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 White, Shiles & Co.
T   riRE INSURANCE
Ly WESTMINSTER, B. C
l-MBER 109,
ieji Shiles & Co
R^EM. ESTATE
ia St. Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.    Ffill'A.V  MORNING, MAY 8, 1908.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK
BoS.*rs^^
iFiirtvin New City Is Strong Frank Miller Mistakes Order,
And j ���; e] mring for Coming     :    ls up Live Wire and ls
Donin
ion
Election.
Seriously Injured.
the  Liberal  partj   In
listrlct   an   lm i ...
a   a    rate    thai    is
Tory disciples un-
I*.-. -���
::,
.   ent 1 me and wor-
,    iaie  when  Dominion
i;    , illti. .:   -'
l.ght. The atn ..
rty   in   that     riding
iti i nt a meeting of th<
��� ral  parly  held  in   f".'
i ai! nn Wednesday  i \-
-
��� .int address* s were
,.    Munro,  M.  L. A.,  of
A    Hard-man,  of  this
i se gentlemen making
in   thc   interests  of
I
I
lit- -1' ������
If-
ll'*  "   :
_���-
Leo
I
I '���'
���ong   I
ise.    A largo audience
ng    trom    ���
i   usaud
... b.  hi:    .
H       lilM
thi   ..   C   E. ft.,
...    thi    Royal
held  .ii a  i g   b:
.... I      ��� .     OCCUl
���'  - of  Begbi       an.l'
Lhe 1000  .oil
. ci   i ,,   power  l,:'i'
I    .   ������ be .,       . ...��� a    ui
���. .il:.
���"  ��� ' i ini      i :..   ,: in
chani ... i ri .
were lowi n ,i to I i and cm
ai   ii.. , ��� ,     ie    street,
AI fRASffl RIVER SAWMILLS
Largest Lumber Sawing Concern on .American Continent
Will Soon Be in Full Operation Again    Half a
Million   Dollars Spent in Improving the
Equipements and Installing New
and Up-to-date Machinery.
DUTY ON SUGAR IS     WESTENDERS WALLOP
REDUCED IN ENGLAND     WEAKENED REG1NAS
r*
Change Will Be*   '-"^mv,, u^~
tive on Raw and  KerintM
Sugar in May.
Intermediate Lacrosse
ch Finds Red Sweaters
Easy for Greens.
pie ol West!_ do aol, , i....   j... .   al      ��������� ing
hai thej  havi  here,   remark i  will v,.1.....! , com-
;.    era, oi    th      Frasei .... 0 i.ooi) fee   ��� I  lumbi i. and
i�� mills,   est< rdaj as in- reel d e       at thi   pre em   I mi   ai
,  ,-,. amount pll id I... ��� ��� from i be
.    ���    in  <>hl mill,    i ii b yard will
���   driven with pili si pro-
ground.
a :
Uil
uy ul  figures lhal  . . madi
grasp    In aston I 2fi< a
"Wi   will  l.v read.,  -ii cm tim cf " be
earlj   fall,    and    the    mill,
Is bj  I'm ih.   i  rgesl on the. en-
....   . .a. .-.,....  7,    i he    ii w    i udge
pi'i sen   d   to  i he  11'",?"' in  Con  i om
.i I.-.     hi   lutj mi iagai fron,
four . hillings and t wo penci   ti
an,i   ten   pence   pi r   hui    ��� -.i
i
...    i ISI nlcil    b"
premii fflr, \ tulth, Instead o
iky chancellor ol the ��� xehoquor. This
fli I ari nre from prei edeni le _ - all
nl the receni chan'ge in the dabinei.
Mr. v i: < 111 i t) i. after cotamenting
! briefly on tbe presenl slackening of
trade throughoul tho world, following
./
S   ��� '   dea rn tbe greal extern of the   the boom year of 1907, announced that
���
��� red the speakers un
It,   when   .ill  present   , ^ .
to    'he    Hub   restaurant,
-l,ere a      iquel  was served by J.W.
Galloway  in an   unexcelled   manner.
-..._��� the disposal of thc tempt-1
_ .   . .   beforn the guests,
....... .   made  by  a  number of
prominent Chilliwack and outside. Lib-;
eing interspersed at. in-
���..���������... - Among those who contributed to the merriment of the evening
were R. Marshall, vocal solo: j. Nlch-
���: :. i ,.: M Short, cornet solo:
A. B. McKenzie, readinir:   R. C. Bar-
���] i  several  otters.
Promin, i:    among   the after-dinner
speaker?   .    .,    C.   W.   Munro,  M.I. A.,
ho. in ; rehenslve address on
"Our Prim ijtli b," touched at some
;--..: -. . on the worl, .vhich luid been
tae in the Provincial house during
on, dealing more par-
'   ' i ertaln legislation which
������ -odiiccd   by   nienibers   ol
nl and to which objection bad ��� -i taken by the Liberal
members ting on the opposition
benches, Mr Munro referred to the
Proposal to transfer the su-ervision
ol liquor i ��� uses in unorganized districts to the absolute control of the
provincial police, a proceeding with
*hich ho disagreed, as it would mean
that only political favorites would be
permitted to conduct a licensed hotel, a state of affairs not conducive to
fairness or strict observance of the
la"' Local needs were also touched
upon by Sir. Munro. who concluded
Sn excellent and well delivered ad/
*teis amid   rounds  of   nnol.-uisc.
In replying'to the toast of -Our As-
���odMion," a. Hardman, of Westmln-
'-'���''��� spoke in a dear and Incisive
manner ol ihe need of hearty co-ope-
'���''""n among tha different political
���Moclatlons Bettered throughout the
1-1 ' o ntlng out that it was only
>y uniform and concerted action lhat
11 ' ills coulfl be obtained,
warned lila bearers agalnsl letting
>''���<��� tllfferencea Interfere with their
"���fglance io the parly wh ch had
���-���������'' **-" much for Canada fluting the
ieen in power, winding
ing arraignment of thei
"���ions of the leaders of
R'ilon   at   Ottawa,   who   had'
Pai Be coast, if nol in the world,           maybe gained from b perusal ot Greal Britain's realized surplus for the
will have a capacity nf between 100,- a  few ol  iin   figures given    by    Mr. y    r 1907 has amounted to $23,630,000,
"���'   .      .. ting  ...   ;..         ,,,i   from    *00,000 and 120,000,000 feet of lumber Rogei      The mill was originallj  built which  he. said  would  be largely  ap-
the  wire on the lower    side.    Miller   RnnuaSy.   We wlll emploj al least 300     y   the   H'.ss  Mac-Lare-n   company   of plied to the reduction of the national
was  stationed   by    the    foreman, A.   men. of whom half at least will    be Vancouver,   but  was  run  for a  short debt, which has already been reduced
Chalkley, of Vancouver, at the corner   white men, skilled labor.   Our pay roll I n e   l<      than a year.   For fourteen by approximately   $00,000,000   during
ol Clarkson with Instructions not   to  al   a conservative  estimate,  will    be yea e  ...   big  building lay still  and
touch the wire until he rec< ived word   twelve thousand dollars per month, a'l; sili rr. the owners not. having the net
it was dead.    Miller,    however,   of which will be spent in nnd around essarj  means for successfully carrying
heard  the foreman call to the upper   Westminster." on  the huge concern,    lt  was taken
gang to cut, and apparently thinking      Mr. Rogers showed the newspaper over  two years ago  by    Lester W.
that the order wa.- meani    for   him,  man over the uiant structure chatting! David, who operated 11 for two years! tion in the sugar duties will be effec-
-  zed the live win,' with his pincers,   easily   ;-e while or vast quantities of until Its purchase by the present com- tive May IS on raw and refined sugar,
Persons who were watching operations   material that had been  sunk in    the pany  last   fall.   It  was  originally  in- and on July 1 on articles manufactured
construction, of  thousands of  dollars tended   to   repair  and    remodel    the with sugar.
the past year.
Mr. Asquith eslhrfMod the total expenditure for 1908-09 al $764,'3'_&,0u0
and the. revenue on the easting basis
of taxation at $788,850,005. The teduC-
at the time Baw a s, url of blue flame
as the steel Instrument touched the
wire, then saw thi stricken man fall
to the ground writhing in agony, with
lood  pouring from his mouth, grip-
spent  here  and    tens    of  thousands] building, but as the work proceeded,  ���
there, shiploads of concrete, forests of! it  tta3 found that few of the old tim- ,,��,���, , int,
piles,  and   whole  quarries of crushed   bers  remained  in   a  condition   fit   for |,jt||,|{j I    MAIIiHlu   AKt
rock,   to   say   nothing    of    the    vast,   usi ,   and   the  original   portion   of  the
Ing the placers In a grasp which ho   amount of lumber used  In  'he build-   mill now standing is scarcely dlscern-
was powerless to release.    His emu-   '"-��� all from ihe saws of   the   mitl.
rades forced the inBtrumenl from his   Gradually  ;t  dawned  on  the    visitor
adlj   burned   hand   and   bore  him   on
an    Improvised    board    stretcher
he was al
here was an enterprise of which
rig  was
to    t bo
jo   nol only the city of Xew Westminster,
piol only the province, or the I.omin-
iii the whole of the empire might
vi     ii  proud, dwarfing into insiguiiic-
Ible Half a million dollars has been
��� sunk  in  the great  undertaking    The
m W mill is  ..... feet in lenslh and T-,
feet n widih, with an engine room
,  . I by Ti'. of solid brick walls and mas-
sive concrete foundation Over a
. thousand new idles were necessary in
���    lie mammoth mills of the United   the reconstruction of the main build
ARRANGED 10K SEASON
I
States,  a   plain   capable    of  handling   Ing, J200 piles were driven to support
i ease the largest log that could; the  engine   foundations    penetrating
floated to Its reach
that   (.mild   the
'ii.  glanl en    Into the earth to a depth of eighteen
mnes thai will animate the al present   feet,
Twenty-four   hundred  yards   of
Thompson's livery, where
tend< d   by   Dr,  Hall, until a
in   readiness   to   take     h.m
hospital.
The incident was due lo more than
one raise. Miller mistook the order
meant tor others, he then made the
mlBtake of Beislng a wrong wire. The
third, which only increased the levplng frame will develop nearly I conclFSte were used in the construction
severity of the shock, was the tad 'hree thousand horse power and bj of the bedB for the engines and the
that the insulating material on the their aid a log nt twelve teet in dta- boilers, of the latter there are six-
plncers which he used had become meter and 120 feet in length mav be teen, eighteen feet in length and
worn, bringing the bare steel Into con-. ' "'ll inl�� "'e mill aa readily as a 72 Inches In diameter. The power will
'act with his hand' it is generally blngle bolt, and passing by the great' be lurnlsvd by three engines, the
conceded, however thai the strength band saw In the centre of the building, largest of these being a tteynolds-
of the  current  would  have  caused   it   thence to the resaws and  the gangs.   Corliss twlu 22 by 42, the fly wheel,
be reduced In a few minutes to mar- : one of  the  largest  in  Canada,  being
It table material. j <. ightevn   feet   In   diameter    and     62
What the operation of such a con- inches in width. The second sized e'n-
i -in will mean to Hns City ii is diffi-j glue Ib of similar build, 18 by 42, with
cull  even to    conjecture.    What    the' u fly wheel 18 by 37.   the baby of the
Seven     Important    Games     \***.:1
Played  Here  by Outside Teams-
Firft Match Next Saturday.
Be
Will the addition of several promts--
ing plttyers who have announced their
intention of playing throughout the
season, the Westminster Cricket club   signed lo ,his *1!Ut of ,,ln m']
Webt   Enders    	
Reginas   	
|.-,w Colli -��������� o lai fo ise wen sur-
prised at thi ufi of the first lnter-
mediat. garni o hi season yesterday,
;111In.*.. ea ;i   end   supporteta
w ere Vs    ani cipated,
the w estenders won the ma ch easily
scoring  seven  goals.    The    Etegtnas
tiled to i
.-.ii . ioi tickhandling ability waa,
i leat -hewn bj i in w Innera, who
had the advantage of considerably
mere practici iii'in the RegfriSfe, sev-
��� il of the players on this lalter team
being notorious Bhirkers, Apart from
the better form accruttig from dally
practice, the Westenders had tho advantage Of weigh! on their side, bulk
being of some use in an exciting lacrosse match where a fistic argument
ig always a possibility anrl on occasions a probability. There, wevft n-o.
scraps  last   ni?ht.
