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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME
NUMBER US.
PANAMA CONDITIONS    INDIAN TROOPS FACE   I
GHEAUYJMPROVED   EPIDEMIC Of CHOLERA
Taft Returns from Trip to Black Plague More Serious
Isthmus-Wdrk Progress-     Than  Rising  of Warlike
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White, Shiles & Co
r       REAI, ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
TUESDAY  MORNING, MAY  19, 1908.
TEN  CKNTS PER WEEK.
IR MEIER CHARGES WILL    �� and roge^ wesiminsierites view
BE EQUALISED AT EARLY DATE
PAT BORDEN ON blu" *<!��� nil VALLEY COAL
ing Rapidly Now.
Tribes
men.
charlesi m, S.   C,   May   18.-r-Secn
I \\... vvilliam ll- Taft arrive l
Panama at noun today uu
after
tary
bere fi
board ii.   crulser  Pralria u"a
. ,v hours in tlie city, du:
Simla,    May    18.���On    approachin
Kbani --lay. tin-  pickets    ol
'*"���' ���      Wil oi   ������   force  bad   a   ���������
 ,i   ���.-.-..,.. . '���    Bsbl wl  . Hohamed
, a:. .;.  time he    was    met    an i     ' " ���   ag   which   the   Briti h
,        a number of officials   and >''    ten    killed    and I
tor  V. ashlngton at 0:.*,;, "' >und< d
,( m    . ... ���:,.  Atlantic Coast line.
���jecreuu") Taft talked freely wiih regard to -'-I" ral conditions In Panama,
,,,,    ai i thai  he did not wish to be
Quoted imi such matters as the relations i ( the United States and Panama, which  had   heen    suggested    as
5 p0ssibii  i*eason tor his trip,
would not discuss  the  comln
Uons to be held  in Panama.
Isthmus now presents,
appearance net unlike a   factory   or
mill village, or  some  succession    ot
Tillages, clear across, and the lights |a week ag0 was SCllt int�� lbt' cholera
at night aud the noises    too,    might <
_t.;i oik- awake, if not tired enough I
New Gas Company's By-Law Will Be Read  at Next Meeting    Arrangements With B.C. Telephone Company
Not Acceptable to City Solicitor -Wharf
Scheme Turned Down.
Opposition Leader, Wearying of Obstruction Tactics,
Receives Support.
The city  council  was  mainly  con--
I iasl evening with routine busi
tbreak of clinic
i"   ��� I    lu    withdrawal  of ni arly    all
troi      with  M        General
Wilr<Hi,,- flrsl column into the i hob ra
r.amp,   'I he Inti use hi at,   nd the absence of running water necessitating
'"'!" ���'��� : ������ --   on   the   muddy   village
nd he ; *iat6r  ,njk,'s the danger of a cholera
siec. epidemic very Berl us.
"The     London, May 18.���An official   tele-
he  said, "an Sram recelved by the India office reports 27 deaths from  cholera in  the
regiment of Minister Fusiliers, which
:������       the only question which called
. om-   -1".' - ��� i ial attention being the wa <
nol
md
an er charges, and the adoption of a
.: Ion setting the Bcale ol ohargi _
i a .i new  basis.    The city solicitors
reported    on    the  11.   C.   telephon
monopoly, and the future of the situa
t.ou.
The special committee appointed t<
opinion that the company    was
csklng anything out of the way
the city solicitors did noi  follow thc
attitude of the council in the matter,
Mclnnes  Street Wharf.
Aid.  Jardine reported   with regard
io the proposed lease 0r a portion of
Mclnnes street to W.  A.  Gilley for a
I wharf that the committee considered
the city should nol enter   into   any
agreement     Aldermen    Shiles    and
I Henley  further explained  the reasons
'. why the. committee had so decided, lt
tuns.der the report of the chairman  was felt  thai    the city    Bhould    not
to sleep well."
Secretary Taft was the guest ol
Col. Goetbals. chairman of the commission, ai Cule.ra, and from hi.
window, be said, the scene was mos*.
Interesting. The health of the canal
zone is now excellent, the houses gen.
enally are protected with screens and
the people seem comfortable and
happy, Labor conditions have greatly
im i ������ : in all departments and the
use of Spaniards seems to have star ���
ed ii rivalry with those ai work previously thai will be good tor the ad-
.-:.'��� Hli nl of work.
SPARER WILL DEF.
Comments   of   New   Publication   Will
Be Unrestricted  and  Fearless-
Judges   Will   Be   Cr.ticized.
mm 	
camp from Major General Wilcocks'
force now operating against ths
Hohameds.
EXPENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS
AT BANlf TOURIST RESORT
Two   Million   Dollars   Will   Be   Spent
on Attractions and Additions to
Big C.P.R. Hotel  in   Rockies.
Revejstoke, li. C., .May 18.���What
promisee to be one of the most prosperous seasons ever experienced at
Banff, has now practical iy opened.
\v. Danforth, manager of the C. P.
R,   hotel,   has   arrived  at   the   liioun-
libel laws oe ENOLAND|r;::;r:;rr,r;,.::::;;1.;;';
to lour.sis and others ou Thursday.
For the past two or tnree weeks the
Sanitorium, which is open all tlie
year round, has beeu lilled nearly
every day with tourists, ptlnclpauj
lrum Xew Zealand and Australia. Aa
a rule visitors from the antipodes
usually begin��tu arr.ve at Banff iu
���'.ulvauce. of those iiolu other par s or
the world.
Loudon, Mny i.s.���According to the
noanclal .News arrangements art* being made to publish au English dally
newspaper, the chief feature of which
"ill be an .a..solute defiance of l.bel
laws,.
!| Will publish Ooinnu ir of any kin.;
'aiJ0Il anj person, will deal with such
Sty scandals and ru-.aii.l_. gOSfllp with
uwestral-nej frankness, not congealing
tliu
Of the water committee on the different services >at the saw mills, the increase In the minimum charge by
meter io household and business services, tive increase in tbe rate by
meters of irrigation services, the increases In the manufacturers' nt:-.
aud the increases in certain meter
'ivnis, reports rocommenling as follows:
1. Tha. the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
- -nd offices in connection .vith saw
mills or other industries supplied at
the Bpecial manufacturers' rate, De
charged at the household meter rate.-.
Thai all sawmill stables ibe charged
Bl  the schedule  rate per horse.
1.    That the minimum charges    lo
household    meter    (services    be    increased to $1.85 per inonth, subjecl I
the usiiiul lebate.
,3   That the ni illinium meter chargj
.<_  business meter    services    be   lit-
leased to $2, BUbject to the usual ie-
i ate.
���1. That th�� irrigation rate by meter
U increased to 2o cents per 100 cubi.
feet.
... That the meter rent for one-hai:
land three-quarter meters b<e 25 ceu'.s
j per month nett.
:    aid. .Tolmstotl proposed    a    motion
that the  report lie on the  table for
next year's C. iJ. K. "estimates will
Pioviut' tor renovations, alterations
an.j- additions to the C. P. R. Hotel
] at au expense of about |2,0t)0,000, and
I when all are completed Banff will be
able to boost of. one of the most mag-
names or most Intimate detail^ itaoent hoUjB jn aij Canada.
CtaBee before tfc0 law courts onwhlfctt R ,8 (M>. iboliCVed that If tho pro
<-%*..���,.>��� |a not .allowed win bv His-11K)sed impr0vements were carried out
<���"*��.! .,-aidless of the HW in a | tne business whlcli woultt Ifesult would
���ftnuei- "calculated to take the cm-is
out ol the counsels' wlss." Judges
���>U be criticised n* freely as wltness-
*���'���*��� ll the latter are regarded as com
et week, ibut Aid. Shiles opposed de-
It is reliably reported in Banff that.   .....  iand 0_.  divlslon the motion  was
Hutting perjury they will be pilloried.
Therefore the   paper's  -conductors
��""i" ���- to avoid prosecution or sup-
1,1' * ion ol their sheu by printing It
:" Belgium or Prance   and  mailing
a their  English  subscribers.
ri'>'i'- will be no offices ln England.
:     :"-- office refuses 'o circulate
���a< . a k i in wrappers the copies wlH
" ''" losed in envelopes.
fully justify the Immense outlay be-
1 cause for the past two or three years
j thousands of tourists have been unable to secure 'ho accommodation.,
they desired, nnd thousands of others
have been unable to secure any at all.
Many Improvements, principally at
lhe Lake Louise ('ballet, were carried ou.  during Lthe winter    mouths.
lost. The report was then taken clause
by clause. There was considerable
discussion on each clause, mainly with
a view to consider how the proposed
changes would affect the consumers
iu detail. The mayor, answering a
Question, said that the manufacturer..'
rate was ten cents per 100 cubic feet;
about cost price. Ultimately the report was adopted as It stood.
The Telephone Question.
With reference to the agreement
with the B. C. Telephone company,
the city solicitors, Martin &. McQuarrie, wrote-. We herewith beg to
return thc agreement submltte i hy
the British Columbia Telephone Co.,
Ltd., as to the city agreeing nol   to
alienate the ends of streets, and also
if Mr. Gilley obtained a lease there
might be some difficulty about other*.
using the wharf, besides the citv
would not so much require a wharf to
unload stone, as they had anticipated.
Aid. Henley urged that the city shoul 1
bold on to the wiater lot on that
street, as it would become of increasing value in the future.
Applications.
The church managers of St. Andrew's diew attention to the dangi r-
ous condition of the sidewalk on
Blackwood street alongside tho
church. They suggested a cement
walk,, for which they were prepared to
pay their share, if auy change was
made. This was referred to the boar 1
of works for action.
S. (;. Tidy, florist, applied for a
water connection with the high level
main, the present service from tha
supply tank at Moody square vicing unsatisfactory to him, being ready to
supply the fittings. This was referred also to the board of works,
Nicholas N'elson, of Lulu Island,
sought permission to cut bay on the
city property on Lulu island. This
communication was sent to the finance
committee, with power to act.
Tbe Canadian Wcstinghouse Co.,
Ltd., asked the council to purchase for
$6" the 2-tl ..lower lamps at. |2&.60
each, and an extra holder now last-tiled in the city hall for test. This
was sent to the finance committee.
A petition sought the opening up of
Alberta street to Richmond street, and
this was referred to the board of
works to report. The proposed subdivision of the Holmes estate was
aprnoved,    as    submitted    by  White,
8hlli._ & CO.
Miscellaneous.
The mayor asked Alderman Gar-
ratt if the work In connection wilh
ihe interior of the library w.as In hand
and was told that the alderman had
asked a plasterer to visit the library,
and   report. .    **
The condition of Sapperton pleasure ground came ln for discussion,
and it was urged that the users of ths
park  must    be more careful  if   the
Ottawa, May 18.���Premii r Etobllti
arrived In the capital mis morning,
following on the heels of Hon. Ruben
Rogers, who  rem bed here  Saturday.
