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 White, Shiles & Co.
0t INSURANCE
I N��W WESTMINSTER, B,C
, 3  DUMBER 102.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.   THURSDAY  MORNING, APRIL 30,  1008
& L ^%S__iIes & Co
MAY j rI^K ESTATE
x   u       _   i^(Jtefl��k_mKa1
Phone 85
CKNTS PER WEEK.
0 CRUSHED BY
; DIB SOON AFTER
HE. WADA KEPOKTS
RICH NEW liliLI) STRIKE
Hirst- -Ulll>' I"JU''��I
Jjjl        ingat Fader's
pit ^ke Lumber Camp.
I
, cn a huge log ami a
i.. J.  Fader's  camp
|j-*.: ' rday   suffered  in-
I' ited tatally before
.. According io the
.i by whom be was
tr river,   the   victim,
I
I ,  chaser, thai
log while it Is be-
i..... ���� "y -he donkey  ;
' -   necesary signal.  -
been hauled
White Miner, on Fraxman Island   Are
"'���'��� With Cigar Box
l-'ull of Golci.
I
I
I
.  -.
��� ave the signal  to
'.adit, thi
'������������������ io li r   Her-1
irrivv-d yi
i    trip  via
an Eski-
' '    from Fraxman I
westward,  i nd   re-
tril   . with the
������ - to   thc
lowin    Into I      Are-
back ol Fraxman,
1   ' "��� ������    whh ii    heads
': I he    I-      .: , r   . ;,,,
I of gold in tl
rh-e      ,i al  the
��e i   i- .   .   and    b s    .- m
''' ,   Si     nv.
IMMIGRANTS STREAM    MAY DAY PLANS ARE
NORTH FROM STATES1   NOW QUITE COMPLETE
  	
Spectacular Outflow of Good Marshal   Morrow   Mounted
on   Shetland    Pony  Will
Lead Procession to Park.
PECULIAR PATWOTISM IS    MA|[ mm |N
SHOWN ATSANTA BAHBAHA      ^m[m
Stock Causes Comment by
the Big Daily Papers,
lohn
COYCOTT   ON.   JAPANESE
I
I ��� ha
o the flrsl  pulley
sion of
��� , removing the cable
I the course.    The
I ,1 In obedience  to
L. . . ien walked  up to
l(, -       He  was   passing
I and   a     large    rock,
���t��� rolled  and pinched
s;0u; arely  crushing him
.., | ointed  out   .<y  ihe
L." ���   ' tlsts that men must   .,,,,,         wj,|,   ,,���-
Y ide in  the  log, and  startling effect.
|   - neglect of   this   rule      -,-,���.   , (.,.,.,...  ha_        ed
::... 'or the fatality.
B numbi aunches  are  usually
1 an ....,,   April   29.- -T'he     r is li     ot
lers to Canada has increas-
���  m       b   .elu,ne as ni ,uitrac   wide
-1'    atioii   m   this   section,     h     ruing
trains  foi   the pa >l   week  ha*,     bei n
crowded.      These   northward   settlers' There wa     ioi   much  to  be done, the  $9 for a meal.   The shore patrol com-
- i    en route e ther to Manitoba,Sas-1 njj __ i -,- for ,,������ , arpose of see-fPell6d lho men to P*?. but the-v went
n   or   Alberta    und   most  of
a<, ompanled  by their families  and  'nous, hold    effects.      They
i .   in      "    !l   - > ���'��� ai">
-    a i ule,  well equipped, Intelli-
The Dnal  preparations for thc May
ii;1..   program  were made at a meeting     oi    the committee   held in the
���   room    last    < ~> i
infe  tha   nothing had i     .. overlooked,
Ullll
-   ,
Sailor.   See   City   Decorated   in   Their	
Honor, But  Must  Pay Exorbitant      The Abrogatk)n uf Contracts
Prices for "viea's. __
  Means Loss oi Thousands
of Dollars to Them.
Santa. Barbara, Cal., April 29.���l_n-
i
raged at overcharges,  by    difficulties 	
. i b small tradesmen and lack of en-      .r_,,,     ,    ., ������    ���    , .,
V.adez, April 29���Contractors on tho
-    .oi  ient,   several   hundred   sailors
of     the     American     navy     attacked j mail route *���'**>�� Valdez and Palr-
ch's  restaurant  last nighl    when   banks and Valdez and Eagle stand to
Senlcii attempted to charge two sailors lose  many thousand  or dollars at -a
io rearrange   the   appropriations
Tli
after their comrades who returned
and wrecked the place after removing
the patriotic decorations.
e  proc iss on     com-
li   of the farming element,
tno\ -   in-ui   .s   being  'in- red   edi-
.   Le- Chica o papers daily.
n1' tee i- ported that  thi e    au os had j
bei n ii :> il to give free rtdi s  to the
8       ;,  at   rhe  ground-*,  capable    of
HE_.r-   UP  THE  GUARDS;
GOT   BOOTY  OF $18,000
I   -  uni   today says:
Man.
result of the abrogation by i*ho post-
office departments of existing contracts. These contracts were let. in
1906 for a term of four years. In
order io successfully handle the mall.
contractors were obliged to distribute
suplies, at. heavy expense, along the
trail, and to expend thousands of dollars   making  new   trails   and   keeping
balding from twenty to Unity children 	
,-n ii   -,- -, ,o-i ,.f ��.-n    ti,o<��� .<-iii ,-,,.,      I''infield, "W.   Va.,    April 29.���Four
farmers are crossing the line    '""��� *' a    ('',1 ot ^U*    lheSe wlU run    ���,    .,  _   ' (n,,,v ,,'  .    '  ���..,.,,,,   ���.,..,   m  repair  those  already  made.
i iniiii r. ,.vi,>,-'..     ir ������,.- -,i-,, ,-,,���.,-,,.,i. -   :"':,-i men tod,i> held up guaius, wiio
i  Un   i n.ted Stales into the western
iviucts of Canada.    The movement
Lhai    he  committee  had    made   _r. I ��'e:*P conveying 118.000 from Welch ti
AROUbES  SYMPATHY tiaeted widespread attention.lt
ran- , ,...    for a    marshal,
ar-
Master  ''"'���   ^'* ,*'(*'   1() '*'*-v ��ri' ""' (,mployees
if  lh*>   r'''ted States  Coal  and     Col;.
These, expenses have been so great.
Hongkong,   Apr!
i< rs of Japani  ���    ,   ���
1st. n    in    ;;- ;   effor   . an I are ere
ympathj   with
    been   encourag^   bj   systematlc M^-w. mounted on a Shetland pony,       ^ \^ZS   os^s^ ot^S,
29.   The   boycot-   - t publicity and promotion. .The  "' "   ^ the procession.   ^Another new / . ;; ��� �������**>    <���       ���* ��ta
feature    of   Ihp    lim~irln   wi��    ntrraaA   In '  n'l t'tl a-l.itOS   btCOl   COl pOl .11 loll.       1 lie.
irchants are  per-     ����mer 'nas  used all sorts of adver-, u'""     '"  tne 1,alJlle ^as  agreed l0 .���,���, ,,.rl  hppn  .,,������������,  ,,,. th���  yjrr
1 .   ...  .   ,       ���,,,.,.,_    ,,,    .,, ,on suggestion of .1. Relchenbach, tha " ���' ',!U* beon shiPl'otl ��}  the Mc-
mg   ,,', ,.e-,.s   io emphasize,  ibe   ad-
utages  oi  the new  country.    That
lerv.cej  have  heen    effettfTe  is
he govern-   undoubted.    If   Canadian   flgurea   are
up nt   at   Pekin   stating   thai   he   has  ���'���liable    several    hjindred    thousand
do e thini power to ar-   Peol''e  have  moved  from   :he  United
amp   from   neigli-   ,,       e , [on
nd one of these was   u,,,     , . . (,   fceen   \nstnu    ,���,,
n.I any goods on Japani si   . oats.
;:.
|;; e to convey the in-!
m man i   the city.   He was made
i possible under the
|ti: and occasionally spoke'
piemen In     ��� boat, but his injuries
loo  - md he  breathed his
before tl     Praser River  bridge
me into view.
IT:- ' ��� re liken  from thr
I it ol Sixth street an I
|rk,"h ��� rurchie's    undertaking!
I ���   await   tlie   decl-
; ei   this morning, be- ]
ed  for  Interment
��� noon Jacob and Jens
lei   i South    Westlnlnster,
Ik.. -    ���     1 censed, were sent for
l': over   In   n   launch.     After
sin. *       ��� :,��� ;!is   they   arranged
to take plnce on Sat-
'   fterno        al    the    Lutheran
tl m "      h<e river.    Lnrsen is a'
- -i.i tli, se  provinces s nice 1900.
I'll,- oui Row   of populal on Is more
spectacular than   the  inflow. 1: causes
alafm   in    lie  minus  o;   many because
 ���   ori  of movement that
om il ihed so much in the develop-
in, ut of the 1 .i.i*- i S ati i.  _ he "west'
MftHKANS WHKN HE SPEAKS     'XtfZ��� S^tS
  .��� i. rm also being a movable one.
BISHOP HARRIS ANGERS
Divine Who Sees Hand of Providence.
Wcrkinc;  in  Hermit Kingdom i-n       j
Danger   of   Death.
!i,molum, April  2a.- Bishop  Hai
of ibe .Methodist c'nurch, in an Inter-
v'ew here said thai  In the occupation
, f Korea bj the J i| ani -,- he sees the
band of I     ���  ( hoi ,.in..  I ir the
���j-ort of Korea and ibat upon his ar-
nval  in   Washington    he  would    tell
President  Roosevelt  that he is   con-
coming     to     America   vinced that Marquis Ito   and    Baron
���H-n months  nsn. leaving  a wife   HayashI are in earnest  In their    de-
l.iiiiill ,'       -u  Norway     ll" also sires  to  Improve  conditions and  are
working   patiently   and   earnestly   for
the good of Korea,
i.oeal Koreans are greatly incensed
and excited over these remarks and it
i- Feared by m'ssion workers among
the Koreans that Ilishop Harris-may
lie. assassinated upon *his arrival at
s in
"v    I 'i thai. .   the   . Her   being
piT">nit in   : 'aho, and   a  younger
|   Cl. h;iar   is residing at Bell-
''���hv"    I-"���i i    -as    aboul    thirty
'(',    l!'C
Injured  Electrician  Dies.
Taeonw, April 29���Robert V.'. Miller, Korea.
���f Seattle,    the    electrician   through	
Wki bodj a tremendous current of PLAN TO STRENGTHEN
Bdriclty pass ed   from    an    electric' THE CHINESE NAVY
���jMaOtmer last Saturday, died at   a 	
|��nit..nuni here  this afternoon.    The London, April 29.���A dispatch to the
P��- body and  legs and arms were Morning Post    from    Shanghai    says
P% burned, and his life was   des- that the Chinese board   of   war   has
|i��ir_1fif fr,--
! ywrs of n
, ,   thi    know li dge    of    "n.s
- ;   i i:i/a-.i.-bi),    which   is  being
\;n ream    ih jret,   the     iii i I li sS
foi   in .,   lands  is  carrying the
;u ross  thc  bonier  in.o Canada.
he   n -i'i t    in 111 i 11 ��� ti l    by
neii;- Morris when Speaking of
ii   ' istern opposition to the I.ouisi-
irc'uase.     He pietured   tiie t-kU-
population    of    :he   eastern
flowing in a steady stream in-
western   wilderness.     He" de-
���-T  that  If that country   were neglect,'I or permitted to pass into the
band.- of a  foreign power the fairest
bope of posterity would be destroyed.
"The loss of good American stock is
to   be   ieg rei ted.     But  the movement,
means progress, it means harmonious
relationships  between  t'he  northwest-:
i in  states  and  the Canadian  northwest, lt means development of a new
legion  by splendid citizens. It  means
the girls of the children's ward fund
committee be given two special auto-1
moMh s  in convey them  to the  park
in recognit on of their good work.
The sports committee reported tha1
a go   '      election or gam,.-.,  had been \
��� . --   .   and all that wits could devise  a ;:,.  waj  of hindrances for the
bo>s'   o      '.-:*,-   races   would   be   then  I
to pu       and tangle them.   Something 	
new .i, the program of thi I all will b ; oni-lIT!l4I lOTC? Cl CCfC
a highland :.ing by seven children, for di i.._ 1 UALlolO rLLUiL
which purpose 'he floor will be ch ir- rj-,rniti nno ni inn limiii
-' ^ a few minutes CREDULOUS BUND WOMAN
i'.    Peebles,   one    of    the    school,
a   I    ., ,-i
lliat the first two years' business
shows a large loss to the contractors
and now that tbe contracts are abrogated there is no chance of the mail
carriers recovering their money during the remaining two years, as they
had planned.
The   contractors    nffected    by    the
e arc Id.  S.  Orr, who operates
r,    ���    ���. ,    . . , -l stage Tne and carries mail between
-..  P.  R. Shopmen Reach Agreement.  .
r ' here
Winnipeg, April 29.���The   Canadian _
Northern  shopmen  reached    a  satis-
factory agreement with  the company
'.���>.',iy     -,.' in- re "ill be no strike.
