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Mayor Keary Is Neutral on Proposition of License Increase
Explains That He Simply Wanted to Have Question of
Higher License Passed on to Council to Give Aldermen a Chance to Act���Two Hotelmen Say Increase
Will Be Fatal to Them.
There  is  much discussion  on    the
., ���  .ner the recent  action of the
licence commissioners, rgardlng  their
i roposal to raise the licences of the
saloons and hotels of the city. Man)
think lhal the action of the members I
uiu. voted In favor of the proposition
in raise the licences was rather    too
ind  Ma: oi   Keary  when Been todaj spoke uf  some length In defence
. proposition in so far as he wus
personally    concerned,      He      said:
"Should lhe proposed licence Increase
go mt" i ffecl ii  would mean a sub-
al   Increase   to   tho  city   funds.
under t lie- circumstances   1 feel
thai the council should have the prlv-
.   ���    : discussing the measure. I be
chairman of the board, wns ob-
.,:, ) to vote one way or the oilier,
owing to ilie deadlock. Hud 1 voted
: the resolution li would have
killed, and the council would not
have had the opportunity of dealing
wiih tht proposition, while on the
other hand bj voting for the measure
I think that il fulfilled my duly, as
ilayoi "���' tbe city, I
Wrong   Impression.
expresi   myself neither for nor
���    !����� measure as far as li  affile   saloon   and   hotelinan,   my
in voting as 1 did. being
tht  im asure before the coun-
 i  lh��i they may have the
privUegi  ol acting to suii themselves
lon seems to be thai in,
u i did that 1 favored the in-,
(lease, when us u matter of fact I
will probably have nothing to say
should it  come before the council.
Nothing  Else  to  Do.
' Before placing the question before
"the meeting I asked Commissioner
Venables If he would rote for even
the slightest Increase at a future date
ahould the resolution be bud on the
tabic- as lie suggested, and ln reply
lie   remarked,   'Not    a   penny.'   Seeing
thai even if the resolution was laid
aside for a lime that bis action would
remain ihe same, I bud no other
choice, mid accordingly J pul the
question In order that it might be dis-
posed of as speedily us possible. This
talk about attempting to railroad the
affair   i.s   ridiculous,   but   nevertheless
I  think  an explanation of the   true
stale of affairs would not be out of
Contradicts   Columbian.
Tbe Hiayoi referring to the statement contained In tbe Columbian to
the effect thai the board did not have
the power to cancel or suspend licences, quoted advices from the city
solicitor to the effect that the board
under authority ocntatned in sections
189 and 200 of the Municipal clauses
act. c;in cancel or suspend licences at
any time for cause. Thr clause strict-
Ij speaking states that, "The board
may revoke or suspend licences, for
any period within lis discretion.' '
This legal opinion wns rendered
some time age   at which time it was
charged  thai  such    action was    not
within the jurisdiction of the board.
Fatal  to Some.
Ii is nol likely that the resolution
passed bj the commissioners will be
presented to the city council at the
nexi meeting, us it is such a long period before the clause could go Into ef-
fed even if passed by the council.
Nevertheless the measure bits caused
considerable stir on the Btreet, particularly among the liquor dealers,
two of whom have been heard to de-
clare thai tbey will be driven out of
business al the end of the year, by
nie excessive fee.
Showers   Promised.
Vieloria. April 6.���The barometer is;
gradually fulling over the Pacific slope
and unsettled weather Is likely to become genera] wesl of the Cascades
during the next 48 hours.
Rain is now fulling In Cariboo while
from the Rockies to Manitoba the weather Is fair and mild.
Forecasts for 36 hours ending 6 p,
in. Saturday on the Lower .Mainland:
Light er moderate winds, generally
fair followed by rain tonight or on
Capt. Johnston Says Men Who Neglect Drill in Future
Will Be Summoned to Police Court.
The members of the local companies of the D. C.
0. R. who have not been regular in their attendance
on drill nights recently are to be rounded up, and unpleasant consequences are promised those who fail to
take their military duties more seriously in future.
At the close (if the regular weekly drill last night
Capt. Johnston, in an address to the few who were
present, remarked upon the lamentable lack of interest shown, and announced that unless the delinquents
were more prompt in future the same action as had
recently been taken in Vancouver would be taken
here in order to compel a better attendance.
The Vancouver action referred to was the summoning of a private to the police court on a charge of
neglect to attend drill. The accused admitted his
guilt, pleading that his working hours did not allow
him time for military exercises. The magistrate
read him a severe lecture, and allowed him to go
without punishment on the promise that he would in
future find time for drill.
Capt. Johnston announced that drill would be
held on Tuesday and Thursday of each week till April
23, when inspection will take place, and that a note
to this effect will be sent to each volunteer, so that
there will be no excuse for non-attendance.
I-egislatl-�� library
Owners of Soft Coal Mines Are Willing, But the Anthracite Men Are Not So Anxious to Come
To An   Agreement With
The Union.
New York, April 6���President Mitchell said today that he entertained the
hope that the operators would accept
lhe miners' offer to arbitrate and that
he would not have submitted the proposition if he bud not expected ihem
seriously to consider  it.
With reference to the conditions in
the bituminous district, Mr. Mitchell
siiid   that   the   situation     there     was
steadily Improving,
Winder's Proposition.
Columbus, Ohio, April 6.���John 11.
Winder, presldenl of the Ohio Operators' association, telegraphed to President Roosevelt and to President John
Mitchell, of the Miners' union, from
Chariest own, West Va.. that the operators of Ohio propose to Mr. Mitchell to settle the strike in the bituminous district on the same terms as Mr.
Mitchell proposed to the anthracite
operators, by arbitration,
Wait for Developments.
New  York, April    6.���Pending    the
consideration   by   the   anthracite     op-
against thi ai ceptance of the miners'
offer at least in Ite presenl shape.
Brief Session.
The scale commit) if the miners
had u brl( t session today and took up
the situation In the anthracite fields.
Afti r the meeting mosl ot the members Of the committee returned to
(heir homes where they will meel the
president* of the local anions In their
rspeeUve districts to receive reports
ot local conditions.
Victims cf  Hotel Collapse in Germany
Are  Recounted.
Xngold,   Black    Forest,    Germany,,
April 6.���A revised list of the casualties resulting from the collapse of the
hoiel Zum Hirschen (8tage Hotel I yesterday shows that 4M persons lost
their lives und that fifty were severely  injured.
The Kim; of Wurtemburg has telegraphed an expression of sympathy
lo the families of the victims.
Lived 103 Years.
Chicago,  Ills..  April  ('..��� At   th.- extraordinary   ane  of   123,    Mrs.   Philo
Morse, a negro woman, died yesterday
at   her  home here.
orators of the offer of the mine work-1 _
ers   of   Eastern   Pennsylvania   to   operate the differences existing between The Better Climate.
Ihem  the coal  workers will  make no The official  weather reporl
move and will simply wait until Mon- week   ending  April  3,  shows
Durban, Natal, April 6.���A punitive of dense bush necessitating continual  day for the mine owners' reply. lowing comparisons between
expediUon started from Greytown to-  scouting in order to avoid being am-     The  operators  are  busily  engaged ver and New Westminster:
day in pursuit  of Bambata the insur-  hushed.  Bambata is reported to have "" lhe miners' proposition. While tbey Vancouver���Rain. 1.07 Inch:
,. ,      ,  ,          ,                ...                   ,,   ,              .         ��� ,                       have   praciiciillv   agreed   iis   to   bow temperature,  60, on  the 3rd;
gem chief and deposed regent of Grey-  compelled   it  number  of  loyal   natives               ,   ,,              ,.       ,       .,           .��� ������          ._    ���  ,
they  shall  meet   the offer,  tbey  will 2!), on the 2nd.
town district    The country in which  to join him but the report that he lias not draw up a forma] reply until the New Westminster- Rain, I
the  uoops  are  operating  is  difficult   two thousand followers is not believ- members of the sub-committee of the highest temperature, 02. on
tor the
the foi-
is Inch;
tlu   3rd;
to  traverse,  consisting of  vast  tracts  id  here,
operators   have     declared     distinctly  lowest, 3(1, on the 2nd,
Sir Algernn Charles Coote of Ireland Has His Wallet Containing $2,700 in Cash Returned to
Him By a Cabman.
People  of   Naples  Protect Themselves   Magistrate   Corbould   Hears   Evidence   Magistrate  Pittendrigh Gives Decision
From,   the    Falling Against   Vancouver   Men   and
Ashes. Reserves Judgment.
Ne* Voik. ,\p,n 0.���The World lhis
morning says: Sit Algernon Charles
' " ��� premier baronet of Ireland, bus
^'"t .tit. trom here with n high op-
nlon of the honesty of one New fork
'������'���'":" tor had it nol heen for the
whh. ���r Gerald Burns, the baronet
i   ��e   had   his   recollections   of
8 Usil  i" the Metropolis rendered
l;!  bj  the loss Of $2,700 in cash.
Sir  \t. mon came to this country
wei ks ago to attend the lirst
invention oi the volunteer movement
'���'. Vl hvtlle  Tenn. im his return to
N"B  ')"''- lie PUl up at d hotel 111 East
rwentj Eighth    BtreeL      Wednesdaj
","r,,,''    hi   ordered    a  cab  m    the
:"! Gerald Burns one of the reg-
,: ,;i ��;is assigned to his sorrow ' wiis ,111vi ji to Leering
" * (' pany's office In  Wall
stteet where lie .converted a draft Into $2.7uu cash. Ile stuffed the bills into a Wallel and dropped the wallet Into a pocket of the overcoat which he
untied on his anil.
Arriving back al the hotel the baronet dismissed the cab and was about
in enter the elevator to go to bis room
when he discovered that the wallel
was gone Irom llis overcoat. He quickly stepped io the desk and announcing bis loss when   In came   Gerald
Hunts   from   the   street   on   the  quick-
stop. "Hare's a pocket honk." he said
"l found ii on the seat of my cab.
Hurry up, or the gentleman will get
Sir Algernon Charles ('note wheeled and wilh heai liest Irish fashion
ih.inked the cabby for bis honesty
and rewarded him with u $20 hill and
a  cigar.
Naples, April G.���Streams of lava
which are diffusing great heat are
progressing with considerable rapidity in the direction of Pompel.
From the new crater which is
twenty feet in circumference, ibe
lava has already gone two miles and
u half.
Hot mud, ashes and black sand are
also ejected which, mixed with rain,
produce the so-called caustic rain
which is most damaging to vegetation.
AltlioUKh the showers of cinders
have diminished here, people can be
seen holding up umbrellas as proles
lion against the fulling ashes.
in Case of Selling Liquor to
01' <�� Prison for Fifteen Months for
Conduct Towards Filipino
M  '      ">���""��� Cal.,    April   6.���The
""' Bherldan whist arrlv-
lri"" Uanlla   lust night   bad on
boam i,.  , i        ,
"' ;' birge number of pass-
'""' B  l'"tiitloii of ihe Tenth
_ '""   r-r.eral   prisoner*    for
���n���rj  prisons, uniting then) he-
"IK 8|1��ey  8.   ,lllrll
'iiiiji, formerly
lieutenant    In   the   Sixth    innul.ry.
Lieutenant Burbank wa_ courl mar-
'lulled ami sentenced to be dismissed
from the service of the army and to
serve IS mouths in the military prison
al Leavenworth, Kansas, for conduct
unbecoming an officer nnd a gentleman.   He was married to a Filipino
girl, and  aflftl   reaching lbe mainland
renounced  her and reported to   tlie,
war   department   thai   li*   wus   single.'
 n ���
Wear  Coats  of   Mall.
St. Petersburg, April U.- The chief
of police or St.. Petersburg after var-
ious'tests is equipping the police audi
gendarmes with coats of mall to be
worn under their uniform.
Magistrate  Gives  Aged  Man  a  Chance
to   Recover  From   Spree.
Murdoch   Ross,   who  was   arretted
yesterday morning hy Officer Mflxwoll
who round bim drunk and Incapable
in fhe vicinity uf the Merchants hotel,
appeared   before   Magistrate   Corbould
ihis morning, and being lu such a
pitiable   condition     from   excessive
diinliiiiK   he  was  sentenced  tO  7   days
In the tin jail, in the hope thai he
win he sufficiently recovered by the
expiration of thai time.
Ross Is a very old man, and has
been on a protracted spree for the
past week, as a result of which he
was In a very weak condition when
taken In by the officer, He Informed
I he court thai he bad no money, but
Unit be bad been treated to the llqjior
by friends about the-city, and although
lie promised to refrain In the future.
Ills condition was such that Ills Worship thought it advisable to place hlm
in   sale  keeping  for a  few days.
Switzerland Police
Capture Bold Bandit
Will   Honor  With   Presence Canadian-
British   Musical   Festival.
Ottawa.  Ont.,  April  6/���Word    has
been received here from Lord Knollys
staling   that   Ills   Majesty  tho   King,
''��� Switzerland,    April  li.-Thtv took  bim int" custody on the chtUfB  will honor with his presence the Can-
adian-liilflsh festival of music to bo
given by Dr. Ilarrlsa In London on
June 27. The representative composers
assisting are: Sir Alexander Mackenzie, Sir Hubert Psrry, Sir Vllllors
Stanford, Sir Edward Elgar, nnd R,
F, Cowen.
I''*'';"1"1 '"' the band which robbedI o77nt"ox!catlon and found among Mi
1  M'" irean liaiii, ,, m ,! belongings a wallet filled with Russian
����2,    M     , "'���""  Wte..   When  the  prisoner    b*\
"-  ,,���,.��� '   -"���  ���"'���   buen   '"���-joanie  sober   be   voluntarily  confessed
"'' l:1 a young RussianI that he had beaded the band of nine-
1 Zurich April  :), and  teen men who robbed the Mutual Ore-
l,,.,,^    ,  '��    ��|iio    .,,    nntl    tQ_u   mu_   www    -���
'"'"king heavily, The pollpM dlt Hank of Moscow
IJcenec Recorded Pierce as complaining wiuiess, appeared against
Solomon Aronberg. and K. Silverman,
two Vancouver juuk dealers), in the
police court this morning, charging
them with engaging iu business in lbe
ciiy   without  a  licence.
The men fought tbe case, and engaged ibe services of Messrs. Whiteside and Bole, while Ciiy Prosecutor
McQuarrle conducted the prosecution.
Judgment was reserved by his worship, owing to the rather complicated
case presented by the defence, who
alleged thai tbey were buying for the
Schaake Machine Works, and that
they were nol sending the junk out of
the city.
Both of the defendants maintain
regular places of hitsiuess In Vancouver, and allege that tbey came over
wiib ihe Intention of purchasing junk
for shipment to Vancouver, but  that
upon their arrival, ai'rangeuiouls were
made with Mr. Schaake for the disposal of lhe goods, und that tbey were
Consequently In his employ at lbe Illlie
of their arrest. The defense also claimed thill hud they sent the junk to
Vancouver tbey could not have been
prosecuted, as lhe licence acl does not
forbid tlie purchase of goods, but governs only the sale of lbe same in tbe
The prosecution held that buying
goods within the ciiy constituted a
portion of the offense, under the same
Conditions that tlie sale of goods ill
lhe city would do.
Royal   City   Arrives   With   Boom   and
Reports   Rough   Weather.
Tlie  ex-torpedo  bout    Royal    City,
owned   by   K.  .1.   Fader  arrived   from
Knights inlet  yesterday with a large
twelve  swifter  boom of  logs  for  the
: Small & Hucklln saw mills. The crew
i ol   the   Royal   City   say    thnt   rough
| weather was encountered when off the
light ship, caused by a south westerly
gnle springing up    dining which tho
bout   smashed   two  of   her   propeller
blades short off. In spite of this, she
still   hebl   onto   her tow  only  losing
about sixteen logs, while tho Vulcan,
nnd the Superior two other tugs report   losing   (jiiltt  heavily,    9
Suspects Held in Russian   Jails  Declare   They Will   Not
Eat Till They Are Either Brought to
Trial Or Released.
oners with whom the local jails are
crowded have declared a "hunger
strike," (refusing lo partake of foodl
to compel the authorities either to
bring them to immediate trial or order their release.
Many   of  lbe   prisoners   have   been
three  mouths  In  jail   without     being
M. M. Lemon, of Agassiz, who was
arrested by Chief Constable Spain,
charged with selling Intoxicants to
Qabrlel Pierre, and other Indians of
that district, was lined $::ill) by Stip-
endary Magistrate Pittendrigh yesterday. The case was decidedly interesting from many points, and attracted   u   large  number  of  interested
spectators, who spent the entire afternoon iu tbe court room.
Testimony of certain Indians of ibe
dlstricl was to the effect that they
had frequently purchased liquor from
Lemon, although the latter denied
having sold to any of them since the
date of bis previous conviction for
the sunie offence.