Both came full ol  Eight, and el
to urge Mr. Borden uol to yield i u-
lota on the election bill issue. Mr.
Borden met Premier Roblin in the
Russell hoiel tins morning, and ll la to
be presumed that necessary amount
of stiffening was injected Into the
Conservative leader by the bosses behind the present obstruction of parf
liiamentary business, Mr. Borden announced at 1 o'clock today that the
situation had not changed.
The debate on the election bill cm
tinned this afternoon, with both sides
holding firm, Galliher taking up   tha
argument for   the    government, and
Armstrong for the opposition.
A Conservative caucus will be hi Id
tomorrow morning, at which the qui *
tion will he threshed out us lo
whether or not to carry on the present uncompromising light to 'he bi
tir end. The feeling is growing.lamoim
some of the opposition members thai
there is a danger of overdoing the
1 resent obstruction, and the fear thai
when the public sees the real Issue
now dividing the two parties and appreciates the fairness of the offer
made by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the demand for fair play and' reasonable
ness on the part, of the opposition
may ibecome too strong to resist.
Party of Royal City Residents
Join Vancouver Business
.Men in Inspection Trip.
KING NAME IS ANXIOUS
TO CHOOSE HIS OWN BRIDE
Boy Ruler Does Not Approve of State
Arranged Alliance When  He Is
One  of   Principals.
Among the large party of Vancouver
business men who visited the- Xi.cila
Vallej   coal  and  Coke    Co.,    Ltd.'s,
mines   al   Middiesboni,   Nicola   \ alley,
on Sunday wire several \ew Westminster residents, Including A. ��0.
While, M. M.ntin. M, .1. Phillips, P.
O. Bllodeau, E. II . Sands. Drs. \v.
.1 .   Hacking and   \ .  .1 .   Holm- s.    Tliey
travelled by a special train de luxe,
pui ,n the disposal of the directors
by the 0. P. R., who senl S. I'renter,
assistant to the superintendent of the
Pacific division, to take charge of the
comfort of the passengers. Some 118
men met ill the O. P. R. depot, Vancouver at 2 p.m. on Saturday, and
reached the mine-, at. daybreak on
Sunday morning. Accompanying tbo
party were the president of the company, John Hendry, the vice-president,
W. H. Armstrong, and several of the
directors. The superintendent engineer. Bruce It. Warden, and the mine
superintendent, Alexander Ftaulds,
showed the visitors over the mines,
which run into the hillside direct
from the little mining community's
houses In  the valley.
The company owns some 2660 acres,
and has built quite a village on the
townsite, including every accommodation for the men. The seams run up
to 18^4 feet in thickness, and the
party walked for nearly two milcw
through a continuous bed of bituminous coal of workable depth. After nn
���Inspection of the mines the party
were taken forty miles down the val-
ley to see. its rich agricultural possibilities. They returned to Vancouver
In time for breakfast on Monday. Tt
may be mentioned that tho directors
toofc Up several valuable silver mips
for presentation at the Victoria Day-
sports In the valley, and lhat the
products of the Royal City mills were
seen in tho ready-made houses which
house this small mining community.
���Hew
service ! grass is to grow there, as people us-
���V1ANY   FINE  COUGARS ARE
KILLED BY ISLAND HUNTERS
Victoria, May 18.���One of the most
interesting conns of sport on Vancou-
'''' 'aland is that of shooting panther.
A number have been killed of late,
a"d the skins have provided fine tro-
|lll]l *; Not only tuata, ibut the sum of
a��een dollars collected from the gov-
"ril"i'nt as a bounty proves quite lu-
Cluli'"'. Oue of the most recent klim
" i��'prted is that of Mr. Chlsholm, of
'"U'-ans, who shot one a few days ago
al)ont live miles from the town. He
rePorts that the number of bears,
W(jlv"�� and panthers In that district
8eeo>s   to  be  increasing.
While on his reoent trip to the north
*'"" of the island F. M. Kelly killed
Uv<> fine cougar, tho skins of which
"'��� brought home with hlm. He killed
">( in aloug shore on the north arm of
Inatslno sound.    Mr. Kelly made a
ri''   ir"o   Nnhwlttl   lake,   where     he
^''-'d about   thirty  hog Iron  clalim.
He
any other    telephone
The big event of*the summer in theL]0ng streets from which the com- ]tog the park have done iriaoh damage
Seii.irks will be the meeting <>: the L^y rera0ves its poles. We do not to the new sod. The carelessness ���,'
Canadian Alpine dub, near the Qlacler minis this is a proper agreement tor j poultry rearers In allowing chickens
house,  early  in July, 'the City  to  sign   in  its  presenl   BhapJ   I"   run   was   also   the   su  jeei   of  dis
 1������  I in least.   According to the telephone Ousslon,
company's own argument they   haw |    Alderman  Fader, chairman of the
under their charter absolute right W
 ,-,,,.,1-lace their poles along any street OT
TO BE CALLEB IN QUUTION ��>�� ��*. .-��"���������" ��*�� ���
LIQUOR SEUJNIi IN lEHS
An important case arising from the
crusade against the clubs ln the city
selling liquor is scheduled to come up
on a date to be fixed this week, a
test case being taken against the
Mainland Club, limited, three informations having been laid against
the club, the president and the secretary. The question of the legality
of the club supplying liquor seems to
depend u|ion the wording of the
charter, which gives the Incorporated
company power to buy, sei
and deal
"'ixnl. having seen a number of
"'    in   the   neighborhood,   but    they
J*i"e not  |n   v,,rv    KO()(1    condition.
'"'���   were  simply   stragglers,   there
^'^e no ibBnBs,
in nil kinds of provisions required by-
persons using the club, liquor and
solid. The companies act under
which the prosecution Is proceeding,
does not permit, a Club to sell liquor,
and thc court will thus have a knotty
point, to decide. Not unnaturally
much depends upon the decision of
the court, nnd the outcome will ho
watched with Interest by temperance
societies, and other clubs, who mav
he involved if the case goes against
Ihe Mainland ailub.
mission from the municipal authorities Now admitting that their pro-
I osition ls correct, while as a matter
of fact we do not agree with them, it
might be that some other compan-*
���?ould, at some future time, obtan
the same powers as they have, an',
come along and place their poles oi
the streets, and the,council not be
..ble to prevent them. The -agreement
i ight be modified to read that th i
city would not give any permission l_
.Tt.y other company for any telephon j
_-rVlces along or across such streets
lough overhead wires. We think
���valid also be only fair if the dt'
e ters into this agreemen*1 that tin
Tv lephone company should agree n >:
to replace the poles that are so re-
"vovetl at any future time, wc thl_>-��
r so that some limit should be fixed a*
to the part of the streets from which
the poles will be removed. We do not
suppose that it ls proposed for Instance to remove the polee from the
whole length ,of Columbia street The
letrer was referred to   the   HghtlB*
health committee, said he had visl'ed
the Isolation hospital, anil found everything very satisfactory. The. inside plastering had been well done.,
and the connection with the waterworks had been completed that afternoon. If any outbreak should occur,
he thought they would be prepare I
with a suitable building 'o deal with
the case.  '-
The Gas  By-Law.
Alderman Johnston Intimated thin
he should propose tht; by-law enabling the Royal City Gas Improvement
Co. to commence business In the city
at the next mcetlig.
The olerk read the correspondence
with the Dominion government, and
otherB, with regard to compensation
for damage to the Lulu island bridge
by the collision at the launching of
the Kings Edward dredge. The case
was being considered iby the Dominion authorities. Another of the parties repudiated responsibility, and the
letter was referred to the city solicitor.
Alderman Johnston reported that
the extension of the market was readv
for the committee to examine, with
LlSUon, May IS.���The Mundo pr.ir-
,i story about King Manuel's attach
ment for the young daughter of a
.ady in waiting to Queen Amelie which
threatens to disrupt the matrimonial
I lans which were made for him. King
Carlos and Queen Amelie were fully
aware ol the fondness of Manuel,
when a prince, for the girl, who Is
connected with the highest Portuguese
nobility, but they considered it Simply
a childish fancy.
Since Prince Manuel's unexpectel
accession to the throne a sult&bla
alliance with an European royal hous,
is regarded as a necessity of stats.
C.ueen Amelie and the Duke of Oporto
have been casting about to Hnd au
available princess, both favoring ono
of British extraction because of thc
cose relations between the countries.
.V few days ago they were openly cai
'iisslng the mailer In the king's pi*e<
ence, when, to their great surprise,
be suddenly announced his unaltsrsiblu
choice for his early  love,    and    pr ��-
claimed his determination either   to
marry  her or nobody.
Remonsllance.,  on  Ilie    ground    of
reasons ot sate were without effect, I
ami, .us a oonsequenoo, the   lady   In |
walling and her daughter wil he ask-
rd to go abroad, In Ihe hope lhat a
long separation will cure the king of
this boyhood love.
SIX TENDERS RECEIVED
FOR CLOVERDALE SECTION
Six tenders for the grading, clearing, etc., of the first portion of tho -
Westtninster-ChllHwack branch of the
B. 0. B. R. roads were received yesterday morning by Charles Garden, C.
EC., at the Vancouver office of the
company, each envelope containing tr
marked check for five per cent, of th-j
amount of the tender, according to the
terms of contract.
The names of the tenderers have
not been made public. The successful contractor will not be known until about the end of the week. when,
an official announcement will be mude
by the general manager of the Done
pany.
The  awarding  of the contract,  wil!
be Immediately followed   hy   active
operations between this cily ani
Cloverdale,   twelve   miles   dislant,     it
being the intention of ths B, C. k. R.
company to complete ihis portion ofl
the Hue before taking up active work
on tha sections beyond Cloverdale.
lt was resolved lo meet aad look over
the situation.
Tho reports of the vtsrloiis committees dealing with payment of bills
were  read aud  adopted.
IB. Edgar Baker, president, on behalf of the Baptist Young People's
Union, ot the First Baptist church,
Vancouver, applied for permission to
use Queen's park for a picnic on Victoria Day. The request was granted,
under the supervision of the park
committee, but the m*yor reminded
the oaincll that the first lacrosse
match was scheduled for that day,
when there would be a charge. The
clerk was instructed to advise that
such were the conditions, and the
party must arrive by a certain time
If they were not to be charged admission.
The Council adjourned till Wednesday week, as next Monday laWtetorla
committee, AW. Gray expressing   U.3 a view to arrange the Interior, nnd j Day.
A Caee of Leprosy.
Austin, Man. May 1I..-.V finnost*
mlsslonary visited here Sunday un-*.
told the rvsidents that one ot the
Chinamen had leprosy. Dr. Cutsett:.
was called, mnd after an examination
wired Health Officer Hassan!, who
pronounced it leprosy of two yeara*
standing. The federal authorities wene
notified. .Meanwhile the victim ia
closely quarantined. It. Is impossible
to get much information from the
Chinaman who speaks little English,
but admits he has .een diseased two
years. He could not Bay how long be
has been in Canada.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDA
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Emmet Dcn_more.