Dowell County .National bank, at
Welch, but a sheriff's iios.se is scouring the surrounding country
���I     Tn<
i ami'.
re and Fairbanks, and John Miller,
wdio Has the Valdez-ZEagle route.
Miller claims to have lost $40,000 during the two years he has been carrying mail.
GANG   ARRESTED   WITH
COUNTERFEITING OUTFIT
irustivs, stated that the
granted a holiday  for Hie children Of  Smooth     Talkers     Almost     Persuade
the -' hooi a  on   Friday, ��� i*,i, y    be.ng
oui.,- required to appear at roll call In
i .,,...-., after which they will be]
d *.., dismissed! lir. Pe< il
also ma,;, ,u suggestion which was
a a a .,,. b - I he nn eling, that in view
of tie l'i hat thi re would not be
.!. suff.cent to accommodate any-
Kiifi UtVaU of Uiv ebildieu, that thi
B, .'. i.'. it. ne asked to run one or
  bj eolal i ar.-, to the park during , ie procession tp carry the clnl-
dren free. Mr, Peebles was appointed
to  Interview  the officials and the re-
, suit,   together with  later  instructions
regarding the program, will appear in
, ".ho Daily News tomorrow morning.
J. J. Johnston reported that iu
order to have tne automobiles run
easily, he had had the track at the
park levelled and put In condition by
ine chain gang.    J.  Mahoney also re-
Sightless D..me That She Could
See���Swindlers   Arrested.
Denver, April 29:���.Mrs. Leanora
Piarce, in years old, and Miss Greta;
Fullmer, 22 y, ars old, were arrested
in this ciiy loday .cui-llie cbarg-e of
���having Obtained nearly $20,000 from
Mrs. 1 lair it A, Crowe, 1.7 years of
age antfbllnd, by false pretenses. Mrs.
C'*o\ve, who Is the widow of a former
prominent business man of Dillon,
Mon'.. was introduced to Mrs. Pierce
about a year agq by a. spir'.tualtet.
Mrs. Pierce dawned *he could re-
. store Mrs. Crowe's sight by spirilual-
I istic treatments, and on three oc-
: easions secured from her B $11000 fee
Vancouver, Wash., April 29.���Stephen A. Council, secret service agent,
last night .arrested Lou Turner. J.
Rafferty and Norris Ramsey as
counterfeiters.
An entire outfit for making $1 silver and $.. and $10 gold pieces was
fouud in the men's room in a lodging
house on Eighth street. With the
police Connell had worked a month
on the case.
Turner was the liead of the -ring
that served two years in Folsom
prison, California. He was arrested
March 17 in Seattle as Frank Burnes
and released on lack of evidence. The
trio will go tomorrow to Tacoma for
trial.
Baseball   Meeting.
A meeting of the Painter's biieeball
team will be held In I. Hudson's of-
,a ,,,���      , .......ui,. ������ - * i ported that the chain gang had made
Francisco    on    the    steamship  betterment  of    conditions   by    those,',   ��� ' ,.     .,        .      .u
1 all, tne  necessary  alterations to    the
building required for the ball.    A let-
ter was received from Rev.  A.  Silva
White, of Nanaimo. stating his will-
1 'ngnesg  to accede to the request of
ihe committee that the boys' brigade
| whose fathers and grandfathers
j sought the same thing by western
1 migration.    In tills instance the Uni-,
ted  States  loses  as  the older states
lost before."
n the outset.    Miller wns  made up a scheme to strengthen the
_e and In Ihe employ of|Ililvv by the formation of three
Mj*��ttle-Taeoma Power company.
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squadrons, each    consisting    of
battleship and several cruisers.
new-
one
KURDISH  BANDITS ARE
ON THE WARPATH AGAIN
Tiflis, April  29.���Reports  have just
been brought in here lhat the Kurdish
Nine  Killed in  Collision.
Detroit, April 29.���Nine people were
VANCOUVER   SPORTS.
Paiseball.
* Vancouvi
��� Butt,
���
Nftr;   i
.1 ^Motive
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Football.
ladonlans   .
Thnlv-s n
Alleged Perjurer 19 Dying.
New York. April 29���There seems
to be little chance that Robert Caldwell, "the great American Identifier,"
will ever face an English coun to
answer to thv- eb.irge of perjury that
has been made against him. He is
In ihe City insane hospital on Ward's
Island, and Is reported by the physicians as getting weaker daily and he
Va.-; bnt  a short  time to live.
silver bugle band play from the wharf
at Vancouver to the tram office.
Chairman J. J. Johnston stated!
that he had received the sealed report of the committee appointed to
judge the windows in the decorating
population of tlie Armenian provinces j (.ompej|tJon, The meeting decided that) killed and. a score or more injured,
bordering on Russia have, become ng-1 ������, report 8nol,]d be han(ied to the several fatally, when a limited car on
gresslvely active and are indulging In secretary and remain sealed until to- the Detroit, .Jackson & Chicago-olec-
tllsorder ami massacre. The Armenian: morrow nisht, when It will be read by I trie road collided with a regular car
in'n RusBtan him at the ball. The names of the four miles each of Ypsllanti, near
conunitteo are known only to them-
selves and to the chairman, the, re-
! pori  Is  unsigned  and  the ii'imf* are
for her services. Miss Fullmer was flco this evening, when matters ot
introduced as ,an assistant lo Mrs. j importance to the members are to be
Pierce, and they would talk with Mrs. | discussed. A number of new men
Crowe for hours at a time, inducing who aie reputed to have added to a
her to believe she was recovering her little painting ability a considerable
eyesight, when there was really no] knowledge of the baseball game are
improvement in her condition.
Recently Mrs. Crowe's suspicions
became aroused and she consulted her
attorney, who caused the arrest of
Mrs. Pierce and Miss Fullmer today.
population
territory.
Is    fteplnt
Denton, yesterday.
to be suggested as members of the
team, which will need to be
strengthened if It is to carry out a-
threat made early in the season f^at
it would give other city league Teame
a strong tussel for supremacy on the
diamond.
Massacre Tvyo Thousand Persians.
Teheran, April 29.���Dispatches were
read in parliament yesterday stating
that the Kurds surround Urumiah, a
town of Persia, and Armenians had
pillaged thirty-six villages and massacred two thousand people.
���   l.'Wi'a-JiljIi^^
((
This Is My 74th Birthday"
8      uiiil
I *H al ,i
I L��bock,
I ���':",ii, th,
I tourtaen.
S ��' baakii
| lis'l!IH'���!
" ���""���fortirj
K:\y-
a
scientist
Lord   Avcbury.
ur>, oilierwise Sir John Lubbock, famous as
'tie of the grunt living  authorities on  the    Buhjed    ol
burn   in   London, April 30, 1834, Ihe sou of Sir William
noted  astronomer ami  mathematician.    After attending
8��n went Into his father's  banking   house   at   the age  <>'
Before he was twenty-one lie had mastered the Boienct
i and in 1856 he became a  partner  In his  father's estab-
���s" high was his profession reputation that he was chosen
��������� , secretary  to  the  Association of London Hankers, anil first
������    ;;"l""t  of thQ  tn8tltut���  Q*  Bankers.     He   entered   parliament     In
;ini1 served continuously mull 1900.   During these years he was
. ln'oini
HALF-MILLION   FOR
WELCOME OF FLEET
Melbourne, Australia, April 29.���The,
Ci-ninionweiltli government has been
In consultation with the governments!
of Victoria and New South Wales with
regard to the entertainment of the
American lleet during Its M'sit here.
Tt is understood more than $.00,000
will be devoted to this purpose.
Seventy Dollars Needed
Before This Fund Closes,
to remain strictly secret for all time,
lhat being the desire of the May Day
tommltttec. ,
Tiie parents of children are especinl- ___________________________________
Ij requested to see that the little ones ,
are at the library square tomorrow at      The last meeting of the Children's  coming  in  to the Dally  News office
I   o'clock  sharp  in order  that    they: Ward Fund society prior to the May   and   will   be  received    until    further
may he assigned seats in the rigs. Thej Day   celebration   was  held   yesterday  notice.
next meeting of the. committee will bei afternoon at the home of .Mrs.  S. Q.
They Fear Publicity.
Brussels,  April  29.���Premier Schol-
lare.t in reply  lo a question    in    tlie
chamber of deputies yesterday said, JOHNSON DETERMINED
that he was unable to make public the
exchange of views which the Belgian
government had with the United
States and Great Rrltaln on the matter of Ilie Congo Independent state
without first obtaining the consent of
these governments.
iie'd on Friday of next week, when all Tidy, over twenty entuiis.astic niem-
eccounts must be presented by the1 hers being present. The speela? o;,-
chnlrmcn of committees to be passed \ J��'Ct for which the meeting was called
for payment.
Ward Fund Subscriptions
t mo
il Iiii
He
During
'""'it   member of numerous   commissions   having
to  do with
irovemen*. of the public schools, the advancement of Bolence,
W  l"""''1 coinage and other mailers  of public    l"tBfa��L    '      ' '*
'���rn-ni-   ,... ... m(in
iwever,
-mi Lor,
Interest    i
>y his works on lhe anclenl   vestiges  and   remains  of
u">>'n*y h,as most distinguished himself,    lie Is the atithqr   |
v.!,',j';i'"""''���* 'loaling with these   subjects   and  has     been     honored    g
iu ���mbei'8hlp in the prominent  scientific and  learned bodies In   g
' -' -'���::��� ::^::^::-:::":^-;:-*:'"::.'.:::���.*::��::":.������::���:. w."twknttli������'��� ������' WrW$&b% f,���"��� ���������'���
London, April 29.���Jack Johnson,
the colored heavyweight pugilist, accompanied by'hls manager, Sam Fits.
Patrick, have arrived here from New
York. The Immediately visited the
.'.���.Honnl Sporting club nnd the sport-
New Cardinals to Be Created. ing newspapers and Issued ft chal-
Rome, April 29.���It Is semi-offlcially [ lenge to Tommy Burns, the heavy-
stated that the pope will hold a consistory the first fortnight in June,
when lie. will icrpato new cardinals.
Nothing definite is known with regard
to the names ot those who will he
elevated. The general Impression at
the Vatican is that no American car-
d'nal will be created for the present.
was  the receiving of    lhe    collection  A. W. McLeod  $10.00
books from the various members, ami   Daily  News    5.00
the totalling of the contributions. The  w    c> Ch,mberljn     ,  , bM
TO MAKE BURNS FIGHT; result proved lo be mpst satisfactory,
  j tlie  sum,   represented    in  cash    and  M- N   t-Burnaby)      2.00
Cnd, amounting1 to about $1130.   This,  J. C     1.00
R-  V     1.00
<4f   course,   includes   the   promises of T.
several furnished cots, and quantities Harry Brine    ���-
ot  linen  and  other    material.    This William Madill
leaves the fund lucking about seventy Miss 8mlth
dollars of the amount required.
No further business will be transacted  until after Friday, when It is
  5.00
 '.... 1.00i
 ,  1.00
A Friend   500
A. Whealler   500
Mrs. Stewart   5.09
weight  champion,  to fight    anywhere j probable  that  the  girls  will  get to-J Hundred Year club   15.00
for any purse acceptable   to   Burns. I gether and decide whether the society t    w,  a     1.00
will be continued or not.   Many are James Bell     5.00
tn favor of doing so, at least    until'jm   Buntzen     2B40
such  time  ns  all  the deiftlls  of the'j.   Freeman   .. '.'     100
ward  have   been   arranged    and  the h. M. Marshall       140
ward furnished. j^Mra. Spencer, Portland ........    5.00
Siib:*crlptons to the fund are still Ar.otl.er Friend    MO
Johnson went further than this and
offered to bet Burns $2500 that he
will stop hlm In twenty rounds. In
addition he will concede to Burns
two-thirds of any purse that is put up
for the contest.
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WRECKAGE AffORDS    |
NO QUE TO IDENTITY
Mystery of Recent Wreck in
Graveyard of the Pacific
Is Still Unsolved.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced v.*..h
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Cowan'
v^o^aiv�� -_ici
Victoria, April 20.���Tlie steamer
Tees from the Vancouver island coast
brings further ir.ormation concerning
tho wreckage recentlj washed ashore
near Carman ih. Kev. Daykln, who investigated the wreckage, was among
the pass, ng rs on the steamer. He
bays there is no doubt that tlie wreck-j
age. found is new.
Since the finding of the wreckage
previously reported a large amount ol
empty cases have been found in the
vicinity of Nitinat.
Daykln says the wreckage seemed
positively to indicate that some large
sailing vessel, a ship or a bark, had
met disaster. There were some large
pieces among the wreckage which did
L'.t.t look as If they had come from any
smaller sized vessel, notably part nf
th.- larboard streak or bilge broken
from the Hare of some large vessel.
This piece, which had broken free of
frames, etc., was about twenty-five
feet long.
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
B
BOULDERS  REMOVED
FROM THE  STIKINE
��� We are Sole Agents for tiie celebrated Peabodys ���
(Company, Ltd.
I Successor to Finck-Lee-Peabodys Co.
Manufacturers of
The Railroad King
and Mechanic King
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! Overalls and Jackets !