N'elson Kenny, who replaced Morri-
3on on the Reglna lineup, made h:s
ih'but in intermediate company. While
quick   and   willing.   Kenny  is  fnr  too
light to piny against the Westenders,
and will not likely be called upon +o
; do =o for some time to come. "Pete"
Latham, who was to have shown ih^
I old timers that he is still there with
the. poods, remembered an engagement in Vancouver and defaulted. The
absende of Morrison and Latham
contributed some to the defeat of the
Reglnas, but even with these two on
the lineup, the victory would have
',-������".} with the wearers of thc gm>n
sweaters.    Next   week  the .hoys  from
fhi  Occldeni Mil mm   out   wearing
glad rags.
The I.eainas showed weakness in
the home, three youngsters being as-
The
n come through  the  insulation even
rid it been Intact.
Miller is doing well, according to
the latest reports from the hospital,
mil In a few days will show but little
f the i fleets of the shock.
i i iMinan   small  inland mill  can cut in
SAN FRANCISCO SUPERVISORS
WOULD QUIT PLAGUE FIGHT
11
San Francisco, May 7.--A resolution declaring that San l-'ranclsco haa
not had a single suspicious cast? of
disease since January 30, and that it
is the opinion of the board of supervisors thai the heavy burden of main-
tallying a large sanitary force longer
in the city should not be forced upon
the citizens, bul should be taken up
by the United States government,
was unanimously adopted at yesterday's  session  of the supervisors.
one year, this vast equipment will
min out In a single wick without un-
ismii effort. Wilh a supply of limits,
estimated to he capable of producing
Bl   the smallest   calculation  2,000,0.'.,-
trlo Is a Blngle Hamilton engine 24 by
:i0, with a fly wheel 13 by 30, developing UTiO horse power.    The burner for.
the destruction of all waste material I
is now built to n height of about 40,
feet, but when completed will be 10��i
expects to be nhle to make a much
bei er showing this year than formerly, the plaiing eleven liaffcH^-. heen
greatly strengthened. The grounds at
Moody square have been put in first
class shape, a splendid pitch having
been laid down.
Following    is     the      schedule      of
matches to be  played    this    season,
games being on the grounds of the last
named club:
May 18- Westtnlflats, nt Victoria.
May 23���Westminster nt Vancouver.,
June. 3   Vancouver nt Westminster
June 8���Burrards at Westminster.
June 20   BurrardB at Vancouver,
July 1���Burrards at Westminster.
July 11���Vancouver at Westminster
Aug. 1���Burrards at Westminster.
time. "Chick'' Hobertson being particularly active with his stick. There
was very little to pick out In the individual play of the winners, the home
being, if anything, stronger than the
other end of the field. Munn, who
graced the net with his presence, wast
an interested spectator of the match
most of the time.
During the last quarter thirteen
players bunched up ln front of the
Regina goal, each team having about
equal representation in the scramble.
In the scrimmage the goal posts were
forced out of position, the net trailing
on the ground.   No goal was scored.
Much adverse comment Is being ex-
000 feel, of logs, the mill can run for   feet in height and with a diameter of
���
'esenl  session done all in
/ '' POWi     to  focus  the  attention Of
upon   SO-called   scandals
2'} Krafl    h irges, none of which had
'    proved to exist outside, the
"^nation   of Foster   and   others   of
"Is Ilk,
Other
eluded li
tt
eakera of the
'    MoGilHvray,
'    ''"ti;   J.   ff.   Ashwell
'���   H.    Menders m,    II.
���  ���'. Ca
acln osh, ,i
Tt,f>rntnn
MoLeod
H   C.  Harwell,
S.   Mercer     and
evi ning  In-;
president of.
J. A. |
Kipp,
r. j.:
Q.   I.
SIXTY  KILLED IN
KHVBE.. PASS FIGHT
London, May V Six j Vfgbana �� ���������
killed in the fighting winch took place
between a large Afghan force and the
British troops last Saturday al ��
po rn in the Khyber pass near Undl-
Khotal, according to a despatch sen!
in by a correspondent with the Tiring
column.
message is published bere today
Lahore giving the Afghan Head
t 300, hut this communication is discredited.
t-.cjity years at full blast wl'hout cessation.    Eighty  par cent,  or the output, one hundred millions of Teet per
i year, it  is estimated,  Will  lind  a mar
i kel in every part of ihe world, carried
I in the vessels of evi ry nation. Thus
i the great mill itseir, requiring nothing
bul the co operation of Father traser,
will iiinkc ol Westminster a great porl
.or ocean liners, Independent of the
���in, roveneuta pi udlng which of thi m-
i, ., .via ti n i to piiiMMiie ��� he up-
, ifldln , of a murltlmi metropolis
hei e.
.Not on i .   ai     i lie i,\. nei ��� nl   :"i
buii ling u,i a lumbering buslnelt, I n
th i
33 feet.    It required 400 piles fo support the foundations.
The sawing equipment of the mill
consists of three massive hand saves
and a gang saw. Thc big saw rig Is
an eleven foot Allis-Chalmers band,
with a 72-inch four blocl; ciitrlnge
and two block trailer. This equipment
handles With ease a log up to ten
feet in diameter -ind 120 in length ami
��� capable of coping with much larger
logi   at   i ressure.     Steam   devices   for
handling the i"gs are niieii throughout
fhe  mill.    The  main  1 11 ria���c  runs  on
1  ninety pound  rail, rlvetlod lo %  by
pressed  by followers of the game at
Aug   ir.    . ancouver at Westminster.i ,h�� aotloB ,,f *&*&*** s��r^- whw
Aug.  17    to 22.    inclusive-Cricket   ������na elected <o play against li-    <���...<
tournament tit Victoria.
Sept. ?���Victoria at Westminster.
R*ppl.  12--Burrards at Vancouver.
I" inch  steel  plates.    In  addition    t-*
ire also binid.11:: a 'own around   the big saw there, la a nine foot Allis
plant, a town  that  from  its com     ("halmeis  double  cut     band.    With     a
iholr
11,  in. .ical will be favored with uti.i  I fiO   inch   four  block   three  track  car-
t.,;   that   cities   many  times   its   Blze   riage,   fhe   track   being   of   f.O   pound
125 feet In depth, is being thoroughly
repaired afld will be extended for another |6o fe^t, making 1000 feet over
all, sufficient to accommodate every
vessel of whatever size thai may com:>
to Ihe mil! for lumber, Al present
I here Is uo provision made for a box
! it lory or cedar mill, bul the compatn
contemplate the etectlon of these de
parlmenls In the future.
The     \e.,s     mat'     was     enndiielel
��   rough Hi-   main buildings of the new       Tbe tefttnS:
town   by  tic  foreman,  \Y   S,   Mel-nod,   Reglnas.
who   explained  all   the   improvements   II.  Clifford
that   were   bfelhg  mad., in  Ids  purlieu    O,  Peele
team, the. Reglnas, this year, his excuse for joining the stronger aggregation being thnt the boys from the east
end are not turning out to practice in
earnest this season. This may sound
all right as an excuse, but It is not
considered the aetion of a true sport.
Tallies were scored as follows:
Reglnas���Nil.
Westenders ��� (1). Swanson, G.
S|iiing: (LM, no goals; (8), C. Spring:.
('. Spring; 11), Q, Spring, E Warwick,
(1.  Spring.
Referee, Sid Malcolmson. Tintfi-
keeper, C. D; Peele.
A
from
iC
.    ,,--.1-'i.-**.--..-''<*
This Is My 45th Birthday
tf
Wl
,is of Omaha
William M. Davidson,
""am M. Davidson, superintendent of public schools
^'   :"' of the most prominent educators   in   lhe   west,    was    bora
'     8. I8M. at .lamestnavn   Pa.    He received his early education m
the
of
0 most prominent educators   In
i8W, at Jamestown, Pa.    He received
lbl|c schools of Kansas and  later    graduated    from  the Kansas
|h'"' normal school at. Emporia.   Since 1882 hv has be. n continuously
' ! In educational work, with   the exception  of two    years    he
^ editor of a newspaper at. Emporia.   He was   superintendent
���S   at   Topeka   from   18(2 to 1904, when he BCCeptetd his pn-'s-
I   f_m   'PPOintment as superintendent of public school! at Omaha.    Dr.
" : is the author of several  school  text, books that  are Widely
1 an'l has attained prominence as an Institute worker and lectin--*
1 nal subjects.    He is a member of the leading educational
I   JJ11 ���' entiftc societies of t.he Unfed  States and  has    l��een    tono����
jth the presidency of the National   educational association.    	
1 ^wzmmwrimm* ^Srmm��m*Trm*m^^ ��*"
Coal
Toint
Coverp't
1st   Def.
2nd Der,
8rd Def.
Centre
1
Westenders.
D. F. Mnnn
D. Marshal.
B .(.albraith
H. gangster
H. Sfbley
0. Spring
W. Warwick.
groiiiul_ floor  equipiied   as  offices,   the   C. Mannering
ii|i[ier  fli'Wir   as   living   rooms,  for     the:!.   Fitzgerald
sr ft ff.    All are lavishly fi.rnished   The! Tl. Archibald    8rfl Home   K. Warwlcft
office provided are for the president, i A. Smith 2nd Home     D. Bnrtlett
ar branch of. the  *orl;  In  a  most In-   A ��� Robertson
cannot boast. The company owns overl steel rail rivefted to '^ hy S inch steel   teresttflg mnntier.    The office block Is   it.   McArthur
(80 acres of land around the mill, and   nlates.    The centre rig is a n'ne. foot   a   handsome   two storey   building,   tho . H.Fletcher
has   nearly   completed    a  number    of j double cut res.aw with n IS inch  four
buildings,   including     a    large     store   block-   carriage.    Thc  gang  saw is   of
block,   office   building   and   seventeen   Wicks make, 60 by 14 inches, running
dwelling houses for the employees. A   M    *.2 by 7 inch bands. This machine
palat  il residence has also been erect-, i--. operated by an  independent engine,
ed   for   the   manager  on   the     hillside j a    21    by    30    Hamilton.    The    oth"r
above thc town. * equipment of the mill proper consists   manager,  and the general  offlees re
Waterworks will be built during the | of a 10 foe.  slasher, an 84 inch double   spcctlvely.    Hpstalrs there is a hoard' 	
year, the watcj being'brought from; edger. with ten HO. inch saws, a 60 inch 1 room, four bed rooms for the staff! A meeting of the New Westminster
Lake fomo through a twelve inchi .hingle edger with five 30 Inch saws,! with baths and other conveniences, branch of the Asiatic Exclusion league
main.    Tenders  for   the  con .trnction j a   H   foot   22-saw  autqmatic trimmer  nnd n ha^ndsome sitting room.   Across j will  be held this evening in Eagle**'*
hall at 8 o'clock.
A.   I).
drown,
McRae,  the secretary,  ft.   H.   N. Kenny
the  log manager,    the    sales-
C. Smith
H. Allum
1st Homo
Outside
Inside
R. Sangstor
0   Spring
o. SWanaph.
of the, system are now heing   railed.
Twelve  npw houses,    furnished    with
every  modern   convenience    will    he  on  concrete    foundations
erected  for the. use of employees    at, 16 by 16 posts.
once, and others as required.   A hos-1     A  feature of the equipping of the
"Hi
# 1 pital  is
another of the institutional mill is that there are no banging
planned Tor Millside' by the lumber| shafts, these being all set on bridge
company,  to which   purpose" a large   trees built on solid concrete so   that
and a 41 foot 20-saw automatic trim-  the main street Is the store and post
mer.   The large band saws are all set, office, the latter being in the rear of
supporting, the store proper. Upstairs In this
building Is a large hall, 40 by 52,
which wag opened last Friday with a
dance. Inhere are four bedrooms on
the upper floor, also for the mill ���taff.
An interesting feature    of    all    the
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Baseball.
Vancouver     9
building at present used for the man-, there is a minimum of vibration, and; buildings te that every portion ot the ���   SpoTtane  1
ager's residence  will  he devoted,    a 1 every    portion   of   lhe   shafting   Is  material wns made on the spot.
doctor rrom the city vis'tlng the hos- [ feadily accessible, this portion of thej     With such a start, Millside appears
pita! each day for   the   care   of   the machinery helng confined to'the lower ��� to have a great future before It, and
natients.   The town Itself wlll be sit-' floor of the building.   A massive glnss) its "residents confidently  expect that
tinted on the north side, of the railway' cupola extends along tfie entire roof- before many years hav? passed lt -will
���rack, that portion of the property to **f the building. j be the mecca of the largest vesnels'*
the south being reserved for mill pur-i    Tho old wharf, ..00 feet in length and of the Pacific. ' '
��� Wrestling.
��� Renshaw defeated A.McDob-
��� aid in 135 pound claM.