Bmmel Densmore, physician and inventor, was horn in Crawford
county, Pa., May 19, 1837, and received his early education in the
public schools of that county. After spending two years ai Allegheny
college be attended New York university medical college. In HSti2,
with bis two brothers, Jie developed on Oil creek, Pennsylvania, one
of the lir-*: successful oil wells, and the brothers invented and Introduced the Brsl tank cars by which oil was shipped to the seaboard.
He was connected with his brother James in the developmenl of one
oi the flrsl successful typewriters and In the early 70s he .mis the
Brsl to introduce thai labor-saving machine in England.
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This Date in History.
MAY 19.
1688���Spanish Armada sailed from the
Tagus for England.
1785���-John Wilson ("Christopher
North"), Scotch writer aud
poet. born. Died April '.'>. 1.S54.
lTiu)���Israel I'littiani. American Revolutionary hero, died In Connecticut. Horn in Massachusetts, Jan. 7, 1817.
1705���Johns Hopkins, American financier and philanthropist, born.
Died Dec. 24, 1873.
1802���Napoleon I. Instituted the Legion of Honor,      ,
1812���Felix K. Zollicoffer, Confederate
general, born in Tennessee.
Died in Kentucky, July 19,
1862.
1864���Nathaniel Hawthorne, American
novelist, died. Born July 4,
1804.
1865���Jefferson Davis imprisoned In
Fortress   Monroe.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Russell.
P,   li.   McMillan, Seattle
P.   D.   Mer 'yre.  Vancouver.
J.  T.  Lees, ..teaic'ne Hat.
J.   Johnson.  Vancouver.
E.   A.  Wilinot, Vancouver.
Robert Wilson, Vancouvei*.
L.  A.  Noeeker, Vancouver.
W.   Hill, Vancouver.
D,   M.  Slirton, Vancouver.
Mrs.   Smith,  Vancouver.
W. (!. Bell, Vancouver.
Windsor.
C. Bartlett, Okainagan.
C.   Burton. Vancouver,
Paul  Beise, Hammond.
S.  \Y.  Itothroyd, Surrey Centre.
Walter 11. Smith, Millside.
C.   Brown, Surrey.
John Sowerley,  Vancouver.
J.   Williams, Vancouver.
C.   W.  Gill.  Portland.
T.  S.  Hurd, Vancouver.
J.   Mitchell, Vancouver.
Alfred E. White, Vancouver.
���1.   Chambers,  Vancouver.
H. Fairhalrn and wife, Coniox, B.C.
W.   J.   Davis,  Portland.
James  Kennedy,  Wiarton, Ont.
commander-in-chief of   the   Atlantic
fleet, May la.   Plans for the reception j
and  parade have been communicated j
io Sperry, and he lias acquiesced    in
the outline.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
for Sale ���:- To Rent -:- Etc.
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Vou may ask for a good thing
and never get it But, if you don't
ask, you are sure not to get it"
In worth and wear���
style and satisfaction
���Progress Brand
Clothing1 will well
repay you for the
slight trouble of
asking for it.
���Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECR
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WANTED���Girl for restaurant work.
Apply Kenny's restaurant, Columbia
street.
I FOR SALE.....
WANTED���Roomers and boarders;
rates reasonable. Apply Jack Cash,
corner Eighth and Carnarvon street.
LOST���Automobile tail light .No. 205.
Return to E. Rushton, Front street,
and  get reward.
WANTED���Roomer; board i' requited.
Apply "Daily News."
.OR SALE���Gasoline launch with
mast, sails and It foot tender;
cheap. _��pp_y "Gasoline," Daily
News.
POR SALE���Fishing boat, 25 feet in
length.   Apply J. Bond, Sapperton.
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WANTED���Light  employment  in    or
around office, or shipping clerk   by
steady, trustworthy, reliable    man;
knowledge   of   bookkeeping.   Apply
"E.Z.," Box 29, citv.
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   *
deliver to any part of the city. |
C. WILLIAMS I
Eighth ave. and Second St. Thone 333   |
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WANTED���Girl    for   general   housework.   Apply G., Daily News office.
Nothing gives a bright residence a
itreater 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 Brummei garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
Fruit Ranches
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Ten acres 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
two room house;   small garden and chicken house nnd run; splendid
soil and good water.    Price $1200.  . Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY ���_
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
w.
Guichon.
W.  Walsh, Vancouver.
LOST���Between Central Park and the
I.  O.  O. F. cemetery, brown cloth!
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return;
to Daily News Office.
TO   RENT���Large  front  room,   furn-'
ished; vicinity of convent on Agnes
street.   Box 21G.
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  /ariety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented,   and  we   respectfully  solicit
your critical  inspection.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish  male   and   female help   to j
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies. ,
Limited
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
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I"". J. TRAPP   &  CO.  MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Oox  345
Off ICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT Of SIXTH.
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'Phone   105,
NEW VESTH.
NATIVES EATEN  BY
SOLDIERS OF  LEOPOLD
London, .May IS���J. ll. Harris, a
misionary who has just returned from
tne Congo Free State, declares tho
ctrocities practiced there by the Belgian Boldiers are increasing and that
within the last ten years no fewer
than a.OUO.oou human beings have been
sacrificed.
He has seen men flogged with
hippopotamus hide whips until the.
were insensible. Soldiers employed
by King Leopold's agents raided villages and killed and ate the native..
The sufferings of the women Ani
girls when a horde of these brute.
were lei loose is absolutely ludescrib'
able.
Preparing for Fleet Visit.
Bellingham, May Hi-Carpenters
.ire at work today erecting the reviewing stands al the corner of railroad avenuo and Holly streets, and
at Elk and Holly streets, for the review of the naval parade Friday. Ex-
State Senator C. W. Dorr, now a resident of San Francisco, has personally
interviewed Rear Admiral Sperry, who
succeeded  Rear Admiral Thomas    a-.
-OST���Pair of gold rimmed    glasses
between opera -house and corner ofl
First    and    Third    streets.    Finder'
1 lease return to .News office.
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N
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Cottag
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TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, .\pply, Empire Jailor
shop.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
one(l) inonth from the date hereof
application will be made to thei
Oovernor-ln-Councll   under    Chapter
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
EATS retrimmed at 187 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
O.V AGNES STREET���four rooms-
cash, balance f 15 per month.
-modem. Price $1450.   Terms $200   J ( IL. of the Revised Statutes of Canada,1     BOOKING TO   AND   FROM   ANT
ON ROYAL AVENUE���five rooms, modern. Price $1575. Terms
third cash, balance six and twelve months.
one-
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 474
TT1ARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
* skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
n    English  subjects,  classics,
science, mathematics,   ltox 487, city.
ON NINTH   STREET���four  rooms; fine fruit.
$600 cash, balance $15 per month.
Price $1600.    Terms
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A Hardman.    A. James,   j. McClughan
HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
60  YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
P. PEEBLES _.
270 Columbia Si
_eal
Estate
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon*.
1!��06, for approval of plans of a bridge  POINTS   IN   THF   OLD   COUNTRY
t6 be constructed b.y the Victoria Ter-   CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
minial Railway    and   Ferry Company  FICE.
over the Serpentine river on the line j     Next   Ballings   of   the   Empressea
of the said company's railway between May 29.
Blaine and Olivers in the Province of .,   . .���
For other  dates  and   particiilais,
British Columbia; and also   for   ap-
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proval of plans of a bridge to be con-!
structed by the Victoria Terminal:
Railway and Ferry Company over the,
Nicomekl river on the lino of thc said
company's railway between Blaine andj
Olivers In the said Province of British
Columbia. Plans of each of the sai'J i
bridges and descriptions of each of!
the sites thereof have been deposited!
j "apply to
ED.  GOULET.
C. P. H. A .ft'..
Westminster
Transfer Co
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
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Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager
B.  E.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded Farmers for their banking business.   Sales' Notes
CMhtd or taken for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Ou..-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Managw.
S.S.   RAMONA
���      CAPTAIN  BONSER.
Trade Marks
DESIGNS
Copyrights Ac
A nr.no fending ��� .ketch snd doner! nt Inn may
I'lli'.lr uncertain "nr opinion free whothur *a
Invention li probably iM-antnbla. Vnnmiiitiiea.
11, mu hi rlcl 1T rnnOdcutIal. HANDBOOK on Patents
���out Iran. Ol.lmt aunnry for m .���urliifr patent*.   -
Patents taken through Munn ft Co. twelve
tprctal notu��, without charge, la tho
Sci.itti.ic American.
A luni'lHomelj Ulu_trat��d wociily. Lament circulation of r.iiy iflleni.lflo Journal, 'i'erraa fot
Cum!. 4,1.75 * year, pti.t.atio |��. .|����_.l. Bold bi
all nr.; . l,'.,it>r_.
MUNN & Co �����"�������-'��� Nrw York
Brau.h (tooo, bt, V IH��� ',ri_Jlii..-.u, 1*. U
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Hanoy, Langley,
Mission and way jiorts, witb passengers  and  freight.
Leaves Brackman tt. Ker wharf.
New Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Loaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
R. WHITMORF, Secretary.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies In
���tock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2698. p. o.  Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pander  SL.
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May &
Co., Toronto.
with  tho Minister of Public Works,
md in the Land   Registry  Office    at1 Office 'Pliom
New Westminster, British Columbia,
Dated this  1st day of April,  A r>. '
1908.
A.  H. MacNEILI.)
Solicitor for the Aosilicar: ..
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
W. IN. Draper
B. C�� Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, 8. C
Re lot 241, group-2, New Westminster
district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
tho abovo property will bo Issued to
John S. Robson on the lfiib day of
June, 190S, unless in the meantime a
valid objection t hero to be made to mc.
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest tJien.-
in, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westm.n-
ster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession .the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property arc requested to deliver
tho same to the undersigned :
28th July, _890--Louts WHIIe to
Ernst Gr.au.
Conveyance in fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
.����� per C. E. Robson.
>-- Applicant.
185.     Barn 'Pii1'"'1 '���>���'
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
OFFICE���TRa\i DEPOT.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent .Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
. AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets on  sale    tu a
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Ratea  to  Southern  California.
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent-
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. <-���
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore. TU
ESDA
Y   MAY   19,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREI
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time."
The ���
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
es you to join the large Deoositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TI5
Pui yourmdney where it is acce reouire it
BANKING BY MAI]   .      |     ���      ,    '
START NOW���DO.VT DELAY.
��� *  WESTMINSTER I.kan.-m.        f   B     LyLE     ^^
Lawn
tt/8 r . <<���* **?.%
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30c
At
THE    KIND   THAT   GROWS
Ryall's Drug Store
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturera and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
���   Fish and Fruit Boxes.*
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
GRAND TRUNK MAKES
CHANGE IN ROUTE
Engineers Fail to Find Suitable Grade Along Copper
River Cut-Oil.