Prince Rupert, April 29.���A Tele-
jjraj/h Creek dispatch says that the
Dominion government has just completed the work of removing several
boulders from the channel of the
Stikinc river ,at Buck's bar, wiiich
heretofore endangered steamers navigating those waters. A further grant
has also been promised to extend the
improvements which will facilitate
ateamboat operations on the Stiklne.
I
Made of Everett denim and Stifel drills,
in plain blue denim, black denim, and
striped blue. -
$1.25 the garment Pants or Jacket
These goods are all union made and are
sanctioned by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
���      AT THE HOTELS.
Russell.
VV. J.  Robinson, Winnipeg.
S. R.  .Morden, Toronto.
J.  W. Collis, Vancouver.
G.  C.  Fordyce, Winnipeg.
Mrs.  li. Willson, Ontario.
��}. M. James, Vancouver.
G.   A.   Parker, Toronto.
W.  R.  Warth, Port Hope.
���C. McDonough, Vancouver.
iC. H.  Kearns, Vancouver.
R. A. Simmons, Vancouver.
T.   W.  Paterson, Victoria.
T.  F.  Paterson, Victoria.
VV.   11.   Clarke, London, England.
<_.  L.  Peck, Prince Rupert.
AV.  S.  Cameron, Vancouver.
W.   H.   Morrison, Vancouver.
W.   Mardin,   Vancouver.
C.   M.   Marpole, Vancouver.
-O.   EC.  McDonald, Vancouver.
-J.   Sclater,  Vancouver.
T.   M.  Shields, Vancouver.
F.  J.  Bonsons, Winnipeg.
J. J. Mackay, Vancouver.
���C. A.. .Crosbie, Vancouver.
H.   K.   Wright, Vancouver.
fc_.  G.   Sutherland, Vancouver.
F.   L.   M-cGee, Vancouver.
W.  L.  Grundy, Vancouver.
W.  M.  Bowman, Toronto.
Windsor.
T.   M.   Morris, Vancouver.
H.  J.   Phalp, Vancouver.
Clara S.   Brown, Los Angeles.
T.   VV.   Knight,   Chilliwack.
M.   M.   Wig, Seattle.
J. Killan, Seattle.
VV.   il.  .Nobb, Vancouver.
���((��� TME  I
HUPS, Wardrobe doffier I
SELLING AGENT
'its Turned Bad!
m
This will be the constant complaint of many careworn housewives in
New Westminster thia summer, la it going to be yours, Reader 7 Why not
study economy thia summer by keeping your foodstuffs in a handy sized
refrigerator, and not to deliberately throw away your money by allowing
the heat to turn good food into unwholesome and distasteful rubbish. Why
not always have the food crisp and tasty, both for yourself and your guests?
To counteract the effects of heat by a modern convenience ia the true and
practical economy. Why not call and see ua about an inexpensive refrigerator ? We have both the galvanized and poreclain lined in great
variety.
And say, isn't it time to think abeut Fly Netting, Mosquito Doors and
Window  Screens.
Now, we shall be pleated to aee you and to cheerfully show you the
goods, whether you buy or not.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
COLUMBIA  8TREET
'A Dramatic Child.
When my son was two or three yean
' -M he was seated in his high chair at
' the table eating corn batter cakes and
' molasses, of which he wn. fond.   Alter outing as many cakes ns were good
; Tor him he was told be could have no
"IB**    Heaving n great sigh, he took
the plate In both bands nnd licked nil
fhe molasses off.   Then, looking stead-
Sly at the plate as he held lt up liefore
.hlm. he said serlotiRly, "I ain't got no
more use for you," nnd threw It buck
over his head to the door, where It
broke to pieces.���Chicago Tribune.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel. 16.
O. E. Gilley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement,' Rosebank Lime, B. C Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt. Forge Coal, Common Brick, Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
>**************i
Russian Jurymen.
Tbe most Incredible stories have been
fU>.(_ of Russian Jurymen. Thus the
'foreman of n Jury declared he would
not *^nd a poor fellow to prison be-
t...cue It'happened to be his (the Jury-
mnr.'s) birthday. Another jury hnd
awed upon a verdict of guilty when
tbe <burch bells began to ring. Tbey
rerlRed their verdict because n holiday hail begun. A burglar was allowed
i,to #o free because the man whom he
had robbed bad refused to lend him
money. This ln the opinion of the Jury
���win a dlr*ct Incentive to crime.
$100.00
Pay me this amount and $15 per
month and 1 Will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
Warned.
Mlnlater** Wife (lo her husband)- ;
Will you help me to put the drawing ;
room carpet down today, dear?   The
room  ia  beautifully clean.    Minister
(vexntiously)��� Ah,   well,   I   suppose   I
wtll hnve to.   Wife���And don't forget,
John, dear, -While you are doing It that
foo are a minister of the gosptl.���Los-
itM-Tlt-Blts.
P. PEEBLES fcl
Estate
��� 270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phom. 307
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The Road to Succe
In All Business Enterprises
Is  Opened  Through
7ke 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.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of tbe Empresses
May 1st.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
JOB
PRINTING
'A   Windsor Block, Front Street.
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MRS. E. M. DOMINY, Prop
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Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANjJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets  on  sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Ratea  to   Southern   Call.orni-.
For fuJll Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore
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Relchenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101
Phone 101
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Bank o    Montreal
ESTAU.ISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,4CO,OCO.W
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
I Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, ami la London, bng',iJ
Nbw York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A " j
eral Banking Business Transacted. ( t|J
Letters of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents in all parti ��
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of |1 aad up
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate)
four times a ysar.
Total Aaeeta over $108,000,000.00. uanaT'l
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH (i. I).  BRYMNKK ��� J^J
t*T      ADVERTISE      �����
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY      NEW8
FOR BIG RESULTS.
..BarkWanted.. HAMS -
��� 18c. per"
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark the
WANTED   AT /^y     Mjjj    }M
FR4SER RIVER TANNERY, UdJ���ghtnSt.- m^
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.       ! PHONE 370.
Write or call for particulars. I     BOWELL A ODDY, r APBIL 30, 1908.
[ay Day Nee
,,, ,, | spoil the wee tots' day for lack of something new to
real    Per^P8 lt is a n0w bonne< or bal or ii ,,,_,��� |    a ....
ri  or something ta underwear or hosiery.
-     ���   them all, uni the  ,  lc<    a ��� ,   ,   ,.���,.,.,
:.   - ���''������ '' te*of wUcli '     ' to tell
Bonnets���Fancy tucked muslin from 25c up.
Bonnets-Stylish embroider;    a* ;
50c up.
Wash  Hats -Embroidery, lace or ri
75c up.
jack  Tar   Hats���From 50c  up.
White   Dresses���For  the    tiny    tot;    em     . -        |  lmmed;
from 90c up.
White  Dresses���Fair g.'rls al] agi $1.25 Up.
-_   nty Colored Dresses--In all ,,,...    Cal]  .,,,,
;,li-ascil  to show you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Colombia Street
Ibbt"*'**
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of .saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
���==  <Jht    	
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED -I TIMES A YEAR.
1  *     ur money where it i_ accessible when you require  it.t
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW-yDON'T DELAY.
: KINSTEH Rkan.-ii.     ~f.   B.   LYLE,   Mgr.
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, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer:, and Deaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   .Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
1 arge 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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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
tod-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B' K. WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager.
A GI.NERAL BANKING   BO8INB.S8 TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
tvery facility afforded   Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed or taken  for collection.
(    BANKING   HY   MAIL���Deposits   may he made or withdrawn ohy mall.
'"������O'-town accounts  receive every attention.
NBW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TURKU
Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contri ute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the appearance nnd more  to  the digestion.
Neglect Is the only cause toi the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW, 1 foi ��� i is too
late,
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Full  Set of Teeth         $5.00
Bridgework   (per tooth)     $5.CO
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold Fillings       $1.00   up
Platina   Fillings       $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL.   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH    A     PROTECTIVE   GUAR,"-".TEE   FOR
TEN    YEARS.
TheBoston 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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'lhe
Daily
1     News
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1   BRING  BIG  RETURNS
1   THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
.
HUNDRED DOUKHOBORS
LEAVE FOR KOOTENAY,
: Advance Guard of Five Thousand of Verigen's Followers Start for B. C.
Broadview, April 29.���A hundred
Doukhobor men left lasl. nighl for
British Columbia lo start a colony on
lands purchased by Peter Veregin,
where the Btrange people will ultimately locate. The lands are near
the junction of the Kootenay and Colum in rivers, twenty-elghi miles
Bouthwesi of Nelson, an excelleni fru!|
district. The colonists took with them
a carload of flour, ,*Uso horses and
cattle, and will plant vegetables suffl-
1 ten! for next winter's supplies. They
win t-hen erect a sawmill Where lum
ber for the buildings necessary for the
colon} will be cut, Tho mill will be
built in the village of Waterloo, The
community paid $120,000 for the land.
Eventually, nearly ..ono of the sect will
settle there, and arrangements hav.'
been completed to buy supplies from
wholi Balers here in car lots.
HOST PERFECT MADE.
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New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF  REVISION.
This Date in History.
1662
1732
1808
1327
185 I
1856
IS
APRIL  30.
���Queen   Mary   II,     of    England
born.
-Samuel Vetch, first govornoi
of Nova Scotia, died. Horn
Dec. ,9, 1668.
���Union Temperance Society was
formed   in   Saratoga   county, j
New York, this being the be-'
ginning  of    the     Prohibition
movement   in   United   States.
��� French   National     Guard     disbanded.
���First railroad opened in Brazil.
���Montmorency bridge fell.
���Occupation  of  Bayazid   by   the,
Russians.
NEW MANAGER TAKING
OVER EMPRESS HOTEL
Victoria, April li..���B. W. Humble.
formerly secretary of the Vancouver
club,    who    was   recently    appointed The  only all  rai
Notice Is hereby given that the a<-
BesBment roll for tlie year 1908 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office, where it may be inspected
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the tour.
of revision.
The first sitting of tho court of revision on the said assessment roll will
be held at the city hall, in the said
city, on Monday, the 11th May next,
al 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Any
person intending to appeal against
the assessment must do so in writing,
to be filed with the city clerk at least
seven days before the first sitting oi
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
''������*��� Hall, April 7, 1008.
Spokane falls l Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
route   between   all
manager   of   the   C. P. It. Empress  points east, west and south *o  Ross-
hotel in Victoria, arrived here this
morning by thv> steamer Charmer from
Vancouver. He will take charge of thc
big hotel on a\Iay 1, succeeding Mr.
Stuart Gordon. II. \Y. Willis, manager of the Royal Alexand*3T*notel In Creek point*.
Wi-nn-'peg, is here to effect the trans- Connects at
fer of management as Mr. Hayter
Reed, superintendent of C. P. R.
hotels, cannot come west till about
t.he end of May.
and, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary-
Meyers Falla with
stage ('lily for Republic
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
rRCNT STREET.   .        New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
I Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
I ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
1
, Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
< PHILApELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim�� Tables, etc., adSress
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Geh'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
English  and American  Billiard Tables,  Bowling Alleys, etc.    New and
second - hand table* and supplies in
I itock.     , y
R.   H.  CLIBURN
i Phone A2698. P.  O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender Bt..
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May **t
Co., Toronto. r
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on  sale  May  4th    to    18th.
June 5th, (ith, 19th and 20tti.
Toronto, and  return    $94.40
Montreal and return    108.50
Halifax and return    135.50
Chicago and return       72.50
St   Paul and  return        60.00
Winnipeg and return        60-00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULKT.
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
JYsst. Genl. Pass, Agt��� Vancouver.
OOKSLETS
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
ot New Westminster and diat-iot
On Sale at���
Moray's    Bookstore    and
at Gannon's  cigar  Divan
t*TAdvertise the town we live In 1 >
.   mailing Picture Post Cards ta yoi��r
friends.
THE EARTH'S MOTION.      j
Kapy to Deninn.trnte  It br  a  Simple
I-xpvrimeut.
It is quite possible to prove that th*
earth revolves on its axis by n simpi.
experirnent and without having recourse to mathematics. Take a goi'l
sized bowl, fill it nearly full of water and place it upon the floor of a
room which is not exposed to shak'u.;:
or jarring from tbe street
Sprinkle over the surface of the wa
ter a coating of lyeopodlum powder, a
white substtiuee which Is sometimes
used for the toilet and can be bought al
almost any drug store. Then upon the
surface of this coating of powder mr,'.;
with powdered charcoal a straight
black line, say, an inch or two itiche.
in length and lying north and south.
Having made this little black xar\.
with the charcoal' powder on the surface of the contents of tbe bowl, lij
dowu upon the floor a stick or some
other straight object, so that It shall bfl
exactly parallel with the mark. If t':e
lino happens to bo parallel witb h
crack In the floor or with any stationary object In the room this will
serve as well,
Leave the bowl undisturbed for :���
few hour* and then uotiee the position
of thr- black mark wilh reference 1 -
the object thai it was parallel with, fl
will be found to have shifted its ('.i
rectlon and to have moved from e '
to west���that is to say. In a direct! m
opposite to that of the movement ol
the enrth on its axis.