��� Boeck   defeated   Tom-Oto-
��� nine-ham in 158 pOWtf
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Denver, Col., May 7.���Train rol     .a
who board   I     -  I ���--*���������-   * Rio *-l: -  -
Snow and Rain,
lhe Br��t man to whoa It ever occurred to find out h 'w much rain was
represented bj a givon fail of snow
was Alexander Bri.e of Kirknewton.
who in .March, 1765, made a simple experiment with the contents of a 6tone
jog driven face downward into over
Bis inches of snow, What he learned
was that a greater er less degree of
cold or of wind when the snow fall*
and its "lying a langM u shorter time
on the ground" will o      -   :. ;. differ-
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So.  i a*. Ca.tle Rock early to-   ence ln the weight and ia the quantity   ��_!���*  /r-   mf~*r- w* \~rt~*      _*%     _D A   _T__
m*. - -  --" ���������- ?sr��ss sssxts: riVC -LENTS A DAK
gei i.   -���   ��� -��� = -���      -  - '-���'-'��� em
ployed  ...���  '--    Glc -   --������.-*-"    company.   From ssenger the
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure .soap
can clean .--imply because it IS pure and contains nothing:
that will injure the finest fabric. z
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
I endeavore-1 to perform with care,
snow newly fallen, with a moderate
gale of wind, freezing ��� ild. wUl pro-
' Leys to a small Bate  duce a quantity of water e iual to one
n****1 h��� rtD6iied tenth pa& of its bu_k.- So that a faS
la the baggag- ae> ope^a
aud  took  the contents, in all worth
part of its      -:" so tnat a faJJ
of snow    :'  ten  Inches represents ��
rainfall of one Inch.���London Chroni
ele.
... dollars.    A    Ig
safe oa th Men    contained    a
l_u~a'e sum of money, the combination
of which is known only to clerks of
tae company in the principal statl ns
alon*? the route, was tampered with.
but the rol   ��� rs were unable to enter   tmiXs me.  I wish you would treat me."
"I will.   Bat ia view of the pev.-u!!s:
nature of your case I shall want my
fee in ��� h an e "
A   Caotinns   Doctor.
"Doctor, something :s the matter
with rue. Sometime! my mind Is a perfect blank, and my memory constantly
I PhJIIl'pS, Wardrobe Offer I
it.    The robbery  was discovCTei
William Bysop, chief night cier!.
the Giobe company's office    at    th
Denver union depot, who went to th
ear tn set express matter.
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None :- to be deemed free who ha-
���.it perfect self command.���Pythagx>
ras.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
L.   H.  Nicholson, Vancou..:.
li. Smith, Vi.' ri..
P.  Kr_._:v: i nd "rife, V. n     i    i
Colin C.  Brown   YaneooTer.
.... nconver.
R. D. Ker Vancouver.
>;.   v.*.   Leesoa, Vancouver.
H.  R.  King  V.r.couver.
F. A. W�� i   Seattle.
K. aS    Bos /. Vancouver.
W.   E.  Zmkan, Vancouver.
w. O. Dalton. YancooTOr.
A.  W. Brown. Vancouver.
G. H.  Frrg-scn   ?r-_-**:.-���-_.   V. B.
M. L. Savaee, Montreal
J. R. Davidson, Vanco"**-.;.
W. Hull. Vancouver.
Mrs. L. Kyle Vancouver.
Mts_ Frank, Vancouver.
W. Gordon. Vancouver.
N". Friland. Toronto.
A. D. Kendall, Vancouver.
Windsor.
C. G. Ros;. Seattle
A. Smith, Seattle
E. KraZ:. ���_-  v.?
H. Bancbew, Sear.le.
J.  C.   Ar.      -  :.   S&_:*_e
j. Mc:..-. .-*- .-��� -
ll. Nlelson, Se.r.Ie.
L. R. F ���-     S attle.
W. W. Kellar, Seattle
J.  Baldl, Langley.
H.  litmus   Langley
Sent On Approval
To Responsible People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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�����.e Ink Pencil %i
Yonr Choice   f
ll.'      IT-,,
a $t*m ri, oi. Bali.
A cor.ous tale of Ole Bull Is cofd jf
a book oa violins and -*-*o!:ai��ts. I.
seem-* that In VS3i, betas then twenty-
cm* yea.-., of age, tbe famous violiai*
wandered to ra.-:-. The cholera waj
agio? and MaJibrao - ..:..��� lie wen-
to hear her. and his landlord deenii,pe<
with ais pow.in.uns, Including bis x'.t>
Un. H* was speedily re<luced to e.��.
tremity. Darin? the last dinner thai
fte we_? tote to pay for lie mads tht
*a��->*iija;_itai_r�� of a remarkable man. 1*
��is ��.trai:_:<_.- Ole Bull confided his mtf
**1*��- At tb* conclusion tie strange.
���Bid abrup-'y. "Well. I w;;i do _on_��,
thin? for yon tt you ha-re eoonge ani
*�� Oataea." -I La-.-e both." sa'd Buli
���Then co to Fia.cati's tonight at K m "ritlpg by a
��"clock, pais tlirourf) the first roor:
f�� Ir.to th. second, where tb -y p!a
r*tze et eotr, and when a rew talllt
besioa pu: yoc- 5 francs on ron?e and
teave It there." null did a-- directed
and when his 5 francs had become 4M
be took them up after an episode with
��� -fc-ottan -who attempts to take thorn
wed continued to win. and had be le**
his tor. y hmgCT fce would have W0D
an independent sum. The stranger
���a-bo wai present as _,;. ^t^, ^a��
V1*k<j. the French detective, already
��� European celebrity.
Ililii.f.li.: i ��.e e._lLt I.i!
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Tooke's  " Chamberlain "
(a double collar), in 1 1-2. 1 3-4, 2,
2 1-4 inches in height,
at 15c, or 2 for 25c
In the new turn down styles :
Derby, Wabash, and Glencoe
at 15c, or 2 for 25c
linen Cuffs, -       -     25c the pair
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Fruit Ranches
Tea acres convenient to town.    All   slashed;   no   :.
watev   on good road.   Price *1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain I
two room house;  small garden and Chicken hou*
wil and sood water-    Price $1200.   Reasonable tet
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THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE]
A  Hardman.
��� km
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
M.,_itie Sldg ,
Betrolt. Mic.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Be '.'-   -   ith aat quarter of Bection 11,
to***. ..     .   N'ew  Weatminater dis-
trtct.
A certificate of indefeasible tr.!e to|
the a .���'*;���' will be issued to
James G. Smith on the fourth day of
Juno, 1908, unless in the meantime a'
va.id objection thereto be made :o xm
Family trade a specialty
A.James,   j. McClughan   from    Vancouver    at    5    o- m.,  2nd
' mi   l.th  of  each  month,  calling  at
SkldegaUi on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trcm Victoria S p.m. every V,'edn-o-
iay. from Vancouver 10 a.m. ever,-
Ih-jr-day. Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday a'ternoo:.; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lad.vsmltU
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N'-.-a Westminster Monday.
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Wept-
mtaester Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday a: 2
p.m.   ._dd:t:onal trip Monday 5 a.m
I HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT Of SIXTH. ���
���p��0Pe   106,
e nil
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tm*e  door,  from   Ceo. Adam., Grocer
'MiMDEfPfPEI
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
person    or  persons   ^e'' ^3-
claiming an estate or interest therein,
:. any part thereof.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar ol Title-
Land Registry Office, New  Westmt
ster, B.C., May 2, 1908.
Office   Eight ��treet.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   3.   C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltfsh Columbia Coast Lin*
8��rv-c*.
BOOKI.N'G TO   AND    FRI '������"   ANY
POINTS    IN    THK   OL1    C   i'NTP.T |
Ladies' Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up.   CAN  BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
Gent I "men's    Silver   Watches,   open   jr.(7 fa-
Nest    sailings   of   the
���ase, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   'o    the    Wellman
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-   Arctic Expedition.     Xll warranted.
Leave    VVi_..,bam    Island    Monda>,
Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thirsday,  Sat-   face, $6.00.
urday at 7 a.m.    Friday 6 a.m.   Ail:-    Gentlemen's Silver  Watches.   doubI��s
tlonal  drip Saturday  Ibave Ladner at
5  p.m.
The ,-fcrson o.- persons    having   inj
custody or possession the   foi- i
..:.-- title deeds rehting to the s-aii'
_r the1
TIME T\BLH
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Viirtoria Tuesday 7 a.m.;
rives -Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturtay J p.
��rrives Victoria 9 p. m.
m
Henry A.
mortgage.
F.  MacLeod, assignment of
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
Agent.
"_ff_.  *..rmiKie't   Hakln   nf   Work
tt had bee. Un Crtigie'. habit fo*
' *naaT jrean to becln ber work at '
' *'cij k .:. ���'..,- r_.oniing. no matte- !. -
��� la- (fee bad treen up the night before
VJt o.i o.:  lbs W-o*e till 11-30. nev ���
feeing able to do more than   half  ;.:
'juror's   work  at  a   time,  a  dlsal
���arhlcb tnakea ttw amount she produce
the aore amazing.   After Inncheon-
even after a luncheon at tbe Carltoa-
ahe wrote again until It \tls time ?,
pay calls aud to talk at tea tables .
Idly a* if *he had been idle all ���".  ���
feat of unbending which few wo:   ���
and fewe.- men can perform. Bnt afti
fil___y_r  she   was   always  tired.     ".\
nlr> f." she confessed, "I never by nn
ehci.ee do  a_iytbiu>_.    I cannot  e'-
���ar-Itc a po*t card then."
i
An Interesting Experiment.
Take an ordinary glast filled with !
-.���Titer aDd put ia a. much soda at i
thtj water uiil take up.   Tie one enu
of a Itriac to a common bean and :
the other end to a wire which i.s laV_
acro.-_   the  top  of the glass,  thus
���ubmerging tlie  bean.     In  a   very;
few* minute.- the beiin will begin to
b��? covered with little spine.-, and in
a short time it trill resemble a tiny1
porcupine.    The reason  of this is ''���
easily explained,   The bean is quite
porou. and .oak* up a good deal o,' i
water, but the so-ia -annol i.nUT the '
bean and thet*a_i>iaattaches it8elf ti> | awdst-ant Gen'l Fassenjer and   ,'
���lhe oi_t*<ide. Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicat'o,
rty are requested to del
same to the undersigned ALASKA ROUTE.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert' S.S- Pr,nce��a May.
rerwell to Montague William Tyr-J    Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver'
Drake.  Robert  Edwin    Jackson j February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 and
and Harry baihis Helmcken, mortgage; April 4.
;n ''��� VAN��<HJVEH-VICTORlA  ROUTE_
January &, 1S86���Montague William
Tyrwhitt   Drake.    Harry    Dallas Hel-:
rnil,n. and Robert Edwin Jackson to      Leave9 Vawuver  1;3(> P- m   <!*��*.
Chains, Rings, Jewktry, ete^ etc.
Watch   repairing;     enarges   reason-
able.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
May 1st.
For other dates  an: '*
apply to
ED XJOULET,
CPU AWB,
SS   Princess   V *toria
For   re9erv!-ttons   and   taiwaatto*.
call or address
ETV GOULET.
Axent. New We3tmbisl��"
tt J. COYLE
Asst. Oen. P��M   Agent. Vstnowive.-.
J. W. TKOUP.
General Superintendent, Victoria
Summer Excursions
1 .th
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MAR!
TIME PROVINCES'.
Al.so to BUFFALO, NEW YORK am
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls
For Tim-3 Tables, etc.. a<!"!r_...
GEO.   W.   VA -X
���arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Vlcwria 1 a.  m. daily;     ar-
rivea Vancouver _  a. n_.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria S:3<_ a. m. daily e*- ;
ee-j-t Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 > I
tn. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattkr 11:30 ;>. m. daily e-i-
[cept .Monday;  arirves Victoria " aua. ,
[dally except Tuesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st .in 1 llth
of each month for Clayoquot. Mosqul-
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN IWE"
Eight Traias Everv Dav m the Yei-
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAI.N OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
Tickets on sale May 4th    to
June 5;.k, Oth, lSHh and :iut__.
Toronto and return   $ I
i .Montreal and return    10
Halifax and return    18
, Chicago and return      '. - .0
St   Paul and return       t .00
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains DaiK
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
40     Electric-lighted tram.    Low Rstej
50 Quick Time. Excellent Service.
} New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
Winnipeg and return      6O.O0 ANU ALL POINTS EAST
For further particulars and reserva-      Steamship  tickets  on   sale   to a ���
t'ons aipply i European points.
ED. GOULET."" i8pecla|   Rftduced   Rat.s   Round Tri?