Montreal    May    IS. ��� The   Grand
Pacific railway has abandoned
tiie proposed Copper river cut-oil m
ih Columbia, whereby a saving   I
.. ou.  eight miles would  oe effi   _  I
, i ..,, ared  w Ith  I hi   oi iglnal   i  ul i
��� ia i La.ellon.   Alter a >ai les ���
.  engineering    parties,   which
spent .iii last winter ln the Held, C_t.e.
Eng nc r:   Ven   Arsdall  has    rein
Ithai  s nn.lard.maximum  grades     ,  ,
Copper river could not lie BftCU    ,,
The proposed cut oft w aa Intended
io Btarl at Francis lake and traversing
I the Babine region south ol the Bulk-
h\  vallej would cro ��� the di.Idi
d   .imi the Copper river to its con��
Ifiuenoe with the Skeena rlvei at Kit-
sal a canyon. Tho gteatea!  engineer*
iiik difficulties would have bo be   on-
��� countered al the sura ml I ot the divide
it, a verj mountainous region.
The main line, the location Burveya
i i which have already been completed,
v. ill vim west trotn Francis lake and
traverse the valley of   the   Bulkley
liver to Hazelton, thence follow the
Ekeana river to Kitsalas canyon,
where the Kitammat branch will effocl
a junction. The gr&dea by thin route
ore very easy, being under four-
tentha of one p< r cent, per mile, or a
rise of twenty-one feet In the mile
for eaatbound traffic.
Owing to the determination of the
management to rush conBtruotlon it
i.* likely thai the coatrac for the section from Kitsalas canyon to Francis
lake via Hazelton will be awarded this
summer In order thai the work may
' e well in hand before winter sets in.
Construction work is now in progress at two points on the Skeena,
oppoalte Port Esslngton and at Kit-
satas canyon and Prince Rupert.
CLOTHES
t
New Westminster
have something more THAN style in their favor. They
have QUALITY, WORTH, and are strictly TAILOR MADE.
The broadest guarantee is at the back of these
statements. You have all to gain in purchasing
clothes from a  "FASHION-CRAFT" shop.
Fall  Overcoat silk lined to edge, an   essential  garment  In the wardrobe of
the good dresser $30.
hi. L. DeBECK, New Westminster
STRIKE OF THE COTTON
OPERATIVES EXTENDING
Montreal, May IT.���Al at mass
meeting of the textile workera ot
Hochelaga last night, n was duoided
io declare a general atrlke iu Uio
Hochelaga mill of the Dominion Tex*
tile company   on   Monday   morning.
This  move will   tie  Up  all   the   .lont-
real operatlvea and will add abont
ir,oii more to the unemployed. The
mill was closed today, hut it was be-
cauae Hi'1 employees were working ou
short time.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,0000"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and .Mexico City. A General Hanking Business Transac.-_d.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all Darts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of fl and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
"Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
VOW WESTMINSTER BRANOil '1. D. BRYMNER, Maw
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
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The Big Clothing House
IS SOLE AGENT FOR THE
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HAT
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
F*USER RIVER TANNERY
The Oriental Contract Co. j
of Vancouver. ��
Japanese Labor Contractors j
New weatmintter brane* P. o. |
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In hard felt, all the new shapes.    In soft felt, black
or colors.   In golf or telescope shapes.    Union
made.   Advertised in all tjie leading periodicals and sold by us for $3.00.*
Ask for a Hawes $3.00 Hat
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Phillips, The Wardrobe dottier
MAKES YOUR CAKCS LIOHT.
I   MAKES YOUR BISCUITS LIOHT.
I   MAKGS YOUR BUNS LIOHT.
I   MAKt-S YOUR LABOR LIOHT.
I   JWAKI.3 YOUR  EXPENSES tlOHT .
I Order frocn your Groce-*.
|E.W.GILLETT^p���i,,,
I TORONTO.ONT.
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Manufacturer ot j
Mineral Waters, Be.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specially.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight atreet
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
QOOKSLEY'S
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POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON 8A1_K AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J   O. QAMON'S CIQAR WVIkN,
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T.IE   DAILY  NEWS.
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THE DAILY NEWS
/-.,.,,-:,.: by the Daily News Pub-
UaWng Company, Limited, at their
offices, comer of Sixth aud From
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E. A. Paige..
.Managing   Director
the district, under the terms of ihe
Lemieux act, by Judge Wilson last, December, while the company claim_
IJhat with copper al 12 or IS cents it
cannot afford to Increase wages, u is
generally thought, .that the miners
would be unwise to press thv matte:-
now, ajid If they -did the company
would have no difficulty In getting all
the men it wants.
TUESDAY,   MAY   19.   1903.
A VIRILE DISEASE.
The disease of slander which has
held the Conservative party and press
���irithln its wasting clutches, carrying
down some of its foremost men to
ignominious defeat; and shattering
reputations for' veracity which up to
a year ago were strong and healthy,
now seems to have reached the vitals
LETTER OF CONDOLENCE.
The following letter of condolence,
sent by the Orangemen of Armstrong,
has been received by Mrs. It. Bowell,
whose husiband was killed at Sapperton ou the seventh inst.
Arm strong, B.C., IMay, lliOS.
Tu Mrs. Robert Bowell and Family,
.N'ew Westminster, B.C.
We, the officers and membi rs of
Spallumcheen L. o. L., No. 1SU7,
of the party In Ontario, with such a Armstrong, wish to convoy to you
firm hold, that the most scurrilous | our heartfelt sympathy and condo.-
literature is being scattered broadcast ence in the hour of your sad bereave-
in the constituencies in the hope of ment. We feel as officers and brothers
the retaining of power by the Whit-'of a grand and noble order that in
ney .Ministry, and leading Conserva- this world we have no continuing
tives are beginning lo protest against city; but we seek one to come, jea a
the wholesale slandering of public Heavenly city. As it has pleased ihe
men, which is being made one of the Almighty to remove from this earth
prominent features of their Provincial to that Heavenly city your beloved
campaign. The Premier, Mr. Whitney, | husband and tether, and our Worthy
has contracted the disease and where Brother Robert Bowell, we as a socii ty
the small fry of the party coming ; bound together humbly pray that the
under its baneful effects would pass Great Comforter will comfort and
unheeded, it is of some concern when sustain those who remain.in this sad
the leader of the party belches forth hour of their distress ami that we as
venomous slander, which is caught bj I brethren may remember the words of
and then is caie-1Him who said "Be ye also ready for
SrJ3_t__B5SE3B*>��SS.'!
?��SBa_B3f
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British-Canadian Wood Pu
313   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Owners of the Townsite of Port Mellon; Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancou
a* .    .Ill  ..   ���
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 shares of the Preferred Stuck of this ���
at $1.00 per share.   Each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preference stock.   The
shares was immediately taken up. ''
We now offer the balance of the second 100,000 shares uf Preferred Stock at $1.00
hundred shares entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preferred Stock.
per
each
All subscriptions   must  be   received   on  or bei
fore the close of  regular business,   May  30fch
First allotment on second 100,000 will be made May 19th, final allotment May 80th.
tions should be in the office of the Company by 6 o'clock, May 19th.
All subscii
ip-
and to make no discrimination, all subscrlptonp received
: '
in such an hour as ye think not the
Son of Man cometh," and may the God
of All Grace comfort your hearts is
the sincere wish of every member of |
this lodge. Yours fnUernally in F. H
and C. on behalf of I_.  O.  L., 1807
W. T. MARSHALL, W. M.
A. COLE, R.  S.
his leading journal
fully incubated itind spread in the au-
thorized campaign literature, issued to
his campaign workers all over the
Province, aud these leading Conservatives think it is time to call a halt,
examine and disinfect and if possible
kill the germ.
It is to the credit of some of the
Conservative journals of that Pro:
vince, that they are making dignified
protest, against the language used iby
Premier Whitney in a speech at
Hamilton the other day, and in anj N- moP, ���sed of 8pnd|f,g yQU_!
effort to let the Premier down light- ��� orders t0 "The other side." You can
ly charitably thinks that the words |now flet the best rubber ���tamp8| ^^j
he used, and against which they pro- ) of good gum rubber on |atest , |
test, were not intended to have the proved machinery, by expert workmen,'
vulgar offensive meaning they convey j anc( i
aset in coll type.   Such charily having j     ..
coupled with it a protest has    much j      MAJJd   IN   LAIMADA
weight, and would  have some    force '
190S
reafter partli
r.l
; ,
In order to treat all applications large and small alike, auu i.  __ia_aD uu u'ov-iuuiuuuuu, an Duuouninuns ;-..:..
May 30th, will be allowed pro rata on the second 100,000, and balance on third 100,000.   There will be no bonus stock, hou
second issue.   The third 100,000 is to be sold at par, $1.00 per share, without bonus, and those subscribing prior to Ma    30
preference on third issue.
The preferred stock now being offered is entitled to an annual dividend of 7  per (vnt., commencing November 1st
to further dividends.   That is, after 7 per cent, has been paid upon the preferred and common, both Btock? then
is no reason why this stock should not pay from 30 to 50 per cent, dividends.
Payments, 10 per _ent. on application;  15 per cent, in 30 days;   balance  in  eight  monthly  payments.
Hereafter no subscriptions will be received by telegraph or long distance telephone, unless accompanied  by the
per cent.
We are rushing work on the first unit of this great plant, the en:ire plant when complete will have a weekly canacit
newspaper, and 270 tons of wrapping.   iVo better site for a great modern paper mill could have heen selected  than  Port  Mi lion   onl
from Vancou.er; unexcelled drainage and magnificent deep water harbor.    We have secured the water rights,    of    Rainy    River
through the property, aud have also placed a 20,000-inch water record on Clowhom Palls tor the purpose of manufacturing   ground
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  nol
we are turning out 80,000 pounds of wrapping paper per week.
The public are also invited to visit the demonstrating plant of the company, 313 Cordova street, Vancouver, and witness th ifacture
of wood pulp and paper.
Office of the company open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock.
mil
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SYLVKSTKR   G.  F\\
had not the disease been shown to be
not acme, but chronic, for on previous
occasions it luis been shown t.i possess
the Premier, for in the Legislature
and at the Borden Club Banquet it
showed up in virulent form and such
a prominent man as Mr. Whitney must j
be held responsiole for the words he i
utters everywhere and everywhen,!
much more so on notable occasions
such as these. The statements made
are refuted by as prominent a Cotn-
servative as Mr. Edward Gurney, and
others also, as being deliberate and
malicious falsehoods.
These tactics have'.,een followed iu
.this Province by some Conservative
sheets,, and even by ..mne of their
prominent men upon the platform, and
it is fortunate that the disease has
���shown itself thus early, so that every
endeavor may be made by those Con-
serva Ives who abhor the taint io
take measures to effect a cure. We
have dune our best, by first aid, to
checiv the force of the disease here,
and have shown again and again thai
s atemenfs false and malicious cannot :.. all iwed to pass current, but
will be met in such a manner i. that
their effect will be a weakening one
to the cause thej are suppose i to
espouse, Our pu lie men of all parties should rise above such tactics,
an ; thi ... with the press, should endeavor to give public life an < ntlre
freedom from the 'aim of this disea io
Of slander.
