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 MAY 1 9 1908
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone SS
XEW*  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.   MONDAY MORNING. MAY IS, 190..
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
0Bt STORE IS
HOODED BY VISITORS
Crowds Enjoy J. A. Lee's
IK,, [litality���House Warming-^'af Happy Cause.
There
new
. athered on Saturday al
lernoon and    i-enlng in Jehu A. Lee's
f furnli ���������  emporium on Columbia
street  n lA-e b,(jcli> one ��r llu'
appreciative ci  ....
, ime I a new organiza
tion or i - an ol,i '*-'"' 8I '*'"���"
_ ,,.  :, ids ol  usefulness.    All  _ec-
olnater    citizens,    and
i;)t., v,.,.      i . .ed shoulders together
looking over the  new stock  Mr.  Lee
-... introduced, aud partaking oi  thi
���choice refreshments offered.    An or-
|    , | ��� irsed music during   thi:
STILL   FREE.
Railway    Holdup    Men    Nov.    Wort.
S5000 to Capturers.
Seal  ���   May n.-Tbv Greal Nona.
Increased th     i
robbers     i $5000
I    y AcUng    Chi. f
ts ��� !  that the bi .
o'clock the morn-
\.    after   doubling
Vi .. i  ivi :.    to    go
���ittle credenci
Information.
JAPANESE FISHERMEN    WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS
POACH IN BRUNETTE    ARE TO BE STARTED
COMPROMISE.
Captain Ackerman Confis-Mission and Cloverdale Will
cates Lawbreakers' Nets, Soon Have Local Papers
But Wily Nipponese Escape |   Edited by Experienced Men
ere have been a number of com-      A we, fclj n< wspapei Is abou;
Political  Parties at Ottawa May Agree
on  Election  Bill.
Ottawa, May 16.���Negotiations "were
continued between the two partj
leaders yesterday, but nothing defi
�� I] be known nntil Tuesday, The
situation was thoroughly discussed bj
Lhe cabinet thia afternoon, and at
the close one of the ministers declare 1
to bejthai  he hopea   an   honorable   com-
WHITE WIFE OF CHINK
!    SHOT BY PARAMOUR
Edith Nip Sue Lies at Death's
Door in Vancouver Hospital���Four Bullet Wounds.
of poaching by the Japanese f established at Mission, the promoters | promise may be reached which will b��
1        fishermen   in   the tributaries  of    tho i beIa* Messrs- KuiSlu aud BaU>s- the j satisfactory to both parties.
_     I,,,,,. ;��� ,.,., ,,.,     , i , ���,,,,, former having tor some considerable
��������� ��� '!1 circulation here yester-^ra!  ������ :'"-l especially has  this   been!
t a suspect had been captured  ih.     ..-..   in    connection    witn    Ore
in  \ ancoiiver hv _    p:n!.-_,. i����    _ !
liver by a    Pink.     ���-
:"- rect.
me been identified with the Ashcroft]
��� ���**���.*����__nm,%**��*��*��'principal UF IMEDE
EXHIBITION SPECIALS
nuan'hii -. i.er.   No netting of trout isH ueiiaiid  tJLL^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
at any time, although this lslexperience,   having     managed,   and
en season with the rod and line,!edited  the    Cumberland    News    for
but the Willy Jap is not content w!th|-"'i>c years, discon Inulng that  paper	
___.     Ms slow method of catching fish, andf^rly last year.   The necessary plant LrIHtant Speaker at Methodist Church
llin   iTTinrTiiir parta   "f   tne   river away   up|��lls shijiped to Mi.-Mon last week, it1
"ANIJ A I I nALs11 Vt ���**;,ai" are the favorite resorts of tholbeing the intenUon of Messrs. Knight
  poacher.    The nets are set   at    con-'-l,ul Bat��a -�� '"'"'S out "'e flrsl num-
venlent times, and then drawn up at;'1"-''' of their paper about the end ol
this week,    'l'hr Mission   n -wspapei
will  be  printed  weekly, and  will e> n
lain four or cigiit six column pages uf
reading matter   and   advertisements
i
IS OBJECT UF SYMPATHY
Refers    In    Flattering    Terms of
Work of Columbian College.
day, and the prettiest effects  in elec- j Hudson's Bay Company Makes Capital |night
Suggestion  to  Encourage  Cot- Captain Ackerman, one of the flsh-
tage Gardeners, !InS wardens, made an effort  to catch
[the  thieves on  Saturday night,
but
I they escaped.   However they were not
The special prizes for the fall   <-x-'h0 successful last night, for tUthough
hibltion ofthe R. A. & I, society will
again be numerous this year.   Mayor
they   avoided    detection   themselves,
their nets were seized.    Every effort
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^will be made to put I stop to illegal
Keary has receive,! answers from the   fishing by the authorities.
trie lighting and decoration were in
evidence Over a thousand carnation
blooms breathed their fragrance from
a hundred points of vantage, and all
was pleasure. Warn eulogies of the
enterprising proprietor were heard on
all hands. No less than six oar loads
ot furniture have arrived to find distribution among  the homes    of    the
Praser valley,  and    purchasers    will j following firms up to Saturday:
ind them on hand in a building which      Ai,ams Wag<Jn .,,    !!];ln.f( ..,
is all tl)'- decorators and    plasterers
can maii.' It   The walls have been re
l.iitil, aii'i all  woodwork painted am
received a coat of varnish in v.vw of! Chicago, set of thirteen  volumes
the "at home" on Saturday.
Magnitude of the Business.
idea of tiie magnitude of the!    ��� ��� ,,,_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
,        .. . .    ..    .       collection of Clydesdales, or stallions,  Feast OT .TvAlsthn .QOhcorv-jf*.
business may be gatheied by the fa. l caal ui UjreUBUld la *JUbei Vetl
that the building contains some 24,000 and three colts'
square feet of floor Bpace, Inclusive of     Henry  Uirks A.  Co., of Vancouver,
the outside warehouse, and is equip-  silver and'bronze medals.
I*d with an illuminating capacity   of     Clydesdale    Hor-.-   association,   ol
:���-- i indie power, while the natural raiKula |50 ,������,,, for ,)0_. Cly(lesdal{
Bpit i:          given full  play  in    a
large expanse of glass. To reach the
rarious Boors an elevator has been
erected, and there is at  the rear   a
. Out.,
[combination hay and stock rack.
American    Clydesdale    association.
_______________________________________________________!
'stud   books,  for  best   Canadian   bred
jCldyesdale of any age or sex, or best
MOHAMMEDAN. MAKE.
HOLIDAY AT BARNET
by Half Hundred Exiles-
String Band in Attendance
stallion registered in s;ud book.
Canadian Bank of Commi rce,
petrack tor direct stripping of goods,
'-���- ��� aping the delays of freight
trailer.
It would require ajrolume to enum-
thousand and one articles
Mt out for inspection on Baturday to
:i" :>it> ested admiration of visitors,
every variety of home furnishings be-
in. un view, end there is another feature which should secure the confidence ut patrons, the fact that thi
stock la new, of latest design, and
tanufacl tred by Arms whose reputa-
ll0'i ia almost international, so that
pbad name which modern Curn.tun
suit.
Mr. Le
������' s emporium.
Canadian  Goods.
Oifssed    entirely   iu    black,    with
curiously co.led    jet    black    turbani
 ilvci   Mivniounting lh ir lieads, and   ied by
modal for best pen of sheep. ������  native string  .and  ut eight   lnstru-
Dominlon Shorthorn Breeders' aa o- ments, about fifty Mohammedan, j --
elation, $200. terday afternoon paraded around Bar-
P.  W.  Kllis <��.- Co.. jewella is, To��������� ���   where a  big celebration   was  be-
to, one silver and one bronze medal, ng held in honor of the advent ol
foi classes to be decided by commii lyaistba, yesterday being the coin-
tee. Imencenieut of that period in the In-
Pit-Reform Co., a ���$-���
Vancouver branch.
Giant    Powder   Co.,
Victoria,  three  'oases
. powder, value $7,00. J
Gorham Robber Co., Seattle, 50 feeJniedan residents of garnet, who had
of three-quarter inches of five ply spent a considerable sum of money ln
Whirlpool  rubber hose. tbe providing of a feast that  was    to
Hackney Horse society, 12  1!o"""���������������'
square,  Lonilon,  West,  sllvef
religion.    Brief religious    ceremonies
were conducted iy Muhrah Khan,   the
h ader of    their    little colony,    under
whose guidance all plans   connected
The   evening   service    at    Queen's
avenuo  .Methodist    church    yesterday
 was  notable  for  lhe  sermon of    H
he size oi the papei* depending to n   Beneral secretary of education for the
great extent on the support accorded   church in  Canada, Kev.  Dr. Graham,
it  by  the merchants  and  dealers  of   w,u* ls ���*** brilliant preacher.   He hell
the district-
An effort is also    being    made    to
Lhe  attention  of his  audience  for    B
Umg time without the least difficulty,
establish a  weekly  paper at Clover-1 Preaching a sermon from the callin;
dale, several of the residents of   tbat :<)f Matthew.
district   having for  some  time    past!     Rev' Nv* H* Barraclough Introduced
een exerting themselves in an effo. t'tne  doctor  iis one  wn�� waa  anxiou-
lo secure a live journal for their dis-
trict   The paper proposed for Cloverdale, and   which  will    cover    Surrey,
from tii-.  dian empire, where the calendar con-
] sists of lunar months.
Great   preparations  had   been   mad:
the  entertaining of their    friends
and brothers in faith by the Moham-
Consoiida ��.,;.
of   btumping
��� held   in   comparjson   with     tli   ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tond-niade .article   of  the   past    will  for best Hackne>- stallion,
f *e the case in purchases bough, j   Holsteln-Fresian     association,     of
fr��m Mr, Lee's amnorlum. Canada, for animals registered in the
Iherd ibook, $50.
anuver j terminate the one day least prescribed
medal |a| this Beason by the tenets of   their
uya mainly Canadian mad
Hudson's Hay Co., dining room suite,
i value $lt��0, to be awarded as a prize
?����ds, ;in,i supplements his stock with , ^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"me of the best European products, to the b,'st- cot,a"vl''�� exhibi' of fruit
m-^y in carpets'and floor covering ;"lli ve8etableB. "*p dfsll|a-v "�� '"' ���"'-
{[certain number of houses across the rftnged by ,lu' ,x,lil",(),'s themselves.
"ne are ,���, hta, i^wai.���   i.���. ,u��� ,��� ,      Ideal Fence Co.,    Winnipeg,    forty
are on his books, hut the import
Py would  make  extensive dealings
gOhlbltive, even  if  he  wish d  to buy
from the  States.     However,   lie  Unds
*nadlan   goods   are   improving   in
',:' ���'     ' I equal to the public needs.
tiative now being shown in
rtern  factories.    For repairs he has
the top floor,    where    dp-
id cabinet  work will    em- I
rods  of  standard   farm  fence,    value
$32, for class to be decided.
Louden   .Manufacturing  Co.,  (Itielpa,
oue sling car for steel track ami two  -succession of semi-military evolution
with yesterday's celebration were carried out.
The picturesque march around tliv
village of the dusky sons of the
Orient was watched with interest by
a large number of white settlers and
campers of the vicinity, few of whom
had Over witnessed such a scene before.    The parade  was  varied  by  a
Band,
t  work will    em-
hands,  and  lie  hopes io
'   turnover in a line for wiiich
sure there Is an increasing   de
sets of slings,  valued at  $_.., at  discretion of committee.
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Vancouver,
home made loaf of breed,   made   of
'Ogilvie's    Royal    Household    Flour,"
���   i
executed with old time facility by the
turbalined exiles on a foreign shoie,
Muhrah Klnn giving the necessary orders mi strident tones. After the march
'iround the village was completed, tho
half hundred Mohammedans repal i ;
to their own quarters, where they remained eating, drinking and feasting
Some of the Lines.
Il11, furniture
*:|* In nil styles- of   decorative
"esthetic art,
ha
^^^^^^^^Btturilay
^^^^^^^^^^^    and
bul as in everything else
ai0li  Is  mobile,  and  as    Sheraton
* replaced Chippendale    In    public
e.   and  early     English    oak     the
'""""���  t-ouls XIV. and XV. styles, so
��� Uv is ready to furnish the goods
'K ''''mils of taste demand.    In
connection should be     lentioned
M
iis
this
|hl> expensive a
Hirst,  |15;   second, $10.
