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 Me, Shiles & Co.
'tat INSURANCE
J,_FjTMINSTER.B.C
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REAL ESTATI
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V
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.    ' HURSl.AY .MORNING, MAY 7, 1908.
TEN   CENTS PER WEEK-
10 DEATH
N SAD ACCIDENT
���tBowell Meets Sudden
[Jid Wliile Moving Purni-
L on Port Moody .Road.
LACROSSE RIVALRY IS
OUE TO START TONIGHT
Reginas and Westenders Cross sticks
on  Queen's  Park  Oval   in  First
Game   of   Season.
WORK Of MANY YEARS
BRINGS RICH REWARD
v. ith    the face
off of tire  ball al
After Operating Mine for
Five Years, VV. Waldie
Sells for $175,000.
, Queen's Pari* this evenin
I Deal"
came to
ro i, rt Bowell yes-  afti r si.
g at a qtmrtci
Ida)
morning
 '��������� 'he Btruggle for in-
:, one    of Its  most   termedtate lacro   ,  supremacy will he
L-forn.    wlUioul    an    Instants"  on for  the    season.   The contending
JLoftli'     Impending  disaster,   team    ...u   ,,..  those  old   rivals
M-cll was the owner of a farm   Keginas    and  the   Westender .  each
,, ., ���,.,.,., mad, but had jusl   i'";'-"-   a Hi mg in    UU) on the field
,!lf     ...    ,!   was  moving  the   t01pthe.(flrs| �� ' the season,
I i'* Practici    have  been  well  attended
imb residence on the  , ,. ,.    ,     ,,   , u
pre ������'- bj  nearly all the toys, most of whom
tarty to the barn, only a short dis-   ,,,,. *��� tll , ,,.,,,��� tor lne cla8h
Kfbii-.i,--   a very rough trail. The tonight,    Very tew new men will be
on the lineup ol either team this year,
according to present Indications, although a couple or dark horses will
be given a tryout.
Th's Is the way the men will stand
Nelson,  May G.���Patient perserver-
auce,  intelligently    directed,    seldom
tails in missing its mark.   The truth
the| ol un., adequately shown iu  the sale
of the Queen uiiue at Sal mo io Wis-
ARBITRATION WITH
JAPAN IS SIGNED
Treaty Between Washington
and Tokyo Will Take Issues to The Hague.
Washington, .May 0 -A genera! arbitration treaty between the United
States and Japan was sign, d today .by
Secretary Root aud Ambassador Tak-
ahira. Tills treaty follows the lines
of the several arbitration agreements
e was !"���' led   on lo a  wood
I and hauli      > a Bmgle hor*, u
tt but well  broken animal.    At
ppeo- the accident, Stephen, the
���Lsoiiol tae deceased, was walk-
dongslde the jolting Bled, driving
,torse with one hand and steadying
.load witb  ;;'"* other;  his  father
I seated im lie- front holding on to
liritiii** de-sk.    A  sudden   pitch  in
[road threw 'lie desk and the man
jejthe feel ol the horse. Apparent-
? horse kicked him, for the hack
I He skull    was    crushed   in;   the
1,-teticd animal  then bolted,  dr&g-
^the load   over  the   unfortunate
���pamldislocating-nls neck, causing
ttant  death.    The son, who    was
Irlrin?. was  dragged  for  some   dis-
sbefore the horse got aw.ay from
IbteompiP'olv. but suffered no sev-
jbjurlos. The runaway was slopped
|a neighbor named Harrison,   and
Irish message was sent to Dr. Rot.h-
, who lia^tennd to the scene, pro-
lt_ci_*r th*  victim   of the   accident
lie past lu-lp.
lT_eU.il>- �� is brought to Murchie's
Bertakiag parlors, where it will be
(ned hv th_  inroner Capt.  Pitten-|
Kalthough  it is unlikely that an
est wlll he held.
consin capUalistg by William Wuld.e,, which have been negot.ated* between
who nas realized, after live years of, this country and European nations
work, a comfortable fortune through during the winter in accordance with
tin disposal of his property. Yester-j the Idea adopted at the reeent Hague
daj the tjueen mine was sold to Wis-, conference, It will permit the arbl-
consln in. n for $175,000, $00,000 being; tration at Tlie Hague of nearly every
..at down ami the remainder to be class of dispute which may ar.Be be-
paid at the end of thirty mouths. In; twcui the signatory powers.
tbe meantime the purchasers will pay	
1111011, RESCUE OF
IQUEEN'SAVENUECHURCH
DROWNING JfOUTHI    ^BMMOI
war*
Walter  Davis Jumps   Into   Fraser and
Saves W. Cambridge from
Watery Grave.
Annual Meeting of Official
Board Transacts Important
Business���Officers Elected
(Jv. (-balancing in an attempt to
hand a newspaper to a customer on
the new dipper dredge at the C.P.R.
wharf a out seven o'clock yesterday
evening, young W. Cambridge, son of
Thomas F. Cambridge, of 2_1 Fourth
avenue, a clerk al Hi
lum, tell between that vessel and the| hers of the church  in every  depart
wharf, ��� disappearing  beneath  the Icy
waters of the Praser almost instantly.
The final annual meeting of the
quarterly official board of Queen's
Avenue chinch met in the league
room last night to receive the reports
tor the past year. The results were
provincial asy-l a tribute to the energy of tlie menn-
; ment, showing a total sum raised for
j all church purposes of ?s,015, all of
which  bas been expended in  the im-
Several   persons   witnessed  the   acci- ^ n, ,jf Jho varl0,ls departments
dent   and   rushed   at   once   to   rescue
a  large   proportion   being allotted  for
on the field*.
Keginas.
II. Gifford
0. Peele
A. Robertson
II.  McArthur
II. Fletcher
G. Mannerlng
.1.  Fitzgerald
H.Archibald
A. Smith
D. Morrison
C. Smith
H. Alltim
Goal
Poinl
Coverp't
1st Def.
2nd Def.
3rd Def.
Centre
3rd Home
2nd Home
1st Home
Ou'side
Inside
Westenders.
D. F. Munn
D. Marshall
B.Galbraith
BIGGEST   DR..UGE   ON   CO/*ST
LAUNCHED ON THE FRASER
15 per cent, of the mint and smelter
returns   to  the   vendors, the  amount
Ths accuriag to be installments upon
the purchase price.
But  Mr.  Waldie has  not  forgotten   2t,.ns  gathered  ou  tbe
bi. men who have been working under; bridge  yesterday   morning   to witness
aim for sd many years past. The deal: the  launching of  the  largest dredge
;;a��;,S,Pri '"!is through and the property reverts' of ;hu paoiflc.   The launch was most
H. Sibley I jj  th0
1     '  :i;"-5   the mime is closed down for a period
the drowning lad, who had already; fi|10 yearly sum towards the cost of
sunk for the second time before Wal- j tne new addition. For missions the
ter Davis, a young Englishman stay-j Rllm 0f $1350 was raised, for educa-
ing at, the Depot hotel, who hnd leaped I tional purposes $1002, for other
into the river as soon, as he realized church schemes $100.
thai ihe lad was in danger, managed| T.le report of the treasurer of the
to secure a hold on the drowning hoy 1 to^-a shows a balance    oh hand of
$:.003.09,    disburse-
and keep him above water until assist-   $58.87;   receipts
B. Warwick
D. Bartlett
R. Sangster
G.  Spring
A large asembtage of interested citi-
Lulu    Island
ance w.as secured  and  the two were
brought safely to shore.
Young   Cambridge   was   apparently
payments fall  in  arrear or ifj successful, uo hitch of any desCripfrCTi '��� nnne tne worse for tne experience, be
marring   the   proceedings.     Gradually j *"" hurried home in a hack and placed j $1500, trustees $907.11, music $292.05.
the shores were knocked away and the  under tho care of hls parents*   His'''���������' report   of the    Sunday   school
ments |2945.12. Of the receipts $2153
was raised by envelopes, $S50.35 by
collections. Tin* chief items in the
disbursements   are  minister's  salary,
GOVERNMENT WILL ISSUE
TELEPHONE DEBENTURES
u    v..-,,--, :,'ic  0f go days
Tim deed was signed yesterday, on |jutu, stce- hull lowered on to'the well' rescuer, after seeing the lad in safel shows that, the number of scholars on
behalf of a syndicate of Wisconsin greased wayB. For a moment it seem-! hands, made his way to the Depot) the roll during the year was 400; the
people, by A. D.  Westby. j e(j  to    hesitate, then,  as    the    men! notpl in order to change his clothing   school raised the sum of $500 during
lus��   now  the   property    is    ���being scrambled from beneath, glided easily! *   15avis has only been In the city a  the   year,   which   went  towards    the
0. Swanson opened up by a force of 38 men and  and  with  increasing momentum  into i s,K*rt tlrae-
: a  mill   of  10  stamps   is  in   constant  the water, while at the same moment'! '	
operation.    On    the    railway  siding,  the  shutters of   numerous    cameoas 1 ntllini!  IC   DCinV  MID
awaitlUg   the   opening   of   the   roads,! rea(iy trnined for the splash snapped. ILUNIIUN   IJ  llfcAUl   Mill
are 10 more stai*ps, which will bring  -phe vessel swung of its own vo**fion'
up the capacity of the mil!  from 185; out to the centre of the channel In a MONSTER   EXPOSITION
long curve, and was picked up by the
Scheme to Raise Money to Carry Out
Public Ownerhsip   Undertaking
in Saskatchewan.
to close to 400 tons a week.
It   is 12 years since the mine wasI government tender Petrel, and towed
It  has   not.   however,  been: to the government wharf.   The vessel I Franco - British
worked   continuously from   that date.; w;iS  g,aiIy  decorated   with  strings of
The,-,,  have  been   many   vleissitudes.  nags   along  her    whole   length,   the!
Six years ago it was leased and 12   Union  Jack waved at her peak  and!
--     - I months later W. Waldie took hold of. Blue Peter at the stern, while a round i
U.giua   Sask   Mav 6-The govern-1ftlle pro,ierty and has wdrked !t con-, of cheers arose from the crowd as her!
Exhibition
Undertaken in England Since
Crystal Palace Fair,
tinously ever since.
bows churned up the foam.
London,   May
BASEBALL GAME TONIGHT   ! M.RRIDE WILL NOT ATTEND
tlati: Robert Bowell was 5*1 years   ment   telephone  policy   was  outlined
���and a native of St Johns, New-j In the legislative assembly yesterday
land.   He  came to British  Col-  afternoon by  Mr. Calder,  who stated
fa some 21 years ago, taking up. 'hat the government  would own and
mm. where until a year ago he   lines, the cities and   owns would own UN   lAHll  Al   dAl I L KI Oil      lAuLlS  MEMORIAL SERVICE
ided.  He was  also    a  prominent   the. local exchanges  and the munici-
Odd Fellows and the   polities  would  he given  the right to
cost of the new building. The Ladies
Aid raised $752.83, and have a balance
on hand, after making all necessary
expenditures of $188.48. The Epworth
league reported a membership of 102,
of whom 73 were active members.
During the year the league raised
i $171.21 The. junior league had an
Biggest active membership of 84, and raised
$65.50.
The total number of communicants
��� j during the year was 390, a clear gain
over last year of 23
The election of officers resulted in
F.   O.  Canfield lieing re-elected re-
Knber of tli
iD.i-lo.se. of that city.   He leaves[ purchase 01* construct  rural  systems.
I brother In this city, Rev. J. P. Bow-   The government held out little hope,
I bursar of Columbian college,  five  however, that the municipalities Wolud
w Stephen,  Walter,    Frank    and  take up the work and so the aPerna-
��t_e, In this city, and William in   tive provision  is  made for the local
ms'ron-r, and   two daughters  Mrs.   companies to he organized to provide
���. of Armstrong. Emma an,1 Alice  rural  systems, government assistance
'this city.   Mrs.  Rowell of Boston,   being given for that purpose..,
1 the step mother  of  the  deceased      The leader of Ae opposition came
M a .'.p-si. ter also resides in that ra4t tor a policy of straight govern-
P1),  There  nre   five  step   brothers  ment ownership of the telephone sys-
'several nephews and nelces, two  tern   throughout    the    province,  and
���he former and all the latter reside  claimed that in its proposals the government was providing the luxury and
-- ���  shirking the necessity.