MADE IN
Mail  orders filled  same  day as  received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
.Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc.
C. R, P. L. S.,~D. L. S, Con.
Eng.,  formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
J.  DUFF  STUART,     Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart, Ltd-,
DIRECTORS:
LKNER, President British Columbia
Vancouver, B. C.
Stationers
FRKDK. APPLKTO.V, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
.1. C. W. SJANLEY, formerly
General Manager West London Piper Mills, London,
England,
FRED SMITH,  member Smith.
I'riisi   i.'orporatloti.
Wright   <t   Davidson,   Wholesale Paper Company, Vancouver, B. <_.
H. M. BURRITT, Western Man.
ager Cortlcelll Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
ALD. W. ,1. CAVA...Will. Member w. .1 Cavanagh & Co.,
Vancouvei.
CAPTAIN' ll. A. MELLOaV, J.P,
American Lloyds Agenl   ��� l
EUSTACE   II.   JENNS
ter, etc.. Yam ouver, B, C.
GEO,   B. CATE8,    Ca
building Co.. Vancouver, B.'J,
GREELY KOLTS, formi rl, Q in
eral  Manag- r    Pac I
Soda Co.
ADVKRTi.SE  IN THE DAILY NEWS    To INCREASE Your  BL'SIXKSS.
GOOD  NEWS.
I; will be lnteri sting io our citizens
thai ;i last they are likely tu j-ret relief from a Ion- drawn out trou le.
��� .md that it is possible that in the near
.future gas tor manufacturing and other purposes will be available at reasonable rates.
Notice   was  given   at  the    Council
meeting last night    by    Aid.  .1.   j.
Johnston, that >at the next meeting a |
a.y-law would be introduced granting !
privileges  such  as  are  now   enjoy- I |
.by.the old company.   This is a step in i
the right direction, and should mean
much not only to the manufacturing
interests,  but also  to  the  fitting  up j
of our homes with modem means of
cooking and heating.
It is to be hoped that no vexatious ���
or embarraslng conditions will be
placed in that iby-law which are no;
to be found in the original by-law,
under which the present company
now operates.
Free!
Oxfords
Trouble at Greenwood,
ll/jssland, B. C, May IS.���Rumors oi
trouble come from Greenwood as likely to follow the reopening of the M.
C. Copper company's mine., and smelter, the miners being unwilling to accept the scale of wagis laid dc.wn for
i
E never sold Women's Oxfords as fast as Ks
j^j we are now selling them. Perhaps our Oxfords are
$3 the best���we think they are.   Every woman likes
gj them. Oxfords in Patent Kid, Corona Kid and Coltskin. The 83
��8 New Golden Brown Tans also; lace, Blucher or button. ^
fi    - --' * - '-'--
I.
(JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
!   One box Witch Hazel toilet .soap
i   with   2   packages  Royal   Crown
Soap for   ....      50c
  OR	
I   One package White Swan washing
powder with  2 packages White
I   Swan Soap for ...      50c
Take advantage of this special offer; il won'! lasi
ADAMS & DEANS
^vz Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
i
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COWiE
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GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in  DURABILITY, Rf.
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE   MANUFACTURERS
WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
���"������.',-*���;������;:;���;;��::������!;��;;-:���   ^v*:s!KJvS-:.!":-."">:*'''^
NEW
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<',t*,>'*ii-rit'*if'it-'.?'ii'"4i"h-'t\,'it,ri'i")t"n'
The new Colonials shown this season are very handsome.
See our line of Canvas Oxfords in all the different colors.  We'll
deem it a pleasure to show them to you.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optica
Parlors   in T.  Gifford's
Jewelry Store.
HAMS >t
18C. Per lb-
We have just received
THE
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
m
Central* Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
and you are invited to .nspecf.
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err wed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbl. St, NEW   WFSTMINSTEB ��� Ml
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Specials for Saturday Shopper
CITY NEWS
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HOSIERY  extraordinary:
5   Pair  for $1.00.
... - ��� cia   .-hipment of la Hi b'
coti -.   ��� ���:��� :���;���.  .������_.;.-' and
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ita:.        an I  acid   proof.    Iu
rei   ��� elastic and pliatl
:. -vould . '��� goo i value
at 30 .. but our price
tor  S tin ia.i    afternoon    and
Five Par for $1X0
3-C.   BLACK   CASHMERE
HOSIERY  FOR  25c.
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rlbb
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hosi .
on -1 ,��� S iturday at, per
pair
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w��wka has eritleall.!   II   _     .;.       ft ���...,���.���..��.: i?o p.v    ^ tjf^ liVm 4*i   ������   M _j
m I  leaih    took  '��������'> ��� tl Col -.-.-.. Inn hospital Is both ��        .....;*.->   $ott_t_._.tt_e_  :.,-,��������� -������ d    s. 	
" *<��� ���_**^_^B^������Wi. BWfcl__ ���--������������ ���!    a.. A -     *4
place on  Sunda;  .:  Ada    Kaala,    ol  *n  'he ��.i.   to compltte reooverj   a  prevlotu iwiiii-.(.> te look   Into    ���'*���'
��� * *������   -   ���      nt..- .>   all   ...   i   icta -..,   .
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Ham.    rhe  funeral  takes  p��ac*   '���>a--.a;.c,t change for <in* bettar havlujj
am Wednesday morning, Intermeui be   laken  place y^stordaj   taoratag
..- al the CatholU  cemetery, father      ..,    ,, , .        ,.
..���._,     .v.. 'ho Holj  i rlnlt) Guild will hold ati
.- le on 1< latins
"hmplre  D��a" on Saturday, Maj   '_:-.
. ���.  trade Bnds It both satisfactory !,vm ; ti> ,; o'olock, al the raalrtenca
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old "��� ���^ra   ���'    ''    PhlH_i.s, Qucan'�� avt
Sport" cigars, ������ bue and Fourth :���'.���:,���,-'.    sii.o-, codec-
-,..!'. ni th.' door, **
rhe convict who Borne time   slnco I
em ted  tn escape    bj    conceiting     1>U Thursdaj   lne Weal  Snd -.������.<���
himself  behind  some  bricks  al    the I mediate team  will meel the Bappei
[.euitentiary, Adolphe  i... ourdette i>>   '"���'    Bllckhaadlara    lo   .    scheduled
name, elected yesterday to taft   hla match    Both teams   are   practician
trial at  the assises nexl  woek,    ani . i>';'i for the game, which bids fair to
was committed for trial accordingly. ! ���' ovealj  contested, Bapperton ha\
l in-. Becured some promising players
Nice old-fashioned Btone tea    pots,
15c up, at Kyle A Sons. ����     Election of bfftcera ol Amu.  lodge
No, 27. 1   o. O. F., will take place
best methods ot advertising this .*'������>
; ��,i making known ih<> roeouttjas .���;
tbe   l'.-' ������ I   * �����'!���-"������.     I'hr   met -,;-.',..     IQ
......   Will   be  O|>o.n   ta'     the     tvnorui',
-,,-, a '.',<';-,it' Invitation b&lnf   *yn
tended to all latatostad bo attaad at I
;,m' pan in the   diteuulo&t    Out
bide spe��l*M of not<' art expeeted <o
u-.-i.-h  thii ,-i-.>   in tin\<-  to ation.l  nn.t
.-i,i,in'->s tii<< meeting
r!u>   application   of   th*'   British
,'iUl;��,H:in   anil    .VOOd   PUlp   :<n.l   l':M"'i
CO .   I.i.l    .'I    ;l '���   i'oi,1,m .i   -.;���.-��<>(,   \':>u
couver, foi a water record of 80,rtoo
Inches troai Clowholm rivtr for   it
duitrlal and  domosito  purpoitu  w is
opposed yesterday bj  w   j.  White
ilde "ii behall af tha Olowholm _i\alU
I-IINMIM     N,Mil'P
Sensii.aon Price Cut in the Small Wares
mine! lorn ' i ,umher companj
rh.
applioatlou
LOOK AT THIS 1
23c.   DRESSING  COMBS.   10c.
i           1 eyes
it  .*���-
Iful black
. ..1c
rubbi         aslng combs thai sell
���'������'. sizes, black and wUiti
...1c
regular!    ��� 25c each, i. offered
on Sal  ...   tor, i ich  10.-.
COLLAR FORMS, 5c.
Gents'   Irish  Cambric   Handker
chiefs at  10c.
egular 10c an 1
I2%c
Tweh.- dozi a only gent's I'm,.
- for 	
...5c
Irish . mi rlc handkerchiefs Bell
i black,    plain
and
ing r - ilai'    al  20c and    25c,
���   each  	
5c
Sal .        tor, each  10c
$1.00  WHITE   KID   GLOVES   FOR  50c.
le stock of ladles' white kid two   loim    thai  sell
11.00, will b.. sacrificed   n Sal p r pair ,.*..50c
Remnants at Half Price.
****** * *************** ***************** *********
T. H. SMITH
THE STOIIE VALUE BUILT
Tue funeral "r ,h,> '"'��� ���������'-���;���'' 0�� [on Tuosdaj evening nexl  no
ver, marine engineer, who died at his  ,,���. lhi, ,llffl,n,11( ll(Tu.,,:.  inln,    ,���1(.u
residence on Sunday, takes place this ,,,������,,,,, ,n    x,.,,,.,,1:n     rlu,   ,..l.lll,,1.
ernoon  trom his house on  Fourth  ������.,,,,���.. 0,   VniU  ,,���,,��� [t   ,���.,,,   ,(U  1:11���,   ,���., Ulr ,.,���,,,,, ,, ,, ���,���  ,���,,,,,,
Th,- Rose of Columbia lodge,  m,m1,Li,s   bul owla| ,��� ,1(.vt  Mll���(lil.   ,���,. (l ,���,,,,���,. ,(111J.,U ,��� t|ul���  :ll,a tlll
was refused on ii>i> (round tiw.<    n��*
applicants wore nol the   ow&tn   ol
I
> H E. ii  s.. will attend the funeral, |,^|
in a  . odj
iii'ini'. a holiday. iho date ot moi I lu .
i. altered to i he tollot Ing nlghl
V!\0    oni<*<>.|a,     :H\,I     IV..������.,���.������.������. ������        Ol        il.O
Boyal l'i nvp':>'��������� oi Vr;n-,'<v, an, ,��� ar,, \rt
,jiic.ii',l i,> incol al (h�� iVt.i PtUoWH
hall   tills al'iovn.s-a   B.I   1   IS     (.<<     (tu
pm pon<> of ftttendl&g the fuaere) or
om late hix'ihoi Joseph &llv*i
W     Kflt'   .J. an,!  >-oun, | I.m
l!    SIVlli!    So.-wl:!.'