Okanagan    Flour    Mills   Co.,    Ana
strong.   First, three bnnels of (lour;
second, two barrels, tor   best   bread Iuntil ���''"' '*"���* n|sht-
made  from  No.   J   flour, of the  com- j
pany.
.American Oxford Ilown Record association special for Oxford breeds.
iVearllng ram, first $10; second, $,..
lYoarllng ewo,  flrsl,  $10;   second,  $5.
Four lambs,  first. $10;  second, $5.
B. G. Prior & Co.. Victoria, a'Brant-
ford spiral spring road carl, value $.10,
'to he decided by committee.
|    Ryrie Bros., Ltd.,   Toronto,    silver
;, ingle}
thoroughly, will be a four page week.;,
ly, known as the Fraser Valley Herald,
and Will be edited by Freeman Bun'-
Ing, a local newspaperman of wide
experience. The first number oi the
Cloverdale paper is intended to appear in about two or three we ks'
time, or/as -oon as negotiations now
; ending are closed.
AMERICAN CRUISERS
Wlll VISIT VICTORIA
to take an interest in the college, and
in the town of the college, and its
church, they were very glad to   wol
md .Matsqui    municipalities j come hun.
Di. Graham said he did not like to
make  many  promises,  but  he  would
like to know more of the work of thc
Columbian college.    He did not. know
a greal deal about, it. but he did know
enough to appreciate the work    tha.
was  being  done.    Ho had    met    ih
members of the board two or threi
Limes, and he had come to recogsi';.1
how much ihey had given of tiin,   an :
thought and money to develop il tut
what  ii  is.    He piayed (iod's bless!.,.,
upon ilie Institution, upon the teachers and  ujvuii  the scholars who    are
attending there.   He certainly sympa
thlzed with them in the illness of Dr.
Slpprell, yet he knew there, was nothing bul rejoicing, because he had conic
back from the valley of the shadows,
lt was to be hoped that he would be
with ihe'ni In the tlesh-as well as In
ihe spirit   for many  years  to    come.
There had been few men who    had
counted more  ihan  H  In   the  life I
Washington,    May   IT.���An    invito-   the community  and   province  in   ihe
lion has been accepted    from   Great   i���st ten years.   The   preacher   then
Britain to have some of the cruisers  Weni on tq deal with Irs subject
visit  Victoria.    After lhat   visit    the
West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado ani
Pennsylvania will be placed in   dry
dock  for the installation of lire control apparatus.    Two of the cruisers
will receive the flre control at Mare
island and    two    at     the  Bremerton
yards.    This work will take until    the.
middle of August, and upon its com
pletlon the Cruisers Tennessee, Washington,  California  and  South   Dakota
will be placed  in dry dock    for    the
same purpose. All of the vessels men
Great Britain's Invitation to
American Fighting Ships
Accepted by Washington.
Honed  will  have target    practice
Magdalona bay in the fall.
ORGANIZED LABOR TO BE
EMBROILED IN FlliHT
ANGLO-INDIAN FAVORS
HINDU RESTRICTION
fu
ml  admirable sets of i
and bronze medals for awards as last
���"U' displayed in the Columbia |?��ar'
ll hi ,*lnd0W8' the va1"*-' of which are
.,,' fn as the taste is irreproachable.
**������' hiriiit ^^^^
I'll
"ire floor has In J. H. Mc-
foinv""' liUe ��f Ule Brown Furnituie
his Vy' a C0In"etCnt Sn.de, and In
chiftn '"'"tmGnt is eve'-y Wnd of
fang! ,���        dre8SOr,     and   bedstead,
town* '" ]Moe from de 1,,xe suites
hlls h^"',s' whlle special attention
1() )"'"" given to office furniture, Mr.
Werni v8 repreSentaWve ofthe Globe-
le ��ompany for the locality.
Att
" capita]
ICo
w<>rkg of Art.
��n% objects of art may ibe noted
selection  of  pictures,  some
���"�����ue.. on page Fight.)
JAmes Smart Manufacturing Co.,
Brockvllle, Ont., a home perforated
wood cooking stove-
Hate  Battle on     Amer.can     Railroads
Threatens to Involve Officials and
Employees in Long Conflict.
Chicago, .May it.-~'iha- organized
labor will bo embroiled In Hie1 war
against middle, western and eastern
railroads which 1ms i] een sianed by
shippers of the Middle West was predicted by prominent railroad men.
The ultimatum of the shippers that
if the railroads raise freight rates
prompt court action will be taken to
| tight it, has alarmed the rutlroads
east of the Missouri river and north
of the Ohio river.
Railroad officials hint at a scheme
John Taylor & Co., Toronto, a boxl1"-' jMl(l discussed generalities with
of Eclipse soap, 14. cakes, value six ���wmo of ,h<J British Indians here, and
dollars, for parents using Eclipse soap | not onl-v the tone. but the very lan-
brlnglng largest number of children toj K"age itse,f a-stonlshed him in IU
show on children's day. freedom.    Over-population, and   con-
Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., a j��equently poor wages, were respon-
bUBhel of flour for best loaf of'bread islllle for ,heir coming, and white he
bade from "Royal Standard Flour," j admired their pluck In making such
and one-half bushel for second best. la J<1'"-ne.v. he was certainly In favor
Wefler Bros, furnishers, Victoria, |of l*('*s,rlction- It is noticeable that a
prize value fin for ladles, to ho de- i visitor with first-hand Indian ekperi-
clded by committee. i '"'ce' llke H,ui>ard Kipling, can from
Wilkinson Plow Co a So. 3, 4. 7 or lthe sanw 8et of circumstances draw a
30 plow, free on delivery. Toronto.      .very different conclusion. ^ _
Talking over prospects in the west
with a news man on Saturday, A.
Michael, of Calcutta, an Anglo-Indian
civilian who is thinking of settling in
Alberta, expressed his surprise at the
familiarity of the Hindu here with th^
white man. Being able to carry on a
conversation In several of the principal tongues of the great peninsula, ] to draw  the railway unions Into the
flght In the hojie that the labor leaders
will flght for/hlgher rates as a step
to higher wages. The shippers declare that, should the roads attempt
this policy, other unions wlll l'ne up
against the railways on the theory
that higher freight rates will mean
lower wages for Industrial woijkera.
Both the railways and the shipper"'
organisations are anxious to secure
the support of organized Labor and
are ready to offer immediate and complete recognition of the unions as an
indnc��nent
UNEMPLOYED TDREATEN
VIOLENCE IN K1MBERLEY
Rumors  Are  Afloat of  Plots *to  Blow
Up Oe  Beers Office in  Famous
Diamond District.
Johannesburg, May 17.���Reliable
private' advices from Klmibarley < indicate that   a  perfect   "scare"    cNist I
owing to rumored plots among   the
unemployed to blow up the De Beers
oiti.vs and other big huildiiu-a'.
There is great distress among the
���retrenched" men. and. .1.'spile tue Oe
Been policy Of giving dismissed employees ,:\ railway ticket to any paiM
nl  South  Africa, a considerable num-
ber remain,
Tlie. De Hcers offices, and especially
the diamond store, are guarded by
armed men day ahd night, and other
special  precautions have been  taken.
There has .also been an ugly in-
crease in the number of (Ires which
have recently broken out. The guard
at the head office of De Beers has
been  Increased at least sixfold.
Edith La mount, the white girl who
ia.s. Thinsd.iy married Nip Su.-. a
local Chinaman, today lies at \tra
point of death ,i\ the Vancouver g>*n-
eral Hospital w.th !o,ir bullet wounds
in  her body, she    having    y.su.rday
Imorning been the victim of a shook-
Ing   affray   at   1016   Westminster   ;ive-
I nu. ,  Vancouver,  where  she  had   gone
[O    meet    her    old    time    paranum-r,
Thomas Mura... a young man 29 pa_UB
���i . ge, who is now under arrest at the
Vancouver police station with a
serious charge hanging over his head.
The attempt at murder took place
about 11 o'clock yesteiiiay morning,
the shooting following a quarrel (between Mrs. Nip Sue and Muray. According to statements maae by the
woman, Muray inquired of her whether
the newspaper reports of her mar-
riiage to a Chinaman wore correct.
She replied thai the newspapers
had correctly reported the facts, at
the same time Intimating that she intended leading a different life in ttre
future,
I'hen live  your different    life     in
h ,"  shouted   Muray,  at the  san_v>
tune producing a six chambered JB
calibre revolver and firing Ave shots
at the woman In quick succession.
Four of the bullets hit the woman.
cue lodging in the breast, two in tbe
.side and another in the leg. With
blood streaming from her wounds,
the victim sank screaming to tbe
floor,
A crowd quickly gathered around
the house, the police were summon*!!
an.l Muray placed under arrest. Mrw.
Nip Sue was taken to the genera.1
hospital after a hasty examination 1_n .,
Dr, McTavish had revealed the seriousness of her condition. There is a
faint chance that she may recover.
Muray is said by the Vanoouver
police to lielohg to a class of undte-
slrables thai prey upon fallen women.
For some time he lived With Viiith
1.amount in Cumberland, where Hm
pair spent a considerable time .before
lhe girl decided to return to this clV>
in order to be near hor Chinese ad.
mi ror.
From the conversation of Muruy. it
.s evident that his action was prompted more by disgust at the marriage of
the woman to an Oriental than bj
disappointment at her refusing to upturn to live with him. He says he t.>K
ihe disgrace of his position keenly ont
that his associates had been ridiculing
him since they learned of the mav-
riage.
An effort was made by the News ***
n .iview Ni,i Sue yesterday evening,
but the slant eyed husband who ' Uu_c_
he is a C'listian" could uot be locat"<l
lu the local Chtuatown. Intiuirie--
among other Oriental., elicited tho -.,-
foinialiim that they had not furtlrer
uBe for him.
FORMER DENVER CHIEF
OF POLICE IS ARRE8TEO
Denver, Colo., ��ay 17.���Michael
Detaney, who resigned aa chief of
police and left the city for the east
after he had been arrested for assaulting a citlien, returned to Denver
today, but later left for the east again
on a Burlington train. Under orders
from Sheriff Nisbit, Delaney was arrested thla afternoon after the train
left Akron, and is now in the jail at
Yuma, this state. He will be brought
to Denver tomorrow. W. A. Gray,
Delaney-s chauffeur, who wajj charged
with aiding him in the assault, was
today sentenced to six months In the
county Jail
BY  AUCTION.
Prince    Rupert    Lots    to    Go    Under
Hamme.  i'i September.
Victoria, May 17.���(!. W. III-..
land commissioner of the Grand Trim I.
Pacific railway, stales that while it
has not been definitely decided, arrangements are being made to I*_H
the Prince Rupert townsite by public
auction at Vancouver lu September ��j-
October, No reservations will b��. entertained.
SAYS FISH WHEEL AND
STATIONARY TRAP ARE BAOi
Astoria, May if.���The secretary vt
the United Fishermen's association
has received a communication fttaa
Prof. David Starr Jordan relating lithe salmon fisheries of the Colum*-**
river, In which he makes a few suggestions for the preservation of the
industry. Mr. Jordan says the ******
wheel and the stationary trap shoe**!
be abolished, as this Is the moat *�������
structlve and ^discriminating klai ef
fishltjg He recommends that ������!___��
on a large scale above the wator to
prohibited and a careful
gill-net and similar methotft.
be made with a rttrn tor"
Interest of the
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John W. Gates, whose successful speculations and big financial
deals have made him well known to all readers of newspapers, was
���..orn'on a farm in DuPage county, Illinois, -May IS, 1855, and received
���i.s education In the country schools near his home. He began business life as proprietor of a small hardware s'ore at: Turner June ion,
Illinois, and later at Wheaton, Illinois, became travelling salesman tor
Colonel Isaac L. Bllwood, the oloneer manufacturer of the barbed
wire fence. Mr. Gates introduced the use of barbed wire in Texas
and later established himself at St. Louisas a manufacturer of uarbed
wire < n his own account. The company which he originally organ ���/.���:
he combined with other wire factories and in 1898 he reaped a hand
some profit by selling the consolidated company to the Federal S ei !
company. He also organized the American Steel and Wire company
and merged it into the giant United States Steel corpora'.ion. Since
severing his active connection with the steel companies Mr. Gates
has been Identified with numerous big deals that involved large
transactions In railway and industrial securities. Recently he has
given much of his attention to plans for developement of the town ;f
Port Arthur, Texas.
