��>,; close V a. at.
J** ��nd Seattle, tu Huailngdin,
'i>       ' '' ��� "  '��
M*U No.
1,  daMy  except ������<_���
Dispatched by a C. Blwuio rauwa,
| ������QS^iVAtn. m..      ".���' '" ,'.
Vancouver, No. 1, qallyeaceptSun
days.   Return mall receivM .10 a-a.
Dispatch** by O.N.K. train. M5��fvt
���jSloverdhle. ^^J^^JSll^patobed by,a C, RloWMe fallwiy,
cord. Iteia. ^J^^J^J     Vulvar No, S; Victoria, No. 1;
lo Washington and eolith. .*�� ffifj���tral  m ^��� eM-pt fc^a*
i- mall received at 3 p.m.       ' V
4lv��. a '   T   wwfi ������-��*   ������   **m*****m**-" 7 *��ih, ,-aa.
_ '' *    '
.at   3.U0   p.m.,  Donacord Wednesdays
and Saturday*,    'ij
Clayton,*Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tyaehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondaya
Had rrldays.
Dispatched by carrier, i:l3 u. ta.:
" East Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:W p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 11 to noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill. Tuee.
day* aad Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and, Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. -noar. i:8d P-m.
,,Ma*t {CrO*** dally at tha *****
Ouicbon, Steveston, Bunbury. d*ll>
except Bunday. Return malls received fram �� a. m. to 11 a, m. ���
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satui��
day. Return mail oa Wednesdays and
Saturdays.   '. -���-y;
Burnaby   lake.    Return   tssii. ft
3,p.m."'1 '" ;
DHpatcbed by aN. f>|sr, I o.y��*:
Sorrows ���( m Bamorlst.
"This thing of being a humorist ta
abont the ssddest thing I know," sighed Simeon Ford. "An ordinary person
ean have bis moods and humors as he
pleases, but I must always be on ths
job. I am constantly being Invited out,
not because I'm liked for myself alone
or because of my manly beauty, but
because I am expected to entertain the
assemblage, Tbe rest of tbe company
may be as dull as dishwater, but if I
do not shake up the gathering with a
few Jokes the hostess glares nt me and
really feols resentful. I may be sunk
ln the slough of despond, but Just us
soon as I take my seat.all lean forward
and eye me expectantly. My son, never get a reputation for being funny. It
Is the most mournful thing on earth."
-New York Press.
Toot*. *t Ch_.a_kor-M.Ma.
Bave yon ever noticed that
sbambermsid who haa been taking
care of the bay and feathers far a
number of yean Is usually devoid of a
tew teeth of the upper "caser Tot
ana chaabermslds can seldom
a fall act of upper teeth. Tha i
of tha -varies is explained aa .Ottawa
hy a downtown dentist: "The teeth af
tha maids which I mplace with art!-
Ae_al ansa ate pillowcase teeth. The?
a^a-constantly used in putting on. pillowcases 9Smi are not strong enough ta
aland tha strata. Their work is a constant wear and tear oa tha tooth."-
Pittsburg Dispatch.
Tha cyplcs of our time have white*
washed a*any of tha vteeo. Poets like
.the .earlier Swinburne practically
praised lust as aa eapressioa of tha
love of lift. Paste Hka Mr. Badyaid
Kipling practically praised cruelty aa
an expression of tha love of life. Posts
Ilka Mr. Henley aad Mr. John Davidson have practically praised drunkenness, or violence, or obscenity aa expressions of tha love of life.���O. K.
Chesterton In London News.
Proof Positive.
The policeman had shot s fleeing
prisoner.
"It was an accident," he explained to
his superior.
"What proof have you ef tbatr
"Why, I hit him, didn't ir rejoined
the accused with an air of finality.���
Philadelphia Ledger.
A Surprise, All "light.
"My husband has'promised to allow
me to choose what I want for my
birthday."
"Oh, than then will ba no surprises
this year."
"Yes, than will ft* wlll ba surprised enough whan aa sate tha MIL*
Better -Than Dying.
Teacher���Now, children remombst
thp text "Rat, drink ant bo marry, tea
tomorrow , yojl dis." Pupil ��� Please,
teacher. In our family ,wa don't WP
all take caster afl next day-tifo.
A Matto-a* Hand.
0M Uncle--And
a that when I Ate aH that I
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I Will Pay
One Thousand ��
Dollars
Cash
For a good New Westminster
business proposition. If tie purchase price be more than a thousand dollars could arrange to make
other payments within six months.
I   wish   to  deal   directly   with;
I
owners.    Correspondence    strictly
confidential.    Address  P   0.  Box'
413, New Westminster.
Easter Postals MM WILL SEND
Easter      | BOOMER TO YELLOWSTONE
CatdS jCity Has  Live  Method of
Easter Novelties       Drawing   Tourist   Trade
Where Merchants Benefit.
