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 Itfhite, aniies & Co.
9S INSURANCE
p'._��TMlNStER,B.C
mto
hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St.
Phone SS
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.   THVRSD.W   MORNINO,  MAV   88,   1908,
TEN   CENTS TER  WKEK
Has GIVEN LONG (cloverdale SEcnoN
F',l/  i mUTDIPT limit
TERMS FOR
���tone Gets Seven and Walker
Six Years-Chief Justice
Makes Suggestions.
CONTRACT NOW PLACED
Extension Towards Chdliwack Wlll Be
Commenced at Once ���Vancouver
Firm   Successful   Tenderer.
,i,��� county assizes resumed
Whet) t"1
morning,     tefore    Chief
the  trial  of    (Jcorge
���l_s��
rduy
ftitlce Hunt..
;il ,,,,.,, rich Walker, convicts
I
man concerned in the attempt
���jut u was.lntlmated thai
lie  penitentiary,   of   unlawfully
Ling G��ard Imlah, and attempt-
. from the institution, on
19 last, was continued.   The tore-
��� -Hgny] io hear the story of the
llh
��� I
��j,_ad no.* been ..beratsd.
",. behali of tht' prisoners, S one
Id the jury that there had bet'ii some
Lble witn the guard about tueir
fork, and Indah struck him with a
L*, in consequence of wnich om- of
Itleni' picked up a hammer, /and a
���tru-.le ensued.    Walker, during the
Bei._, bit im'ah wil1- *l bo*-''a* PrlaDn-
ta complained that they had been put
���j irons sine, the event, and all re-
Union cancelled. There had beeu a
lot of favoi itism at the penitentiary at
me time, but not so much now. j
.falker claimed that he ha:i had a
clean record until the cay..
W. Q. McQuarrie addressed the
jurj Ior the crown, and his lordship,
is summing up, said there was no r-aa-
(on to suppose the the guard, lmiah,
acted in any way save a reasonable
as, and be was apparently a humane
and just man who acted with great
retrain! on an occasion when another
joud might have, been perfectly justi-
Hed in shooting the prisoners down.
After an absence of about an hout
and a balf the jury found the prison-
in guilty ot wounding the guard with
Vesti norning the contract for
Ion i ii Cloverdale-
���',- ���.;,::. Li sei on, twelve miles
long, of the B C. Ele trie railway ex-
tenslon i . i !hilll - ack, wa i let to a
Vancouvei Arm, Boj I fi Craig. The
laj in- o be rail to be ei mpl< ted
y !���'��� iruai , . bi -.   :.- ... hopes
lo be opi - -   -' ctlon.
NEW GAS COMPANY'S BY-LAW
IS GIVEN A FIRST READING
Council Will Consider Question at Next Meeting    Petition
C.P.R. to Retain Agassiz Local Train for Summer
Grade Revision on lnterurban Line ���
Building Inspector Wanted.
GOLD BEARING HOCKS ARE    OBSTRUCTION TACTICS
BROUGHT FROM HARRISON
RESUMED BY TORIES
Ai  ���!, . city council
evening ., Brat readln
S. Annandale Leaves on Monday
Inspect Claims in Which  He Is
Financially Interested.
���**���.��
0*111
*'""re Lit, at Ottawa Is As
Pronoih.
"*>.
Ever   Civil
Sorvice Pay Tied Up.
meeting    last  ed by the farmers along the line and, .
I    . ,     ,, , .,   .       the  owner  of tlie  claims   Irom  which
���a - . ,v,.n i.i ethers Interested.   He proposed thai a  ���������*-
The contractors will begin wnk at   '"���' Royal City Gas Improvemenl com
once, the men en    oyed by the   com-   pany's    y-law.    Next  Mondaj  W.  .1.
'������"������'���' "" ! -���     ������''*";i    saving    been Uvhlteslde. solicitor tor the company,
I iken ofl .���    i : las     The c ml actors       ,   . ,. .. ... ,    ��� ,. ,, . ,
. ,,   , and thi i II ��� solicitors will be aske l t.i
take tall charge wnh th ��� determlna-
..on  to  a e as   much  progress   as  Present to clear up outstanding point*.
l.ossibie.   A large force ot men will  The council resolved to petition    the
be put in tin- field at once. C.  P.  R. official thai the local train
The electrical machinerj for substations and oilier supplies may entail some delay in pui .. the section
into active use for several months, but
of course the company will not wait
till the line to Chilliwack is finished
'.efore operating cars on the Cloverdale section the bridge.
RICHEST HAN IN THE WORLD
IS COMING TO THE COAST
ifrom Agassis be retained when the
summer schedule comes iu:o force
.. :���.* month, the train being very useful to farmers coming Into Westminster.
Improvements at the Library.
Aid.    Garrett    reported   that    bills
| amounting to $226.95 had bevn passed
for payment, In connection with   the
I library, and the report was approved.
i in oiunication be s< at  to the supei
Intendent of the   Pac fie dl.Islon   of
the C,   P.   H.   in  favor Of the train
being  retained.    He understood  that
there were two difficulties, that    the
brain did not pay. and lhat the C, P.
it. bad not enough rolling Btock,   The
mayor said that about that time   the
train  service  would  be  rearranged,
and there would be two daily trains
answering    the    petitioners'    require-1,
i.uuts. A resolution that the company
be ask*! to continue  the train was
carried, Aid.  Fader    seconding.    Aid.
Johnston added thai the train hail   ut
iwo cars, and was cheap to maintain.
Building Inspector.
In    the   course   of a discussion in
j committee   Aid.    Henley   urged    the
Rocks .it varying alaes, each
tainiug ele.ur truces I gild iuid ch.	
per, have beat, brought down from ; Ottawa, Maj il.���When tha Qn____-
Harrlson lake mountains, about two owns adjourned at 1:30 this momaai
miles south of Douglas, to thia city, Ut" - ll:1' wasted In Blagraat *&jr
for the inspection of T. S. Anaandale, . tructlon bj th, opposition on tattXtm
no go Into Buppl) and pass the iterator
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lowrdue salaries lo (wo thousand cu*-
Ihe   valuable  samples   were  gathero,!. I
1 ��� Itoins officials throughout Canada, \a��
riu- exact nature of the deposit* have deadlock over the election bill wn ��_
not  ye;  been  inane  public,  hm   Mr,  more tightly  than aver,   Messrs, v\u_-
Annandale la so satisfied   with   the tar, Taylor ana other opposition mason
prospeota that he Intends having \.,uf   ben emphaUoall)  declared that   not
cits on Monday for the purpose   ol   one dollar ol supply would bv alio �������.<_
Winnipeg, .day ... ��� Frederick
J Weyerhaeuser, the St. Paul lumber
l.ing, said to be the richest man in
the world, is here en route to Vancouver to purchase timber limits on
the mainland of British Columbia,
which he prpfers, he -ays, to Vancouver island.
He believes there is no cause for
alarm in the Tinted States regarding
the future of the timber supply.
Later, he said, that the plastering hal
been done well, hut nol the ka.soiuin-
..ing. &q It would cost about $200   to
complete.
The mayor said that as the library
i grounds  were looking  very  well,  the ,      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
building a credit to tbe city, and new  'idered before the resolutions are an-
. ooks were shortly coming in, he
I thought they might incur the expense.
necessity of new buildings being inspected by a competent man. lt was
stated that at present the council hud
only control of the sanitary arrangements. Improvements lu the water
meter service will  be    further    con-
personally inspecting the claims and
deciding upon what development
work shall iv undertaken this year.
The dalma were staked seve.al
months ago, hut active work has up
ui date been hampered owing to in
clement weather. The auriferous dv-
���osits are located a considerable distance up the inoiiiain, but it would
be a matter of little difficult) to con
struct a road from the mines to the
lake, whence the ore could he brought
down to Harrison and shipped south
or east.
��� it WftS resolved to advertise for
lenders in the city, to he in by Monday week.
The New Gas Company.
'    The by-law witn reference to    the
r-   ���  j I new   gas  company   was  read  a   lirst
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Bricklayers' Strike Ends. I without debate,
intent te do him grievous bodily harm, |    Montreal, May .".���The bricklayers'      Tho preamble to the by-law ��et oat
tod recommended them to '_he mercy Urike. which started some time ago   that the Royal City Gas Improvement
<*( A*! judge. ^^^
RICH CLEAN-UPS ARE
MADE AT NOME MINES
A Dastardly AMiult.
' Od   hearing     the     verdict
itcQUrrie asked the judge to    take
into consideration  the serious nature
g_t_t charge and  to award ��i heavy
i.ua:*h_uv:iL.
lo passing sentence the judge said
has practically petered out.    as    the  C��-i L-td-. 'a desirous of erecting, con
,men have become    dissatisfied   over siruating, maintaining and   operating
Mr. | their jobs being  filled  by  men from   within the limits of the city of New
loutside points, and they are now seek- ' Wl stmlnster a gas plant,   gas works
Ing to return to their old jobs. and necessary buildings for the ruatiu-
1 facture,   production,   generation    and
Liatrlbutton of gas, to supply the sad
ln  the    New  Westminster    mining  �� ^�����   JJ^ ^ ga, fl,
division an application has been filed I     l ^^ to    charge    C0Usumers
'thenof reasonable rates therefor, aud
th. jury had  found   them guilty    of hy Mason T. Adams, loc-a'ed at Brltan
wounding ilie guard with Intent to do i..ia mountain. Howe sound, for a cer- ���*---���-"      ^ hM becn dl,iy incorpor-
hlmgrevious bodily harm.    The code j tificate of improvements, for tlie pur -   ��� purposes.
provided that such an offence might pose of obtaining a  crown grant of ated . _,..
send a man to imprisonment for life,  the said claim.       _
Id al! his judical  experience he had   ���=== ~
Saver met with a more daatrad.y or the question, and the matter Will aome
hprovoked aasuali ou a man.   The up again today.
.. i,  . Catholics and D vorce.
guard was in the performance of lis ! Mino"" **""
bounced in the press, onv month ha\
ing to elapse  before any  change    in
charges cuii be made.
Electr.c Railway Alignment.
The proposed grade revision ou the
Ii.   C.   Electric railway, altering    the
line to Vancouver from the steep hill
on Twelfth street to a new line running west from Columbia across   the
town to Twentieth street, aud thence
to u point  rejoining the present line,
came up on the consideration of   the
urotilvs put  In.     It  was  reported   by
the civic officials that there was    no
objection providing a satisfactory arrangement   was made    as    to   street
crossings, and a spaed limit observed.
As it was felt  destra.le to talk    the
matter ov< r  with the acting general
manager of the company, he will be
invit< d to meet a committee consisting of Aldermen Johnston, Henley and
.lardlne. /
Miscellaneous  Requests.
ti. H. and James inncs wrote com;
plaining of   the condition    of    Fifth
street above Eighth aveuue, and   the
Wonder Creek Property Shows Large
Returns���Woman   Haa  Interest
in Claims.
The action of OleheiBer vs. Oleheiser
for divorce wa.-> subsequently    taken.
I William McMaater was cited   as   co-
as he was perfectly respondent.  J. K. Grant appeared^
So   far  as   .he    ev- l.he man, Frank Oleheiser. _Th*o plain-
duty. ,uid trusting  them to senile extent, thai  tuey  would  not make    an
iittack on him, was    InsptCalna    the
prisoners' work
right in doing.
was
m _^ to-Mrs. Oleheiser, and   they j pora.ion any cinders  from  its  works
uence went to show, there was no pro- I tiff said h
'wiiton    given    bv    the    guard,    if
Phsonera were permitted to do that afterwarda   came
Eft ',,- 01  two tilings would hap-   where she became tiredI of hlm.   and
to
The first and second clauses set out
that the council would give power that
the highways might be disturbed to
i,.v malna and make connections.      1
laycl^ fl amended a *auae to Uaed of a sidewalk on Fifth street
which objection had been taken by ���oar their premises. The applicat.ou
T city solicitors.    Now  the  by-law   wa8 referred to the hoard of works
io'. that   before   any street was      A. M. Herring wrote wilh regard to
;���a or 'broken up, the permission   lhe impounding of his cattle     which
the council should be obtained. The   strayed  from   Rtahmond  municipality
comnany undertook to give  the Cor-   t0 ,he city, and for which $14    was
ctni     * ^^      '"���   charged.   The circumstances woie, as
��   r,   ,T" .���._.���<__. on the streets. . lhe explained, that    persons    had    let
Nelson, B. ^I^^^"^ tliat the com- dcwn the bars after the cattle had
���inv should commence operations been made safe for the night. He also
within six months, and have its (works kBked for something to be done In re-
^ operatln within one y^ar. gard to the North Arm road, Lulu is-
'   clailSL, eigh, declared that the com- | lnndi as at juesent trade was diverted
Nome, May 27.���Wonderfully rich
cleanups are being made on the pro-
1 erty of E. \V. mid Mrs. Johnson, on
Wonder creek. Sluicing ��*.*vs been go
nig on steadily for over two weeks. A
dally cleanup has been nw.Ai, running
irom $12,000 to $19,000.