On the day on which (Jabriel Pierre
is said to have assaulted two other
Indians with a knife, it was alleged
thai Lemon supplied Pierre and a
companion   with   brandy  and   whisky,
und that  he also sold them a bottle
of gill which they took away with
Ihem, when leaving the hotel.
Lemon denied selling or giving th��
ttquor io the Indians on the date mentioned, und slnled that during llis absence a bottle of gin was found to be
missing, anil lo lhe best of his belief
Ihe same  bad  been  stolen  by the In-.
tiiiuis, he having positively refused to^
sell or give liieni anything In the na-1
ture of intoxicants. ;
The  defense    was    conducted     by
Stuart   Henderson   of  Ashcroft,    and|
the  prosecution  by   ll.  L. Edmonds,]
and Chief Constable Spain. After The Immense 76 foot pile driver
hearing the evidence the Magistrate' h���nt by W. Emerson in the yards of
found Lemon guilty, and Imposed the
above  nienlioned   fine.
Moscow, April 0.���The political prls-   tlon   with  the  suspension  of the Svo
Bordanage, of which paper they were
editors. The commission lias replaced
them by Conservative candidates who
received scarcely a tenth of the vote
cast for Paul M. Mitukoff and Hess-
The action of the authorities has
lu'oiwatl'li storm in Radical circles because the commission did not take ex
ception to their candidatures before
confronted with the'charges against hallotling. Besides Prof. Mitukoff ls
ihem. ' one of the prominent  leaders of the
Radicals Storm. t Constitutional Democrats and was ex-
I st. Petersburg, April 6.-The deo- P��*ed to be a power in parliament.
! tion by the constitutional Democrats
I of the St. Petersburg district of Prof.
Paul M. Mitukoff and M. Hessens as
delegates to the provincial conven-
' tion have been annulled by the election commission on the ground that
they  are  under  indict ment   ill  connec
Popular  Poet  Dead.
Bergen,  Norway.  April  8.���Alexander Laneklelland, the popular Norwegian  poet  and author, died today of
paralysis of the heart     He was born
One of the  Largest and Strongest on
the Coast Now Ready for
coast   and   is   being   taken   lo   Sooke
on the coasi   or   Vancouver   Island
where ths a. B. C, Packers are inilld-
tng llsh traps.
The   pile   driver   Wiis   made   doubly
ly strong In order to stand  the extra
buffeting it ts almost bound to receive
from the gulf winds and the heavy
Pacific swell. The hammer In connection with the machine weighs ln the
neighborhood of 5,000 pounds.
Physicians   Believe   He   Will   Soon   Be
Well   Again.
Berlin, April 6.���Chancellor Von.
Buelow who fainted ln the Reichstag
yesterday slept throughout the night,
and Telt fresh and clear headed thla
Prof. Renvers and the physicians
who are associated with him, in the
cuse, say that no bad consequences
are likely to result from the Chancellor's Illness.
Painter Dies Suddenly.
New York, April C.---En8tman Johnson, the painter,  Med suddenly at hi*
home here last night In his 82nd year.
the Royal City  mills tor the A. B. C.l Death  of  Old  Professor.
Packers was taken from this port yes-      N,pw   Y()r|.   Anrll   ,;,_.Rev.   Dr.  Ed-
terday all ready  for use. ; wunl L.llliml)> pn.nuu.nt of the board
The driver Is one of the largest, if  _> trsuteea of Yassar College died to-
not quite the largest ever hullt on the, day at his home here, aged 92 years.
Heavyweight Fighter
Receives Serious Blow
San Francisco, Cal., April 6.���In the
concluding bout last night of the Am-;
erlcan Amateur association tourna-1
ment two heavyweights, Walter Klr-j
chner and Ed. Hnrklns, both local
men met.    Harklns was knocked out
in the first round. His head struck the
floor with terrific Impact and at mid
night he was still In a semi-conscious
Harklns was taken to a hospital
where he was kept ln order to assure
his complete recovery. PhyBlclans
who examined him state that there
was only a slight concussion of the
brain and no evidence of any fracture.
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Hi     Wictt Range of
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dub by which
���    -     ��_n four-year old girl
:    - that has   -
��� Man
Ev :;nce   cf   Young   Lady   Is   Contradicted   ty   Fact;   P^c^uced
in Court.
tr,   le  In   an   impo, vhich   al.:     _
form    of
irray of facts and figure) not eas - -
-    to the ye      . ��� ' known denomina-
:       -. -   possible    fri I
if the d'.ffe
i -   British   dor: Ini' a t CI        a of G
in  th ot   countries   Wl   re   no Forward
taken, the best
 |:     -'I'   -
No-. Ing  i-  mare  r'tro',
which the   empit
:' century,
il comprised in ro -i
- ' ailles     I;
to    ii-
Lod   has   risen  froi
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.������---   and   Population
id   i
- .    -
: .       ���
.      121.089     4
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Approaching    Marriage   of    Miss
dolpn   Excites  New  York
Four Hundred.
   3,18 ���
- .   within Ti'- Hi Iti
I   lloi   -1 i
54  millions     or 13.8
red      ' ���  .
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���     1901
...    1.6
Brit la
Dnii d Kingdom 	
\-i t
Po     ssi ma .ti Africa
Poi '������"������ii lea   	
Po .   '���     ralla
1       ighi il    the   mplre
i . 187 i
Of    the e    eigl ii    are
ritual I :.     i    <���
ghl in India, seven   In Aus
(ralla.     ii--    in   Can "I >        wo
Weal   Indies,  I wo In  the  Btral
tlement u h In Hoi
Ceylon     the   C ipe,   N Ual      in I
The   Second  City.
Exi 1 idlng   London,  the  i
Ions city in the British Empire a
presenl '.v.-.-   la Calcutta   The population  in   17)0  was onlj   about  ten  or
twelve thousand. In 1901  it had risen
to ne,.r',   M8.000.
Tie   -��� i  proposition of the population variei greatly in the   sve  t
of tin   Em ure.  Among the i outu rles
in  wh.i i.     te mai'-s outnumb ���
temi b - art   the following.
pi     ., .-"
. ,
Indian  E i , ire         50.9
Mala)  States          1 -
Orange   River Colony ,54
Westi : a    '. isi Tilli;i        'il
New Zealand      '���''-
Feiii.i ��� -   mtnumber   male   |n
foiion          nong other portions ol   hi
Englan     ���   l Wales   51-6
IT   Ul          53
i.eew .:.  i lands	
Gold  Cos   53
'i i , ion   'i  the popul iti n    il
tin   i to marii n veals
conti ' .i    Ti mi i.' i and
ro lowe     pen en age ol
iple    ��� 'i India the li
Proportion pei I """
rum.   M ir,  Will
I ui" . ��� I"' i       134      7,7
Trlnlt i T I'm,-.       788    176
Indian 119    165   116
In  i mi   even   1,000  bu
'i  ;���  .        "ii wive
Working  on  thi   Land.
Pro!; ��� ��� j the moi I Important Indus-
ti ,: the iiritisb Empire i�� agriculture, ti..   following figures show  the
pen. ! [gi ol it: lies and females en
gaged . grlculture In various parts
of thi
Males   Females
Oran ony      4.';.:i 34.3
Cape '      .i 42.6 i".,
In.h���.    4i.s !'.'.::
New I        20.6        ���   LO
Austra la     18.8 ���_'.;
-ScotlaxtA   . 7,8
��� iv to thi
' ol. Arthur Randolph ol
ried   '-It     E I
to Williai
and Mi-- Randolph wa   i
Counti I   i
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a estate i
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ner in ise was 1 ���������
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'hat  If nc
I change of
I the   evidei.ee   were
the     nailing  of   Phillips   baring
'he Toron'o Life s'ock and hav-
.id for It, the same lo be
by   Joan   McCann.    Various   ch
Burt I     commissions  ���
scrutinise I. Mr. Joi
to do  with
-   : i.     If  this
man   was   holding  anything   for   I'hil-
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wi    . ���
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Hitchcock are avowed Candida'-
ntest foi
The populist
from the face ol '     raska prai-
Not one attended the banquet.
i. -n. .J. B. W( av< r,   : Iowa, was cheered by an audience of gold democrats.
. democrats      I expai
Wa ihi     ' :. Bl
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of false teeth, uppi - and 1" ���
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when   in   mids ceai wh( n
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Winnipeg    Street    Railway      Company
Suffers Further  Loss.
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curred   oi
last i en  the Street  K
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Po'ice  Look for  Man  Guilty  of Shocking Cr.rre  in Cote  3:.
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i.roiher. The boy  wandered  "ft
anions on the way. li
sister    with  anot
ihe latter's home was  :   \
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;.led to do. John  I!
ling   who
on the canal, in'
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Nanaimo  Fishing  Figures.
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25.01 tunds  ol
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���    .-. pounds of
ters, i (320,181 20.
Vote   In   Ontario   House.
ironto, A prll E oi
evening, wltl
64 to 24 of the <
connection with thi
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- nt.   voted   with  the  govern-
'Phone 101
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Wallpaper Sale!
Having made arrangements to enter another line of business we have
decided to close out our immense stock of
Wallpaper, Burlaps, Room Mouldings,
Varnise Stains, etc.
England  ... I v. ilea ....   6.8
The i' ligUms ot 396 of the 100 millions ��bi ih populate tho British Em-
I'lie ma be roughly divided Into flvi
main g    ips:
Hindus          208
Million,"'..'is      Ill
Christiana    58
Buddhists   12
Primitive AntmtBtlcs, Pagans
and other non-Chrlstlan religions   23
Total     396
Strange Beliefs.
Ah nn example of the dtfflcuttteit e>
perlence.  In  clas lit; Ing   t  pe iple b)
Very neat 5c to 7 L-2c bedroom papers for roll 4c
'���i in. borders to match, per yd 1 l-2c
Many very handsom ��� stripes and floral designs in
all colors, regular prices 7 L-2c, LOc, L2 l-2c, L5c
Sale prices, per roll       -      5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c
Nine-inch Border to match for   -   -   -   2c a yard
Embossed Gilts
Regular prices
Sale prices
18-in. Freizes to match, per yd
Sale prices, per yard
25c to 40c
12 l-2c to 20c
12 1-2 to 20c
6c and 10c
Pressed  Goods
A   beautiful   line   of   American   pressed   goods;
regular$1.50 a roll: Sale price      -     75c a roll
18-in.    Frieze Lo match;    regular 35c per yard
For - - - 20c a yard
for Cash
A visit U< our store will convince everybody that we
have the largest stock of Wallpaper in British Columbia and it has all got to go and go quickly. We
have just opened a fine line of German goods which
v ill be sold at cost.   Our
Varnished Goods for
Kitchen and Bath
40c a role everywhere, while they last 30c and so on.
Remember this is a genuine sale, no removal
sale or side show of any kind, but a real, genuine
get-out-of-the-wallpaper-business-quick sale. We
have a good staff of paperhangers and will hang all
paper we can for those who want work done, but of
course we will not be able to hang it all.
First Come, First Served.
Samples Sent to Out of Town Customers.
I XJ J Oil V��/l mj
808 Pender St., Vancouver
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers  and Dealers  in  All Kinds  of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy^Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster.
Do you need a Set
�� ��T��      -I   O We guarantee to fit you
Ol   1 CCtu I   or Refund Your Money
Read    Our    P
Wky  Pay   M
A Full Set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.    Our
Bridge Work is 22k.    Guaranteed for 10 years.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember lhe Place
407 Hastings St. West, Vancouver.
Opp. People's Theatre.
Same Prices Apply to'Mail Orders
i f gy,..a h-mijb <_mmvmi~m <
Orders A
Advertise in the News
Arc You a Subscriber
��� ������to the*..
It is a Clean, Bright and Newsy Sheet, Free From All
.... Sensationalism ....
Contains all the News of the World,
Has the best Local News of the City,
Contains all the Waterfront News,
The City and Public Meetings are Correctly Reported,
The Doings of all the Industries,
All the Sporting News,
The Social News is Published Once a week,
All the Church News is briefly told each week,
In fact everything of interest appears in its Columns.
it and be Convinced.    It Costs Delivered to Your
Office or Home Only
10 Cents Per Week
If a Solicitor Does Not Call on You Drop a Postal
to the Business Office
The Daily News
Hiiii    tbe   Author   of   ������Valerie"   ' -,*���
tur.tl   I'arlalanN   I.oiik   Ago.
We  hud  some  notes n  little while
ago on the methods which Rome authors have ndupti'd for the advertisement of tueir hooks, a correspondent
sends us an example of this sort of
thine wblch is the better worth quot-
Ini,' because we have never seen lt
quoted In (his connection before. It la
taken from a life of Mnu- de Crudner,
whose novel "Valerie" appeared short.
ly after Mine, de Steel's "Delphlne."
"Vou know quite well." the author
wrote to a friend, "that neither talent
nor genius nor the excellence of one's
Intentions Is sufficient to insure a
success. Everything demands some
charlatanism." And the biographer,
proceeds to tell us how Bhe translated
I, t 'trine Into u :l lou
During several days, he writes. Bhe
made lie- round "7 the fashionable
shops Incognito, asking sometimes toi
shawls, sometimes for hats, feathers,
wreaths or ribbons, all "u la Valerie."
When (hey saw this beautiful an I elegant stranger step oul of her carriage
wilh'nn air of assurance and ask foi
fancy articles which she invented on
the spur of the moment the shopkeepers were seized with a polite desire
lo satisfy In-r by any means In their
power. Moreover, the lady would soon
pretend to recognize the article she had
asked for. And If the unfortunate
shopgirls, taken aback by such unusual demands, looked puzzled Mine,
de   Krudner   would   smile   graciously
ami pity tin-Hi for their Ignorance of
the new novel, thus turning (hem all
Into eager readers of "Valerie." Then,
laden with purchases, she would drive
off to another shop, pretending to
search for that whieh existed only in
her Imagination. Thanks to these ma
neuvers. she succeeded in exciting
such ardent competition in houor of
her heroine that for a week at least
the shops sold everything "a la Valerie." Her own friends, the Innocent
accomplices ln her stratagem, also visit
ed shops on her recommendation, thus
carrying the fame of her hook through
the Faubourg Saint-Germain laud the
ChauBsee d'Antin.���London Academy.
Bank of
'���""rporate-d   by   act  ot   parliament
CAPITAL, (All paid Up)...I14,UUU,W)0
RESERVE FUND *iu,uuu.000
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
The latest Mitchell's fashion plates
have arrived.
"��� Hon, Lord Stratheona and Mount
M "-oval, O.C.M.Q... .Hon President
p ' s[| (I. A. Drunimond, President
������ o- Clouston, vice President and
General Manager.
acj���nerftl    hanking    luminous,    trans-'
I, lh.:,"" n"x in all the principal cities
Y     anada,   in   London,  Mug.,   New
 , '     "Icago,   and   Bt,   .lolm,   Nnd.,
^correspondents in all parts or the
Savings Bank Dept.
O. D. Brymner, Manager.
So have our spring stock or high-
class suit Ings.
.... , ��      ,.    i, , Also  worsteds,  serges,   broadcloth
Marble and Granite Monuments, -'���*��* trousering*.
In fact we can supply all your sar-
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.      J- N- Aitchison,
Columbia Street.
Teacher of the German
Language  unit   Piano.
ma*  Conservatory Method.
Royal Bank    B. C. Monumental Works Dress in Reason
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets $3b,3/3,b/b.
Branches   and   correspondents   In
all  the  principal  cities ot tne world.
General  banking  business transacted.
U opens an account    Interest  added
tail yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nights   trom 8 to 9
F.  B.  Lyle, Manaaer.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling ami Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our specallty.
Wood and Coal
Columbln St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbU.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
TarUlo "Win. Found Demi Surrounded
I,,    Valuable   I n.l ruiuentft.
Violin inukers uow und again come
upon pieces of wood of phenomenal
resonance and heuuty, and when they
do we may be sure they give special
care to tlie making and finishing of the
Instrument formed of the wood. Strad-
Ivarius, ut any rute, did. In 171G he
hud a piece of luck In this particular,
and hla luck weut Into an Instrument
with which lie fell so much In love that
he absolutely refused to sell It or allow
lt to be played upon by any hands but
his own. He kept It locked up. and
when he died at tlie advanced age of
ninety-three he bequeathed It to his
sous. By and by nn enthusiastic collector named Salabue got on the scent
of this Instrument, and about the year
17(10 he acquired lt���at what tlgure is
not known���from one of the great
man's sons.
Salabue cherished it until his death,
about 1827, and then a strange character appears on the scene as purchaser.
This was an eccentric old fellow named
I.ulgi Tarlslo, who, abandoning bis
trade as carpenter, bad started collect-
lug old violins und was now searching
In every nook and comer of Italy for
tlie treasures of Cremona. lie could
neither read nor write, this enthusiastic collector, but he could tell a valuable fiddle the moment he saw lt, and
he estimated the worth of tlie Salabue
"Strad" so well that after he bud ac-
. quired it he kept It to himself with all
the loving care that Its maker had already shown for It. Tarlslo lived entirely alone In a wretched garret in
Milan, and one day in the year 187>-i his
neighbors found hlm lying dead among
a confused heap of Cremonas. The old
man hud amassed a collection of some
2.W Instruments, the result of a thirty
years' "hunt," and, although he hnd
started life n penniless carpenter, he
died worth nbout ��12,W0.���Cornhlll.