Tbe earth in simply revolving lifts
carried tbe water and everything e'. W
in tbe bowl around with it, but t'v
powder on tlie surface has been led
behind a little. The line will alwcy*
be found to have ufoved from east lowest, which is good proof lhat every
thing else bas moved the other way.
H90J.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
i 12.25 P-m-
!  g.40 am.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  715 p.m.
..Rossland .. ..410 p.m.
... Nelsnn  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Ever? Dsv in the Ye*:*
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. ETTX.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with,
both electricity and gas} the most
brilliantly illuminated tram in the
world. The equipment consists ol
private -.ompartment cars, standard
16 section .sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Tim*. Tables, Folders, or any
nrthrr information call on or write
*. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
���>?o Second Avenue. Seattle. W��sk'
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Track Marks
Designs.
CO'VRIOHTS *\c
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, .CARCROBS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and'
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
.tages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
i'oi  information apply to
j.   H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY
Men
of Taste
will appreciate my plothes. 1 employ
skilled cutters, and buy only the finest
fabrics thai the world's best looms
produce.    My present-stock of spring
WINNIPEG TO WETASMIWIN
BY ML IN TWO MONTHS
FIREMEN   RESCUE  THIEF
FROM   ANGRY   CROWD
Last  P ece  of  Grading  on    C.   P.   R.
Northern  Line Will  Be  Finished
Early   in   July.
Edmonton, April 29���In two months
time the last piece of
.N'ew   York,    April   _!��.���East    New,
Vork   Bremen  and   policemen  fought
desperately last night to save from a
mob of hundreds of excited people a.'
ni..u wiio had been caught coming out
of a burning tenement'house on Chester  street   loaded   down   with  'nouse-,
hold goods, jewelry and  money which
the mob  leaders  told  the police,  be-
ia,ling on tbe J longed   to  the  tenants. .
and  summer
woolens cannot  be  sur-  (j, p. j;. northern line from Wlnnipe
Af er having been badly beaten by
passed.    Your inspection invited.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
Wetaskiwin, sections of which are. the street crowds he was taken to the
to
operating roads, will bv. completed.
This on the stretch trom Saskatoon
to Hardisty.
ol cc stal on    and
Pure   Salt ��� prepared   by   a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt.
WINDSOR TABL^SALTis   ���
pure, indeed I
148
Japanese    Strike.
Spokane, .April  29.���Japanese work
men employed  in tlie Great Northern
railway shops at Hillyard have struck.!
The,     claim    the   Oriental   Trading
ci -    iny,   of   Efeattle,   through  which
APRIL
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vg
locked  up  on  a
charge   of   burglary.     The   man,   win   ,!      are employed, is   lolding oui
said   lie.  was    Joseph  Schmilowltz, a j large a share of their  wages.    II   i
butcher    out
of    work   for   several
B. C.
The contractors  for the last pice-   months   was almost  insenslSle when
���1   grading     :     b<    completed     have   lifted into the police patrol wagon. It
.-    !     tl   oni   hundred  men to work   Is the bei ef n. the police and fire of-
a Tie past few days and two months  flcials  that  at   least    two  fires were
started   ; y   thieves    for  purposes  of day
robbery.
st iti d that tlie tnc-i In the lumber
mill have been paying $5 per month
for their jobs, while those in lhe lumber department  pay but  five cents a
Ten acr-ea eoipenient to town.     .\ll   slashed'
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonabl
I.- ti r
Bight and one-quarter acres
"a nine M0Un| Lln
two room  house;   small garden and chicken :,
soil and good water-    Price $1200.
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DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and	
LM.
INSURANCE
THE DAILY NEwa
Published by the Dally  News Pu
fishing  Company,   Limited,   at   the r
offices,  coiner ul   Sixth   and   Front
streets,  New  Westminster.  U.  C.
Na   mor;   n^ai   of   sending    your
ers to "Ths other side."    You can
E.  A.  Paige Managing
Director
��� ���_-* wi
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1908.
Will   see   the   last   shovelful   of     dirt
thrown.    In  addition  to this  an outfit is now starting the work of grading the new yards ai  Wilkie and this'
;.in:;_":* should see at lot of steel laid
on  'he  long  line that  will  complete
the   connection   he!ween   Wetaskiwin
and Winnipeg and open  up -a lot of
I plendid country north of tlie C.  P.
H.'s   main   transcontinental   line   and
south of any conflict  with the G.T.P. new get the best rubber stamps, made
This   will   ifoark   another   important   of good gum  rubber,  on     latest    Im-
advance  In  tlie groat work of cover-  proved machinery, by expert workmen,
ing the western provinces of Canada and
with  a fletwork of  railways    and  in
lhe  progress towards the time  when       MADE   IN   CANADA
ample   means   of  communication   Will
result In   the  development  of    great      Mail  orders filled same day as re-
potential wealth and of a population ceived-
o' many millions.
wi-t**-. '.;^r^.^s*Xf*T*w^xss*^a*mmfaKWM**MXit
F. CRAKE w1
English Watchmaker
-o   door*   from    Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
prices.
want your Grocery orders.   We i
satisfaction.     We want to give yo
Note these prices for to-day's selli
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamp*"
(i- .��   n--#_---v- n*n-*n*-ir7i-'n"/,".r'ii'ir'/."i."(,"i,-*11",i-"*(.*"������,*a-j,v(ia.J,>'l;
COWIE
ANTE-MORTEM CHEER.
it i.s truly said, that "a man's worth
is frequently not recognized until after
ho ia dead."    -Men and the principles	
they enunciated   and   fought   for,   are M Repeated.
taken seriously after they have passed
from  the scene of  action.    The con-      The  amateur  performance  of  "The
t-nued participation    in the activities   Magic   Lamp"   was    repeated  at  the/ '	
of  life  would  have  been  craved  for,  Opera   house  yesterday   evening   be-!
with greater intensity, by those  who  'ore   an   appreciative     audience,   the   ^VERriJJE l.N  THE DAILY NEW_
ceased    to act, or  to  be,  had    they .different  members of the cast show-   ,        \  	
known their work was appreciated. inS improvement over the work of the
Many a pastor would have remained Previous evening, due, apparently to
in his charge and suffered had he the confidence in their ability re-
known all that the parting address suiting from the flattering reception
conveyed. ' siven tnem on Tuesday night.
Public men whose every action was'	
misconstrued,  and    who    themselves
were maligned by    their   opponents, Moose Jaw Fire Hall.
awaken,  by their passing to the be-      y*OOSe Jm> Ap...  29_M ^
yond,   a  conception    of  some     good  C0UnciI   meeting    it  wag  decided   t0
points they possessed, which concep-' have a petition circulated ,      for
tion often broadens out into a perfect; tne submission of a new flre ha��� .
laudation, and in the charitable   con-   ,aw< the fome_ Sum voted ^ .^
aideration of the faults and  tellings,  adequ:lte ,0 incIude ^ purcnase of a
the conclusion arrived at is often .that; naw- Sj(e
they  were not so bad  after all, and' _
fhat they had  prosecuted their aims
and    endeavors    according   to    their
lights and ability and in doing so had
accomplished very much that hereto-1
fore had not leen clear to their biased
opponents.
The  leading men of    this and  the!
last century went down to the grave
sacrificing ease,-   friendships,    health'
and life in an endeavor to build and
aolidify  the Empire.    Disraeli,   -Gladstone,    Salisbury,    Campbell-Banner-1
man,   .Macdonald, Thompson,    Rhodes |
and other men of the Empire, are in-!
.stances of this truth in the political
world, and in the arts and inventions
'-he fact is even more striking.
Many a business man in the community does not have his energy
recognized until his fellows are following his remains to the grave and
n.any a public official goes down and
out to the regretful realization of his
(/at.ent endurance, unaided and un-
cheered, in difficult crisis.
Why is it that our humanity, ever
ready to help in distress, fails to convey a recognition of the good points
th* one another as seen in the strug-
..���li. of life ���'. Sometimes this is done
J_u a fr.t-nd, way not to an oppu_fent.
���vVh) docs our humanity always pick
out and diiect attention to the faults
o/others, when it has never taken the
(opportunity to commend a virtue ?
.Kaults and mis-steps are ever remembered and so enlarged upon, that vir-
, tues ite tbey equal, are hidden from
view. Vi :a man has done well why
EOt tell him so, in a manner that cannot be mistaken or misunderstood, it
will help him to do better, from the
ix-ry fact that he will realize that
.somebody cares.
lu some dark hour or moment of
failure such commendation will help
him to rise and si niggle on. There
aie men in the forefront of our business life in this city, who would not
Jiave raised to their present successes
had they not had the cheerful con-
iideuce and encouragement of their
fellows. If we are doing not'ning our.
bi Ives, let us at least cheer on the fellow that is putting in his quoto faithfully, remembering that there will
(.mie a day when such cheer and commendation will have a reflex action,
and fn, our need will be the more
gratefully accepted, hecause of our
-extending it in the past.
Ladies'Gold Watches   trom  $12.75 u;.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $5.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver Watches. douhl��
case, $7.50 np.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wei I man
Arctic Expedition.    Ml  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewairy. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; marges reason
able.
Corn
Pks.
Starch
for    25c
Seeded
IG-liZ. Pks..    3
Raisins I
for 25(
Taylor^ Oeanser
3  tins for 25c
Wheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25(
W. IN. Draper phone 97.
ADAMS & DEANS'
Prompt Deiivert
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Eliard Block, New Westminster, B. C
GASOLINE
ENGINES
-.:���
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
{ The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
�� SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.
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ARE YOUR EY1
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them
amined.       We  make no char!
for testing your eyes.   All wo|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optida
Optical   Parlors  in T. Gifford
Jewelry  Store.
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COAL! COAIJ
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Policemen Lose Jobs.
TVnsacola, Fla., April 29.���Twenty-
"five policemen, comprising the entire
day watch, were dismissed tofiight for
refusing to board the cars of the
fensacola Electric company to protect
-t.he non-union men.
Boys' and Girls' *f$k\
SHOES
For May Pay
There's no feature of our whole shoe business
that receives more attention than our lines of
Boys' and Girls' Shoes. This spring we are
showing all the new ideas. Here are some of
the new lines:
Misses' Golden Brown 3-strap Slippers, a pair $1.50'
Misses' Golden Brown Blucher cut Oxfords, a pair  1.75
Misses' black kid, patent tip, Strap Slippers, a pair $1.25, $1.50
Misses' white canvas, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's Patent Leather, 3-strap Slippers, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's brown kid, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair  1.25,   1.50*
Children's Strap Slippers, sizes 3 to 10 1-2, a pair  75c to 1.25
We have many other lines of Children's Shoes too numerous to mention
Hj We Invite You to Our Store This Week
jjj        where we can show you the greatest range
0H        of Children's Shoes you ever heard of.
W
Q COME TO THE STORE WHERE THE BEST
gj SHOES ARE SOLD
ta ���������������       ���=_=���
s JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. I
New Wellington
COAL
jjjj MAYERS & PRESTON
SLJ P. O. Box   345 Phone   105.
jjg OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OFJIXTH. -  ��� MM
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err ssed
the pond.
fflij. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
i<   Columbia  St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
111 Electric Blue-Printing
Any Six* '
Maps, Charts and Drafting
Clue-
Vancouver   Map ?.r.d
Print Company,
[j 441 Seymour St., Vano uvtr
WESTMINSTER OFFICE:
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S.
Crescent .ilcck
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located at tiie REAR
ot "Daily News" Block
NI_W  WESTMI.NSTER
Phone 388
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Regular sailings bet-veen
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLI-
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission -and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Braclfman & Ker    wharf,
New Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a  m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For ratos and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
R. WHITMORF, Secretary.
ADVERTISE IN THE D4ILY NEWS
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., bej
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN RE&D'
Telephone 53.
u   (I   ftOK 119
New Westminster. r w I
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ADVERTISE
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3SDAY,
APRIL  30,   1SC8.
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IfOSIST
THE CJ.il STORES
T. H. SMITH
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For the Little F
Houses
For Rent...
WHEN IN VM-IVEI
Go to Kyle & Sons tor Amber tea. *j
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
a    B.  C.     Dominion    TrusJ
block. ��*
-i. S. I hi;--, u iin ha -   ieen travelling
through California and the   southern
��� - tor .some time, returned to this
city on Tuesday evening.
t), posite Windsor hotel.
A
ration    ofi
Tomato
>x, Lob*
i
dla.   J
Asters,
Muirhi ad,
Btocks,
Seventh
���
more days, then May Daj   v.;;. ,���, *,,,,,iiy Q0Ura .mil
have made _ aents    this    year   to
Imen     is   con-
ive in this section  a I comprehei  Ive rtmenl
boys' and girls' ready-to v.- iopular prices, Many
i  few
, le.       \\
��� , the needs of all the Uttli
new I.;-, uel and McDonul ! :n II
' on Lulu Islan i will be in operation In
���'..v < mrse ni   the  nex     i wo  weeks,
: u h - vv having now
ed.    A  large quantity    ot
re tied up alongside the Island,
a    their turn to meet the saw.
Five roomed house on Prin-J
Remember   the   shoe R   CeSS   street;   City Water, etc. |
.   m'8 shoe house, Begbie street.  $1(1.00 per month.