Waakey and Crabtree, who have a
lay on the claim, will clean up $15u,
tOO, and Thomson, another    layman.
.ill wash out $4ft,000 from his winter
dump.
This property, which was In litigation for so many years until finally
the rightful owner was glwn possession after every trick of the law was
i.sed to se.euie i(, will by the end of
tnis season have produced nearly $2,-
OOO.ooo. Captain JohnBon. who Is now
In Seattle, ii Is reported, will work the
i.ioup of claims around No. S on an
extensive scale this winter. Mrs
Johnson has the largest Interest In
the group.
married  in Ontario,
unless     the     government     completely
capitulated and withdrew the nb-
uoxloua clauses. They admitted no
ical objection to passing the item -under discussion, and that they w-eu-e
simply killing time by their praM__ft
tactics,
Government members pointed uui a
fair compromise had already been, of-
'ered, and refused. The pointed out
that the bill could be opposed ax. ���*_
later stage If so deslre'd. Mr. Ti*>.��_T
said the opposition was detorn��i__��d,
and the only recourse would '. v> d_wa_v-
lutioii. Hon. \V S, Fielding rcjihed
lhat it might have to come to thnt.
Lui the opposition did not act as it it
was ready, for it had been bloating
public business for six months, su u_*__
it might prevent an election durUvft
i t lie currant year.
The governmenl has no tntentkaa tvi
submitting to the. minority niio- vcoA
���vill continue the attempt to get tins
estimates through by placing on ltw
opposition the onus for the emliavi__-���.���_���-
me.nl of the whole civil service, dc-
'i>s to all iiuhllc works, etc.. tb.vuuRb
ino unreasoning aud unnsceasar) ��b-
ftrnction Of most needed items, -oil
supply.
ln the Commons Hits aftmnoini Hun.
i. E. Foster <in motion to go into *_an��-
ply, started a criticism of the gowm-
imMit's cold storage arrangement-*, oh
ihe Irase of obstruction for thp (**\y.
After the vote was tnkvn at t
o'clock this morning, the majority ot
both sides of the i louse went h-um-**
and those who remained were little
more than enough to maintain a
ijuorum. Half of these were aa.c��*v
and for nearly an hour and a half tl��t_
member for Queans, P. K. It, nad tbe
rlo��ir by reading the contents oi a lemic.
parliamentary return, which he contended hnd a beating on tho me.finis
vote.
BAPTISTS DECLARE WAR
ON WHITE SLAVE TRADE
N, either they must he-severely pun-1 told ...... she did not ^t"*^
Eed, oi else lhe guards would seize more to do with him.  A m   .naned
M laslon  like that to shoot  right Collins was very fr.en.Hy   wit     ���  	
W left, a, they would be perfectly Oleheiaer at this time.   Ther^ere     , > ^ ^ (,,y ftt ^        .( v ���   was very
JMtlfledln doing.   They ought to   be seven children   living, all  grown orjpany  tL,a��_nd cubic feet [well satisfied  with what    had    been
exceedingly thankful that they   were growing up.
ii _ '       \ ftaxru.'*irr^      111.      ISStnioU    ��� lmiil
��ot facing a  charge of  murder.    He      Afterwards    ne pay,Dg
tough, thai be would have svu, Stone  wife was J^^*^00^ Ut,lllllKm   and tor power of purchase ol lh.
lo fourteen  years  Imprisonment,    as  pany - with ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^
lie ringleader, and  Walker to twelve  street. given  authorities.
years    However, he had th. rec,,,-     Evidence ol ��o*rtBrtto~ g ^ ^ ,,���.   (,ll.,r;1,,
mendation ,.r the Jury, mad- on whal   and that court  PM���"*1_��   ^ I ^ ( lQ00 [or ���gbl ag ,,���������,,., aud
rounds he could no, see, unless   it ho* > decree nisi, m $1-2o tor uli other purposes.
hould not add costs, aa tne     ^ ^^ Hoge w||| be Bouflht
Aid. .lohnston  read a  report   trom
doUar'per thousand cubic; feet ! well   satisfied   With   Whal     had     been
0.1   other clauses provided for the com-1dohe with gulling the Dyke road on
1)()11���.a on their sales,
time by the   citj
he  had the  recom-
jui'.v
^^^^^^   (ould  not see,    ^^^^^^^^
"as that they    had    received    ��ome '.ho s ��������������<
"Ighl  punishment  in  Hie prison.    He   spondeni   migh.   "����JJ"
"ould sentence Stone. ... seven .wars,   -voman-s previous marrwg ���
;iI"l Walker to six year's    ImprlBon-
:i"'��:. to take effect at the end Of the
presenl term.   Hv would also add that
,!"' iieiilte.ntla.-y    was    unsuitable    to
at
the island, and  wished the good  work
io be extended,   The first application
was sent to the police; committee, Th.'
second one will rocajive the attention
Oi the board of works.
Brine k McLean drew- attention to
their bill for water sei vice al the
Uussell hotel dated May 1. The
charges were deemed to be excessive
Oklahoma City, May 27.���Command
ing organIziiiions which aro working
against the truffle In white slaves and
calling upon President Roosevelt aud
the government lo unite with other
ial ions In suppressing tills 'nereaslng
evil by signing the treaty lu effect between many other nations, a ivsoln-
lion I n trod need hy the Kev. M. 1*.
Hoynton, of Chicago, was unanimously   paused   by   Ihe   North.in     Itapllst
convention today,   ii says it part:
i   "A* the traffic in womanhood and
girls, ooaunonly oalled the white slave
traffic, is Increasingly active in   oui
Urge cities, we most respectfully hiki
In connection   With this case an  in
.cresting question arose on the post
STo? Catholics   obtaining   divorce. I circuit.
Oleheiser  is  f  Catholic
.,-i,.,. fhief Watson suiting that  Oie 1 by the proprietors, .being 1341 a year, r~�� Pretideni   RooteveJI   tha  Mr"
tlu ^_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ u     niollth.
Qamewell   Fire   Alarm   System   (lour I* at  the  rate, of  $2S.4S    a  n.ontn. j^^^   w_  |N||,ttl!|1,,tv  ot our  KOveru
> had b��en installed ��atlstact'|They asked the council to look into ��� ^-^ ^^ w)(h o(|l(,r tll(Uo���   ,���
"  ' """'    '"  suppress  this   traffic   l��y   agreelsa tn
men of their dangerous character, and  nationality.
��9 thought that  it  would be desirable I    m answer to Ut
of  German iorily. and engineers McKay Had been
transferred from Hall No 2 to Hall No
. lordship Oleheiser I 1 to look after it. He ���*������������������
��� loUlsnlp " I        hal the r.oo hundred feet of host
bought that i, would be desirable In answer to >'"-;' his le8t L��� that the 600 hundred fee, o, no*
emov. them to som other pen!- said be had n^cn;^dawai J what I included in this year's ***��>��
lary m the Dominion where cir- or bishop, though ha wa sa* .        ^   ^ Jj^
���stances were more satisfactory for. the attitude of his cnurcn .    ^   mieg  reported Ihat ,1(    had
..I.,..,.( .   ....  ca_..��,l��� o.   nanraaAnttna In. ClaJ
to 1-
leiitl
l-Ulll
H ciiufinement.    ^^^^^^^^^^
A Technical Difficulty.
The court in the .afternoon took iho
^c of lohn   1-abonrdette, a convict
at the penitentiary, charged with con-
baling himself with Inten*. to escape
t:,cn the institution, on April 10.   NV ���
i;   McQuarrie, who prosecuted,   s;lil*
"'   I'rlsoner concealed  himself In   -L
1'ile of bricks. Prisoner pleaded guilty.
A legal discussion ensued between his
���ordshlp mid the crown prosecutor, as
'' !l"' difference between "concealing
' :'-' a view to escape," and "attempts' to escape."   The judge said that lt
v-   from the crown to show that con-
Raiment with rn In'tehtlbn <r�� escape
- "it Had nn Indictable offence.
(" iccounl  o! thi-' difficulty   Mr.
M��Qu?.rr'e aske;! for time to cons.de*
^^XXZSZSt
posed the man nad a lega     B��
he aquartd II with his religious ...ellef
the judge said he did no know.
The Jury Trials.
made with
without
\,,   progress   was
civil  cases,  cither    with    or
iries, during  the afternoon. the
Umenhad been released ft��.��l
cendance  during  the da      The  1-.
crrrnJa;SdTamie,
the matter.    Tlie letter was sent
the water committee to report.
The Columbian college    authorities
applied   for  an  examination    of    the
water meter at the college, which wa*
ieg.at.rlng in a way unsatisfactory tO
jthem.    The  water committee  wlll lll-
visl'ed Seattle at'repivs^ting the city \ vestlgutf.
v the reception of the fleet, his hum- ;     A widely  signed petition was hand-
orous recital being greatly appreciated L��� ,��� ,��� ,,,,���,���;  lh. council to   c....-
, V S. aldermen. | struct a proper s.we. Wjt*W
i    aid  Henley reported that the pro-,,ho portion oi i he city lying west or
the1!,,,' of improvements on Columbia St.jaxth  Hlreet,  and steading M    t*t
tlm treaty already  slKnod    hy  every
civilized gOVarnmenl   but <mrs, which
LtttteB Chriitendoro in the effort   to
iioollsh this traffic In Us lnteiii.it.oi.nl
, bases."
SCIENTISTS MAY HAVE
FOUND UNO BURIED OH
ftiTkeUy, C&U, MAy '_".���Buried *
lew feet undvr the classic soil ot tAe.
1'nlverslty of California caiupiw* *��b.
. city of the stone age whos�� masat-w.*
walls  respond  to the  Instrument*-, ot
the members of the Barkotox Socteay
if Psychical Research t_nd.sh'.w tiaetr.
well defined locations, ac.conl.ti*. to
lhe Investigations niad.e by l>rof*e��wor
Joseph Vovle. president of the Uioal
psychical Society and other BNMMMk
The series of Invest!gattooa tn TlTMl
tliv lines of the buried city   which sav-
todatis by thouaettdg *A ftsttt Its*
i.me of t'olumhusv have bOtva carrtiA,
II is said, on nutetjly for the last. UKW.iti
lince the siv;��X\ took up this fmport---
;iit   branch of their ..tiul.es..
None of the professors nfiU'e iha��
varsity has a* yet thoniugh'iy lnvctM_<
tated the tlndhiRs of the soctetj. ��.tn
tt Ih likely that If their .Msioove.-<_(�������
rre found to have a foundation. *esr-
tavatlon work wlll he heftjvxt at oners
nlonji scientific lines.
north, south and west ns the city en
fcineer might find leasable la vt*w ��f
the level..    The board of works w "
receive the communication for   c
v
would be ready by Monday night
The Agassiz Train
Alderman Johnston said he was at
Westminster  Junction recently,    ,nd ^	
teirnl   tha*   it   was   proposed  to take I ,ltK,rflfWn.        mtmssm *-.   ., J
off th - Agassiz local on or about June | An Rttempt will be made^ to f*t
,4 i.'s-emed to him that this affected ,,ome Element from the engineers in
,��� . c^tv as well as other plates, being I Chicago With regard to the Lulu Island
a matter concerning the tralttc of |brW|��. At the last meeting a com-
We
SHOOT TO KILL" ORDER
������ROVES TO K EFFECTIVE
Chester, Fa., May 27.���Cars are running unmolested on the lines of the
Cin>ster Traction company, the em-
pktyoH Ot which have fc��on on strike
for mijftm weeks, and the local   au
apparently Ipe checked the
Pry Kiln Burns.
Helllngham, May 27.--At a Vob* a*'
approximately $8800 the dry KllaatK)
1,000,000 shingles belonging to Use.
Koran Shingle company. Whosai pant
1. locsteil ul Laurel and Dock at nana,
was destroyed by flre early thi* morn
ing. The five started at about 1
o clock and the night watchman. HH.
Stevens, turned ln the alarm.   ^^^^
false imprisonment, concerning vu"    �������    - | �����.������� ����� -- ���- ---���- j^- ���    .
HerrlInR vs. Stover, to a-ses, dam an ^        ^ & number   ^..^ ^ ^^      gend t0 ,h ���
Las Mr breach of prorn^.   no   ����� ^ ^ clty wlw j.artlcttlars with  regard to the river
lfeWe  hut Jury wi'.i h- ��'"-��� �� �� :J^, br the ^ht train.   A pott- tha   Wild   of   structure required, and
Interlocutory Jud8���ent 8lgaea   '- ., r. had been gotten up. ^vr*****. ����hor details.
! defence.
tho.--._- ..r, ~^*amm*a*m*m*m*mamm*a*m*m*mfamm
disoiUs ot the lasfftwo days which
followed the wlthdjjwal of the, state
police, who were At here to guar*
the property of #e com��any. fh��
cars "*re guarttedfhy poll��>einen^-tttd
are manned by w^W**�� ^IR'*11**
mayor Issued orAeili
shoot to kill" It ���
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The present Empress of Japan was born M,-iy 28, 1850, and was
the daughter of Prince Ichijo, who was one of Japan's great men dining the previous regime. She was the Princess Haruko when she
wedded the Emperor of Japan ami was raised to ths Imperial dignity.