Arctic  Monqnltoeft.
The presence of mosquitoes In myriads within the bare, uninhabited arctic circle ls surely In some degree a
mystery. Thc mosquito Is a bloodsucker, but in these unvisited plains
he Is for the most pnrt, nnd of strict
necessity, n vegetarian. A few birds
excepted (and the birds nre furnished
with Impervious feathers), there ls no
local life whatever. The Lapp in summer drives his reindeer to the sea, and
no native crosses tbe fjeld If be enn
help it. Yet In this region, "seemingly
the most unsuitable for its effective
working," the mosquito flourishes, "a
primeval and enduring curse, Inexplicably developed to its utmost,-'���London Chronicle.
l.nml  of  SurlirUeR.
New Zealand Is not exactly contiguous to or a part of Australia, as many
seem to Imagine, there being n slight
difference of some 1,70(1 miles between
them. Things go by contraries in the
"land of the kangaroo." The further
north you travel the hotter It ls���128
degrees in tbe shade In Queensland.
Lignum vitae, which sinks ln other waters, floats In Australian waters. The
Christmas dinner Is eaten in Melbourne
aud Sydney when It Is over 100 degrees
In the shade.
*}" and "W Comparatively Recent
Additions  io   the  I.I.I.
It Is n fact, not so well known but
that It may be said to he curious, that
the letters J and w are modern additions to our alphabet. The letter J
only came lutj general use during tbe
time of the commonwealth, say be-
tween 1649 and 165S From 1030 to
1640 its use is exceedingly rare, and I
nave never yet Been a hook printed
prior to i'i7,2 In which it appeared.
In the century Immediately preceding
de- seventeenth ii became the fashion
to tail the last i when Roman numerals
were used, as In this example, viij for
8 or xij in place of 12. This fashion
still lingers, bul only In physicians'
prescriptions, l believe. Where the
French use j it has the power of a as
we use it in tbe word "vision." What
nation was the flrsl to use it as a new
letter Is an Interesting bul perhnps unanswerable query.
In a like manner the printers and
language makers of the latter part ef
the sixteenth century began to recognize the fact that (In re was a sound le
spoken English which was without u
representative iu Mi.' shape of an alphabetical sign or character, as In thc
first sound iii the word "wet."
Trior to that time it had always beeu
spelled as "vet," Ihe v having the long
sound of n or of two n's together. In
order t" convey an idea of the new
sound they began to spell such words
US "Wet," ���'weather.'' "Web." etc., with
two u's, und as the u Of that date
was a typical v the three words above
looked kike this: "Wet," "weather."
After awhile the typefounders recognized the fail that the double U had
come to stay, so they joined the two
u's together and made the character
now so well known as w. I have one
book in Which three forms of the w
are given. The first is an old double
V (vv); tbe next Is one in which the
lasi stroke of the first v crosses tbe
first stroke of the second, and the
third is the common W we use today,
���New York News.
<����� lhe Tribe I.if*
Aa a (lenernl Rule, They 1 an,,- From
the Smaller Coautrle*.
Portugal Is a small country, with a
laud area one-third less than the state
of New York, but it has turned out In
Its time celebrated navigators, Cabral
and Ha Souzn among them.
It Is a somewhat peculiar circumstance In the history of ocean navigation that tlie chief navigators of Europe have usuully been natives of
minor kingdoms and without the advantages which would naturally accrue
to a representative of one of the larger
Christopher Columbus, as every
schoolboy kuows. was a native of
Genoa at the time when the Italian
peninsula was subdivided among numerous petty governments. John
Cabot was a Venetian, who sailed in
the service of England, as Columbus
hud sailed in the service of Spain.
Amerigo Vespucci was a Florentine,
who sailed originally in the service of
Spain unci afterward transferred himself to the Portuguese service and
then weut back to the Spanish service
for n second time.
Vitus Bering, after whom Bering
strait was called, was a Pane by
birth, who served under the naval
flag of ltussla. Magellan, utter whom
Magellan strait was named, was a native of Alemtejo, in I'ortugul, and was
the first to complete thc circumnavigation of the globe, in 1622.
Yerazzani was a Florentine, whose
voyages of discovery were undertaken
under the protection of thc flag of
France. Hendrlk Hudson was an
Englishman, aud It seems surprising to
many persons in this day familiar with
the pre-eminence of England as a maritime nation that he should have beeu
lu the service of the government of
Holland when he discovered Manhattan Island.
la tbe Time nf I <
Wn*   lil>llle.
The Creeks an an entirely dlfferi at
f��ee "l people fro the I berokeei and
other northern li lians Thej nre ol
Az"'"- or, rathei I'oltei orlg u and In
a teocallls, or pyramidal, temple, located ,      i Wiid of the Creek
eountrj the sunn rel glows rites and
ceremonii       .   .     .,      ���  ��� that
ttere l" ���     ��� tiie  Imposing teo-
'':llli~ ' i beau
tiful I e days of the
ill starred        ��� u. -j ljvea
of   the   i i-ro presi    ed  in
nleroglypl , ,   ,,���
"bells, ���'- .   ..        ,., aa
Here   are ;,,ust
cherished ,      lgpe-
altar and ,    ri,e|r
gri ��� ! wai from their
former bon        ��� ���... ,,
Al the time i bi     ppcar-
ance tn thai 11 .,,,1. i,enl ���I)0- ..,
eai r  "I      n :   and  plunder,   the
Creeks, as Un j ure dow called, were
living a peace ful       Hie |lfe ,,i a land
: made sacred to them by having I n
the home of their ancestors for untold
. thousands of moons and containing the
ashes   and   bones  of  their   wise   and
' loved old men through manj gi aera
tions. Qathc r ag their warriors together,   they   gave  battle  tO  the  iu\Ull-
I ers,  but  weapons of stone and   flint
could  make bill little Impression upon
the Bteel ' lad warriors of Spain, and
tbey    were   defeated    with    terrible
slaughter.   Gathering �� fes am] little
ones  together and taking  ��Ith  them
their     mosl     cherished     possessions,
among wblch were the rec irds er their
' race,  the Jasper altar ami their  war
: god, holding lu Ins extended right band
the sacrificial knife of Hint, they made
��� their weary way to the capital of Montezuma,   the    a. red   cltj   cf   Mexico,
' where tbey were warmly welcomed by
that  unfortunate monarch and where
they fought bravely In defense of the
! devoted  city.    They assisted Gauto-
i uiazln. the chivalrlc nephew of Monte-
: zuma. In his glorious, If 111 fated, at-
I tempt  to regain the throne of his an-
I cestors. and upon Its failure and thc
attendant  death  of that  young  chieftain  by torture, after the manner of
, the ancient Israelites, they determined
to  seek  a   laud  (hat  mini  knew   not,
where they might provide home- for
(heir families and worship the gods of
ibeir ancestors.���Exchange.
The man who loves his Joke is usually unpopular.
Put yourself lu the other man's place
nnd you may stop a basing him.
It Is commenduhU' to save your money, but It Is not commendable to look It.
We worry us if we hud to go through
a whole year tomorrow Instead of Just
one day.
The cares and worries of life look
pretty good, after all, to those returning to town through the cemetery gate
When a soldier returns from a battle his story of the flghl is more Interesting and less truthful if he returns
Of course friends nre a good thing.
but when misfortune comes to you
which do you wish yon had more of-
frlends or dollars'.' -Atchison Globe.
Ancient bottles or glass, stone und
metal have beeu found In many parts
of Europe, Asia and Africa. Perfume
bottles of glass have been discovered
ln great numbers In the tombs of
wealthy ladles of Egypt. Many bottles, tumblers nnd other drinking vessels hnve been dug from the ruins of
Pompeii. The most common bottle of
the ancients, however, was of leather,
the skin of a calf, goat or ox being
tuken off the carcass with ns few cuts
as possible and made Into a receptacle
for holding water or wine. The largest
glass bottle ever blown wns uinde nt
Letth, In Scotland, in 1747-48. Its capacity was two hogsheads.
What Yon Do.
Where you are is of no moment, but
only what you nre doing there. It Is
not tlie place that ennobles you, but
you the place, nnd this Is only by doing
thnt which Is noble.- Home Notes.
Ilml  Habit.
"So you lost your position?' we nsk
of our young friend, who hits demanded our sympathy.
"Yes; the firm tokl me 1 would have
to quit"
"What renson was given?"
"I smoked cigarettes."
"Why, that seems hardly a sufficient
reason for such drastic action."
"Yes, but 1 was smoking the boas'
cigarettes, and he caught me nt it"���
Three Germans were sitting nt luncheon recently and were overheard discussing the second marriage of a mu
tual friend when oue of tliem remarked: "I'll tell you what. A man what
marries de second time don't deserve
to have lost his first vlfe."- Life.
Colli  Feet.
Never go to bed with cold feet; nev-
! er try to sleep without being perfectly      |
; certain that yon  will be able to keep
j them warm.   To lie one night with cold
j feet gives such a strain h> lhe system
, as will be felt seriously, perhaps ending in a tit of sickness.  Cold feet show
! an unbalanced circulation.   The very
i best thing tfi do Is to warm (hem by ex-
; erclse.  if that be practicable; if not,
by dipping them in hot and cold water
alternately two or Ihree times and then
using vigorous friction,    If that does
not warm them and keep them warm.
' heat them before the fire, drying (hem
thoroughly, and (hen correct your habits or Improve your health, for be sure
I that one or the oilier Is wrong, perhaps
Wanhlncton Irvlal;.
A house iu William street, New
York, was lrving's birthplace ou April
8, 17S3. The British were soon to evacuate the city and Washington to take
possession of If. Mrs. Irving, a warm
hearted -woman of English birth aud
an ardent patriot of the new bind, said,
"Washington's work is ended, and the
child shall be named after him." The
child was slill In the care of a Scotch
nurse when one day she saw the president, ns Washington then wns, enter
a shop, and alter him she went.
"Please, your honor." said she, "here's
n bairn wis named after you." The
president laid his hand on the boy's
head nnd gave him a blessing, which
he never forgot.
A Jewel  <lf a Wife.
The  minister's  wife had im  tinwel-
i come visitor In n very talkative sean-
, dal monger, so the minister went out
for a stroll.    Returning half an hour
later, he called out. "That old cat gone,
', l suppose'!"   "Yes," said bis wife, who
had still her guest talking to ber, "I
sent It bome In a basket, my dear, this
morning."   What do you think of that
1 for presence of mind and absence of
cat?��� Christian Life.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.   TfKMIIIIIIol"!     II UH     TtUIHj
The  Miini   Popular  Tree.
Ryer���Ever study forestry, De Voe?
De Voe���Yes, I'm working on my family tree now.���Brooklyn Life.
"Tlie highways of literature are
spread over," says Holmes, "with the
shells of dead novels, each of which has
been swallowed at a moutliful by tb*
public aud la done with."
What Will Happen to It.
"That lllnislly constructed public
building Is a scandal!" exclaimed the
"Never mind." answered Mr. Degraft
soothingly; "it'll soon blow over."���
Washington star.
Thankful For Small  Mer,��le��.
A man lost a leg In a railway accident, nnd when they picked hlm up the,
Brst word he said wns, "Thank the,
Lord, lt was the leg with fhe rheumatism ln It."-Atlanta Constitution.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Ornamental   Iron   WorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders ami correspondence Invited.
"What! Yog marry my daughter,"
thundered old Roxley���"you, a mere
"No, sir," replied young Hunter, "not
a clerk, but a gentleman now. I resigned my Job the moment your daughter accepted me."���Philadelphia Press.
Tbe Engagement Wa* Recent. Too llnrb For Hlm.
He���I wonder If thore ls another girl ��� Breezy-Why did you resign from tho
ln the whole wide world so sweet as [ Don't Worry club? Easy-1 discovered
my little sweetheart. She-What's that? I __t the way the rest of them got_out
How dare you think of another girl? I I at worrying was by telling all their
shan't speak to you for a week. | troubles to me.-Detrolt Free Pre**-
Full line ot English, Scotch and Irish JOHN   RI_I_D
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock *--*������ ������--   �����__������-��',
Spring stock now ln.   Make your BE'JUIK street,
selection. ' New Westminster. f. o. 474.
Hicks���I  understand somebody  hns
discovered that there's alcohol tn root
I beer.   Wicks���Yes, but there's no fear '
of any old whisky drinker adopting lt .
1 for a substitute.-Philadelphia Ledger.
We know books by reading them,
horses by handling tbsm, houses hy living In them snd men by trusting t����m.
The wise are Instructed by reason,
ordinary minds by experience, the stu- I
pld by necessity and brutes by Instinct.
Mafclns ��� ����"������
"�����>��, abe made a name for herself.''
"In whst way?"
"Why, she used to be Ellen Cummin*
Brown. Now she Is A Heen Comy_#
Browne."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, New Westminster, B. C. ,,    ��� ,
British engineer who is in his seventy-
Editor and Mgr .Edward D. Sawyer j third year, owes his successful start
��� ' in life to the invention of a hydraulic
He  worked    for  ten  days,    and  the that he always has been insane, hav-
work being done, returned home and! ing  inherited  the taint  from a long
led his bride to the altar. line of ancestors.    One of them, the
Sir    Richard  Tangye, the    famous flrsl   Miir��-ui��  Townsend,   while  vice
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone !----.
J. R. Qflley, 'Hnone 1-4-�� ���
Advert, sing Rates.
! jack by his firm, which wns extreme-
While a woman named  Pitcher was
Transient display advertising, 10!lv Inflnltestlmal at that time. The
cents per line (t mpariel) 12 lines to I jack was used in the launching of the
the inch. Five cents per line tor | Great Eastern,
subsequent insei: ions.
Reading notice.-, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonparlel, 10
���cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
deaths, 60c.   Wants, for sales, lost or' the farmer for compensation and the
found, rooms to let   etc, one cent per   ju(,      d    ldefl jn  _     . awardlng
word.      No advertisement taken  for   , ,      . ,
less than 27, cents. hor  ls- 4(1- Per w|,|'k wl,h <"s,s-
Patent or  proprietary medicine ad-       Tll,,   wilv    .       ,.���.������,,.    ,   ,.������.,.,,���.
vertlsements  inserted   at.  rate  of   50 i ,   , ,        ,
cents per inch per issue (display) or If , ���"u��li ha'1 a ,liU"lw "s(;i"<' """' be"
reading notices, 25 cents per line per, Ing choked by a two-inch pin in a
Issue.   No deviation from this rate for , piece of cake  she wus eating.    The
roy of Dublin distinguished himself
by Bwearlng In two of his favorite
hounds' as members of the privy
council of the kingdom of Ireland,
the dogs thereby becoming entitled
to the prefix "right honorable" to
(heir respective names. As a piece'
of eccentricity this i.s difficult to surpass,   and   serves   to   recall   the  time
plucking  cherries  in  an    orchard   In w_en   the   Roman   Emperor  Caligula
Canterbury   she   was   totally   blinded Invested   his  favorite  horse  with  the
by   the     accidental     discharge   of   a lofty  ofiice of consult   of the  Eternal
gun used for scaring birds.   She sued city.
teim contracts.
Business office   22
Manager's , residence   251
pin sluojj, across her throat, and was
dislodged by a lit of coughing. Four
more pjns were found alt aching the
hilling Hwith which the cake was
umssfSAiTM! ���
FRIDAY,  APRIL  6,  1908.
The King has appointed B Royal
Commission to inquire Into the canals and Inland waterways of the country,       '-
it has been discovered thai the into
George Gissing, the English novelist,
once worked ln America as a gasfltter.
The expenditure on light house., in
the      United      Kingdom    lust      year
amounted    (o     ��500,687.    This    ex-l
pendlture is borne by shipowners.
It is expected that a court of inquiry will be formed to fi\ the responsibility for the wasting of money
during the South African war.
Mrs. Dale, the wife of a South Foreland lighthouse keeper leaped from
the lighthouse lo the lock Ii00 feel below  and  was instantly killed.
The wheat crop of Greal Britain in
1905 was 22,000,000 bushels above
thai   Of  thi    previous  yeai.     The  crop
amounted to 68,902,499 bushels',
Lord Ashton, whoso daughter
married to the Hon. William Peel,
eldest son of the ex-Speakei Vis
counl Peel, settled $150,000 a yeai on
her husband.
A legacy of �� L0 caused the death
of Thomas Archer, a nlghl watchman,
oi Fleetwood. He was found dead
l��� bed aftei a drinking bout, which
he  began  on   receiving  the  money.