** | *
Five roomed house on First
Copai street; city water, etc.   $10.
Six rooms on Sixth street
car line; large garden, lots
B27S  for  oleanin     Dyeing,^    ^itj    city    water,    etc.
repairing.   Opposlt.  Premiei  $22.50   per   month.
*��� I
Six roomed house in West
Sunday End, one block to car
reunion of the congrei
tho   St. Paul's   Reformed    ESpls
, h will be held on May ... to
l< ii all past and presi nt membors
I he congregation are ln\ Ited,
Phone
essing
liotei.
EAT
at thr
Astor iirill
The Largest and  Finest  Equipped   Cafe   In   Western   Canada.
Six   com se   Bug ness    Men's
Luncheon si i ved fro 10 a
in. to '_ p. iu.. (or 30 cent_.
a i.i carte Dinm
to  8   p,  m.
The Astor
147
Grill
-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
N.   PRENTICE,    a.i .
Manager.
, baseball league is being mooted..
!'\  youthful enthusiasts of the game.  Kent $_*.O.UU
'.''earns would be selected to represent
the difficrenf city churches,   an    age
limit being pkced  on playing mem- Phone 170. W
I ers of the clubs. 	
now.
NOTICE
W. J. KERR
minster. P.O. Bos
ic -d over 33}�� per < ent.
I Girls' and Misses'
j Fancy Dresses
I    A : ill range in white In pique
'. lawns,   :n ill i,     batistes,     etc,
Soi     . i '���;  fine 'ace trimming.
Prl,. j from   75c to $10 00
iii* and Misses' Wool
Sailor Dresses
A large and varied assortment   In    navy    and    colored
,-������. panamas, etc.. nicely
trimmed and smartly made.
. .$1.25 to $5.00
Prices from
I he   most   convini Ing
��� ivor of   "B. C" and
- is the cigar it .elf.
argument  in
'Old    Sport"
Girls' and Misses'
Sailor Dresses
A complete ramie of girls' and
misses' sailor and mother hub-
bard dresses - oming in all the
newest fahrics and in all the
latesi    styles.    Over    150     to
led from. Come early and
gel first choice. Prices from
    50c to $3.95
Boys' While Blouses
A   full   line    of  boys'    white
louses,  also children's    tunics
:n   duck,   galatea,    pique,    etc.
Prices from ..50c. 75c, $1, $1.25
A donation of five dollars for    the
children's ward fund has been received
from Portland, the donor being Mrs.
Sj oncer,   nee   .Miss  Irvine.     This  lady
Re\     Dr.   .1.   M.   Wilson, pastor  0f!wus Bl6cted  M:lv Queen  In  1ST... and
thi   South    Bellingham    Presbyterian 1( Is in recognition of the happy times
d arch, will visit Canada for the first enjoyed on that occasion thai she for-
Children's Hats in Endless Variety
S4.75 Girls' and Misses'
Trimmed Leghorns $4.75
Fifty trimmed leghorns with
roses and forget-me-nots, daisies and lily of the valley, etc.
Regular prices are $6.00; from
now till May Day   $4.75
islin and Embroidery
Hals
A manufacturers sample line,
no two alike, in embroidery
linen mull and lawn. Regular
prl i from 75c to $3.50, from
now til] May Day ..50c to $2.65
$2.00 Girls' and Misses'
Flop Hats, $2.00
A full line of flop hats trimmed with flowers, Tibbons and
chiffons. Regular price $3 50,
from now till May Day $2.00
Children's and Misses'
Straw Hats
A glorious showing, every
new design is represented here.
Over 1000 hats to choose from.
Prices from 50c to $1.50
time on Sunday, when he exchanges
pulpits with Rev. .I. S. Henderson,
of S*. Andrew's church, who will on
the same dato pay his first visit to
the Bay City.
,1. H, Brgwnlee, C. E., Dominion aud
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an of
flee in the Gulchon blOfllc. Phone 338. ���
The second baseball match of the
city league, which is to be played at
Queen's park on Saturday afternoon,
between the city team and Columbian
college, promises to be an even and
exciting contest. The city battery will
he composed of Price and peele,
pitchers, and Malcolmson. catcher.
wards the sum stated  above.
Small house (new) on fully cleared
lot;   with magnificent   view of   river
&nd surrounding country;  near   Sap-1
i crlon  car line;   only $700.    Abbott   &
Hyde. **
A special meeting of the city council   will   be   held     this   afternoon     in
order  that  the aldermen  may  meet
! Joseph Martin, K. C, and City Sollol-
! tor McQuarrie  to  discuss  the  action
when he decided io smoke, while engaged iii lighting lis pipe, the oai
lurched, with the result lhal he ��a_
preclpatod down' the embankment,
landing on his face and should'-,. The
inaii was brought to the tram off'ce,
w.tvre. a hurried examination by a
medical man resulted In his being sent
io the hospital for further treatment
No blame is attached to the car crew
in connection with tho accident.
Tho steamer Favorite will run an
c Mansion to Pitt lake, Bridal Veil
falls, on Saturday, .May 2. Leaves
Biiicknian-Ker's wharf at " o'clock,
li' 'urn trip 75 cents. **
Tne time for .receiving tenders for
ilie. construction of a Cruiser for tho
British Columbia  Fisher*     Protection
Service     has     been     extended     from
May isi to June 1st ni i
,t AS OAUDIN,
A rent.
Agency Marine and  Flshei    -
Victoria.   B.C.; April   22,   1908,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?  *
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight atreet
���    NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
|****************************************************
To dispute the
"Brillante" cigars i:
value of quality.
superiority
to  question
of
the
*��
*o be taken to prevent the clubs in
the city selling li.mior without a
license
Buy your May Day tie at Kyle &
Sons; finest assortment in town; 20c
or three for 50c. **
Fancy Straws and  Embroiney Bonnets for Infants.
Silk Embroidery Bonnets for Infants.
******************,**,*******������������********���*���*���***���
T. H. SMITH
Nome of the Hat Beautiful The Store Value Built
a*:fl_i
A meeting of the executive of the
senior lacrosse club will be held this
evening al Ryall's drug store at 8
o'clock. A matter that will probably
be discussed is the resignation of
"Punk'' Wintemute from tlie team.
The question of the team going after
battery  for the  former  will  be  Cor-  the Minto CUP ma-v also be discussed.
bet   and    Munn,   and for the latter,
Sabarln and Mackay.
The lirst and second divisions of
the high school students clash with
the students of the third and fourth
divisions in a fierce baseball match
tonight, commencing at 6 o'clTJbk. The
Dahlias, Geraniums and .all kinds of
[ boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
One of the Sapperton cars yester-
I day afternoon left the track near the
end of the line. Tbe accident was
due to the spreading of the rails. No
damage was done, and a short time
only elapsed before t'he car was again
in service. The mishap was repeated
later in the evening following which
a gang of men were detailed to repair the tr.ack.
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.    Phone 184. ���*
N'ew consignment of silverware just!
&    Sons.    Coupons
every    cash
arrived at  Kyle
given away with
chase.
pur-
��� *
THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE
/ Commenced on Tuesday, April 14,1908
at J. A.Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and just six doors below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shajl more our business location aa soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our Immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right in the new premises as soon as the decorators are through
This is tho chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy-
discount allowed on any artier., you choose to pick out.
?+*+********************* -�� ,<,***********************
FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
:
C. WILLIAMS
t Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
���*   ***+***+++++. *y*.****m**************************
Lawn Grass Seed
o
30c lb
THE  kind  that  grows
I.
Drug Store
The thirteen-year-old daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Holt, of Park avenue,
South Vancouver, died yesterday from
diphtheria, and was buried in the
evening in the Odd Fellow's cemetery,
the remains being brought from Central Park by W. E. Fale3. The case
is an especially sad one, as the brother
of the little girl died only a few days
ago in St. Mary's hospital.
Five hundred different patterns of
washable ties at Kyle & Sons; 20c
each. **
TEL.   7i
JOHN A. LEE
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
The- first of the four new cars promised by the B. C. E.  R.  for the citv
The steamer Favourite will make an
excursion trip to Rainbow Falls, Pitt!
late, on Saturday afternoon, leaving I a,ld Sapperton lines arrived yesterday,
the Brackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. I flesh f,om the car shoP8. and made
This will  he the first    occasion    forj"8 mai(len triP to Sapperton. leaving
I the city at 5:10 p.m.    The car, No.
I 100,  is, if anything,  larger than  No.
I 07, the largest on the line heretofore,
1 and    is    exceptionally well equipped.
nearly two years when a stern-
wheeler will make a trip to Pitt lake,
the repairs to Pitt river bridge having to a considerable extent interfered with navigation throughout last
season. Tickets for the round trip
will cost only six-bits.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. ������
This Week
We are showing
Brushes *
Including
Hair
Cloth
Tooth
Shaving
Face
Hat
Bath
Plate
Hand
imported direct from the best
makers at the best prices. We make
a leader of a twenty-five cent tootn
brush���and will replace any one not
satisfactory.
I No. 6, the smallest of the city cars,
j will be replaced by the new one.
I For $150 down and the balance
I ($1300) payable $15 per month you
may secure a comfortable flw room
I furnished house with good garden,
I sta'.le for three horses. This property
j is close to the car line, ls in good ra-
| pair and affords an opportunity, not
j often found, to buy a convenient cosy
I home on the easiest of terms. White
I & Shiles, 260 Columbia street, city. *���
I Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Are n6w offering for sate 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.       Phone 92.
************************>   *************************
DO IT NOW
Duncan Rodman ,an employee o'f the
B. C. E. R. company, yesterday sustained a dislocated shoulder and a
numf-ef of deep and painful gashes
across the face through falling off a
street car near Albert Crescent. He
is at present lying In the Royal Columbian hospital, where hc will likely
remain for some days. Rodman was
riding on  the  rear end  ot    Ihe    c"_r
Tr
Westminster
^nsfer Co
oin.,
"   ''! '"' 185.      nam 'Phone
Columbia Street
"   ''��� Hvered   promptly
1 art of the city.
137
to
^htandtf.
teavy Hauling
OFFiCE-TRAM DEPOT.
CURTIS'
FRASER RIVER TANNERY ^ ^^ j ^ **m
2,000 Cords Tan .Bark
WANTED
.AT -THE
-ft��
tm"      ADVERTISE
��� IN ��� 1
Mt      DAILY      NEWS
If Vou WANT HELP.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.        /
W. Heath, 1st* of Ottawa. In sharp
of the Optical Dspartma-n-t
We ake
*
Specialists
.. IN..
Infants' Outfits
We sell them Che*.--*1,
can make them
-   Get our prices first.
than you
Stevenson's
'W1  Robson   St.,   Vancouver.
���E��Wyth-nK for Children
HAVE YOU IN8URED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM HUNSOVER
A PRECIPICE, DI.OPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP -.j OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
, MORAL:    DO  it
I INSURE ALL .
8T0CK AGAINST
ANY CAUSE.
HOW.
(OS OF LIVE
S   TH   FROM
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PAGE SIX
THE Daily news.
THURSDAY.  APr,L 30
INDICATIONS POINT TO   roR THE ����-SEW,r��
SKEENA-ILKLEY ROUTE
���ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
Grand Trunk Camps Doing
Very Little Work on Proposed Kitimaat Branch.
To Prepnre PlcUled riK��* Feet.
Clean and scrape thoroughly ten as
twelve piss' feet, souk In cold watt*
for an hour, then scrape again. Place
in a large kettle with two tablespoon
fills of salt and six quarts of boiling
water   anil   simmer   gently   for   fou?
r"lit;: ss���- it? -��-���?rngt8 2 r
In first, then a few slices of onion, than not resertod, may be bomesteaded by
more feet and more onion, lyid so on any person who is the sole head of a
until   all   the  feet   have   been   used,   family, or any male over 18 years of
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed   to
the undersigned, and -endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post Office
Building, Victoria, li. C," will be re-
Any even numbered section of Do-1 celved at this office until Wednesday,
minion  lands In Manitoba, Saskatch
Place two quarts of vinegar In a sep-
:<e     !'.u;> i ���    April     29.���Fourj ftrate saucepan over tlie flre, with one
Trunk  Pacific  railway  survey| qnart of the broth In which the feet
o.i ve been <
ii   TENDERS   addressed to
signed, and ( ndorsed "Tend, r
SOCIETIES
I. 0   0. F.-AMITY UODC
The regu.ar mee*,,       . . J-��~
ire held in, i!:,
bia street, ,,
���tt S o'clock. ' '������'���-���
>oked, half a dozen cloves.
bfead, Indian meal or cracker crumbs
nnd broiled for tour minutes on each
. Mo and served with sauce piquant or
dipped In frying butter and fried ln
hm ter.
���    ,cation work betweeu. a'half teaspoonful of mustard, a table
aiug  canyon  and   Hazelton would j spoonful whole peppers, two bay leaves
to lm Icate thai the Skeena and and two tablespoonfuls of sugar.
i   ��!-,.���  r.^.,n,.  to a good scald, pour over the pigs'feet
.    ei   river  route    ad been  finally *     _,     ,    ' , ,    ,
and set the jar away m a cuol place.