The wedding took place on Feb. !���, 1SG:>, al Tokyo. Beside
Prince Yoahlkito, the Empress bas borne live daughters
all been created Imperial princesses by the imperial edict
Mikado, The Empress has also three grandchildren,
dldly educated, speaking English
Emperor himself can accomplish.
the Crown
who  have
of   the
site i.s aplen-
and French, which is more than the
Devoted to her household affairs,
the Empress of Japan is also noted for her activities In charitable
work.    Sh-- has given great aid to the Red Cross movement in Japan.
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MAY 2b.
1660���George I. of England born. Died
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
.lunv 10,  17-7.
1754���Washington    defeated    Jumon-
vilio at Great .Meadows.
1780���Thomas .Moore, Irish poet, born
in Dublin.   Died Feb. 25, 1852.
1843���Noah  Webster died.    Born Oct.
16, 1758.
1856���British   envoy   to   the   United |SCOTSMAN
States ordered  to quit  Washington.
18.1���Fall ot the Paris Commune.
1878���Lord John  Russell died.    Born
Aug.  18, 1792.
1838���William B. Gladstone I urled In
Westminster Abbey.
1904���Senator Matthew    S. Quay,   of
Pennsylvania, died. Born Sept.
30, 1833.
'\^h\^p4^,c\y'-'\t'''.i-'.y'.t-hr'iPtiz:
WANTED���Respectable girl to sell
tickets at Royal City Vaudeville
theatre. Apply between twelve and
one o'clock today at office, McKenzie  street.
Aged 83, well educated,
energetic, thoroughly reliable, excellent reference, Canadian and old
country; will be glad of any kind of
work.    "Scot," Daily News.
One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   ....      50c
  OR	
One package White Swan washing
powder with  2 packages White   l
Swan Soap for .      .      .      50c   j
Take advantage of this special offer; it won't last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
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COLUMBIA
street
AT THE HOTELS
Russell.
Pracua, .Millside.
A. c. Worthington, sea;tie.
11.  Morrison, Vancouver.
S. Cameron, Vancouver.
Miss Gregg, New York.
.Mrs. Griffon. Vancouver,
P. Gordon, Vancouver.
Pelly, Chilliwack.
Windsor.
Fleming, Langley. *
Chadsey, Chilliwack.
Cavers, Cloverdale.
Campbell, Mount Lehman.
alllle, Hammond.
A. 1'.  M.ittison, Seattle.
J. L. Martin, Pitt Meadows,
S. Syner, Tort Kells.
A. ,1.  Wilson. Seattle.
Lindsay, ror;  Moody.
ESUwood, Clayburn.
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A.  C.
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HALTING A COLD.
FOR SALE���Baby buggy, nearly new
and in good condition. Write P. O.
Box 384, City. '
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j        Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
i deliver to any part of the city.
I C. WILLIAMS
t Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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PKone 101 )
SCOTSMA.N���Aged 33, well educated,
thoroughly reliable, will be glad of
work of any kind. James Douglas,
I'Sit  1'e.ndei* street,  Vancouver.
POR SALE���Six room modern house,
full sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
it beiug the third lot east of Sixth
street on the north side of Fourth
avenue. Price $2500; terms, $300
cash, balance to stir purchaser.
Look through this house and if you
think favorable of it write me and
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street, Vancouver.
Three Lots!
a   On Princess street, near Sixth ureet car  line.   Splendid  chance  to   *
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WANTED���Girl for restaurant worl'.
Apply Kenny's restaurant, Columbia
street.
*   purchase an inside lot at auburban prices.   Price only $325 each.
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Terms $25 cash and $10 per month.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
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WANTED���Light employment in   or.
around office, or shipping clerk by1
steady, trustworthy, rei.aide nian;j
knowledge of bookkeeping. ApplyI
"E.Z.," Box 29, city. i
j P. PEEBLES It
t 270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon* 307 J
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Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town-    All  slashed;   no  buildings;  good
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain roai   All
two room house;   small garden and chicken nouse ami run; -plendtf
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION MT COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
COAL
WANTED���Girl    for   general    housework.    Apply G., Daily .News office.
Wkat to Do When Vou Siin-ir or Feel
the Warning Chill.
A cold, as nearly every Intelligent; 	
person knows, is the result of a Btop- LOST���Between Central Park and tin
page somewhere "f free circulation of'. I. O. O. F. cemetery, brown cloth
the blood, to which one is first se*.i j overcoat. Li eral reward for return
tive   through   a   feeling   of   chill.     So
���light is the chill oftentimes that not	
in til the preliminary sneeze comes Is | WESTMINSTE
ihe victim aware lie or she has been
to Daily News Office.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.
-!    E.   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.   Genera!   .Manager
Pennsylvania
Blacksmith.
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
ii
ui  a  draft,   or  tbat  the   temperature
ha:, eh a ii fed.
The usual notion is that by going in
doors, by eUan^lu.; to heavier clothing
or retreating from the moist atmo>
phere the dauirer is averted. These
precautions nre all well enough, bul
the first and most efficacious measure
should be to restore the quick flow ol
warm blood through every vein, and
bo by heat instantly counteract tb'
little chill.
When the  temperature of the bod.
or extremities is lowered, or u sudue*.
chill or quick  ehange  from  warm  t,
cold   temperature   u   endured,    tata
three or four deep '.Tenths through tbi
oostrll.. exp.-i.nl tie lungs to their full
est exteut. holding tlie Inhaled air ...
long a.* possible, and then slowly e:
bale it through the mouth.    In .;���
this the Inflatleo of the lungs sets I
heart Into such quick motion that I
blood  Is  drive,   with   unusual   for.-
along its channels, and so juns out Ini
Uie toe., and finger tips, and seU w
���snick  rvaetio_a   against  the  chill
; Realty and Employment Agency, *.'i.6 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O.Box 922.
A G__.\"__RAL  BANKING BUSLVESS TRANSACTED
FARMERS' BANKING.
MAYERS & PRESTON
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P. O. Box   34S P
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SMTH. -  - NEW
���Phone   105.
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed   glasses
between opera house and corner of
Fust    and    Third    streets.    Finder
; lease return to News office.
liATS retrimmed at 157 Auckland
Btreet, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
, Jwery   facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BV M_UL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
')u.-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H���H. P-  DAVIDSO.V. Manager
S.S.   RAMONA;
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS!
E.ARM HANDS. SAW
A      skilled and  com mo
.MILL HELP.
mon lahor sup
piled free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cor-
dova west. Vancouver, u. c. Phone
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Department of Public Works, Canada
"iy AaVTED���PUPILS   (EVENlNOa
' ��      In    English subjects, classic;
- leace, mathematics    Bojt 4S7, city.
��� Tenders For COAL
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
."H 1> Woman'* War.
'fTht-n a woman undertakes to deca^ j
ttate a row] or anything ivifh an as ~
���be grasps the tool close to the head. *-*��� lot ���il- SrouP ���.New Westminster
raises   her   chin,   squints   both   eyea |    district.
eHnche. two rows of teeth and hacks j A certificate of Indefeasible title to
���tralKlit down, missing ber aim by I the above property will be Issued to
���bout f , Incbee. Thnt w���s sufficient Joha s. Robson on the 15th dav of
���or :' ivla   adv f.> scTer her left   ,        ....      .
ttm.il. ,;;e was ne. a fainter and. re ! 'T I908' BnleM in the mWaU���� ��
placing the thumb, which had beea ''raUd 01*Jl^tion thereto be made to me
chopped at tlie first Jaint. bound tbe l n writ!nS by a person or persons
parts together an-! has excellent prom claiming an estate or interest then.-
lae of its complete restoration. Ths la, or in any part thereof.
game I., not always lost when "thumb* c   S   KFITH
are dowt-."~.p .;,,.:t NVws-Tribune. Dlstrict Registrar of TiUes.
Land Registry Office, N'ew Westminster, B. C., 1st .May. 190S.
Timely PrtT-intloii.
"Maria." said Mr. Qulgley, entering
bla home in some excitement, "I wan*
rou to promise me not to look at tbi
papers for the next three months:"
"What for?" r-oiulerlnuly asked Mrs
Quls'iey.
"T have just ! een nominated for a
public office," he faltered, "nnd I don*,
want you to find ont wb-U kind of
I rcfil.y am."���Chicago Tritmne.
.'hrmal l.uiiir.
"Extryl" yelied tbe bright newsboy
"All about th-* ter'ble wtnnpt.v���*r~-
wuirp!"
"EliV" asked tha inqnisirtve old mat*.
"What did re say, sonnyT
"1 didn't say If replied the Iwy.
"Buy . popei ��n' see **%-kflnnaapotti
J��MiruiU
The person or persons having in
iheir custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned.
lath  July.  1890���Louis    Willie    to
Ernst Grau.
Conveyance in   fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant.
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ADVERT. SE
��� IN ���
HE      DAI'.Y      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Coat," will be received ai th i
Resident Engineer's Office, .New Westminster, B. C, np to noon of Tuesday,
2nd June next, for the supply of coal
required for the use of the Saag Boat
"Samson'' and Dredge "King Edward"
during the current fiscal year ending
31st .March, 1909.
The coal must b-e a British Columbia
product of approved quality, lump, and
be delivered in such quantities as may
be required. Coal for the Snag Boat
"Samsoa" is to be delivered and
stored in shed on the Government
Wharf, New* Westminster. Coal for
the Dredge "King Edward" is to be
delivered alongside the Dredge at
New Westminster, on scows furnished
by the Department of Public Works,
the towing to be done by the Contractor.
The lowest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
O. A. KEEPER,
Resident Engineer,
R''>ident Engineer's Office. New Westminster, B.  C., lSth May. 190S.
t-r       ADVERTISE       "SI
��� IN ���
THE      DAILv      NEW3
TOR BIG RESULTS.
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. G. GAMON'3 CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG   STORE,
F. CFMKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Ceo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes from 11275 up.
I  Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches.   opeD
face. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, double
ease, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrate-i South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welliuan
Arctic Kvneditioa.    Vll warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason
able.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
.Mission and wa\' ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves Brackman e_ Ker wharf.
N'ew Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R.  WIIIT.MORF, .Secretary.
���\ :
BOOKING TO AND F*Wf ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
.Next   sailings   of   the    Enipresse.
May 29.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED   GOULET,
C. P. R Ageat.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Building Fisheries Cruiser
for British Columbia.
Westminster
Transfer Co
���iffice 'Phone 185.     Bam "Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the city.
fight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
The time for receiving tenders for
the British Columbia Fishery Cruiser
will   be extended  from  the First    of;
May until the First of June next.
F. GOl'RDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.'
Ottawa, April 22nd, 190S. |
i A Hardman.    A.James,   j. MeClu-jhan
HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,     j
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.       '
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Fam-ms
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Elect rfc-lighted train,   Low Kate:.-
Quick lime. Excellent ><*rv.ce.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, SL Paul
ANiJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   s.-U.    to  ���
Eiropean points.
Special    ReduceO    Fa-es    Rowno   Tr ���**
Rates   to   Southe"*1   C��H.O��M��
For fu.1 Information call or, or ��r
C. E. LANG. General A*-**,
Wf> Haa.tinj.--s St.. Vanewwv, n.   ���
A. D. CHAJU_TON.
PcrtatJ_4 Ore. thu
rSdav,
MAY 28, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THR1
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time
=^ The  =====
ROYAL BANK ^/TANADA
invite8 you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED l TIMES A YEAR.
put your money where it is accessible when vou reauir ��� it
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     p. B   lyle,   Mgr.
T.
PURE FOOD INSURES
's Washing VESTS j m Health
TRY.
The latest Thirst Quencher
At
I
In Pique, Fancy Cashmere,
and Alpacca; Plain White,
Checks,  Stripes and plain
colors.
The three-button Vest with two patch
pockets, and four-button style with two
ordinary pockets and two patch pockets.
ALL THE NEWEST STYLES.
OTHERS   IN   ENDLESS   VARIETY.
PRICES  FROM
$1.50    TO     $4.50
BAKING
POWDER
INSURES
i
Ryall's Dni-r Store J PhilllDS. Ward* Mer |
EYES   TESTED   FREE
V.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
8ervlee.
TIME TABLE
VAN��OUVER-V'CTORlA route.
Manufacturers and Dealer* tn AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Princess   Royal   leaves   Vancouvc.
it 1:30 p.m. daily for Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 0:'.0 p.m.
Royal arrives Vancouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30
mu. daily except Sunday. j An(j au t*-,e principal business centers of
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m. ^ ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL SIMCfcOOaO"
RESERVE       111.000.000.00
���nnche. throughout Canada ami New toundland, and ln London, England,
N-sw Vork. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A den-
eral Banking Bualneaa Trauaacid.
Letter* of Credit Issued, available witl correspondent* Ua all Darts ot the
World.
������vlnge haajh Department Depodtt received lo sums of $1 and upwarda,
and Interest allowed at 3 per eect. per annua (present rate) added
four times a year.
T��Ul AtNti over tlC8,000.0O0.����.