For the purpose of raising money
to carry out the telephone scheme the
government will issue 40 year debentures, bearing Interest at four per
cent. '
"aught
Last
ers of  England  Entertain.
evening ihe Daughters of Eug-
|i entertained the members of the
J* of Columbia lodge, of the Son*
PEngland, at nso cial In the K of P
Thf ladies  turned out  in   full
P'te and spread  delicacies  sufficient
'���e(,<l a small  army, in fact,    did
Smokefest on Wednesday.
A  joint  smoker    will  be  given  on
The Sapperton baseball team is in [ The annual memorial service of the
line for a mauling this evening, the1 Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No.
Columbian college boys meeting tms  -u- wil1 be held in this city on May
. ��� ��������.������ ^..1, ������ _i_  31,  the   last  Sunday    of this  month,
aggregation at Sapperton park at six ' ���__�����_������_,
services being held in the Eagles hall.
o'clock.   Judging from previous show-   .   ,-������_������  ....     .���.��^.j��� ^,, ���.,
0 A  teiegram  was  yesterday    received
iug   made  by  these   two  teams,  the | from the Hon   uichard McBride, who
lads from the educating establishment! is a member of the order, announcing
will   have no diffciluty  in  HlrTnj* up! 'hat lie would be unable to be present
their score column, while the Sapper- j at  tbe  annual ceremony.    Following
,    ..     ,, , ,    ,,, I the service in the hall, all of the 175
tons w     doubtless be thankful for the! ���.���K_.-- ...   .>.    ......        v
local members of the order who can
pointers tbey will receive by playing, attBttd w,��� mnth )n parade order tQ
what is either the best or second best; the Sapperton cemeteries, where
team mttie city. The real .baseball: rIower8 wllI be p]aced on ,he gnaves
match of the week will take place on of tnc thirteen members of Aerie 20
Saturday, when the city seniors will | who have pa8sed away slnce the lodge
alternate  with  Columbian   college  in  was established.    The city band will
warming the bench at Queen's Park.
Amend Chinese Act.
Ottawa, May 6���The amendment of
the Chinese Act provides for the deportation  of Chinese  who are  found
lead  the procession.
ENGLISH   CATHOLICS
6���After  uiouuiB    ot
pre..a.auon, tue * ranco-JirKish Eatiii-,
practically    complete    and I cor(linS    Bteward*    Treasurer.   C.   J.
vll London i RoDson:  local preachers, F. O. Can-
' field, W. Wilson;   leaders of clasaes.
T.   R.   Pearson,  J.   C.   Smith, Mrs.
uluou   ls
ready   lor   the   opening.
and Paris as well is looking forward
eagerly to the event.   The exhibition, ,      . *\ ,     ,,   ,.
.... ,,, ,      . ...  James Cunn.nlham;   stewards, F. O,
is   tlij   most   ambitious   affair  of  its
kind that has been attempted in Kngland since tue great (Jrystal Palace
exposition.
The Franco-BV.tlsh Exhibition occupies a tract 01 nearly 150 acres at
Shepherd's Bush, a suburb of North
London. Scattefed over this vast
urea are some huge exhibition palaces
dedicated to the science, art and industry of France and Great Britain.
The buildings are spacious and artistic structures, built for the most part
of steel, iron, concrete and plaster.
The giant of the palaces is the Machinery Hall, which is said to be the
Canfield, C. J. Robson, T. R. Pearson, C. J. Smith, Dr. Manchester, B.
F. Casselman, John Peck, Mts. Barraclough, Mrs. Harvey Johnston.
The following were appointed as
delegates to the district meeting in
Sapperton: W.Wilson, J. C. Loree, H.
Bennet, F. O Canfield, C. J. Robson,
C Cliff, T. R. Pearson.
The question of ushers for the
church was discussed and it was decided to leave the matter with U_e
Men's Own Class to settle.
A committee consisting of the pastor, C. J. Robson and F. O. Canfield,.
was appointed for the getting out of
largest building of its kind ever erect
of over six     e year ' printing nnd cir-
ed.    It covers an area
acres, which, with the balconies, glvea
It a total  floor space ot over eight
acres.
The next largest edifice is the Indian Court, for the display of the pro-
dilation of the annual calender was
authorized. The board also agree*
to supply the pastor with money unto tltlrty dollars for adertising, printing and other Incidentals.
wntmost to make the evening a Wednesday    of next    week  by the ,.-,,.*
��^.m in this they did not fail, Cigarmaker's Union, Local No. ISC.Jto have been smuggled into Canada.
*��* -Pressed some diu- olnt-i and the Bartender's Onion, Local No' This ��� due to the fact that twenty
�� �� the number of the maTe & 784, in the Eagles hall, when al, union Chinese who got into Cape BMon
*t An excellent program of men in the city will be invited to at- from Newfound and, after he Ing f ned
-"*��� ""'I recitations was rendered tend and Join In the festivities. A one hundred dollars had to he let go
P>* ladles, with instrumental num-   varied   program of  songs, music and j on ^^1t '"  Tl"   inle^rt
fc���� full orchffStra.    Among the  recftattons, interspersed with unusual  no  anthori.v    in   the law   to   deport
���*"��r�� contributed  t(, the  program' attractions,   will   be   provided   by  an] them.
"���'���' Miss    Collins,    Miss I energetic committee in charge of the
l*er.
f*��1.Messrs A. B. Bl.ackman and entertainment. A full program of lhe
L snpV and tw*o recitations by Miss' attractions will be drawn up nt a
C Tilly Th0 evening concluded Joint meeUng to be held on Friday
1  "^shnients and games. I evening. 	
:"   ^'^1^^^
"This Is My 61st Birthday
tf
Lord Rosebery.
Tl'<' Right Honorable Archibald Philip Primrose, Earl ot Rose-
? 1'and former Premier of Great Britain, was born in I-Otidon, May
' ����. Ui-,. son of the late Archibaftl Lord Dalmeuey. He received
8 eaucatlon at Eton and Christ Church college, Oxford, an.l succeed
"il    r_   ..1..   ... ... ._,..._._.    ft
ed to
I.,
i;   !i'le in 18fi8.    He first spoke  in  public    in    tin-    House of
Wf In 1ST], When at the opening of Parliament he was selected ��y
*������ -Qtedstone, then Prime Minister to second an address In reply to
' S1,Pw'' from the throne.    This he did  with  gnat   tact, and evoked
.   r.i.,,i_.���_ ��_   .        , i_     .... ...n.,n.M-  nroinlse.    1"
J"v"'"'���I in 1880 Lord RectoVof KdinhurghTln 1881 he was appointed
"oder See
Wi) he
.."j1 Ml'  Gladstone a reference to    his    extraordinary promise.
,.; '���""' Rosebery was elected Lord  Rector of Aberdeen of Vn
Iver-
ed
"''"ry of Staio for FVjreign Affairs.   Early In his career he
;j f      had thnx. ambitions in life: To win the Derby, to marry the
IJ blfnn  ,'"i'"ss In England, and to become Prime Minister.   His am-
"s Were fulfilled,   in 1878 he married the daughter of the great
I'"*     "       1-,'irot. at��������. ... r-.a^.-u,^     ,n 1sfl4 he became Premier it"
ai:
'far
util
���'iron Meyer de Ratlischild.
:  two later he saw his colors  win  the    race    in the gn
' '���' W  ���' t  Epsom Downs.
at
INDIANS .RE DESERTING
WHALING DEPOT FOR FRASER
ducts    of  the    Indian  Empire.    The
hanging space for pictures in the Fine' DOWNFALL OF A-SULTAN
WANT  REPSESENTATIVE.i Arts Palace  Is  greater than that at    ' IN  MOROCCO  REPORTED
  j the World's Columbian Exposition ln
Ottawa, May ���The deputation from Chicago In 1893. There will also be' Tanier.g May 6���It Is reported here
thi Irian League, including a number various amusement features, Including from Fez that the people of that city
of prominent __uglis!_ Catholics from an Irish village, scenes from French have lssiied a proclamation declaring
Toix)__;o, waited on the premier re-! peasant life and an Indian village tt16 downfall of MuTai Hafid, the
warding representation in the Domln-j from Western Canada. -usurping sultan pf the south, and the
0.1  cabinet.    Since  the  .appointment' ii-estorathm  to  authority   of Abd  HI
of  Hon.  Chas.  W.  FifZpatricl. to the '��� , I Aziz, the sultan of recod
supreme court bench, Hon. W.  Scott; 0rchard Granted RePri��ve- j", .  ,,   "���'..' "    ?���*=
has   been   the only   English  Catholic,     Portland,   May   6���A special    from' *************** *
representative in the cabinet. i Boise says:     Harry Orchard, angered  ���
" ^*S*��*^^ x%%%%%V*%%%**'rt***^ *****
Nanaimo, May 6.���Dr. Rasniiller, of
the Pacific Whaling company, who
was in the city yesterday, stated that
at Page's Lagoop station they are
temporarily shut down, as many of
their Indian fishermen wished to go
over to the Fraser for a try at the
���salmon fishing. He states that in a
few weeks they will return, as they
can do better fishing for his company
than they can fishing for salmon unless there Is a lucky run for a few
days of the, latter fish. Dr. Rasmiller
says that, his company will bring over
from the west coast a lot of the natives .and that many Indians from this
vicinity will also. :be engaged shortly
for the dog fishing, and he expects
this to he a permanent business here.
At tho west coast the whale, fishing
\; going on famously, and many 0?
the d<iep sea levinthlans are being
*:) 1 captured   and converter!   Into   useful
Jl.     . 1. ,wlnets
products.
���  j at  his  attorney,  Frank  Wymftn,  be-  ���
LABOR  UNIONS TO  C-..DUCT        | cause of the  latter's efforts to save! *���*��
HOSPITAL FOR WORWNGMEN | him   from  execution,  has    dismissed ���
Wyman. Governor Gooding, never- j ���
theless, this morning gave Orchard a ���
reprieve to July 2.   The board of par-  ���
VANCOUVER SPORTS.
Baseball.
Spokane            10
Vancouver       2
Seattle When Fleet Arrives
Chicago, May 6���Chicago is to have
a workingmen's hospital.    It is to be.
an institution managed co-operatively j dons meets on July 1 '���������������������������
by  the labor unions, in which    freel' :~~���r__-__=_^__.-_____--^-r==__-. ���  =_
t��f��m^ Thousand Visitors in
of sickness.    The plans for the hos-
pita! have been drawn and ncgotia-1
tions for the purchase of a site are, _______________
already under way.   Through the sale|
of annnul memberships at f .1 each it j Seattle, May 6���The reception to
Is planned to realize a fund of $05,000,; the fleet committee is receiving hun-
which will cover tho establishment of dreds of requests daily for seats In
'the institution and the first year's the huge reviewing stand which will
work. I be erected between Pine and Virgina
���  I Ireets and between First and Second
I avenues.    A. Forrester Deveraux has
���
���-
���
��� ���
��� ���
������
Winnipeg  Firm Assigns.
Winnipeg.May 6���The Amalgamated ] been placed In charge of the work of
Press of Canada, Ltd., doing business   reserving the  seats, and he has de-
in Winnipeg for the past year under   vised a system whereby requests are
the  management    of  John  MacLean j made by mail.
assigned yesterday with liabilities of 1 The reviewing stand will seat. 10,000
$2.1.000. So far as can be' ascertained. persons, and the lntlicntions are |hat
the assets of the company will reach, it will be sold out long ln advance of
about $15,000. Some of the heaviest { the arrival of the fleet. According to
creditors are In the east
made until May 20, wher^ if the sent*
are not paid for, the reservations will
be cancelled. The price charged is
$1 a seat.
Tne reception committee estimate
that there will be 100.0C0 .visitors In
Seattle during the four days when tbe
battleship fleet will lie at anchor in
Elliott bay. This multitude with the
population of the city which will see
the magnificent naval and military
parade, will make enormous crowda
It is in anticipation of this throng
that, the public is look'ng forward
now to secure    seats in the official
the plan  in  vogue, reservations are reviewing  stand.
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Winnipeg, Maj 6���In speaking ot
'hxi crops in Western Canada, P(frailer
Boblin said he bad never in the past
thirty-one years, seen the wheat crop
in such good condition.   Weather eon-
Punishing a Court  Fool. '
Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great j
and the Emperor Paul had rough wnys |
with their fools. A dagger thrust would I
follow a poor Joke and banishment
any sign of declining wit. Once when!