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I     This Date in History.
MAY  18.
.17'.,V���One-fourth of the city of .Montreal  destroyed  by  flre.
2803���Kngland declared    war   against
Bonaparte.
18W���Napoleon I. proclaimed emperor
of the French.
; ."ti���England took possession of the
Island of Annolt, Denmark.
1843���The Free Church of Scotland
establisned.
ISO���Smith O'Brien expelled from the
British House of Commons.
1888���Emperor Nicholas II. of Russia
born.
_:������'.��� Pool rooms in -New York city
shut off from telegraphic service.
1906���Four towns in northern Michigan destroyed by forest fires.
���THE FRENCHMAN'S DINNER.
Htin>py and Care Fre* In  tbe Evening Is the  True  Parisian.
Tbe Frenchman, with all his polite
aess and little niceties, Is not a good
dresser. He Is nowhere near the class
���of Oic London man, uor can he equal
�����>e Baltimore man who gives thought
to bis wardrobe. This, of course, applies to generalities. There are ex
captions where the Frenchman is a
WJcdel of tha tailor's und haberdasher'*
���kill
As a rule, however, there are otho'
"things tb.it mean much more to him
Chan mere clothes. For Instance, he
3i_i.es to dine. Every Frenchman, in
tht. proper sense of the word, dlue��
Su the evening, lie prefers highly sea-
*_wi_eii food if lie can get it and service
���of a corresponding degree of excel-
���ence. But dine he must and dine he
will���If not a good dinner, then a poor
one. He must;have his soup, his flsh.
u roast, an entree, sumo salad, dessert
��nd a bit of cheese. With this he bas
wine, die vintage regulated by the
.Bi*.e of his bank roll. His coffee, ln
ibe summer time, he will take outside
Hfli-b a cigarette or cigar, and his en-
Joy ment "is not complete unless he
J_ears the strains of an orchestra.
Ble la not, perhaps, so passionately
tond ot music as the German, but still
lie likes it and will, have it if be can
Afford it. lie Is gay and happy in the
pveniugs, ts the Frenchman, and his
Tares, whatever they are, he dismisses
.temporarily. He rises late, and be
dines late. Nine o'clock Is about the
proper hour for the coffee, after he has
paid his respects to the various
eourses. Then lie ls ready for the gay
Hie. 'When London Is going to bed
ParUs is Just beginning to warm up.-
Letter ia Baltimore News.
The   Jetin   of   Utimbay.
tn lo city in  the world ia there ��
public vehicular system so Irrespontf
We and so dangerous to human life k��
in Bombay.    Even  were the gharry.
walla a jehu of ordinary Intelligence
the principle of allowing Europeans tc
be chased by two or three ghnrrywal-
/.___��� "sahibing" for a fare would be an
���itffroiit to the civilized public of tha
���Tits.    But the Bombay gharrywatla It
notoriously the most stupid Individual
*>o  be  found  on   the  earth's  surface,
��� while as a coachman he Is the person*-
__k*_ion of cruelty to his horse and nt
������Ktaregard of the public safety.���Bo��
bay Gazette.
Vol  In   HI.  Moe,
Smart-I'm thinking of a trip abroad.
Knox���Oh, come now! Yoa can't af
Cord that. You're not accustomed te
that sort of thing. Smart-IIa, hit! 1
simply said I was thinking of lt. I can
���afford to think, can't I? Knox���No,
That's what I meant when I said you
4vere not accustomed to that sort *ti
<__*__��.--Philadelphia Press.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
... Copyrights Ac.
3.nv nno .ending a ���kotcb and dpscrlntl.-ti ma?
v��nlckly n_.ertaln our opinion free whet linr an
_i_<r��!_iioii la probnMT patentabuk.Oomniunioa.
tl>.__-. trlctlr-ontlden.ii-l. HANDBOOK on Patouti
��� _iv��� free. OMiKt nirenrf fornccurliiBPateiiU.
J-Miifnu token turouirh Munn t, Co. recolva
apecial finite*, without cbunce, ln the
-Scientific JUtiericait.
A Ivand-iimcly Uluatratt-d weekly. LarRC_t circulation 'it any scientlllo Journal. Term* for
���*.'.��.. in,t'.",'., a year,po_taco prepaid. Bolil by
oil newwlealcif.
KUNN & Co ��61B-^ New York
iirai-cb Office. Cd If BU WaabUi.-ton. U C
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� T�� Rent -:- Etc.
Nothing gives  a   bright  res.dence  a
ijreater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn.    And, yet!  What is more -
pleasing than a well  kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a  dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted. We have a large variety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented, and we respectfully solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
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WANTED���Girl for restaurant work.
Apply Kenny's res laurant, Columbia
street.
WANTED���Roomers aud boarders;
rates reasonable. Apply Jack Cash,
corner Eighth and Carnarvon sti eel.
LOST���Automobile tall light No. 205.
Return to E. Rushton, Front street,
and get reward.
LOST���Will the person who picked
up an overcoat Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Fourth stre it
and Carnarvon please return same
to J. II. Todd's music store.
WANTED���Roomer; board if requited.
Apply "Daily News."
FOR SALE���Gasoline launch with
mast, sails and 14 foot tender;
cheap. Apply "Gasoline," Daily
News.
FOR SALE���Fishing boat, 25 feet in
leng'.h.   Apply J, Bond, Sapperton.
WANTED���Light employment in or
around office, or shipping clerk by
steady, trustworthy, reliable man;
knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply
"E.Z.," Box 29, city.
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OX AGNES STREET���four rooms���modern. Price $1130.   Terms $200
cash, balance $15 per month.
O.N ROY.\L AVENUE���five rooms, modern. Price $1575. Terms   one-
third cash,, balance six and twelve months.
'OX aXIXTH   STREET���four   rooms;  fine fruit.    Price $1600.    Terms
$600 cash, balance $15 per month.
P. PEEBLES **-'
Estate
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon* 307
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
tt   BJ.   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.   ]
A GENFR-YL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Fruit Ranches
Ten acnes convenient to town- All slashed; no buildings; good
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All .lashed;
two room house; small garden and Chicken house and run; splendid
soil and good water-   Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
WANTED���Girl for general house
work.   Apply G.,*Daily News office.
LOST--Iletween Central Pari; and the
I. O. 0. F. cemetery, brown cloth
oven oat. Li! eral reward for return
to Daily News Office.    .
FARMERS'  BANKING.
'I O RENT���Large front room, furnished; vicln ty of convent on Agnes
street,    liox 216.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge,   Phono 366; P.O. Box 922.
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed glasses
between opera liouse and corner of
First and Third streets. Finder
1 leass return to .News office.
TO RENT���-Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
Every facility  afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales   Note*
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall
Oua-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. nos.   345
'Phone   105.
.OIJNTAIa
Sent On Approval A
To Responsiblb People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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OFFICE: FHU SHEET, FOOT Of SIXTH. -  - ��EW WESTMINSTER
MAIL CONTRACT
j'ATS   rotrimmed   at    1ST     Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh j
streets.    Keep full  supply of trimmings.
pARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
*��� skilled and common labor sup-
plied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 500 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
TTT ANTED���PUPILS (EVENINGS)
W in Kngllsh subjects, classics,
science, mathematics    Box 487, city.
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Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEIJC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and I
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.!
For Tim��> Tables, etc., adTlress
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket!
Aerent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.    |
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Every pen guaranteed
full 11 KL bclid c.u.it���cut  m
on ntjlit ham! may be hail
in   either  our   standard
Muck opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Ttauapai
tut, n_ di-iioil, either in j
plain or fnmved finish,"
as preferred.
-a    Ynil mny tn- tllll pnn _ wrrb, l
If veil ,l��� nol Rudltsi r.|.r<M. ,_W<1,
a belter   _rti, le tl.ian j.,u ran,,,.
euro for ,itn__ i,,i_- tui. u-kiiaiI
rsiCI   ill   bii> ���tl���.r ttmkw, If in,if
oriliii-l)   *ah.!_<t.,iy lit every  real'-, t return itanaiaa _ai mm '
you 11.10 tot It.
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oomplste waa proof tehnm,., mny I
lia .arri'.il Ifl any pwlllon In 1
rocket iir ���h,.|,r,n,�� blf, w rl,,,. al |
any an^ln at Brsttoneh. Milium. I.prlnpl fent, Iridium I
point, P"li.he.|vnleaniT��l ,nl.ler I
I cate, taira otta flni.h. Iletait I
everywh���rt�� for f���.,,��. At-enta I
want/-.| Write far Itrmfc Wrllo |
BOW " l*,t you forrsnt."   Adilii-tB
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tsr      ADVERTISE      �������
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY     NEW8
If YOU Wap'a a Situation.    .
Trains & Steamers
cp.it. Main line.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:4.., ii_:_0, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
l.v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, fi: 20,
C:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmasier-lieneral, will be received at Ottawa until .Xoon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for thu conveyance of His Majesty's .Mails, on a
proposed contract for four years, six
times per week each way, between the
proposed post office at Duudouald and
Gilley Station, L. C. Electric Railway,
during the Postmaster-General's plt-as-
ti re.
Printed notices containing farther
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Po3t Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Iiispector.
Post Office Inspectors    Office,    Van
couver, B. C, Sth May, 1908.
F. CRAKEi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from   C*o. Adam;  Croctr I     BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS   IN   THF   OLD   COUNTRY
Ladies' Gold Watchea trom 112.75 up. i CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open I
race, $6.00,
Gentlemen's Silver  Wntcnes,   double |
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    \\\ warranted.
Chains, Rings, Je-��va.iry, eic. etc.
Watch repairing* cnarget* reason
ible.
,wiyri5i<
FICE.
Next   sailings   of   thc   Empresses
May 29. ;
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  OOULET,
C. P, K A .out.
r> 1-       o      ���/"   I Westminster
Canadian raciric Transfer Co
RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 241, group 2, Xew Westminster
district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
John S. Robson on the 15th day of
June, 1908, unless In the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, Now Westminster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person or persons having in
their custody or jwssesslon the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th  July,  1890���Louis    Willie    to
Ernst Graii.
Conveyance ln foe.
J. S. RODSON,
Per C. E. Robson.
��� Applicant.
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May 4th    to    18th,
June Sth, 6th, 19th and 20tli.
Toronto and return   *> 94.1 I
Montreal and return   108.5 i
Halifax and return    135.5 i
Chicago and return     72.50
St, Paul and return      60.00
Winnipeg and return      60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt��� Vancouver.
Office 'Phono 185.     Barn 'Phot ' ,3''
Columbia Street
Baggago   delivered    promptly   "'
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinf
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
'The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and ���''���t-ini** -:rs on alll their trains and
give -hi i - Irons an excellence of
���ervi.t Mi . btainable elsewhere.
TI. S. ROWE. General Agent
134 Third &u. cor Aider. Portland. Or.
.Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LMTED*'
Electric-lighted train.   Low Bates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Ro��"d  Trl?
Rate, to  Souther  California.
For full information call on or w
O. P. LANG, General Agent,
130 Hastings St., Vancouver,B.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Or*- jonday.
MA  18.  1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THHia*
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling 0f having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Tht
UNLJfflff
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric.
ROYAL BANK,/"CANADA      PlVECENTS A BAR
Use It ln
The
Sunlight Way
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Deooa -  -
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A V.aR.
Put your money where it Is acci .vhen vou reouire  it
BANKLNG BY MAIL A SPECIAITV
START NOW���DON'T DELAY
Mew Westminster Branch.     jr. g   lYLE    Mer
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FOR SALE.....
Dry  Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
TME    KIND   THAT   GROWS
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BIRD   SUPERSTITIONS.
Queer Beliefs  That Were  Held  by t_n
Ancient Mariner*.