'  '   ' It take, several days for the feet to
.-,���'������   from  Copper   ��river    state  become ptckled.   Tigs'feet prepared In
that     Foley,  Welch    &    Stewart    are   tuis w;ly may De spi*t ������ two, wiped
.. .   camp  in that  vicinity,    and   dry, dipped In melted butter, then In
tt_e work is being done on
he  | roposed  Kltamaat    branch.      In
[act, a shallow cut, about half a mile
Ion;        all  there Is to show for the
on's worn*.   The camp is short   of
,   i- ns, wiih no prospect of getting
thi r supply    in    until thc    first
mer  arrives  up  the  river.
\  -hurt  time ago Hie men'., wages
.   reduced to $1.75 per day, from
which  $5  per week was deducted for
I,     Fifteen   men   quit   work     last
���    .    :i account of this reduction, anil
the general Impression is it. was made
tn force the men to quit,    thus    doing
away with the necessity of discharging
ihf m.
SETTLERS GO   INTO
THE   NECHACO   VAL^^Y
Cnrnl slies.
Tried sausage <)������ forcemeat balls for
roast turkey, eapon or fowl.
Fennel for mackerel nml salmon, el
ther fresh or pickled.
Lobster coral and parsley for boiled
fish.
Currant jelly for game; also for eus-
tnnl or bread pudding.
Seville  oranges.   In   slices,   for   wild
luck, pigeons, teal fend such game.
Mint, either with or without parsley,
for roast lamb, whether hot or cold.
Tickled   gherkins,  capons  or  onions
for some boiled m^nts, stews, etc.
A red pepper or small red apple for
the mouth of a roast pig.
Spots of red and black pepper alter-
I nated on the fat side of a boiled ham,
Ashcroft,   April   29.���Very   quietly, -which side --should lie uppermost on the
ithout  any    particular    flourih'u    of serving dish,
tl impets such   us   sometimes  attendfe      Sliced eggs, showing the white nm.
a stampede to a new country, Mr. W. yellow parts, for chicken salad.
P.   Groesbeck   conducted   an   advance
.   ,        ,..       ,, Kitchen  H'lps.
. lardof fifteen Into Ashcroft. Mr. | Ca_n)t_ s,KmM ,.p _nt ... slice_ ,_..
-, icsbeck is the British Columbia, gteafl of (,(]1|(,. because the outside
��� on agi nt for Washington, Ore- j <jarker part Is richer ami better, and if
.<. a, Idaho and .Montana, and makes put In slices it Is more equally di.strib-
his headquarters iu Spokane, Wash,    j uted.
The fifteen men who accompany him     Bacon should be soaked In water for
.      experienced ranchers and are sen.i ^ree   or   .' .,������   ,���;i.-.-..,   .,,.���:���..   I.,ln��
out at an advance guard by a colony
ol some 200 who will follow ,as soon
as  in .   receive
men.
This party headed by Mr. Groesbeck
. II .��� ave Ashcroft in a couple of days
���  : QuesnO),  from    there    they    will
:  How  the telegraph trail to the sur-
on the Lower Necba!co river where
��� ad   to   take   tip   preemptions
. 160 acres apiece, Prominent among
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a dominion Lands Agency or sub-
Brlng ] agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plaus*
(1) At least *ix months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint!
ownership In land will not meet this
requirement.
(31
SEAL
Apr.l 22, 19US, inclusively, for the con- j the uude
struction of the alterations to the Post, for heating    Tost    Office, Vancouver,
Office Building at Vlctofta, U. C. |b   C," will be received at this office
Plans and specification can be seaa until Saturday, April 25, 1908,  Inclu-
and forms of tender obtained at this| glvely, for the construction of a heat
Department and on application to William Henderson. Esq., Resident ArchL
teet, Victoria, B. ���'.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
and  signed with  their  actual    sign.i-
tUlTS.
���A. O. U. W._FRASF
���.Meetings the firs
R LO.
Gt N
day
o. .
Tues
nntl, .* UCS*
brethren cordlallv
Lodge room,
fellows'  blo< I.   i bri11' Odd-
ing system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans and specification can be .    i
and  forms of tender obtalne! on  application at this Department, from \V.
Henderson,  Superintending  architect,
Victoria, li- C, and from Mr. Chai i .
Tossell,  Clerk  of  Works,  Vancouv-i r,
Each  tender must bo accompanied I g y(
by an accepted cheque on a charter 3d (     peraons tGI1(ler;Ilg are aotlfied  lh:ll
bank, made payable to the order of the | ffin(lers w,u IU)l ,,., f.on.sj(le;.-d unless
loci    ci
reel
JOURT BRUNETTE, M0  tZt
-Meets the  Fourth Tr,n0'9','lO'F'
month   at   8   o'clocl
hall, Oddfi . the small
��AURoTRFOY.?,LCCL.MBl^o.��i
";.s��i.:[g,,;:';:'       J5
and Fourth Tuesd
.at s "��� "'* '��
Honorable the Minister of Publlo
Works, equal to ten per cent, (lu p.c.)
of the amount of thi lender, whlch
wIII e forfeited If thi person tendering decline to enter inio a contrae.
wh- n called iij on to do so, or fail to
complete the. work contracted for- If
the tender he nut accepted the oheq ie
will be rei urned.
The Department does not bind i's if
to accept the lowest or any tender
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
i '
Secretary.
If the father (or mother, if the i Department of Public Works,
made on the  printed  form  supplied.
snd   signed   With   their   actual   signa-;
' tures.
Each  tender  inu.-i   , e  accom] anli
>v an accepted cheque on a chartered
J bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable   the   Minister   of   Public!
' Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c I
of the  amount,  of  the  tender,  which
will be fort- I eJ If the person tender
! Ing decline to enter  into a contract
hen called upon to do so, or if he f   I
[<��� complete the work contracted r' r.
.'f the tender be nol    accepted    lh<   |
cheque will  be  returned.
The Department d;>es not bind Itself
FRATERNAL- ORDER   OF   EAGLES
Aerie No. 20    M   ���
evening at   -
hall,   Columb i
W.   I'les ;   11
-   .
fHE   ROYAL  TEMFLARS OF TEN"
perance meel   -
at   8  o clock   p.   ni..
hail. Col .:.,  I
-I
��ONJ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLF .
CAMP, 191.-.Me ���   .     ���      :. \LZ
Third Tuesdaj  ol	
K. ol P. hall, .    .
father is deceased) of a homesteader j Ottawa, March 19, 190S.
nas permanent residence on farming |    Newspapers will not ne jiaid for this
laud  owned  solely   by   him,  not  less   advertisement if they insert it without  t0 accePt tue lowest or any tender.
than eighty (80)  acres In extent, in authority from the Department. By order,
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-1 FRED, GELINAS,
on  a homestead  entered  for by him _.  Secretary.
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father  (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive o' the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement
NOTICE.
O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No, 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Fi :.L..
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting       I -,:  ....
t-e made welcome,   J   -       ,., ��� .
N. ii.: ('. ]���:. Osl orne   I        record,
ing secretary.
"������epartment of Public Works.
Ottawa. March 12, 19<*S
IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE   RAIL- 	
WAV ACT. tod In the matter of the | New8papera wU] r.,r be .,���,, fo.. ., ,
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon j advertl8emenI If they Insert it without
Railway Company and of the Van
(5)    A   homesteader   intending
couver,   Victoria  and  Eastern   Hallway and   Navigation Company.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN that
to j under the provisions of Section :!C1 of
���i.thority from the Departine-**
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Ked Itose Degree meets .-��� ind and
Fourth Wednesday nr , ������ --v
In K. of P. Hall, fiolumbia St., at
S p. m., Wbite Rose Dej ���-. Fourth
Wednesday in each mi ��� ih. 6ame
time and place.
fried to prevent the fat from running.
In order to prevent milk from burn
ing while being boiled rinse tbe sauce
and
i a Hi tie fresh butter before
pouring in tbe milk.
report  from  these  ���.m  thoroughly  with  cold  water
rub it wi
S_ii<tu   for  JInnil   "When   rookliijj.
How often does the housewife burn
her hand while working over a hot fire
preparing the meals'.- Probably on un
average once a -day. It may be tho
lard that flies tip or the steam from
:. nice guard are C. F. Lohnert, j the kettle scorches the fingers when
.. i   McDermott,  and  J.   L.   Saxton.'she prods the potatoes with a fork to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be'given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY,
\2^s
TENDERS
TENDERS addressed to the under-
all of Washington.
Hopeless.
T) ���  ��� *-oson now la utmost o'.r
Wl -     ro rweed drives to fury.
iti- sm   sing victims by*tho ;--.oro
Con-..  :-..:. ei I   Without a Jury.
see If they are done or in stirring th��
preserves.  A Mississippi Inventor, real-
When from hay fever we are fri!.
To boast would be nn orror,
For prlp on hand next day will be
To keep us all In terror.
Reform Spelling.
Maybe the president thinks he hie-
discovered something new in roforn
spelling, but the self made man ma*.
come to the front one of these day*
modestly claiming that he saw it first,
There may be some good reason w!i;
we should spell a word one way and
pronounce It another way, but It '.���.-
quires a college education to dlseovei
the reason, and not nil of us have tiim
for that.
For example, is there any one wh.
thinks we are doing something brlglit
when we go way around tbe bush am
turn a few handsprings on tbe lawn t
spell yachf when we could come at It'll
SUCb a Simple and direct manner le
Just spelling it "yot" anil telling tliOai
who didn't like our way of spelling i-
Ko and fall off a barn? This is one o1
the reforms that has been overdue f ������
several centuries and there is not t!n
slightest danger that tbe common p*->
pie wlll get sore about It.
Walking on the Crust,
English scientists who have measu-Pi.
It In their minds estimate that thi
earth's crust is forty-five miles thick
While tbat does uot seem like a verj
long distance on tbe earth's surface, it
a man Is on the ears riding on a pass
It is quite a distance down If one had tr
��llK it with a spade.
To the ordinary lazy mnn tbe post
hole two feel deep seems far enongl
If not too far to go down Into the
bowels of the earth. If told b> dip
down forty-five miles he would throw
up bis bunds, his spade and his jol
and look for employment that was p
great deal more like fishing.
II Would be nice to get down .mule-
the crust to see what is there. M-ybc
we are living on t ��� of n l Ir plo. V,'' i
knows? llowtv.-. th -t i not what tin
scientists think T. >���* su; *ii.-<* <". .v
below Is " ������"(jing flre, s "���<__. * ���>. .''etivj
men should le careful as at b., ,-., ���������
Jump cn the e.-i..(.
the Railway Act, an application  will
be made to the Board of Railway Com-
missioners  tor Canada, at tlie. Court
Room of said Commissioners, at the
City  of Ottawa,  at eleven o'clock in
tin.' forenoon, on TUESDAY, the l.th
daj of May, A, D. L908, for a recommendation to the Governor in Council  signed at Ottawa, In Bealed envelopes
tor the  sanction  of  a  certain  agree-  and marked on the envelopes "T
ment  dated   the  26th  day  of  March,   for New Cruiser for British Columbia,"
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. ' ,\..  i)   \'M\s,  mad...    i tween  the  Van-   will he received up to the
couver,  Westminster and  Yukon   Rail FIRST DAY  OF  MAY  NEXT,
way Company of the one part, andlfor the construction .it a twin ���    ���
tha Vancouver, Victoria and  Eastern steel   cruiser for  fisheries   protei
Railway and  Navigation Company of service in British C ilum ia waters, of
the other part, providing for the sale   the    following     leading    dhnen     a
by   the   Vancouver,   Westminster  and   namely    length    over    all    250    feet,
Yukon  Railway   Company  to  and   the  breadth of beam moulded '.2 feet, and
purchase  by   the  Vancouver, Victoria' depth from top of keel plate to top ol
Eastern  Railway and  Navigation   beams at side 17 fe. t, and to be de-
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the  Union Lo :
P. and A, M.; King So
No. 17, A. P.  and  A.  M
No. HBO; L. O. L., N'o
Sapperton, No, _6. I, I.
V.,   Courl V, ���   ���
Brotherhood of Ow's, .'.-
N. B.��� Gnauthorlzes publication A
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
PROFESSIONAL,
NORMAN  BOLE
rlster and Sollc
ers,   Canadian   Banl    i
.  ding, X. w v, ,->���:.,: i
W,
A.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
1LLER,    BAR! '-.:;:   I
licltor,  etc.,    42   L ri     -   -'.j
opposite Court House, N'< ��������� '���       '��� |
-ter.   Phone U3.
R*. lot il and the north half of lot 1", j ane
block A, Government Office Gardens, j.Company from the said the Vancou-' livered at Victoria, B. C.
ver, Westminster and Yukon Railway;    plan8   ;iml   specifications
W
New Westminster City-
A certificate of Indefeasible title to Company, of all that portion of the steamer can be seen at the Depart-
the above property will be issued to undertaking and properties of the | fnenfof Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day | Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon; at the offices of the Collectors of Cus-
6t May, 1908, unless in the meantime Railway Company, consisting of the \ ioms at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
a valid objection thereto be made to: lir��e of railway in the City of Vancou- | wood, Midland, Vancouver and Syd-
me in writing by a person or persons ! ver described In said agreement and ney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
claiming an estate or interest therein, Irrom the City of Vancouver to tlie City ' Department of Marine and Fisheries at
or in any part thereof. | of N'ew Westminster, and in the City '. Montreal,    Quebec,    St, John,  N.  B-,
C. S. KElTh, 0. New Westminster, and all lines of, Halifax, N. S., and Charlotfetowii. P.
District Registrar of Titles,   railway connecting It with the bridge | E. I.