Fougere, the jester of Czar Paul, of-1
feuded his royal master be was permit |
ted to depart lu peace. In tlie middle i
of the night, however, ho was aroused
and ordered to gel up and prepare for
Immediate banishment to Siberia. In !
rain the unhappy man pleaded. He I
was bundled into a dark van aud drlv- ���
���Rn away on his long-Journey. Day!
after day, week after week, It lasted. |
1 Upon arrival be stepped out Into the|
WE ARE USD.G PURE CAHADIAIf MILK IH
Cowan's
���iition.   were  perfect   and   everything   presence of--the czar.   All the time he
pointed in a good year.
"Reports from all over the countrj
-are the same and Premier Rutherford,
of Albert,!, was telling me that out
there conditions were fine for both
grain and cattle. Premier Scott is
receiving reports from all-flver bis
large domain and they are just lhe
same. .There is plenty of moisture
in. tho ground and the top is dry
enough for the grower to get to worl;
on the land."
had  heen
but arotiiK
driven not toward Siberia,
uni around St Petersburg'
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, etc
j ���������� **H.��n^
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
COWAIN
AT THE  HOTEL*..
Russell.
Harold Wright, Vancouver.
_���_.   li.   Qulgley,   Vancouver.
B.   N.   Johnson  and   wife,  EoiiuOT,
England
\v.   H.  Morrison, Vancouver,
j. Gourlay, Vancouver.
G.   11   Halse,   Vancouver.
F. Mclntyre, Vancouver.
J. W.  Franklsh, Toronto.
H. E. Pooler, Toronto.
W.  A.  Russell, Portage la  Prairie.
W.  S. Cameron, Vancouver.
G. W.   Anwell, Seattle.
J.   W.   lliicbastel,   Vancouver.
B. S.   Busby, Vancouver.
F.   Conger,   Vancouver.
C. Tlryson.   Vancouver.
Iy.  V.   Evans. Vancouver.
V.  Oleson, Millside.
���C. A. Wilkinson. Detroit.
TI. T. Goodland, Chilliwack.
W.   K.   Houston. Victoria.
Windsor.
F. G. Asseltlne, Vancouver.
.T. McDonald, Chilliwack.
F.  Fletcher. Victoria.
Mrs.   TT    A.   Mnrdon.ild.  Langley.
Proverb. .>i  .Mam,
Here are some rather clever proverbs
of Assam:    "The best crops grow on!
others' fields, but the best sons are a' J
Lome."   "A bird Is a little thing, but j
it  builds its  nest  on  a  lofty hulung
tree."   "Buy land which slopes to the
middle, and  marry a girl who has a
good mother."    "The biggest Jack fruit
always hides under the leaves."   "If a j
man slips down lt ls always bis eldest I
wife's fault, hut if his youngest wife j
makes a mistake he says be will see
about   it."     "A   hasty   cook,   a  hasty
broom, and the husband goes fasting;
t slow cook, a slow broom,  and the I
husband cats three meals a dav."
Sent On Approval"A,
To Responsible People
Laughlin
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and
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In navy serge, with gold braid trimming,
sizes from 3 to 6 years $1.75 the suit
Tweed Sailor Suits
with detachable collars (white with monogram in front), sizes from 3 to S years	
 $2.50 the suit
Better goods from $3.75 to $6.00 the suit
Wash Blouses, Wash Suits,
Play Suits (combination) 75c
Overalls 50c the pair
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BILLINGSGATE.
Jfarkets Seem  the   Natural   A bods  a.
Strong Language.
The unpolished phraseology, native  though   not   peculiar   to  this j
quarter of London, lias given rise
"to the proverbial ase*od_ the name :
Billingsgate.    "One mav term this '
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one
ondon," say?
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. sulci Uoid���cut
ou right hand l.iav l,e had
in . nher our standard
black opaque patient, or
.'��� u ; ��� akable 'i'ranspai-1
i nt i desired, either in !
plain or engraved litiisli,
as ; re/erred,
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I -t ; . , fi.rCL't.''    Ad,lrt',s
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic Bid}..
Detrotl, Mlsb
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Fruit Ranche
All   slashed;   no     1-dings;
Reasonable term3.
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Ten acres convenient to town.
water; on good road.   Price $1100.
High, and one-quarter acres on  Blue Mountain road   a:: slashed
two room house;  small garden and chicken house ai I i
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable term.-.
trust mm
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANTS
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the southeast quarter of s iction 11,
township _. Xew Westminster dis-1
trict.
A certificate of indefeasible title toi
the above property will be issued to
j James G. Smith on the fourth day of1
June, 1.0S, unless in the meantime a|
i valid objection thereto be made to mei
I in  writing by  a   person    or  persons j
I claiming an estate or interest therein, j
or in any .part thereof.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
I Land Registry Office,  .N'ew  Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1908.
the Esculine gate of
old Fuller. "Here One may near
linguas jurgatrice-=." The seventeenth century references to the
���"rhetoric'' or obscene language of
\be market are frequent, and hence
foul languagt itself is called "billingsgate" In "Vanity Fair," too,
Thackeray tells up how Mr. Osborne
��� cursed Billingsgate witb an emphasis worthy of the place.
It.is curious how markets are the
natural abode of strong language.
Thus the French equivalent for
*Ttou a-rcino better than a Billingsgate fish;fag" is "Your compliments
*re like those of the Place Mau-
bert',"" the Place Maubert being not-
���ed for its market.
In the good old days the Billingsgate porters seem to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves, for one Ban^-
ford, writing in 1715, says: "This
���being to my mind another ancient
Bjnltom thai: hath been omitted of
late years. It seems that in former
times the porters that plied at Bib
Kng8gate used civilly to entreat and
idfifiire every man that passed that
u ay to salule a post that stood therein /i vacant place.   If he refused to
���ok. ffina, they forthwith laid hold of
bin nnd by main force bumped him
against the post. But if he quietly
.u'omitted to kiss the same and paid
dovh sixpence they gave him a
Tiaine and chose some one of the
i 3r.ng for his godfather.    I believe
ViV-K- was done in memory of some
old imag>e that formerly stood there,
rverhaps Belus or Belin."
7he original porters of Billings- '
>^aVe belonged to one of the oldest !
labor guilds in the country, the Fel-
IcnrBhip of Porters, and at one time I
TrV carrying work both at Billings-
���gate and from the wharfs to the
warehouses of the city within a cer- j
tain radius was entirely performed j
"by them.���London Globe.
Montreal, U. S. A.
A lady applied the other day for;
tickets for thc royal inclosure at :
Afoot for self, daughters and for a
Hiss -X. of Montreal.   She received
tickets for herself and daughters,
with a communication that .Miss X.
of   Monh-eal   should   apply   for   a
ticket through  the American am-
laasador.    The only parallel we can
<Ja)'nk of to this grip of geoeraphy I And all the principa) busines.s ci nters of
on the part of the powers that b* ONTARIO, QUEBEC and tbe MART-
is the reply of the celebrated Duke
of Newcastle, who, on being inform-
-ed that Newfoundland was an is
brad, shook hands warmly with his
informant nnd said:   "Thank you,
$K__n__ vou.    Yi*��u always bring \_��
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING    *
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty,
re-l. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the s&id
property are requested to deliver the
���-i.iuie to the undersigned.
September 26, 1S.S4��� Charles Robert!
OulrerweL] to Montague William Tvr-1
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rtt-M. Columbia Coaat Lin*
Service.
TIME TABLE
from    Vancouver    at    8    0.  m.,  2nd
1 and   16th   of  each   month,  calling  al
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA. LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 a.m. ever.
'! tr.irsday. Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lad yam It*-.
UP R1V__R.
Beaver���
From   Xew   Westminster   Monday.
Wednesday unit Fridiy.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, T'lir- taj
' and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
i     Steamer Transfer leaves Sow West-
tni��ster .Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
! Thursday,  Friday  and   Saturday  at  2
I p.m.    Additional trip Monday ,. a.m.
Leave    Westham     lalaml    Monday.
Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday,  Saturday at 7 a.m.    Friday 6 a.m.    Additional  trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
COAL! COA
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE: ma STREET, FOOl OF SIXTH.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tmto   door*   from   Ceo. Adam., Croc.r
m Hii
MllMM
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
i   Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver   Watches,   doeb)*
case, $7.50 >jp.
j   Agent for the celebrated South Bend
: Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellmaa
Arctic Expedition.    \ll warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;     enarges   reason-
! able.
BOOKING TO   AND   FROM  Al
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTJ
CAN Bf_  ARRANGED AT THIS
FICE.
Next    sailings   of   the   Empre��|
May Ut.
For other  dates  and  ,   rl  ulf  \
apply to
ED
GOULET
C. P. R. A_?l
whltt Drake, Robert Edwin    Jackson1 February 22
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage I April 4.
In tee.
.January 8, 1836���Montague William
Tyrwhitt   Drake,    Harry   Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Iii my A.
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSO.N,
Agent
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S   Princess May.
Princes*   May    leaves    Vannimwi
March 4, 14 and 24 ami
ana   Inform anon
For   reservations
call or address
ED. COTJLE-T
Agent. T'.ew Westmi''-'-"
ts. j. coyi.i.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROtiTE.  I Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TKOUP.
SS-  Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m. daily;
F. MacLeod, assignment of | a,Tive* at Victorla 6:3�� p' m' daily'
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily;    <_r
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
'Inrmrnl   SiinpHntondfnt    Vtrti-��H��
_Mii news."- -I^oudon Globe.
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Timp Tables, etc.. arfilrehs
GEO. W. VA.X,
\ssistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. Ill,
rives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30?..
m. daily except Monday. I
leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dully except Monday; arirves Victoria 7 a.m.
dally except Tuesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and llth
of each month for Clavoiiuot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of eacb
month  for Quatsino and way  ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. .loan
Leaves  Vancouver  J:30   p.m. dally,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.3. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and l^th,
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO ..END YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Dav in the Ye*.
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
i Embodies the newest    and best ideaj
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
and  LUXURY,     it  is   lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   min   in   the
world.     The   equipment   consists   of
private   -ompartment   cars,   standard
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining I
car, reclining chair cars (seats free), I
modern  day  coaches   and   buffet,   li- j
brarv and smoking cars.
For  Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information  call  on  or  write I
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,    [
1*0 Second Avenue. Seattle, W_..n
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May 4th    to    ISthJ
j June 5th, 6th, 11.th and. 2Uf;_. 1
Toronto and  return    :', 94.40,
Montreal and return     108.50, Quick Time."
Halifax and return     135.50
Chicago and return      72.50
St  Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and return       60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,    ��
.Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Northcn
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train. ' ���i'
R��� MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, [ft.
R.pairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377
Front St. New Westminster
Excellent Servi^
New York, Chicago,
.Toronto, St. ?*]
ANO ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on  sale   to
European -points.
Special   Reduced   Rat-'s   R��und Trl
Rates   to   Scuthe-**.   California
For full Information call on or wr.|
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
I Hastings St.. Vancouver. B. ��-
D. OHABLTON,
Port-anii. 0rj
430
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New MVcsttninster. B.C.
I
Tk Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch r,
I3o x 645.
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MAY 7, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TUTita*
Would YOU Know IJ
1
how
girls,
a dainty
t0 look as "Spic and Span" as one of the    fashion    plat
plate
by having a pretty BLOUSE and  nicely hanging  SKIRT,
COLLAR and ne.t BELT ?
We will show you  how  to  dress and  at  a  very  moderate
cost.
AT
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  - 275 Columbia Street
A Priceless Asset
A
good  set (if
health  and
teetli    contribute  greatly
one's  health  and  happiness.    They  i
to the appearance and more to the
Neglect   la the  only   cause   for  tli
ti eili.    Come  in  us  NOW.   bi for     i
late.
to
idd much
digestion.
,    Wiss  of
;    i.s   too
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
;:, ire apparent than at the present time.
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ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites vou to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.    .
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
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
Nku Westminster Branch.     f. u. LYLE,  Mgr.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealer* in AU Kind* o.
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6   p.   m.
Phone   2229
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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A Chance of a Lifetime!
Ten acre chicken ranch near Chilliwack,
with 5 - roomed cottage, barn, and
chicken house; all cleared; excellent
water. To be let, free of rent for one
year, to responsible tenant.
j P. PEEBLES I
eal
state
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BRING BIG RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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NOTICE
TOST TIME OUT.
He'* r.ot nn awkward Rchoulbojr,
Ila/s not n banliful lad.