Birds as Inhabitants of the air were
natural!;  chosen l\v  the ancients as
oracles and augurs of future happen*
Ing8. The sensitiveness ti*> atmospheric changes shown by many birds aided
In establishing those notions. The real
Indications often furnished by sea
birds of a coming storm or calm win
doubtless magnified by the anxious, su
perstitlous sailor.
The custom of hanging the sea swallow so that the bill may i>oint to Uie
wind arose from the old time custom
of suspending the bird by the feet, expecting lt would renew its feathers us
if alive.
Divination by the (light of birds was
n favorite method in the olden times.
S.llors watched their flight for Indications of prosperous voyages and favor
ing winds. As they were thought to
fly through the air to heaven, they
easily became niesseugers of the will
of the gods.
The albatross Is believed bv Jack tar
t . sleep on tbe winds. It was at one
time thought that the petrel hatched
Its eggs under Its wings.
The kingfisher was nt one time kept
tn chests to keep away moths.
The flsUbau k wns esteemed a bring-
er of good luck; lt boded good or evil
as Its cry was to tho right or loft.
There wns an old superstition that
gulls were never seen bleeding Shooting stars were thou supposed to be the
half digested food of winter gulls.
SODA
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IS THE BEST.
lE.W.GILLETTffrr^
TORONTO. ONT.
CLEOPATRA.
farmers attention ! jAt Ryall's Drug Store
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
liour from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11  p. in.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
tw, nty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
"ij line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at  0:20 a.  w.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
8unday Service   hair-nourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye_-.
BETWEEN
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.,
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
or   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.;
md   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with
������oth   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
.vorld.      The   equipment   consists   of,
.rivate   compartment   cars,   standard I
(6 section  sleepers, luxurious dining
ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
r.udern   day  coaches   and  buffet,   li-
brarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
urthcr information call on or write
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN    that
one  tl)   month from  the date hereof
application    will    be    made    to    thej
Governor-Ill-Council    under    Chapter
115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,;
1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
to be constructed by tho Victoria Ter-:
mlnial Railway    ami    Ferry Company j
over the Sorpoiiliiie river on the Use
of the suld company's railway between
1*1,line and Olivers in the Province of'
British Columbia; anil also   for   ap- \
proval of plans of a bridge to bo con- j
Btructed  by    the    Victoria TVrininal
Railway and Ferry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company's railway between Blaine and
Olivers in the said Province of British
Columbia.    Plans of each of tho said
bridges anil descriptions   of each    of
tne sites thereof have been deposited
with   the.  Minister  of   Public   Works,
and In the Land Registry Office    at
New Westminster, British ColnmWa.
/Dated  this  1st day  of April, A.D.,
1908.
A. H. MacNEILL,
Solicitor for the AnvUcants.
Th* Story ef Her Death From the Bit*
ef an Aip.
It Is admitted that Cleopatra killed
herself to avoid being exhibited at
Rome In tbe triumph of Oetavlus. who
had made war upon her nnd Antony because the lntter had divorced his (Oc-
tavlus') sister on the queen's account.
But did she die from a snake's bite!
It Is better to think not. "If her death
hnd been caused by any serpent, the
small viper would rather have been
chosen than the large asp, but tli*
Itory Is disproved by her having deck-
p,l herself tn the royal ornaments and
being found dead#wlthout any marks
or suspicion of poison on her body."
Death from a serpent's bite could not
have been mistaken, and her vanity
would not have allowed her to choose
one which would have disfigured her
In so frightful a manner.
Other poisons were well understood
and easy of access, nnd no boy would
have ven lured to carry au asp In n
basket of tigs, some of which he even
offered to the guards as hc passed, nnd
even Plutarch shows that tho story of
the asp was doubtful. Nor Is the status
carried in Augustus' triumph, which
had .ii asp upon It, nuy proof of his
belief lu it. since thc snake wns tha
emblem of Kgyptlau royalty. The
statue (or the crown) of Cleopatra
could not have been without one, ant?
this was piobabh; tbe orlglu of tli*
Thole story.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
Bank of Montreal
We N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B. C
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 4T#
ESTABLISHED 1817.
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CAPITAL .-���      -a.-
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
B>*.-.r.hea throughout Cauada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and .Mexico City.    A .Jen-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents In all  uarts of-the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received lu sui-is ol tl and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 8 per cent,  per annum  (presenl rate)  added
The Big Clothing House
IS SOLE AGENT FOR THE
four times a year
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
V.W   WESTMINSTER BRANCH
0, I). BRYMNER. Manag
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Later Contractor.
New Westminster branch P. O.
..ox B46,
HAT
In hard felt, all the new shapes.    In soft felt, black
or colors.   In golf or telescope shapes.    Union
made.   Advertised in all the leading periodicals and sold by us for $3.00.
Ask for a Hawes $3,00 Hat
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Phillips, The Wardrobe QoWer!
s.s.  RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, I .angle, j.
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves Brack.nau *fc Ker wluut-.
New Westtn tor. Tuesdays, Thura-
days and 8a*> 'day at 8 a  m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri.
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and ��.irtlc*ilnrs, applj
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
It.  W1IITMOKF, Secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
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HARDMAN & GB.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
80LE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE. - .��    ]
Front Street    Trust Block    ^f|]
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It. th�� ��.��iiili'"iht quarti r of section 1...
In\\ nsliip J, Sen Westminster dlB-
I rict.
A certificate of Indefeasible lit.:*, to
the above property will be Issued tc
.lames 0. Smith on tlie fourth day *****
June, 1!H)8, unless In the nieantinu. aa
valid objection thereto be made to ine*
In writing by a person or person*
claiming an estate or Interest U_m*��ct__,
or In any van thereof.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of TH.taL.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., -May 2, 1<��0V
The person or persons having 1n
their custody or possession the ftd-
lowlng title deeds relating to the MM
property are requeated to deliver tli*
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
w-hltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jacktuon
and Harry Dallas Helnicken, mortgtn^
In fee.
January 9, 1886���MotttffM Wlllta.
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas H**h
mcken, and Roturt M��i�� JMkaoa �����
Henry A. P. jLt^^SES 2.
mortgage.
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PAGE FOUR
t:ie daily news.
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MONDAY, May 13
. 1908,
  . j-j which lias been going the rounds    ot
THE  DAILY  NEWS    j    the    up-country   press,    and   hereby
��� ��� i apologize  to  Mr.   Hopkins    for     the
fuiilished by the Daily News Pub-1 annoyance we may unwittingly   have
lishing  Company,   Limited,   at   t111-'1'   ,.au_ed him.
oCQceB, corner ot   Sixth   and   Front _________
���traets, New Westminster, B. C.       j
STRIKE THREATENED.
A.   Paige Managing   Director]
<ffi_3_*rA.  '������
fylONDAY,  MAY 18, 1908,
j Chicago TeaniEters Propose   Engaging
in Another Big Labor Struggle.
Chicago, .May 17.���A strike Of 55(10
teamsters which may involve u5,000
���o) her union men In Chicago, is im-
-_.rti'ssing as the result of an ,attei__p;.
tt the commission house toailisters to
get a wage increase.
A repetition of the ric|tous scenes of
1905 is feared should the strike com...
Negotiations which have been in
progress for some time, r. acaeel a
crisis tonight when the team owners
BLUFF OR ERROR ?
Tho first move made by the Provincial -authorities to wrest the control of the fisheries from the Dominion le proof sufficient that there is a
-power behind the throne" compelling
thc Victoria aggregation to make good,
and deliver the fisheries over to them
fa causing regulations to be promul- \ ilK.t i0 frame a final refusal to grant
tmked curtailing the rights of the old-   a    wage    increase.      Tomorrow    the
time resident fishermen above tne
New Westminster bridge, and, taking
thi.* statement ot" the "Columbian" of
Sa.turuY.iy last that this curtailment is
an error, and that the learned jurisl
vdbo Is administering the new de-
pariiiient of fisheries with less ability
than lie has shown as AUornoy-Ci.n-
e.-.-ii, and that has not been much, now
BSn.ee that the regulations biavlng
been gazetted, it would not do to alter
them this year.. Such a position taki n
bi such a man is not a surprise, but [I
la not logical, because, the. power that
created the error surely has power to
correct it and at once, and If such
ebange is not immediately male it
will be for no other reason than that
ih.. masters of the Governmenl will
not permit it and the Department dare
not do it with that permission. As to
what we may expect from the imported alien, recommended as he was by j
the cannery and fishing interests of |
the State of Washington and whom
the present administration re-engaged
for a term of years, may be under-
Stood by this first move, but we do not
look to him for redress of this grievance now or at any other time. He
tihouid not be counied in the matter.
We have to deal with the responsible
Minister as head of the Department,
and it i.s a sorry spectai le to have liirn
admit that he consented to the regulations the force and effect of which
he was not fully acquainted with, I
especially when his own organs had (
discussed this very subject for three -
or four years ai Intervals, and so | *
many homes would be affected, and '
'mi- sturdy white settler would bo
compelled to suffer the indignity of
finding himself denied Hip privileges
enjoyed by the Oriental with only a
temporary make-shift hovel to bin
bim to his present residence' in the
Province.
There are other sections of the
regulations which entail burdens on
the Fraser River fishermen all tenting
to drive them oui of business, so that
*he American and Canadian fish traps
would control the catch. The mos;
charlta ile interpretation tha; can be
pui on all these glaring errors of
judgment, is, that he Is not conversant
Kith the conditions of this grea:
teealth producing Industry, and that
Ms deputy from Ignorance or design
has preyed upon the Minister's want
of knowledge. In tho meantime the
Attorney-General may enjoy his trout
fishing tree from the cares which are
now engrossing the attention of thos,
���rho have, settled here willing to grow
op with the country, and depi mien- on
the just administration of the Departments having oversight ami control of
their occupation. I*, is to be hopes
rn.it. the Attorney-General will recede
from the position he has taken and
withdraw the obnoxious sections of
-the regulations.
White on this poinl we do nol wisii
���'10 be understood as admitting the
rightful control to be In ihe hands 0.
'he Province, and while we believe a
local board of administrators together
with th-e Inspector would handle the
flaharies, through the changing con-
1 iiUoiis each bi ason, much more
promptly and effectually, we think the
ill-conceived regulations new gazetted
warrant us In saying the Dominion
���hould retain control at all cost, The
question of control should be fought
out ,and finally settled and the onus
settling that control should not be put
on tJrc poor fisherman, neither should
he be made to respect two sets of
"giiiatioiis or pay two sets of fees.
drivers will vote on the question of
a strike and it is believed that the
vote to go out will be unanimous.
The permission of tho national
board of the teamsters' union has' already been granted.
FURTHER TONG WARS
FEARED   IN   CHICAGO
f -EiH'____aBD��s^K33q^ xaairaKaG^^
313   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Owners of the Townsite of Port Mellon, Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver.
We recently offered ror subscription the first 100,000 shares of the Preferred Stock of this coroori f
at $1.00 per share."   Each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preference stock.    The fi     100 nS!
shares was immediately taken up.
We now offer the balance of the second 100,000 shares of Preferred Stock at $1.00 per share
hundred shares entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preferred Stock.
each
All subscriptions  must  be  received  on   or before the close of  regular business,   May  30th
���A_l  smbscrip.
Chicago, May 17.���For the first time
In its history the Chicago police department has engaged Chinese detectives to aid in preserving peace in
Chinatown.
The result of the trial of three
Chinese of murdering a wealthy
Chinese merchant, has so exercised
the Chicago Chinese that further warring iby the tongs is feared. Five
Chinese sleuths have been detailei
by Capt. O'Brien, of the detective department, to prevent further bloodshed |
in the chop suey district.
No   mors   n'.ei   of   sending    your
orders to "The other side."    You can !
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of  good gum  rubber,  on    latest    im-
prove'd machinery, by expert workmen,;
and
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders filled  same  day  as  received.
G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Bagley Makes Good  Rubber Stamps"
First allotment on second 100,000 will be made May 19th, final allotment May 30th.
tions should be in the office of the Company by 6 o'clock, .Way 19th.
In Srder to treat all applications largo .and small alike, and to make no discrimination, all subscrlptons received  nrinr ���    i ,
i      ���   <    . . |
May 30th, will be allowed pro rata on the second 100,000, and balance on third 100,000.   There will be no bonus slock, howevi i
second issue.   The third 100,000 is to be sold at par, $1.00 ;������    share,  without bonus, and  ilio.se subscribing prior to Maj   .0 are
preference on third issue.