Agent, New Westminster. Rates  to   Sout**-*'*'-)   G*ti<ortni
or to E. J. COYLE, F0r fu;| mformatiur. call or. or *rl-
Asat. Genl. Pass. A*t., Vancouver.  | <j  ��  LANG, General Agent,
 j    430 Hastings St.. Vai        ���-. 3-*--
A   D. QHARL.TON,
R, MILES & CO.      ' Portland. Ora
Phrmlm, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Ik. I-
R.pairs of all kinds (riven special at-,
ter tion. Sewer connections made.
to Harbor and way ports:   Tth ol each   an<j   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with   Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
both electricity and gas; th. most front St. New Westminster
brilliantly    illnmir.ated   train   in   the
���cl. <������:
month  for Quatsino and  way   ,.orts
.nth of each month for Ahcuset, Quat-
jlno. Cape Scott and way [>or'.i
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. R   loan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  p-tn. dilly,
-xcept Sunday-    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at l p.m.   Leaves N'ar.ainio at
7 a. m.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 pm., 1st and loth;
world. The equipment consists nt
orivate <-ompar.mei.t cars, standard
[6 section sleeper., luxurious dining
,-ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
'.rarv snd smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
. furthrr  information  call  on  or' write
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL -XGENT,
1       7*. Second Avenue. S-at��!��, VV.in
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New We-tminster. B.C.
Ilie Orienfa! Contrad to
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster Q
Uox f> 1^.
neb P. *-'   |
*AA.
nr      ADVBRTls
���  IN -
THE       O A   I  L r
For. 2lQ re:
r  W  S
.TS. flAY 8. 1908,
Would YOU Know
h0w to 'ook as "Sp.c and Span" ��� 0B( oj U). fashion ^
girls, by hav,nfl a pretty BLOUSE and nicely hanging &K1RT
a da,nty COLLAR and neat BELT .
We  will  show  you  how  to   dreg, and   at  a  very  moderate
cost
AT
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  2/5 Columbia Street
DO YOU POSSESS
comfortable feeling iif having a Savings Accoui
THE NECESSITY of savin- has neverbeen
:-. ire apparent than at the pn      ; time.
' The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
���    you to join the larpe numln-r of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
I   ��� your money'where it is accessible when you require  it
BANKING RY MAI!. A SPECIA1 . V
START NOW���DON'T DELAY,
Ni. \vfstminstk** Branch,
F, fe.  LYLE,  Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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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.
P. PEEBLES s��
270 Columbia St      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phoiu 307
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THE DAILY NEWS.
S
ves ho more
It invo!
effort and comparatively little mor��
expense ts get a good
suit or overcoat, than
it does to g<.l- ah
ordinary unsatisfactory sort of garment.
It is mersly knowing
what tQ get, and
where to get it.
To-days   foremost
cloth?s are
H. L DeBECK
new W<.tmmst!r.
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A Priceless Asset
\ good Bet of teetti contrl "���**. greatly to
oin's health ami happiness. Thej add much
to the appearance and more to the digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth, Come to us NOW, befor'e It is too
late.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns       $5-00
Gold Fillings      $1.00 up
Platina  Filling*      $1.00
Extracting    50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A PROTECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
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
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ALL OVtR   lHh  HOUSE.
'
The   Prevention   and   Cure   of   Facial
Eruptions--V��rious   Notes.
An application that sometime,
helps to clear away a crop of pini*
pies i.s made by shaking togetbei
until well mixed a wineglass of lime
water, half as much olive oil and a
pinch of powdered borax. Tlie skin
should \tc thoroughly cleansed with
'���ither a bran bag or almond meal,
rinsed and dried; thon use the mixture, which will bo a thick white j
emulsion, and wipe ofl' gently with a
soft i loth. This leaves the skin
pleasantly soft and is really a sort
of antiseptic to prevent the forming
of a suitable soil for tho microbes
which cause boils, Acne, etc.
Where pimples coun.' to head, in
place of pressing out the ronlenta '
dip      lne noodle in boiling water,
prick the place and touch with *
drop of hvdrozono, which will dry I
up the place and leave no mark.��� ;
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
PURE FOWDEREB
I Ready tor Use In Any QuM-.��_1y.
Pi ���������nul.'-������/ SOAP, gof. .nint^a'stcr. .eraov-
..���-it. dlelnfectlng sinks, cio3_ts
���i_ for mnny other pu-po_._.
Un'  '.,    20 pounds Sal Soda.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
JE.W.GILLETT Sffiiffi
TORONTO.ONT.
'tt i ____���_���__������_��� ______ Jl fflSUUalWMM
Getting  Rid of Moths.
When fighting moths in a room ot
closet, try burning gum camphor,
The. windows and doors of the room
should be closed and all the bureau
or closet drawers left, open. The
smoke should be allowed lo remaiB
in the room about an hour, after
which time the room may be thoroughly aired.
After every possible precaution
against moths has been taken in a
closet where woolen goods are to ba
stored for tlie summer leave a piece
of red flannel in the middle of the
floor. Mollis arc said to have an
especial fondness for this tidbit o.
ninth diet, and if any intruders remain they will choose it in preference to the garments on tlie shelves.
The trap, of course, should be
watched and burned if moths are
discovered in it.
New Westminster City
Assessment
Cucumber Freckle Cream.
For light summer freckles try cu- '<
cumber milk. Slice without peeling
four large cucumbers, add a cupfiil
of water, boil until soft, cool and
striiin. To one and one-half ounces
of juice add nn equal portion of
alcohol and one-fourth ounce of
powdered castile soap. Let stand
overnight, add eight ounces of cu-
cumber juice, one ounce of oil of
sweet almonds, twenty drops of
tincture of benzoin and a pinch of
boric acid. Shake well. Applj
twice a day witli a sponge.
COURT OF  REVISION.
Notice Is-hereby ^1 vn lhat thi assessment roll for the year 1908 has
been relumed to me, and remains in
my office, where It may be inspected
by any person having an Int.
therein, until the sitting of the court
of revision.
The first sitting of the court of revision on th-e said assessment roll wil}
be held ,al 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 before the first sluing ot
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN
^City CleTk.
''"���*  Hall, April  7, 1908.
NOTICE
Sixth Street Sewer Assessment
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE ��
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phorle 185.      Iiam  'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Take notice that the Council has
appointed Wednesday, the 20th Oay
of May, 190S, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the City Hall, New Westm-ti-
ster, as a time and place for holding
a Court of Revision to hear appeals
against Assessments made under the
provisions of the Local Impmvemen**:
By-law,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
rity  Hall, New Westminster, May T>.
1908.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Light and Heavy Hauiin*: Westminster Iron forte
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT. j
 -jRemoved to Tenth St.,.be~-
..Bark Wanted..
tween Power House and.
Galbraith's Factory.
S.S.   RAMONA     ,;f
**************************  **************************
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
FOR SALE.....
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  We.trr.in._er. Telephone 333.
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   j
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark I     JOMN REid,
WANTED   AT
Telephone 53.
FR*\SER    RIVER   TANNlRY,    LIU.   New Westminster. P  O. Bbx 471
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.        \ ���        	
Write or call  for  particulars,
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South Went Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tiie service on any i
1 railroad in the world that equal In
| :quipment that of the Chicago, Mil-1
Aiaukee  ft St.  Paul Railway.    They |
>wn  and operate their own sleeping:
mrl '���" <     ..<*_ on alll their trains and
jive     ��� i    _ trons  an  excellence ofi
ervi.     i     . btainable elsewhere.
-_, .  ROWE. Genenil Agent
i4 Third ..... ror Al**--"   ^(.'Hend. Of.
Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
TME   KIND   THAT   GROWS
0
advertise in thTnewsi*4 Ryall's Drug Store
60   YEAUr
Maims
Detrain*
CopvMOHTa 4c.
a sketch end dMnintlon m*v
- " hether m>
Regular sailings bet>veerr
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLI
WACK,
ealllng at Hammond, Haney, __angU.5,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and freight.
Leaves Brackman * Ker wharf.
New Westminster, Tuesdaya, 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, Se'eretery.
KKlSe
Anyoaesanding art
"iSSSlW !CuW M-um ffVo. ne*
JrtS_WCwit hou'. chMje, ta tEa
S-��yi_-d��fc
ikMtantfa.
co. receive
1&
reww.uMa����7Jtf-"
English and American Billiard "I*h
olea, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies Iii
���tock.
R.  H.  CLIBURN
; Phone A2698. P. O. Box lltS
Bowling Aney, Pender 9L,
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. klH��l Vt; ft
! Oil.,    "T.tTOI**.
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DAILY  NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS
7%cg Dale in History.
Pu iliahed by the Dailj   News i'u..-
BahlBg   Company,   Limited,   at
offices,  corner of   S:x:a   and   Front
���Greets, New Westminster, 3. C.
6.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
. :-  ���
FR.DAY. MAY 3. '508.
!
: ���
PROTECTION   FOR   BRITAIN,
lion. Joseph Cham)      tin's pel c. ol
pru:e;tion would ��   m       aave taken
:. .      .  -.        :.r    ..    . ate, if the
defeat ol -1 in Man-
cbest r and th rtual defeat cf Mr
Torae in East Wolverhampton mean
anything.
Th_ Education Act ani the Licensing BUI were no doubt strong factors
against the Government, but it must
be admitted that the strong feeling
aga:_i_i tae C: lain policy of pro-
Cectioa    because   tie    British    ; .
mind  was  not  fully  alive  as  to    its
necessity    ani    possibilities,    .*  .:.     I
with the fact that outside of    some
centr. s the commerce of Groat Bri*
was iroomed  and the   pinch    of
falling off of the me "a", trr.de; was not
leit seriously in the other lines
commerce.
But the financial Btringenc*   ��� 0
ine   practically    the   whole    civil!;   .
world  was  boua 1  to have some   influence   ou    I _.-._-.. and
what she    coul J    have    produ. :
manufactured within the British Is]
has, by the panic struck   people    of
other lands,   been  dumped   into    the
British  home market    and    sold    at
prices little above those of raw material, so that the mills and manufactories in other lines were brought to
...  .- alike with tue metal trades and
the general  business of    the    county
slumped.
The nullity    of Mr.    Chamberlain's
campaign,  and  the    hopelessness    of
seeing his po.: .   adopt . In hla lifetime, would sreem to have turned, so
that early fruition of his labors is one
of the possibilities  we  may look  for,
and the aged statesman may yet rejoice .:-.   soWn?  the    commerce    and
bade of his beloved country put upon
.. .-und and sane basis as the resulting caps-tone  of his  brilliant   career.
There can be no doubt as to the re-
turn ol the Unionists to power and it
is  unfortunate in some respects that
the Asquith   Minis*.-.-   v.::.   not    have
time to do anything or indicate what
i*.   rally  could  do  in   iirecting    the
- s a
MAY 8.
Siege of u..--..-.- .. andoned,
.-������ ��� -Le **?j_   ol    Ui] Bias,
born. D.e-j  Nov.  17,  17_7.
-���Battle of Sulli.      - Island, S.C.
!7!*4���L".   S.   post office    depttrtment
established by congress:
Bona; ar ;  at  St. Jean
D Arc.
Robert Morris, the financier of
.":on. died
in     Philadei, - a.      Born     in;
Liverpool. .Ian. 20, 1731.
13���Americans      evacuated      York,
Canad.;. after  setting  fire  to
the city.
51���Saltan of Turkey gave a banquet in honor of the Emperor
Napoleon.
.3���John  Stuart    Mill   died.    Born
May 20,  I80fi
":
���**
All mem;ers of lodges 1150 ani
1693, L. O. L and visiting Orangemen, are requested to meet at the
Orange hall tomorrow afternoon at l
o'clock, in order to attend the funeral
of the late Brother Robert Bowell.
The funeral will take place at 2 p.m.
E.  W.  COOK,
Master 15.3. L. 0.  I_
R. G   PATTERSON*.
Master 1150, L. O. I.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Building Fisheries Cruiser
for  British  Columbia.
Notice to Builders
.
northern
Peary  liscorered th-
coast of Greenland.
* '--The Dominion government took J
over *he defences al    Esoni-
malt
TEXDERS for the erection or" a two
storey frame residence for '). A.
Shiles. Esq., will be received up to 6
p.m.  Wednesday.  May  13th.
Plans and specifications mav be
I seen at ray office, Sixth and Clarkson
The time for receiving tenders for
the British  Columbia Fishery  (':���; -���
��� \*  :. led  from  the First
::      .:.':. Firsl of June m x*.
F. GOFRDEAT".
I -    : j Minister  ���: Ma ine an 1
_prij  ...  :
I WANT
TO BORROW
$600 at 10 per -
ent
NOTICE
reets.
H.   CLOW, Ar
30ats are racing
towar:
DERELICi
N-
^^^^^^       ^^^^^^^^^^^     rl10ri   n;ed   of   sending    your
v., .      ..      .     , ^ders to "The other side."    You  can
 " ' -'U-   T~A teJegran, from new get the best rubber stamps   made
';,;-���-- uner Otter, of good B���m rubbe, on    XT
���     derelict with a broken proved machinery, by expert work
���   * ��� ���   pty-sfc  miles   west    of and '
"ti the wesl   coasi ot  \'an-j
with a part cargo of1     MADE   IN   CANADA
le oil.   The wedther is good." The      Mail  orders filled
steamer Tees left at S p.m. and the ce^ved
same
-lay
���cmen.
re ���
B   '."   Salvage company is sending the
tug  William   folliffe,  its  fastest  sal-
steamer.    There will  be a race
��� tween the two steamers, the C. P.