No; he'l ii man of forty
And several time* a dud,
But h�� I. dozed and tongue tied,
Hla words all out ot reach
And fur the first time trying
To make a public apeech.
It seemed a atmple matter
For him to do the purt
'When he was In hla study
And learning It by heart.
Now. meeting friends and neighbor*
In public face to face,
Uo wlihel that an earthquake
Would swallow up the place.
Be stammers, and he stutter-;
He fumbles at hla coat;
A lump mueh like a football
Arises In Ills throat;
His Knees bf-gln to wabble;
Hla voice begine to fall.
He'd rather tulle a llcklnK
Or forty days in Jn.II.
Though large and fat and husky
And feeling fit to fight.
He cannot face the music
And In It. take delight.
He knows If he survives lt
To "brave  thus-,'  harmless mer.
That money wouldn't hire him
To try the thliiK' again.
WIFEY'S   SUCCESS.
College Hazing.
A man who Is lift*,* eight  years old,
Las rheumatism In his left '<-'�� and no;
hair on tin- top of his head, can hardly '
��ee  what  pleasure  (here  Is  to he ex-
traoted fiom such rough bouse piny s��
hazhiR.
With a liny it is different. Having
a few surplus quarts of animal spirits
to work off, It seems to him like bhi
rarest sport ou earth to pnint green
stripes on a fellow mortal and stand :
hlni on his ear to dry.
The professors may sit In imposing
conclave around a table, with tbeli
spectacles nicely adjusted and solemnly abolish hazing, but the chances toi
It to stay abolished more than a daj
and a half are not good.
In plain United States tho boy is a
savage, and the harder yon make II
for him tlie more pure joy he will flui.
ln working at that trade.
A FLY ��N A WEB.
The   Wny   n   Tiny   Spider   ImprtaomeS
Ills Big Victim.
"One morning when busy In to/
workshop," says n naturalist, "a large
fly, double the size of a bluebottle, was
caught In a spider's web in the window close to where I was at work. It
wns held by two of Its legs only, and
for some time the spider, which was
about the size of tlie fly's head, proceeded to streugtheu its hold by attaching numerous extra lines to the
two captive limbs, carefully keeping
out of reach of the others, which wore
letting out in all directions In frantic
ellorts to escape.
"During n short respite In the cap
tlve's struggles the spider cautious!)
approached nnd with Its hind legs gU
several turns of its tiny rope round
one of the limbs thnt were free. These
tactics were curried on till all the legs
were firmly bound. It then injected
poison Into one of the legs. This soon
showed itself, for Its dendenlng effects
reduced the victim's struggles In *
marked degree. The poison paralyzes.
but does not kill.
"Shortly after n second bite resist
auee ceased, and the victor settled
down to suck the Juices of Its fallen
prey. The struggles lusted quite an
hour. Next morning the fly wm alive,
and the spider waa still sucking out lb
Vfehl-Oil M~4'...��*"���.- \mm.
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
"The Pioneer Limited" St Paul
Chicago,  "Short  Line"  Omaha to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and renins. -*:ra on alll their trains and
give iv. _.'trons an excellence of
tervi.v   i.. . btainable elsewhere.
*H. s. ROWE. General Agent
134 Third ��u. cor Alder *or*l**i. Or.
"Sixth Street Sewer Assessment
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Take notice that the Council has
appointed Wednesday, the 20th day
of May, 1908, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the City Hall, New Westminster, as a time and place for holding
a Court of Revision to hear appeals,
against Assessments made under the
provisions of the Local Improvement;
By-law.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.;
City Hall, New Westminster, May 5,
1908.
PURE AND WHOLESOME.
*     ONE POUND CAN 25o
iE_W.GILLETT IfXttfl
TOR ONTO. ONT
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She Knew Just How to Jolly Her Hubby Along.
"My dear," said the housewife as
she tilled her husband's cup a secuitd
time from the coffee machine una
passed lt to him, "you can't possibly
wear that old suit again this spring."*
"Why?" listed the man. "What's th*
matter with it?"
"You ought to hnve a new one."
"Shucks!" said the man. "All It
needs is a little pressing and it will
look well enough. It's a louy way
from being woru out."
"Now, Isn't that Just like you! Just
because it isn't ln rags you tbltik yon
have to keep on wearing It. Jim, I
want you to go to your tailor tomorrow and pick out a nice pieee of goods
and have n suit made of lt. It really
ls a shnnie the way you go about."
"Nobody's mistaken me for a tramp
bo far, Strangers seem to be decently
civil to me."
"Oh, you know 1 don't mean that. 1
know you look well. You'd look well
ln overalls and you would command
respect, us far as that goes. Nobody
would ever mistake you for a trumrt
even If you did dress like oiie,"
"You won't ever lose anything toy
that," said the man.
"I'm not joking. I want you to order that suit. And don't go to nnj
cheap tailor, either. Go to a good ox**,
even If you do have to pay a tittle
more. It's worth lt. And get n gray.
I love to see you ln gray. 1 think it
becomes you more than anything etefe
Won't you go tomorrow and see ntxmi
lt?"
"Why, no, my dear," said the man.
"I think I can get along very well witb
tlie suit I've got."
"Yes, you can get along with It."
"Well, then, what makes yon wast
nu> to get a new one?"
"You'd look so much better In a new
one. Mr. Benton was wearing a wr��
suit the other day, 1 noticed, and 3
just thought when I looked at bin
what an Improvement tt made in bla
appearance. He was looking simply
awful before. Of course, dress meat*.
more to him than lt does to yon witk
his figure and poor carriage, and tbeu,
you know, he has to try to Impress po*>
pie.  Still"���
"I don't believe I need a new watt
Myrtle."
"But you do need lt. I want my ban-
band to look his best always���hla ve_y
best, and clothes really do help. Tbat*��
why I always love to see you in evening dress. You look so distinguished*
You look distinguished anyway, dear
est, but clothes really do help."
The man rubbed his chin. "Of eoarnt
they do," he admitted.
"Certainly they do.   Now, don't ba
obstinate, dear.  I know perfectly weB
What you are thinking of. Ton think 1
Seed new spring clothes and a,new bat,
and you're willing to sacrifice youreeK'
just to make your ugly wife beautiful
I I don't want you to think of me at an.
I want you to get yourself the things
you need so badly and not alwaya ba
denying yourself on my account.**
"Do   you   need   spring   clothes?   X<
; thought"-
{    "Jim, I tell you I don't want yon tc
i think of me.   Why, ot count I Beat!
\ clothes. I haven't a thing fit to wear.
, But never mind that   I'll set
���omehow. I'm going to have my y
abused husband have hla clothes
time. I'll wait till business improve
"Well," aald the man, "maybe
business might stand tt If yds
strike me too bard.  I don't know bal,
I wlll get a new ault myaelf.   How.
much will fix yon outT"
"You   dear!"   exclaimed   tbe
"Well, if yon Insist on It, I'll toll ye
But I want yon to. have your wit"
Chicago Newa.
Couldn't Help HlmeeUL
New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF REVISION.
'oniinunlca.
on Pate nte
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
Trade Marks
Dcaiowe
COf>VRIO.HT9 Ac.
Anrono landing ��� .ketch and deecrlptlon mey
oulckly ntcertaln our opinion free whether an
ioY_ntion ti probably put
tlonint Hotly oonfldentfal.. ..���,	
���ent free. Oldeet aganoy for ���e���wwLPM'n',i'_
I>at<_ita taken through Munn * Co. receive
tpteiol notice, without charge. In tb*
Scientific JHuericaii
handMUely UliHtrated weekly.  Largem ctr-
diltloD 'if any aclentltto Journal,   lenmlw
1.1.7* a year, postage prepaid.   Sold pj
fa F fit, Waablugton. ttW
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
I for CONRAD, CARCRO.SS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
-FAIRHANKS. Daily trains (except
j Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
; .xpress and freight connect with
I -tagrs at Carcross and White Horse,
[ -Maintaining a through winter service.
I     Kit   ...formation apply to
). II. ROGERS, Traffic  Manage?
m  Vancouver. B. C
Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 190$ has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office, where It may lie inspected |
by any   person   having   un interest]
therein, until the sitting of the court j
of revision. ,
* The first sitting of the court of revision on the said assessment roll will
he held at the city hall, In the said
city, on Monday, the 11th May next,
al 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Any
person intending to appeal against
the assessment must do so In writing,
to be filed with the city clerk at least!
seven days hetore the first sitting of
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
''���'" Haft, April 7, 1908.
"Hlgson la going to marry, "the
Weeds."
"Indeed!   I alwaya thought ba
an eye ou ber daughter."
"So he had, but the mother
eye on hlm."���Mall and Express
A Remarkable Letter.
A young lady of very extrnor
capacity lately addressed thc folio
latter to her cousin:
"We is all well, and Mother's got 1
Terrlx, brother Tom ls got the Ho,
Kaugh, and sister Ann has got a
and I hope these few lines will find yea*
the satrte.   Kite suae.   Your nphnlbi
ate Kuzsen."���Judge's Library.
Animals That Ream.
"Now, Johnnie," asked his tcac
"when you go to the country tn nu__-
mer what animate do you see ivvfeig
ali-'.itV"
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
TH'JF.S..AY
Way
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by ihe Dally News PuLi-
Uahlng Company,   Limited,   at   their
Ott-068,  corner of   Sixth   aud   Front
streets,  New   .Ve.stiniu.UT,   li.   C.
6.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
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THURSDAY,   MAY 7,   19Cfc.
A SESblON OF SLANDER.
From tho opening of _*arUame__t on
November SS of last year, the Cou-
servative opposition, having little or
no regard for the bus;ne_s of the
country, occupied most of the time
down in the present day with slander
and the making of groundless charges
ag.iinst the government of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, thus delaying effective legt%��
lutein ai a time when many of the
members wished to give, some oversight lo their personal business in
view of the stringency of the money
market and the consequent unrest iu
business circles.
The. main estimates were brought
down on December 11. and up to
March *4 only $4,588,415.06 out of
f��4,556,ft39.90 had been voted. As ihe
fiscal year endr.l March P>1, nn>l the
public service for the year, commencing April 1, could not be carrie.l on
without supplies being voted, one
eighth of the main estimates remaining for the year 100S-0 were voted
without discussion. On the same date
th^ extra supplementary estimates for
tire year ending March 31, 100S, were
presented. Although these represented five million dollars made during
the current fiscal year beyond the
amount authorised by Parliament th*ey
were passed practically without discussion. Last year the main estimates were presented on February
Tth, and received the Royal assent on
.Vpril Tth. This goes to show that the
time of the House is frittered away
in the starting of slander, making
charges that ln uo sense .ia\*e -Leen
proven, for ihe purpose of filling Hansard with campaign literature, which,
although the charges are proved to be
false, will be read "from Hansard"
without the context upon the hustings, iu an endeavor to mislead the
electors. If the Conservatives had
anything but the "rubber policy" on
which they could ask the support of
the electorate, then they would not
have to resort to such tactics, but
their failure to enumi rate any fixed
policy has compelled them to enter
the campaign strewing their path to
defeat with innuendo and falsehoods
which fikv the anarchistic bomb will
prove, disastrous to the manufacturer.
. It would be the more manly way
for the press which has circulated
these false charges to at least give
the admission of their leaders in the
cases where they acknowledge tli.-y
��� broken down and that they had
no more evidence to submit. Such
a course would appeal to the country
as an evidence of British .airplay,
whereas the course being pursued 'by
the Conservatives will only bring
condemnation by every fair minded
man upon themselves.
VICTOHIA  DOES NOT
WOHRY   OVER   PLAGUE.
Vancouver, .May ti���Harbormaster
-Mil. od iias returned from a trip to
victcr.a where he went to consult witj.
Capt. Caudln, agent of the department
of marine and fisheries, regarding
regulations against the incoming of
I hi- bubonic plague. Capt. Gaudiu expressed the hope that there would be
no friction between the harbormaster
and the city officials. Capt. McLeod
also had a chat with Harbormaster
Clark, of Victoria, who said that he
had heard of no regulations whatever
paling with tiie matter. The department bad not sent any Instructions
whatever.
TROOPS   CALLED   OUT
IN   TOBACCO   D.ISTRICT
Columbus. Ohio, May ti���Threats to
burn the towns of Aberdeen and Hig-
glnsport, emanating from unknown
sources, but resulting from the bitter
warfare in the Hurley tobacco district
of Ohio and Kentucky, are responsible
tor an order issued by Gov. Harris
last night to Adjutant I'ritchfleTd, to
despatch troops to the. towns mentioned.