The preferred stock now being offered is entitled to au annual dividend of 7 par cent., commencing November Lat, L90S
to further dividends.   That is, after 7 per cent, has been paid upon the preferred and common, both stock, thereafter partli
Is no reason why this stock Should aot pay from 30 to 50 per cent, dividends.
Payments, 10 per ;ent. on  application;  15 per cent, in 30 days:   balance  in  eight nlonthlj   payments.
Hereafter no subscriptions will be received by telegraph or long distance telephone, unless accompanied by the an !i.:
per cent.
We are rushing work on the first unit of this great plant, the entire plant when complete will hav a weekly capacity  .if
newspaper, and 270 tons of wrapping.   .\'o better site for a great modern paper mill could have been selected than Port Mellon,
from Vancou.er; unexcelled drainage and magnificent deep water harbor.    We have secured the water right.,    of    Rainy    River,
through  the property, anrl have also placed a 20,000-inch water record on Clowbom Falls for the purpose of manufacturing    ground    svood     Vn
These two sources have^a combined volume of over 20,000 horse power.
Those interested are cordially invited to visit Port .Mellon and  inspect the progress of the work up  to date.    It. will  not  be lo
we are turning out _0,000 pounds of wrapping paper per week.
The public are also invited tn visit the demonstrating plant of the company, 313 Cordova s'reet, Vancouver, and  witness the  manufacture
of wood pulp and paper.
Qffice of the company open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until .  o'clock.
DIRECTORS:
SYLVESTER G. FAULKNER, President British Columbia Trust Corporation.
W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. O, Soc.
C. E., P. L. S��� D. L S., Co'i.
Eng.; formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
J. DUFF "STUART,    Managing
Pirectof Clarke & Stuart, Lt 1 ,
Stationers, Vancouver, B. C.
FREbK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R, Smith Co.,
Victoria.
,T. C. W. STANLEY, formerly
General Manager We,st London Paper Mills, London,
England.
FRED SMITH, member Smith.
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, B. ('.
II. M, BURRITT, Western Manager CorticAlll Silk Co.. Vancouver, I!. C.
ALD. W. J. CAVANAGH, Member VV. .1 Cavanagb & Co.,
Vancouver.
CAPTAIN H. A. MELLON, .I.l*.
American Lloyds Agenl    I
EUSTACE   H.   JENNS,   i;.m.
ter, etc., Vancouver, n. r.
GEO.  E. CATES,    Cate.  .**>:.>
building Co., Vancouver, H"
GREELY KOLTS  foi 0   .
era!   Man. ���-������ r     I' IClfic  Coa3l
Soda Co.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE DAILY  NEWS
Free !
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Women's Oxfords
W
E never sold Women's Oxfords as fast as
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One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   .      .      .       .      50c
  OR 	
One package White Swan washing-
powder with 2 packages White
Swan Soap for .       .       .      50c
Take advantage of this special offer; if won'! last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
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GASOLINE
ENGINES
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COWIE
IX
Have proven to be superior tcT"ail others In  DURA3IL.I
LIABILITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN, EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
,i: merits of the engines.
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1 The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
A courteous letter   has   t*een   received by tlie News from Denis Mur- ;
yhy, barrister and solicitor of   Asb-
croft, with  reference  to   ,an    article j
{headed "Dunkard Missing," wbich ap- -
peared in our issue of May 14, and in ]
whicb it was slated that a Mr. Hopkins, of  Ashcroft,   was    reported    to
have disappeared with   a   sum   of
money belonging to the Dunkards. On
behalf of Mr.   Hopkins,  Mr.   Murphy
points out that that gentleman is still ;
in Ashcroft and  has  never  received '
any money belonging to the DUnkards,
much less appropriated It to his own
use.
We exceedingly regret having been ,
Jm.��le(j   will  regard    to    this    story, !
|U we are now selling them. Perhaps our Oxfords are
��S the best���we think they are.   Every woman likes S
Pq them. Oxfords in Patent Kid, Corona Kid and Coltskin. The (ft
83 New Golden Brown Tans also; lace, Blucher or button. Yf
fft The new Colonials shown this season are very handsome.
j!\j See our line of Canvas Oxfords in all the different colors.  We'll
��$J deem it a pleasure to show them to you.
jX| ' ��� .=
I JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe Hm, Ltd.
8
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
/
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them examined. We make nb charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.  Gifford's
Jewelry Store.
HAMS -
18C. Per lb-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 3/0.
1
BOWELL & ODDY, Propri��tort.
We have just received
aid you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever errssed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Colombia St., NEW   WrSTMINSTER uONDaY'
MAV 18, 1908.
THE   DAILY   NEfl*S.
pace n
T. H. SMITH
HE CASH STORES I
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Specials for Saturday Shoppers
We llave time and again domonstral   i  to the New Westminster
iur abiiity not only to ant.ua I]   ������. .oreS   [q ^
���     . ,:,:l, but also to rival ihe mail order houses,   Our reputation
Increasing and widening , . invitee,!,.;,.,
.ous.   v..  I  anal facilities ; .    ... . ,     , ni..1.li,..s wj
n tall firm In Canada.    As a i
lot
I'emlerj _a| . 0n Alberta street. Will Bell cheap
*' John A. McDonald, Sapper
ma
any
In r
1 ers'
, ..villi some of the '   gg
lement we an
WOMEN'S   50c   CORSET
COVERS FOR  25c.
pive dozen only, all .sizes, cor-
.-,-, in nice soft Nainsook
embroidery tiim-
... lar ���'���������'��� and 50c, for
Batu ecial    25c
yel offered to
WOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS AT
75c.
���wing   of   our
and    $1.25    night.
leautlful   soft
'  ' ng   cloth,   trimmed
��� a iroidery,   For
Satii: !'        ���   pick tor ...,75c
e will te the ordinary meeting
IJ'' the council tonight al 8 p.m.
re maple syrup go to Kyle &,
**
1:" ���-       r me itlng of the hi spit tl
I  be held at the l>oard    of
room on Wednesday afternoon.
Among the guests al  ttya    Russell
hotel yesterday waa Lieutenant North
cott Johnson, R. N., who is taking up
land ai Westminster Junction.
Elghl cakes toilet soap -oe at  Kyle
.ia. Sons. ���*
Tlie whole of our regular
1.00 and ��1.25 white and
spotted lawn waists will be
offered on Saturday at the
unhear I of price of 75c eadi.
Remembef each waist is
brand new season's style,
thoroughly up-to-date. Your
pick for 75c
HOSIERY  extraordinary:
5   Pair   for $1.00.
\ : ��� cial shipment of ladles'
cotton bosh ry,  i"..:..' and
: . ed to be absolutely
tl i: an I  acid   pro If     11
very tine rib elastic an ! pi 1 i le.
Thi.- line would be goo l value
at 30c per pair, but our price
toi * ' :: lay afternoon an I
eveninc is      Five Pair for $1.00
BLACK   CASHMERE
HOSIERY  FOR 25c.
Our
M --������-
ribbe !,
hosier;
pair .,
��� . ilar    '.'.'.
and bi
fast,   black
c     ladii s,'
I lain    an.l
cashmere
To dispute the
"Brillante" cigars i.
v;<:..    of quality.
Thi .��� ath Is announced of W. Mc-
Ewen, i| Mounl  Lehman, aged about
j';"    I was a relative of Mrs. U. S.
'*;.    ��� ;i  of this city.
The   most  convincing  argument  in
i      r of   "B. C." and    "Old    Sport"
ilie cigar itself. **
The New Westminster cricket team
��� " idi the trip over to Victoria on
Saturday, but wen; under :n iheh-lirst
essaj of the season, th's visit) rs being
weakened In bowling strength, and
svere dismissed ror a sniail total.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
beding an i vegetable plants. Davies &
-Son.   Telephone 13208.
Independence Day was duly observed yesterday by the local Norwegians, though of course without the
enthusiasm of the great settlements
in tln_ Dakotas and -Minnesota, where
there are many festivities.
superiority    of     Sma" aou8e '"'*'w* on f!,1!-v cleared
to question tbeM,":   "i,h magnificent  view  of    river
tt  ini surrounding couhtry;  near   Sap-
I perton ear line;  only $700.    Abbott  .i_
AT THE   HOTELS.
Russell.
Lieutenant Northcotl Johnson, lt..\ .
London, Elng.
i'.  A. Quellette, Seattle.
William Noel McNeelej    and   w .
Medicine Hat..
Windsor.
I. Miner and wife, Everett, Wash.
Airs.   Hague,   Eburne.
S.  Filacky, Vancouver.
II. Barkky, Vancouver.
���1.  Bennett, Eburue.
Waller  II.   Smith,  Millside.
G.  L.  Tait, Victoria,
T.  l'airell, Victoria.
W.   A.   McCallum.   Blaine,
T. Cooper, Kossland.
Guichon.
Dr.  Howhlll. Vancouver.
A. Marvis, Vancouver.
B. B. Howea, ti. N. R,
to,-_ of the outrage to wreck a stre-.*t
car containing white prisons, as*
notices in Bengal] have recently beeu
circulated, warning natives not to rids
��� a lirst class cars, Apparently tne
"mu ��� was charged with picric acid,
an i nol dynamite This being the
lifth attempt within live months to
blow iy.�� atreet cars with bombs,
much uneasiness Uas resulted.
Dividend  Notice
Hyde.
. .
A meeting will be held on Tuesday
morning at n o'clock of the building
committee of the Royal Columbian
hospital, in connection with the isolation cottages.
i ion'1 forget tne big
the roller rink   on
May  19.   Four prizes
prettiest;  one for th<
for  Lhe  largest,  and
smallest hat.
Hat cai nival at
Tuesday    night,
.   one   tor   tho
bomi lies!; one
one    tor    the
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars.
The Beaver will run on Sunday uexi
instead of Monday, leaving a noon,
and will take up a Sunday school
party from the Chilliwack district to
Harrison Springs on Victoria Day.
Bring your old Victor gramophone
records to be exchanged tor new ones
al .1. ll. Todd's music store, Columbia street. *���
The sixth half yearly dividend, at
the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, for
the half year ending April 30. 190S. is
now payable at our office, 181 Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.  B.C.
May   15,   1908.
The Westminster Trust and Safe
Deposit Cu., Ltd.
F.   J.   HART, Managing Director.
Outrage In Calcutta.
Calculi,!, May 16, A bomb wilicJ
had bean placed on the rails of a
Btreel car line here was exploded yesterday by 'he wheels of a cart pass
ing over it, and four natives were Injured by the i sploslon, n was . vi-
dently the Intention of the perp I a
J- TRAVERS m*T. *u
All   business   in   this line   guaranteed.
Phone  A 243.
Auction   sale  every   Friday  morning
on the   Market  square.
I3te Saturday at, per
 25c
Chief Watson expects to ba able    to
ttsl the new   Gamewell    lire   alarm
switchboard this week. Arrangements
���*!for bousing it are complete, and    an
early date will see it in use.
The  first senior lacrosse  match of
the  season  will   take place    a  week i    The Kilties, a    renowned    Scottish
trom today, when Vancouver will play  concert band now touring the world,
the  Capital City  twelve at  Victoria,  and which intends leaving Vancouver
and the .Maple Leafs will travel over   for Australia, South Africa and    the
to this city to receive their first de-, Orient on July -~. is endeavoring  to
teat of the season at the hands of the   secure a date for a performance    in
this city.    The    Kilties is said to be
the largest aggregation of artists tha.
Sensation Price Cut in the Small Wares
LOOK AT  THIS !
: ad t :���'          dar ar
.   tor	
All sizes, black and white.
:'. r,
.1c
COLLAR  FORMS, 5c.
ir regular 10c and l.'_ ���
n ins for  ...- 5c
and black,   plain   and"
I  :- ' I, for, each   '. 5c
25c. DRESSING COMBS.  10c.
Twelve d izen beautiful black
rubber d* ���it.-.; combs that sell
regularly at 25c each, is offered
on Saturday for, each 10c
Gents'   Irish   Cambric   Handkerchiefs  at   10c.
Tw< Ive dozen only gent's fin,.