N'-W  WESTMINSTER BRANC
O. U. BRYMNER, Managw
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephon. 333.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria to-
N'ew Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
S S  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m- 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
_0th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Caue Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. J oat-
Leaves Vancouver 1:80  pm- dally,
except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
i leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
* 7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
;     Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p
: arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
1 from Vancouver at 8 o. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling ai
Skidagate on first trip aud Bella Coola
: on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUNO,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
from Victoria 8 p.m. every Wedme-
day, from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever*
'_ trirsday.   Returning arrive* at V.-.n-
: couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via I_nd>"smlt*h.
UP RIVER.
; Beaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday,
i Wednesday and Friday
iE_W.GlU.ETT gfflF?9H
TORONTO.ONT.
MAIL CONTRACT
SE.VLEU TENDERS, addressed io
the Postmaster-General, will be received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for the con-
veyance ot His .Majesty's .Mails, on a
proposed contract for four years, six
limes per week each way, between the
proposed post office at Dun'donaJd aud j ior" many "years,.finally came to
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric Railway, j looked  upon ns a nuisance, and
during the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspectors    Office,   Vancouver, B. C., 8th May, 1908.
CRACK   NUT   SUNDAY.
Sueer Method of Hearing a StrniM
Still In Use In England.
"One line uutumn Sunday I attended
a service In a north of Kngland country church that would have-driven a
New York preacher cle;:u crazy," said
the man who travels. "The congrega.
tlon didn't do a thins but sit around
aud crack nuts, fancy a New York
minister talking to n crowd of that
kind! The modern preacher likes to
have things quiet when he talks. It
disconcerts hlm to hear a baby cry or
a woman cough or an old man snore.
If he t_ pui onl by such trliles as these,
U i.s Interesting to conjecture what he
Would do If he were to take hold of a
Vongregation where everybody brought
outs to crack during the sermon.
"Worshipers, lt seems, used to do
this in England and even in our own
states during colonial days. This disturbance was not a weekly occurrence
by any means. If It had been, the
pane preacher would havq undoubtedly .-'ft bis tlock to administer spiritual
consolation to suit themselves. But as
It happened only once a year he was
forced to endure lt. This one day
which was attended by such remarks.*
1 ble license came the Sunday before
Michaelmas day and was called 'crack
��� nut Sunday.' Nobody, no matter how
pious he might be, hesitated to avail
himself of the peculiar privilege grant-
h! l.itn, and men, women and children
came   to   church   with   their   pockets
j staffed with nuts, which they complacently  cracked and  munched during
| the sermon.
"It was that kind of n sermon that
so Impressed me with its oddity. It
can lie easily imagined that wben for*
ty or fifty people get to cracking nuta
with all their might the noise Is irpt to
be something terrific, and many times
i the  minister was hard put to lt to
i -hear himself think.' That custom,
from being regarded with high favor
be
tb*
habit was suppressed, except ln a few
remote localities, although the act **t
suppression was attended with considerable difficulty, so firmly had the'not
eracklng fever taken hold of the farcy
of the ptople."���New York Presa.
TURPENTINE.
LAND  REGISTHV   ACT.
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ai-
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WHEN GOING EAST
,SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye.t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists oi
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
oar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li
branr and smoking cars.
For Time Tables," Folders, or any
further information call on or write
f. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"20 Second Avenue. Seattle. \V_sb
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all  rail route between all
points east, west snd south ��o Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
From a__l7wMk"Ti_eBday, Thursday connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Psc.fic and O. R
\ and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER  RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
| mhwter Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
i Thursday. Friday and Saturday at 2
': p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave    Westham    Island    Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
! urday at 7 a.m.   Friday 6 a.m.   Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m. ���
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FHASER RIVER TANNERY
The Oriental Contract Co.
0f Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
For   reservations   aod   jntormatlot
rail or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Weatminater.
.'.���(���I  (Jen.
ML J. COYLE.
Pass Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TitOUP,
Oenerel _)u(i��r.i__*��d��_t. .Victoria.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can
adfan Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points .,
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    witb
stage f*i--y for Republic.
Buffet   rervice   on   trains   between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,   November   io.
(pot,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ....MS p.m
12.25 P-m Rossland ....410 p.m
0.40 a.m Nelsno 6.43 p.m
H. A. !Af.K*r.N
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W. N. Pr-qg
GU C LaftaCf
Surveyor
IllertElCck. new WesVntnitSf. B. C.
Ho '.lie southaaBt quarter of section 11,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
th-e above property will be Issued to
James Q. Smith on tlie fourth day of
.Juno, 1808, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, 11. C, May 2, T.08
Moths will leave If it Is sprinkle*
abont.
Turpentine and soap will remove ink
stains from linen.
Turpentine will remove wheel grease^
pitch and tar stains.
Clean gilt frames with a sponge mole-
tened In turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches If *prt__
kled in their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen cloth will
.���lean tan shoes nicely,
A few drops added to water ln which
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
An equal mixture of turpentine and
Unseed oil will remove white marka
from furniture caused by water.
Ivory knife handles thnt have be
eome yellow cap be restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing witb turpentine.
Carpets can be cieaued and colon re;
stored by going over occasionally with
a broom dipped lu warm water *���
which a little turpentine is added.
Splendors of Cafes.
The cafes and hotels of JJew  fork
are rivaling eacb other In tbe almoat
oriental splendor with which they have
fitted up small rooms for dinner ani
The person or persons having in
��� heir custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the aaldi ��fter theater parties.  At one cafe near
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property are requested to deliver the
.same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montagus William Tyr-
whltt Drake, Robert Edwin    Jackson
Broadway tbe sides of one of
looms are composed entirely of mlr
rora, after tbe French fashion, ���while
the celling Is covered with green leavea
and grapes, bunches of pink and purple
grapes of glass, within which are elec-
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage J trie lights. The effect Is that of a beau-
ln fee tlful arbor.   Another.cafe bas mirror*
January 9. lSSO-Montague William  ******* ��-���� �����* lights throughout
,_      ....   _,'   ,_���    ��� ,-, ���     ��� ,    the room, while  tbe ceiling,  also of
ryrwhltt   Drake,   Harry   Dallas Hel-   ^^   ,g an ^ \Zi%VUm of
mcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to j moonlight, the effect of which Is ob-
Henry A, F. MacLeod, assignment ofj tained by electrics Inclosed in globea
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
Agent.
of the color and sheen of moonlight
aeen through a delicate tracery of faint
greeu leaves.���Exchange.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 10:30, 18:25, 19:36.
Overland    express    arrives    12:4\
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
i_v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 8:20,
0:50, 7:20 and 8 n.m.. and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Weatminater at
5:50, 6:60, 7:20 and half hourly
11:30 p.m.
A Sad Case.
A  Chicago physician wns  one day
called   to  attend   a   sick  child   ia   a
"shabby geuteel" quarter of the Windy
City.
"Madam."   said   the  doctor   to  tli*
'Uiither.   "you  should send  this  child
I Into   tlie  country   for  several   weeks
I each sumiuerv" .
"I ai^ HtiilJ to ..fly, doctor," respond-
l ed the woman, "that we are not rlcb��
j enough to do that." - 1
���Then."   suggested   the   pUyufcllMt'
; **%ave her sent by the fresh air fund."
"Oh. doctor," exclaimed the woman,
: "we are not poor enough!"-Harper's
Weekly.
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.EXPERIENCE
TeettMMi.
Citlnian-What's the matter with a*
,,,, , yen 8wamphunt fellows?   Ton dwl
i seem to like my friend Backlota. Seb-
��� hubs- No: he's selfish,   tltlman��� Oh.
I come now)   Suhlnib*  That's what M
{la.    A barn near htm caught file the
other night, ami he put It out withont
waiting for the rest of us members of
the  Bwamphurst  Hose to reach  fhe
���cene.-PhlladelphIa Public Ledgw.
. Jos���1
The Comfortable Fortune.
"What Is yonr Idea of a comfortaMt
fortune." asked the ninbltk.ua youth.
"One," answered the man of expert,
ttce, "that la big enough to boy r*M
eeerythlng yon want and not h||
enough to attract the attention ef Ag
gran* jury."-Washington Ster.
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Published by the Dally .News Pub-
Hahing Company, Limited, at their
m*Vk***\ corner of Sixth and Front
atiexiitn. New Westminster, c. c.
CHANNEL TO NEW YORK
HARBOR TO BE DEEPENED
E.   A.   Paige.
. Managing   Director
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THURSDAY. MAY 28, 1908.
New York, May 27.���To preclude
the possibility of .such accidents a_
ihat which happened to the Metropolitan line steamship 11. M. Whitney,
v. liich has been aground at Flood rock
a: Hell liaie, the dangerods Long Island sound entrance to the port of
Now York late Saturday, the engineer
corps of the United Slates army will
egln early In June the work of deepening the channel at that point. The
work must be completed in two years.
The rock whicli broke the back of
COLONIST���HODGINS.
"Sara us from our friends," is what
th.. Victoria Colonist has writ large
tatxama its thinking i><>\ jusl now.
..'���j.n.i- Hodglns, on whom the Tory
nr-**"-. luive been waiting with bated the Whitney is the principal menace
!r..i/_i for charges of malfeasance on ito navigation, it Is only eighteen feet
tEfc... yaxt of tl. T. P. Officials which under water. Wln-n the engineers get
could ihe formulated su as to provide [through with it it wlll have been
a rual scandal, has now publicly te-[blown away to an average depth of
pin.i-Uod the interview said to have twenty-Six feet���a sufficient depth to
heen had and upon which the reports accommodate any vessel that may de-
��_ ;;_ out that he expressly desired to sire to make the passage. The work
__w some charges formulated under now to be attempted is the most im-
asrafol editorial supervision so that portant In mis vicinity since the oright- might lay the mine with absolute [ln-al blowing up of Hell date two de-
���avety of its "going off." While re- cades back, Congress has appropriate
pi..I:.iting the interview he adds that   ed $250,000 for it.
:_t wishes the charges whicli appeared	
in  r_he  Capita,    city's    Tory    organ j
���nested and there would seem on the   CAPTAIN  SAYS NEW YORK
fete   Of   this   request   sufficient   cause WILL  SOON   BE TROPICAL
(tar the said journal to complain, Inas 	
miK-h aa the real thing it was sup- New York May 27.���That the fogs
pooad to be able to hand out to the |]k.h h..Vo ll0e|. llangillg. over New
BtadTttenltea becomes more evane.oentUorl�� imr\)0V a���,i *ts approaches tor
at. each turn of events surrounding severa] diiys> greatly Interfering with |
til.' f mini ry, which was so readily Shipping, are the forerunners of a
-pasted and so heartily welcomed by jti-opi-cal climate for New York is the1
tl* .Laurier .Ministry in their full de-1 opinion "expressed by Captain Arthur:
sin- fh.it the service may be purged I Mills, commander of the American1
.*..���.��� anything having the appearance .}ner Philadelphia, which was delayed
person    or j outside Sandy   Hook  for many  hours!
by  the fog.    "It  is the gulf stream," ,
Stream Is getting closer to New York
every year, and I expect, If l live that
long, to see the gulf stream running
right past our dour and New York be-
come a tropical city with an almost j
continual fog rolling in from the sea.'' !
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CUSTOMS   SALE
Under instruct inns from Angus
.Munn, Esq., collector, 1 will sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION  at  the    Customs
Warehouse, this city, on
FRIDAY, June 5, 1908
at 2 o'clock, p.m., various lots of
abandoned, unclaimed and seize 1
goods, as per lists to be seen at Customs House, and at the Agent's Offlc a
oi the C. P. R., C N*. R.. Dominion Ex
press Co., and Great Northern Express
Co.
Terms and conditions made knowh
at sale.
T. J. TRAIT.  Auctioneer.
Will appeal to the business man of New Westminster as a most desirable place, where sub!!
urban   life   can    be   enjoyed    with
venience of the city.
every   con-
New Westminster. R.C.. Mav
1908.
HAMS ^
18c. per ,b<
He can be supplied with pure spring water piped into his residence
electric light, and a 45 minutes' tram service to and from this citv &'
This beautiful subdivision of 230 acres is now being placed on the rn
ket in 5 and 10 ac. tracts, all cleared and in crop, at $200 per ac; crop includ I
Silver Maple Gardens is about 10 miles distant from the city on theG N
Ry., the Chilliwack tram, and has a boat landing on either end of the place
The soil is of a black alluvial make-up and is from three to five feet in
depth, with clay subsoil.
The cleared land without crop is $150 per acre; the cleared land including crop, $200 per acre; easy terms.
Remember, we advertise the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the
truth. Come with us to-morrow and we will show you something worth looking at, worth purchasing, and worth staying by.
THE
nf wrong-doing and any
persons who may be guilty of such
airomg-dolng. It is possible that the
'.���-.'ii' thing" will turn out, as all the
other so-called scandals have, either
the imaginings of a disordered mind
ox r.ie working of spleen by some dis-
gpccatled servant who while he held
office forgot thai he was simply a cog
in the wheel and not the whole ran-
"b;_ie.
said,   shaking   his head.    "Tlie
Central Meat Market
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Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  .va
BOWELL A ODDY. Proprietors
PASTURE To Rent
j ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
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Phone 433
Second Door from Tram Office
NEW WESTMINSTER      P.O.Box 625
fl  TRUSTED SERVANT.