This Date in History.
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May 7.
iUtiu���The principle of the ap propria-]
tion act adopted by the Com-'
monwealtb   and  definitely  established.
JsU'���Robert Drowning, English poet,
horn.    Died  Dec.  12,  1S69.
1Mb���Many lives and much property
lost by tornado in Adams
county,   Mississippi,
1846���Gen. Taylor, in command of the
army of occupation in Texas,
marched to the relief of Fort
Brown.        ,
IS IS���Edwin Warfield, former Governor of Maryland, born.
1S7H���Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice
of the United States, died.
Born Jan.  )?.. 1808.
1904���The Japanese captured Feng-
wan gr-heng, the Russians retreating without giving battle
NOTICE.
HOUSE OF QUALITY
.
Tenders for Building Fisheries Cruiser
for British Columbia.
The time for receiving tenders for
: the British Columbia Fishery Cruiser
will  te extended from  the First, of
M ,-, until the First of June next.
F. GOUKDI.AU.
,  ipUh Mil later of Mai line and
Fisheries.
: Ottawa, April 22nd, 1908.
Linen, Colored, Pongee
and White Japanese
I Silk Shirts'
NOTICE
FOR OUTING WEAK,
STAMPS
Na mom nJe_ of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
Dredge Cut Long Channel.
The  dredge  King Edward  returned
t i the city yesterday, after cutting a
sixty  foot channel through an island
below   .Mission,   for lhe   use  oPtugs.
Preparations were immediately commi need   for  tlie  clearing out  of  the
basin at the government wharf, where
the new dredge is to lie while receiving its machinery-    The work at Mis-   "Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
sion was of a  very heavy nature, sn'
much so that the heavy steel cables'
have   been     worn    almost     through.
Measurements  were   taken   yesterday,
for an entirely new equipment,
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders filled same day as received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
i-sr
H  E
If
ADVERTISE      -si
��� IN ���
DAILY       NEWS
YOU Need   Anything.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN    tint
one (1)  month trom the date hereof
application    will    be    made    to    the  a
Qovernor-In-Councll    under    Chapter X
115 ofthe Revised Statutes of Canada, ���
j 1906, for approval of plans of a bridge;*
! to be constructed by the Victoria Ter- *
ralnal Railway    and    Ferry Company ���
I over the Si rj i atlne river on the line
i of the said company's railway bi tween
Blaine and Olivers in the Province of
British Columbia;  and also    tor    &B-
, proval of plans of a bridge to be constructed   by    the    Victoria  Terminal
I Railway and Ferry Company over the '
j Xicomekl river ou the line of the said
; company's railway between Blaine and!
, Olivers in the said Province of British
Columbia.    Plans of each of the said
bridges and descriptions   of each   of
the sites 'hereof have been deposited
with  the  Minister  of Public, Works,
and  in  the  Land   Registry  Office    at
Xew Westminster, British Columbia.
Date!  this   1st  day  of  April.   A.D.,
190S.
A.  H.   Mac.VEILL.
Solicitor for the Aoplicants.
Best Quality.
With Combination Collai
All Size
s
| J. Eugene Brown & Co,
���
* Clothiers and Haberdashers
*     P.  S.���NEW  WIDE  BOW TIES.
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Guests of Provincial Jail.
Constable  Champion, of  Vancouver'
city     police,     yesterday      afternoon'
brought   to  the   provincial  jail   three
prisoners.    A.  Krug,    charged    with'
thefts  of  two  sums of  money,  $10S
.nnd $%. while purser of a boat, will
await trial.    Patrick O'Reilly stole a
shirt  from  a  Jew  in  Vancouver and1
resides in the jail for thirty days. Victor Price, the third of the trio, Brffice
into a till, and though he only secured
$1 50,  yet  his  intentions   were  there
and  be will  make this  city his residence for six months.
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
RUY   YOUR
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
CHILDRENS
CLOTHING
 =rROM  LSI
WE   DEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN    INFANTS'   AND   CHILDREN'S AP
PAREL.     Purchase  here and  get  something  different from the rest)
On all purchases of $5 and over  we   will   refund   your  (return)
fare.
INFANTS' OUTFITS OUR SPECIALTY
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
ROBSON   and   GRANVILLE
All   city  cars   pass  our  store.
VANCOUVER
B. C.
-:
MORE DIRTY TACTICS.
No more harm Is done in tins world
b in i'.   Innuendo, and if in nothing
else the. Columbian is a past master
of th;_ art.
Tiie report of the  revising uf the
'  '; ���'���-'  Ust  in  T���. .-,!���, ,  Columbian
contains    the     foil. ,......        :1 . :;,
"Others  in the   room     were   .Messrs.
Jas.  Leanjy of the Dominion  Crown
- ���  '*���' ' :;-'<    etc, '     ii. q only
ne conclusion drawn from this.
������������ "<> to and drag ia public officials
as interfering or dabbling with p ill.
: i 1
-Mr. Leamy i.s too well known for
fl I report referred to to injur,- him in
y-. way an I when seen ca the matter
laughed, but on interviewing Sheriff
Vrmatrnng we are informed :>y him,
tfcaj Mr Jaeamy Va!lcd at hi. office to
see h m concerning some timber dues
on logs seized by tbe Sheriff at Pitt i
Lake, and not finding him In his office
was informed that that official was in
the court room, where it happened
that the court of rev'sion was sitting.
That the report of the Columbian
will act ;\s a boomerang:, and do the
Conservative candidate harm whi n
the time comes is more than certain,
by the unqualified condemnatory remarks of prominent Conservatives in
this city of such dirty tactics.
Charities and Correction.
Richmond, Va.. Maj 6..Nearly 1,500
earnest men and women drawn together by their common Interest iu
n ethods for the can. and uplift of the
unfortunate classes are assembled in
this city to take part In 'the thirty-
fifth annual meeting of the National
Conference .1 Charities and Correction. Preliminary conferences marked the opening of the gathering to-
���day. A welcome meeting has been
arranged for'tonight and the regular
program of papers, addressvs and discuss ons will be taken up tomorrow
raorriing and continued during the
.next five days.
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SHOE
All Sizes     All Prices
There's no feature of our whole shoe business
that receives more attention than our lines of   '
Boys' and Girls' Shoes.    This spring we are
showing all the new ideas.   Here are some of
the new lines:
Misses' Golden Brown 3-strap Slippers, a pair $1.50
-Misses' Golden Brown Blucher cut Oxfords, a pair  1.75
Misses' black kid, patent tip, Strap Slippers, a pair $1.25, $1.5')
Misses' white canvas, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's Patent Leather, 3-strap Slippers, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's brown kid, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair.;  1.25,   1.50
Children's Strap Slippers, sizes 3 to 10 1-2, a pair  75c to 1.25
We have many other lines of Children's Shoes too numerous to mention
We Invite You to Our Store TO-DAY
where we can show you the greatest range .
of Children's Shoes you ever heard of.
COME TO  THE STORE WHERE THE BEST
SHOES ARE SOLD
8
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E want your Grocery orders.    We want _ igivey(
satisfaction.     We want to give you gi ods at
prices.    Note these prices for to-day's selling :
Seeded  _?aisins|
16-02. PIS.,    3   ror 25c
Waheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25(
ADAMS & DEANS'
Prompt Deliver]
Phone 97.
ARE YOUR EYEJ
Troubling You?
If so,  come and  have t.en J
amined.       We  n-ak.   no cha
��     for testing your eyes.
guaranteed.
���., : W(
W. GIFFORD,
Optical
Parlors   m  T.
Jewelry   Store
Optician
Giffordj
A We have just received
S_9 and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the fin. t refection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err wed
the pond.
N. AITCH.SON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia St.,  NEW   WFSTM'NSTER
$1 Electric Blue-Printing
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. |
Any Size
J^:      Maps, Charts and Drafting
JYlhe  Vancouver   Map and  Blue
Tf Print Company,
411 Seymour St., Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFICE?
II. Neville Smith, B. C. L". S.
PRINTING
CORRECT STVLE
mm.m prhe
fiJTsiinp jTOjjTgjg
Jackson & Morrison
Located 81 tlie F.E4R
cf "Drily Ifews" Block
XEW
WESTMIN'STER
Phone 383
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
M3!
New Westminster
03
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEW5 J-JH8DAY, MAY 7, 1908,
THE  DAILS.   NEWS.'
PA01HV1    *
The Greatest Silk Sale
Ever Held in New
Westminster!
'''r*-"-^'''*'''*'''"'--"'^^
CITY NEWS
Go to Kyle & Son. for Amber tea. *
Steveston will hold a grand celehra-
'Mon on the twenty-fourth of May.
Btore, for the winding up of the affairs
! of ilie cul). All members are requested
in in,ake a point of attending.
'Hie  most  convincing
favor of    "li.  C" and
cigars is the cigar itself.
argument  in
'Old    Sport."
*���
farm at Coquitlam, in order to investigate the conditions which would result If the request of the government
that the pipe line road be changed' [
were granted. The committee decided1
!o recommend the granting of the request, subject to the recommendations
nf Superintendent Stott that proper
gates be put in for the facilitating of
inspection of the pipes by the water
works department of the city.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
R
���Mr.   and   Mrs.   II.
yesterday   for  a   four
the Okanagon valley-
la.   DeBeck  h_ft
weeks  visit  to
Remember   the    shoe   sale   at   It.
Stevenson's shoe house, Begbie street. I
Opposite Windsor hotel. **
A grant of $100 has been made to
ilie anti-tuberculosis society by the
Richmond  council.
Asiatic Exclusion Leap
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
EAT
at the
Astor Grill
FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY!l
ONLY   ..
������
J. II. Brownlee, C. B., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office iu the Guichon blo.*>.k. Phone 338. ���
A   meeting    of    the     Westminster
ranch of the Asiatic Exclusion league
will lie held on Friday evening of this
week  at  the  Eagte's  hall.
Phone
pressing,
hotel.
B278   for
repairing;
cleaning,   Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
*.
!
45; SILKS at 45
C.
To     dispute     the
"Brillante"  cigars  is
value of quality.
superiority
to  question
of
the
*��!
..   ��
yu
l in pieces of Silk, every yard of them brand new season's goods
md ranging in lengths from IS to  l"  yards, the  regular every  day
price of them being 6,.c, 75c, 90c and $1.00 per yard.    Will be offered
e public on Friday morning at 8 a.m. at 45c per yard.   The line
embraces our range of plain tamallenes al 6&c,  ill colors; our range
I    lain taffetas at 75c; our regular 75c and 90c fancy summer Silks;
our regular $1.00 yard black heavy satin finlshi 1  Beau de Sole.    We
hav,, these on display in our large  window on Columbia streel  -and
will be all one price, viz: 45c
.Many customers have ..e'en admiring them today in the window
,,a! have been asking us now we can possibly make such an unpre-
., lented cut on new goods that are tn demand every day of the
week. We do not pretend to Bay we are making any profit on them
i-  the  public   fully   know  their usual   value.
LOT NO. 1���About ;;.. pieces is our regular range, every color in-
eluding black and ivory, of self-color Tamalenes. This brand is
sold all over Western Cana la at 65c, on Friday the price is per
yard       45c
LOT NO. 2���Twenty pieces only, about 100 yards in the two of our
ilar fast  black satin finish-el, $i.m. per yard Peau de Sole at 45c
LOT NO. 3���About ."J. pieces of New Foulards, Toulon -Marquis, Shepherd check Taffetas aud Surahs, every conceivabl design and
coloring, regular prices 75c, 85c and 90c.   For per yard  45c
LOT NO. 4���__bout 40 pieces include our 75c 1 ick and self-colored
Taffetas, also Pongees aad Rajahs, Japanese Taffetas. 21 inch
wide, at  per yard    45c
V    have mad' Friday tlie opening  day   specially on  account, of our
rous country patron., sj t!i I  everj   woman In  the  vicinity can
,   I Ipate in the biggest money  saving event of the season.
NOTE���No phone orders fill,  !      The   sale  starts   at.  8.30   in   ths
tag.   There Is no restriction.    The sale is for cash only.   First
���   first and besl served.
van) to make tliis Sale as wl    Ij known as possibje. It is no odd
: or remnant sale but our Comph te stock of 65c, ..">c- 85c 90c and
SHks absolutely without reserve.   All at per yard    45c
A gang of men have commenced the
relaying of the C.P.R. tracks-on Front
'.streel with plank for the use of pe-
di strians.
