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 Mite, Shiles & Co.
'   r,RE INSURANCE
^WESTMINSTER, aC
, NuMBBH U4.
V0L|MI-
lesislat/Ve 4*
MAY 15 1908
e, Shiles & Ca
EAL ESTATE
260 CoUfnbia St. Phone 85
���NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.   THURSDAY   MORNING,    MAY   11.   1908
niA, b,J��*d
TEN  CK.MTS PER WEEK.
0 SMOKER WAS    IpiniB    JYUKON IS LAND OF
SUCCESS TROM START   ��ttTiNjubLONFtKtMj:-
Members In Attendance Hear Interest-
v,je Chasers Provide a     iny Address Delivered by Rev.
pime   for    Five
PROMISE FOR CANADA
HERBS FROM CHINA    ! fisheky officials        VANCOUVER DOG SHOW
CURE OPIUM CRAVING!       WILL BE APPOINTED|    . B A B|G succtss
Will   Enforce   in   Different   Territories
Troii
Merry
Hundrec
(juests.
G.   W.   Dean.
Dr. .John Pringle  Lectures Shipment of Medicinal Grass���  the provuciai uw-^hange Mace    Many Classes Judged Yes
i
on Adventures During the
Pioneer Days.
liearll ^' ll,indred
the big
men
union
Received  Here   by   Dope
Suppressing. Society.
in "Line" Taxation.
terday
A shipment oi medicinal herbs was
received here yesterday, consigned to
a Chinese merchant, Kwang Tu, one
Vancou vi .-. Ma    , ,.    .,���. m, th0dis
unfori nee opened tliis   morning   ia
enjoye'd  the Mouni Pleasant Methodist church,     ,,
v.itii an atti mlance of forty minister.
M-m/i'.'i'"^irie- h-iii :,lU"' '"    '   "Uowameat wag Ukeh a"   '
yesterd    evening in Eagles hall  uoon   ;j      e)lmlnarlea ^^  up      I,	
ol the cigfermakers  lll(. ;nl ,      ,   ,���,... ja h,(Mil ha(] been  tQ
uf the city,  the  big  completed,
led from 8 o'clock un-      -, ���,. [omia] openlug of ,h(i _ession
longafb : :::'*- ***** '-'"��� 1"'�� 'vas preci     I and   Itetingulshed by   a
^tags terniiuuted with tlie singing magniaceni  address  by Kev.  0.   \V,
���    ������'    a,nl u ller u,Urli '"''"i on    rhe  tttll i le of the Church
s,m_.*>. Towards Presenl Day issues/' He wa.
,   n charge of the en- listened     ���        the    minlstei ���     with
:;'..;. ting of .1.   Wood*, marl ed    f.eni on and at thi  i lo e of
t White, represent- tin  addn       a   wannly congratulate!
the   tn    loglatg,    and    George on    h .   eloquenl    appeal    for    thej0' Chilliwack, Kev. J. S.  Henderson I will   ie made to Induce a humbei of
Hempel and J. Feeney, Lj-eng henli    ol   the   bondt      tv. en    - roduced the speaker as one of the local habitues ofthe drug to take   a
,, ,yeed rollers, had lefl church and people. tuosi  beloved of men by the pioneers J cpurs^ pf ti latmeni  Ier the care of
undone  that tould   iu    *ny     The mini terial sessi u ��� .' the con-   'Vho had^struggled against fortune and a native doctor.
, lacreasi   the pleasure  of    their ference wa   then opened by the gen    misfortune tn that north land.    Cer-
(Si_.    Ample    solid    refreshment. ,. ral superintendent, Hev. Dr. Carman,   tain remarks he had felt compelled ti
provided, cigars were there   'u In a few powerful words he touched  make  had made him the most hated
. Vndrews Presbyterian churcu
niug   Dr,   Pringle,  of   Yukon
had   an   appreciative   audience
: :   ������ ��� i i- iiini tell of his experiences ialof the prominent movers in a society
th     . id land which Et, W.  Service recently formed  Cor the purpose    of
irlzed In his poems.     The  suppressing the opium smoking vice
-  ���       nn Murray's'   hymn,    which among Chinamen on the coast.    The
'���' 'dried herbs  were shipped out    from
. a word of consolation, China, where they are largely used in
medical Institutes su'ppor ed    largely
y reformed opium smokers who have
i een cured of their vice by the use
by Rev, Mr. Douglas, lof these medicinal grasses.   An effort
i', lone Pacific shore,"
..ere a titting    Introduction    to
subject.