AT  -       *    J
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COLUMBIA STREET
Hides Wanted
HIGHE8T CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
W. N. Draper!
B. C.Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B. C
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanf s Cure,
Ego Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Seattle. April 19.���An effort   will be
made by the Seattle chamber of com-
merce to establish during the coming
season a Seattle man in charge of one!
of the leading hotels at  Yellowstone |
National  park   to  divert  trattice.   to
Seattle and incidentally advertise ths:
fair and  the  city's  resources.    It    is j
estimated that at least 50,000 persons '
visit the    park each    year and   that
through  the   enterprise   of   California
citizens almost all of them go to that
state, leaving Puget sound put of their'
itinerary. j
It is believed that by having a live.
Seattle man there a large percentage
of the tourists would be induced to
visit this city. The kind of
citizens who visit t'ne park are of the
class that Seattle wants. The have
money, they advertise and they spend
their money liberally. Men interested
in the movement say Seattle is little
known at the park because of the
failure of the commercial bodies of
tills city to advertise. All the hotels
are run by Californians, all the boomers on the grounds are Californians
and nobody appears to take the slightest interest in making known the
rightful claims of Seattle.
This is the time to
buy a '
LAWN   i
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL BEARING
t
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,  B.  C.
MAY DAY
Next
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With Easter past, flie time of young and old will
be bu*Hy occupy
in preparing for .May Day.    Today we announce the speda
of..children's wear of every description.    Our    new    ,i_
w    aepartiaent__��
ch'ldr_n's  ready-to-weai   sectior���Is filled  with the r-lnti. -
ine_ 'or girl*
of al! ages.
WOMEN TEACHERS NOT
EQUALS  OF   MALE   EDUCATORS
RUSSIAN  ANTI-TRUST
CRUSADE   HARMLESS
.   . .        i _. j    .������.~_.a.v_, ~*i.���~ I    Taconia,    April    19.���The    Taconia
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
k     ���     ��i���_ _-._._.-_...__.._.   board of education  will go on record
in your own home.   Also manicuring.:
t. .    ,.,_, ,,���  *  <������><_ as believing that a woman h'gh school
For engagement ring "d A 339.
_ ��� teacher is nut as efficient  or her sit
BURIN ABY
St   Petersburg, April 19.���The anti- i
trust crusade in  Russia  is  not  going
to be any such massacre as tho Amerl-
vices worth as much money in salary jciin one was.   The Octoberlsts an- go-
as men teachers. Tho women teacher..  Bng to make tho welkin  ring in    the
of the high school have for some time  douma all next  week with tho r   de-|
been trying to have their salaries ad- jnunciatiohs   of  lawless   combinations,
vanced to an equality with that of the   but tho magnates do uot seem a bit.
men.   Members of t.ie board say that   worried.
Children's Wash Dresses���In all sizes and coloi -     75c to.-,,.
Children's Aprons  50c ,. ^
Serge Sailor Suits���Bad]   $,00 ,_ ^
Boys' Buster Brown Wash Su ts���Each    51.00 t0 ��3M
Children's Sailor Hats���In p   In and fancj             ,       35c to $200
Children's Parasols���In  Immense variety; each  35c to S125
We have 60 acres in a splendid location, between Van-
couverfand Westminster tram line and the New
Westminster-Eburne line.
Price
$ 1 5 O Per. Acre
One-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Nothing in this vicinity selling at less than $200 p��r acre.
tue request'will  be refused.
They say that there is more force,
more executive ability and apparently
more positive capacity in men foT imparting information on knotty problems    met    with by students    In    the
There ls an "anti-restralnovitch   of
tradeaky" law, too, bul tho consolida-
tors known how  to get    around    it.
When tbey affect a merger they place j
a  few  bueketfuls of stock    where    it
will do the most good with tho gov-
W.S.Collister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ii
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
higher studios taken up in tho   hig'.i  ernmenl and call the company a state!
I school  course  than  is  possessed    by   monopoly.
j women.   Tho criticism of educators of i    Officialdom takes very little interest
Europe that the American schools are in the crusade and    indications    are
j becoming effemlnizcd    by    tho    large that Premier Stollypin will extinguish
i numbers of women teachers employed  't if its gets troublesome.
has a bearing on the question.  '
 I KING HAAKON  HOPES TO
CHECK THE HEAVY EXODUS
1 E/VSTER CARDS
for the Old Country should be
mailed soon.   WE HAVE THEM.
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Also,   Other   Pretty  EASTER  Novelties
J.J. MACKAY U CO.
BOOKSELLERS  STATIONERS  NEWS DEALERS
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Publicity Meeting Tomorrow.