Tin- Admlrallty has decided to take
out nn insurance policy toi about
��10,000,000 to cover the risk to the
merchant   ships which will take pat
Sir Ford North resigned his Judge-
Ship of Ihe chancery division of London in 1900, after qualifying for a
pension, and has since been devoting
himself lo a country life and to his
butterflies and ninths, liis town house
al Hyde Park is a museum which
contains some rate specimens of In-
seel life,
A   Hebrew  carpenter  was  awarded
_2 lamages  al   Liverpool  againsl
:.i- former employers for the loss of
four Angers which were severed in a
planing machine.
The wreckage lefl by the accidenl
al Charing Cross having been cleared
away the station has been reopened.
ii will be some little time befoe full
use of the terminus can be made.
The average run of a moior-onini-
litis per day in London is mm miles
and the profits arc twopence a mile.
The financial results of running
:'.!>() busses nn miles a day al twopence per mile profit, gives a total
profit of   E100.000 per annum.
Heir Sacco, the fasling man at
i bugler's circus has completed a
record    by     going    17.   days     wil hold
A volume has heen published from
the pen of Mr.  John  Phin on  "The
Seven   Follies  of   Science,"   says   the
>s   London  Telegraph.    These said  seven
IrvliiK"*  Stngeeraft. *
It chanced to me once, and only one*,
tn a life of some faring by hind and
sea to ride up u Kurdish gorge at early
dawn, the sky still starry, as tlio char
coal burners had begun their work, und
to see over all as the smoke rose a grny
blue light as of the depths, some touch
of deep chilled enveloping air on gorg��
and mountain side, as though a 'sap
p'ulre had aged und grown gray and
wan. Once only 1 saw this aud never
again. When in "Faust" the curtain
rose on the Brocken 1 saw before uie
the same miracle of gray blue. "How
did you," 1 asked once ut supper, "who
ride abroad so little and ure so rarely
on the mountain side, hit on this, thc
rarest of lights?" "Once," und he took
tip a small plate, "I saw In a gallery,"
and he named it, but 1 have forgotten,
"a landscape by 1 Hirer thc size of this
plate, a mountain side in early uioru In
tlii-i same gray blue light. It gnve nie
Uie light 1 wanted for tbe Brocken."���
Tulcott Williams in Atlantic.
Gilley Bros.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of-
i flees: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
' corner ���Clarkson and Lome streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 21, 115 Granville street. Joseph Martin, K. C, J.
W. Weait. W. (i. McQuarrle, H. A-
Bourne. Mr. Marl in wiln he In thi
Wesl minster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY, RICH) & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lome
street, opposite Court House, .New
Westminster.' J. H. Bowes. P. O. Box
WHITESIDE &   EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, lllackio Blk.,
Columbia   streel,   New   Wesl minster.
W. J. Whiteside, il. 1.. Edmonds.
���Tho regular meeting of this
ls held on tho Flrsl Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m j
tho Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited in nf
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolt Smith
P, &. A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge tire held on the
BSCOnd Tuesday in each month iii
Masonic Temple, at. S p, in. Vi.j't.
ing brethren are cordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Qilohrlst, See,
:���: ;���:
MR. .1. P. HAMPTON HOLE, solid-
'.or of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia streel, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
$ Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes. |
>; Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds           !���;
| $
>; Ornamental trees and shrubs in treat variety, evergreen and gold- y
>J; en from 2 to 0 feet.   Roses, pai   ales,   rhododendrons,    privet,    ever-J
!j! green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free.                           ,��;
D. M. Robertson & Sons   I
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia ami McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
The Diplomatic Drnsrfflst.
A certain druggist who does not like
to answer night calls, especially as he
has found by experience thnt he offends people who call hlm up at night
by his displeased abrupt manner, has
devised ii scheme by which he does not
have to get up and at the same tbne
��� lues not lose customers. In his own
words he works it this way:
"1 disconnect my bell so that It cannot ring. After waiting some time tlie
person who wants to get In gives lt up
as a bad Job and goes down the street
lo the next store. This man opens for
him, but is naturally very much displeased, nnd, ns I usually do, he shows
that he Is disgruntled ami offends the
customer. Early tlie next morning the
customer calls at my store to Inform
me that my bell is out of order and tells
me what a low opinion he has of the
other druggist, whom he considers a
very impolite man."���New York Timej.
V   Tynehead  Nurseries.
:���; -*���
fer It (bus prepared. The Icelander ::!
lows the nail-on the right hand thumb
to grow long for the purpose and when
using the snuff scratches ii off the bar
with bis nail on the buck of his left
hand and applies It to his nose.
Whence  Come  SUcrobca.
A writer iu l.e Figaro of Paris (Iir.
Ox) at the close of a long article on
the origin of microbes declares that the
bacillus of consumption originally came
from blades of rye, wheat und corn
and that the human lung is its adopted
abode, where it would perish were It
not replenished. That rare atmos.
pheres are beneficial to consumptives
Is not because they nre thin, but because rye, wheat, corn, etc., are not
grown there.
Alligator was served up as a rare deli
ency and puppies occasionally and
mice frequently. At Other times hedge
hogs, tortoises, potted ostrich and
sometimes nits, frogs aud snails were
prepared for the delectation of favor
ed guests. Henry Lnboucherc said that
the dean swallowed the mummified remains of tbe heart of Louis MY. of
i'i,lib's include squaring (lie circle.
perpetual motion, duplication of tlie
cube, trisectlon of an angle, alchemy,
fixation of mercury and the elixir of
roNthnmnuft l.lliel.
A correspondent of Uie London Times
raises the point that, while a libel upon
a dead man may form the subject of a
lite;  ihey arc the follies of people wlio   eriminal  prosecution,  yet   there  Is  no
persisl iu attempting to do the ini]
In   ihe   forth-coming  naval   manoeuv
Few lawyers in Great Britain make
more than $50,000 a year, but Mr.
Moulton. who has just succeeded
Ixird Justice Mathews is believed to
have given up a practice worth at
3ea8t twice as much.
The application of cobwebs to stop
bleeding from a wound on his finger,
received while feeding a chaff-cutter,
���caused the death from lockjaw of
William Philpott, 65 years old, of
Minster.  Sheppey.
The submarines to be biilll under
ihc presenl naval program embody
a nunibi i of improvements. The new
satet) principles comprise greater
buoyancy, greater internal control and
;i greal. .   range of vision.
A bull  which was being led to the
Sonic very large prices were obtained for pedigree stock al Macdonald, Fraser ii Company's cattle
sale ai  Perth.    Lord Loval's fire prize
winner  Bradhook Champion was sob!  drinker: "I give and bequeath to A. B
rt' after a spirited bidding to Mr. Miller the sum of ��r,o upon condition that ahi
for export  io Buenos Ayres lor 1,500 signs the pledge."   Such a condition In
guineas  -a  record  price  for a Short-  serted ln n w111' he believes, might dn
redress whatever for a libel by tbe dead
upon the living. Thus a testator may
so phrase his will ns to libel a legatee
and injure him to an extent tar in ex-,
cess of his legacy. The writer cites as
an Illustration the following bequest
from nil ardent teetotaler tn a moderate
DellnliiK  His Criticism,
"I'vo been to see Bludgcrly'a latest
painting, and It's a perfect daub. And
yet you said it bordered on tbe sublime."
"That's the way lt struck me, old
man. it is hielosed tn one of the most
magnificent frames I ever saw:"-Modern Society.
Tlu- 1'lrNt Leason of nn Arab liny.
The very first lesson which an Arab
baby learns when be begins to talk is
to keep facts to himself. It does not
Bound very friendly put In that way.
but ii saves a deal of trouble. Foreigners do not Understand Arabs. Tbey
ask them pointed questions and receive
peculiar  answers.     They  con-true  the
answers to please themselves and come
awny to tell the world that the Arabs
ure u nation of liars. They are dot a
nation of liars. Perhaps if they should
tell tho foreigners to mind their own
affairs and let them and theirs alone
the foreigners would understand them
better.- Exchange.
ni the ladv legatee an amount of damago
horn   bull.      Hie     chief     competition ���        7*7,   ?_,, ,, ,
.,.,_. for which ��50 would be but poor coin
was  between  Irish nnd Buenos Ayres ppnsatlon> aiun,P sll,imits ,,mMn cases
buyers.     Bulls   with   a  long  pedigree of    posthumous    libel    the    executors
are much in request in the Argentine.'should be answerable In damages to the
Mr.  Durno, Westertown, sold a beau- extent of tbe  testator's estate.���Law
liful   first   prize  red  bull,    Diamond Notes.
Etrrol, for
prize   red
700 guineas to the Earl of
Moray's representative. One of Lord
Lovat's fifth prize hull broughl 100
guineas, both going to tbe Argentine.
Queer revelations are certain to
take place in connection with the
legal proceedings relating to the
commltmenl of Lord Townsheud us
insane.    While there is no doubt  that
slaughterhouse at Pershore, Worcestershire ran amuck and tossed its aoclated with him in those strange
drover. Half a dozen drovers pro- pecuniary transactions. These in-
cured rifles, and after eighteen, rounds eluded numerous signatures given by
had beei    fired  they succeeded ill kill-  the     marquis   lo   mortgages     and   his
III,.,t* of Funarnnn llrowth.
Before people studied nature to leurn
tho truth nnd  when they delighted in
all sorts of fancies It wns claimed thnt
rings of fungous growths were caused
by the dancing of  fairies, by a thunderbolt entering the grsund or by thej
work of moles.    Various other equally |
absurd explanations have been given.
Now  we know  thnt the first fungous
Thomas Snlherls is correct  in insist-  p)ant ~0VrlTlK froul a spore takes from
Ing  that  his son-in-law is insane, the  the soil under and near It all or most
question certainly will lie raised us to  of the special food that the plant re!
whether    he was nol    mentallj   un- quires.  Only the spores from this plant I
balance   and   therefore Irresponsible that fall just outside the exhausted soil
 ie lime when he first became as-  ��"U1 find good fungous food, and so the1
Friend���What do you think of that
Cigar  1  gave you?   It's  a  "Colonel," |
yon know.   Tommy���Well, how appropriate!   There's  something  nbout   Ihis
cigar  that  is  suggestive of  a colonel. |
Friend -  What's  that?    Tommy ���It's I
The   Cirent   Amazon   River.
In South  ns In  North  America nature does her work on the grand scnle, [
and one of her noblest achievements ls j
the Amazon river.  Rising in thc Andes.
It flows ncross tbe continent and discharges Into the Atlantic ocean at the j
equator.    The   vastness   of   the   area
which lt drains, amounting to 2,308,000 !
square miles, will be evident when lt
Is borne ln mind that this ls more than
the area of Russia ln Europe and Austria-Hungary.  It has a length of nearly 4,000 miles,  ls  navigable for 2.300 !
miles from the ��ei and ls fed by nu-
merous streams,  which In  any other
country would be ranked as great rlv-1
era.  In the wet season, which lusts for
about eight months, Its width varies
trom five miles to 400.   No wonder tlie
Amazon   has   been   called   a   gigantic
reservoir rather thnn a river.
circle of successive growths widens
because only the spores outside of the
ring can find food.���St. Nicholas.
lug it.
John Feather, a member of the Palling   i Ni     Ik)     lifeboat   crew,    post-
ined h - wedding to go oul with the
marriage to Sutherst's daughter, the
matrimonial     alliance     funning     pari
and   parcel   of   the   affair.     Mosl   pen-
11,nv   InelnnilerM   T:ikc   Snuff.
A peculiarity concerning tho use of
suuff in Iceland may be of Interest.
Tbe snuff Is made Into burs after the
pie  who ever have come  inlo conlact    manner of plug tobacco und Is sold in
'1 ;
.dve  a  stranded  Bteamer. with   Lord  Townsend
are   convinced   tllat sllill>p to the natives, nearly all of
--'..- .o.u^i.ui ... ii., ,..',. .....i 	
Strnnire Tnite In Kntlnir.
Many strange dishes were enten by
Dean Buckland, the English clergyman
and geologist. At his dinner parties,
which were attended by leaders of science and literature, the menus were
often of a most eccentric character. On
one occasion pickled horse tongue wns
grently relished by the guests until
thnv were tohLwhut ther  lynl. eaten.
Ot Bone*.
Ox bones hnve a considerable value.
The four feet of un ordinary ox will
make a pint of neat's foot oil. The
thigh bone ls the most valuable, being
useful for cutting into toothbrush handles. The fore leg bones are made
Into collar buttons and parasol bandies.
The water in which the hones nre boiled is reduced to glue, while the dust
which comes from snwlng tlie bones ls
turned into fond for cattle and poultry.
The  llennon.
Teacher You've been a very good
boy for the test dny or two, Bobbie.
I haven't seen you fighting with the
other boys or romping ln the schoolroom. Bobble���Tos'm. I got a stift
neck.���Cleveland Leader.
in the April Designer dainty apparel
for women und young folks, fiction,
verse and Illustrations particularly appropriate for the time ls found. Easter
brides will find designs for wedding
toilettes and for pretty lingerie for
the trousseau, and a special article
shows how to arrange the bridal veil.
"Easter in Moravia," "Making Easter
Novelties" and "Butterflies" are three
charmingly illustrated articles, and a
short Btory, "The Milk of Human
Kindness." by Ada Marie Peck, bas
Easier for lis keynote. Among the
decidedly practical contributions this
month are "Amateur Collections,"
"The Utility House-Cleaner," "In the
Interest of Bread-Winning," "Making
Lingerie Blouses," under "Points on
Dressmaking," fills oul a most readable issue.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
It. B. K. of I., meets Becond and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p.   m.,   ln   Orange   hall rner  ot
Royal avenue and .lohn street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend, W. E, Dunlon W
P.;   E.  E.  Manillas, Reg.
���Meels In Orange ball flrsl and
third Friday In each month al - p
m.   Visiting brethren are cord
Invited  to attend.    E.  E.  Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sei
When yon want a good smoke you
ask  tor a���
Manufactured by the B. C. Cigar
Factory, who also make The "Bril-
lantes"  (in  three  sizes.)
Factory and Offlce, Brine Block,
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
0. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE, No. 27-
The regular meetings of thla lodge
are held In Oddfellows' ball,
liia street, every  Mon laj   ���  ���
i:i s o'clock.   Visiting brelle
dially Invited to attend.   S. .1. May,
N. G.;  W, C. Coatham, it. i
A. O.  U. W.���FRASER  LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the flrsl and third
day in each month. VI
brethren cordially Invited to a
Lodge r n, A. O. 1'. W, ta ill
fellows' block. Clarkson  Btreel   C,
S. Corrigan, recorder;   Lo il
master workman.
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND,  B. S.���
Red Ruse Degree meets Second and
Fourlh Wednesday of each i
in K. of P.  Hall, Columbl i S
8 p. m., While Hose Degrei   Fourth
Wednesday    in    each month,
time and place.   Visiting B
cordially    invited.      e.  B   Bti
combe, Pies., H. Disney, Secretary,
Me 'is the Fourth  Frldaj  In thi
month   at   *  o'clock,  In   the
hall,   Oddfellows'   block.     VI
brethren are cordially ln>i'1 4
tend.    .1.  H.  Uushton. C.  ll..  F   P
Maxwll, R. S.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office, Eighth  Street,
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mrlnnis.
First Class Meals at all lb urs,
English, Japanese and Chinese Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
A. O. F.���The regular meetli
this  Lodge are held on  the  S
and Fourlh Tuesdays ot each month
al 8 p. m. in iho Oddfellows
Visiting  Brethren arc ��� oi II ily invited to attend.   E. C. Firth, C. H.;
P.  P. Maxwell, Sec.
at   8  o'clock   p.   in.,   in   Oddfi
Hall,   Columbia    Btreet,     VI
Brethren are cordially invited to attend.    .I. S, Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell,  S"'
Business Institute
1336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering
' (Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
THE BEST of courses, the BEST of
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
R. ,I. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
Practical Piano Tuner
Prices Moderate
ADDRESS    EAST    BURNABY    P.    0.
CAMP, 191.���Meels on the Flrsl an.l
Third Tuesday of every month In
K.    of    P.   Hall.      John     McNivun,
Chief;  .1. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets In die
Board Room. City Hall, as follows
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the Becond
Wednesday of February, May.
August and November, at 8 p, ra.
Annual meetings on the Becond
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
J. H. Todd
Dealer ln
Pianos, Organs,
Piano Players,
Columbia   Gramaphones and Kecords,
Zithers, etc.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia Street.
Call   or   write   for   nrlces.
of the World Famed Slater S
A Discount of 20 Per Cent on all Tan Shoes in Stock. We offer this Extraordinary Discount
in order to make room for our $4,000 Stock of Genuine Slater Shoe, which have just ar-
rived.   Latest Styles, Dressy Shapes,  at Montreal and Toronto Frices   :::::::::
Don't Overlook the Ladies Shoe, Another Dandy, The QUEEN QUALITY
- - - The Leadisn
SvTcX^tt, FRIDAY,  APRIL  6,   1906.