P.. steamer being forced in the en-
leavor to prevent the salvage boat
from securing the derelict and earning salvage 'rom the company.
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN       .
...  -li   month frou:  th    date hereof
lication    will     ���    mad      to    the
Governor-in-Counci'    un li r    Chapter
115 of the Revised Statutes of Cana 1 <.
i oval of plans of a bridge
instr tcted by the Victoria Ter-
:... Railway    and    Ferry Company
er the S   pentine riv.     in th ��� 1 n*
: the said < ���*������* ���������:.: 'a rallwa   be)
���. ���    i. .���:.- In the Province of
.-h Columbia:  and
��� '. us of a bridge to be con-j
the    Victoria  Vei tn    il ���
Railwav and Ferry Corcranv over th    ���
*
Nicom kl ri* er on the line of th>- aa i *
dlway     -we_n B!ai*.   *-.- I J
'. vers   .'. the -ai: Province of British ���
Columbia    Plan; of^each of thi said *
ridges ������-...    of each    of *
sites thereof have been deposited
Minister of
for a client.
Security-Neat, w<
house, on large lot, in I
New Westminster, B. C,
N
W. J. KER
ew Westminster
R
B.C.
*********H*7*
T'uPPER  NOT TO GO
BEFORE   CONVENTIOi*.
I ".<-u  mo jttimsier oi  Publi    '.'���' rks,
"Bagley  Makes Good Rubber Stamps"    ���:.:   in  the   Lar.:   Registry   Office     ft!
    Xew Westminster, British Colombia.
r_r       aDVfrttwc-      ^�� AU-
1908.
A.   K.   MacNEILL.
Solicitor for the  iVoplIcanta.
���%i
THE
ADVERTISE ^^^^
��� IN ���
DAI   Lv       NEWS
Vancouver, May 7���Sir Charles Hl*.-
-.-- Tapper in a letter to R. W. Holland announces that he will not permit his name to go before the Con-
serva-;-.- r.*~r..:r,_*ing convention for
:- r as to be explained later. He
'. la "'-. * he has abandoned the Idea
of callin? a meeting to consider the
ar-*:on of the Conservative club in
is=;:_._- a written request to
vatives to al stain fram canvassing in
'   v - of any prospective candidates.
COWIJE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
?"���* ���"*���������������****************
HOUSE OF QUALITY
Linen, Colored, Pongee
and White Japanese
Silk Shirts
���������-
Have proven to be superior to al! others :n DURABILITY.  RELIABILITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully Illustrates the
merits of the engines.
eaiar    lura    - PY.S _* ���
Sti The Schaake Machine Works, Lid.  || A��� Si^Q
'       '  r*   ii SOLE   MANUFACTURERS '   ���     *<Vll    OlZ.tC3
FOR OUTING WEAR.
��
Best Quality.
With Combination Coiiar.
SOLE   MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
���     - . : -:::���:    ��_&__
$4.00
WH/   MOT  -rtOriT   FAIR i"
The p< : the    Op-
...:.. L.  P.  B   ��� .<   rise to
a as to how I .
n_en   would   1
them in ] ...
thej* uist
-   -        Wei  Con-
.   :.- ss man of
. -   standing �� sh rep .te, not
enly Tn the sect! - .    co ml y In
:. out also
Uni ighoat tbe Dominion.
.   .   ; .    : - - ���   op-
tent 1         ly I I  __ the ri__e which
he applied to * fin            :" ."Marine
terday?
If a trade rival wen   *      ...-; roach
*..���*'.     the *jwn or
: ���   y   - :   '���.'���:���- yy    '
le to Mr. Taylor's financial
be flrsl man to
-    * ��� .*.*..
h        irtsol : .'
th      Dominion
- ���������        -**-r.
' a man came Into his k>{
. aad liHxed *-        most promin- Sj/
ij    ���  ��� ���   -.      *"-:-.* ���-������'     *?*atement \f\
M
M
I
Hi
rn
ue&s&GiSR�� | J- Eugene Brown & Co.
mi mm ^| * s+% r8 % Clothiers aud Haberdashers
P.   S.���NEW   WIDE   BOW   TIES.
OXFORDS
 or ra
Low Cut Shoes I
1
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B   Bank of Montreal
.1
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ESTABLISHED  lslT.
CAPITAL 11-s.-*^-...
RESERVE      ire:;:-::
will be all the go" this summer. We
know we are now showing the best lines
tnat have ever come to Westminster
and   in   '..
and Mex:
in  al
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland
.N'ew York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A
eral Banking  Business Transacted.      H^^^^
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In rami Ot $1
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum  (present r
four times a y*str.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
V^W  WESTMI.VSTER BRANCH 'i   D   BKV ���''-
.
I the
- ���-���
::��� '.
���v-
George Ta. lor _,a I   .een de-
relic: h. Ids t.    * - -  ���:-      h of official
' Carriage Comj any.    He would
"    '       * -    *   " that man. or his legal
- * b _.*_*:-.--.. uid ask for   an   ex-
Sanation    .And if he did not get the
��� 11 laaation he wo - :       the very first
r.   ��� ���.-.-'���':.     :-; ::���:  done
':. ��� :. ��� ' . - - . come
��� ���_ u> marke baslnesa for rival firms
ivt, what did he do yesterday ?   He
..   le a charge against the 'Au..- .
._._.-:;_������   without  direct knowledge ol
...,:' charge will be blazoti-
: .-.. tt in ail th.- lory newspaper! ol
/J-ir, country today, anj  toj daya    la
���_c_ne; yet, whtn the Minister rose to
*._  explanation,  Mr.  Tayi-r de-
i . ned  to give him the opportunity.
And it was only after Mr    George
. lor���having launched his poisoned
ts, with tlie knowledge that    they
would be used  where they  would do
-   Kood from his political point
ew���had   disappeared    that   the
.::.���*::.tor of Marine had a chance to
eply.
Where then  was Mr. Taylor ?    He
���md -.one home.
That is the *-ort of campaign which
the Conservative party is conducting
in Pirliaraent today.
How would you like it ln your own
��� cainen or in your own private life?���
'Ottawa Free Press.
i g FOR YOUNG FEIL0WS   we have them in
�� SJ        Tan, Ox Blood, Chocolate, Patent Colt and
Vici leathers, made on the new "Sirdar"
^        last, a popular pointed toe shape and a
Kg        beautiful fitter,
ft FOR OLDER HEADS
It
_ we carry the same
goods, only made on broader and wider
toe lasts, shoes that bear every mark of
comfort and good appearance.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If  so, come snd  hav:
amined.      We   make
for testing >our eyes,
guaranteed.
- charge
W. GIFFQRD, Optician
Optical
Parlors   in   T.
Jewelry   Sto-;.
The warm, summer days are   fast approaching and you'll certainly need a pair
-._, J   ot Oxfords:
| Let Us Supply Your Wants
| iiifaglilisatd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster
4\\\W**a\
ftl We have just received
_nV --
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt tlie finest ?e-
lecUon of HIGH - CLA3S
WOOLENS that ever err md
the pond.
\***\
Bj J. N. AITCHISON
ffl Electric 'Blue-Printing
1JLI: <* ny Sim.
fjS       Maps, Charts and Drafting
n\ The  Vancouver   Map and   B'ue-
{h*. Print Company,
pfij 441 Seymour St., ,       Vancouver
*f** WESTMIHSTER OFFICL?
R| H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. R.
I Crescent L!ock
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia  St,  NEW   WFSTMINSTER
PRINTING
CORRECT STILE
MODERATE PRIfE
THE SHOP TBAT SATISFIES
Jackson X Morrison
Located at lielUt
of "Jfiily -tors" KkIi
NEW   WESTMiX.STER
Phone 3S3 FRIDAY.
1AY 8. 1908.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
Pa&e rrvli
���_
CISISIBB    T.H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES I
^^2_l5- ������:S *' ���'"' -~ ^'" '���'"' '^ '������'" '��� '* '��� '^ '* '* ���*' ^ '* ^ ���"*'' '^ '^ -^ ^ ** *' *'C'
���--' '"?'���."-���'
��?
Great Price Benefits in
Summer Wearables   I
$20.00 TAILORED I
SUITS
FOR
$10.00
" ':' ��� ��� ��� ��� : often i    tors
������'������n- ���      flays.    Si
'���'������* ���* : edented op-
portun .      suits.   A, special
sho**. Ing window
                               -���'"��� 5 : :i i ol what tbey are
line of exclusive eJeganl suits   .. ... a         colors, tv  -
.  two tone effects.    This  collection offers   a   variety  thai
delightful choosing to the woman looking for a new suit of
ordinary merit.   Regular price $17.50 .and $20.00.   Sattirdaj
 ��� $10.00
an
_
New Millinery
Attractions
Super!   little creations oven though
so smi II priced���in fact   our   expert
millir.'      style   is a very   observant
I   these popular hats.    Little
��� i< ties and trimming   methods
in  Paris and  New  Vork are
:. thi
$4,50 Hats, fresh as the ^^^^^^^
morning dew, ready for choosing Saturday, $4.50
Trimmed dress huts, flowers,  ribbon and foliage, resulting   in
style and individuality very different  from the ordinarj1.    Each $-..50
New  Long
I Kid Gloves
. Ibow length kid gloves
famous    makers    we
two and three but-
i ime; all colors. Price,
 $3X0
New Suede and Inilressed
hli) (iLOVES
A full range of short Buede
an i iindr ssed gloves; all
colors; a,nice llghl weight for
summer wi at . guaranti ed. ivr
pair $1.50
j The Great Silk Sale Starts To-Day
Remember Smith's big 45c"'s!lk sale today and tomorrow.   EVery-
on-  who knows and appreciates values  should throng    this    popular
A Btore todav.
T. H. SMITH
Home of thi; Hat Beautiful
THE STORE VALUE BUILT
i me,
������'���%**&��*&&'*:*
CITY NEWS
���    : ins pine  apple   for 25c  at      Reniember   the   shoe   sale   at   K.
Kyle & Sons. ���*! Stevenson's.shoe house, Bei di
Opposite Windsor hotel.
Judge  ill-am   will  sit  at the    court
i   in county conn chambers    "v"'
morning.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The Enteral of the late Mr. R.
Bowell will lake place from the reel-
denoe of the Rev. .1. P. Boweii, corher
sixth avenue and Eighth btreet, al
2   i in.. Saturday, May 9th.
Asiatic Exclusion League
OF   NK.Y   WESTMINISTER.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
EAT
at the
Astor Grill
The   mos!   convincing  argument  in
favor of    "B.  C." and    "OU
Is the cigar Itself.
Sport"
* *
G orge    Calbeck. of    this    city,  is
���i few day. in Nanaimo visiting rei itlves.
J. ll. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and
land surveyor, has opened an of
n the Gulchon block. Phone 338. *
B 278,   Royal C tj   i leaning
l  Dyeing Works, opposite   Premier
hotel. **
this      Mrs. ,i.   li.  T.i.id. accompanied by
M rs.   ,1.  Wise, left "Wednesday even-
I ing  for Portland,   where    they    will
spend a month visiting friends.
Small house (now) on fully cleared
lot;   with  magnificent  view  of    river
Mid surrounding country;   near    Sap-
j perton car line; only $700.   Abbott &
I!, ile. *���
This afternoon delegates from every
part of ihe Westminster district of
the Methodist church will be present
to attend the annual meeting of the
district in S.ppcrton church.
The Regular Monthly Meeting
will be held
Friday fiv'fj, May 8
at 8 o'clock,
IN    THE
tAGLES'    HALL
t vening a meeting of the Foot-
lub will be held at Ryall's store
to closi   up the business of the    past   concert
season.     All "members   am   requested
to attend.
: ear    Miss    Burns   at   Columbian!
Methodisl   college tonight    The college girls arc presenting a first class]
To dispute the
"Brlllante" cigar.. ;..
vain,-, of quality.
superiority    of,
to  question  the
Owing to several of the players being booked for a place on the eompet-
'lu lacrosse teams lasi evening, ihe
basi ball match between the Columbian college and the Sapperton nines
was called off.
Two pound tin orange marmalade
for 25c at Kyle & Sons. **
Our offer to exchange old Victor records for new ones holds good for a
short time only. J. H. Todd, music
siore, Columbia street. **
At S o'clock this evening the
painters baseball team will meet at.
i. Hudson's store on Sixth street. The
chief busmess before the. meeting will
he the selection of colors for the
team. All members are requested to
endeavor to bo present.