Irish cam! rlc handkerchiefs sell-
regularly at  20c and    25c,
-'      .day for, each .. . . 10c
$1.00  WHITE   KID   GLCVES   FOR   50c.
Our whole stock of ladi is' v. i.i:    kid  gli res���two dome���that
-' ai $1 .no, will be sacrificed oi  Saturd .   tor, per pair ...
Remnants at Half Price.
sell
50c
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T.  H.
M of the Hat Beautiful
5*   'i.s
SMITH
THE STORE VALUE BUILT
. ^mmz^AXS&sssi. _���_���___
Royal City stiekhandlers.
-Nice old-fashioned stone
15c up, at Kyle Ac Sons.
All  kinds of  annuals  at Tidy
florist.    Phone 184.
tea    pots,
I
I has ever attempted a world wide tour.
a  -a     j
I Up  to date the  performances  every
the | where have  been  a  tremendous  BUC-
** 'cess.
DIED.
OLIVER���In N'ew Westminster, Sunday. May 17th, Joseph Oliver, aged
ill   years.
Funeral  will  take  place  from  the
family  residence,  Fourth avenue, an.l I
Third street, to Ihe Oddfellows' cemetery, on Tuesday.    No flowers by request, x i
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j HUNDREDS OF
* DELIGHTED GUESTS
Visited our mammoth store Saturday and were delightedly surprised
at the quantity and quality of the goods displayed, and at the prices
quoted for such high class   and splendid goods.
We will endeavor to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage
we have received by giving you goods at as reasonable a price as
they can be purchased for anywhere in British Columbia, aud keeping ii-  the standard of quality.
Come along.    See our stock.    (Jet our prices.
S iffeflng from an overdose of beriberi producer, a jags ter named Bowman was yesterday afternoon picked
up on the C. P. H. Hack near the
by Detective Bradshaw and
:��� Pentland, who removed the
obstruction shortly before a freight
train was due to pass the spot. Bow- I
man will explain to the police magis- j
irate tlys morning why he    selected ��� should
An Important meeting of the Pub-
i Hetty association is called for 8  p.m.
��� tomorrow, when valuable suggestions
for making public the advantages ot
the city and Fraser river  valley  will
ibe discussed, and experts in publicity
work  from  the other side will    give
addresses  of great  assistance, to  the
iu.
the bed of the C. P. R. track as
couch for his after dinner nap.
of great assistance,
movement.    The board of trade room
be full of citizens, and  resN
a i dents of the neighboring municipalities interested in the. movement.
���*��������>���$
Th
ake 500
ree lots, 66 by 148, close to Twelfth street car line
FOR $500 CASH
Th
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s is practically four fifty foot   lots  at  $125  a   lot.    You   can't
"."al d for double the money anywhere in the city.
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lamon
DOMINION
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orDOU.
TRUST   BLOCK
Howard & Muirhead are giving one
three pound package of washing powder wi*h every two pnekagv-s of White
Swan soap; 7-jc worth for 50c. ���*
In a fairly evenly contested baseball game ai Queen's park on Saturday afternoon, the city senior team
defeated the painters by a score of
si.x runs to four. .Better Iball was
played than al seveipl of the previous ports before he settled iu this pro-
games, Sayce, who twirled for the vince. Hero he became one of the
brush wieldeis, kept the city slap best known engineers on the Fraser
stick artists guessing most of the time, river, becoming part owner iu more
The other end of the battery was n'ol than one steamer. It was during his
l*p to the standard, being responsible connection with the Ramona that the
for several    errors.    Several   oi    the | boiler explosion  on  board   the  vv sei
Death of Joseph Oliver.
The death took place yesterday of
Joseph Oliver at his residence, corner
of Fourth avenue and Third street,
aged Ul years. The deceased w.as a
native of Kngland, and came from
Newcastie-on-Tyne. II# went to sea
at the age of 14, and had Seen many
regular members of the city team were
unable to be present, volunteers leing
i reaaed into service
("ood boots
Kyle ��t Sons.
and shoes, low prices, at
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
HIGHEST QUALITY
LOWEST PRICES
at Langley took place, causing several
deaths. Latterly he had been government wharf caretaker.
The deceased was a member of thi
Sons of Kngland society (Rose of Columbia lodge),    joining    In January,
1894.   He was also connected with the
a. o. U. W., joining the organization
iin the early days of Vancouver, and
with the Royal Templars of Temper;
j ance.   His only son is an engineer on
I the Princess Kna, and there   are   two
'daughters, Miss M.  R.  Oliver and a
I younger sister.
The funeral will take place from
Mrs. 'Oliver's residence tomorrow,
Rev. A. deB. Owen officiating. The
members of Rose of Columbia lodge
will attend in a body.
,20c;
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erton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashef, doors,  window frames,    etc.,    phone
M1'5.    You will save money and  get  a  reliable job with  the  least
!>ay.
CADDY   &   CO.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
Navel Oranges, doz __w iG00D SHOoting for
Navel Oranges, doz 25c j rifle company's spoons
Bananas, doz 25C| 	
Lemons doz.. 15c'   Twenty men wV)i'o oul ',i connection
p,    i      i                 i -   | with the rifle shoot of the A and    B
KnUDai'D, pound    OC ron)1,an-e9 at South Westminster   on
Special attention given to      Si""rdiiy i|n" ln 8l'"c of cl ���Ulc c"";
, , ditlons, a keen coni��Ht was the result.
phone orders. The regult of the B,,oims 00mp��tlUon
was a follows: ,
Sergt. R. Wilson  ��l
Lieut. Cunningham   BJ
Private V. Johndro   8*
The green sho'���' spoon fell to Pte.
O'Connor with 52.
' 1*t_e terms trf the senior competition give tin award to Sergt. Wilson,
ff tog dtcl*fd on the rar.rkln;; accord-
lag to d-itaace.
Howard & Muirhead
~- -��� : PURE
FOOD SUPPLY CO.
MC WS BURP. BLOCK, New Westafeiaster
Phone No. 3S6
LEE'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
!     LEE'S BLOCK, COLOMBIA STREET.     NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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j Public Supply Stores j
Geo. Adams, Proprietor %
Are now offering for sale a special line of      |
Dinner Ware    j
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sure to please everybody J
From   $7.50    Upwards ���
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones |
so cheap ?. " X
��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.        Phone  92. *
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DO IT NOW
HAVE YOU INSURED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP AS OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
MORAL: DO IT NOW
I INSURE ALU KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOD
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Page six
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, may
"" ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
Homemade Cement For Mending
Broken Gla.sware.
The best kind of glue for clear
glass is made from a solution cf
two ounces of isinglass and half a
pint of gin poured into an open
mouthed bottle and set in the sun
tin til it dissolves. It should be i
shaken well every day and before I
being used should be strained
through a clean hum cloth. When
ready for the gluing the broken
glass pieces should be well washed
in hot suds, especially on the edges,
dried, and then with a small camel's hair brush the cement 8ho*uld be
put on the edges of both pieces,
and when they nre nicely fitted together rubber bands or clean strips
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANtOUVER-VICTORlA ROUTE.
SS   Princess Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:_0 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria S:30 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
in. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. ra. daily e.x-
a.i-n.
of cloth should bo bandaged tighUt j cept Monday. arlrves victoria
around them to hold the edges well j daily except TuesdaV-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
together until the glue dries. If
the cement has been nropej.ly made
the break should really not be visible when dry, for the reason many
cracks look jagged when mended A
because the edges have not been
well -joined and, bubbles of air getting in, reflect the light, making the
ragged, broken lines glaringly ap
UttJWlt ��� Tanai__*n  TtovuI**
The Names of Tea.
We talk glibly about Pekoe, Boheft.
etc., but few people have any idea of
���what these names signify. "Pekoe"
ln the dialect of Canton means "white
hair," for the tea which bears this
name ls made from the youngest
leaves, ro young that the white down i
Is still on tbern. "Soochong" ln th* I
same dialect ts a quite unpoetic name.
It merely signifies "small kind."
"Flourishing spring" is the meaning
of "Hyson." "Kongo" signifies "labor." Much trouble and toll are expended ln Its preparation at Amoy, and
these are commemorated ln Its name.
"Bohea" is called after a range of hills.
���Portland (Ore.) Journal.
A MYSTERIOUS CARD.
���ark Twniii'M Oilil   Reqne*<  mill  How
Mrs.  ( levelaiH*   !(<���<��� .Ived   I*.
When 1 was lea vim; Hartford for
Washington upon one occusion mj
wife said: "I have written a small
warning and put it In a pocket of your
dress vest. When you are dressing tc
So to the authors' reception at the
White House yeu will naturally put
y*MtT Angers in your vest pocket, a��
eording to your custom, and you wtll
And that little note there. Read lt
carefully and do as lt tells you. I
cannot be with you, at}d so I delegat*.
���iy sentry dutlet* to this little note. If
1 .hould gi-re you the warning by
word of mouth now It would pass from
your head and be forgotten in a fe****-
uluu.es."
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
inonth  for Quatsino and  way  ports; !
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quat- i
slno, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.   I
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  p.m. daily,
except Sunday.   Friday aud Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at i
7 a. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from    Vancouver    at   S    o. m��� 2nd
and  16th of each month,  calling at ���
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednee- |
day, from Vancouver   10   a.n_. every
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday ii a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m.    Friday 6 a.m.   Addl-
A Priceless Asset
-A. good set of teetti    contribute   greatly   to ���
one's  health   and  happiness.    They   add   much
to  the appearance and more to  the  digestion.
.Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
late.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY  NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)     $5 00
Gold   Crowns     $5.00
Gold Fillings      $1.00   up
Platina  Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
TENDERS
bia street, everv u^���.1 C(Wl
at 8 o'clock.
every
lay  ev
etiingl
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m. to  6 p.   m. Phone   2229
|  a. -          .       !
j tlonal trip Saturday leave Ladner at
i 5  p.m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. in:
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For  reservations  and   Information
call or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
a. J. COYLE.
Asst. Oen. Pass, Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Vlr torla.
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The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field Jfor
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in seated envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for New Cruiser for British Columbia,''
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
the following leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded _2 feet, and;
depth from top of keel plate to top of
beams at side 17 feet, and to be delivered at Victoria, B. C. *
Plana   and   specifications   of   this
steamer can be seen at the Depart- '
ment Of .Marine.-and Fisheries, Ottawa,
at the offices of the Collectors of Cuf
toins at Toronto,  Hamilton,' Colling-1
wood,  .Midland,  Vancouver and    Sydney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
Department, of Marine and Fisheries at
.Montreal,    Quebec,    St.  John,   N.   B.,
Halifax, N. 8., and Charlottstown, P,
E. I.
The same plans and specifications j
can be procured by application  from
the     Department,    of     Marine     and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May j
next and at the agency of the Depart-
ment of  Marine  and  Fisheries,  Vic- j
toria, B. C.
Each  tender  must  ue accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount ofl
the tender, which cheque will be for- j
feited if the person sending the    ac-!
cepted tender declines to enter Into a I
contract with the Department or fails i
to complete the steamer.   Tenders on
letter paper will he considered.
The Department does not hind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
A.   O.    U.    W���FRAQ.-n
-Meetings aiet.,^;^ No. ���
nay   in    earh    niemh      , Tue8*
brethren cordiallvinnv!L,visUi.e(
Lodge room, _t o. U w ^ Mt^a
-.fellows* bbck^ciag- g^Oddf
COURT BRUNETTP   w~~_
-Meets tb!.FoSh^"'.��W
month  at 8 o'clock.
ball, Oddfellows'
bloi I,
lr* 'he J
.MB'A.No.to
COURT ROYALCCLU.
thisLoFdi;Ta4^ '���':,";��*
and Fourth Tuesd      , *,    _Secoi>f
.at;8 p. m. m ff bn$Z^A
MATERNAL   ORUER   OF  EAGL ~
Aerle No. 20-Meets every Cal
evening at 8  ;,,  Mi . i:      .   ;      ���
ball,   Columbia
W' Prea'=  H' Bchofl,  UfcerijJ
THE   ROYAL TEMPLTrTaT^TT"
PERANCE*  ,,,,,        ,,   (j���VE"l
at  8  o'clock  p.  , '  rf
bail, Columbia street      U]'m���*
SONo OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT __.