Palntw??a'itr;^atlst,t?Local News Briefly ToW
���?w What is Paint Quality?     Paint  mialitv is the J
What is Paint Quality? Paint quality is the
distinguishing mark of good paint over all other
paint. It is in the paint itself, the material
used, the conditions of manufacture and the skill
of the paint-maker. Sherwin-Williams Paint,
irepared, is paint quality through and through,
made oi the best   Linseed Oil and manu-
%<a*s    factured  with the skill  of 40 years of the best
It is
aint-making. Paint quality and S.W.P. are the same.
Each stands for the other. If you are about to paint your
house these facts ought to interest you. You can obtain
further information at
j Typewriters...
Underwood���Vlsible Writing
Empire���Visible Writing
|        J. J. MACKAY,
Booksellers, Stationers, Etc. 235 Columbia Street.
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
1 House Cleaning Time
>} And you may possibly n 1 a carpet.    We have  the  greatest  range of
V! them and can guarantee to save you money and give you better satis-
[���! faction than you can get in any other place.     For instance, a good body
* els, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
;���; Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed   for  ten  cents  a  yard.   We
��� I the largest stock ami the finest show rooms and the finest prices.
>J Come and see us. It will pay you to see our stock before placing your
. elsewhere.
'���; 716 and 718 Columbia St,     Four Floors.      Rear Extension, Front Street.   ;���!
'������' - .'*'
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
I So Arc Wc.
March was Our Banner Month. Nothing
like Good Fresh Goods at Right
Prices to bring Customers.        :        :
The City Grocery,
I   Telephone 97 ADAMS & DEANS.
Should a Horse be Clipped ?
Clipping in the early spring is recommended by leading veterinaries. Clipping improves the health of a horse,
makes him feel better, work better and increases his value.
Our 20ih Century Clipper
costs very little more than the old fashioned two hand
clipper, luii does 100 times the work. We also keep in
stock 1902 Clipper and the Stewart Patent new 1904 Model
Sheep Shearing Machine. They shear clean, saving 1 to
1-2 pounds of wool to a fleece.
T. J, Trapp & Co, Ltd,
Largest  Stock  in the City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
r^rss-7    .h W. C. Chamberlin
N^QWMONQSJ   The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
On Port Moody Road. The tram is expected to
run through this place, it will then double in value,
*30  per acre, $1000 cash.
Also will give lease of a good Chicken Ranch, lots of chicken
houses, 20 acres cultivated, for two years free to purchaser
of the above land.
McLeod, Mark & Co., "SB
ate. Fire & Life Insurance
I 2H3.      Near Tram Office
A. Schroeder returned to liis bome
al   .Mi.   Lehman  (his  morning.
,l. Ryder of Mt. Lehman wns one of
the Beaver's up river passengers this
T. Sine.'.- and W. o. Small, both of
Vancouver, were passengers to Chllllwack, on the Beaver ibis morning.
A. Anderson returned home to Hon
Accord ibis morning after a visit to
Hi" city.
l. Reichenbach sold a horse to an
uii country buyer this morning for
the sum of $500.
A   number of horses were  Bold   by
auction  al  the markel ihis morning
rn prices ranging from $111.50 to $140
-Mrs. C. T. Higglnson who has been
spending a season with Mr. anil Mrs.
II. Neville Sniiih returned home to
Sardls   (his   morning.
fifteen acres of rich land Including barn and four roomed house
looks good al (550, Speculators note
1 liis  snap  at   Mclnnes   &   Kerr's.
Mavis, the live years old daughter
of 17. .1. 1*. King underwent an operation for throat trouble in the Royal
Columbian hospital yesterday.
A lady attending the markel this
morning losi a gold watch and auc-
I loneer Trapp announced the tact during the progress of his auction sale.
Carrier pigeons returned last night
with messages from Colonel White
and two officers of the penitentiary,
Baying thai they had arrived at the
penal  island in  Pin  lake.
.lames Anderson, manager of (he St.
Mungo Canning company, was down
10 llis office yesterday for the first
time sine" undergoing an operation
in St. Mary's hospital.
W. Clarke of Clarke Bros., logging
camp at Ruskin was a passenger to
that place on the Heaver this morning,
t. Parker who is working In the same
camp accompanied Mr. Clarke.
R, McOregor of Cumberland, a decorator and painter, was a passenger
to Chilliwack this morning aud will
look into the prospects With a view to
locating there and opening up in business.
Two hundred bundles of hides, received from various points by the electric railway, each weighing in the;
neighborhood of 77, pounds were sem
over to ih" tannerj al South Westminster today.
The II .('. Electric Railway Cora-!
pany's frelghl  shed here is complete-
1; Oiled 'li"-" days and it has been
found   necessary   to   life   up   the   slop.
Ing platform that lends from the rear
ot the building to the car level. In order thai a large consignment of potatoes might be stored there.
.Midlines & Kerr report a brisk
move In real estate. Farm property
appears to stand firm In price, inquiries showing the ai lent ion the suburbs  are   receiving   from   Ihe  outside
Next Thursday a social will be held
in the Annandale school house near
Port Kells, the proceeds of which will
be devoted to the fund being accumulated for the erection of a new Methodist  church in that  district.
l'p to date French cleaning machines just imported. Ladies' and
gent's clothing cleaned and repaired.
Dry cleaning a specialty. Clothing
warranted not to shrink or colors to
run. Windsor Block *
.1. Welsh is clearing llis property
near the Ferguson road preparatory
to building there. He recently sold his
properly on the west side of the car
line to a Vancouver purchaser at a
good figure. His new house will be
Immediately opposite un the east side
of the car line.
A farmer came In from Cloverdale
with a cow this morning which he
proposed offering for sale at the market, 'rhe poor animal was so played
out thai il would lie down about
every fifty yards and rest for a few
minutes before continuing its journey
lo the mark"!  stables.
W. Chapman, one of Brownsville's
ranchers, was in the eiiy today for
the purpose of meeting his sister
whom be expected in from Banff. Mr.
Chapman expects lo join the ranks of
the benedicts In the course of a few
days, and his prospective bride landed   In   Halifax  trove   ih-'  old  country
,1 tew days ago. It is whispered that
Miss Chapman has come along in
order to gel the home in readiness
for Its  future mistress.
One of the hens offered for sale at
the market this morning beca'me so
disgusted with her lot that she attempted to commit suicide by Hying'
ituo the river after squeezing herself]
through (he bars of tho pen in which
she had been placed. Some men in a
boat gave chase and had uni to a time
catching the bird which swam like a
duck and reached n point beyond the
Brackman-Ker company's wharf before
being caught and returned (o captivity.
School   Board   Troubles.
There was a meet ing of the school
board last night of a special character
for the purpose of discussing a com-!
municatlon received from the cityj
council in which the board was asked
to approve of tho council's Idea toj
adopt some temporary arrangements
to meel the needs of the schools for
the current year.
The board will reply to the council's]
communication tonight, ami while no
authoritative statemenl has been
mad" relative to the ubjeel ll is
rumored that the board does not feel
Inclined to fall In line with bait way
Funeral  of Harry  Hughes.
Tne funeral of the ia<e fiarry
Hughes took place this afternoon trom
the family residence on Agnes streel
lo tii" Church of England cemetery,
th" remains being accompanied to the
last resting place by a large number
of ifbnds with whom ih" late Mr.
Hughes   was  very   popular.
The pall-bearers were: T. s. Annandale, I). Gilchrist, .1. Reichenbach,
I). Adams, .1.  Kerr, and D. Macdonald.
The services were conducted by
Rev. Mr. Shlldrlck and the funeral
arrangements were In the hands of
I). Murchie.
Floral offerings, attesting 'h" popularity of the late Mr. Hughes, and the
hear!felt sympathy of his numerous
friends tor the family, were quite
Large Audience Held for a Long Time
at the Opera  House.
The concerl In aid of the local
branch of the Antl-Tuberculosls bo
clety was . ��� ���' n'l' ; : 1 ��� evening bj
an audience so large In number that
ii filled tin- opera house. The programme was long, much too long when
the several responses to half-hearted
encores were taken Into consideration.
Thre were many popular entertainers on the bill, bul somehow there
was a lack of spirit all through, and
tii" large orchestra was sadly unequal
to its duty of enlivening tilings. The
musicians showed little sympathj
with each other, and were all apparently Indifferent.
During the course of the evening
Dr. Proctor delivered a short address
showing the necessity for the existence of the society, and asking his
bearers to be generous In their contributions towards it. He thanked the
management of tho entertainment for
the hard work that had been done iu
arranging the programme and securing such a largo attendance,
Makes Way Clear.
Montreal, April ."..��� A. Racine, another member of the harbor commission, has sent, in his resignation to
the government. This makes two resignations of members In a week, the
other being that of R. Uickerdike, M.
1'.. and a (bird resignation Is expected In the person of E. H. I.eamy. who
was appointed by the present government ln 1896. Mr. Racine says his
resignation is to make the way clear
tor the government to reorganize the
harbor board of Montreal.
Forgets His Thousands.
Ashtabula. 0., April 5.���A valise
containing $9,000 in currency, but no
marks to show ownership, was found
on a Lake Shore passenger train by
Conductor Miles today. Later it. was
learned that the money had been ab-
absent-niindedly left aboard by William C. lnman, who had drawn the
money to pay workmen, but forgot It
when he left the train at Leon, Ohio.
The money was sent back by return
Lumber Prices Are Prohibitive in Colfax  County,  Wash.
Colfax. Wash., April 5.���The people
Of Ibis country are beginning to
awaken to the fact that they are in
the grip of one of the strongest combines yet formed���ihe lumber combine. A large number of residences
had been planned by the farmers aud
by citizens of Colfax for the coining
spring and summi r, bul within the
past few weeks lumber has shot upwards in leaps and bounds so thai a
large per cent of the intending builders have concluded to put off building for the present. The price on
rough lumber has been raised from
$1 to $5 per thousand, and on finished
lumber from 30 to 10 per cent of the
former prices.
Marion linker. Who recenlly bought
a house and lot in Colfax, had ordered the stone for a foundation and
engaged men to move ihe old residence to make roonl for the new, but
when (he raise in lumber came he decided to use the old house a while
longer. D. C Woodward, cashier of
lhe Colfax National Hank, had also
made all arrangements to erect a new
building, but the sudden raise in
lumber put 11 stop to his plans.
A local contractor, when asked as
to the effect it Is having on the
buildings proposed, said that quite a
large per cent of contracts have
been countermanded because of these
The Proceaa uf .Haniifartorr, From
lli��- IiiKulfi of Pare <.,,ld I r..h From
Ilie     -01 luri-icu r,      to     the     FluUhrd
Shilling     IT..<i���>  1
Out of whatever part of the earth lt
Biiiy originally have been dug, the gold
from whieh thimbles arc made lu Philadelphia was bought at the United
States subtreasury lu the city lu the.
form of snug little ingots, brick shaped
and about two and a half inches long,
uu Inch and a quarter wide aud about
au Inch thick.
These little Ingots would be of a convenient size for paperweights. But
tbey would be rather heavy for such
use aud probably too expensive for
most people, for each one contains, of
pure gold, _4 carats fine, metal of tlie
\ulue of about $i!00.
Cold of this fineness would be much
too soft for thimbles, and It Is alloyed
down to 14 carats, ln which condition It ls rolled Into sheets of suitable
thickness. In the first process of manufacture a sheet of this gold is run
into a machine which cuts out of lt a
disk In size sufficient to form a thimble, the same machine stamping tills
disk also into the form of 11 straight
sided capsule with irregular edges.
Then the thimble blank goes into another machine, lu which a die stamps lt
into Its conical shape, out of this machine it goes Into an annealing furnace for tempering and from that luto
au acid bath for cleaning and the removal of th" tire coating.
Then the thimble is put into a lathe
to be turned down to its litial shape
and dimensions. It Is dull colored
whe.i i; goes Into the lathe, but at lbe
first touch of the keen edged cutting
tool It shows a glistening narrow band
of bright gold surface, which is widened In a moment to cove" the whole
length of the thimble ns the skillful
worker shifts the tool along.
With repeated applii atlon of the tool
the operator brings the crown of the
thimble Into its perfect form and cuts
down along the thimble's sides to bring
the walls of the thimble to the requisite thickness, and he defines aud finishes the smooth baud that runs around
the lower part of tbe thimble and
brings into relief the rounded rim (hat
encircles the thimble at iis opening at
once to give It a finishing ornamental
grace there and to stiffen it. Tin' glistening little gold shavings that he cuts
off iu these various operations all fall
Into a canvas trough suspended between bim and the bench upon which
stands the lathe.
With that last touch to Its rim In this
stage of making the former has grown (
marvelously more thimble-like in ap-;
pearance, but somehow it still lacks the
breath, so to speak, of thimble life; It
lacks yet the familiar Indentations in
Its surface that serve to support the
needle and to hold lt In place. These
tlie thimble maker now proceeds to
make, nnd tlie making of these ls nice
work indeed.
It is done with a tool called a kuurle.
There is au end knurle and a side
knurle. Au end knurle is simply a handle having set In It a tiny, thin revolving wheel of steel, upon whose periphery Is a continuous encircling row of I
little bosses or knobs corresponding In
size to tbe indentations to be made.
The side knurle has In place of such a
wheel a little steel cylinder of a length
sufficient to cover that section of the
thimble that Is to be Indented on Its
sides, this cylinder having knobs all
over Its surface, as the end knurle
wheel bas around Its edges, and turning, like the wheel, on Its axis.
The thimble ln the lathe ls turning
witli 2,7)00 revolutions a minute, and lt
seems as though the application to Its
surface of any sort of t ml with protuberances on it must leave there only .
a jangled and mixed up lot of Irregular
marks. But now with tlie cud knurle
the thimble maker makes an indentation ln the center of the top of the thimble, and then he proceeds rapidly and
with perfect certainty with the eud
knurle to describe around that ceuter
concentric rings of indentations, with
tlie Indentations all perfectly made aud
the rings all perfectly spaced, from the
center to the circumference of the top.
You may see him do this, but you
can't tell how be ls able to do It. Aud
then with the side knurle he makes the
Indentations in the sides of the thimble, making there as well, as he deftly
presses the tool against It. Indentations
that run absolutely uniform and true
and that eud at their lower edge in a
perfectly true encircling line.
It i.s astonishing ami a pleasant tiling
to see how it develops and comes to
Itself witli the making of those familiar Indentations, and now there remains to be done to it only the polishing Inside and out and you have the
finished gold thimble.���Philadelphia
If we neglect to exercise any talent,
power or quality It soon falls from us.
For Sr.le���Modern 7-roomed house onj
line corner iu West End: two lots.
Stable and fruit trees. Cheap. ApplyI
X,  (Lis office.
Found���Pair Gentleman's Kid Glove
and a  black silf handkerchief. Owner may have hy applying    to    Th
Westminster Clothing House.
You will exclaim with the early seekers after gold. No we have no gold
lying around for you to pick up���but you  will  Und Bomething just as
good.   Too will 1'nd articles at prices that will ,   omeofyour
hard earned cash.    '1 hink of it!
Tha.te $17.50 Sideboards we are Selling for $15.00
Thoce $16.50 Dressers and Stands for $12.50
Elm Golden Finish, Best Mirror. :; Drawen in Dresser
Carpets-a beautiful line.    Hygenic Carpet, I '1 lerlay and Stair  Pads-
Pelt- something new and the best yet.
I     236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front   Streets,   Uupont   Block,
House cleaning time will Tinke you think of renewing some of your curtain md this is the store
to buy them at. We always ;how the newest designs and our prices are rig.
A full stock of Frilled Muslins, Spot .Muslins,
Madras Muslins, Art Sateens, Art Muslins, Art Burlaps for covering Cosy Corner Seats, The Up-to-date
Price 35c a  I ard
Are you satisfied with the quality of Tea you
are getting for the price you are paying?
If not we would ask you to try our
maple Leaf tea.
We are confident that this Tea will give
you entire satisfaction.
35 cents per lb. or 3 lbs. for $1.00
Friday, April 6th '06
Public   Holiday
Monster Parade, 3 p. m.
Vancouver,   Past,    Present   and   Prospective.
Mass Meeting in the Evening
Speeches,   Songs  and   Music.
Special Rates on All Lines.
1 00,000 CLUB
For Sale���Young Ayrsl ire Hulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. K. Austin.   Sapperton.
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
Headquarters   for   PACIFIC   Coast
GROWN   Garden,   Field   and   Flower
Wanted���2000 Cords ot Hemlock Bark' Seeds.    New crop now In stock ready
at (he Fraser River Tannery, Ltd..'for distribution;   ask your merchant
taken ln lots from 25 cords up. For for Hum in sealed jackets.    It   i-
Eggs for Hatching���Barred ' Rocks.
Ringlet Cockerel, S. C. W. Leghorns. Wyckoff strain. Large grass
runs. Fertility guaranteed or settings replaced. $2 per 13. 1521 Cth
avenue or Box 557.
particulars apply to the manager at
Tannery or P. O. hox 187, New
How Things Smell.