���Commissioner Mackenzie   King    is
certainly a good public servant,  versatile to a degree, and   the   Ottawa
Gorarnmenl are to be congratulated In ceived
'J_eir choice of him for the performance ni duties in wiiich firmness and
tact   were  required  to    go   hand  iu
(und.    li,- satisfactorily  settled    the
.Iajsanese question, he fulfilled hla mis-
.-������t-ji io England on the Hindu problem
vn'.'-l! credit to himsi 11 and the Dom-
���-. and now he Is adjusting    me
. talma of the Chinese   at Vancouver
and  loss  on  account  of
ts*a regi      d( .,;. i-Orlent-
U enthusiasts. Tor;  an . Li n ral ; resfi
i credit for t. hat l*.e has
* *      it i�� remains for the mise  i .
un-.,' sheet   ...   the  street    to    cas:
- '��� his commissions,   and    sug-
WEBts . at he enquire Into the gamb-
������'���'-   . QSitiea ��� *. the heathen   and
"-J"'-'1 I the .Marine Department
H Is :' u   tnat the legacj  of an a__;i-
'.UiU-ed   5J*stem  of accounting    which
ihe  Tories In    - - .  good enough
for them   ���-.:. :hey  were    in    office,
���Mir rotten now that they are out, now
-*   ���      I    d  change    and  Commls-
Kteg   might  do  hii.;.-   -
���   ���'��� ��� '���     ai Bd in i   ntrol t_ufl dent-
_j  long  ti - - tht     s; si  m
���"-���* ; ���    Si      luestioi    .     i     ;.-,   .   .....
���aim....*-, ol the  Laurier Ministry   to
* ���      : - tivelj   .vita this Department
and Mai ..... .  ;. ... :-....-,  ;    ���������*-... ma-^
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FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From   one  to  one   hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
No   mors   mei   of   sending    yourj    Abundant grass and water.    Apply
orders to "The other side."    You can-to the owner,
now get the best rubber stamps, made'
of good gum  rubbsr. on    latest    im-;                      "��� �������� AUSTIN
proved machinery, by expert workmen, i Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.
and ! i ���     ��� ���	
We have just received     ������������������mm+mmmmm* ********* ����
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders filiea  same day  as  re-
A.   G.  BAGLEY    &   SONS
410 Hastings Street. Vancouver.
; J TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and
�� l*^*Vfc'V*3 VALUATOR . . .
All  business   in  this  line   guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
I     Auction  sale every  Friday morning
\ag.<y Makes Good Rubber Stamps"  on the   Market   square.
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest refection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err ssed
the pond.
J. N. AITCH-SON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia   St.,  NEW   WFSTMINSTER
J Twenty Per Cent
Cash Refund
���'  :-      :-  -���''��� *     :':=.!*  M:    i'ord.a is
���    ��� ��� the E .>-.... I-:   . net - an I Is to
Iajv-p associated  with him    Premiers
SfcBiide, ile.din ana Whitney, Would
;* not in.' well for these gentlemen   to
er oi the i'e feral O:    sl-
Tiim in formulating   a   policy,   or a;
to put a little stiffening into the
.... .-. one be haa been hawking about
irnot Toast to Coast.   At    the   same
~.._ie "...    McBride might    .wt   the^e
vm-mie.-.   to permit .i larger share of
!-.:   ooontry's -exchequer   to come  to
"lis Province.
.v. a tJiink that iu view of the fact
that the electric cars travel along
f___-_nel.il street, some effort should be
*-._.*>de by the City Fathers to impress
_-.ni service a tank car operated by
���*���..- Railway Company and paid for by
<hp City for the purpose of laying the
d  .-'  from the Guichon Hotel to the
���]������__ o: the track at Sapperton. it
<\>uid be constructed -so as to give
- uffk-ieni force to cover the macadam
���~rnni land  should  not  cost  much   to
m rate. i;
Seventeen Children Injured.
I ..-.sville.   Pa,   May   .7.-Seventeen
i hlldren were Injured, several of them
fatally,   last   night   when    a  score    of
'������-irs and girls climbed aboard a truck
on thc Phiiadelphai ft Reading rail-
_uad branch to l.tuclon colliery and
started it down a heavy prade.    While
E3_Iag al t'r -.infill Bpeed the truck col
l';led with a car and both wvro al-
MM! completely demolished.
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EVERYBODY
FORTOE REST SHOES
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pecial mLcrus
PRICES
DAY on Numerous Lines of Summer Shoes
"Warwick" Shoes for Men
The newest shoe on the market. Made of gun metal calf, patent
celt. Ox-blood calf, white canvas, etc. Oxford and Blucher lace styles.
Prices,  per  pair    $4 5(J and $5 0Q
Men's Walk-over Shoes
Gun metal Oxford, in tr is lne. pen pair  $5.00
Gun metal button Oxfond. in thi,  line.  |;er  pain   .- 55.03
Tan Russia calf "Walkovers" in button and lace Oxfords, pair $6.00
Men's "Newark" American   made  ahoes. in  tan   and    black,    pc-
'���'' $5.00
Special Prices on
LADIES' SHOES
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of
Men's Suits, Odd Pants,
Overalls, Sweaters, Shirts.
Braces,  Underwear, Ties,
etc., etc.
Boots and Shoes for .Men.
Women and Children, Calico, Prints, Toweling, Curtains, Ladies' Vests, Night
Gowns, etc.,
We shall during the next
FIFTEEN  DAYS
refund to each   purchaser  20 per *
cent   of   the   amount   of    all   pur
chases in any of these lines.
Our stock is all new, the best obtainabl
you should  not miss an opportunity for
like this.
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Ladies' $3.50 American lace boots for $3.00
Ladies' $3.50 American turn sole boots for   }2.75
Ladies' $4,00 button Oxfords  in patent and kid   $3.00
Ladies'$4.50 gun metal Oxfords, American   make    $3.50
Ladies' "Cross" shoe, in patent and Russia calf pumps . $4.00
Ladies' McPherson $3.00 kid Blucher, turn sole Oxfords for . $2.50
Ladies' white canvas Oxfords for $2.00 and $2.50
See the styles, pr.ces. etc.. in our windows
KYLE & SON
Front St.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have tre-- M-
amined. We n.ake "3 charge
for testing your eyes. A .' usol*
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors    n  T.   G **���"'-��
Jewelry S'.cre. THU
,B6DAY, MAY M, 19C8.
TH�� CASH STORES    T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES 1
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Tbe Wfl Greatest Selling Days ui tin: Season will lie FBIDAY and 8
SATUHDAY, and the most pronouBced bargains will bo here     |
Monster SaT^oFI
Ladies' Suits
$20.00 Suits for $9.50
rhlrty.flve ladies' suit* at less th ���  ,. VV<J ^ t(jQ
these, having bought rather mon :, ,. Y thi. eason than formerly
For this reason we have made this .,,, , ,,,���. prl(Je (.u[
You'll see in these suits the same high character of making thai
���     --"- a11 the sarments sold byth       ,:,    The materials too
ar8      .   ._��� as well as fashionable,    i ,,,. Prlnce    <-.
..;. _d plain tailored, in light tweeds, two tone stripes
perrons aud monotones���light and a imm Reg :, raiue sis and
j2(    Friday and Saturday your choice for   $9 50
Lingerie Waists af $1.25
,,,.. sixteen dozen waist beauties, some ol them being high grade
Impori    ons.    They come In line lawn,  muslins  and dotted   mull;
;   rslan lawns, with blind and open en    oidery  Borne with Bne
lenne lace trimmings; a greal  variel        di   . as, scarcely any
. ....   The regular prices of  these  are  J1.75, $2.00,  $2.25    and
.... I, For Friday and Saturday we have i        ���   price to, each . .$1.25
Si. windows.
liliinery at Fiy Away Prices
Two Sensational Specials for Friday and Saturday
DRESS  HATS  AT  52.95.
This line the regular price ot which Is $4.oi     .: nr, i, com . in
fancy and plain straws neatly trfj .',   .  ���:,      ��� ��� ,.:i     ribbons   and
Bowers,   Price, each     $2.95
DRESS  HATS AT $1.50.
line Is regularly sold at $6.00 a id $6.50.    The;   are made of
li   and fancy braids, trimmed with the newest  trlrtttnlngg;  a
wonderful bargain for Friday and Saturday al     !$4.50
No*...'���These hats are not poor sellers or left overs, bul are Just
I hi , tor our summer trade, many of th m eing on view now for
the first time.
Dress Muslins!   Dress Muslins!
", al showing of new Irish dainty muslins  tor summer dresses.
* .- ;lre line.t pattern., and designs w��   have exhibited   this  sea-
y son, The prices, too. are. extremely  m   lerate    ranging    from,    per
I>-:-     15c to 30
Household Hints-Honey Saving Opportunities
balance of this week we
ontinue oa:- sale of cotton
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pxxls.
hundred and llftj bed ads foi $1.50. All our regular $2.50
I spreads   large l .  sale it  $1.50
hundred and fifty white ed $1.00. All our regu-
whlte double bed spre ds, full size, for  $1.00
��� -each.    A ni                           if i
on, regular 15c each.    NO**.    *   ���         10c
cases 25c each.   A bei itiful line of li    nd  16 Inche wide,
ch pillow cases,   ttegula I       Now a   each 25c
at eosl price.   Honey al   15c per pair.   Over
-i fringed white hone; toi   ,-.    Regular prici   25c per
n sale at, per pair 15c
towels 25c per pair. 10c per pair I rge size, pure
I'nei buck towels, fringed, plain ���   sti ilr  25c
owels "'���!��� per pair In tvl                    il  15 inch    long good
width.    Regular Hoc per pair.    Now at   50c
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THE STORE VALUE BUILT
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Before ordering your sashes, doors,   window frames,    etc..     (.hone
M 175.    You will  save  money and  get  a   re! atle  job  with  the  least
delay.
CAUDY   &   CO.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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CITY NEWS
-*   B278,   Royal City Cleaning'    An exhibition of callstbeni
'" ":��� ng Works, opposite   Premier given by the student.* pf the Colum-
**iMan college tonight, under the direc-
ion of the instructor. J. S.  Robbins.
D- ���'- Stewart, local manager ol-the
ton branch of the B. C. '!_. R.
pent  yesterday ia tin. city.
���
To dispute the superiority of
"Brillante" cigars is to question the
value of quality. �����
Jailei    I.   Loftus  Mclnnes Is  absent
from duty  at the city    police,   tread
���  -. having been granted his annual leave of absence this week.
Bring your old Victor gramophone
records to be exchanged for new ones
' at .!.   ll.  Todd's music store, Colum-
| 'uia street. **
II O. Lamb, of the V. J. Hart com-
pan Is leaving today for Edmonton,
���l  ere lie will spend several weeks on
isiness.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. ������
The committee of the city council
rppointed to consider the market improvements will visit the building to-
cay, and offer suggestions at the rearrangements of the stands.
i
See  our add.    Alberta    Hungarian
! flour, $1.60 sack, or $0.25 barrel.   Geo.
New five room house and lot for
sale on Alberta street. Will Bell cheap
on terms. John A. McDonald. Sapperton.
At the board of trade room on Satur-
daj i vening a meeting of the Civilian
Rifle association will be held to discuss the season's program and other
business.
All kinds or annuals at Tidy's, the
llorist.   Phone 184. **
A man named Begbie, injured at one
of ihe local sawmills through having
1 i.s fingers cut by the sawing machine,
uas admitted for treatment yesterday
lo the Royal Columbian hospital,
Marcus Cox, a well known prospector and trapper, leaves today for Pitt
Lake, where he ; roposes spending the
l'rxt lew months locating claims fov
himself and local parties interested In
I-is mining enterprises.
Four room cottages ln good condition.    Pantries  and   large basements.
[Price $1000 each; terms   if required.
Apply ow,),-!, J5J Eleventh street.
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Where's
the Game?
Not   hard  to find   if you're out
hunting for a bargain In RUGS.
Drop  in and see our '.)  ft. by
10 ft. 6 in. Art  Squares,    Regu
lar
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Rugs, regular $1.00, tor
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
Opposite Lorne Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone 73.
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ts of the'New Westminster
Adams, Public Supply Store.
Rome to Become a Seaport.
New York, May 27.���Paolo Tuc-
ciinisi, the Italian engineer, who is iu
Ibis country in the interest of the
committee of capitalists and prominent men from Rome who have lauuch-
(d the proposition of making Rome a
port, has arrived in tliis city from
Washington, and had a consultation
with the Italian consul, Count Rey-
'.-aiuitni MassiHa. The entire system
���,-i.U he opened by 1911, In time for
the celebration of the fiftieth annl-
versary of the making of Rome the | MISS DORA CACKETT, the eleven
capital of Italy. .. year-old Child Soprano.