\i:it prayer
I,
th,
kr-
tal); and a   for the joy Juice, the on   the  value of experience    in    the
��� joys sav*   o it that there was uo leaching of theology    and    pnai leal
(Blbiiiiy nt Lhe supply running out effort.    His address was    punctuated
feted on the platform  were Herb by applause, especially when b- dwelt!
pfleld    h Irman on behalf of the on the importance oi man's relation-
BB.de.8' H   Mace, chairman for the ship to his fellowmen, onl.,   being ac-
pmakei .  I  McMurphy, represent-1 curately determined when first he ha I !
Anti-opium societies have recently
been organized in Victoria and Vancouver, as well as in this city, wealthy
merchants being at the back of the
movement in every instance. The
Chinese are somewhat reticent regarding the n< atment given slaves of the
habit who wish to reform, contending
that the process is known only to
medical men of tiieir own race.
hgthc jiliini:
D. Millar, represent- made certain  of  his  relationship to-
.:,. street  railway employees;  __.   wards Cod.
a     ^presenting    the   car-      Rev. T. E. Holling, of Winnipeg, was
iters, and one or two"otherg who  transferred to this conference, He ex-
Id do i   be distinguished    tlnoujjn  pects to go to thi  Metropolitan churc-i
_:....    ad smoke. at Victoria.    His place at the Manl-
|mne>tl       less than two    hundred   toba conference will be tilled by Hev.
ches were given during  G. K. ii. Adams.
evening,    every    vocalist    being      The committee on conference' rela-
Bome deserved the  tions telng   appointed,   the superannuation list was broughl forward.
Xo resignations were reported   anil
i nly two withdrawals, ane trom Vi_-
oria and oue lroni New Westminsb '.
i':.. form of a boxing exhibition   The  last caused  considerable  discus-
free, ilei       Se* ley and Peterson, sion  owing to tha    member    having
'ing it in grand   style,   married without leave of the confe -
ence.
The  following inem ers    were    re
��� ���!   Into  tui]  i onnei tlon  and  will
Mils, others were cheered because
iy had elr belt.   There were
i .       .        at.
|ii_-.- of th Intereg Ing < vents
i.
leclared a draw.   Joe
Wan mted   greatly    to   the
fi- lie evening by executing
a    la    Bowery.     Lou
tunderso  . ed with a well rendered
'"tii't solo, Percy Rushton charmed
"������:.     .iiii a \ioliu solo, "Good
I*'-- thi  gathering break-
Kupshorttj  after this sentimental
Motion.
While several nnisicians were un-
fjle to ij,. present early in the even-
R there nas a full orchestra long
Wore tiie adjournment wns called.
man  in  tlie Yukon, but he was sure
Dr,   Pringle rejoiced  to be  loved  by!
the many and hated by the few.
Strings  of   Memory.
Dr. Pringle said  It was lour  years'
since he spoke at St. Andrews churcu. I
iie had had ten years' experience of ��
the Yukon, and as Mr. Henderson had i
said,   lie   should   conline   himself    to
conditions as they were, and as they
,ii" al the present day.   With   condi-
tons   which  might  be    said     to    be
political lie would    not    deal,    as it
would   Le   discourteous   to  come and
air what people might call    personal
grievances,     lie   first     removed     tie;
false  impression  that the  Yukon and
Klondyke are   synonymous,   showing
lhat the Klondyke is but n small part
ef the territory.
The descriptions of the personalities
of lhe old timers, and their oddities
much amused the doctor's hear-
iie showed that by practical uei'o |Qr( .���.      ���    ,   ,
���   ured the affection of his rousr.i
NERVY BANDITS ARE
1   STILL AT LIBERTY
Victoria, May 13,���Preparations aiv
being made for the enforcement of tho
provincial fisheries act. Hon. W. J.
Bowser, the commissioner, has arranged to despatch about seven men
;o different parts of the province.
I'here wlll be two or three at vtarlou
points aiong the Fraser, two on Rlvi rs
Inlet, one nn the Skeena and one on
the Nans river. Their duties will b ���
Ilie  issuing  Of licenses,  'he collection
ui  fees from  the occupants of those
boats thai take an active part in the
I fishing industry and the attention to
��� -her matters coming under ine law
IPC  nl ly  enacted.
i.as.   week,    Commission  r    Bowser
I laid, a deputation  representing    the
Icanners of Jiritisli Columbia, hal
waited on him for the purpose of
iliciting a num.;er of alterations to
1 ie policy thai had been outlined by
the administration. One of these was
that the $5 tax on boats should be reduced; another that there should he a
[change in the system of taxing cau-
nerles, .md    a    third    that    a wetter
hollce protection be furnished through-
; out the north.