The local btam h of thi    Canadian I
Order of Chosen i i tends held a social
al their reg ilai  mee Ing lasl ..vening.
a mosl  pleasant time being spent, the
lodge  orchestra giving  a program  of,
excellent selections.
OENERAL  BUSINESS.
And members are invited to i;ring
up for discussion any matters within
the scope of the objects of the league,
All interested are invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
... P. TAYLOR. Seen tary.
HAMS at
18c. per |b-
THE
The  Largest and  Finest  Equipped   Cafe    In    Western   Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon BOl-ved from 11:80 a.
m. to 2 p. rh., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from fi :30
to  8   p.   in.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
Manager.
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.
A dance is scheduled for this even-i
'ng at the new hall at Millside. The'
first dance was held there last Fri-1
day-evening and was largely attended,l Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
Central Meat Market w. in. Draper
many of the citizens of Westminster!
spending  the evening    at    the    mill
town.
At midnight the firemen of No. 1
hall were called from their beds to
answer a call in Chinatown, where
the sleeping Celestials had been
aroused by a blazing chimney. Chemi-;
cal from the Babcocks was sufficient
to remedy the trouble and in half an
hour all was again quiet.
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ehard Block. New Westminster, B. C
A scratch ,cricket match has been'
arranged for Saturday afternoon at!
Moody  square, when  all  members ofi
 (the club are requested to be present. ]
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds ofl Alter the ganve, the team which is to]'
���ding and vegetable plants, Davies &   meet   the  Victorias  here next Satur-!
day will be picked.    Outsiders attend-'
ing tlie game Saturday and wishing to
join  the  club  are  requested  to  make
themselves acquainted with the man-1
agement.    Play  will commence sharp
at 2 o'clock.
Son.   Telephone B208.
Twenty-five residents of chilliwack
yesterday   Initiated   into    the
'anadlan Order of   Chosen    Friends.
Organizer J. \v. Mallett having been
: worh In thai district tor some time.
Meetings of the Chilliwack lodge will
o held I wico a inonth.
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1   HAVE   YOU   SEEN   IT?        WHAT?
t Why, Lee's New Furniture Store, of course
Y We ate rapidly getting it in shape and when completed we hope
to have 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
great r things in our new, and give our customers the best goods, the
low i - 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 anrl inspect our store and stock. Every
person welcome.
The
trade fi
nils it
both
satisfactory
ai
11 profitable
to sell
"B, C
." and
"Old
s
port"
cigars.
*���
All
kinds of
annuals  at
Tidy's,
the
ii.
Hi.-:.
Phone
184.
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���������������
The Westminster Realty and Employment Agency has now been taken
over by Messrs. Rose, Sinclair &
rhilpoi, who are prepared to supply
all employers of labor any help, male.
or female, they may require. Men
wanted al all time- to fill positions. **
This evening a special meeHhg of
On Saturday afternoon members of, ;]](, (,Hv C0|incil .vi], ,)o h(?](- fo]. the
the local ni.l.tia companies will In- ��-������,(,,,., ,ltion of ;l number of matters
dulge in rille shooting ..t the range ���..lt l).u.|) bee- ho]d jn abeyancB, It
across the river. All parties intend- ,_ exjmcted tI,at 1hp representatives
Ing lo lake pari In the shoot are rj. o�� ,,,��� ..,,_. gag company am, th<? rep.
quested  to  apply  for arms  and__nn- j regentative of the. opposing party will
present   to  state   their   claims   to
LEE'S
OPP.   LORNE   STREET^
Furniture Emporium
UEE'S BLOCK '
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B.  C.
munltli
Ing.
m al
the
drill
shed
this
ovou-
Look
at
the
nil.  0
f   P.
Peehl
es   iu
this  moriili
ig's I
s. ue.
. *
A com-il will he given in Queen's]
avenue Method si chinch on Friday
next, iimler the auspices of the young
men of the Epworth league, thc enter.
talnmenl commencing at s o'clock. An
excellent program has heen arranged)
including vocal and Instrumental
selections.
Four' pounds   Inpioca  and   sai:
25q at Kyle &   Sons.
for
�� #
KEEP IN TOUCH
With the New Ones j
The  ruin ial of    Hie   into    Robert!
Bowell, who was killed at hi.; farm on
Iho  Port  Moody  mail  on  Wednesday,
will take place   tomorrow   afternoon
from the residence of Rev. .1. P.
Lowell,   Eighth   street,  a'   2   ct'oloch
The. funeral  will  be cnniiili'led  by thai
Orangemen of the city, of which order
the deceased was a prominent mem-
her. The Orangemen meet at the hall
ai 1 o'clork to attend the fune.ral.
^4\^
the council. It Is also probable that
Joseph Martin, K.C.. will meet the
council in order to discus., the selling
of liquor by clubs in the city.
Tho oarpehters union met last evening to consider the case of a num. or
of union men who were working below tlie union scale of wages, ou the
new Cunningham block, Sixth street.
These men have been working on permits, imi the meeting last night ae-
cided to camel these and the*** nTPn
wery Instructed to leave the job unless Hi" .'lie lute rate of pay was
granted. Moil of the men Immediately
agreed.
Two package! While Swan snap and
one :i-li. package White Swan washing powder I'm* 50c at Kyle & Sons. **
The attention of the News has
several times been called to the condition of Ihe basin west of Oiltey's'
new wharf, which Is now being
dredged out. All manner of rubbish
has ibeen permitted to ftactntfCntte
there, old boats, portions of logs, and
even dead animals,    Tho nostrils    of'
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j 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 ?
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Flione 92.
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Bring your old Victor gramophone!
records to he exchanged for new ones I    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
at .1.   II.   Todd's music store, Colum-1 many who have occasion to miss that
stn-i-t. _____T
We just opened a lot of new
Oxfords to-day. See them
in our show window tonight. We have them in Patents, Gun Metal, Vici and
White Canvas.    :    :    :    ���
!
W. E. SINCLAIR!
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THS RELIABLE SHOE MAN
Hew. J. 3. Henderson officiated yesterday evening at a quiet Wi ddlug at
the  residence  of T.   II.   Smith,  win n
William Lyle and Miss Lucy Mender-:
son  were  made  man  and  wife.    The(
groom ���,-.-.������ i supported by B. W. Smith,!
whk-e   Miss   i;ibe;i   Sharkey   attended
the    _r 1 ���.      After    partaking   of    a
la 0 .'������    supper,    the    newly    wedded
cou|de   left   for     Vancouver,     whence
the- will start on a tour of the sound
cities. ,
For $150 down    and    the    balance;
($1300)   payable  $1..   pe.r month  you
��� i y secure a comfortabla flre room
������������,; he-1   house   with   good    garden,'
��� ��� la I  ��� three SiorreS,   This p operty
s .lose to the car line, ls in good re-j
���������-.':���  a i���'.   a*"ov'.   an  opportunity,  not
:   o in���!, to buy a ronvenifnt cosy(
n    ��� on tho easiest of terms.   White
& Shiles  260 Columbia street, city. ������
wav have been daily offended by this
refuse, but the scavenger appears to
have failed to discover this breeding
place of disease.
T|,r.  pensions of the Farifk Kreds.
a I  present in convention in this city,
are  being  largely  attended    hy    adherents of the Lutheran church, meetings being held daily in St. Paul's Reformed   Kpiscopal church    and    also
across the river.   The subject of d's-
eussion yesterday was "Thy Kingdom
(""���nme." several of the most prominent
fpeakers in attendance taking part In'
th.   debates.   Tomorrow afternoon a_t<
many of fhe dele-rates as can spare j
the time will takt. part In an ex.irs.o.n |
un river,   e.sollne  launches  for    the I
trip  being supplied  hy members    of|
the local Lutheran rhuroh.   On S->inr. !
day evening a mass meeting w'H   he,
held either In St. Paul's church or In j
the Odd Fellow, hal'    Tha enf-'-e'ice
till plow on Sunday.
HAVE YOU INSUrt���D THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES Ol* vOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNSOVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP AS OTHERS
HAVE  DONE.
MORAL:    DO IT NOW.
I INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRlD^v
MAY
Strange Rites In  Burial.
When Lao;.* Florence Pa^et married the _____mmi of Hastings, she
enterei a family whicij has observed
���one rather unusual rites in the
l..- _ ' : :t_ <_>._,:. Her own funeral
;.-. the churchvard at Grendon was
<-.
_*:   * r.    :.r..r._... in accordance
��.:. the traditions of her own family ani that of her second husband,
S.r t.ieorge Chetwynd. But her aster- D-law :-*���' her first marriage, the
Countess of Loudon, had her hand
cut oS and b tie i separate ly from
thc rest of her bodj. "I bide rnv
." .- the Legend over that hand's
���:. And her nephew bv her
:":-. marriase. the late Marquis of
Bate,    -- tombs,  the one in
..." rests at home
.       - -    rhfch   contains   hi?
ia   Palestine,   on   the   spot      J.
tri ���   ���   1  ������  and his daughter
are noi  ���__*-"*  v_si*H**��*
D-sq_a"*ied.
Although Mrs. Harlow loved herbs*
band      . admired what she considered
hla gc   _ ������ tuts, It was a sever en ting
_c-.������������ of sa-az-raent to her tbat ...
had een *__mcb to fill the office of
:.. .-   r for three successive terra.
"Everybody know-; Ldw much I
t_..-.'_. of James." she said In a daxed
way to one of her husband's cons.as.
"I always said a__d always should s_y
tin L>.; as ?��d as ?i-M B:: .1 ***; . ..
:e~~a.e wi-eta?.* 1- 11 tt������: j ____*- v 1.
"Scoter bl^iaad- wnf 1.-^^ ���-*.-".��
toys tbat -'*~a7*r*> gag .-^ J-'-'-1
thee and wh.. su.. thing"! conld ._'"
olives if I'd only try bi It for sD... .
pos.t. .u wfrrall ^ caa''sXy Si don't.'*
-Tooth'sComMiiion -��==.-
-- : s_a
���*-" A Ching* 'p^VtT Pore.gne-t.
.- TtC fi>Tcw "-" ii a f^uite ra^-iem Chinese .once; uo.*^, of tie foreigners'
tre_Tm?nt of tafect-ooa cases: "II aa
er :_�����_.:* brcke cut two foreigners :;-ok
the stck away and put them tn a little
room, -trashed them wiib ;.___ water
and then locked them cp so that do one
^,_.i_��_* _S-ss> I pg���0��� *!?���*��� -fl***?
rr....: sost. d-e aa_ _.���_. prt-I.-.te the
&;*���_��*���. W*;.-m tu_ oil.; ir.a _rri;'at cry
and weep, but the fafAtgwgf * 1 lM _.,.
dr. * "'_���_--* away "ith sttebs, for until
its , ... ate MM see those faces
_.- Better f r aii ot us to jump late the se- thaa sotandt to this."���
Booth C=^i�� POat
Progress Brand Garments are designed
by one of the highest priced artists in
the country, and made by the best paid
tailors in Canada.
Xo wonder Progreiss Brand Clothing
looks so well and holds its shape so long!
Progress Brand
Clothing
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
WE want your'Grocery orders.    We want to give you
satisfaction.     We want to give you goods at fair
prices.   Xote these prices for to-day's selling :
Corn Starch       ' ���    Seeded  Raisins
3    Pks.   for    25c I j 16-01. Pks..   3 for 25c |
Taylor's Cleanser
3  tins for  25c
Wheat Hakes
in bulk, S lbs. 25c
Antiquit/ _���' ��n Old Tune.
VT-jAK Napoleon's i.-__.v t_. in E_rp.
tn  '.'.        r.l  *a-  r.ii  s:r-_c_: up  the
* - in  ::__- ind   -  se: t^ the
song "We "Won't Go Hnme Till Mora-
.i-- - effc I cn the Bedwrtrti ivaj
e. *.-.*;. Tbe; ieej-e-i and shoated
srd I D_ ��� I KM __.:*:.-r delU'-OUSty.
1 -.-���*�����i iii: t'lej -*v.:-re :>*._.:_.!_
:*���-...--: a 1 ra>: : .; *;!ar ~yi~r- o*
ttt.r -.*���:-���'... It is :_.:������_=_.. that tha
t.: - - - ;: i?..*. X'j Zzzri? froai tbe
Ca.-i* .o_:tl_:e2t In tbe eleventh eeaturj
It >_-.�� rrqmdaf ���Bt Jscei!* G*7_?rt��
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B   B   WAJ_KER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Manager
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmera for   their banking  business.    Sa et   Notes
casl-.-   c- taken   for coilect.cn.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposit!    __ay be rr:a_e or withdrawn obj xail.