NO Tier
\ii i'.ii.ui'i Interested It the it
ttUftl riii-..n.i'  I'ioni,-.  a\o  lo.inoalo,!  t,.
���ill,n,l   ;i   PUhl IO    MFF1INU     (o   !.o
hi'1,1   1 Ml:. FVPNINU.  .oniii\.-ti.'!,ie  al
<iehi ���,-:���,\,. in lhe OOLIN, ll   ..HAM
111 li,  i'IIN    MAI I ,  I,.,   Mi,,  puipow of
dtscusstng wayt ftftd mettns Rnd de
eldtng upon iho date and .!"'-. ot ���bo
iiiiinial   o\iMii"lon
P     .*     MAi'KMN.II
Up,'ini .,: j
IB of f!i!! Hat lliiiiiitilul
fc,��r_l'fe.a-...r.-.|Ma^ff||MBr|-Tf|
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Sapperton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashes, doors,  window frames,    etc.,    -.hor.*:
M175.   You  will  save money and  get  a   rei able  job  with  thc  least
deay CADDY   &   CO.
All kinds ot annuals al Tidy's, the
Phono 184. ���*"
a bail game Is sbliodulod to    take
place this evening between Columbian
A water record on behalf of Qeorgo "-1""-'' and    the    painters,    yuen-us
William  Sugden, ot  Lynn oreek,  has  !'"K "'" '"' ""' ;"YI"' '" lh" "i"1"'-
been filed.   He seeks a small bui>p;j   '���<l[U'r ul"  lu"'    tor   '���������'   Iftubers,
for domestic and   agricultural    pur    ul"'*'   MoPhaJl, ot t ollege   D	
,.' ��� to be diverted bj a small, dam
anil iluiiil' with ram.    from a stream
win introduce tancj Alberta curves in
an offon  t<> circumvent  iho   hea. i
running south along the wesl line ot  ""'l��1'1 wallopers
'li���s,,',,, 1'" 2088' ti.o young people of the fflpworth
Good boots and shoes, low prices, it!to,iBUB'    '"    ,"1""'1' '      "H"    tkt
Kyle & Sous ��* Queen's avonue church, together with
1'riuniin  trom  other ohurolios,    weal
Among those who registered al ih- ovW by special oar to Vancouver lasl
Windsor hotel yesterday were iho ovenlng to attend a/gathorlttg iti tht
linemen who are to soi in pine,, the Mount Pleasaul Methodlsl ohuroh In
wires for the long distance telephone connection wiih lhe conCeietme, Quite
to .Mission. The work is iivin;; done a large pariy made the Journey, ami
by the B, C. Telephone Co;, and will returned at ��� late hour,
consist of an all-metallic circuit with
copper wires,   Three months'may sej     The provincial    p io   lira   again
the work completed. looking  tor    a  girl    named    Mnbul
Severn, whose parents live ai  Kiatn
HriiiK your old Victor gramophone loops, nml who tor d seoond tlm�� uai
DIED.
N'ew Westminster, gun-
*'��� ���',i   iTih, Joseph Oliver, aged
61 y,.ars-
lOLIVKi;
Pun.
[Th_r i
|lef!', i
j West.
'������ill take place from the
:' uce, Fourth avenue and
'��� to the Oddii'llows' ceme-
iesday.    .N'o (lowers by re-
Money Saved
BY   USING
Knox Moth Lavender Flakes
 Knox Moth Cedar Flakes
Nclend  Notice Mo,h tani|,li0r
j records to be exchanged tor new ones
I at ,l.  ll.  Todd's mu ir store, Colum
, liia street. *-���
Patrick Smith, for tunny yonr a
guard in the governmenl penitentiary,
will leave on Wedntsday for bis old
home iu Ireland, which in- has nol
unite,' since coming to this country
many years ,-iko. He expects to
��� remain In the Emerald [sle abou!
three or four montliH.
lefl the sheltering oars ol iim
children's home al Vancouver, and is
mi the tramp \am\ time this imp
penod alio bad reamed Wesl na m il i
junction baforo she was discovered
probably ��io. is mi i.ii ii,,. up counl i y
again,
aii Interested la Lhe annual oltlssi n i
picnic are rtqueettd to bi presi al tt
t, public ni"' i Ing to ii" ii'-hi this tveti -
Ing in Ui" council chamber, wnen the
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j Public Supply Stores |
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Arc now offering for '';:ll��, ;> spocla] lints of
Dinner Ware
+*��� ���
sur(> iii please Qvwybody
I rom    *,K7.rl.<��    I IpwtrtrclA
W'liy use old (Uicii \vlii<ii you run Imiv n<-\v hup.
so clioap ;
Columbia   l.lirrl New   WlltrfllnitiP)  B.  C.        Phnni.   93.
DO IT NOW
I   * sixth  half yearly dividend,  at
Hi. ratp aim ____
the hi per cent* per annum' for
^".r ending April 30, ISM, M ^   JjJJJ
One pound packages
25 cents each
|bi, ?*y'bla at our off'ce, 181 Colum
8tr��t, New Westminster.   B.C.
"'y '5, 1908.
Now  is  tbe   t.me  to   use  th���   *
Tin:
estoilnater Trust and Sale
liispuslt Co., Ltd.
J    HART, Managing  Director.
lines   nnd   save  you
Woolens.
,-   F.rs   a**"-
BJRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER snd
f���~-J��l VALUATOR . . ���
I AH.
CURTI
On;:;?, Spectacles and See* 5
us.ne...
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���_f Ott-iAa. In C-i'i-i
nn ,.      ��� Mis  every Friday  mornin i   f. VV. Heath, late of
1      ' Market square. I of the Optical  Depart-nenu
Make $500
Three lots, 66 by 1<.3,��_lote to Twelfth utraat car Hns
FOR 5500 CASH
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Tn $ it practically four fifty foot  lots at $128  m lei    YeU  fcsh't
���:.a    ".for aiauble th�� money anywhere Ifl Ihe elty.
!t
HAi/C YOU lr.3URF.n THOSE
VALbABLE HOR9E3 OF YOURS
YCT 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
1 INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE. ���*
Diamond & Corbould
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TIIE DAILY NEWS.
Sent On Approval
To Rksi'onsiblb People
A
kOUNTAii.
aughlin |p
FOUNTAIN PEN "~"~
and
RED  GEM
C/.e InK Pencil
Your Choice of
IRRIGATION Will
BENEFIT CANADA
$1.00
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Ei IncHi
Post
paid
to any
nddiess
lliu&iraii-iii aie Exact ' ��� ���-'
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eitlu-r in ebb
Every p. .i guaranteed
full 14 Kl. fcw lid C.o.il���cm
ou right haml may be had
in   either  our   standard
black opaque ]:
Nou-breafcable
t nt, as desired,
plain or engraved  finish,
as preferred.
Vou may try trits pen a waskj
If you do not find ItMtepraMiiti t,
n bitter   ��rtii lo thnn you CSQ IB*
cure inr Tin ss ti��m in:- iP&cfii
rt.ui in   hny oilier ttiaka, i. tiut
.���������...   ml ifai ti ry in every rr-
l| 11\  re( .'ii  it BUd WS  V. ..I  Mild
you |1.10 for it.
Cur ny irit i*. our famoi i and
popular Hi- Oku Ink Pencil, n
eompl<'" I"'''; I'1" f triumph may
I,?- carried in any position li
pocket or shopping liar, -writei "'
ai v    M .  ������   ill   l'i'tt t"in ��� ������     l'''il'
num   [iprfnff)   feed,   Iridium
lint, polished valcanfzed rub t*i r
se. loira rntta   finish.     Hetn<1
I everywhere  for 12.50,     Amota
wanted    Write f"r U* rniB.    Wrila
now "lest you forget"   Ad-lr.">s
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic Bldg .
Detroit, Mlib.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
I Proposed Diversion of Inter-
1   national  Waterway   Will
Be  in  Interest   of  This
Country. *
Ottawa, May 18.���As a result of a
���conference which the Canadian   section of the international    waterways
! commission  lias  held  in   Washington
in relation  to the proposed diversion
of the waters of St.  .Mary's river,  In
'the state of .Montana,  into  the .Milk
! river, it is hoped that an amicable av-
i rangement may lie reached by which
[the available  water  in    hoth    thesej
streams will ihe divided  in equitable
proportions   between    thr   irrigation
works   which  the  United   Slates gov-j
ernment   is   construct ins  in   Montana
.ind the extensive irrigation works   In
southern Alberta.
The sources of the St. Mary's river.
Whose waters are now widely used for
irrigation   in    Alberta,    lie    on     the
American  side of    the    international!
boundary.    The same is true, also, of :
ihe  Milk river   which,  after  passing
j through Canadian territory for a considerable distance   bends   southward
.again    into Montana,    if    the Unite 1
I States   government carries    out     its
plan by diverting the water* of    the
| St.  Mary's  river into  the Milk  river
"the people of Canada  would still    be
able to tap the Milk river before   it !
reaches the portion of Eastern Montana which the American government
is desirous of throwing open to settlement.   An irrigation canal has already i
Ceen cut into   the Milk river   by    a '
Canadian company for ttuat very pur- |
pose, i
1    Thus, after the United  States    au-
TUESDAY'  MAV 19,
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
TENDERS
SOCIETIES.
0- f7-���AMITY LODrr-  .
The regular meeting?*!
�� WW ��n OddfelleSw,��L?n^
bla street, eve���   .....,    ' c��luil
at 8 o'clock.
every  M���r
.lay
evenlni
Tickets on sale May 4th   to    lSth,
June .th, 6th, 19th and 2Dtt_.
thorities had expended  $1,000,000    to
divert the St. Mary's river the Cana-
'���lian people can reap  the    full    ad-
Toronto and return   ? 94.40.vantage of this enormous expenditure.
M( aire,:', and return   108.50
;_:.! fax and return    135.50
i I., .-.go and return      72.50
St   Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and return      60.00
For further particulars and reserva-
i i i,s apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt��� Vancouver.
The question that arises in the case
of St. Mary's river is one likely to recur nn the international boundary 3t
several other points.
Chief Justice Fitzpatrick III.
Ottawa, May IS.���Sir Charles Fitzpatrick. K.C., chief    justice    of    the
supreme court of Canada, is ill    and
has been taken to a hospital.
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teetli 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
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.   rn.  to   6  p.
Phone   2229
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for New Cruiser for British Columbia,''
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Colum'..ia waters, of
the following leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded 32 feet, and
depth from top of keel plate to top of
beams at side 17 feet, and to be delivered at Victoria, 13. C.
Plans and specifications of this
steamer can be seen at the Department of Marino and Fisheries, Ottawa,
at the offices of tie Collectors of Customs at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
wood, Midland, Vancouver and Sydney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
Department <d' Marine and Fisheries at
Montreal, Qiiel.ee, Si, John, N- li.,
Halifax, N. 8., aud Charlotte-Own, r.