In conversation yesterday    he    asserted that he had gone Into the de-
I mauds of tlie canners and had given
them his promised answer.   He would
wis u
''���**HI,
'���//.;
Afternoon ��� Fox
i to the Front.
'/ir,-
Pinkertons, Spurred On by be unabhe t0 acc,ede t0 the,r
'      i "   that the $.">  fee   imposed    on fislun?;
Offer Of $2500 Reward, On ; boats, with accommodation   for   two
; men, be r. dined to half that amount.
jThe    argument    that    the    Dominion
  iicense on such craft amounted to fll,
.    ,,     ,���    _.  , .. and that, with the addition of the pro-
Seattle, May 13.���That the two rob- . r       ,_ ,
,,   ,. ,.      vineial levy each boat would 'be pay-
-ors '.\iio beat Josepli li. Perr.ne, the1
Trail of the Thieves.
ides ,wlio were very susceptible
istani e, and were easily arouse"!
be ordained In due course:    Charli s
P.   Connor,  l_..\.;   .1.   Wesley  Miller,
B.A. B.D.; Frederick S. O'Dell, B.A.
D. M. Perley, B.A., B.D.
to Insenslbilitj   aad escaped  with  lh
al  nts of the company's strong box
ji. ,',  ......   morning    from    a    Urea.
: y delicate touch  on the strings    o. iNorthern traill ,11V iu hi(]hlg ln Nor h
These men in the early day.,   8eatu<J   ,a   ti|0   be]lef  of  U)e  s.eaIt|..
pollci .  Last  night detectives  were  in-
INDIANS AHE .OMINO
.    FiiUM ALL i].i.TLK.
- ��� very willing to receive his m.u-
istraUons, and in thirty years' experience he had never known any
conditions which were more favonabl..
to the ministry than among those rne.i,
without money, stranded in the heart
Of a wilderness, 700 miles   from    the
)E CONTRACTORS
 NEW LINE
pmerican Firms Look Over
Chief Cooper Returns from Tour witn
Good News���Red Wen Will Play
Baseball.
Victoria, May  13.���Preparations for
the Victoria Day celebration are proceeding .apace.    .Meetings  of   various
sub-committees are    of almost,   daily
p .       occurrence and, as a result, the   ar-
ppOSed  Koad Prom City rangementg are rapidly rounding   inUi
to Cloverdale.    ��� 'shape.
s'.ructed to search thoroughly in the
Pike street and North Seattle district,
and orders were given to bring every
suspicious person found to tlie pol.ee
headquarters.
'I tie loo.ing of the express car, the
place of departure.
As an example of the difficult.es he
had to contend with in his, ministry,
he amused the company    by    telling
them that  wl.eu he preached, in the �����,���������;,���>.������ olli,t,.. .,.���.,,, at !lu, .,���,.,.,
open air, of course,  the sleigh dogs  o{ t^erobbers.
Bet  up  such bowlings and    fightings;    Lag.  ^gut General Western Ageut
that he often had to stop   his   ad- | F   L<  clarkj of the 0reat Northern
striking down and binding of the express messenger and their subsequent
escape was so cunningly planned aud
i so daringly executed as to leave the
Express company, announced that a
leward of $2,500 had been offered for
the arrest and conviction of tho
The announcement was ma L
fMcordlug    to  present    indicat.ons,
IF��al American firms wia tender tor
�����construction of that portion    of
proposed Chilliwack electric rail-
|c,ay '-VM'-'   lie weea   this   city   and
����rerdale, tenders for which must be
��e hand:
I v
'-��� ot Charles Garden, C.E.,
dresses to drive the dog*, away before
he could go on. The deaths from
scurvy were dreadful, his difficulty being to arouse the men from indlffer-  fjeves
ence an^v depression, the forerunners L the allU]01.itv receive,l by telegraph
of disease and death. , f,om the general offlres of Ule com.