Dahlias, Geraniums and .all kinds of
beding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B.os.
Two local wrestlers will take the
nun tonight at the provincial wrestling tournament at the Vancouver
Athletic Club, namely, Andy McDonald and Tom Cunningham.    .
Five hundred
washable   ties
each.
different patterns    of
at Kyle & Sons;  20c
REMEMBER. TOO.
"nr regular $15.00 Ladies' Suits  at   '.	
 * regular $1.25 and $1.50 Lawn Waists a
���'������ 15c and 20c New Muslin- al per yard ...
^7.50
.95c
.10c
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T. H. SMITH'S
For operating a logging engine at
Pender harbor without a license from
the boiler inspector, John D. Gillis
���was yesterday morning fined $100
and costs in the district court.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." andV'Old
Sport" cigars. **
What? When? Where?���Concert ou
Friday evening in Columbian college
gymnasium hy the young ladies of the
college. A splendid program will be
presented. Miss Burns, of Vancouver, will recite. Refreshments will
be  served.    Admission  25c.
All  kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.    Phone 184. **
Wm  McAllister,  a Vancouver man, I
who  bas of late  developed  Symplons
of insanity, was yesterday brought to
the provincial asylum and placed under
the caff', of Or Dohertv.
!
Buy  your  May   Day  tie  at  Kyle  &
Sons;  finest assortment In town;  20cj
: or three for 50c. . **
*���
1    A scratch game on Moody Square is|
i the attraction for Saturday afternoon'
in cricket   circles, and   ill  supporters
of the game are requested to turn out
and assist.   This is the first game of
the season.
Small house (new) on fully cleared!
lot;   with magnificent   view  of    river j
uni surrounding country;  near   Sapperton car line; only $700.   Abbott &
Hyde. **!
After many weeks of unhampered
growth the first crop of hay is now
being taken from the library park.
Why it has been permitted to reach
such an ffnkempt condition is a matter for speculation on the part of
I many.
The members of the Canadian Order
j of Chosen Friends will hold a social
evening at their regular lodge meeting on Thursday, when preparations
will be made to entertain a large
crowd. A splendid program has been
prepared for the occasion
A fine piece of penwork is being exhibited in the .window of F. J. Mac-,
kenzle'a drug store, the work of D. A.'
Shiles. It is the roll of honor of the
names of past and present May
queens, with photographs of the
crowning of the present queen and
two of earlier date.
The Regular Monthly Meeting i
will be held
Friday Ifv'g, May 8
at 8 o'clock,
IN    THE
EAGLES'    MALL
The Largest and Finest Equipped   Cafe   in   Western  Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon served from 11:30 a-
m. to 2 p. m., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from 5:30
to   8   p.   m.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843.
A.  N.  PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
Manager.
GENERAL BUSINESS.'
Ami  members are  invited  ft.  bring
till for discussion any matters within
the scope of the objects of the league.
All interested are invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
J. D. TAYLOR. Secretary.
HAMS at
18c. per |b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODOV, Proprietors
Liberal Soiree
The Mission City Liberal Association invites all Liberals in the district
to attend a  meeting to be    held    on
TUESDAY, MAY 12, AT 7:30 P.M.
Speakers:
STUART   HENDERSON,   M.P.P
C.   W.   MUNRO, M.P.P.
and  A. CRUICKSHANKS.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. C-
I
W. Addison, for several years one] for $150 down and the balance
Of the most prominent musicians ot ($1300) payable $16 [ier month you
tliis city, left yesterday Ut,.- the cast,1 may secure a comfortable five room
where he joins the Kilties band, ani furnished house with good garden,
aggregation pf musicians wiiich is I stable for. three horses. This pioperty
about to start on a continental tour, j Is close to the car line, is in good re-'
A large number of friends assem led| pair and affords an opportunity, not
���it  ih,* t'.l'.ll. depot io say au r,voir| often found, to buy a Convenient cosy
HAVE   YOU   SEEN   IT?        WHAT?
Why, Lee's New Furniture Store, of course
We are rapidly getting it in shape and when completed we hope
to hav�� the very best furniture store in the province. We are very
grateful to our many patrons in both city and district for their very
liberal patronage in our old store, but we hope to achieve even
greater things in our new, and give our customers the best goods, the
lowest prices and the best service 'possible in our clean, large and
commodious new store.
We have several carloads of new furniture; a carload each of inlaid and printed linoleums and oilcloths on our floors and thousands
of yards of the latest and best carpets and squares obtainable. We
will be glad to have you call and inspect our store and stock. Every
person welcome.
��� LEE'S   Furniture Emporium
f LEE'S BLOCK
���     OPP.   LORNE   STREET, NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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*
! tn the popular musician.
Look at the ad. of
Uiis morning's issue.
P.   Peebles  in
Wonder Sale
' Wonder Sale
BBSS
A&is*��L��ja*mVm*��*
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:
_ FOR SALE.....
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��� Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   j
��� deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
��� Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
THE    KIND   THAT   GROWS
At
y all's DrugStore
Westminster        ,2,000 Cords Tan Bark
��� ransf er Co wanted
  ' AT THE
a large malleable range, tho finest!
and mos: up to date on the coast, has
just  been installed at J.  M.  Kenny's
restaurnat by A. Hardman & Co., the
massive cooker being imported _rom|
South   Bend,  Indiana,  and  assembled!
under     Mr,    Hardmau's     directions.!
After  giving     the  range  a  thorough |
test. Mr.  Kenny estimates that, it Willi
saw  111 in  at   least ,n  dollar  a day  in
fuel.
New consignment of silverware just
arrived at Kyle & Sons. Coupons
given away with every cash purchase.
The
ster
cailei
final meeting of the Westmin*
ootball club for the season is
for tomorrow night at Ryall's
This Week
showing
Brushes
home on the easiest of-terms.    White
& Shiles, 260 Columbia street, city. **
ChWliwack Liberals yesterday evening held a bumper meeting in that
city, several prominent speakers addressing the electors. After the transaction of business, all present adjourned to the Hub restaurant, where
a turkey supper was served in perfect style by J.  W. Galloway.
The annual self denial week of the
Salvation Army is being observed in
this province at the present time.
The local corps has 'volunteered to
raise the sum of $_00 which will be
included in the amount needed to
shatter the provincial target, which
this year is $.500. Contributions will
be ii ceived at any time by the officers
and soldiers of the local corps.
| Public Supply Stores ]
Geo. Adams, Proprietor |
Are now offering for sale a special line of      |
Dinner Ware
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
i 	
| Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone  92.
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om,
'ne 135.      ,,:mi  -Phone ^cr ACFR RIVER TANNERY
Columbia  Street 1KA3LRRM
Including
Hair
Cloth
Tooth
Shaving
Face
Hat
Bath
Plate
Hand
Imported direct from the best
makers at the best prices. We make
a leader of a twenty-five cent tooth
brush���and will replace any one not
satisfactory. ,
Work was commenced yesterday on i
the repairs to the Lulu island bridge, I
when employees of the electric l-ght;
department of the city, and of the,'
telephone company commenced the
removal of wires from the upper portion of tho bridge. It Is the intention;
of the board of works to remove the;
upper works entirely, these having;
been a menace to traffic. The bridge j
will then be strengthened by piling.
delivered    promptly   to
nnv  I :ir! of the city.
;:���        ADVERTISE
hh and Heavy Hauling! THE  da/ly  news j
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PAGE SIX
the Daily news.
THURSDAY. MAY 7
���l in n --'
atomic weight cf silver, j  Bank of Montreal
One cannot be too often reminded
ut the fact that in science it i_ the
little things. BometiJles the littlest
���f things, that are frequently of the
featest importance. An instance
famished by tlie recent redetermination, upon tlie invitation of the
international committee on atomic
weights, of the atomic weight of silver. The work was done by P. A.
Quye and G, Ter-Gasdan, who after
many experiments have concluded
tbat the atomic weight of silver
ibould be expressed by the number
107.8.1 instead of 107.93, the number heretofore employed. This apparently insignificant change demands a corresponding alteration in
the figures representing the atomic
weights of many other substances,
and by increasing the exactitude of
chemical knowledge it may reiult
in future discoveries of great importance.���Youth's Companion.
The Cooperi' Curse.
Not a great many years ago Bay-
onne, N, J., was thronged with
coopers. All oils were exported in
barrels, and thousands of experts
were employed in their manufacture. Then along came the "bulk
er," which is to the ocean what the
tank car is to the railroad, lt carried oil in bulk and soon put the
coopers ont of business; hence it be
came locally known as the "coopers'
curse." .An euormous saving was
effected by the bulkers. At the
Hook the barrel making business
is practically a lost art. Nearly every gallon of oil that goes to European countries goes in bulk, ani:
that which goes to South .\merica-1
republics and small states is ship-
rxl in five gallon tin cans.���New
ork Pres*.
A Straight Tip.
Deck (who has already wearied the
guests with many songs)���Now I will
slug yon one more song and then go
home. Lady���Tardon me. but do you
attach much importance to the order
of your programme?���Fliegende Blatter.
ESTABUSHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transactad.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL. correspondents in all Darts of tbe
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In Bums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $1GS,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH (i. D. BRYMNER. Manager
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B   K.  WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANS.ACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility afforded   Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Uua-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
.'.Bark WantedJS. "s.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED   AT
-MSER RIVER TANNERY, Ltd.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Write or call for particulars.
i REMOVAL
!      NOTICE
Cruel.
Maud (before the laughing hyena's
cage)���How provoking! Here we've
been twenty minutes, and the hyena
hasn't laughed once. Ella -Strange.
and he's been eying your new hat too.
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
Reasonable.
His  lordship���Whatever  could yoo
have  bt-en   thinkUig   of   to   steal   tlie
sheep?    The   Prisoner���I   danuo.   tnj
lord; I must ha' been woolgafherin'.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 474
Regular sailings bet<veen
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf,
Xew  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  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   Ta-
! bles,   Bowling  Alleys, etc.    New  and
second ��� hand tables  and  supplies  In
itock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A.69-. P. O. Box 11S5
Bowling  Alley",  Pander  St,.
VANCOUVER
.Vgent  for  Messrs. Samn.l   May   &
| Co., Toronto.
SEALED   TENDERS addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post Office
^^^^^^^_ Building, Victoria, B. C," will be ro-
���ynop.is    of    Canadian     North-West' ceived at this office until Wednesdty,
Homestead  Regulations. ; April 22, 1908, Inclusively, for the COn-
Any even numbered section of Do- struction of the alterations to the Po.;
minion lands in .Manitoba, Saskatch-! Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2'i,! Plans and specification can be sean
not reserved, may be homesteaded by '��� and forms of tender obtained at this
any person who is the sole head of a ; Department aud on application to W 1-
family. or any male over IS years of I Ham Henderson, Esq., Resident Archi-
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-: teet, Victoria, B. C.
tion of 160 acres, more or less. Persons tendering are notified that
Application   for   entry     must     be ��� tenders will not be considered on]-
made  in person   by   the  applicant  at | made on the  printed  form    supplied
a Dominion  Lands Agency   or   sub- J and  signed  with  their  actual    signa-
agency  for the district in  which the   tures.
land is situate. Entry by prosy may, , Each tender must be aocompanlel
however, be made at an agency on by an accepted cheque on a charter 3d
certain conditions by the father, moth- |}anj��) In;liit. payable to the order of the
er, son, daughter, brother or sister ef Honorable the Minister of Public
an intending  homesteader. Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.l
The homesteader is rejuired to per- of the amount of tlie tender, which
form the homestead duties under one [will be forfeited if the person tender-
of the following plans* .    ��� ing decline  to  enter  Into  a contract
(lj At least six months' residence when called upon to do so, or fall to
upon and cultivation of the land in complete the work contracted .'or. If
each year  for three years. the tender be not accepted the cheq
(2i    A homesteader may,  if he  so   will b*3 returned.
desires, perform the    required   resi-'    The Department does no*bind lta if
dence  duties   by   living  on    farming   t0 accept the lowest or any tender.
land owned   solely   bv   him.  not  less By order,
than eighty   (SO)   acres .In extent,  in FRED. GELINAS,
the vicinity of his homestead.   Joint - Secretary.
ownership in land will not meet this   Department of Public Works,
requirement. Ottawa. March 19, ISO..