B. I.
The same plans and specifications
can be procured by application trom
the Department of Marine and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May
next and at the agency of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, Li. C.
Each tender must ue accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque will be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a
contract with the Department or fails
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will le considered.
The Department does not bind Itself
to Accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid.
P. GOURDE.-.!'.
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada,  Mil-  March, 1908
V O. U. W cnirr
^-Meetings the tSt.Mf93.E V
each
day   In
*rsl and thlr
bret li
en cordlalh
month,     v-N
Lodge n,��,���V A'.".i "1'.Vi^ *>>J
Jsllowi- block^ci,^;- JgUfl
COURT BRunettTnT^ "
-Meets the Fourth 11��"' ��>
month  at.  g  ������,...,.,. ^ in ,
hall. 0(ldreiinu_' i,   .in l-he
uni
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA _,
A.  O.  F.-Th,.  .,UMBl*VN..88ii
this Lodge ;n,V,":
and Fouril, T*.
FRATIRNAL ORoI^cT^
Aerie No. 20 Mee, every Tuel
evening al - p. ,���., ,n ,' *
hall,   Col mi .
w* *"'*������ "��� a .  {
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS 0       J
FRANCE meel   every WI3
hail, Columbl. l"
SONai OF SCOTLAND u c.it
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE mi
CAMP, 191.-.M,,. -.,,- J5J*
Third Tuesday ol ever, ruonth |
K. of P. hall.   Chief v,        .   '
I. O, O. F.���Royal City Lodge, NoJ
��� Meets in ii;;. ,,
urn ia Street, every Fri , .. :,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethwn ���
be made wi lo e, i. s. Lawreii
N. G.; (.'. E. ii ;
ing secretary.
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. s|
Red Rose Degree meets Second i
Fourth Wednesday uf each mon]
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St,1
8 p. ni., Wbite Hush Dpjr... FoiiJ
Wednesday    in   each month,
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL S0CIETII
include the Union Lodgi N., (I
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lop
No, 17, A. F. and A. M.; L O.j
No. 1150; L, O. I... No, .' ; Cli
E^apperton, No. 4683, i. 0. F.;
F., Cnurl Westminsti r, No, i|
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest .vi.
I
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The Road to Success
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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 Pusinessman 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.
-ynopEis    of    Canadian     North-Wett
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2'J,
not reserved, may be honiesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, oj* any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-1 ban
tion of 1G0 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must tie
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy 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 plans*
(1) At least six mouths' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if be so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on fanning
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, In
the vicinity of his homeBtead. Joint
ownership |n land will not meet this
jX'qui lenient.
(.'!) If the father for mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, ln
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
a homestead entered for by him
SEALED TENDERS addiv.se, 1 to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post, Offi.:-
Building, Victoria. H. C," will be received at this office until Wednesday,
Apr 1 22, 1908, lm luslvi ly, for the con-
struction of the alterations to the Pou
Office BUllding at Victoria, B, ('.
Plans and specification can be be.'-,
and forms of tinder obtained at this
Department and on application to W l-
liam Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, 11. C.
Persons tendering are notified th.it
tenders will not be considered uules*.
made on the printed form supplied
and Signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender mast be aocompaniei
by an accepted cheque nn a charter 3d
made payable to thef order of the
j Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of tlie tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. !f
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be'returned.
The Department does not bind its 'f
to accept the lowest or any render.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secret n rv.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 19, 1908,
PROFESSIONAL.
Nn KM AN  BOLE ,  til
rister  and  Soil _a|
ers,   Canadian    Ban inn_e|
"luilding, New Westminster, B,
W.
A.
rVHEALLER, BARMS PER,
:or, etc., 42 1. :��� 31
opposite Court Hon-'. New WesiiJ
ster.    Phone 143.
H1TESIDB  &   EDMONDS, B��
tera and solicitors, Blackle
Columbia street,   New    v. ��� stmiitq
W. .1. Whiteside, ll. L, Edmondt.
W
M
on
lu the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs ls defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(6) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties ln accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by, himself must notify tlie agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Land., at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
w. w. CORY,
Deputy of the aMinlster of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication ul
this   advertisement' will   not  be  pnlr.
for.
..TIN k  McQUARRIE, BARRl
ti rs, solicitors, etc. Ofl ������ ^4
Westminster, Trapp Block, ccri
'Clarkson and Lorn, sti eels Vana
ver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Grati,:. ������ in
Joseph Martin, K.C., W, 0. MvQoatj
Consultations with -Mr. Martin ma.|
arranged at the Westminster offiix
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister!
Solicitor, Gulchon block, <-M
tia and McKenzie streets. Ne* '"-
minster, B. C.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Han ^'*r H
aud Notary Public, l�� iractlce Bl|
1891 at .New Westmi-"-"*r  "''
flees removed to C��rtl_ Block.CHj
son   street, opposite   Court H -1!
P.O. Box 109.   Telephone <;-t
W
Newspapers wil! not he iiald for this
advertisement If they Insert It without   corner     Columbia
authority from the Department
F.  HANSFORD
Solicitor, etc., Creel
and    MtKe:
Barn"
ent M
streets, New Westminster
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage ('lily for Republic
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   to,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ���7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
\\ esi
as ru-1*'']
each   ��;(".
BOARD   OF TRADE.    Nflfl
ster  Heard Of Trad"    ��>"
Board Room, City Hall,
Third Thursday of
Quarterly meetings on the
Thursday of February,
August and November, at 8
Annual meetings on the
Thursday of February.
members may be propose
elected at any monthly or quM 1
meeting.    A. K. White, Sec
B-Bfl
ADVERT.8__
��� IN -
���M
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM BOXLS
5���Asylum.
6��� Hoyal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and ^ni"
8���Royal avenue and ElfhW
9���Fifth avenue and rl��eiru��.
12���St. Mary's Hospl^l.
13-Second and ParK ROW'
14-Columbla and  Duff'""
15���Sapperton h
23���Queen's  avenue ��""
24-l.d avenue.md Se<'<-
25���Firth av-ue and WJ
26���Fifth avenue and W '
27-Third avenue and Ten�� ���
��2���Agnps and Sixth. l
i-u-Schn-ike Machine Worw.
..(.-Columbia and McKenrfe.
R6-CPR. Station.
.2-Small & BUCWUI ����* uesdav
MAY 19. 1908*
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGK  SEVEN
0
ou Intend Building?
CLEVELAND CAR STRIKE
BR*. OUT HOODLUMS
self,
cf dou
���There is no time like the present'    ,        c d s5> ng faut more especia
It ,5, however, very questionable If   ��� A ������ remain so much |onger
DOlN-T PROCRASTINATE until  prices 30 up again-
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN B
oubt the most desirable property in the C:, of Nev. Westminster.   WE
.respective purchasers  BUT  IN  THE  VERY HEART OF THE BEST RES1
Pr      ��� is situated on FIRST STREET  between  SECOND  and   THIRD AV
prase- R.ver and the Pitt Mounta;ns.    You can also see all the LACRO
he.e Nearly every lot faces on a 66  '0::    ��� ,,..   a   lane   at   {he
Jone lot is too small for your purpos S! take two or three and have
'   prices of which are absurdedly low.    Re ;    VVE ARE THE ONLY
Hy does thii apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  G��NE   DOWN  to  a  very  astonishing
Labor is _lso much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what  is beyond  the  least shadow
DO r.OT" MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy  names  in order to attract
DENTlAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
3SE V ETCHES and other sports without going cut of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
lear Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park lock at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
Trolley Wires Cut, Cars Attacked and Scab Crows
Driven Away,
PLAN OF PROPERTY
<TO URTH    fil/ENU�� .
r
A. W.  McLeod
Sold
8
Cleveland, O., May   L8,    Manj
of  lawlessness   wore    committed     in
connection wiih the street car stritoe
between  midnight   aad  dawn
Trolley wires were cut,   crews   \> ire
driven   from  their  ears   and  in   a   me
Instances nonunion mon were atta
ed hy the strikers' sympathizers.
Trolley   wires in Lakewood. a w ���-.
ern suburb, were cul in several places,
with the resull thai    the    Municipal
Traction    company    announced    this
morning that no further attempt would
ue made to operate oars In thai section until the Lakewood   author! lee
guaranteed protection for Its men and
cars.   Because of alleged dlscrim n 1
tion   in   fares  agalnsl   Lakewood   by
the Municipal Traction company, it Is
claimed,  that, the  authorities of    the
town are making no efforts to suppress the lawless arts committed   by
strike  sympathizers.     There    was    a
marked  increase   in  the  number    of
cars operated  by  the company    this
morning-, the five minute schedule being observed  on some  of the    lines.
Bach car carried ,a policeman in    the
motorman's vestibule.
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ENGLISH GROWERS DEMAND
DUTY   ON   AMERICAN   HOPS
London, May 16.���Fifty thousand
men and women interested in the bop
industry held a demonstration in Trafalgar square today for the purpose ot
imposing a duty of $10 on every hundredweight of bops imported into the
country. Speakers harangued the multitude on the ruin of the industry
through tho dumping of American
hops in Kngland. and resolution..
were adopted railing upon tbe govern-
ment not to delay ln helping to reestablish tho Industry and placing a
duty on all imported hops.
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8
H. P. Latham
T. E. Butters
MAIL CONTRACT
J
S|     ���*.   J
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster Ceuoral, will be received at Ottawa until .Noon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for tbe conveyance of His Majesty's .Mails, on a
proposed contract for four years, sis
times per week each way, between the
proposed post, office at Dundonald and
Gilley Station, U. C Electric Railway,
during the Postmastor-ticnoral's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to condition! ot proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may l;o obtained at
the post office of New* Westminster
and from Mr. .1. W'ollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Oifiee Inspector.
JOHN K. OUKKNKIK.l.n,
Dost Office Inapoctor,
Post Officii ln.spec.tW1   office,   Vancouver, H. C, Sth May, 190��. ^v" ��
��MOR Y      STR l%ET
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
W, lot. and a house facing Fourth Avenue between Pine sM. Third St..   Hou.e I. .even roomed with modern Improvement..     \
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.   Price $1200.
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McQUARRIE & CO. ^
Street
SOLE AGENTS POR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mai! Service
|i)i,
Mlched by c. P. R. train at 8:35
a' *"���; ''lone s a. m.
���flly     and Sontt,e. v-a Huntingdon.
pr-'a38 N"' l- dal,y exc'ei)t Sun-
____.'. BaPPerton No.  1,  dally except
ay*   Mails Received at 6:36 p.m.
at   8.30   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric rallwaj
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.  1.  dallyexcept Sun
days.    Return mall received 10 am.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 45 a.m.:
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl.   Tort  KelH
Ilazeln.ore,    Hall's    Prairie,    Bona*
cord, BlBlne  and   Seattle   <al1  p0 nt" ' nlsprifch(_ci hy B. C. Electric railway.