A  Marvellous Future. \ ,,anv j,, gt  paui
I
Today conditions were ail changed. .    The assistance of Pinkerton's Nat-
if he was a young man   of   25,   and | ional Detective Agency has been en-
and   the  sound,  lias    returned    with Imoney-making instead of-a minister,  listed  by the express company,   and
gratifying news.    He says   that   thej lie would goto the Yukon which was General Superintendent P.  K.  Ahern
natives  have promised lo come here  hardly touched, and saw wood, drive has several men at work on the case
iu larger numbers (hits   usual,   that I am, use a pick or shovel, do any-'1   -���
they will participate iu the   regatta,   hing to waif his opportunity, for the
and that, in addition, they will bring opportunity would come, it was bound
Chief Cooper, of the Songhees tribe,
who has been making a tour amoug
the triblaB of the island, the mainland,
���������ouver, by Monday
P��Ck noon
^������ui.i be
work,
next iat 12
\! least three- firms,
' "a the lookout, for just
have sent representatives
[Mere ror th
"er the
Ka��verdale in order to be able to
JoT i,,"''lliu,'iul-v on  the  proposed
h bast few
over ih
ot i_   . Kn,11"a' 8t"dynig the nature
I two baseball teams, anxious to decide
j a  King standing dispute as to    their
1 ri siiective merits,  to  flght    out    tha
utile on a Victoria ground.
he purpose of looking
ground between    this    city
men have been spendin;
days looking    carefully
N.I T1' measurlnB grades, esti-
-no a'ins exPenses, etc., and
Ioi! ! occupled In compiling volum-
llb_f rt8 ��n the 3ul>Ject. Which
|arter ,Warded ,0 the'r firms' head-
8 'n Seattle and Spokane   at
Pair-        '!ritish Co,��n*'��i ^ms
I Ml).
Uso Proposin
f&ct
S to tender for   the
Th.
a''l>roai_h o
Hip
f construction work
..���    Proposed B. C. E. R. line
|fitat(. i"0'1 '" sevoral sales of real
n Surrey  municipality   along
P-uacL   lh" Slnclair survey,   the
't'e.i,,""" beIn* mostly Ave or ten
to come, when the railway enters from
iin- east, he declared then; will be
half a do/en Dawson Cities between
tlie Rockies and the pre.eu  DaWSOn.
This was welcome Information tojHc dealt also with the establishment
all those interesting themselves in
the arrangements for the fair. They
point out that in the past one of the
features of the aquatic carnival ou th.
waters of the arm has been the Indian
races, and had the report that they
did not intend congregating here this
year proved 'to have been well founded It would have been a severe blow
to the attractiveness of this portion, at
least, of the celebration program.
LI-.T.0USES PROPOSED
FON PACIFIC C0A.T
"""is hav
a few    larger
���'""'ll'iK at the present time,
,0n'��o e|"n     been taken this week
,T   -��and
I He**
y acre farms along   the
Coast  Meredian    roads.
hcon'J.U.eals wU1 '"volve a large
*-����8idetraIon
.. ..'ll
es* l*o deals
, Dunkard Missing.
. Vernon, B.C., .May 13.���It Is reported here that the man Hopkins, who
has been organizing a movement of a
sect in the United States, known as
the Dunkards, to fruit, lands In the
vicinity of Ashcroft, 1ms cleared out,
taking with him BDme $18,000 of
money Intrusted to hlm as a payment
on the deal. This is rather serious for
Ashcroft, If it proves true, as the
citizens of that town had laid considerable store by the Influx of these
people, who were expected to (.ive
their entire attention to the raising
Of fruit.
of the first Presbyterian   hospital    In
Canada, at Atlin.
A Trail of Blessing.
Dr. Pringle mentioned he was on his
way to Winnipeg to attend the general
..Bsembly to point out to the ministers
there was a. good deal of misappropriation of geod money In Canada today contributed by people with great
difficulty to objects which did not
benefit. They needed it for the home
missions. Home missions are, be concluded, the only things which stand
between hundreds of young men on
the frontier, and the devil, from Skag-
way to the�� Arctic ocean, The early
pioneer missionaries on the Yukon had
left behind them a trail of blessing.
Prisoners Arrive at Penitentiary.
Four prisoners sentenced to various
terms of imprisonment at the assizes
for the Kootenay county at Nelson
were duly placed in durance at the
penitentiary yesterday. The constables
responsible for their care during 'he
| journey returned east on No, 96.
i
Puget Sound and Alaska Captains to
Get Long Desired Aids to Navigation���Money Voted.
ing $1G a season, could not be ac-
��� I'pU'd as carrying any weight, in
\iew- ol the position that he and his
colleagues had assumed on this question in regard to the Dominion.