Oas is the fundamental basis of the
sense of smell, says Dr. .lohn All ken.
i-'. R. s., according to the Scientific
American. Berlhelot says that one
one hundredths of a quadrllllonlh of
a gram of musk can he delected by
the nose. Dr. Ail ken, has found that
of twenty-four odorouj suhstances investigated noi om' gave off Its perfume in solid particles;  nothing hut
'  lies and fltpors escaped troin.nny of
them.���New York  Mall. I
Eggs for Setting���Pure Barred Rock
$1.00 per setting. J. W. Austin, Sapperton.
Lost���Small purse with small sum of
money at foot cf Cemetery street
Sapperton. Return to Mrs. Clgonier,
Front street, or Dally News.
Wanted���Lai chocolate dipper. Competent, am', willing to teach. State
experience and salary expected. D.
1��� Allen Scott, P. O. Box 1120, Calgary, Alberta,
Wanted at Once���Men and boys who
are willing to work. Girls also re-l
quired. Apply personally at the
Western Canadian Can Factory.;
East BUrnaby, end of City Car.
does not handle them we will prepay-
to your nearest postoffice, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $1.00 to Introduce them.
For Sale���Two fine Jersey cows, and Large stock of HOME GROWN
one Shorthorn, fresh milking. One Fruit and Ornamental Trees now ma-
two year old heifer, and one six tured for the spring trade,
months. Apply W. H. Madill, Doug- j;0 expense, loss or delay of fumi-
las Road, or Daily News office. gation or inspection.
       Let me price your list before plac-
For Sale���Old papers suitable for L ���__ mi_ Greenhouse Plants,
wrapping up parcels, etc. Apply News Klo].al Workj Bee Suppi|es, Fruit
l,fflce- Packages, Fertilizers, etc.    Catalogue
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,  B.  C.
To Contractors.
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders wlll he received by the un-
derslgned  up to Friday,    the 6th ot
April, at 4 p. m., for the construction
of a wooden trestle bridge over ravine
on Carnarvon street. Tenders wl1 be mM����������
Plans and specifications can be seen! Wednesday, April 4th, at the.offlce of
v offlce !Messrs- MalIns nnd Coultha,'d (where
11 'ine lowest or any tender not neces-j plans and specifications may be seen)
.   . for the erection of a brick block on
aartly accepted. .����...���       a .u
W  A. DUNCAN, the corner of Columbia,    Sixth    and
City Clerk. Front streets. New Westminster, B. C.
City Hall, March 31, 1906. , GRANT  &  HENDERSON.
DUNCANS, B. C, Mar. 30th, 1906.
It. H. WEBB,
-.30 V. M. (Conductor Royal ii'tu-nig Car. i
Aged     Widow     Is     Prevented     Fron
Squandering  Her Wealth  on
an Alleged Lover.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 6.���Alarmed
Uy the announcement that Mrs. Henry
I. Coze Intended to marry Dr. Hill,
nf Liverpool, England, on April 17,
her two sons and ti brother appeared
in court at West Chester, Pa., and
asked that a guardian he appointed
to take charge of her property. The
private fortune of Mrs. Coxe amounts
lo  a   little more than  $1,00(1,000. All
: Sporting News
X       and Comment.
Less for Lacrosse Players.
Ai a meeting ot the board of man-
ftgemenl of the Brockton Polni Athletic association   held   in Vancouver
last night, it was decided to increase
ihe percentages now charged ihe lacrosse teams for the use of the ground.
The old percentage was 70 to lhe
club, and :10 to the Athletic association. This was noi considered sufficient
and accordingly lhe hint was thrown
oul that the cluhs playing on the point
grounds would have lo stand for a re-
duotlon in the amount of their former
this was Inherited from the estates of' ^'coinage, the new proposition being
i in make the percentages 60-40.
her   lather   and   grandfather.   Alexan-      ���.,     ., . ,  ,   ,   .
Ihe Vancouver Lacrosse club being
der   Brown   and   John   A.   Brown,   re- .      .       . .   .
informed helore hand ol the proposed
Bpecdively. She was Miss Isabellel^ iof ^ ^^ 8ttDm,ttea a
Brown before her marriage to Mr. wrlUen |,���l|(,s, ������,, BUgge8ted that
Coxe,  a  wealthy  coal  operator,  who
died in Brussels eighteen months ago.
With an Income of more than $60,-
000 a year on this estate, Mrs. Coxe
has not lived up to it. Her balance
on deposit which she has allowed to|
accumulate Is at, present $2:iX,000.
The principal of her father's estate, or'
her portion of it, amounts to more
than $900,000, while her share in the;
principal of her grandfather's estate
is $124,000. After hearing testimony,
the court appointed the Chard Trust
Company, of this city, guardian of the
property of Mrs. Coxe.
Startling revelations were made as
to the influence that Dr. Hill has over
Mrs. Coxe. It was testified that he is
a port physician In Liverpool at $2,000
a yea)r. He ls ten years the junior of
Mrs. Coxe, who is between (iii and 64
years old. His hotel hills when he'
was wilh Mrs. Coxe were paid by
her, as well as heavy bills for champagne. Mrs. Cox herself according to
the testimony of four physicians, ls
suffering from senility and a weak
mind. This was accredited to a
stroke of apoplexy she suffered three
years  ago.
One doctor said that she behaved
in a silly manner, "like a girl of 16,"
in the presence of all men whom she
called her beaux. She is now living
ai   the Holland  House.
Two physicians, Henry ll. Coxe, Jr.,
and Charles E. Coxe, were present, as
well as John A, Brown, Jr., her
brother, The third son, Alexander'
Brown Coxe, is in Paris, ll is said
.that he concurred in the pel ition for Oni
i' guardian. ea  thai   will  conn
Mrs. Coxe was represented in courl tor some lime, will be
by Evan Shelby, a New York lawyer. New V,���k on April iq, between Tom
For the sons there appeared George Jenkins, and Fred Gruhn the British
Tucker Hispham and .lohn Hampton heavyweight champion, the affair he-
Barnes. A deposition was lead from ing of an International nature.
Dr. Robert C. James, of New York, faus ,,���, ,������ ,hnv ,,, lh,,.uu, ,hl,
stating thai Mrs. Coxe was physical- tier, pintails only to count
l.v unable to travel to Wesl Chester.1 Btrangh  hold to be barred.
He  described  her   illness  as  due  iii a 	
bad heart and a slight attack of
apoplexy      some    years      ago,    which
mtghi recur if she became excited. Spokane, April 6. Joi
He had seen her aboul twenty times in
lhe last three months. She is unable
in carry on a rapid conversation, he
said, and has n poor memory and
weak comprehension of what is going ou. There also is difficulty in
articulation.   The technical name of
her malady is aphasia.
"In my opinion," Dr, .lames went
on, "sin is not able to cave fur herself properly. She might easily he
imposed upon by a designing person.
>rh" is not Iii for marriage and any
such step might  resull  fatally."
���lohn A. Brown, Jr., brother of Mrs.
Coxe, testiiied thai in- had been attending (o iter business affairs for
some time.
lhe terms remain as of old. Mt. Pleasant also asked Ihat they also be given a square deal, but both these cluhs
were informed that 60-40 was the best
that the association could do, owing
lo heavily increased expenses at the
point ihis year.
lu informing the secretary of the
decision of the association, the Vancouver club was told that they could
use lhe grounds throughout the entire season for matches and practice,
Imt tlie same privilege was not ex-
tended to the Ml. Pleasant club, which
will not he allowed to practice on the
The following gentlemen were elect,
ed officers for the ensuing year: President, c. sweeny; vice president, F.
M. Chaldecott; secretary-treasurer, II.
The   eting  adjourned  after    (he
transaction of other routine business.
Celtics to Meet.
Tin Celtic Football cluh will hold a
regular meeting at lhe Badminton hotel, Vancouver, at 8:30 this evening.
Vancouver   Lawn   Tennis.
Vancouver Lawn Tennis enthusiasts
are preparing lor the coming season,
and tonight lhe cluh will hold its annual meeting ai which it is expected
l!'at a great deal ui Important business nvill  he  transacted.
He   pail   of   Lot   2S0 Croup   1,   New
Westminster  District.  Whereas proof
of  the loss of  Certificate  of Title
number 2164A, issued in the name of
Daniel Callaghan has been filed in this
Not ice is hereby given (hat I shall,
al. the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection he made to me in writing.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. C.
March 30, 1906.
Re Lot (i, lo, and 13 of Lot 111 of
Suburban Block 10, Map 200, New
Westminster  City,
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of   Title Number 1074 a,
issued in the name of Jane Howay
has heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said Cer-;      , ,.,   , , ,:,���  .,, ,;;   , . reoorded witr
tilicate, unless in the meantime salia fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
objection he made to me in writing.  ' of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
C. S. KEITH,     ditional   day  allowed   for   every   ad-
Dlstricl   Registrar  of Titles.' ditional ten miles  or  fraction.
Land  Registry Office, j fee for recording a claim is $5.
dary to bc fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each live miles within BIX years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon   Territory   to  be   paid   to   the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and,
free miners may vvuk their claims
in partnership by filing n"tice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same en ek, gulch or river, by
giving nqtice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $->oo.
A certificate that work lias been
not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
'Die boundaries oi a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon  Official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All  uaappropiated  Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal Territory, are open to prospecting
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in  petroleum, and the minister may re
M-nitoba, the Northwest Territories  servc  for  a"  individual   or  company
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal land, may be purchased at $to per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
thc rale of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons     of
years and over and joint stock com
panics holding free miners' certificates
may obtain  entry  ior  a mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
having machinery rm tbe land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the pros-
pector discover oil in paying cpian-
tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
eighteen 5, an acrC| ;,m| (he remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at stich rate as maybe specified by Order in Council.
W. \V. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dally ' NEW I   Daily
Leave; WF.ST.MINSTF.lt! Arrlv-3
9:20ani'Hluino, Belling-|3:00 pm
4:;'.r, pni;ham      Burling- 6
Hon.   ML   Ver-|
jnon,     Everett
Seattle and
1:35 pm Spokane,      St.
Paul    md   all
points Fast.
B.'.Ouiii'Aiiaeorles, 13:00 pm
W'lolley,      and|
3:00 pm Vancouver 9:2 11
9:35 pm |4:35pm
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, si. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points  Bast.
For complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address.
F. c. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Hank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. 0. YERKES, A, G. P, A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Beattle, Wash.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
British Columbia Coast Line
��� ���
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  terior
per annum for an individual, and from      Dept. Interior
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,	
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same  with  two legal  posts,  bearing
location notices, one at each end of Synopsis   of  Canadian  Northwest
the line of the lode, or vein.
Any even numbered section of Dominion   Lands   in   Manitoba   or  the
Northwest Provinces, excepting 8 and
The  26, not reserved, may be homesteaded
by any person who is the sole head of
New Westminster, 13. C, April I, Ihni;.      At least $100 must be expended on  a family, or any male over  18 years
   I the claim  each year  or paid to the  of age, to the extent of one-quarter
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  section of 160 acres more or less.
Entry may be made  personally  at
the  local  land office for the district
  $500 bas been expended or paid, thc
Notice is hereby given that after the locator  may,  upon  having a survey
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies thc newest and best ideas
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas', the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 jection sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (scats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call  on  or write
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
expiration of sixty days trom the date^made and upon complying with other
hereof. We intend to apply to the requirements, purchase the land at
Lieutenant Governor in Council for a $1,00 an acre-
lease of the following described land     Permission may be granted by the
Interior   to   locate
in which the land is situate, or if the
homesteader desires, he may, on application to the Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, the Commissioner of
Immigration,  Winnipeg   or  the   local
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  t0 make entry for him.
or foreshore of the Fraser river, name-  Minister   of   the    -
lv of lot  7   Block  8   Suii divi ion of elmim. containing iron and mica, also  agent receive authority [or some
IJ    OI   Lot   I,   Block   !>,   !jU0-01V181On   Of| ,,      ���?.,.__  .,-..__;.__.        , ���   tn mjl-i- pnlrv (nr liim
New Westminster City and of Lot 16,
Croup 1. in the District of New Westminster, more particularly known and
described as follows:
Commencing at the south west corner of Lot T, Block 8, Subdivision Of
New Westminster City thence S. 0-
17E. for a distance of ;!lo feet, thence
1 Northern Pacific!
area not exceeding  160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2j4 per cent, of the sales
of the products of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting thc Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims gen-
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) if the settler has his permanent
Wrestling  Bouts.
Of the biggest wrestling match.
before the public
pulled  off in
and   thel
of 1.01   16, C. 1, N. W. D, now owned.to tn ,.
by   the   Brunette  Saw  Mill  Co.,   Ltd. exceed,n8  I0C��  f.cet'      ''"
.,��� ���-.,.��� ,_    ���.     ,    power  is  used  claims   200  feet  Wide
I hence Westerly following the North be obtained.
Bank of the Fraser River for a dis-
tance of 2010 feet more or less to the
11.37 acres
Dated  al
Feels Like a Fighter
Mayor Jenks Makes a  Fatal  Effort on
Election Day.
Chicago, April 5.���Maj. Moses W
Jenks, of Evanston, 111, 86 years old,
died yesterday as a result of his efforts lo go to the polls Tuesday. It
was his boast that he had nol failed
to vole at an election in the past
twenty years. Three times he tried
to make his way to B carriage, but was
too feeble. His exertions caused him
to grow weaker and he took to his
bed, the end coming yesterday.
He was bom at Providence, R. I.,
und attended Brown university, graduating In 1839. He invented and pat-'
filled twenty-six mechanical devices,
the most Important of which Is the
lubber clothes wringer, which was
patented In 1849. One of his latest
Inventions was a street car fender,
which was patented a year ago,
the "Spokane strong boy," who sever.
al months ago branched out Into the
professional ranks under the tutelage
of Duncan McMillan as a wrestler, is
oul for honors in the pugilistic ring.'
McMillan  is out   with  a   dell   to  W.
a. Garthle, who was Looking for a
match wiih .lack Curley for 1250 a
side, winner to take all. and McMillans wants lo make the same terms
Willi (iarihie for his protege, .McMillan, who i.s now at Yakima trying 10
arrange the match, is quoted as say-
Ing that he is confident that Heinrich
can defeat Garthle, and the money
will be ready 1.0 close the match as
soon  as the latter says the word.
If Garthle is afraid to meet Heinrich
In the squared circle, McMillan will
, wager any amount thai Heinrich can
defeat him on the mate Garthle Is reported to be a good wrestler, bul McMillan will pit Heinrich againsl him
either as a boxer or wrestler.
N. 68-57 E. for a distance of 2015 feet j erally are 100 feet square, entry fee
more or less to a point true South of $5, renewable yearly.     On tbe North
the S.  E,  corner of that of Lot  16, Saskatchewan River claims are either
Croup  1, N.W.I), now owned by the'bar  or bench, the  former being  ioo|
Brunette  Saw   Mill  Co.,  Ltd.  Thence; feet long and extending between high 1
North tor a distance of 180 feet more] and low water mark.    The latter in-1 residence   upon  farming  land  owned
or less to the S. E. corner of that pari  oludes b:ir diggings, but extends back fcy ]]im jn  the vicinity o{ his homc.
1, N. W.  IL now owned  to the_base of the hill or bank, not  sttad> thc requirements as to residence
11 may  be   satisfied  by  residence  upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba  DC given to the Commissioner of Do-
,and thc N. W. T., excepting the Yu-  minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
point    of commencement    containing kon Territory-A free miner may ob- t0 apply for patent.
more or less. I tain on]y two ieascs 0f flve miles each VV. W. CORY.
New  Westminster,  I).  C���  for   a   term  of   twenty  years,  renew-      Deputv  Minister  of  the  Interior,
liis the Bth day or April.  1906, I able in the discretion of the Minister
The Brunette Saw Mill Co., Ltd.      Iof the  Interior. '���' '��� '���
By   L.  A.  LEWIS,   Esq., The lessee's right is confined to the
Manager, j submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 ieet in
length, measured on tbe base line or
genera! direction of the creek or
gulch^'he width being from 1000 to
2000 Teet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legal
posts,  one  at  each   end, bearing  notice-.    Entry nui6t be obtained within  fLJfJ
ten days if the  claim  is within  ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Elates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
peat) points.
Special    Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A.
Tenders for a Licence to Cut Timber
on Domonion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Depart ment of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Berth  No.  471," will be received    at
Railway Company
Easter   Holiday
Round trip tickets to all
local points at a fare and one-
Sold on April 11th to
April 16th.   Good to return
this Department until noon on  Wed- One extra day allowed for each addi-  .,��� {.���   A,)i-jl 17f-Vi
nesday, the 2nd day of May, 1906, for tionsl ten miles or fraction. ' '
a licence to cut timber on Berth No.