(3) If the father (or mother, if the ; Newspapers will not ue i>ild for this
father is deceased.) of a homesteader ' advertisement if they ins-ert it without
nas permanent residence on  farming, authority from the Department.
I. 0-O.F^AM.TY LO^nr
The regular meetings 0    .    ,
. are held In Oddtv ,
bla street, eve���  v.,_ -"^n.
bla street, every  M ���
at S o'clock
evening,
���Meetings thp fir��t ,. GE N��. 3
fay in \^nZn^^:.' ���
brethren cordialh- Invu, . ' u��-
Lodge room, A   o   ������   ;   '
Jgwrjte^aA.:,      :>���'
COURT  BRUNETTF   w     _T~" -**
-Meets the ^^^^���'O.F.
month   at  8  o'clock,  i���   .'  ia tb<>
ball, Oddfellows'- ' ��� Ma��ll
COURT ROYAL CCLUMFf_Ti_ "
A- O   F    The .-S^eeSS
this Lodge ni..-,
and Fonrth Tuesdays oi
at 8 p. m. in Ute SdS
FRATERNAL   ORDER^T^
AerleNo. 20-M,.:... . .
evening at  8 p.
hall,   Coiumb .
roi_,R.oYAL TEMpt-^roF7r*_
JTnciEr-' ������������������ ���������'��� ���
atl?C��ofumblaP;t��e ��
���ONo OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT i��
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I _lf��
CAMP, 191._.\i.,.. ont]     "     U"
Third  Tuesday  of  .... ... ,?
K. of B hall.   Chief "  ~
���
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(.) The term * vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined af
meaning not more than nine miles in TENDERS addressed to the under-
a direct line, exclusive n' the width signed at Ottawa, in seated envelopes
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in ac-
oordance with the above while living
witb parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
I.   O.   O. F���Royal   City   L.cg..  No. a
���Meets   in   Oddfellow        .. ,<y
umbia Street, every Prldaj evening
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting    ��� ��� ..- v
be made welcome,   j   -
N. G.; C. E. Osborne
ing secretary.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, E. S.-
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each montl
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia Si al
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
and marked on the envelopes "Tt n 1.1
for .New Cruiser for British Columbia,''
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY  NEXT,
for the construction of a twin  screw
steel   cruiser  for  fisheries   protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    the    following    leading     dimensions.
Six months' notice ln writing must j namely    length    over    ai-    250    feet,
be given to the Commissioner of Do- j breadth ot beam moU]ded 22 feet and
! depth from top of ke*el plate to top of
biams at side 17 feet, and to be (
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodg< N* 9, A.
F. and -A. M.: King Sol a ��� r. Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A, M.; L 0. L,
No. 1160; L. O. [__, No, 1593; Coon
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F : C 0.
K., Cnurt Wfestmlnster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nesi N   _-,
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
lhe Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field [for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the 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.   '
minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.   B.���I'nautnorlzea  publication   jt
this  advertisement  will   not  be  paid
for.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
' livered at Victoria. B. C.
1     Plans    and    specifications    of    this
steamer can  be seen at the l>.. .  t-
j ment of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa.
1 at the offices of the Collectors of Cn*
, toms at  Toronto,  Hamilton, Colling-
^���^B ^^^m I wood.   Midland,  Vancouver  and    Syd-
"      ~~ 1 ney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
Rto lot 11 and the north half of lot lu,; Department of Marine and Fisheries at
block A, Government Office Gardens, j Montreal,    Quebec,    St. John,  N.  B..
New Westminster City. I Halifax, N. S., and Cbarlotfetown, P.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be Issued to
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day
of May, iyo_, unless in the meantime
E. I.
The same plans and specifications
can be procured by application from
the     Department    of     Marine     and
a valid objection thereto be made to I Fisheries up to the First Day of May
me in writing by a person or paeons. next and at tbe agency of the Depart-
claiming an estate or interest therein,! ment of Marine and Fisheries, Vic-
or in any part thereof. | torla, B- C.
C. S. KBITti, Each  tender must oe accompanied
District Registrar of Titles,   by an accepted bank cheque equal to
Land  Registry Office,  New  West- J10 per cent, of the whole amount of
minster, B.C., April 8, 1908. j the tender, which cheque will be for-
The person or persons having    in
felted if the person sending tbe   ac
cepted tender declines to enter Into a
their custody or possession the foi-j contract with the Department or fails:
lowing title deeds relating to the said j to complete the steamer.   Tenders on
property are requested to deliver tlie | letter paper will be considered.
same to the undersigned.
The Department does not bind itself
(a)   17th January, 1SS7, New West-1 to accept the lowest or any tender.
minster City to J. Wilson, conveyance!
In fee.
(b)
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the De-
PROFESSIONAL.
W NORMAN BOLE, K C, BAR-
< rister and Solid* 1 :. _.*
ers, Canadian Bank of ��� .ttaerfe
"���uilding. .New Westminster. B, C.
A.VHEALLER, BARRISTER, S0-
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome S:r.et,
opposite Court House, New Westm-i.
ster.   Phone 143.
117HITESIDE & EDMONDS. Barr,'-
��� ters and solicitors, Blackle Bit,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN, WEART &. McQU.4R_US
Barristors, solicitors, etc. offices,
-New Westminster, Trapp Bit.- cornir
; Clarckson and Lome Btreta. Vanco.-
ver, rooms 21, 24, 44. Granville street,
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
(G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne Mr.
Martin' wil  be In    the    Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
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GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block. Culum-
bla and McKenile atreeu. Ne* *����
; minster, B. C	
W. MYERS OKAY, Bar.'""--'. Solicitor
and Notary Public. !*> ���jractloe siDce
1891 at New West mi* ���*���'���"��� *r 0I
flees removed to C-'rtis Block. Clarkson street, opposite Court Hones.
P.O  Box 169.   Telephone C4
6th August, 188S, .1. Wilson to : partment will not be paid.
T. R. Mclnnes, conveyance in fee.
(c) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclntres to Florence Blanc-hard Bole,
conveyance in fee.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
Bank of Commerce Building.
F. GOURDEAF,
Deputy Minister of Marine
.and Fisheries.
Ottawa,  Canada,  14th  .March,  190&
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
j      M "o*in to- Co.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35, ,Tbe on'y ���*-���"  "������' route  txtween all
15:15, 17:20, 18:40. 'points east west and eouth to Ross-
Arrive    New    Westminster    10i-2S j ,'"*n'**,�� l^clson -_sn<l intermediate -points
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35. |
WF. HANSFORD. Barrteter,
Solicitor, etc.. Cre^ect t-iock.
corner Columbia and McKensK
���treets, N'ew Westminster B. R
! Trains & Steamers
BOARD OF TRADE.���Ne* Westmin'
ster Board of Trade B_e< tt in ti>e
Board Room. City Hall aa t( lo��
Third Thursday of each oonA
Quarterly meetings on tbe U*fl
Thursday of February. May,
August and  November,  at  8 P
Annual    meetings    on
ibe   third
Thursday    of    February
Net
'' connecting at Spokane with the Great
i    n._,-i_n.t    _.....__ , 1 Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
Overland    express    arrives    I2:4fi. | & jf Co.
I    Connects at Rossland with the Canadian  Pacific  Railway for  Boundary I
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarter!?
meeting.    A. E. White. S-^
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. ,,_���_.	
Lt. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m 'Creek P����nU
Lt. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m J    Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with
9"m" stage j'-eily for Republic.
B. C. ELECTRIC��� VANCOUVER,    i    Buffet   service  on   trains   between
Lt. New Weatminater 6,60, 0.60   11 Spokane and Nelson.
and 8 a. m., and every half hour there-'    Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
after till V p. m. 1901,
Lt. Vancouver for Westmlnater at  Leave
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same henrs.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
V..  W.  ft  T -VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m.. and 4 p m.
O. N. R.-PORT GUICHON
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon C p m.
Leave Guichon 6 3  m, arrive .New
New Westminster S: 30 a. m-
.Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays-
 [     Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
12.25 P m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 ��.m Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
If,You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM BOXM
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tonta.
8���Royal avenue and Eigb'a
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth,
12���St, Mary's Hospfil.
13���Second and Park R-w
14___Columbia and   Dufferio
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue ���*>" '   ^;>'*
24���.-rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avme and Ponrth-
26���Fifth avenue and "aightli.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
."2���^gno.  and Sixth
B4���Schaake Machine VV rki
35���Columbia and McKeni 1
36���C.P.R.   Station. thu
rsdav,
MAY 7, 1908.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
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Do You Intend Building ?
���There la no time like-the present" ,s an old saying but more espec.a
extent.    It is, however, very questionable If it wi,| remain so much |onP
self.    DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices go up again. "
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN B
of doubt the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster WE
prospective purchasers  BUT  IN  THE  VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
lt is situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains. You can also see all the LACRO
Wl,ere Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot street and has a lane at the
|f otle lot is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and have
the prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
Hy does this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN  to  a  very  astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE   of what is beyond the  least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy names in order to attract
DENTIAL SECTION  OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
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 look at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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Iu lookiug over MIDI family papi_r.
ind bundles o? old letters I discovered
ine by Mrs. Jeffereys of Hlarney castle, County Cork, which contain., au
account of a circnh-Btyincs interesting
In Itself as an instance of heroism on
the part of the narrator toward her
brother, the Earl of Clare, and so valuable as bringing to light a remarkable
event connected with the history of
those troubled times that 1 feel I am
only discharging a duty In submitting
it to the notice of the editor.
The letter la dated !i Molcswortl.
street, July, l^oT, and, among other
matters, Mrs. Jeffereys writes as follows:
"On  the day   Lord   Fitzwiiliam   wa.
recalled, when my brother (ns chancel-
it rj waa returning from the castle after having assisted at the swearing in
iif the newly arrived lord lieutenant, a
ferocious mob of no less than 5,0(X)
teen aud several  hundred  women  assembled together ln College green aud
all  alou^t  the  avenue  leading  to  my
brother's house.   The male part of the
Insurgents   wen'   armed   with   pistols.
cutlasses, sledges, saws, crowbars aad
every other weapon necessary to break
i open my brother's house, and the women   were   all   of   them   armed   with
their aprons full of paving stones. This
ferocious  and  furious mob began  to
throw showers of stones Into my brother's coach, at his coachman's head and
his horses.  They wounded my brother
In the temple in College green, and If
he had nor sheltered himself by holding his great square official purse before him be would have been Stoned to
death before he arrived (through the
back yard;  at his own house,  wbere
with several smithy sledges they weru
working hard to break Into bis hall
door, while others of them had roj*-**-.
ready to fix up to his lamp iron to hanj
hlm the moment they could find him.
when I arrh?d. disguised in my kitchen maid's dress, my blue apron full of
stones.   I mingled with this numerous
mob and addressed a pale, sickly man,
saying: 'My dear jey'l, what'll Iraooma
of hus! i am after running from the
castle to tell yeas all that u regiment
of bos Is galloping down here t3 tbratn-
ple hus, etc.  Oh. yea. yea, where wil)
we go?'  Then they cried: 'Hurry, hurry, the hos is coming to charge and
thrample bust  Hurry for the custom
house.' And In less than a moment fhe
crowd disperse,!.
"I tlieu procured a snrgeou for my
brother and a guard to prevent another
attack, and thus I saved Lord Clare'**'
life at tbe rial, of being torn limb from
limb If I had been recognized by any
of the mob"���London Kates and Que-
Has.
C��r% of Hairbrushes.
A good way to cljan hairbrushes
is with spirits of ammonia and warm
water. Take a tablespoonful of
ammonia to a quart of water, dip
the bristles up and down in ths
water without wetting the back,
rinse in clean warm water, shake
well and dry in the air, but not in
the sun. So..;, and soda soften ths
bristles and will turn an ivory back'
ed brush vellow.
Emory    Street
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERM8 CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
*     ������ Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third Sts.   House is seven roomed with modern Improvements-
tiix lots and a house facing ruun m*arus ' " -������
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.   Price $1200.
McQUARRIE & CO. h&Jm
NOTICE
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
Dl
,-,...  p.   n   Electric railway
I Dispatched dj  >'��� ' ���
Co., 7:45 a. <��������
v���   i   dallyexcept Sun
-     Vancouver,  No.  1.  <" '>*-      *
dava    Return mall received 10 a.m.^
hatched by C. P. R. train at 8:36 JJJj^ 1)V Q.N.R. train, 8 45 a.m.*.
a'm:: '������ose **���*����� |    r.lov���dale(    Nicomekl.  Port  KslP.