The plea for a change of the system
o." taxation on canperiea, Commissioner Bowser thought, was well grounded and he would giant the request of
Che deputation. What they wanted
was that a single "line'' company, or
a double, or treble, or quadruple,
"Hue" cannery should be taxed ��n the
basis of the number of "lines" in
simultaneous use. According to the
present regulations a single "line" is
expected to contribute 18100 to the
treasury. Tliis amount is doubled and
trebled and so forth in the same ratio
as the size of the cannery grows. It
wus pointed out by the cannerymen
that there were a number of instances
where, although the cannery possessed more than one "line," only one was
In use at a time; in some cases one
being operated during the day shift
and the olhrr at night. This might
be the case with any such institution
no matter what the capacity of the
plant. Under such circumstances
i they did not think it just Hint the
latter should have to pay an addi-
i lional $100 for every extra line of machinery installed. Tlie commissioner,
after consideration, had acknowledged
the soundness of these claims and
proposed to make an alteration which
will place all canneries only using a
���single line of machinerq, irrespective
of the capacity of the plant, on a
similar footing.
The third petition was that a better
police system be inaugurated In those
districts in proximity to the fishing
camps of the north. This commissioner Bowser proposes shall lie done.
The Vancouver bench show opened
yesterday afternoon with allN pros-
pects of being an entire success. There
are 335 dogs benched, representing 530
entries.
Judge Thomas commenced iiis duj.ie._
in. 2 p.m., each dog receiving an Individual and thorough overhaul.! Tbe
Strongest breed judged yesterday af"
:��� in,-en were the i'ox terriers, in which
thi re was very keen competition and
, i .\du o any s.iow. This is tli��_
. iraest show ever held In Canada and
is well worth seeing. Judging will be
continued at lo a.m. this moraine.
; oliowiiig is a list of the awards for
i lie clasS2a judged yesterday afte.**-
I rioon:
Yorkshire   Terriers���Class   No.  3.
.Miss    Jessie    Uolston,    Vancou ve**,
"Burrard Huzzy."
Maltese Terriers���Class No. 2.
Pansy -May .Miller, Vancouver, "Prin-
ci ss Oki."
Japanese Spaniejs���Class No. 4.
Mis. James Smltb|    Central    Parh,
"Beauty."
Prince  Charles  Spaniel���Class  No. 4.
Dora J. Friars, Seattle, "June."
Pomeranian or Spitz���Class No. 5.
J. Stiff ling, Vancouver, "Dick," first.
Mis. W. G. Hcunison, Vancouver.
'Beauty," second.
Mis. Chas. Gross, .North Vancouver,
��� Pity," third.
A. Cough, Vancouver, "Lady," V.
H. C.
.1. I eaty, Vancouver,   "Buster,"   re-
... TV. .
Schipperkis-r-Class No. 7.
Wm. Parker, Vancouver, "Helleviev
Flossie," fift,L and special.
Dandle  Dinmonts���Class  Xo.  13.
Robert   .Martin,  Vancouver,  "Ch. Katrine Whist," first and special.
Class No. 14.
Mrs. A. Woods, North Vancouver,
"Tatters," special and first for the
best terrier bitch.
Colin F. Jackson, "Skookuln Kelpie,"
second.
Dashchunds���Class N'o. 17.
il. Brurln, "Tackel Topsy," first.
F.  Goerllck,  "Itubin,"  second.
Boston Terriers���Class  No.  IS.
Purple kennels' "Honey Boy," al>
_ent.
S. M. Johnson, Vancouver, ���Piker,''
withheld.
Class No. 19.
Harry     Lltt,     Portland,     -Wrroyo-
Vmeer,"   first.    Special   prize   ("Solid.
Washington, E. C. May 19.���The
plea of the captains who guide vessels
I rom the Puget Sound to Alaska that
many new lighthouses and other aids
to navigation should be established
along tills route, is to be answered to
u certain extent by provisions in the
sundry civil appropriations! bill to be
included by the senate committee, appropriating for at least three lighthouses for this district.   ���
One of  these   stations  will   be  on
Sledge island, Nome; another will be/
In the vicinity of Cordova bay, ami
one will probably be provided at Ketchikan.
The first two projects will, according to Representative Sulzer, of Now
York, who is taking an interest n
these 'matters, get appropriations of
$15,000 each, and for the light at Ketchikan there will be appropriated
$5,000.