171, situate in the Railway Bell In
the Province of ltrltish Columbia,
commencing at the southeast corner
of Section 14, Township 5, Range 27,
West of the 6th Meridian; thence
North 44 chains; thence West SO
chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 20 chains; thence South
24  chains more or less to tho North
The person or company  staking a,     For f,irti���.r
claim  must  hold   a  free  miner's  cer
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee $10.    Royalty at the rate
particulars apply to
Grandl^Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anil all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
(Subject  to change without    notice),
VICTORIA SK VI I 1.1,   ,;,,,  1 .
Princess Beatrice Dally
Leaves Port Townsend l_ p. m
Leaves Victoria '.I p.m.
Arrive Seat lie 6 a.m.
Leave Seattle D.3U a.m.
Arrive Port Towscinl  1.
Arrive Victoria 8.80 p.m.
S. S. Prim-ess Vlcto
Leave Vancoui ir 1 p. m.
Leave Victoria   1   a.  m.
VICTOR] \ NEW  WKB'l hinsi
HOI   I I..
Leaves Vieloria,  1  a. in.,   11>
and Fridays.
Leaves New Westminster,  ,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.'
Calling at Maynoan ,1  i-t,
B.S, Joan leaves Nanaimo aai    ex.
cepl Baturday and Sunday, al
Baturday U a. m.
Leaves    Vancouver    dally,    .
Saturday and Sunday, at  1   n
Baturday 2.30 p, m.
S. S. Queen City.
Leave Victoria 11 p. ,���. 1 . mth
and 20th or each month tor A] ���
and way points,
Leave Victoria 10th of eai b 1 onth
for Quatslno and way  points.
Leave Victoria 20th of eai b month
tor Cape Scott and way poll I
Ing Quatslno.
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves    New    Westmlnsti
Additional trip leaves  Ni w
minster :, a. in. Sunday.
I.i'.ivs   Steveston   Monday,
day, Wednesday, Thursday   ind Saturday 7 a. in.    Friday 6 a. m.   Additional trip Sa urday 5 p. in.
Steamer  Beaver.
Leave New Wesl minster l: ,1. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Chllllwack 7 a. m, I u days,
Thursdays and San days, calling at
landing between New Westminster
and ChilHwack.
S.  S.  Tees.
Leaves  Vancouver  at  2  p,  n    2nd
and   liith  of  each   month  <.     :.   _|
Skldegate on first trip and Bi ...1 Coo-
la on second trip.
Times on arrivals and departure
are approximate.
For  Tickets,  reservations  1 nd Information call un or address:
.1. W. TR01 P,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept..
New Westmlnsti r.
Agent, New Westmil  ler,
Trains & Steamers
Leave  New  Westminster  17'.!" dally.
Arrive  New Westminster  11
Lv. New West, . 8.80; ar. Seattle Ht'11.
Lv. Seattle 10; ar. New West. 18.40.
Lv. New West. 10.85 and  1777,.
Ar .New West. 9.86 and 16.40.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
Lv. N. W. 0.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle I p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Sea'tb' 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. ��� p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.; ar. N.W.  9.35
V., W. & Y���VANCOl'V: R
Lv. n. W. ;; p.m. and B.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and  I i n_
Lv.  N.  W. 9.20 a.m.;  ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.10 p.m.;  ai   N, W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
Lv.   New  West.   6.50   a.m .  '
, and  hourly until   11   p.m..  with half-
hourly  between  l2.::o and 6.30 p.m.
Saturday  half-hourly  noon to 11 p.m.
Sunday hourly    S    a.m.  to 11  I md
- with half-hourly bet. noon and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same time through"
j out.
Fraser River ancTGuli
C. P
K. Agent.
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
boundary of Section 10; thence East of two and one-half per cent, on the
along the North boundary of Seclions value of the gold shipped from the
lo and 11, 100 chains more or less, to' ject to the rights of all persons who
contain- have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
Heinrich, who was one of the best fhe point of commencement
amateur wrestlers in the stale before lng un area of 400 acres more or less.
he joined the ranks of the profession-      The  regulations    under    which    a
als, Is slid 10 have Improved greatly  licence will  he Issued,    also  printed
under the training or McMillan, and forms of tender aud envelope, may be. The lessee shall have a dredge in
Is now looking for matches on the obtained at this Department or at the operation within one season from the
1 oast. From Yakima McMillan will office of the Crown Timber Agent at date of the lease for each five miles
journey with his pupil to Seattle ond  New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
lank ln favor of the Deputy of the
Minister   of    the  Interior,    for    the
amount of the bonus which the appll-
The Milwaukee"
Portland In the hopes of being aide to
meet some good boxers or wrestlers
In those cities.
 o������ .
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
No trains in the service on any '
railroad in the world that equal in
but where a'person'or company'has I e<luiPmen.t lhat of th* Chicago, Mil-
obtained more than one lease 0ne IWiU,kcc & St- Pau] Railway. They
dredge (or each fifteen miles or frac-'own aml ��lH'r:lte ll,e"' own sleeping
tion t'-creof is sufficient.    Rental, $10 I and d,"'"�� c;irs on :llU their trains aml'
1 give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of |
Liberal  Wins Easily.
Edmonton, April 5.���Dr. Mclntyre,
Liberal candidate in the by-election in
Btrathcona, for the Dominion house,
Ir leading over Dr. Crury (Conservative), by between alx nnd seven hun.
Ired, and Ills election is conceded.
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
cant la prepared to pay for a licence, output after it exceeds $10000
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, March 20th, 190G.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of live miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the ���
submerged bar or bars in the  river I H. S. ROW.E. General Agent.
below   low   water   mark, that boun-1 134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
service  not obtainable  elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage daily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November 10,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9-20 a.m Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
940 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
General Passenger Agent
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frio. I
From Chwk. Tii., Th., Sat., 7
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. l a
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7
Fa vorite���
From N. W. dally, ex. Suit
From Mt. Lehman, 7 a.m.
From N. W. dally, ex. Sua., -
Add. trip, Monday. 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 8
Add. trip Saturday. 5 p.m.
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m-
From Victoria Saturday 7 .1 CD.
Mail Service
Seattle, via Sumas 10
Sap'n & Mlllslde...10.
Vancouver 10.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8
Van. & Cent. Park...
Victoria 10,
lose. Rec<
00 p.m. 6.46
00 p.m. G i;'
00 p.m-   '-'"��
AU a.in
10.30 a.m
East Burnaby.. ..
Steveston, etc	
East, via C.P.R...
Sap., Mill, Con'm..
Van. & Burnaby..
:'l0a"ni710.0(1 a.m.
-' p.m.
,15 p.m
.20 p.m
.00 p.m
,00 p.m
3.20 p.m.. '
.00 [
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trams
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,
express    and    freight    connect
stages at Carcross and White HOW
maintaining a through winter scr
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS,  Traffic  Man"*"'
Mackinnon Bldg,
Vancouver, B. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906.
Took's Pure Linen Collars,   were  20c
Now 5c While They Last
look's Pure Linen Collars,   were  20c
Now 5c While They Last
Men's Cambric Nightshirts, Regular $1.50, for 55c
Men's Suits and Overcoats at Half Price.
Boy's Suits $3.50 for $1.75.
Men's Moleskin Shirts, reg. 75c, for 35c.
Men's Wool Socks, 2 pair for a quarter.
Men's 35 cent Ties for 15 cents.
Flannelette Blankets, White or Grey, 75 cents Pair
Double Thread Balbriggan Underwear 75c a Suit.
Men's White Handkerchiefs, 5 cents.
Boy's Shoes, Regular $1.50, for 90 cents.
Men's Marsh Brand Shoe, $3.00, for $1.50.
Job Lot Men's Hats, reg. $1.50 to $3.00, 90 cents.
Men's Hard Hats, regular $1.50, for 25 cents.
thing v_j ompany
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor.
Columbia Street, Next Royal Bank of Canada. New Westminster, British Columbia.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
THOS.   R.   PEARSON  Terms ror You. ���
823���One hundred and sixty   acres.beautlfully   situateti  on   tlie w
southern slope ot tne serpentine Valley; first-class land, minting on ���
the Clover Valley Road; near the  railroad  and   river;     good  road; T
land is very productive;  about  (10   acres    in     first-olass  condition. Z
(lood and convenient rjuildlngs.    All necessary Implements and stock. ���
This Is well worth investigation.   Price, $90 per -ere. J
1027���An unusually good buy.   One hundr*d and sixty acres; (SO i
tc 7."i acres under nrst-ciass cultivation;  '.( a"ci   - under hops, all in X
K"Od shape; lu-roenied dwelling in good con lilfrtn, mini Suxiuil;   iop T
kiln and baling room in good condition:   " ������  hull lings on tlie place J
ire worth at least I.,uuu.   Bert and Creek runs through the property. ���
This is a most desirable farm;   from  $2,600  to  $;;,..'iu  per  year  can T
be taken off It.    Price, */,b00 c ash. 2
Before placing your orders for NEW
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"Canada" Heaters  and  Separators
Cochrane   Patents.
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Full Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland   :   :
Address:"527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
Press   Agent   Gets   Busy   Arousing   In-   Son   of   the   President   of   Nicaragua   Suffers   From   Severe  Attack  of  Ner-
terest in Doings of Old Marries a Society Belle of vous   Prostration���Voliva
Dame. Washington. Gains Strength.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, j Chatham    Incubators
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Now is the time ts Purchase Them
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every^Dayiin the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way'' Route of the Famous Onental Limited
.For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
__  _���--'
60 Egg Incubators Costs $14,       120 Egg Incubators $21,
240 Egg Incubators $29.
These terms are Cash with the Order. Terms
can be arranged payable in November, 1906,
. on a slight advance over cash prices.
BROODERS  $11.00   TO   $13.00
Box 165, New Westminster, B. C.
Write for Circular and Mention the Daily News.
Foot of-ith Ave. Cor. Kith street    |n   |\ew Westminster
New Westminster, B. C. 	
  I carry thc most complete
stock in the City.     Spring
designs arriving daily.
Also complete line of room
mouldings and plate rails.
House Painter  and   Decorator
Sixth St., Columbian Block
Shingle and Saw Mill
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
London, April 6.���There are unmistakable signs at Craig-y-Nos (Rocks ot
Night) the Welsh home of Baroness
Cederstrom, somewhat better known
as Adelina Paul, that the prima donna
proposes to once more emerge from
le r "retirement."
The Illustrated weeklies have broken
em in a sort of pictorial fever about
the Welsh castle and Its occupants.
Interior and exterior views of the residence, domestic scenes in which the
Baron and Baroness are the central
figures, and the very earliest and the
very latest portraits of the diva���all
these prove that the press agent is
actually  at  work.
A very remarkable feature of this
excess of publicity is the stress that
is laid on .Mine. Patti's age. It is announced with emphasis, that she is
ti:; years old, but it is also announced,
with still more emphasis, that she
does not look one-quarter that age.
Musical and artistic England is looking curiously forward to the next
move on the program, and wonders
if it is possible that there is still
another "farewell lour" in contemplation.
Adeline Patti spent so much of her
youth in the United Stutes that she is
frequently spoken of as an American.
As a matter of fact, she was born in
Madrid, Spain. February 11), 1843. Her
mother at the time was prima donna
In the Grand theater there. Her
father., anxious to try his fortunes in
the new world, wenl to America when
Adelina. was 10 years old, and be-;
came manager of the Italian opera
house in Chamber street, New York.
Pattl . de her operatic debut in
New York on November 24, 1869, in
"Lucia dl Lammermoor."
Paul's first marriage to the Marquis
le Caux, a French nobleman, was not
Et happy one. In a few years she obtained a divorce and married Nlcollni,
To gratify his love of fishing and
shooting she built iln- magnificent
castle of Craig-y-nos,  near  Swansen,
South  Wales. Nol  long after his death
she married the Baron ile Cederstrom.
A Sooleh "Ball."
General Wade- constructed military
roads in the highlands of Scotland. An
obelisk was constructed to commemorate his achievements on which wns
Inscribed the following "bull," Intend- '
ed to distinguish between natural
tracks and made roads:
Had   you   soon  thoso   roads  before   they
wero mads,
You  would  lift up your hands and bloss
General Wade.
Washington, April 6.���A romance of
more than usual interest culminated a
few iinv.-- ago when Miss Marguerite
Baker, a belle of local society, was
wedded to Alphone Zelaya, son of the
presidenl of Nicaragua.
About a year ago young Zelaya was
admitted to West Point, as courtesy
btudent, from the republic over which
liis father holds sway. While attend-l
int; the military academy, he met
Miss Baker. Acquaintance quickly
ripened Into love, hut the contem-l
plated marriage met with violent op-
poaition on the part of the young
man's parent. President Zelaya di-i
rected Nlcaragaruan Minister Corea
to prevent the wedding, and the latter employed drastic methods in carrying out instructions.
One evening last December, while
the young man was calling on his
sweetheart at her home in this city,1
three detectives entered the house and
kidnaped him. He was hurried from
Washington lu .New Qrleuns and
there put aboard a steamship that
took him to Nicaragua.
At his home, Zelaya used every
argument with his father; but all
failed until he declared that he would
commit suicide, as his elder brother
had done, if he were not allowed to
marry the girl of his choice. President Zelaya was finally won over, and
when the boy reached his majority a
few days ago his father consented to
his coming back to America and
wedding Miss Baker.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
pnrt of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn POone 137 I
There  is a  new  lot  of
H. M0REY & CO.
Ilni-onrnif intt.
He (Just accepted!���You say you were
never engaged before? She���Y'es. Hollow ls that? I thought all women always had three or four engagements.
She (guilelessly)��� Well, I presume I
shall too. You see, this Is tho first
chance I have had.
"Do you know that your Attentions
weary me?"
"Do they. Indeed? I was beginning
to feel that I had failed to make nny
Impression whatever."���Cleveland Plain
Dealer.     ���
Beware so long as you live of Jndg-
Ing people by appearances.���I-n Fontaine.
tt�� Terrible Arm, of Suckers and IM
Powerful Juvra.
Both the octopus aud the cuttlefish
have arum that are clothed with a
formidable array of suckers whieh are
Wonderful pieces of mechanism. When
the sinker comes Into Contact with an
object the central piston, having previously been raised so as in completely III! the cavity of the sucker. Is ut
once Withdrawn and a perfect vacuum produced, explaining the great tenacity with which the Bucket, cling.
They number upward of UH) pairs to
each arm of the octopus, and once they
obliiln a grip on the victim, unless the
arm ls actually torn away from the
body ot the octopus, it is practically
impossible for Its prey to disentangle
In addition to these suckers the octopus has a powerful pair of jaws, shaped like tho beak of a parrot, behind
which is a formidable armor plated
tongue used ns a rasping organ. The
octopus wlll attack and kill crabs and
lobsters of considerable size, ripping
open the body by means of Its powerful
Jaws nnd devouring the contents. In
spite of being a creature of such awt
Inspiring looks the octopus has several
enemies in various species ot whales,
sharks and congor eels. In fact, the
latter are particularly fond of devouring the smaller octopuses.
Congor eels hunt for the octopus and,
when found, proceed to browse on Its
limbs. The octopus tries to hug the
slippery, slimy conger tight, but in
vain, and, finding Its limbs growing
less, discharges Its ink ln the face of
the foe nnd under cover of the turbid
water beats a hasty retreat. It ls toi
escape the too pressing attention of|
its foes that the octopus possesses thej
power of changing Its color to corre
spond with thnt of Its surroundings.
Chicago, April 5.���The physical
collapse ot Mrs. .lohn Alexander
Dowie today followed rumors that the
party in favor of the "First^Apostle"
had grown so strong that a serious
conflict betwen the two tactions in
Zion City might follow the return of
her husband. Friends of Mrs. Dowie
say that she expressed she belief ihat
bloodshed might result.
Early today she fell in a swoon
wiiile in her home and it was feared
for a time that she had suffered a
stroke of paralysis. It was reported
later that she is suffering only from
a severe attack of nervous prostration.
The appellate court today by a decision deprived Dowie of $53,000,
which had been left to him by Fred-
trick Sutton, a New Zealander. The
heirs of Sutton brought suit to have
the will set aside on the ground of
undue influence und won their case in
the lower court. Dowie appealed and
ihe appellate court today decided
against hlm.
Deacon V. V. Barnes, Dowie's general counsel, has sent a telegram refusing to act on his instructions to
cancel Voliva's power of attorney and
installing instead Fielding H. Wilhite.
Barnes'   message  follows:
"Your state of health is bad for the
proper protection of our rights. Everything transferred to Granger. Deeds
have been duly executed and placed
on record. Will not act on your instructions. Am acting ln the interests of Zion. Believe it will be to
your Interests to confirm the agreement. There will be sufficient evidence.    Have documentary evidence.