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VAUDEVILLE
The ROYAL CITY
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
Opens    for   business    to-day   with a
strong aggregation of star artistes,  including*.
** ''iVnri... Club at the corner   of Third i f0Pd) arrived this morning from
Search was Fruitless,    ,
Srh Diego, Cal., .May 27,���Tho Drit-
u ii |uaboat Shearwater, Capt. Craw-
the
btreet and Royal   avenue   are
now
The Johrt L. Card unloaded lime on   ready for play. Applications for meru-
!:ie Wharf for Gilley Bros, yesterday. I bershlp should be made to ,1. Mother-
This firm has chartered the Kildonan.   well.
a tug well known on the riverfront, to
i���������place the Flyer now under repair.
See   (.dr   43.   on   page 8   for   swell
silver goods.    Chamberlain. **
The Chinamen, Sing Lee and Gow,
Dahlias, Geraniums and .all kinds of
bedlng and vegetable plants. Davies &
: Son.   Telephone B208.
The Chilliwack Fruit company   has
[purchased the plant of the old ".Vest-
charged  with    keeping    a   minster  fruit  cannery,  and  the    ma-
who   v,
���nmlng house   on    McNeely    street,
illed to appear yesterday for the re-
sumed   hearing and    forfeited    their
hail, $60 and $40.
Se? Abbott & Hyde about those five-
acre Mocks they have for sale on
easy terms; near Bon Accord. Ideal
location for fruit and chicken ranch.
Buy now. while prices are low.       **
The  uncler-aecretary  of    state    iot
chmery will ibe removed up the river.
The company will restrict itself to
canning fruit and preparing prunes
for market.
Tne most convincing argument in
favor of "H. C-" and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. **
The annual church Bervice ol Rose
of Columbia lodge No. Hi., Sous of
England  Benefit  society,    will    taki
south,  having been on a    long    and
fruitless search for the big British
collier Silverhorn, which is now sup-
1 osed to have been lost with all ou
iloard in tlie South Pacific ocean some
where near San Fernandez island
(Crusoe's island), off the coast of
Northern Chile. The Silverhorn was
loaded with coal, which she took ou
at Cardiff.
F. JONES, Tenor.
PAT    CASHAM,    a   genuine   Irish
comedian.   *�����*>
Hear his new gags and rich brogue.
ROVING PICTURES
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
KFFlClK.ST   ORCHESTRA
POPULAR   PRICES.
NOTICE
Canada has spent a copy of the "Great IPiace on Sunday    evening    next    at
Trigonometrical Survey of India'* torfHoly Trinity cathedral, the members
Xew      Westminster      Carnegie !assembling in the lodge room. K. of P.
ry.    ;.;.- was given by the Indian 11;all. at 6:30 p.m., and proceeding to
an   nl  thr mgh the high commis-  the church in parade order.
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
All members of New Westminster
Aerie a\o. 20 and visiting members
are requested to attend Memorial
Services on Sunday afternoon, May
:'l, 1908, at I! o'clock in Eagles hall,
Columbia stieet.
The  public Is cordially Invited    to
attend the. services.
11. SCHOFIELD,
Secretary
CARD OF THANKS.
To the officers aud members of the
Ladles of the Maccabees of the World.
I hereby acknowledge with sincere
thanks the payment of a beneficiary
certificate in your order for $1000 held
by my late wife, Caroline M. Kendall.
1 also desire to thank the supreme
officers and the officers of New Westminster Hive No. 3 for their klndnoss
���md assistance in the preparation of
ihe claim papers.
ISAAC  N.  KENDALL.
New Westminster, May 27, 1908.
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:.��� Austrian fisherman named Martin Banich will appear before the
police magistrate this morning ou a
si lions charge, lt being alleged that
attempted to strangle a woman
whom he formerly knew under other
(oiditions   because   she.   refused    to
.:-.,. to his advances.
A.i exhibition baseball match is
proposed tor Saturday afternoon between the city team and Columbian
college. These two teams have met
for the last time this season iu
scheduled games, the down town boys
having secured the victory on every
occasion. The Sapperton .team and
Lhe Painters are also due to clash together on Saturday afternoon, on
which occasion the lads from the
astern limits expect to make a strong
nhowlng, having discovered a couple
of new men who are reported to be
real ball players.
Remove An  Eyesore
Notr.na gives a bright res deuce a
itreate- sstba.k than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
pleasing than a wall kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a  dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
ail'l disgusted. We have a larje .ariety in stock, including the latest
'"siest ball bearing mowers yet invented, and we respectfully WHcn
"* critical inspection.
., W* have garden tools and implements in stock calculates- to satisfy
",- "Wort fastidious, and economical buyers, Also an extensive stock ot Bee
applies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Money Saved
BY   USING
Knox Moth Lavender Flakes
Knox Moth Cedar Flakes
Moth Camphor
One pound packages
25 cents each
Moth Bags
out
*>nd
.'0u
Now is the time to use these
lines and save your Furs and
Wooiens.
Hard
Llr-nltc-d
Warb, etc.
cpu
MB I*   -Tr.TC"
Drugs, Srcctsclfis and Seeds
.*.;'.%'   WESTM-l^TER.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
, .  .*<*   ... Vh, late of Ottawa. In <-.*-.ar'js
ef the Op..sal Oepartmenb
The Royal City vaudeville theatre
will open its doors to the public today with a strong aggregation of
vaudeville actors, these Including Fat
C a sham, a versatile Irish comedian
.,ho has travelled the length aud
breadth of this continent under the
direction of world famous theatrical
managers, and who has always made
good everywhere. F. Jones, a tenor
of no mean ability, and Miss Dora
Cackett, a demure little maiden of
eleven summers, will also contribute
songs at each performance. The moving pictures are said to be just about
the best ever, while the illustrated
songs will be somewhat out of the
ordinary.
The annual memorial service of the
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie No.
20, Will lake piaco iu this city ou
Sunday, when about 150 members of
the order are expected to take part in
the parade t<> the Sapperton cemeteries. The usual service will take
place in Eagles hall, Columbia street,
when  several  of the officers    of    the
! local Aerie will take part, these Including Ben Robb, chaplain; ll. J.
Clark, president; F. J. Lynch, junior
I past president, and II. Schofleid, sic-
retary. Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor
of St.  Andrews  Presbyterian church,
J will also  deliver  an  address    at  the
! hull just previous to the procession
starting  on   its  walk    to   Sapperton,
, where the graves of twelve deceased
members of Aerie 20 will be decorated
with flowers. The city band will accompany the parode to the cemetery.
A lacrosse match    between    teams
selected from  among the most active
of the  local  ihemhera of the    Royal
Templars of Temperance ls to   take
; iaco at Queens park thia evening, the
bail  being  faced   off  at 6:'SO  o'clock.
jS-Vcral of the members of the teams
t>ns players of note in thla city, and
Lf they are accorded any support  by
| their team mates, the gapie should be
jwell worth witnessing.   Th�� following
water drinkers  will   l'nv-up.    Watei-
Iwasters���J.  "Bryson (goal), R, Cli.ani-
|bers, W. Patchell, T. Cnulson, It. Mite
JKenzle, W.  McDonald, R.   McKenzie,
!j. l.urr, W. J. Burr, W. Sclater,  J.
| Pook   (captain),   \V.    Day.     Carrie
j Nationalists���N.    R.    Brow:,   (goal),
jFred  Haggman,  H.   "vvigglni,   J.   .T.
jjohnston,    B.    Fisher   (captain),   E.
j Warwick, \V.  Wnrw'ck,   R. Sangster,
! H{ Pook. B. Gilley, O. SUigg, H. Ba.tt-
[*.*%.   Roferew. O. Swaoswiij judge, of
��� play, O. Spring.
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Public Supply Stores <*eo. adams
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.
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Phone  92.
$1500 TO LOAN
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A CLIENT HAS JUST PLACED
WITH ME $,_00 TO LOAN ON
A FIRST MORTGAGE ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY, AT
8 PER CENT., FOR ANY NUMBER OF YEARS AND ON TERMS
SUITABLE TO THE BORROWER.
APPLY TO
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKE
ARMSTRONO BLOCK.
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-25     Majestic Bldg.,
Detroit. MMh
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May ith    to    18th,
June 5th, Sth, 19th and 20th.
Toronto and return   ? 94.40
Montreal and return   108.50
.. ilifax and return     135.50
( b   ago and return      73.50
i>t   Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and return      60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. QOTJLBT,
Agent. New Westminster.
<r to B. J. COYI.E.
Asm. Genl. Pass. Apt., Vancouver.
THE STAR MIR A.
' A  Ban  of Groa<   ���������� Thnt  la  S tra*.
��� Unit   For  Kil.trnor.
1    For the greater part of the time th.
, variable Mlra, which has been known
, to astronomers for HOC years, Is alto
gether nnnotloeable and Indeed Invisible,  except with  telescopes.   It once
j disappeared  entirely  for a  period of
four years, but afterward attained extraordinary   splendor,   only   to   fade
again to Invisibility.    It ls a sun of
great slse. brighter than our sun when
It  shines  nt   its   brightest,   but  some
trouble, some solar disease, seems to
be sapping Its vitality, nnd lt resembles a patient almost nt tbe last gasp_
Once tn about 831  days���but the period is Irregular-���U has a sudden ao
cession of energy nnd flares up for a
little  while with  several  hundredfold
brilliancy   only   to   sink   back   into  a
dull red point that nearly escapes the
ken of the telescope.   One Interesting
explanation  that  has  been  suggested |
Is that the surface of Mlra periodically bursts into a vast flame of burning
hydrogen, so great and powerful thnt I
lt is visible across millions of millions !
of miles of space.   It Is a star for th�� j
Imagination of a  Dante, yet there is i
reason   to   believe   that   the   time   It
coming when  every  star  lu  tho  sky
not excepting  tbe  sun,   will  have  to
confront a similar struggle for exist- '
ence, Just ns every mortal being must
some time see death.���Garrett P. Ser-
visa In New Yonk American.
C. PURE GOODS ARE
C0WaQfS Perfection COCOa
(MapU Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
'A  Law to Authorize tlje Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu Island.
Pi-enouncing Greek  Name*.
Strictly speaking, it is not rigSn j
to pronounce rhe terminal ion "eus"
in '..reek proper names as if it were
two syllables, e-u., but in one sylla- ���
ble. having the sound of .n.-e.    Orpheus, for example, is not Or-fe-os
ont Or-fuce, the latter being the
classical method     in spite of this
however, the e-ns pronunciation is I
allowed by the dictionaries, that be-1
ing the anglicized method.   Zeus
thc name of the Bupreme deity, a<--
.ord;n�� to Greek mythology, is an
exception.   It should always b*pronounced a- if spelled Zuco.
Wrong  Frams  of  Mind.
"Caroline, aren't you ever going ft.
Join the church?"
'"Of course I am. Aunt Rachel. s*iro��
day. But yen ougtt to know hotter
than ask me to do lt when I'm right In
the midst of this dratted house clean
ll_g.B���Chicago Tribune.
The Old Orde- Changes.
The old Scot- parliament decreed
that 'golf and football shall be utterly
cry tt dune." and today the Scots pa:*-
bament does uot exist, while football
and golf have Inherited the earth.���
Edinburgh Dispatch.
Every good action prompts to a rep*
rltt.n fh_>a-_tt#
A Priceless Asset
���A. good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happlnes . They add much
to tho appearance and mi re to the digestion.
Neglect is the only c mse for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before It is too
late.
I
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
. Bridgework (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns        $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6 p.   m. Phone   2229
�� !
The Road to Success
W____WP____H___________M��M��_M_MBB.^^
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her- orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
minion lands in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and -Uberta, excepting 8 and _>.,
not reservod, may he homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of 3
family, or any male over 18 years o_
age, to the exuent of one-quarter section of lt)U acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency tor the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by pro*y may,
however, he made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son,.daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) .*t least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land ln
each year  for three years.
[$) A homesteader may, if he so
dosir.s, ;__rform the required re.i-
deuce   duties   hy   living   on
manner as is requisite for the issue o.
debentures for the raising of any loan
('.'>) This By-Law may be cited as
ihe "Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1008."
Done and passed in opvn Count!',
this 20th day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed th's
day of       , 1!. us.
City Clerk.
.Mayo:.
SOCIETIES.
��- F-AMITY LODGE
I. 0.
The regular ���,.���....
��� held in Oddfelle*,
hla street
at 8 o'clock
N0.27..
WHEREAS the Corpor. tion of the
City of .New Westminster ls the owner
of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
i four t:>D both inclusive, in Blocl; \
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
I Columbia.