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I, -1
CAMP,i9i^MeetsontbVnJ.
RfpTBSfeg^a,
I. O. O. F.-Royal City Lodge,
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall
umbia Street, every Friday eveni*
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethran wjj
be made welcome. J, g. LawrenJ
N. C; C. E. Osborne, P, g, recon
Ing secretary.
P08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nl
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. sT
Red Rose Degree meets Second aj
Fourth Wednesday of each mcratj
ln K. of P. Hall, fanlumbia St.,,
8 p. m., Wbite Hose Degree, Four!
Wednesday in each month, 6am
time and place.
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ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and -Alberta, excepting S and 2'J,
not reservod, may be bomesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
'.ion of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lauds -Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prOKy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plaus-
(11 At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for :hree years.
(-) A homesteader may, if be so
desires, ]_?rform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a home, ti ad entered for hy him
ln the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the falhir  (or mother).
H) The K-rm "Ticlnlty" in the two
preceding paragraph* is .defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive n' the width
of road allowances crossed in *he
measurement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land ows*
ed by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months* notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORV.
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior,
N. B.���Unautnomea publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Newspapers  copying this advertise-1 OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOClETIEl
De-'    include the Union Lodge, No. 9,
F, and A. M.; King Solomon LcdjJ
No. 17,  A.  F.  and A. M.|  L. 0.
.No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Odd
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. F.;C.j
F.,   Court Westminster,   No, B|
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nes' Nn,
ment without authority from the
partment will not be paid.
F. GOURDEAC,
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries.
Ottawa.  Canada.   14th   March,  1908-
English and American Billiard Ta-
bles, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
stock.
R.   H.
^^^^   CLIBURN
Phone A26DS. P.  a Box  ngB
Bowling Aiiey, Pender SL,
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel Stay ft
,  _. jj*
Co., Toronto.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post OfTic*'
Building, Victoria, B. C" will be received at tliis office until Wednesd iy,
April 22, 1908, inclusively, for the construction of the alterations to the Post
Office Building at Victoria, li. C.
Plans and specification can be seon
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to W 1-
liain Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unle.'i
made  on the  printed  form    supplied,! v��
and  signed with  their  actual    sigiiai-l-"
tures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter 3d
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendor
ing decline to enter Into a contract
when called ui*on to do so, or fail to
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C,   BA|
rister and Solicitor.   Cban
jers,    Canadian    Bank   of   Common
--.uildlng,  New Westminster, B. C.
w.
A.
WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,
Icltor,   etc.,    4_   Lome Sir'
opposite Court Hou.sc, New Y.e*t*_|
ster.    Phone 143.
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HITESIDE  &   EDMONDS, Ban
ters and solicitors, Blackle BJ
Columbia street,   New   Westmin
Whiteside, ll. l.. Edmonds,
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\RTIN & McQUARRIE, HAKRiJ
ters, solicitors, etc. Office?. N*
Westminster, Trapp Blockf coral
Clarkson and Lome streets. Vanco!
ver, rooms 21, 24, 446 Granville strei
Joseph -Martin, K.C., W. Q, McQuarrl
Consultations with Mr .Martin may
arranged at the Westminster effict5.
/"���EORGE E. MARTIN. Barrister ai
Complete the work contracted for.    U |��    ���S%.��^tX
the tender be not accepted the cheque   minster, B. C.
will be returned. \
The Department does not hind Itself | W. MYERS GRAY, Barr^r. Solid
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretarv.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March It), 190S.
and Notary Public, \v -iraCke sin|
1891 at New Wes-ru-"-*""* *c"
flees removed to C-rtis Block,Claj
son   street, opposite   Court Hou^
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
Newspapers wil! not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert, it without
authority from the Department.
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corner
streets,
F. HANSFORD.   Bsrrli|
Solicitor, etc., Cresci at nk"
Columbia     and     Mi'Ke��l
New Westminster B. '
Spokane falls S Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between al)
points east, west and south ��o Ross-
(land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
ft N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage fNily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
13.25 p.m.
9.40 s.m.
BOARD   OF TRADE- New \
ster Board of Trade   meets In
Board Room, City i ill, as folio'
each   ,110111
Third    Thursday   of
Quarterly   meetings   ou   tb
Thursday    of   February
August and  November,
Annual    meetings    on
Thursday   of   February.
members    may   he   proposed
elected at any monthly or quarte:
meeting.    A. E. White, 9��
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fit s p.
tbe   t"l
Day Train Arrive |
.. Spokane ���7.15 p.m. j
..Rossland ....4.10 p.m.I
... Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
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ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���M
THE      DAM. Y      NEWS
,   If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���-Carnarvon aud Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eigbih
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14-Columbia and  Dulterin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue fl"'1  ��� iy
24-.-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av����ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue ami BIlgBtn,
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
82���Agnes and Sixth,
34-Schaake Machine WorH*
85���Colrnnbia and McKensle.
36���C.P.R. Station.
42-Small & BnckHn W"*- g0O
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THE DAILY SEWS.
r��.-T ��i.->.f>*
Do
Intend Building?
-  ,  ;-   s no time like the pres,��-
_   .      .   5   however, very quits: :-_
fv:; '.,-.,- PROCRASTINATE unt!
-������ .:.-s: you will have ts prom
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-;s'. desirable proper: *
r _-;hasers BUT IN THE
"_  t"-'   ---*:  ti-zt; ���
; " s:  mud*   ;-;;-
:  .*     -:.;:-.
*   s where WE C<.\
-   *tt�� *.    5 apply to building operation,  at thii r.-.-onent.    LUMBER HAS  QONC   DOWN   t��  a  very   tt*k**t er
-���"-.���-   i     ;.- Meek lower and"more ivs  at _ than it wa* this tin-,*   ;.'. '.-a-    Wsm   nquiries and convince yoi
of do- ���
prospf-*'- -;
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.-- and the Pitt Mo-.r.a
the i*
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it, beyond the  least shae
.  names in order to ati
-very lot faces on a  _6
���:: small for your pu ���:
absurd.s j
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Ifeeprii -*char
SE  C =   .;5 s-ANCE TO YOU
" ," iVestni nstei    �����> e  -
ER1   HEAR? D.   THE BEST RESIDE
NO  snd  THIRD  AVENUES.    FACING ON THE  BF AUTIFIED PORTION OF CUEEN'S*- TARK,
-* Bee all the LACROSSE  ',- .-;
ne   ""'   **            - ; ' -   t I r-lan of tt�� property v.'-   Y ���       -   . ���: ent out and take �� .!���.  vou when you go to pick out your lot.
m or three and have        -. a_   _-...  _ __���__��____. --. _-_       ���
We havr b*t* even the EXCLUSIVE S.A.
'���' E -\ AWAY OUT IN THE .^a a^ a -.BS where it is necessary
SECTION OF THE CITY.
.-���oniman.-is a maenificient view ot
HES j   :. .*',-f- sports w.tho.i going out of the house.    Be MM t.- leal, m thpse lots before buying els*
ARE -HE ONLY   F
*       ;f a -Irontaje as you want.
"'���'    N THE CITY WHO CAN SELL
���--.. cannot aford to buy lots'acing on i*-i>  Park  look at tht  back  lots.
"HIS PROPERTY.
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T. E. Butters
Emory    Street
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANQED.
ALSO
lots and a house facing Fourth Avenue
between  Pine and Third  Sti.   Houie is seven roomed with modern improv.menli
One lo
t corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price.
$1200.
McQUARRIE & CO.
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...,.'r .-ihor
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irj  to >-.*  - .���-
Ut I    - et   -��������� ������-���*
���ars
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was .    V  weni ..a
*-.'.-:.. ',e ...v,wi_
and asSw ���    *���    I Die
animal.     *** s_   ibr   h.-.- ���  ���
.-���vi-. ,'-,-..',   ���   .��� .'.--..Tir-o^ from
. ��� .-:  -:.  .? .-���,,.-:-..    ;,   , .     ���
The   : ..tv,-.,   pot^ssi*.*   the   vweet
fits li rn.. ry\-\- ���' ���     '���   I   ivat
-,.- ,-.. .    .-   .-..i i.. re��cli
.    ...k'*' a  .re].  f.Mwar...    Bv
ilie ti Miif<l riVM"-.-! of .--aiii-lv
,:,-   1.,-H-a...   w**   off  Hit.
..   . ���-   .. .r.-.-v.   w-a.    heino   ve
snrnr-tl.
Co.ts Private Drive*.
���"Wo *JK ���     ���   '.*��� -. ft& ftottlft *|*>fi^1v
jj .,.-i,l pnvali*- e--i:-.,. ,.,i a lnil-
' l-.r,.   on,   *r,n-nie   (via.-*-*,
���    . :    .���iv.r.rtie a*, yel with
 v      i :..*vi*. is. f&t in-
.   ,- IV,^e nf 1.....       .'     tt :i,-.
a.   V The   privAte   ilm*
-... .   ftsfedte  ii   ��exrent>   il
���?:   nii,l   .���,������;    S* .-^l.tW   i,.
: ., . i ' , IViko e_ Avo>, 11 ha. at
| 11.\oi:*.i\ a pi:.air drive 08 ihe
! hanks ot ,.<vh Vym- ih.ai ,%---1 sit.
."..NO.000. an.l ihis drive h��__ *!v<*. ���-.*,
bQti ---hv; (hut were filiated hv
kifig* aii'l onerns. The Mar.pna ,.f
Axleshurx. 1 or,! (^verlaini, 1he Duk*
0_ WVsiniinsier and the l-nko 0.
l\n.m,shir<* al. own ).riv..lo diivea
thttt ..nsI .��� 1,000.000 m mure b.
hml.l/'-rh.hi.lelphia l.uHH.in.
S��ilamaii<l*r Quart! Qlaia.
QaaftS gift**, now ((. be manufso.
lured in large i-juanlitie.. ha<* many
"underfill niMporin1'-. It ean M
heAted i'i iii'arly l_..'00 degree. V
wilhiint n'M;.*-eahlv softonino. A
__ecl safe liavmg wtuddWi <if thii
material would melt lv;f.ire Ihe *��ir.-
do\Vl Ihomsolvo*. would he deairoxed
bj re. A lamp ohimney made of
ii ,-onhl hi* healod red hoi and
plunged into wr* watcM* without
erackiagi while a out glum, dish
nui.l.i of it rould ho n**('d to b&kf
a pudding without anv harmful ef-
f,-,i
Wi'elea. Torpedoet a.  B<.om��rar.<��.
Tho I'mli-d Slatos iww depart-
niont vi I'uUv oogm-iant of (lio work
done hv tin* wirelett torp^uoei Into.
i\ tested bj the Japaaeie g-ovorn-
tuonl. hul il ii not vol doridod
\iliolhor or uol thov will ho adontod
hv tKti oounln . Hi. admitted thnt
the loi|iodoo*. ��io oontrollod hv the
UerttiftB .Mtvoi. Imi dm ipiostion
with our navy ihmartmont is wholh-
or iutorforing lloilzinn wnvo-. from
Iho onomv rould not turn thorn to
tho dost mot ion of tho ��hip which
l.unohod thotn,
Word .iMuqllnq
Brande.    Mntthow.    pomotimc*.
trait,   bit  t'olumhian   pupils   to  a
i-omowhiit bewildering ovhihition of
word juggling. I lo \\n= giving l'.i_
Mngli.h litoratuio , ln��.p a hriof dif>-
.oilalion on a oortnin living aulbor
,\lio.o works lio dors mil grout ly nd*
miio. "Uo may hnvo takon a four
voar oourso in iRiiurnnoo," said I'ro-
fossor Mntthown. "hut. !\o must have
boon born vory ignorant, too. for
nl bis parly ngp bo ooubl not pnssi-
lilv hnvo floipiirod nll��llio iguotano*
ho  pHSSOSSOS."
A Two Bidad Nawtpapar,
ThO Oddest _lQWtpAH6. in tlw
World in "in- nninoil Imp Woobon-
lilntt, which is pubUfhod in Oninin-
gon, n siiiiill I own nf piiiiio t.'.OO in-
iinliitnnls iu the cniiton of [&U_.dhi
in Switzcilniid.    11 is tbi< only news-
II ui
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Front Street
SOLE AGENTS POR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
Sate...
a- iu
S|ima.
daily.
a.11.1
���""y; s.'
in-.