Land Registry Office, New West- j ��ver the Fraser river at .New West- \ The same plans .and specifications
minster, B.C., April S, 1908.
HITESIDE  &   EDMO.'JDS, ::-'"������
ters and solicitors, i...    ���  h--
Columbia  street,   New    Wi  ' ;      'J
of   this  W. .1. Whiteside, H. L Edmonds,
M
AKTIX.  WEART & M QUAR1U8I
Barrlstors, solicitors, et   Offices,!
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Clarckson and Lome Btrets. VancoH
ver, rooms 21, 24, 415 Granvhlestreel
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W.i
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. MrJ
Martin wil be In the WeBtmini |
offices every Friday afternoon.
/"���EOROE E. MARTIN. Barrister snd j
HAND OUABU.
Iztng that these mishaps could ba
avoided, bas patented a guard thnt affords the housewife the protection
needed. It was desired to be applied
mainly to kitchen utensils���such at
forks, spoons, cake turners nnd similar
utensils���to protect the hand used lo
grasping the utensil. This gtinrd Is conical in form aud Is made of sheet metal, it is so constructed that lt can be
removed from one article and attached to another and need only be used
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 18S7, New Westminster City to J. Wilson, conveyance
in fee.
(b) 6th August, 1S88, .1. Wilson to
T. It. Mclnnes, conveyance In fee.
(c) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes to Florence Blanchard Dole,
conveyance in fee.
W. NOR.MAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
minster, and all rights arising out of jean be procured  by application  from  "Ij ""solicitor. "Guichon' block, Cclum-I
any  order  of  the  Board  of Railway ! the     Department     of     Marine     and   f la and McKenzie streets. New West |
i Commissioners   for  Canada,   pertain- j Fisheries up to the First Day of May   minster, fl. C,
ing to the maintenance or operation ; next and at the agency of the Depart-
of the said lines of railway or any of'ment of Marine and  Fisheries, Vlc-
them, and all other property, real or, torla, B. C.
personal, acquired for or held by or, Each tender must ue accompanied
In trust for or on account of the said j by an accepted bank cheque equal to
lines of railway or any of them. j 10 per cent, of the whole amount of
DATED this 27th day of March, A.; the tender, which cheque will be for-
D* 1008* felted if the person sending the    ac-
JAMES JEFFREY. Cepted tender declines to enter into a
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barrier. Solicitor I
and Notary Public, I�� -jractlp. sIscH
1891 at New Westml"*'-*"- *r-  0I
flees removed to C-rtls Block,Clarfc
son   street, opposite   Court House,j
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
W
{Secretary
minster
j >any.
of   the   Vancouver,   West- ! contract with the Department or falls  corner     Columbia
F.  HANSFORD.   BtUT��ttfJ
Solicitor, etc., Crescent blocW
and    McKeB*i<|
md  Yukon Railway Com.
when   so desired.    Free  access  ls  nf- I
forded  for the band,  so thnt the fork
or spoon can be manipulated with as '��� Ban-* of Commerce Building
much ease us if without the guard.        i '
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
NOTICE
Leave New Westminster 8:36
I5:lf., 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
12:45, -''.-'JO, IS:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives
11:35,
10:25,
12:45,
A  Good  D_Mln_�����<..i_iit.
Dissolve one-half dram of nitrate ot
lead In one pint of boiling water. In
another vessel dissolve two drams of
common salt In eight or ten quarts of
cold water. When both mixtures ars
thoroughly dissolved, mix them togeth
er and let them settle. A cloth saturated with the liquid nnd hung up In ���
room will a^ once sweeten a fetid at- I leaves 15:15.
niosphere.    Toured down n sink   wa-
ter closet or drain or on any decavlnf |    QREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
matter or offensive object. It will bav�� j Lv- N- w- 9-20 a>m-: ar- Seattle 4 n.m.
the same result Lv> N- w- 4,3B P-m'< ar- Seattle 10 p.m.
-��� ! p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till V p. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
tame hours
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
arrive Gulchon 6 p.m.
Leave Gulchon 6 a- m , arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
to complete the steamer.   Tenders on  6trefjts, New Westminster !*������
letter paper will be considered. .
The Department does not bind itself   BOARD  OF TRADE.���New   Wl   ::
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
V and Fisheries.
Canada,  14th   March,  1908-
19
Never   Mix   Cider   and   Vinegar.
Sweet cider should never be added
to old vinegar, because the acetic acid
In the vinegar will prevent the sugar
In the cider from being converted Into
alcohol, nnd consequently the result
will be a very poor quality of watery
vinegnr, ��� Farming.
To Mend Porcelain  Pot*.
Porcelain ware can be soldered as
faslly as tinware by adopting the following method: Brush over the edges
��f tbe holes to be mended with shollnc,
both Inside nnd outside, and Immediately apply the molted solder, wlii.b
ivlil adhere firmly.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
one (1) month from the date hereof
application will be made to the
Govornor-in-Council under Chapter ... v
115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, d '
1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
to be constructed by the Victoria Terminal Railway and Ferry Company
over the Serpentine river on the line
of the said company's railway between
Blaine and Olivers in the Province of
British Columbia; and also for ' approval of plans of a bridge to be constructed    by _ the   Victoria   Terminal
Railway and Ferry Company over the J IqU.pment" that of "the Chicago, Mil
Nicomekl river on the line of the said1 Waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
company's railway between Blaine and : own and overate their own sleeping
Olivers in the said Province of British j and ."**" v* :Ts on alii their traips and
Columbia. Plans of each of the said i fr* '' ' - trons an exce,Jence of
bridges and descriptions of each of I ,ervi'' ' * btainable elscwh��e-
the sites thereof have been deposited &��� -*��� ROWE�� General Agent.
with >the   Minister  ���f  Public  Works, | '** TWrd St" COr A,'W V��rtUnd' ��T
and In the Land  Registry   Office    at
New  Westminster,  British  Columbia.
Dated   this   1st  day  of  April   A.D.,
1908.
A. II- MacNEILL,
Solicitor for the Applicant*,
ster Board of Trade   meet    [  :: I
Board Room, City Hall, ai to   ������;
Second   Wednesday ���:���,:��� �����"* "J
Quarterly   meetings on th. i*_,;���*
Wednesday    of    February,    ><���  _
at 8 P. "-j
.('I    "J
:-��� v'.[
,1   &W
"The Milwaukee
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains  in  the   service  on  any
railroad  in the  world that equal in
August and November,
Annual   meetings   on   the
Wednesday    of     February.
members    may    he   prop<
elected at any monthly or 0"-'" ' *
meeting.    A. E. White, S��.
tar
ADVERT'.SE      "Ml
��� IN  ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM ii"-^
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City M'lis*
7���Carnarvon and Tpu |
8���Royal avenue and _W>��
9���Fifth aveuue and '���'*���?"'
12���St. -Mary's He#pi*"-
.3-Second and Park Bow.
14-00lumbla and Dufferln
15-Sapperton h
23���Queen's avenue nn.'
,24-   .- rd avenue and Second.
'SB-Fifth  -v~��e and ^
26���Fifth avenue and     *
27���Third avenue and leu   ���
_2���Agnes and Sixth.
M-Schnnke Machine ��*
sr^columbla and M$*m
3f(_C.P.R  3"��,,oyV. 7fjO#
L, I..U!. kills
ssiww
-  . -.   |M time like the prf_e
.   .-:����v��r, very quest
���^"pOM-T PROCRA9TINATE unt
= e you will have to proci
.   fc. the most desirable prop;*-.,,
.--u--..-.    DOT     IK.    Tui
_..t-_ ourchasers  BUT  IN THE
prospe-- - - h
.  | i .gated on first stpee
p.---:- ". ver and the Pitt Mourta
' uer��  Nearly every lot faces on a 66
I   . too small for your purp.s
c of which are absurded'y low.
but more especia
-ch longer.
. _ go up _r *
:.  CAN B
: ..       N< ..  .. estrr nctei    WE
I.ER.   HEART  OF THE BEST  RES
���    .-    BECC NC   .-:   THIRD   AV
also see ���*    the i-ACRO
I   si -.   has   a   iane   at   the
���    ce and have
-. . ..RE THE ONLY
end Building?
My Ctoei . r,piy tt budding operations at this moment.    l_UM6��.<. HAS   GONE   DOWN   to  a   very  _**tWlsWng
Labo-   i i ..; nuch tower and more avs   aWe than it was this time last year.    Make inquiries and convm,-   | i i
i
E  ;- -. j; STANCE TO VOU.   We hair been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  ot what  is beyond the  least si
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE .SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use Taney  names  in  order te     tt
DENTIAL SECTION   OF   TH��� CITY.
ENUES.    FACING  ON THE  BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEVS PARK,   it commands a magnifu* ent view
SSE MATCHES and Other sports without going out of the house.    Be sure to look at thaw lots before buying else
rear    Below   s a pla*. of the property   w ��� . ' I GUI OU* ���'   ���* take with   you ��-. ��� ��� Ou go to pick nut your lot.
just as la-ge a frontage as you want.     If you cannot aford to bu.      '���* '^-ing on the   Park  look  at the  [��keV   lots.
r      M IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
FOURTH    /li/�� /V U'�� .
A. W.  McLeod
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CONDENSED STORIES.
An   OV-nto-  Whc   W��_  W   'ing  to   Pay
tr   Be Hen.d.
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. a   ���   . has
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I [fcer.   It is saiJ of 1 im that
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member o. i_ ihov
M a.t,
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Em or y    Street
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE glvert With every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
AUSO
facjn    Fourth Avenutf tfelween  Pine and Third  6t_.   House is seven roomed with modern Improvements.
t_.xlot.an    a    ^ |o| co(.ner of sixth $trwt an..-i  Fourth Avenue.    Price 11200,
McQUARRIE & CO. fjy**^
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
IJiSp:
at(*ed by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a* m.; close 8 a. m,
Bu
m��8 nnd Brattle, via Huntlngd'-n
Dlspatrhed  by  li- 9^^^^^^^^^
Co., 7:4:. a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.   1.  dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received M am.
Dispatched by (J.N.R- OtM. 8 IE am.-
Nicomekl.  Port  Rei'-.
Pralrte,    Bonae-
Eiectr.c raftwaj "-������    Bonacord Wednesdays
a;1 ���   Stat .--lays.
Mills,
toy; ii
"  ;*.'".   1.   dally   exceiit  Sui
'���'���mon   No,   1,  daily  exc-pt
Un,la.v    Kails Received at 6:35 p.m.   cept Sunday
Cloverdale,
' I!a/.elmere.     llall'l
cord. Blaine   and   battle   (all   poiara
In   Washington   and   south,    also  a..
olnts in eastern  states).    !���*.  ex-
Return
|.0
T .esdays and Thursdays;
r ebea.1 Wednesdays and Sa .nr-
ii>_    Retain mall received Mondays
md Friday*,
-.1  by  B. C. Electric railway,
ifl ��� tat
vicvuver Xo.  2;   -/Ictofia, No  t;
Central   ParK.   dally   except S*adaj.
mallj re��ivaJi   ttstaa m*Wv*a*i**i4 at 2 p.M.
DlBpntclied by carrier, i:i3 o. tn.:
I'.ast Burnaby, dnlly except Bunday.
Return malls received a* l:in p. m.
Dlspstehed by carrier 18 HO noon:
Tlmbeilsnd; Bt.atvl.erry HU1,   Tuea.
day. nnd FrU-ftys.   Raitt��#?fieilB   x*>
calved Tuesdays and Frtdaya.
Dispatched by C. P. R- noat, 1:30 p.m.
daily   fcloses daily at th* same
time during tr-nte*-* nionths:
tadner,    Westham    Island,    Port
���   - !���   i ���**�����������
Oulcbon. Steveston, Sunbury. dallv
exeept Sunday.. Return malls received from ? a. m. to 11 a. in.
Woodwiu*t||, Wednesday and 8ato^
day. RetBff mail on Wednesdays and
Satttrdayin^.
Burnata^:ilake.    Return    nail    fi
p     :9
Dlspatei^fby G.N. Fyier. �� a. *%.i
To eouAern   potnrs,   daily *s*m$rl
[Sunday.   Retuia mall 11 p. m,
"OKRTI.V.MKK,    I    _>tttt_B   VO   R.T    *    T***
VOKWa "*���
loft lie begat) talkm*., and a.ler having b-'i".. t\\te* weeks ai sea ho was
.till talking when the ship got in.
1-arroll allo..<.o.i a meeting ona
nif-.hl last winter in Washington
which was onllo.. for the purpose of
raising nionoy to purchase a site for
the Ueorjje Washington university.
Several persons made speeches, but
llarrett was overlooke... Finally ha
took the floor.
"Gentlemen," said he, "I desire
to say a few words."