AND WHEREAS thc present wo d
i'n bridge across the North Arm of
the Fraser River in the said City of
.New Westminster is in an unsafe and
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge w.th -i
|new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the Interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands Bhouid
be sold and the proceeds devoted    in
'part payment of the cost of construction of the said    steel    bridge    :ui 1
iotherwise, on Lulu Island.
and WHEREAS bv tne "Ne-,. Westminster Act, 1888���Amendment Act
1889," it is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of Ilie ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to be first had and obtained iu like manner as is requisite
foi the issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation on Lu.u
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and Instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE thv Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
N'ew Westminster  enacts as  fo'lows:
(1) It shall be lawful for t_ac
Council to sell and absolutely dlspos I
of, to any person or persons, tody or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being I_o;s One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both Inclusive, in Block A~ ol
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-,. ,, q
(7.7), Group One (1), in the City (i
.New Westminster, Province of Brnls;:
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions a. the said Council may by rest
lution determine. And the Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation an
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such convi yanci B
agreements for sale or other instruments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; pro\i ied tbat
the proceeds of any such sale i r Bales
shall be devoted in part payment of
the cost of construction of :he sail
steel bridge or otherwise on Luiu Island as the Council may by resolntl
| determine.
(2) Thia By-law before   the   finai
���ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-Weit j passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Homestead   Regulations. Lent  of the  ratepayers of the  Muni-
Auy even numbered section of Do-1cipallty of the said Corporation in like
-Meetings ,S?,, ^,
^y In each Z2 ^ *���!
brethren cordlall-^Zta . VlsltlI
Lodge room, a o r t.'"�� !lt'enj
tellowjs'  bloc,   n' .'_   ��� hall. OdJ
bl<*!(.  Clark
M'i street
COURT BRUNETTP   u
-Meets toSuNy����,
ts   the
month   at   8
vourtti
I.0J
m ta
hail, Oddfellows'ffick0  the >!
��� OURT ROYAL CCLUM**>
A. O. F.-Tbe reguiS '*'?,�������
thisLod.ea^he.'r,,,'.
and[Fourth Tuesdaj   ,,f���^Se^
at �� I'- m. in Lhe Oddtefil.,
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF  EAGI c|
Aerie No. .0- Meel '
!"f^ft8P   - - i�� the F .
hall,    i olumbla     i fl
W" r''^;  "  *"' 3ecret.r1
PERANCE meel   everv to__   E1
at  B o'clock  ,,   ��� ";"'^
bad, Columbia
,m- 'n Oddfelii
SON
-Ifao CF SCOTLAND BENEPit"_1
SOCIATION, LORD OF The I. J
CAMP,191^Meetsontheni '
Kin:.  ��� ":'������'��� "   "  "ery ^
I.  O.
0. F.
��� Royal Ci
'y
Lodg*. %
��� M
sets
In
Oddfi .
ov>
s' Hall rJ
urn,
Is St
:������'��� ���
, everj
F
rlday am
at 4
o clock.
Visitt
ng
I r-tir-n.
be
'!.-. ;.-
Wl
i
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���v '��� D
N.
li.; C
E.
< > borni
'���'��� G. recot
ing
secretary.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, E $1
Red Rose Degree meets Second i
Fourth Wednesdav of each montl
In K. of P. Hall, r,/,:,: ���-., s. 1
8 p. m.. White Res.-" Degree, Four!
Wednesday in each r_...-.i_, BaJ
time and place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    S0C1ET1E|
-...iude the Union Lodge  Nt  j
P. ar.d A. M.; King Sol tcon Lodfl
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L 0.
No. 1150; L. O. L_, N'o  ."      .,;J
Sapperton, No. .68 1   !   0. I      i
P.,    Court Westminster,   No. "*|
Brotherhood of Ow'a  .v.- n
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C.
rlster and Solicitor.   CU
ers,   Canadian   Bank   ot   Commeri
v.u!idiEg. NVw Westminster, B. C.
.VHEALLER.    BARRISTER,
licitor,  etc.,    ..' Loral   801
'       -ite Court Hou.--. Set Westal
ster.   Phone 14_.
W.
A.
W
HITES1DB & EDMONT'S. Barrj
ters and solicitor.-, Blactis Bil
Cciumbia street, New Wettmimtl
W. J. Whiteside, H  I.. Edmondl
M
ARTIN &  .McQUARRIE. B-.KR1!
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above ls a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration bv
the Municipal Council of the City of
.New Westminster one month from thi
lirst publication thereof in the "Dally
farming | Columbian," and "Dally News" new_-
tand owned   solely   bv   him.   not  less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
j the vicinity of his homestead. Jolat
[ownership in land will not meet this
' requirement.
C!) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by  him,  not  less
papers, which first publication took
place on the 20th day of May, 1908
and that a vote of the electors of the
City will be taken on the said proposed By-l_aw on the 22nd day of
June, 190$, between the hour? of nine
o'clock a.m.. and five p.m., at the.
I following places, namely, th*? Council
.Chamber,   Civic   Building,    the    Fire
than eighty (80)  acres  ln  extent,  in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up- !Ha"'  SaPP*rton:   and  ,he Li��ht  Bta-
on a homestead entered  for'by him i U��n' Ten,h S:m>t'
tn tbe vicinity, such homesteader may ! W. A. DUNCAN.
perform his own residence duties by : CHV Clerk.
living with the father (or mother). ' j0"-? Hal1- Ma>' 2<*b- 190i!*
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two   _��_���_��___��___.__��_����_	
preceding  paragraphs  is  defined    as j
meaning not more than nine miles in I
a direct  line, exclusive nf the width
Of  rrJad  ailowanoes crossed    In    '.he,'
measurement.    .
(5) A   homesteader  intending    to
perform   his   residence   duties   In   ac-'
cordance with the .uove while living '.
with parents or cn firming land own- .
ed by bin...': must notify  the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months'
Westminster, Trapp Bloc);, ccml
Clarkson and Lome streets VanecJ
ver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Grange s'.x^
Joseph Martin. K.C, W. G Mcw-jar**!
Consultations with Mr. Mart_fc=ay
arr?nged at the Westminster aff::��.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrister I
Solicitor, Gulchon bloc.. C*-!ua]
bia and McKenzie street.-. He* W��
minster, B. C.
i W. MYERS GRAY, Barr^-=-* S0'icltj
and .Notary Public, to -wactles tM
1S91 at New Westa****** Pr ��P
flees removed to C"rtls Block.Gl-Tj
eon street, opposite Court Hot
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
F. H AN8FO R V.    B&:
Solicitor, etc., Cre.^et: bWJ
ccmer     Columbia     and     HcKeM|
streets, .New Westminster  S. '
BOARD   OF TRADE ���N. ��    ������
ster Board of Trade   ~    '   -   :'
Board Room, City Hall   ��� - fo*:
Third    Thursday   of
Quarterly   meetings   on   : ���
Thursday    of    Fe.  -
AogBBl and  November.  .-'
Annual    meetings    on    '-'���*
Thursday    of    Februaj
members    may    be   pro
elected at any monthly of .
meeting.    A. E. White, S*a
FIRE ALARM  BCMO-S
w
i
:t;rj
���     *f
���ed  a"l
terli
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St Pan! 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
lOtlce In writing must I equipment that of the  Chicago, Mil-
^
i be given to the Commissioner of Do
j minion Lands a: Ottawa, of intention
l;o apply for patent
W.  W.  CORY.
Deputy of the -Minister of the Interior.
j    .n.  I..���Unaut&oitMd publication    f
: this advertisement will not be paW
...  .-:*--.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Milts.
7���Carnarvun and Ton'.h
8���Royal avenue and _9*h'
9���Fifth avenue and Tifetfl
12���St. Mary's Hos; r I
13���Second and Park R- **'
14���Columbia and  Duff
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  arenue ��
24���._..:d avenue ,��nd Be*  ���
.   fttftfj.
waukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They ,
own and operate their own sleeping
and ,"'n't v: -_*s on alii their trains snd
give   '���*--. i    - trons   an   excellence  of
_erv-..-.   i.i  . btainabie elsewhere.
.-.. s. ROWE. Gene-*] Ari��nt. t
.34 Third _*���, cor Alo>r f(yi\t"i. Or
i raarti
t  H ���;-. ���':
25���Fifth av��ue asd
26���Fifth avenue an
27���Third avenue as'. J*��1
��2���Agnes and Sixth.
B4_-Sebaaka MaeWae *" "":
SS���Colombia and MeJCeW -"
36���C. P. R.   Station.
C-Sma!! * BtrekBa M   c Ithu
rSDAY,
MAY 28,  1908.
,\
THE DAILY NEWS.
end Building?
���There is no time like the present" I, an eld saying but more .specia'
.rtnt   I* is' h0WeVer' VCry t'uestionabl^ W it vs.II remain so much longer
If,   DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices 30 Up again.
Of course you will have to procu re a lot and this is where WE CAN B
., doubt the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster WE
JW,pectlve purchasers  BUT   IN THE  VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
It is situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
rte Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains. You can also see all the LACRO
where. Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot street and has a lane at the
I, one lot is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and have
iheprices of which arejbsurdedty low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
doe. : - s apply to budding operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS   GONE   DOWN   to  *   very  astoiu.h.nj
Lab   '  s also much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries arid OOftvlOCS youi
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE   of wh.it   ||  beyond  the  leAst'sl".....-'.*
D3 NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use f_nc>   names  In  order to  attract
DENTIAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnlflclent view of
-SE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look .it these lot* before buying site
'ear Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out .ind take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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v zo -
A. W.  McLeod
Sold
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
SIX
lots and a house facing Fourth Avenue
between  Pine and Third  Sts.   House is seven roomed with modern Improvements.
One lot corne
I
r of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price.
,��1200.
WIFEVS  SUCCESS.
Sh* k_���� ji;st Hv* to Jetty He�� H.,t��
ll.    A ,'i-g.
��� M\    do.. I,'    v,:.l   \\\,,    hov.sow ISO    A*
ihe Bllcd  hor  husiiuids or.;-  ?\  so. ��� ::.\
���....- from the coffee machtn and
i ...so.i ii to hlm, ��� yon ean I poeslbly
wear thai old tall igata this s.i ���..-.���������.
"Woj    asked tivo man.   "What*! tiu
natter witb ttJ"
"Vou ought to hnvo a now one."
���**. bucks!"   said   tho   men     ��� \:.   It
BMdi ls i little prtMWtrm aad it will
K"h'W well enough,    ir.   a loan  n-aj
from U'lni; worn out."
"Now, lsn t that just  Ilk* vou!    Junt
Nvnuso It Isn'i tn NLgl y<ni Ihlnk  yon
] hnvo to keep oo wearing it Jim, i
wanl you to so to your tailor tomor
row nnd i>ioh out ii nice piece el goods
and li:m< .. suit mndo of It     11  roally
is �� ihame the waj >oo go about."
"Nobody's udlttakoh ne for :> tranp
to fnr   stvnniior. Men t,t be decently
>-lrll to mo "
*'01i. you know l don't moan thnt. I
know  yOU  look  well.     Vou'd  look  wr��ll
in overalls aad ytAi would command
respect, us fnr nn thnt  goal     Nolio.l;
would i'ii'i- mistake you t*t n tramp
il on If yon did dross llko one."
"You   won't   i'ii'i-   lo.o   Anything   hy
thnt." said the num.
"I'm not Joking, I wnnt yon to or
dor  that  SUlt     Ami  don't   ro   to   any
cheap tailor, either.  o�� to �� good on*
evou If you do hnvo t<> pay n lllttn
BON, It's worlh It. A nil get �� sniy.
I lovo to ��ee yo\i In gtay.    I  I hint. II
becomes you mow tt\��n anything ..ino.
Won't yon go tomorrow nnd kih�� aboul
ItV"
"Why. no. my done," laid tho ninn,
"1 think I run gel along vory wall with
the null  I'vo gol."
"Yea, .vou can not along >v111_ tt."
"Woii. then, what makes yon wmii
me to "ft n new onol"
"You'd look no niuoh better lu I. now
j ouo   Mr, Benton waa wearing ��� n.-w
I miii the other day, i noticed, nnd 1
1 Just   tlioiiK'ht  when   1   lookn-1  nt   hlm
| what nn  Improvonipnl  It  nmdo In hi*
i npinwi.iU'aV    Ho   wiim   looking   nlinply
'. nwful hoforv.   Ot oourso, dri'nn miN,ui
i more to hlm thnn It doei to you with
1 Ms iiia'uro nun poor onrrlnm*. nml thou,
! you know, ho hns to try to Impronn p��*i>
; plo, Still"
I    "i dou't believe t need n new ��uit
| Myrtle."
"i.ui you do need It i want my hue-
band to look his host nlwnys hln vory
ln'st, nnd ololhi'H ivnlly do holp   Thnfi
why i alwaya love to lie you in even
lug dross   You look id dtitlngulihedi
You  look dlltlngUllhod  nii.vwiiy.  do��j��
est, bul clothei really do help."
riio man robbed hin thin. "01 oourM
they do." be admitted,
"Corlnlnly   thoy   do,    Now,   don't   It*
oiisiiniiio, dear, i know perfectly well
Whal you tiro thinking Of. Yon llilnU I
good now hi'iIiik olollu'H nml I now hill,
nml you've willluK <o snorlflco youriolt
Just to ui.'iko your ugly wlfo hoiiiiltrul.