L'-j.-of���".���:;-_. a .counts  receive every a tention.
NE^\' WESTMI.N'STER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON. M___M��r
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field [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 Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
^
���yncps.s     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
t
Any even _.__���_.ered section of Do-'
ccinion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch-
ewan and Alberta, excepting . and 21.,
aot reservc-d, may be hornes'.eaded by
roy ; e.-son who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
tl d ol i-.��� acres, more or leaa.
Ap^'iica'aion   for   e*_*.:;-     must     be
     .:.  person   by  the  a;-;iicant  at
a   :    *.. :.    :.   ...._. is  Au<���:. ;.     or    s _b-
_-������:.      :' r the district  in which lhe
and Is _.:_.ite.   En:.-        proxy may,
ever,   be made  at  an  aeency  on
in conditio:.- e father, m-xn-
- a, daughi.r.        ther or sister of
an intending hcim^s:-a ier.
.  - iii. :..---���-:.-..- ..-       ifred to perform the b mestead lodes under one
��� ioi.owing plaju>'
: ���    A: ieas: six months1 .���-iience
_.   a  and   cultivation  of  the land   Id
. ��� -.*  for three  years.
i.'i   A homesteader pwy, if be so
s,   :��rform  the    required    rr.-i-
decce   Intie5   .;.-   living   oa    far_rufl.2
..-.:.. owned   solely   b*.*   him.  not  less'
than eighty  (80) acres   ��� extent, in
I "   '������"���"-' Wj horn-_-vad    Join.
Ownership in land *i!' hoi i__<?et this,
. remenr.
U ibe faintr (or mother, if the
ber ia ieceaaed) of a homesteader
cas permanent residenc-e on  far:., a-
land owned  soiely  by  him.  no:   ie=s
than  eighty  (vi"   acres  in exter.*    In
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon  a hcmestejft  entered   for br  him
.:.*.;���. such homestea-ler may
-. :'��� :_n his o**:.  r-.-ience dntles   by
living with the father  'Or mother),
'li The term * vicinity"' in the two
:.- ���..:.- -..-asraijhs is defined as
raeaning aot more than nine miles in
i Urect ime. e-i'-lusivc r,' the width
-iiii . ranee* rossed In the
meai*.:_:..- nt
������"���'   .-\  homesteader   Intend   5    tc.
'er'orni   Lis   re.ii^nce   duties   ia   ac-
.:. -  with the a.ove while living*
. . ���:.-.-        :. I inning Uu_4 own-
hin_ vi: a. .-.; ho II>  'he agent'
.' .  the   lisi let Ol sjch Intention.
Six -... -.-   -   notice ia writing must j
ce given to tho Commissioner of Dominion Land* at Ottawa, of intention ;
to a{'p!y for pa*-
W. W.  COP.Y.
.........    . .... -\[in;s,tr 0f fae interior.
N. B.��� L'nautnorlze" p'Jal'cation if
.his  advertisement  will   not  be  paid
for.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the unde.--signed, and endorsed "Tea-
der for alterations to the Post Officii.: na-v V. t. ri.i. B. C," wiil be r.
ceived at this office until Wednesdt.,
Apr.l 22, 19 v InclnaiTely, for the co..
struction of the alterations to the Po.t
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification tan be Bean
and forms of tender obtained at tb._
Department and on amplication to ".V .-
iiam Henderson. Esq., Resident Arch.-
tect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will not be considered nnle
made on the printed  f�� .*":.-.    - .
and s.ai:..i  with  ta-eir  ac* ial    aign.
I 01 -
E    ii   tender must  Le  ace ::..:
-   '   .        ;ue on a charte
ink, 1 le I   Tae order Ol I
Honor... it   the   Minister   ol    V.
-. equal to tea per cent
;:..ount of  the  tender.  ���������
e forfeited if the person t��)
a--   !-.-cline to enter  into a cor.*
��� ..... :   .;-on to do so, or ',.-..
complete the work contracted for    If
the tender be not accepte I thi
irill be retnrni
The Departm a*  ioes not bind its
lo accept the lowest or any render.
By order.
FRED. GELWA8,
__-���._. Seer-.* -.
Department of Pu'.lic Works,
' Ottawa. March 1., 190��.
New- ?.: en *'. ie aot be     '. tor th -.
advertisera--:.: If thej  Insert it ***"" thont
author-;,  from tbe Department.
IV regular -; ..      . ;.'- &-.
��e held in ;-i?,
-;a  stre^-*   ... .;.
-'- -' '- '- ' '���' 1st
K3*i&Zi " fe
*V   la ''::.e-a
Una
day    m     e-.
brethren
Lodge roon
teQows   -.
        	
COURT BRUNETtTTT" " ~-
-Meets the 1 :'^ lo.f.
month   -*   ��� In --t'
- ��*_
COURT ROYAL C
A.   O.   F.��� ~-
thia Lodge    ,
���nd F' .--.-.
���ttp.11
FRATERNAL r'7T~
- ~ --ES,
THE   ROYAL   TEW
PERANCE
at  .  o'cl
.*. _ .
la]
ION3 OF SCC-.- . - I
60CIATI0N, LORD OF THC iii 1*
camp. ,9-._ : ; 5-es!
Ttiri   T ..- - -; ' '
E. cf P. hall
���  O.  0. F._R_,3
���Meets   in   Oi lVjli
um:ia Street   ��� .... ,,
at . o'ciock.   v 1 ^.r. ... .i
te made wei
N. G.:  C. E
:ai secretary
TENDERS
FOSE   OF   COLUVE _ --jE  *
115.  SONS  OF   ENGU ID 8 S    !
Re..i p.ose De?-��� -. 1    ,    ~':
Four-.h Wednesda.    ' ��� ���'���"-'
In K. of P. Hal ji"}. 1
8 p. au, White R r. \.A
Wednesday    In   eacl : ^me|
time and pli
Rb lot 11 and the north half of iot 10,
block A. Government Office Gardens.
New Westminster City.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above pi pertj will be issued to
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day
of May, lit08, unless in the meantime
i vaiid Objection thereto be made to, Fisheries up to the First Day of .May
m* in wri-ing by a person or persons, next and at tbe agency of the Depart-
TE.NDERS ad..- --��� i to the ua . :-
signed a; Otta. ��� . ��� n ��� a  - -
and marked on the envelopes   7
for New Cruiser for British Colum- r-.
ail] be received up to the
FIRST DAY OP MAY NEXT,
ior the t-onftruction <>f a twin  screw-
steel  oniaer for _.-..-.������      ���  act
-���:..,.? 'p. ;���:.- t:=h Colun.  La a   U   -,    ;'
the   to-lowing    leading    diineni
namely    length   over   ail    ." ���    feet,
breadth of beam moulded    3 fee.
depth from top of k������ I (
beams at side 17 f.   *   ..:. 1       -
livered at Vic*or:a. B. C.
Pians    aad   specifications   oi   this
steamer  can   be seen  at  the D.
ment of Marine, and ������*"���- . *tawa,
at the offices of the Collector. 1 Cns-
toms at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
wood, .Midland, Vancouver and 8* .
ney, N. S��� and at the agencies of the
Department of Marine and Fisher- - a*
-Montreal, Quebec, St. John. N B .
Halifax. N. S., and Cnarlottvtcwn. P.
EI.
The same plans and pedflcal ns
can te procured by application from
the    Department     of     Marine     and
OTHER     FRATER'.i. :"-"- E'E5.
In . . 1    the " A.|
F. arj A. M.: King -
No. 17, A. P. aad
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claiming aa estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  Office,   .New  Westminster, B.C., April S, 1908.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following tide deeds relating to the said
pro;��_rty are requested to deliver rhe
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1&..7. New \y_e_t-
minster City to J Wilson, conveyance
in fee.
(b) tth August, 1888, J. Wilson to
T. R. Mclnnya, conveyance in fee.
(c) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes to Florence Blanchar] Bole,
conveyance in fee.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
Bank of Commerce Building.
ment of   Marine  and   Fisheries,  Victoria, B- C.
Each tender must oe accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque will be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a
contract with the Department or fails
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper wil] be considered.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid.
F. GOURDEAU.
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries.
Ottawa.  Canada.  14th  March.  IMS
MARTIN.  WEART  &:  ..   . \
Harr:_:or;, .   .. It :-  ��� -'-���-.
New Westminster, Trapi  I ���'l,'\
Cla.ckson and  Lome strei '   ���
ver. rooms 21, 24. 4.5 Gran. -J
Joseph -Martin. K. C, J ��� '���'-vj
G. McQuarrie,   H.  A. M
Mart-.n   wil  be  in    ths   Wei
offices every Friday after
GEORGE E MARTIN. Barrister��4
Solicitor, Guichon block, t *\
tla and McKenzie streets Sea >. ���?��.���[
minster, B. C 	
.*. MYERS GRAY, Bar.- ����*�� & lie��*l
snd Notary Public. i> -jraeUes tiiic*.
1.91 at .New Westm*--'-3' pc     '
Bce3 removed to Oftti I yi'\
son   street, oppoaite   ���'   "" ;"    "I
P.O   Box 169.   Tele;":.
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Solicitor, etc. Crescenl    * 'j
Columbia     aa!     V. K"=::'
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Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rai. route between all
points east, west and south fo Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
,.     ,--.,. 1 Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45, j 4 jj. Co.
laf*A**PH IS    '    IS
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek point*
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage ��*iily for Repuhlic
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster    10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:26, 19:35.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 n.m
P-m.
streets, New Westaiia.
BOARD  OF TRADE-N * .
ster Board of Tr.! "1
Board Room, City Hall "j
Third    Thursday   of   ��� : J
Quarterly   meetings   ^   th�� '���** _j
Thursday    of    febrasry, U^J
August and  .November   st I '- "j
Annual    meetings    on   th< '"J
Thursday    of    Februai
members    may    be   |     *
elected at any monthly   *"
meeting.    A. E. White, 8��
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till V d. m. ��� 1901.   V
Lv. Vancouver ror  Weatminater nt | Leave
same heura- [  9.20 am
V..  W.  &  Y-VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8_g�� a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GTJICHON
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon t p m.
Leave Guichon 6 a  m. arrive New '
.New Westminster S:.o a. m-
Mondays, Wedneadtya and Fridays
12.25 p.m.
040 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 p.m.
.. Rossland  4.10 p.m.
,. .Nelson  6.45 p.m
H  A. TACKSON
tr       ADVERT'SE       *����
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALAIJM  BOXKH
5���.Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T*nth ^
8���Royal avenue ani I'���
9���Fifth avenue and twelf"
12���St.  Mary's Hospi'-!-
13_SecQnd and Part ",;*
14���Columbia and  Dnfleri*
15���Sapi>erton
23���Quwns  avenue ��" '  "^'
24���--.rd avenue aDd ft
05���Fifth avo,��ue and v
26���Fifth avenue ��nd R '"���["
27���Third avenue ani Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34-Srh.*.*.k-e Machine Wot
35���Columbia and McKenr!��
36���C.P.R  Station. MAY 8
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
-**A._-__  SEVEN     "*
������There is no time like the present    :. an 0
Intend Building?
Id saying  but more espe.ia
txtent.    it is. howeververy quest.cn,ble if |t will remain so much       P
J,,,,   DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices go up again.
Of course you will have to procure , lot and this is where WE CAN B
of dou.t the most desirable property ir the City of New Westminster WE
prospective purchasers  BUT   IN  THE  VERY HEART OFTHE BEST RESI
,t is situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains.   You ������ also see all the LACRO
m_.-.'_   . u_rv  lot  fac.Gtz  nn   a  A.:... -,   _*  .   .
where
N
early every lot faces on a 66-foot street   and  has   a  lane   at
the
        "aaa.        aa       . C. I I c ai IMC
|(one iot Is too small for your purpose; you can take two or three and have
the prices
of which are absurdedly low. ember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
ly 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 SECTIQN  OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
rear Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as ybu 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
fo URTH    /lL/�� Af'UE .
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A. W.  McLeod
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Sold
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120
W. G. McQuarrie
Soldi
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13.0
Emory    Street
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.   EASY TERM9 CAN BE ARRANGED.
.
ALSO
e�����r.h Avenue between Pine and Third  Sts.   Houae is seven roomed with modern Improvements.
t��ix lots and a house facing fou rtn Hvcnu. nsfcvi
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price $1200.
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Board  sr.d   Ball Trick.
Get tlie cover of rcigai* box or
-ny other thin board about five
inches Ion:,' and out two small holos
in it. Then arrange the stringB ani
balls shown in the diagram.
The trick is how to get the large
ball of! the string without untying
it or removing anv of the smaller
balls.