Members of the Zlon church in
Switzerland in a cablegram indorse
Vollva and the action taken against
Ai a meeting in the tabernacle last
night Judge Barnes, who was the
principal speaker, declared that final
judgment had not been passed on
Dowie, aud that no man should be
condemned until ho had a full hearing. Barnes delcared that what had
heen done was absolutely necessary
tu the Interest of Zion and Its people,
md was for the protection ot stockholders and creditors as well as for
the good name of Dowie.
naraenkng steel.
In hardening, bright steel should not
be exposed naked to a flre or flame.
It may with advantage be placed in a
covered box containing bone dust or
animal charcoal In some other form, or
another plan ls to Bmear soap all over
the article to be hardened. Water or
oil ls the medium generally selected
for plunging the article ln to cool it.
Petroleum ls recommended If extra
hardness Is desired. Either mercury or
salt water wlll give great hardness, but
tbe steel Is rendered brittle. Oil ls the
best medium for hardening steel If
toughness ls required.
Called Hla BlnST.
"I see," he said, "that coal has gone
up again."
"Has It?" she replied.
"And they're raising rents," he continued.
"Well." she exclaimed, flaring up, "If
you wish to have our engagement broken off say so. I always hate to have
people beat about the bush In a case
of th'j> kin/l "
M 8
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh Lettuce, nice big heads. 5c. per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.    $1.00 per sack.
T. S. AN NAN DALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. W. Gilchrist, M��r.
I Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance. I
* We have been appointed agents for the Union  Assurance  Society >J
W] of London, England, which has been carrying on lire insurance business S
ft since 1714 A. D., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of _
gi  $20;<MX),000. $
B The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record: _
B Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,-liKi. I'rem. $22,954.60 '}
B "       1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ ���2,605.96 X
;���, "       1901 " " 2,554,904.
{< "       1902 " " 3,42.r),897.
'���' "       1903 " " 4,086,112.
,���, "       1904 " " 4,6(19,754.
Today's  Market  Report
92,029.30 _
126,695.21 "J
160,644.68 ;���;
166,384.2(1 B
Ejj        MONEY     M_,ATTADDir     9      Cl\       H**1   ��**"<<   Brokers _
1      TO LOArV   McQUARRit     &     Ll)., tm*, Contractor. |
6 186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C. V
V ,���.
J.   S.   BRYSON
Hardman & Bryson
Practical Sanitarians
Complete  line  of  Granite, Aluminum  and  Tinwares.
Estimates furnished on all Classes of Plumbing Work.
Columbia Street 823 Granville Street
Sole Agents Monarch Ranges.
Today's market was not perhaps
quite up to the usual standard in
point Q>. attendance and the vendors
nad on hand a supply more than equal
to the demand. The usual excitement
Vas Occasioned by drivers pushing their teams Indiscriminately
among the crowd and the old worried, what-will-happen-nexl look was,
apparent on the faces of the lady
Bhoppers, especially when they had!
Utile ones to look alter. If any team
look a notion to make trouble during
market hours, the resull would certainly   be   mosl   disastrous.
For the lirsi lime for .some weeks
there were a lot of young pigs on ihe'
markel and they found ready purchasers among ihe ranchers of the
dlstricl who bought them with a view
to fattening them for borne consumption.
Poultry was plentiful and there
was a large display of ducks. 1'eklns
wen- mosi numerous. Quite a loi of
fowls were there and were lxmghl in
by local nnd Vancouver dealers.
Prices for poultry were lower than
last week and some sold at $7.50 a
Eggs wero there In large quantities
and about 100 cases were up for sale.
Vancouver secured ilie greater supply.
The usual butchers wen- there, it.
Cummlng of otter, W. Livingston, of
Ladner: .1. llalliday. of Sardls; Cooper
Bros., of Silverdale; It. Charnley, of
Bonson's Lauding, and .1. Reichenbach,
M. Monk of New Westminster, had
an  excellent   variety of flsh  for sale.
Mrs. Keegan, of Woodwards, In addition to butter and eggs offered honey
(or sal--. Mrs. Smith of Ilon Accord,
had butter and eggs aa also bad Mrs.
Ta;. lor.     Langley;     Miss     Wliltworth,
Mutual   Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now in force exceeds S44,uuu,b00.00
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds SU,OUU,UU0.00
This is a company of policy-holders, by policy-holders, ror policyholders.
OtIK MOTTO;     tne largest amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C.
'Phone 85.
Ladner, and Mrs.  Black of Langley.
The floral display was a feature of
the day and the flower stalls were
pretty well surrounded by the ladies
throughout the progress of the market; few going away without a bouquet  of flowers of some description.
.1. Latham one of the local florists
bad an elegant display of roses, embracing twenty-font different varieties.
T. Davis, the Burnaby florist had an
exceptionally line display of carnations on hand of all colors and shades
from a pure while to the deepest
crimson, in his grei nhouses be has
over six hundred choice plants. He also had for sale tulips, roses, sweet
peas, violets, in pots, he had cinerarias,  hyacinths,  and  pansies.    In  the
early vegetable line he offered cabbage and cauliflower plants, fresh
rhubarb and  radishes,
.1. Muirhead the local llorist bad a
line display of Marshall Nell and other roses and a full line of early plants
and   vegetables.
K. and H. Stride in addition to the
sane- varieties Of (lowers bad a loi
of choice daffodils, and a supply of
comb honey  for sale.
S. Gray, of lhe Scott road, offered
daffodils and   dried   Bage  for  sale.
Strawberry plains were offered bj
E. Coombs of the Scott road and rhubarb roots, which were offered on the
markel and found ready purchasers
ai L'.". cents a box and Ja cents per
l>. M. Robertson and Sons offered
their usual display of shrubs and were
surrounded by purchasers who arc apparently taking advantage of the
spring weather to beautlfj their home
Next week on account of market day
being Good Friday, the market will
be held  on Thursday.
Now is the Season to Buy
Hy getting one now you will have
the full season's use of it.    Our
stock includes the
Woodyatt, Brockville and
Whitman & Barnes Makes
We don't care where the next best millinery is-we have the besl
in nothing is a woman's taste so distinctly arbitrary, and in nothing
have we been so thoroughly successful,
Our showing of fine millinery this season discounts everything in the
past and the more you make comparison the more you will appreciate
our values now.
We're making a special feature of Trimmed Hats to sell at popular
prices, with new styles coming all the time.
Just passed through customs, a large shipment of Spring ll,,!  ���
open and on display.    The ready to wear   styles of this   lot   are sun    to
appeal to those ill search of (lie newest hats.
There is no reason why we should not sell Corsets
as well as whitewearjlurinjr. these busy days. Trashy
Corsets are not only a "delusion and a snare" but a
source of great annoyance to the wearer.
We handle the famous old reliable
Crompton  Corset.
There are none better or more satisfactory.
_Tne   vVnite   House
275 Columbia Street
W. IN. Draper;   headless, yet alive.
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.  New Westminster, B.C.
Feed, Sale and Livery
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
W.  LYLE & CO.
Cor. Sth and Carnarvon Sts. I'hone 250.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 1(1 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
fj.wo Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
the eiact date being somewhat uncertain. This monster hnd a body and
shoulders like those of a young woman.
There was bnt one leg, gradually tapering from the hips down and terminating in au immense scaled claw, like
that of a turkey buzzard. There were
four toes, each tipped with a bony nail,
three of them pointing to the left and
one to the right. Tlie creature had
wings in place of arms and always
held them In an erect position, as
though ready to take flight at the
slightest provocation. From the hips
to the single knee the flesh was covered with large, well arranged feathers. From Uie knee joint to the foot
the }eg was scaled, like that of the common barnyard fowl, the spot where the
feathers left off and fhe scales commenced being marked with a large lid-
less eye, which seemed to be altogether
Incapable of voluntary motion. The
neck, head and general outlines of the
face were those of a woman, but the
ears were large and set very low, almost on the neck.
The bead was covered with a queer
mixture of scales, feathers and hair,
but the Oddity of tlie whop- "upper
story1' was a pointed horn, whieh rose
just in the edge of the hair on the center of the forehead. This horn was
tuny Inches In length, and, according
to Zahn, "even a farmer would have
mistaken it for the born of a two-year-
old heifer had it been removed and
shown to him."
The old time wonder mongers all give
pictures and descriptions of this "horned Italian monster," bnt none tells how
long it lived or what was done with
the body after death.
Know tnar ne cannot recover, as mat
loving observer of mankind asserted, so
must every one who knows whereof he
speaks assert that people almost always come to understand tbatlrecovery
Is Impossible. It Is rarely needful to
tell any one that this Is the case. When
nature gives the warning death appears
to be as little feared as sleep.
:i line Lots for Residence  site, in
St. Andrew's Square
For $500
:: Lots, well situated on Tenth St.
with orchard in full bearing,
2 Corner Lots,   -Ith   Avenue  and
I Ith Street.
$275 and $300
l I-3 Lots on Eighth   street, facing Moody Square.
Only  $225
Several more almost as tempting
on our list.      Call and inspect,
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents. Tel. 106.        Columbia St
An  Evil  Comnianii-ntlnn.
Teacher���Evil communications corrupt good manners. Now, Johnny, can
you understand what that means? Johnny��� Yes'm. For Instance, pa got a communication from ma's dressmaker this
morning, and lt made hlm use bad Ian
Misfortunes are moral bitters which
frequently restore Uie healthy tone to
tbe mind after It has been cloyed and
stricken by orosoerltr.
The I Ij ���tug Llxurtl of Java,
The curious little animals known as
flying lizards (Draco volana) are only
found in Java, and their strange appearance Is supposed to have been the
origin of tlie dragon of tlie mediaeval
eastern Imagination, The reptile ls like
au ordinary lizard, but is provided wiili
folds of extensible skin which arc
spread out by the long ribs and enable
the animal to glide through tlie nir from
tree to tree lu pursuit of the Insects on
which it preys. When lying prone on
the mottled surface of a bough, lt ls
an excellent example of "protective resemblance," as It ls most difficult to be
seen unless lt moves.
Tt.ke notice that the Great West
Packing Company Limited have deposited plans and application for the
���erection of a wharf on the Fraser
River, British Columbia, on the foreshore of Section 12 and Fractional
Section 13, Block 3, North Range ',
Dated at New Westminster, B. C,
(his 35th March, 1906.
InaectH   I lint   I ,.,i 11 n in-  to   I:.int  After
Must persons of an observing turn ol
mind are aware of tlie fact that then
are several species of insects that will
continue to live without seeming Incon-
| venlence for some lime after decaplta-
' tion, exacl knowledge on the length of
time which the various species of in
se.-is would survive such mutilation
being somewhat vague,
Professor Conestrlnl once underfoot
a series of experiments witli a view ol
determining that and other facts III re
hit ion to the wonderful vitality of such
.creatures.   In eaeb case tbe head wa-
smoothly removed with  a  pair of thin
' bladed forceps, and when spontaneous
I movements of the wings and legs ecus
ed  he employed   sundry   irritating  de
1 vices, such as pricking,  squeezing and
blowing tobacco s Ue over lhe Insect
As a result of these experiments be as
; certalned thai   mhers of the beetli
j family al out- showed signs uf suffer
, big. while such as ants. bees, wasps
I etc.. remained for hours unaffected.
Bome which seemed stunned from thi
, effects of the operation recovered aftei
! ll time and continued to live and enjoy
I n headless existence for several days
Butterflies nnd moths seemed hut lllth
' affected by the guillotining process, and
j the-common files (dipteral appeared tc
regard the operation us n huge Juke,
"Tlie common house fly." said thc ex
perlnientcr, "appeared to be In full pos
session of his senses (rather paradox
leal, when In all probability the ea
nary had swallowed head, sense and
alii thirty-Six hours after being updated upon."
The bodies of some species of butter
flies survived as long as eighteen days
after the head had been removed, but
the head Itself seldom showed signs of
life longer than six hours after decapitation, In the general Summary of
these huge experiments we are inform
ed that the last signs of life were man
Ifesteil either In the middle or last pall
of legs and that the myriopodl showed
great tenacity of llfe "and appeared
wholly Indifferent to the loss of their
The   I'llHiiu 1 im   Tided.
The most approved theory among scientists as to the cause of tlie rise and
fall of the tide is that the moon Is the
dominating cause through its differential attraction upon the opposite sides
of the earth, drawing the nearer water
away from the earth under the moon
for tbe production of high water large
and ln like manner drawing the earth
away from tbe opposite waters for the
production of high water small. The
smaller tidal effect of the sun's attraction becomes noticeable mainly ns
modifying the lunar tide, increasing lt
in the spring tides and decreasing it at
neaps and further modifying lt In the
priming and lagging of tlie tides.
Dentil    YVuntlnlt.
Oliver Wendell Holmes recorded his
protest against the custom of telling a
person  who does  not  actually  ask   to
lie  Miule Sure.
A story ls told of the Sudan railway which shows patient literalness.
To an official there came the telegram
from an outlying station: "Station'
master has died.- Shall I bury him?"
Tbe reply was sent: "Yes; bury station master, but please make sure be
ls really dead before you do so." In
due time back came the message:
"Have burled station master. Made |
sure he was doad by hitting him twice
on tlie head with a flsh plate." There
was perfect assurance that there had
been no premature burial.
25 acres, good land,
all under cultivation.
Price $50 an acre
A   Man   of  Nerve.
He-1 called to see you last evening.
She- Yes? He���Yes, tbe servant told
me you were not ln. She���Yes, I was
so sorry to have missed you. He-I
thought you must be. I beard you
laughing upstairs in such grief stricken
tones that 1 almost wept myself out of
50 acres of No. 1
level land. 40 acres
ready for the plough,
balance small hardack.
Close to school, church,
P.O., store and R. R.
depot,' all at $2,500.
Knocks at your door, not only once, I tit every time you read our advertisement.
property is coming to the front, and In our opinion prices of land fronting
on the lake will shortly take a jump ���It will pay you to see us at once on
this mailer. We can put  you wise.
All cleared, fenced and underdrained, magnificent strawberry land, about 4
miles from New Westminster on good road. Telephone, electric light and
power  facilities.
fronting on Burnaby Lake, and Hasting Road, all slashed and seeded down
to grass, ditched on  both sides.
How is this for a
snap? 15 acres rich
black loam land, three
acres cleared and cultivated. Fruit trees
and strawberries, four
roomed house, large
barn. All for only
$550, very easy terms
We have the choicest
selection of farming
land to be had, and
cordially invite your
inspection of some of
these properties.
An   Old   Time   Wonder   Thnt   Hud   nn
I-:? i-   In   Ita   Knee.
In tbe writings of both IJcetus and
Zahn may be found descriptions ami
Illustrations of u monster born nt Ra-
vunniu Itfllv   Ip fho.v_-j_- toll nr 1512
The Farm Land Specialists. ,f
Note our address.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Rooms 1  and 2, Dupont Blk.
Telephone   170.
It's About
Is This What
You Want ?
'.) Lots all cleared; Chicken Mouse
and run; G roomed dwelling, with
bathroom, pantry and washroom.
(In car line.
4. t WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
���Telephone Ko.
10 acres of rich black
loam soil, first class for
fruits and vegetables.
All under cultivation.
Pries $500.   Terms.
U's just aboul now thai near
ly every -Man has the Sprlnj
Suit question on his mind.
Many will ct  to ns with
out any urging on our pal I,
Sometimes   aa   old   Cui lomi
drops out;   perhaps   tries     a
high-priced Tailor bul hi -
Pari, again and 'oils us frankly
that   be  likes  our  Clotl
likes  the    tit    the    style   the
fabric���the   workmanship   and
our prices.
We have buill up om reputation for selling the besl oi
Clothes  by   handling  onlj
best   productions   of   the
World's Best
Clothing Makers
Clothing we can hack with
our    strongest    guarant I
Money   back, if anything goes
t'omo.    see   our   bandsomi
Spring   Suits   and   learn     how
much   Suit   goodness   you  can
get here for $10, $12, $15. $'6,
. to  $20.
On modern lines even  in   backward old
China.    We have heard that the   Recycle Bicycle has been seen on the streets ',
of Shanghai.    We handle   the   Recycle
and   Perfect   Bicycles,    the   two   best
bicycles   made in Canada or the I'nited!
States,    Whatever wheel you buy here!
it is value for your money,    We also do j
all kinds of bicycle and other repairing.
Bring your lawn mower to get sharpen-1
ed and put   in   shape.     Don't   mistake i
the place.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.
Sign���Man on Wheel.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, B. C.
Advertise in the News
Timothy Extra Cleaned
Clover, Red
Clover, Mammoth
Clover, White
Clover, Alsyke
Clover, Alfalfa
Rye Grass, Perennial
Rye Grass, Italian
Red Top
Orchard Grass
Rape Seed, Dwarf Essex
Millet, Golden
Oats, Swedish-
Oats, Tartar King
Wheat, Island Spring
Barley, 2-Rowed
Barley, 6-Rowed
All Selected & Tested
Last year the Finest Irons in I
C. were produced from mir seed
Milling Co., Ltd.
The Front
New Westminster.
I B.-K. 850
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