1 don't nml you to think of mo nl nil
I  v, .ml yon to got yotir.olf tho thii- :<
you iiood n�� badly and not ilwayi h*
denying yonrult on my Dccount"
"J>0   .vou   noinl   nprliiK   o lui lion?    I
thought"
".Hm, I toll you I don'i wnnt you to
think of mo. Why, of oourao i need
clothoi. I baveb't n thing nt to wm*,
Mu! iiitvor mind thnt. I'll got 11U1U4
Hoiuohow. I'm Koliiij to hnvo tny poor,
11I111.101I husliniul hnvo Ids oiotlio* IliU
time,   I'll wn" till liu*lin��M.  lmprovo��."
"Woii," mniti iho man, "maybe the
liuslmiKs  nilalit Klnnil  ll  If you  don't
Nlrlko mo too hunt    I don't know hut
I  wlll got n now nuit myself,   Hon
much will IU you out?"
"You   dour!"   oxoli-lmoil    the   lAdy.
"Weill if you inilit on 11. rn toll yo*
Hut I wnnt you lo hnvo yonr nult.'*-
Qhloago New*.
Couldn't Help Himtalf.
McQUARRIE   &    CO. ^Street
SOLE AGENTS i-OR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
railway 1 it
B|��
etched by c. P. R. train at 8:35
a- m ; close 8 a. m.
Dispatched  by B.  0. &****
Co., 7:4o a. m.:
Vancouver, No. 1, daUywceptSaa ;
Return mall received 10 am.
g   p_m.   Bonacord Wednesdays   Central   Park,  dally   eicept  Htindny,
to i Satntdai 1
day
Su
ma3 and Seattle, via Huntlngd-in
.toi'.'s-iio Ma
Sundav
1.   dally   except   Sun
dally  ��
Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
*'  saii;ierton   No.   1.  dally  except
Ctaytoa,   Tuesdays aad   Thursday.!,
I Mondays. Wednesday! aad Saturdays.
Dispatched by G.N.K. train. S 45 a.rx.   T,-e'>*i:     Wedneadaya and   Sa'.ur-
1,1   Pnr-   Ke"* Iaj��.    Retatm mail received Mondays
Cloverdale.    Nicomekl .Port  se^ ���
,, n��_     p-.iri--      Ronao- i_.  -     ���-.'��-
Hazelmere,    Hulls    Prairi.,^   **>
cord, Blaine  and   Seattle   (aU points ^.^....^   .... B   c   Electric tatlway,
in   Washington   and   south,    a��o   aa ���>:*;i) ��. a��.:
points  In eastern  states)     da^/J Vl_.���,r,-  No.   2;  nctwta. No. 1; (except Sunbury,
cept Sunday.    Return mail, rece-ve-.
Retuni mall received nt ll p.m.
Dispatched by c.riior. t:ia ti. tn.
Kaot Burnaby, rtnlly eioppt iuntiay,
Return malls ��*�����*������?.vpil at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched hy earlier 12*00 noon:
Tlmboilaml, Strawberry Hill,   Tues- Sunday.   Return mall H p. m
clays and Fridays.   Retuni   malls   received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Hnnbiirry, Mondays, Wednesday.
i'nd Fridays; leaves 11 a.m.
Burnaby Lake. Return mail at
Sl^n.
Dispatched by 0.1��i. Fyler. 4 o. m.:
To southern    points,   daily except
All down rlTer points via Vancouver,
*��r
ADVERTTSE
��� IN ���
���Wi
Thi   d a 1 u v   mkm.M
"Itlgsna Is going to marry the widow
WaWtlN."
"Indeed! I always thought b�� had
an eye on her daughter."
"Ho he bud. hut the mother h*.il an
ays un him." -Mull nml Expreoa.
A fUmarkabl* Letter.
A young lady of very oxtritivrrtlnnri
capacity lately addressed the f.diowlnf
letter to her cousin:
"We Is ail well, nnd Mother's got hi*
Terrlx, brother Tom I., got the Hupta
Ktngh, aad slater Ann haa got n babee,
and I hope these few lines will And yea
the nam*. Kite mine. Tour aphecUoo*
ate ��aas��."-Judgu'. Litumy.
Animals That Seam.
���How, Johnnie," naked Kit
fvftea y*o go to the t
��*r what animals do _,__.__.
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Efi_E Daily news.,
THURSDAY  MAY ..
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
\yE Have
ALL  KINDS OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the   best   quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block. New Westminater
ALLIANCE TO SUCCEED
L'ENIENTE CORDIALE
In the Kitchen���use WIND-
SOR SALT. It is a leriou.
mistake to use common salt Use
the fine, pure Windsor.
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Paris Temps Declares Time
!    Is Opportune for Cementing of English Relations.
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I GOOD FLOUR
London,   Maj    *.'T.���President
lleres,   of   France,   who   spent
greater part of this morning in
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j calving diplomats ami representatives
ol Englleh civic societies al St James i $
palace, drove across London this afternoon to taKu lunch with the lord
mayor and the authorities of the city
of   London   in   the  historic  QulldhtUl.
| His passage was marked by a continu
ous series of ovations. The occasion
was favored by line weather and the
streets were wry bright with elaborate decorations, In  wiiich the colors
at a very low
price
I Prairie Pride
pf the two friendly nations predomin-  K
Bt- d. At Oxford circus th
processions i W
presentation of' *
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. -Vlso manicuring.
For engagement ring ud A 339.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
fi* LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
stopped to allow the
addresses from the boroughs of
Marylobone and Holborn, President
Pallieree was received ,at the Guildhall by the Prince of Wales and Sir
.lohn Charles Bell, lord mayor of London.
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wheat and every sack guaranteed to make lovely bread,
or money refunded.
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You are just saving 30c per
sack.
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Some Special New
FABRICS in the
Dress Goods Section
Abundance of choice in popular  weight material,
new shirtwaist suit you may have in mind for sun
Taffetta Panama-A hard finished  material, plia   .
just the appropriate weight tor shirtwaist suits-
- - OD(- ana $*,oq
Poplinette���A medium weU .1 material, hard finlsl   -
Bhades of brown, navy, Copenhagen, and cardinal: ' :
' ���      J    tic
Lustres���Over 120 pieces of lustres now in our .-!.  ,. .._,
to tell you of the wear und service which good lust'n  g -.
besl English lustre here.   Man, -hades of grey, brown, cai li
I      .i and cream, as well as small fancy figure .   -   t_ J
Black Lustre - Per yard   . -
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Fur buys' Blouses
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P.   S.���Don't forget
Swan,
Golden
Royal     Crown,
West   Soap.
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New Things  in
Picture Post Cards
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and
Souvenirs at
Paris. May 27.���Tne   speeches   ex.
changed between   King   Edward   and
| President    Falliere.     have    attracted
much attention from the French press.
The Temps says it    considers    the
time to be ripe for the substitution of
.m Anglo-French alliance   Instead   of
i the present entente, provided that tire
; liritish army be radically reorganized
;in order to render it capable of energetic action on the continent;    other
!..ise, the paper says, the benefits   of
I the alliance would be one-sided, and
in favor of Kngland, and consequently
I Inadvisable^    The    Temps recognizes
��� that the cordial relations between
France and Great Britain, as manifested .Monday, are likely, in the event
of a crisis, to breed identity of interests,  but  thinks it dangerous  to rely
I upon moral understandings.
"Forced to choose between Germany
and  Great Britain,'"  the    Temps    de- :
eiaivs, -Frauce chooses Givat Biiwiu.'Removed to Tenth St., be
We can with dignity live on correct
terms with Germany, but the past forbids us going further. As for the
iautre, Germany only wants what we
cannot grant, namely, the admission
'ot German funds to the Paris bourse.
Nothing too iiotxl for boys'
blouses. That's the reason we
mention the tact that we hr.ve
in these Oxford Ginghams the
best wearing, best washing an 1
at the same time the neatest
patterns and colorings possible
in wash goods. We can show
you nothing fetter. A trial of i
few blouse lengths will c< nv:nce
that they are all we claim for
them.    Per yard 15c, 20. 25c, 30c
STRIPED INDIAN HEAD
For Shirtwaist Suits
Heav;
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similar to   panams
stripes of blue an       ick; onlj
32     inches     In     width.     p-:
>ard  35c and 40:
Fancy Bnlliants ��� . ; ;..
finish mercerize I fabric in neat
stripes and other patterns easily
washed and retains fin;-!: after
washlng; white only, Per yard
25c to   40c
REMOVAL
j      NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
Another lot of our special 25c Wash Belts
White belts at this price���It  s.ems a ridicuotisly low ;:
know where to buy in order to obtain the  Lest  value you caa
sibly be offer* d.    Made of fin*e duck, two Inches   wid'-    ��� :..
four designs to choose from: detachable buckle.   Wh::.- thej lasl 25c
Some special new styles Juit in at, each   40c ana 50c
JOHN REID,
| J.J. MACKAY y CO.
! BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
1 Ou the other hand, the greatest objection to a British alliance   has   dis-
��� appeared with the reconciliation of
cur ally. Russia, with Great  Britain.''
Telephone 53.
.New Westminster. P. O.
Box 474
EIGHTEEN  PERISH  IN
COLLISION   AT   HALIFAX
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SILVERWARE
We have just opened up a swell line of SILVER GOODS:
BAKE  DISHES BON   BON  DISHES       DESSERT   SETS
BERRY   DISHES PICKLE  DISHES BERRY   SETS
CAKE   DISHES BUTTER   DISHES SPOON TRAYS
FERN  DISHES TEA SETS CAKE TRAYS
PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA      . ~     ***
SEE  OUR  WINDOW  DISPLAY.
VV. C. CHAMBERLIN
Gives Shares to Hospital. Halifax, .VS., May 27.���As the result
London.    May    27. ��� Lord    Mount lol a collision last night off Yarmouth.
| Stephen, formerly the president of the j between  the  Dominion  Atlantic rail-
.Canadian   Pacific  Railway    company, j way  steamer Boston  and  the fishing
who had previously donated $2,000,000 (schooner Fame, of Gloucester, Mass..
io the King Edward hospital fund, has jtht? schooner sank, and of twenty souls
now   further donated   5000  shares of;on   board only  two were  saved.      Al
the Great Northern  railroad  of    tfca dense fog prevailed at the time Of t_*e I
Ladles' and Misses'
SUN BONNETS
You probably remember when
your grandmother were stin-
bonnets. In certain partb the
old custom Is in high Btyle now*,
and you will see tho?e who will
delight in wearing one of these
protecting comfortalle bonnets
during the warm weather.
New styles are now b< ag
shown in our milliner) jepart-
ment    Each    25c end  50c
NEW FLOWERS and FOLIAGE
For Trimming
A run on certiir. fl
in the season made ll - ���
for us to reorder. The di ** lines
have just come to haal   from
London, England.   They   really
look as if they had   een pleked
off various vines and   iMShea
You cannot tell them from the
real   flowers   until   you  sat*-'.'.
them and find no perfume The"
will  add    a  touch     '   a m   '
natural life to a ne* hat mad?
to suit you at lower than oaeil
prevailing prices.
W.SXollister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
lUulted States to the same f'.'.n"..
collision.
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The Jeweler ���
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Westward, Ho!
%* LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
We're on the
Coal Wagon
Now
delivering our h:gh grade, clean,
sharp coal. Everyone seems to
have gotten wise to the fact
that thi�� is the t me to get coal
at the best prices cn account of
the seascn. They're right. We
will g ve everyone the same
chance���quantity does not rule
the  pr'ce   now.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
W
E are now at home in
our new offices, two
blocks farther West, in the
^Westminster Trust building, corner Columhia and
Lome streets.
F. J. HART 6f CO.
LIMITED
New   Westminster,    Vancouver    and    Chilliwack,   B. C
Electric Railway Service
lr.te-.rbsn   Line.
C��rs for Vancouver and iray
���taOooa will rjn every talf-
hcur fr.-rn. .':.'. a m. East
car haflvv? at 11 p. m.
(Last car !t. Vancouver ll:i.0.)
Cue le-ate the depot every
'.*.:.*.. :_������ *.-. for both Sa;-.-
j-a-iton ar.i city '.-.uiits over the
���Ml) I i ���
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a.  m.
Sapperton Line: Cars ieave
at ten minutes after the hour.
htlf past .in.! fifty minute? after J
the hour, commencing at 6:3'."' %
a.  ra. ���
Sunaa)   S.'vic.    hsitnonrty b��  *
tween fUtt *.uj   it A \: n m %
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RUY  YOUR
CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
FROM   Ll$
WE   DEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN   INFANTS'   AND   CHILDREN'S   AP
PAREL.     Purchase  here  and  g;t  son.eth.ng  d.fferent from  the  rest.
On all purchases of $5 and over  we   will   refund   ycur   (return)
fare.
INFANTS' OUTFITS OUR SPECIALTY
1 British Colun.bte Electric Ry. Co., Lid ���
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Stevenson's Juvenile Store
Time IsMoney-Don't Travel, Justjji
Hides Wanted J^,!ffe%__
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
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tent-Urn. Sewereoaneel ���' -    ���
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NANCOLVCR   ��
All   c;ty   cars  pzss   cur  ��tor;
laxterate Q_arfee.
Fraser River Tannery ^
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   C FfOHt St. �����W W OSMT.in- ���

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