1 hy C. P. R. train at 8:35
: close 8 a. m.
'���I Soattle. via Huntlngil .n
'  No.   l,   dally   except  Sun
i^-rton   No.   1,   daily  except
Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C Bum
Co., 7:46 a. m.:
Vancouver, No, l, dallyexctpt Sn
days.   Ufitiirn mall rec.elv��4 10 am
Dispatched hy C.N.U. -rnln, S45a.ra..|
Clowdalo,    NiootneW, Port Kellv
Haialmert,    Ball's   PraJHa    Bonar-
cord, Blalns and BoatOa  I
In   Washington   nnd   mmtb
ra_lwa} i ll   WO   pm.   Uonacord Wednesdays [ Dispatched by carrier, llU o. tn.!
.ml Baterdays,
Clayton. T-ifSitays and Thur..dayi;
Tyneh-ii. Wtdneadsys and Sa'.ur-
tays. Return mail received Mondays
ind Frt'laya.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
,0 t. m-*.
al��o  all      Vancouver No. 2;   Victoria, No. 1;
dally ex-   Caatral   Parle,   dally  except  Boaday.
points in taatern **��*>. ^   R��nni mall reeel*^ tU I fJO.
cept Sunday.    Return malls r
K-Ht. Burnaby, dally except Buuuay
ftetiirn mall, received at Iff A |��. m.
Dispatched by carrier 11 '00 noott:
Tlmherland, Strawberry Hill, Tuea-
days nhd Fridays. Return mulls re*
celved Tuesdays and Friday*.
Dispatched by C. P. R. moat 1:30 p.m.
dally  (closes dally at the sa_n��
time dariat winter ���nonths:
UdMT,    WwAham    Island,    Port
Oiilcbnh, Btereston, flunbury. dath
p��cp[it Buadiiy. Return malls received from 0 a. tn. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Batur
day. Return t_all on Wednesdays and
rjaisiNaya ^ .
', Buraabj.-pike., Retort mall e
3 p.m.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyt-*p4 n. ��.:
To southern points, v^ailj. aiMp-
Sunday,   feeturn mail ��'p. 'fcx:
papsf in Iho pllOO nml is nl OHs nod
Ibn   sntiiii   tltflO   the   urgnii   of   tha
Liberal Coniorvitivei nml Hip ft*
I'inl Demoonts,   Pages I ami B \>e
long to Hip tiberall ami nngos 3 and
I Iii the Min-ialists, and tlin two parlies nbusn ono nnotbeT heartily In
Its pages.
Country Daetors Dying Out.
The country dor-tor i,. rapid I j Ym-
romiii^ eittinct as a species. The
men one meets at their ��a*tt*t\*M
look, dress, talk and act*, as I lie men
do at any meeting of city physicians,
The papers presenloil are ipiite up
to the city standard, the dlsctWiiotii
markedly above those of tlie fit/
men. The surgical experiotucs related would astonish soma men vliti
-hm. the oily dli_llc_ nml oliniciittl
do nil of Ihis work or nf least nit
that is well done. ��� Knnsni* City
Star.        	
Nine Qrsat Ship Canals.
There are nine great ship catiali
in tho world, nnd all of these Inno
been built within tho last .-.tenlf-
flve years. They are the Hiiet canal, tho Ctoflstadt mid St. feterii-
burg canal, the Ooriiith eannt, th*
Manchester ihip canal, the Kai.ef
Wilhelm, the Kibe and Trite, th*
Wetland and the two oinals con-
iwcting Lake Superior s*I^Ult*
Huron, between
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CHE  DAILY   NEWS.
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MONDAY, MAY 18,
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
ALL   KINDS OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the   best  quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
facial, ecalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement rnig ud A 339.
ENGLISH BARRISTER
ORDERED SCREENED
Drastic Punishment Visited
on Thomas Sutherest fori
Unbecoming Conduct.
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salt*. Insia on having WINDSOR
SALT. 1��sw
London, May IT.-���A sensation   woe i !���;
created in social and legal circles at i V
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a meeting ol' tne benchers of the Inner Temple Friday evening, wlie-i
J'-iomas Sutherest, father of tha beautiful Marchioness of Townsend, was
ordered screened, which means that
Sutherest has heen disbarred, notice
of disbarment being "displayed on
seiljens in all  the  inns of court    in
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WELSH'S ��
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
�� LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
London.
No such drastic punishment has
heen visited on any London barrister
in several decades. Sutht=rest will be
unable to practice law hereafter in
any court under the British flag.
The social and professional stigma I Sj
created by the disbarment is deep.      i >}
Thu Benchers of the Inner Temple, j !���!
which  is equivalent to the executive j j��!
AND SAVE
MONEY
Everything Nice and
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New Things  in
Picture Post Cards ��
and Souvenirs at
J. J. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      MEWS DEALERS
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committee of the American bar, have
been investigating Sutherest's conduct
as a barrister when be appeared iu
behalf of his daughter. For a week ;���;
many meetings of the benchers have | V
been held, Lord Justice Bucknell pre- | tj
siding.
The benchers -examined Sutherest's
conduct thoroughly, inquiring minutely
into the circumstances of Sutherest's I >J
��� negotiations for the marrying of Iiis
daughter to the half-witted Martinis,
which created a scandal.
Since the Marquis' "last appearance
In court Sutherest has been managing
his estates. Now the court has removed him from their management,
appointing General Sir Redvere Buller.
3 cqns Corn for   .    25c
Smyrna Figs, 3 lbs. 25c |
Quaker   Brand  Tomatoes    are    the
best    .    . 15c per tin |
7 cans for $1.00
C.A. WELSH
lhe People's Grocer
fU.NIT.ll_ STORE IS
FLOODED KY VISITORS
P. S.-3 pounds of Creamery
Butter for $1.00. (j
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OOKSLEY'S
(Continued  flora Page One.)
j of the water colors showing good rar-
! t.itie perception, and china cabinets
for iiousing bric-a-brac are not neg-
i iected. .Ul the ncessaries of baby-
! nood, go-carts, etc., can be bought for
I reasonable  iigures,  and  i.i   fact   none
MAYDAY
Picture Post Cards
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
F.   MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE,
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and   j
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
Series  consist  of the  Crowning of
the   Mav   Queen,  the   Hospital   Ward
of the endless wants of    the    young   ,,.l)ml   collection committee,  and   va-
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��� Have you examined our stock of CUT CLASS?   We have now <m
��� exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried In the city
��� We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all
��� other lines.    A piece of the Pickard  Hand-Painted   China   will  make
J   a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our fljbods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th��'""'"
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i couple furnishing need    remain    unsatisfied so far as assortment is cou-
icerned.    Mr.  Lee has also    made    a
speciality of parlor furniture    In    ail
lines.
Upper Floors.
In : In.', carpet and linoleum floor, of
which .1.   VV.   livid, late of the Hud-
: sou's  Bay company,  Vancouver,    has
rious views of the procession.
ing locally articles    winch    have    In
many cases hitherto been only    purchasable at Vancouver, or more distant commercial centres.
The Proprietor.
Mr. Lee is  in  himseif an example
charge, there are all varieties of floor of what industry and perseverance
I coverings. The populai squares, in will do for ���. man. He is full of busi-
| Brussels, Axminster, Wiltons, velvets ' ness energy and acumen, and to an
land-Moquettes, are on sale in endless j engaging manner adds grace and
i design, and in juice graduated to the ' courtesy. His connection with the
! means of the modest man, and in the furniture business in .N'ew Westmin-
l linoleum line, of which the proprietor later goes back to four years ago, when
|claims to have the largest ever seen   Ire acquired  the Standard    Furniture
in the city, a challenge which    may [company's slock, and remained in the
easily go uncontradicted, there are
every variety of printed and inlaid designs.    Attention should be drawn  to
Dupont block till recently. At thai
time the value of the stock was about
$(.000, and there were two regular em-
PlansforYourBuilding
can be better and more quicklv
carried out if we supply the
building materials. As we
handle only standard grades the
worfc is surer, stronger and goes
along without a hitch, If you
were building every day you'd
know our materials a>e the best
to use. Take the hint and buy
where experienced builders do,
which is here.
|   Other requirements for the ibedroom
i include a large stock of mattress  in
i every class of goods, including cotton,
felt, and  combination    blankets    and
[sheets.   Mr. Lee may be congratulated
ion gathering together one. of line besl
all round slocks in any line of business in  New Westminster, and It is
up now to the people of tbe city anil
I neighborhood to   ihow thai there    is
some   Justification   for  a   man   laying
oui his capital In tho district, by buy-
<::SilZZ&S!S&ja*
A BIG I
Lace Curtain
SALE This Week
200 Pair of Nottingham Lace Cui
tains, on Sale Tuesday
Morning
$1 ���2 5> per
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than the lace curtain section.   Our curtains are Imported direel tron
one of Hie largest manufacturers In England, Patterns ai
curtains are all fresh and clean.   An immense overstoc   o
necessities our baking vigorous action to reduce stock to proper proportions,    Kxceptiona!  values await those who maj  de In      ?,- ������
lowly priced curtains.    These curtains are 3 and 3% yards long and
.5 to 60 inches wide.    Regular values are $1.35    to   $1.7...   On   sail
Tuesday morning, per pair  $1.25
A Sale of Everyday Table Napkins
10c Each
Twenty dozen of pure linen table napkins. Size 2u by 20 inches, in
a variety of patterns usually sold  in  the  dozen  lots,  bm    can   be
liought singly during this  sale if desired.   A special sua]) ai $1.50 pi
dozen.   On sale Tuesday, each 10c
W.S.ColIister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
<Re LONG DISTANCE
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TELEPHONE Puts
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Nana, mos
J JLadySmith'
Crofto
Blaine.
the art goods, and in curtains, lace,   ployees.   Now b\> has quite $75,000 In ''
1 ed spreads and so on there is   suffl-   the new building, and twenty perman-
clent to gratify    the  most    exacting   ent names on the pay rool, under thej|
taste. 1 management,   of   F. Davis,   formerly
with the Edwards Furniture company,
Portland, Oregon.
American Aeronauts Challenged.
London, May 17.���Special dispatches
from Paris announce thai Henry Par-
iiiiin, the English  aeronaut  who holds
the aeroplane record In Lhal *country,r|
has challenged the Wrlghl brothers to ;
an aeroplane contesf in France for a
slake of $,'000.
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.VERETT
ATTLE
\
gilley bros. Westward, Ho!
LIMITED
TENDERS WANTED
WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   RAILWAY
Tenders will be received, by the undersigned up to Monday, May 18th,
1908, at 12 o'clock noon, for the clearing, grading, etc., of the first section,
12 miles, New Westminster to Cloverdale, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to 5 per cent, of amount of tender must accompany all bids.
Specifications and all other information can be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tender net necessarily accepted.
May 4, 1908. *
CHAS.   GARDEN,   C. E.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B. C. New
\\ / E are now at home in
    our new offices, two
blocks farther West, in the
Westminster  Trust   building,   corner    Columbia    and *
Lome streets.
F. J. HART & CO.
LIMITED
Weatminater,    Vancouver    and   Chilliwack,   B. C.
T__ne|Is Money-Don't Travel, Just Talk
FOR SALE
A      BEAUTIFUL     HOME     ut
Stinnyslde, Port Moody. Large
eight room cottage, 31 feet by 44
feet, one acre of land cleared,
about forty bearing fruit, trees,
good vegetable garden in, stable,
boat and wharf. Will sell house
furnished or otherwise. Price
furnished
$2,300
Terms, very easy.
A good list of fruit, farms to suit
all, "Apply to
Edward W. Powell
PORT HAMMOND, B. C.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Building Fisheries CniW
for British Columbia.
The time for rWelvlng'tender'ifcrl
the British Columbia ��'-;.C '''l)f
will  be extended  from  the nn
Mav until the First of June next
V. GOtJRDBAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine nnd ^^
Ottawa, April 22nd, 1908.
R, MILES & CO
Plurals, Gas and Hot Water fitters, 0c
at-
Hipt.it. of all kinds gWf ispec��
tention. Sewer connections mane.
Moderate Charges. Pboaj ^
Front St New Wectmlnster

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