"Yes, yes, John," shouted some
one, "but we want to get through
tonight!"
"What 1 desired to say at tha
outset was," continued Batr-ttt,
"that I will pay $2 per minute for
every minute I talk.
He talked fifty minutes and con*
tributed his check for $100 to tha
fund.���St. I/ouis Republic.
Th* Rule Savtd Him.
Marcus Aurolius Smith, Arisonaa
delegate to congress, is the president of ,a hunting club in  North
Carolina known ��* the Smithsonian,
The   Arizona   statesman   owns   a
hunting box in the Tar Heel State
and goes there every two or three
weeks for recreation.   The club has
but two rules, which are that every
member must do juBt what he wants
and shall not do what he doee pot
like or want to do. Recently a member was held to have violated one of
these rules, and thc elub was taking measures to expel him.    Tha
accused promp.'y invoked th|t rule
which dedarw _Lftfr\\A member shall
be re,iuired io do anything he doee
not like or does not want to do.
Delegate Smith sat ai the court 5*
final appeal.   He held that ^�� ^*��
wns sufficient. ^ ^^ ^JJJJ
membeY wtl MvflrJ becaun0 ho Stood
on his rights at prescribed by the
rule stated. He did not wanl to bt#
expelled, and therefore he could
not be.
Wanted te <_��t fven.
Alfred H. Love, the pence advocate, had been protesting in Philadelphia against the great quantity
of military features in preparation
for the JameitOWn exposition.
"Heally," he concluded, with a
smile, "one would think thnt the
whole world was animated nnd kept
progressing by n spirit of hatred
and revenge nnd bitter enmity."
Then he told this story:
"A pale, wan woman 09 her death-
boil said in n weak voice to her htie-
Imnil:
" 'Henry, if I die promise me one
thing.'
" '< iladly, my poor darling. What
is it I am to promise?'
" 'Promise mo that you will marry Mary Simpson.'
"The man started.
'""Rn./ he said, 1 thought you
tutted her.'
" 'I do, Henry/ the dying woman
whisf-eved. 'I want to get even
with her." "	
Wntr* He Oat Them.
William J. Flynn, the Becret ier?
ice agent, was discussing n certain
German burglar alarm with 0 New
York reporter.    .
"It was this alarm," snid Mr.
Flynn, with a laugh, "that n thiek-
eet man called on a hardwire dealer
���bout.
" 'I'd like to sell you cheap 40ft
burglar alarms/ tbe man sail).
"���A.* yc. * . !..r������f^'�����fll������e^?, th��
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THURSDAY.  APR,L J(
1908.
A Hardm..n.    A.James.   J. McClurjrian
uinniiiiT n ��� [Croquet Sets
HARDMAN & CO. | Lacrosse Sticks   I
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
OPPENHEIMER ESTAFE
!     FINALLY WINS OUT
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE /-.GENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
AT
Long Drawn Out Suit Instituted by E. A. Jenns For
Share of $50,000 is Lost.
���rout Mreet    irust diock ^ m j
Applications Wanted  IVlOlf ��Jf S
Applications will be received by the
Igned up 'i' 5 p. m. of Thursday, the 30tti inst., for the poslUon of
P   indkeeper.    Salary $65 per month*
Duties to commence on May 1, 1908.
W. A- DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Citj    : ill, April 25, 1908.
R, MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and  Ho( Wafer Fillers, Elf.
R tpairs of till kinds given Bpecial at-
ti ntion. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A .'!77
'rront St. New Westminster
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST  CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
.\. w Westminster branch P. O.
Box  545.
COLUMBIA STREET
i
Vaacouvi r, .prll in.���The full court
today decided in favor of the trustees
of the estate ol David Oppenheimer,!
allowing Iheir appeal against t.ie recent decision of Mr. Justice Clement,
who held In favor of E. A. Jenns.
Chief Justice Hunter ;,nd Justices
riving and Morrison, In allowing the
appeal, dismissed ihr action, declaring
���i was nol maintainable, the Westminster .<��� Vancouver Tramway company, as a shareholder of which Mr.
Jet.a- sued on behalf of all other
shareholders, nol being a patty to
the suit,
in LS'JC, the assets of the old iram-
way ��*..:; 11 > r111.. were taken over by the
l.j iish Columbia Consolidated Electric Railway �� Light company, and
the legislature passed a Bpecial act
n spi ctlng the deal, The decision today declares thai Jenns cannot hc a
plaintiff agalnsl the trustees In view
if that, deal and the legislation connected With It. The point was not
raised at thc trial.
Mr, Jenns sought a division of the
$50,000 which the trustees recervSlJ In
! settlement of the old suit against the
I directors  of the tramway    company,
��� The appeal was allowed without costs.
Mr.   Charles  Wilson,   K.C.,  appeared
: tor the trusters, Mr.  it. L.  Reld, K.
0., and Mr'. D. C. Wallbrldge for the
facial, scalp, or body treatments given' phiintiff nnd  Mr.   Joseph  Martin.  K.
For Your Chicles
HEALTH
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
,:,;/., ��� Wm ������'"',;''���'
This is the time to
buy a
LAWN
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL  BEARING
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B-   C.
MANY  NEW STYLES IN
FOR THE GIRLS
our millim i    department bat  been  ;
trimming       i     iy approprlati  ...
ray of low and medium priced .   ���
cannot   ui' ir !  to buy elsewhi re ll j  u     . h the u o
'|i ;,-.i  .' li.'.   M ke your selection     , i-.
dainty hats ;    fi om  	
Children's
PARASOLS
Dainty little parasols foi the
Ftrall | rl 3ome are co.
w'.'V fanc*i muslin, some with
pilled percales, others with
.". panose Ilk; ��� '' colors, Prices
i.itige from ' 35c to $1 20
Neat Wash Coats.
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���   coal   b .
mtrastl I
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iti     Hi.   1:1
" " 5" range 8
1    $2,00 t: ^4.50
lln your own home.    Also manicuring.   (<-
For en.*?flgement ring no A 339.
for third parties
C M E, A P !
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Daily the wise men call upon us and say: "What have wnlch t^e
you got cheap?'' Now here is something we can recom- their respe
mend for a good subdividing
money can be made out of it:
1 �� O  Acres
Settle    Sport    Differences.
Aid. Garrett .chairman of the parks
conlfblttee ol the city council, met a
number of the. members ol  'he base--
..a.l and   lacrosse clubs   lasl   evening
al   Queen's   Park,  with   the  intention
| of bringing about an arrangement by
tae   two   clubs   could   practice
lective game., without, clash-
mend for a good subdividing proposition and a barrel of  "     The Lasebuiiers, complain the
lacrosse  men, on    Tm--day    evening
used a portion ot tlie grpund that hasj
been uewly laid with turf In prepara-'
Hon for  'iie  Victoria Day game, and
iv li ch even the lacrosse players theni-
elves   nave   refrained     from     using.
Another complaint is that nu___.L
boys from the college and elsewhere
play mi the ground and cul it up. The
mi i ting came to an amicable arrange- j
ment   whereby    the   baseballers   will]
confine themselves to tbe pari of the
Only 3 miles from Xew Westminster at the absurdly low
figure of S50 per acre. Note the terms: One-
third cash; balance.in I and 2 years, at (5 per cent.
Malins, Coulthard k Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Condensed
Advertisements
LOST    Betwe* n Central Park and the
1. o.  0.   P. e< metery, brown cloth
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return
to Da:ly News Office
-
POUND   -Sum of money on Saturday.
Owner ca a   retf  ve infoi mal Ion    at
this office.
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WANTED���Young lady, wish.. situation as waitress; . xperienced. Apply  Box 696,  New  Westminster.
TO RENT���Large front room, furnished; vicinity of convent on Agnes
street.    Hox 216.
POR  SALE���Typewriter   (Caligraph),
.   :i  ; ..  si en al Arrow    Press.    $10
for qul< k sale,
 v	
LOST    Pair of gold rimmed    glasses
��� en opera house and corner of
First    and    Third   streets,    Kinder
i lease return to News office.
NEW UNDER-GARMENTS
For Young and Old
The new summer Knitted untteiwear is 1    .   In   '-
and the i'-:.. .-t lisle as well as the ,   . r       immer weigh
Children's White Cotton Und-t vests���      :,_ h,,
bIzi s.    Eai h  	
15c tt
Children's    Nazareth   Waists    la
Kaeli   	
enl    w
Lad.es'   Cotton   Undervests���l',:<h   	
. ,10c to :r-:
Ladies'  Lisle Thread   Undervests.���1
a ll houl si
:   .
grounds  that   has not  heen  specially 'I'*'  RENT -Furnished  rooms suitable
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tixed, ani the chairman of the paraS
committee   will give  instructions  that
the  college  and  ether   hoys  will  not
- he allowed  to  play on  the oval.
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(New Things in
Picture Post Cards
.H.
I    ^ Souvenirs at
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J.J. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS  STATIONERS  NEWS DEALERS
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RAISULI   ADVERTISEp
AS  DEAD  OR ALIVE
for  I ght  housekeeping.    Apply    to
Alex. Speck, Columbia  street.
1
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TO    RENT���A    small    three    roomed,
���house;   electric li^ht  and city w.ati-r.
Apply   t\   0.  Box   587,   New   West-
minster.
*
BUSINESS CHANCES���I have  flOOO
to      invesx     in      an      established
business  which will give me posi-j
tion of bookkeeper or salesman at!
reasonable salary.   Address Box 88,1
.New Westminster.
Paris, April l'i).���A news agency
here has what purports to be eon-
Brmatioh of the report of Raisuli's assassination.    According to this iufor-
"..atioii fue  bandit was ambushed by J      	
a uumber of Leymes tribesmen while; WANTED���To buy new and 8econJ
returning to his home from a native | hand furniture. Pianos and organs
feast offered in his honor. Other re- j tuned and repalred< Speck & Cran.
ports express doubt as to the truth of, delI> Front BtrBet near tram offlce
tbe rumors. ___-____________________��_..._________.__..___.
Girls' Tub Dresses
Dozens of appropriate knock bout
colore i ���. .   81 s; just the kind thai
We v er   careful In choosing the mal
will    fml    in   our showing   of cl    Iren's   garments
Materials are duck, drill, galati   . 0                           en, plqii
print, 1 it. a   batiste and Bilk;  art I ,l  ���      es are hen  I
to I'6 years of age, ' Price range   -       ���    ling to    ze    and
from    65
.
Merry Widow Neckwear
dust   arrived,   live,   dozen   em.'u ..;.:���:. d
Merry  Widow  styles;   made  wit'i   bandy
style collar.   Each 	
awn
riuui
md
Fasteners suitabi
W.S.CoIlister&C.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
lhs LONG DISTANCE
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I WtDDING     PRESENTS'
!
 ��� i TO LET���Newly furnished front bed-
.     _. ���_������       ~ __.��� I room  with  balcony;   close to Sixth
Lord Milner Coming. ._,_..
nl. .    ,, ,,,,    ,, ,1 street, 'S2'J Agnes street.
Ottawa. April 2'.).���It was announced ' 	
,at the fifth annual    meeting   of    the. TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
Canadian   club  last night  that    Lord housekeeping. Apyly, Empire Tailor
Milner,   formerly   hlsh   commissioner shop.
for South Africa, is to  visit Canada '
during the coming fall and that he **ATS "--trimmed at is? Auckland
has accepted an Invitation to address street, between Tenth and Eleventh
members of the Canadian club of streets. Keep full supply of trim-
Ottawa, mings.
TELEPHONE Puts
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���
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you examined onr stock of CUT GLASS?   We have now on
tion a line of the best quality Cut (ilase ever oarrled in the city
We h v- also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all
lines.    A piece of the Pickard   Hand-Painted   China   will   make
*, acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
'I   1...
FARM  HANDS, SAW MILL
skilled and common lain
! W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th�� t
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HELP,
Log  Booms  Break. IJ     sUU,e(1  ;U1(1  (���1Ilm<)ll  Iabor    8up.
Rivers,  Que.,   April  29.-I1   li  pU-a free.    Orders solicited. Canadian
repc-ted here that the booms on thejpaolflo Employment Agency,
[river Bl St, Genevieve broke last night dova wegt) Vancouver, B, C
.and   thai   some   100,000  logs that, had  3329
I wintered there were being carried out	
'��� with the Ice in the St. Lawrence river. "TIT7 ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
'These logs belong to Price Bros, und   VV      in    English  subjects,  classics,
the -���>-   Maurice  Lumber company.      I science, mathematics.   Ftox 487. city.
i Electric Railway Service
FOR   $1,000
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and' way
stations will run evety half-
hour from _:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver W.'iv.)
Cars leave the depot every
tv.euty mtautes for both Sap-
"prton and city limits over the
citj Dne.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweoty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a. m.
Sunday 8ervle��   nair-nourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
(Sec. 2���2.)
You can secure a new, fully modern house,
and a lot 41x132, on
Queen's Avenue
Part of the balance on monthly payments.
Full particulars at our office.
'li*��*       .*        ���        - i
Af. I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd |
E J. HART
LIMITED
New   Westminster,"   Vancouver    and
Chilliwack,   B. C.
Time Is Money-Don't Travel, Just Talk

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