A meeting of the recently organized
New Westminster  Publicity    assocla-
! tion will be held ln the board ot trade
room tomorrow evening, when officers
will   be   elected     and     committees
Swcnson'1
MALLEABLE
.New York, April 10.���Dr. H. M. .Mac-
Cracken, chancellor of the New York
university, who has visited the Danish,
Norwegian and Swedish universities
to introduce plans for an Interchange
j named. Included among the speakers IQ, profe880rai retUrned home today on!
jot the evening will be Dr. Elliott   S.llhe smaiuer Mauretanla. I
I Itowe, secretary  of    the    Vancouver)    chancellor MacCracken said: "King|
| Tourist  association,   who   undertakes I Haakon of Norway ,mpre88ed me aa a
to give the local association valuable !man o( unugual intellcct. He display*J
publicity pointers, and who will also J a knowledge of political economy and
touch upon the benefits which accrued a)���ed  8cienCes which    would    easily
Ito Vancouver as a result of a publicity qualify hlm for a professorship in an
.campaign.    All  persons interested in !An*..Ican university.
; promoting the growth of this city are j    ..He expressed regret that so many
'requested   to  attend.    .\o Invitations  .Norwegians should come    here,    and I
, will he sent out by Individual   mem-
| bc-i'B of the association, as the    pub- '
! licity movement is not intended to be
I confined or controlled by any one firm
j or faction, a large  majority of    the,
members strongly opposing any stepj
of Hils kind.
said that he hoped to dieck thc exodus \
ot his subjects to the Now World."
I
BABY LEFT IN NURSERY        {
OF DEPARTMENT STORE
!
We find that the practice of presenting a small gift lo Mends Is
becoming more popular each year;  as a consequence we are soiling
more, goods for this purpose.     We hare now In stock a nice line of
articles  which  make,, appro prlate gifts.
Gold and Gold Plated Necklets, each   $1.25 to $77.00
Gold snd Gold Plstsd Bracelets, each  $2.00 to $75.00 < >
Gold snd Gold Plated Watch Chains, each $2.50 to $25.00
Also many other articles which we will lie pleased to show you.
New York, April 19.���As the derka
_____ jn a q     Hundred   ami   fourteenth
Salt Plant Burns. | street .dry goods  store were    putting
,|     Ii.iaci, X.  Y.w April 10.���The Inter-   away their stocks for the day yester-
; national Salt company's plant at Lud-  day, they were aroused by the walling
I lowville, eight miles north of this city, of a baby.   Search In the nursery   iv-
i was burned early today.    The loss Is vealed  a three-montH-old  Infant girl,
jeotimated at $150,000.   The plant em-' who had evidently been forgotten by
, ployed 160 men. . jits mother In the haste of closing her
*     " day's shopping.   The mother could not
At the Russell. j>0 found, but all the shoppers remain-1
K. II. Cunningham, Capt. Ackerman, | ing In tbe store gave tbe Infant more
Ottawa;  A   Flnlayson, Ottawa;  A. J. than enough attention, several of them
I Woodward, M. Gladwin, Calgary; Nell offering to adopt lt.   The house   de-,
j Clark,  Vancouver;     W.  H.   Estcourt, tectlve vetoed the plan and carried the
There is no experiment connected witb it. it has been In succenls]
operation for several y*st\ru, and it is the best grubber to be bo.ft.at
(he present day.
We Invite all interested in stump pulling to attend our ciump pull-1
*       Ing demonstration between Sixth and Seventh Bvenue, on Vamwiwl
car .line, Twelftti street, .New Westminster, on Friday the !;'   ':: I
at 1 o'clock p.m.
Further particulars and catalogues on application to
T. J. TRAPP  & CO,
COLUMBIA STREET "���     COLUMBIA ST��P|
tie LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
VJ?e~J*>H01jEr
" ���--      -^      ��%,*** m an*PH M  S_k.l     Th     I        i       _F   J"1k1' n<VGr:    A-  Anderson, Okotoks;  infant to a nearby police station, the
o   Wtm    Wa     wtlAlVI BERLIN fweier   ' i     c;(.���.   p.   smith,   Vancouver;   Mr.  and [captain sending It to Bellevue hospital,
ii Electric Railway Service
_ i j i
Intemrbsn  Line.
Cars for Vancoever and way
stations will na every half-
hour from 6:60 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits oyer the
city line.  . ���.
City Line:   Cart leave tram ]
office on the hour, twenty min
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.;
i
Sapperton Lint: Cars leave!
at ten minutes after the hour, |
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
Sunday Service nait-nourly between 8.30 im. ssd II p.m.
_i__wi4a  .
; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd;
rt*************S**********+***>*9**99********99*999*w
Mrs. Wilfrid Sullivan, Vancouver.      I where lt Spent the night.
for: $i,ooo
(Sec. 2���2.)
You can secure a new, fully modern house,
and a lot 41x132, on
Queen's Avenue
Part of the balance op monthly payments.
Full particulars at our office.
F. J.HART& CO.|
LIMITED f
New  Westminster,    Vancouver   and   Chilliwack,  B. C
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