^-i,eN���.     UW.^-^
l^'  Sapperton   No.  l, daily except  points In eastern received
�����**��r.   Malls Received at ��:3F* p.m. ' cept Sunday.    Wtnrn maili rece.
St    8.30   p.m.    Ronacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead. Wednesdays and Sa.u**--
days. Return mall received Mondays
and Frldavs,
Dispatch   . by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 n. m.:
Vancouver No. 2: Victoria, No. 1;
Central Park, dally except Sunday.
Return mail received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:_3 o. m.:
Kast Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return malls received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 1200 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill. Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. "oat 1:30 p.m.
dally  (closes  dally at the.  same
time during winter months:
ladner,    Westham    Island,    Port
Oulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. dally
except Sunday. Return malls received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and.
Saturdays.
Burnaby lake. Return mail at
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyier. 4 n. m.:
To southern polnrs, dally exctp'
Sunday.   Return mall ll p. m.
I
��� N TH. MATTtK OF Trit HAIL-
WaVl' ACT, and .a the matter ot thy
Vancouver, \. __m_i_.sier aud tuKuu
Kail way Company aud ot the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Hall-
way and Navigation CoK,f?ny.
NOTICJ- IS  li._Kt.BY <HV>Na Uati
under the provUioas of Sv<,Uon a6i oi
the Hallway Act, an ftpplicatig| will
oe made to the Buird of Ra.lwfty Coni-
missiou-ers for Canada, at tho Couvt
Room of said Commissioners, at the
City of Ottawa, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, on TUESDAY, tne 12th
day of May, A.D. IMS, for a recom-
mendiation to thc Governor ln Council
for the sanction o�� �� <;ertaia agree-
Irfenl dated   tho 2.th day of   March,
A.D. 1908, madt- between    ths    Vancouver, Westminster and Yukdn Railway Company of  the one apart,  and
the Vancouver, Victoria add   Eastern
Hallway and .Navigation Company   of
tho other part, providing for the sale
by tho Vancouver,  Westmluster   and
Yukon  Railway Company to and t'he
purchase by the Vancouver,   Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company from thc said the Vancou*
ver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company, of all that portion of   the
undertaking  and    properties of    the
Vancouver, Westminster   and    Yukon
Railway Company, consisting of   the
line of railway In the City of Vancouver described In said agreement And
from the City of Vancouver to the City
of New Westminster, and In the City
of New Westminster, and all IDncs of
railway connecting it with tho bridge
over the Eraser river at Now Westminster, and all rights arising oiit of
any  order  of  the  Hoard  of Railway
Commissioners for   Canada,   pertaining to the maintenance or operation
of the said lines of railway or any of
them, and all other property, real or
personal, acquired for or held by or
in trust for or on account of tne said
lines of railway or any of them.
DATED this 27th    day   of March,
A.D.   1908.
JAMES JEFFREY,
S-cretary of the    Vancouver,    West*
minster and Yukon Railway Company.
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For Your Chicks
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Ttianolice,
Lice Poinl, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
THursdmv,MAv.
COLLEGE GIRLS WILL
GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in saltness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.    Use no other.
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Young Ladies Arrange for	
Big End-of-Term Celebra-j f^OOKSLEY'S   ���
tion-Boys to Buy Badges1 V/ ~
��� |     MAYDAY
Picture Post Cards
facia], scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home, Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies tret in.
ANDERSON
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Columbia   St..     New   Westminster.   B-   C.
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WEDDING    PRESENTS'
Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS?   We have now on <'
exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried in the city
We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all \ \
ether lines.   A piece of the Pickard Hand-Painted  China   will   make
a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Tl">*<***<-:  |
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Weigh in Your Mind
the difference between- our coal
and others before investing your
cash. Of course it is burning
up money, but you might as
well have as much fire as you
can for it.
The cleanness of our coal is
cne good po nt. Its free burning
quality is another. Give us your
order and you'll find many more.
I GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
ARE  -NOW   ON   SALE  AT
F.   MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE,
J.  G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
Series consist of the Crowning, of
the May Queen, the Hospital Ward
Fund Collection Committee, and various views of the procession.
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Lady cashier for the liijou1
theatre.   Apply bet-ween 2:30 and _
o'clock.
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attractionI WANTED���Girl   for   general   house-j
I     work.    Apply G.. Daily News office.,
LOST���Between Central Park and the
I. O. O. F_. cemetery, brown cloth
overcoat, Liberal reward for return
to Daily News Office.
The Columbian   College   Y.W.C.A.,
j with which most of the ladies of the
I school are affiliated, will give the last
] collegiate entertainment and social of
1 this season on Friday evening in the
gymnasium    .Preparations   are  being
j made io have it a fitting send off for
; the most ..rilliam year of the InsUtu-
i tion.
The concert will consist of a large
i variety of numbers, all lively a'nd in-
j teresting.   These include a scarf drill
.' by some of the pretty college maids;
J selections by  the orchestra,  which ,s
, very  favorably   known    all  over the
city:   musical  numbers,  both  Instrumental ami vocal, by members of the
College Conservatory of Music.    MisS
Burns,   the    Vancouver     , locuLonist, I WANTEl)_Lad, wlth    S0Im,   ex,Wrl.
will give several readings.   A special J    enCt. M bookkeeper*. Apply in hand-
feature of the program Is a whistling1     writing to "A." Daily News office. -
solo, which is it novelty in this placi
but   Is  considered   a great
a| eastern recitals.
A   lot   of Columbian    banners  and
! pennants made by the members of the
, association, will be on sale at a booth
; and if any are left'to be. sold after
| the concert opens, it will be because
the price the girls set on their rem-j TO   RENT���Large   front   room,   furn-;
embrances exceed  the pocket  money'    jshed;  vicinity of convent on Agnes J
papa allowed his boy.    _Vs a help to      street.    Box 216.
conversation during the social part of , '
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the  evening, the  boys  may  buy  Ice-  LOST���Pair of gold rimmed    glasses;
cream and cake. between opera house and corner of:
Every effort  is  being put  forth byj    F',st    B_ad    Third    streets.    Finder:
the  ladies  to  make    this  a   brilliant!     1 lease return to .News office.
success,  and  smiles and  joys    await.
everyone who attends.    The proceeds
are  to be  devoted  toward   furnishing;
; the reception room in the ladies dor-j	
mitorv. "        '
....     .......      i   i    nn       w-.ij      TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light;
lhe Y.M.C.A. at the College held a
meeting last night in the gymnasium;
which was addressed by the President,
Dudley Anderson.    A vocal duet was
given by Messrs.   Hobbins and  Wat-!
* son.    The room of the association in
the gym. which has been just lately
.uni:shed,   makes   a   very   home-like
place    for  the   meetings,  and    adds
much to its attractions.
This afternoon the Sapperton uase-
ball nine are scheduled to oppose the
. college boys." Prospects seem bright
1 for the school lads, for they defea'ed
I the Painters nearly as bad as t'he
. brush wielders whipped the suburbanites  on  Tuesday.    The  fight   for the
league championship seems to lie between th-e city and the College, and
until these me-et for the first time thi.*
year on Saturday, no good opinion can
be   formed  on   the outcome   between
them.
^24* I
fafraordinaryj^,,,,,*^'
on the Newest StykHT
Ladies'
*$&*���&
A table of stylish hats has Leen set apart from our I an
stock  in the millinery department.   You Can Have You.
Week for $5.00.    Not a hat in the lot but  which  Is oi
Regular values are $6.50 to $10.00.   Be q   , .    ,
laced only 25 hats on the bargain table at
,���.    ..I__n���.     .....    _. a..a_. ���
production
as we hav.
our small
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window for a few styles.
Boys' mi Girls'
Galatea Sailors
Excellent choice 23c to $2.00.
Just the hats for the small
ami plain straws, some have
fo 1.1. Made with wide brims,
mixed and plain straws, some
have man-of-war bands, but
most plain ribbon bands-. All
prices found in our stuck.
Each  ..25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $2
Do Vou Know Aboul
Heatherbloom Taffeta!
Advertised   in
journal as tho high
ard lining. It is evi
makers claim,    ft  .���
silk,  wears better
the -.. ���   ::v.   . .definite]
We show it now in bla       , ^,
navy, cardinal and cn
TO RENT���Furnished rooms suitable
for Tght housekeeping. Apply to1
__!ex.  Speck,  Columbia  street.
TO RENT-
housekeeplng. Apply, Empire Tailor'
shop.
New Net
Blouses
The new and jiopular blouses
for Ladies. Made of fine plain
and spotted nets, in white
cream and ecru over Japanese
silk slip waist, Made with
abundance of tucks and rows
of Valenciennes lace and heavy
Insertions,    Each  ....$6 to $10
A Special Line of ta
Goods, 65c per yard
New  stripes ia  gn
42   inches   wide,   suitabk    | ���
ladles' shirtwaist suits
or children's suits,   [nc! g
this  lot  are  four   ; lee
Inch tweeds in neat stripi     _
grey  grounds.    Regulai   ..  .--
Ol *.<.hich are S5c per yai
special lot this  week ;.:
yard   65c
Excellent Values in Costume Linens
Serviceable qualities in fine   linens, 36 Inches wide, pah- bli ���     ������.
blue, reseda green, brown natural or white, per yard  35c ���-. 50c
WlCoiJister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
HATS   retrlmmed   at    1ST    Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets.    Keep  full  supply of trim-
I    mings.
FAR.M 1
skill.
BANDS. SAW MILL HELP,'
ed and commoh labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency. 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3_29.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English subjects, classics,
science, mathema��ics.   Bojt 487. city.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
TENDERS WANTED
WESTMINSTER --CHILLIWACK  RAILWAY
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, May 18th,
1SC8. at 12 o'clock noon, for the clearing, grading, etc., of the first section,
12 miles. New Westminster to Cloverdale, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to 5 per cent, of amount of tender must accompany all bids.
Specifications and all  other information can be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
May 4,  190S.
CHAS.   GARDEN,   C. E.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Westminster kxt., Vancouver, B. C.
AUCTION  SALE
HOUSE   and
Household Property
I am instructed to seH by the owner, Mr. Watley, at auction sale,
j    without  reserve on
Monday Evening, May 11, at 7:30 o'clock
on the property, that desirable *,.o-storey residence (together with
household effects) facing south on Third Avenue, between Fourth
aud Fifth streets, In the Cjy of New Westminster, a'-out 200
feet from the tramline, including   the lot which is 50 feet by 100 feet.
There Is a beautiful lawn. The house has a large parlor, spacious
reception hall, roomy dining roon andJlarge kitchen, also four bedrooms,   bath,   etc.,   upstairs.
It is one of the nicest laidont homes in the city. Terms of sale
of bouse are one-sixtb cash, one-sixth in three months and one-sixth
in six months, on a four year mortgage at   eight  per een'.
Contents of house, comprise piano, pianola, organ, three heating
stoves, cook stove, two bedroom suites, sofa bed, two lounges, two
dining room tables with extra leave*, kitchen table, large grandfather's clock, carpet tinoienms, electric cabinet bath, crockery, pictures, hall-rack, dlnlngroom chairs, linen locker, lawn mower, and
numerous tools.
TERMS OF SALE ARE  CASH.
"Its Turned Bad!
This will be the constant complant of many careworn house.. ����s n
New Westminster this summer. Is it going to be yours, Reader ? Wh) not
study economy this summer by keeping your foodstuffs in a nana, s iti
refrigerator, and not to deliberately throw away your money by a cw ng
the heat to turn good food into unwholesome and distasteful rubbisr. Why;
not always have the food crisp and tasty, both for yourself and you*- juesttf
To counteract the effects of heat by a modern convenience is the true and
practical economy. Why not call and ree us about an Inexpensive refrigerator ? We have both the galvanized and poredain lined in great
variety.
And say, isn't it time to think abcut Fly Netting. Mosquito Dcc-s and-
Window   Screens.
Now, we (hall be pleased to see you and to cheerfully show -cj the
gootie. whether you buy or not.
T. J. TRAPP   & CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC. COLUMBIA  S'REET
The LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
W. J.  KERR, Auctioneer
P.O. Bjx 377.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Phone 170.
Time Is Money-Don't Travel, Just Talk

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