In   Washington   and   south,    also       ,        ^^ ^  ^ .
points  In *J"te;\,tate")'1/���celYei     Vancouver No. 2;   Victoria. No. 1;
cept Sunday.- Return malU receive.*
Clayton, Tuesdays iand Thursday;*,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Monday.
nnd Fridays.
Central   Park,   dally   except   Sunday. |    Hunbtirry,     Mondays,   Wednesdays
Ket urn mall received at .1 p.m. I nnd Fridays;  leaves 11 a.m.
Dlrfpatched by carrier, 1:13 0. nt.: Burnaby    Lake.    Return    mall   at
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday,   B P nt.
Return malls received at 1:10 p. m.      Dispatched by G.N. Pyier. 4 o. _____
Dispatched by carrier 18 00 noon: xo souther*   polnrs.   dally �����pe��pt
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tues-; Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. tt./,
_ ��-. t     1 A��� . ,*   ���       "     ���   A
'      Tit
dnys and Friday..   Return   malls   re
ceived Tuesdays and Friday*.
All down river polnL via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
THI
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
 ;��� . .-,.    --#v
fto Tift. fi-hlFAit (jHai-l. r of section 11,
township _*, New Westminster district,
A certlllc.to of Indefeasible title to
Hm above property will be l-w.ied to
James (1. Smith on the fourth day of
June, 11)08, unless In the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to ne
in writing by a person or persons
clalnnlng an estate or Interest therein,
os In any i>art thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Laud Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1908.
The poison or persons having ia
��� heir custody or possession tho following tltlo deeds relating to the aald
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 2fi, 1884 Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
whltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
ln fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackaon to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, as.lgaaOtt *t
mactgage.
THOMAS R. 1
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PAGE  EIGHT
rJHE  DAILY  NEWS.,
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
tyfE Have
ALL   KINDS  OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the   best   quality,
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E.lard Bltck, New KVestn-iinstsr
facial, s��-.p, or body treatments g?ven
In your ew,n hont-e. Also man-curing.
For engtgement Ting no A 839. |
EXPENSES CUT IN
PLANS OP STATION
Winnipeg's Union Depot to
TUESDAY. MAY 19
For Breakfast-use WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It gives a
clelicious piquancy to the eggs and
rolls.   Never gritty.
A BIG
���hom^,
150
Cost $250,000 Less ThanJwwoowaw^
First Estimate. 1 BUY YOUR |
i*i
Groceries .
Lace C
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GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
.fies get in.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Colombia   St.,     New   Westmin-
��fr_r,   B-   C.
Winnipeg   May   is.���The   tenders
for construction of the new Fort Garry
; union depot, which have    been    submitted, have ho liar exceeded the estimates of the architects that    a.    revision of the iilans has Ueeji suggested
and contractors have bfceh asked    to
I figure on remodelled drawings.   These
include  the taking off of one storey
and   dispensing   with   much   of     the
.ornamentation   of    the    rotunda,    by
which it is hoped to Clip a Quarter of
'' a million off the cost.   By the    substitution of galvanized iron for hammered   copper  on   the   cornices   ani
; panels, the decorations of which were
'very   elaborate   under   the   original
I plans, it is thought a saving of 170,000
oan be effected,   Then much of    the
i beautiful    marble    tittings    may    be  >S
i eliminated affording a great    saving.   A
; These two items together with    the  *���
i cutting off of the top stoiey will re- : >$
I duce the expenditure by easily $250,-  >*<
I ooo. y.
Of couxse, the fact that new tender,-   !��J
are ibeing called  for    these    revised fl
i ,���*<
plans does not necessarily mean that ; fl
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SALE This Week
a ~ | ii 200 Pair of Nottingham Lace Cur-
1 WELSH'S Ij J tains, on Sale Tuesday
Morning
AND SAVE
MONEY
Everything Nice and
Clean
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$1 .25 per
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i the original drawings will be discarded.    That lias not been definitely de-
| cidv.i| upon and will not he until after
! officials of tbe Interested companies
aad the representatives of the government have hail an opportunity to confer upon the matter and   to consider
the new tenders.    It is known
j'the government is scarcely adverse to
���having the office accommodation    of
| the depot  curtailed,     believing    that
; even   that   provided     for  under    the
I original    plans will     be    insufficient ���'
', within a few years.
3 cans Corn for  .   25c
Smyrna Figs, 3 lbs. 25c
Quaker   Brand  Tomatoes    are    the
. best    .    . 15c per tin
7 cans for $1.00
CAM
The People's Grocer
P. 8.-3 pounds of Creamery \
Butter for
that! S
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in
New
Picture Post Cards
and Souvenirs at
J.J. MACKAY & CO.
-MMSEUS.     SrailJNfHS     news __sie_s
FRENCH FORCES DEFEAT
ARABS IN ONE-SIDED FIGHT
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��� WfcQD. ING     PRESENTS !
Have you ersmbed our sfuryk ..f CUT GLASS? \V_ hiiivf. now on *
exhibition a line .->f lhe best igutlity Cut Gtees ever icair*led -is the city ������
"We haive also rep5*rt.shed our ���tooki��f:8ILvv"ERW_fi_RB, wa WW.11 as all ���
���other tines. A piese of the Piofcacd. Hand-Painte*! .China .wt.l make ������
a very icceptable gjUL   We wiHf: be pleased fo sih.w you .our #3od_.
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I W. C. CHAM BE*. LIN Th* *"��"*"
***************************i.
PlansforJ'ourHding
can be belter ,��nd imre qi/'ckly
carried out if we supply ths
building mat.i'ials. As wo
handle only standard yrades thti
.Work is surer, stronger and uoes
along without a hitch If )��ti
���were building eie.ry ci-'.y yoif'd
'Know our materisl.s are the beot
to use. Take the hint and buy
where experienced bui'lflers do,
whi,.ch is here.
I GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
Paris, .M,ay J_.���Official dispatches
from General Vigy,    commander    ol
the French forces in Algeria, who eu-
-.;-.igt'd in a fierce light with Arabs ou
Thursday, statu that he occupied li >u-
t'onib, the stronghold of Mulal-Hassan. i
after vigorously shelling the    tribes- i
men, who numbered tiuoo.   The enemy
dispersed in all directions,  'abandon-
Ing their camp and large Quantities oi
stores and ammunition.   They suffered  severe  losses owing  to admirable
handling   Ot    the    artillery    by    the
i rench.    'The latter lost three killed j
and nine wounded.   According to the
dispatches, the occupation has had a
widespread effect throughout the re-,'
gion, a number of submissions already i
having resulted.
Clerks Want Holidays.
Regina, Sask., May 18.���At a
largely attended meeting of tbe clerks
of the city last night un association
was formed with a view to protecting the interests of a large body of
clerks employed in local stores, especially with a view to getting a
weekly half holiday during 'he summer  months.
FOR SALE
A BEAUTIFUL HOME at
Sunnyslde, I-ort Moody, Large
eight room collage, ill feet by II
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
ferms, very easj.
A good Hsl nf fruit farms to suit
all. Apply to I
Edward ^*/. Powell i
PORT  HAMMOND, B. C.
 1
PASTURE To Rent
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one to one  hundred head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant grass and water.    Apply
to the owner,*
W. R. AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON P.O. !
No portwra of our liouse furnishing department
than the lace curtain section.    Our curtains are Impi        direel from
one of the largeal manufacturers ln England. Pa tern               ...!
ini;. ins are all fresh anil clean.   An Immense over toi             ,. ,
necessitates our baking vigorous action to reduce -
portions.    Exceptional values await those who maj de   ... Dew anil
lowly priced curtains.    These cin-iains are 3 and 3% yards long and I
4,j to 60 incln*.  wide.   Regular values are $1.35   to   J1.75.   On   sale
Tuesday morning, per pair  51.25 [
A Sale of Everyday Table Napkins l
10c Each
Twenty dozen of pure linen table napkins. Size 20   .  -   Inches, in
a variety of patterns usually ^old in the dozen lots, but   can   be}
bought singly during this sale if desired.   A Bpecial Bnap at $1.50 per
dozen.   On sale Tuesday, each 10c|
!W.S.Collister&C.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
Ik* LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
Hat Carnival   Tonight.
Hats of all descriptions will bo
'se.vi this evening at the hal mas-
Lquerade to be held In  the Clarkidn
street roller rink, when prlze�� will
[be given to the biggest, smallest,pret-
; lies', nml homeliest hats. A landscape
-gardener wlll'be In attendance t<> pass
Judgment  on  Merry  widows,  being
assisted In his arduous task by three
provincial land surveyors, who will
take the measurements of the Savage
creation.-- in relays. A powerful microscope has been Installed ut the
north end of the rink, and with ihis
artificial assistance it Is hoped to discover the smallest headpiece early ln
the evening. The pretties! hal will
be selected hy a committee of city
beauties, while the homeliest skull-
oover will be picked ou) by the combined exertions, ot eighteen case-
hardened badhelors, The decision in
each case wm be Una], unalterable,
and Irrevocable,
Westward, Ho
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j Electric Railway Service::
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:60 a. in. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv, Vancouver Ut.'.O.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tne
citj line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram t
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Curs leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   nHir nourly be-
tween S.;*0 ,1 rn. nnd 11 p.m.
W1
'*��� are now at home in
*m*m���ss ��ur new offices, two
Mods farther West, in the
Westminster Trust build-
ing, corner Columfcia and
Lome streets.
*--��..      > 1
Time Is Money���Don't'i tavel, Just TaN
Hides Wanted I
K-OHcrr cash ptwtt .-.'
*Mtf on Delivery at   df
Fraser Pjver Tennery
NEW   VVr^-riMgtfcr.,   B.  C.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Buildlnfl rW'��
for British Ctiumbia.
Ctrult]
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
j! jF. J. HART fir CC >
I I IMITFH ********
���^������^������^���e��^��***eee#e��*#e'ii**��i^*e*��^f��f^*e*#��#*tf4   New   Westminster,
LIMITED
Vancouver    and   Chillhv.
F. CRAKE
r ingflfth Watchmaker
ma *h*trr*  from  Ceo. Adam., Or****
Ladles'Gold Watches trom t1&75up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcbe*. open
face. 16.00.
Gontlemen's Silver Watcn-ee. double
case, 17.60 up.
Asent ior the celebTatefl South Bend
Watches, supplied to tTre Wfimn
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warn.iited.
Chains. Kings, J*W��fry, etc.. <-:������
Watch repal-rtttg:: ��n*rges reason-
iX\t,   B. C /.lq,
The time Mr ���*M���   . fS*\
the British CWOmbla F*h ��>   ^
wlI1 be ertceded from   he *
First of June ��"''���
F  00UBDEAU
p;.r.''i'ie
May until the
Dej^'MInister of Marine am;
D'lfiiwn, April 22nd, 1908
R. MILES & CO-
Plumbers, 6a$ and Hot Water
ini nl
tention. Sewer connection  n   ^
Moderate Charges. ^^
Front St. Now West

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