Push the ball close up to the right
hand hole and pull the right loop of
</��*
the string as far toward the left
hand hole oa it will come. Then
pass the loon through the hole and
over the Left ball, as indicated in
the second diagram. This will cause
the two loop, tn separate, and theD
the ball will come off with ease.
Reversing life up.'ration, you can
easily put the ball back into its
irigina! position. ��� Columbus Dis
patch.
A Church  For Children Only.
The Rev. Henry A. King of tlie
Oakley Avenue M. E. charch, Kan-
las City, proposes to start a church
lor children only. He wishes them
to take the part of the official
board, the organizer.-,
ind the congregation.
the ushers
Politeness to Foreigners.
From Europe.  As!:, and Africa, .f-
From North ami Soith America,
These nami's of places come to rj��
To teach me my sejeraphy.
And so It'., no more than pollt*
To put my playthings out of sight
And for a moment slv . my mind
T�� vUlton who or* so kind.
���Washington st_>
Much Law, Poor Case.
Among lawyers there Is a saying
that In ttie trial of a ease an attorney
If light on facts must be heavy on law.
The other day ac attorney was preparing to leave his office ia one of the big
office buildings to go to the courthouse
to try a case. From the shelves of hla
I library he had taken many large law
I books containing decisions and opinions of higher courts. At Intervals a
boy went ln and out of the door, and
each time he bore Jo his arms a stack
of the books, which he carried to an
express wagon that stood ln the street
below. The attorney was to use the
books ln the courtroom. Another lawyer, who is of southern birth and who
always addresses his friends with
some army title, watched the boy as ht
went in and out carrying tbe law
books. Then he dug his hands deep
into his trousers pockets and said to
the lawyer:
"Well, Ah'U swenh, kunnel, you must
have no case at till."���Kansas City
Times.
NOTICE
Front Street
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
i-
Ma.l Service
D_-piU
R. train at S.tt
ta.
piapatched l>>   B. C.
Co., 7:4.". .i. 'a.:
Vancouver,  No.  I, dallyexceptSun-
days.   Return mail recelv*rt W a.m.
Dispatched by O.N.K. rraln. 8.45 a.m.i
Nicomekl,  Port KelK
Electric rallwaj l at   ff.80   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
tied hy  C.  P
**- '" ���; close 8 a
J-Wuw and Seattle, via Huntingdon.' ���"'almere " Hall's    Pralrle<    n��nar'
|��5 Blaine  and  S-attie  (all point.
Mlllsi!l"  No.   1,   dally   except  Sun-   in   Washington   and   south,    also   .n.
and Sal unlays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynebead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. ni.*.
Vancouver No.  2;   Victoria,  No. 1;
ay;  Bappwton  No,  1,  dally exet-Dt
winday
Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.   cept Sunday
,  ,.,     ,,,. ,     dauy ex-! Central   Park,   dally   except. Sunday.
points in ���***������ mall. rece)ved   Return mail received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return malls received ��*. 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*i"'0 noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tins-
days and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. It noat 1*30 p.m.
dally   (closes dally at the  same
time during winter tnoTiths:
Ladner,    Westham.   Island,    Port
Qulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. daily
except Sunday. Return mails received trom 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satui*-
day. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays. '
Burnaby lake. Return mail t<
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G N. Fyier, 4 tt. m.:
To southern poluta, dally exoep'
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
li.    I rlt  MATT6R   VP   TH*   ..AIL,-
WAY ACT, and in ahe matter ot tli*.
Vancouver, VvesanmBter auu iukuu
Hallway Compa.iy aud ot uie Vancouver, VlCtC;r��ft ftutl ..asieru Railway auJ Navigation Cotaypay,
NOTICE IS HEREBY ii_V__N that
'.uler the provisions ot Section j61 oi.
the Railway Act, an application will
a.e maae to the Board ot" ita.lwa., Commissioners for Canada, at tbe Court
Room of said Commissioners, at the
City of Ottawa, at eleven o'clock In
the forenoon, on TUESDAY', t'ne 12th
day ol May, A.D. 1908, for a recommendation to the Governor in Council
for the sanction of a certain agreement dated tho 2t!th day oi March,
A.D. 1808, made between the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon R^l-
way Company of the one i.aj*t, and
the Vancouver, Victoria and .-JEiastern
Railway and Navigation Company of
the other part, providing for the sale
tiy tho Vancouver, Weatnlinstdr and
Yukon Railway Company to and t'he
purchase by the Vancouver, Victoria
and Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company from the said the Vancouvei, Westminster and Yukon _iailway
Company, of all that portion of the
undertaking and propertiies of the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
Railway Company, consisting of the
line of railway in the City of Vancouver described ln said agreement And
from the City of Vancouver to the City
of New Westminster, and in the City
of New Westminster, and all 1 lines of
railway connecting It with the bridge
over the Fraser river at New Westminster, and all rights arising out of
any order of the Board of Railway
Commissioners for Canada, pertialn-
Ing 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 t'he said
lines of railway or any of them.
DATED this 27th    day   of March,
A.D.   1908,
JAMES JEFFREY,
Secretary of the    Vancouv-er,    Weat-
minster nn.l   Yukon Railway Company.
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'"'"DAY. MAYS
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Epg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
GOVERNOR OF THE YUKON
ON HIS WAY TO OTTAWA
Alex.    Henderson    Speaks     of    Good
Prospects in Land of Buried Gold
���Political   Pot   Will   Boil.
MAYDAY
Picture Post Cards
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
F.   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG   STORE,
lime in the city yesterday, calling up-j J- G- GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
Lieut-Governor Alex. Henderson,
of the Yukon, who has been on the
coast for the past few days, leaves
'.his morning for Ottawa, where be
will spend some time before returning north.    .Mr.Henderson spent some
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is lhe cheape_t
in the end.
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OOKSLEY'S
facial, 6calp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
P'or engagement ring uo A 339.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
U LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
on a number of old friends. In speaking to the News' on conditions in the
land of gold and ice, the visitor expressed his unbounded confidence in
the result of the coming season, prospects being exceptionallv bright for a
good year with the mining men.
Politically,  the   Yukon  would  be  a
warm spot   when the Dominion elections  come along, as two candidates
would be in the field, Dr. Thompson,
the sitting member who was sent to
Ottawa as an  Independent and later
blossomed out as a full-fledged Conservative,  having  wisely  decided not
j to try and carry the nomination a sec-
| ond time.    Dr. Thompson will in fu-
I tare devote all bis lime to his medical
practice.
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE.
Series consist of the Crowning of
the -May Queen, tire Hospital Ward
Fund Collection Committee, and various views of the procession.
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Relics in, Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, .May ti���These are the
days when old relics are being unearthed in -Nanaimo. Several days
ago Richard Freethy, while excavating naar the electric light wor__s, unearthed a sheathed sword, bearing
.he date 1862. Yesterday, while carpenters were tearing down the old
Bevilockway store on Commercial
litreet, old papers, manuscripts, etc.,
bearing dates of the early sixties,
were brought to light.
Move to  Settle   Railway  Stike.
Denver, Jlay C���The first move
toward the settlement of the Denver
& Kio Orande shopmen's strike was
made al noon today, when" the company made new contracts with a committee representing tbe car repairers
and inspectors. The contracts are
about the same as the others.
Condensed
Advertisements i
WANTED���Light employment in or
around office, or shipping clerk byi
steady, trustworthy, reliable man;
knowledge of bookkeeping, Apply]
"E.Z.," Box 29, city.
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WANTED���Lady cashier for the Bijou
theatre. Apply between 2:30 and 4i
o'clock.
^YANTED���Lady with some experience as bookkeeper. Apply in handwriting to "A," Daily News office.
Rigorous Price Reductions ^
LADIES' COATS
PRIDAY   and  SATURDAY
ONLY
for $7.50 Each
Twenty fine coals In as many different styles,   gorm
stripe tweeds, checks, covert cloths, in short    lengths;    ,,.'-.,'
cravenette and dark twveds in lung and three-quartei 'lengtl
entire lot represents the old lines of our large    to
become broken in this way we immediately reduce oui    rices TlT
is a money saving opportunity.    Remember this price I      ,' i
and Saturday only.    Regular prices $9.50 to $15.00.   Your choi
the lot, each r.i...  C�� fl
 ,  $7.50
Our Best 50c Hosiery, Friday and Sailing
3 Parr For $1.00
Nol less than three pair sold al this price.   Over   twenty   ri ���
ladles' cashmere lisle and embroidered cotton hosiery,
our regular stock and well known as our 50c leaders, placed on
bargain table for Friday and Saturday onlv.    Three nair fn _. a.
���  i * ���.1.UQ
A Week-end Special from the-Millinery Section:
Ladies' $7.50 to $10.00 Trimmed Hats
roR
WANTED���Girl    for   general    house-1
work.    .Apply G., Daily News office. |
, i
LOST���Between Central Park and thej
I. O. O. F. cemetery, brown cloth;
overcoat. Liberal reward for return!
to Daily .News Office. i
TO RENT���Large front room, furnished; vicinity of convent on Agnes
street.   Box 216.
$5.00
We have this line nn sale all
this week and many ladies have
taken advantage of our sharp
reductions. You will lind our
excellent array of up-to-date
hats on the special (able for
Friday and Saturday. Regular
values $7.50 to $10.00. All one
price now  $5.00
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed glasses
between opera house and corner of
First and Third streets. Finder
1 lease return to News office.
I
TO RENT���Furnished rooms suitable;
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Alex.  Speck,  Columbia street.
W.S.CollisterXC.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
OCT
TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
J.J. MACKAY-fr CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
Negroes Turned Back.
Let b bridge, Alta., -May 7.���Canadian Immigration Agent Humphry has
refused admittance at Coults to twenty
negroes coming with Corry Bros.'
grading outfit, which is going to de
irrigation work at Calgary.
������������������������********************************************
>*************************************<
I 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 ln the city
J  We have also replenished ouf stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all
��� other lines.   A piece of th-e Pickard Hand-Painted  China, will  make
a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th�� ���*����*"
!
Calgary Improvements.
Winnipeg, May 7.���Calgary yesterday voted to spend a quarter of a million on civic improvements.
HATS  re-rimmed at   1S7    Auckland
stnet, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets.    Keep  full  supply of trimmings.
T71ARM  HAND:
���*���      skilled anc
DS, SAW MILL HELP,
d common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west. Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
WANTED���PUI
in    English
PILS   (EVEN1.NOS)
Inglish  subjects,  classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
_��������--����
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
one good point. Its free burning
quality is another. Give us your
order and you'll find many more.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
TENDERS WANTED
WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   RAILWAY
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, May 18th,
I908, 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, 1908.
CHAS.   GARDEN,   C. E.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B. C.
AUCTION SALE
HOUSE   and
Household Effects
l am Instructed to sell by the owner, Dr. T, il. Hatherly, al auc-
iii 11 sale, without, reserve on
Monday Evening, May 11, at 7:30 o'clock
on the property, that desirable two-storey residence (together with
household effects) lacing south on Third Avenue, between Fourth
and Fifth streets, in the City of New Westminster, alout 200
feet from the tramline, including   the lol which is 50 feel by 100 feet.
There is a beautiful lawn. The hou..,. bus a large parlor, spacious
reception hall, roomy dining rOo_n and large kitchen, also four bedrooms,  .bath,   etc.,   upstairs.
It ls one of the nicesi laldout homes in tire city. Terms of sale
of house are one-sixth cash, one-sixth In three months and one-sixth
ln six months, on a four year mortgage at eight  per cent.
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 leaves, kitchen table, large grandfather's clock, carpet linoleums, electric cabinet bath, crockery, pictures, hall-rack, diningroom chairs, linen locker, lawn mower, and
numerous  tools.
TERMS OF SALE ARE CASH.
VV. J. KERR, Auctioneer
P.O. Uox 1177
iP.O. Ui
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Phone 170.
"Its Turned Bad?
This will be the constant complaint of many careworn housew.es nj
New Westminster this summer. Is it going to be yours, Reader ? Why notlj
study economy this summer by keeping your foodstuffs in a handy sized |
refrigerator, and not to deliberately throw away your money by allow.ngjj
the heat to turn good food into unwholesome and distasteful rubbish. Whylj
not always have the food crisp and tasty, both for yourself and your guests?|
I To counteract the effects of heat by a modern convenience is the true andi
practical economy. Why not call and fee us about an inexpensive re
frigerator ? We have both the galvanised and poredain lined in great,
variety.
And say, isn't it time to think abcut Fly Netting. Mosquito Doors and
Window  Screens.
Now, we shall be pleased to see you and to cheerfully show you the
goodf. whether you buy or not. . ...     .  j^g^J -���;,-<.��.?���'"���   *$L '
/
T. J. TRAPP   & CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,   ETC. COLUMBIA   STFEET
lhe LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
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Time fe Money-Don't Travel, Just Talk

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