DEBS-HAYWOOD CONTEST
18 SOCIALIST FEATURE
Chicago, May 13.���Delegates to the
Socialist national convention in session here made little progress- today
iu the direction of an agreement on
���miicies or candidates. The greater
part of tbe brief session held this afternoon was -devoted to arguments by
representatives of contesting delegations from western states. In and out
of the convention the contest between Eugene V. Debs and William
D. Haywood for the presidential nomination was the subject of much discussion. A rumor which gained circulation during the day that Haywood
had withdrawn from the race waa
vigorously denied tonight iby supporters of Haywood's candidacy.
\
(Continued on Page Fight.)
WORK AT PRINCE RUPERT
COMMENCES IN EARNEST
Clearing    of    Land   on    Grand   TurK
Fraction Mineral Claim Started
by the Contractor.
Prince Rupert, May 13.���Campbell,
living & Johnston, the firm who sot
the contract for clearing lhe indiaa
reserve land portion of the townsite,
lost no time in commencing work, and
on Thursday had made a beginning,
and by tonight will have the Grand
Turk Fraction mineral claim cleared
without injuring either the tent house..
OK. the more substantial build-tsgtr..
As all sound Umber Ib left on itte
ground, the owners of the mineral
claim will have no great trouble isj
securing stulls and square set timbers*
when they begin mining in aainasr.
William Lennox, who has lived In tho
Yukon for a good many yeaia, Is la
charge of the work for ...a praaesL
Tbe contractors are paying a minimum wage of $2.50 a day. They villi
establisn their camp near tha canine
of the area to be cleared, and cjyut
tc have things in full swing In a
couple of weeks. They hafe until
August 1 to do the work.
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"7%w /s My 50th Birthday"
Theodore A. Bingham.
Theodore A. Bingham, whose efforts to reform the police force of
New York citv have attracted much public attention, was born in
Andover, Conn.. .May 14, 185���. ile attended Yale college ror three
years, but bis desire for a military carter led him to leave college
before libs graduation and to enter West Point, lie graduated from
the military academy in 1S79 and entered the army as a second
lieutenant of engineers. He became a captain in L839 and during tho
next five years he served as military attaches of the United States
embassies in Berlin and in Rome. From 1879 to 1903 he was military
aide to the president of the United States. In 1904 he was promoted
to the rank of hrigailier-general and in the same year was retired for
disability in line of duty. Upon his retirement from the army he accepted from .Major .McClellan ��he position of police commissioner of
New York city. General Bing.iam elongfs to several of the prominent
patriotic societies of the Unite 1 States and has been decorated by H13
Legion of Honor of France.
1 Sent On Approval
J( j       TO RESPONSIBtB PhopU
I Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltlih Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
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This Date in History.
MAY   14.
265���Alighiori   Dante,   Italian    poet,
born.    Died Sept. 14, 1321.
1_01���Amerigo Vespucci started on ids
third  voyage, going as far as
Patagonia.
1692���Sk William Phipps arrived   at
Uoston willi new charter t'r.nu
William aud .Mary.
1752���Timothy  Dwight,  president    of
Yale college, born.    Died Jan.
11, 1817.
1792���John     Wenthworth     appointtd
Governor of .Nova Scotia.
1796���Edward Jenner estajlished the
principles of vaccination.
17at7���Convention assembled  to draft
'the constitution of the United
, States.
LSI 1���Peace    of    Paris    ratified    by
France and all the allies.
1801���Madame Patti made    her    lirst
London appearance at Coveni.
Garden.
1882���C. C. W-ashburn, ex governor of
Wisconsin, died.
I Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found j
i for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc..
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LOST���-Will the person who picked
up an overcoat Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Fourth stre.'t
and Carnarvon please return same
lo J.  11. Todd's music store.
AT  THE  HOTELS.
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Russell.
intreal.
Vancouver.
Fred Smith, Vancouver.
W. J. Calvin, Ahbotsford.
P.   Mclntyre, Montreal.
W,  .1. Cameron,
B.   S.  Bush, Vancouver.
Benjamin Young, Astoria.
I_.  J.   Thurslon, Liverpool, Eng.
Alex. Cruickshank, Matsqui.
John Ball, Ahbotsford.
Windsor.
J.  B.  Lambardine, Georgetown.
Harry K. .McGregor, Rossland.
T. McLaughlan and wife, Peachland.
Henry Tuernault, Lethbridge.
Robert B. Law, Richmond.
B. Latimer, Victoria.
A.  May out, Ashcroft.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE,
S S-   Princess   Victoria
Leaves  Vacouver 1:30  p. ni- daily;
arrives at Victoria ti:30 p. tn. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. tn. daily; <_r-
fives Vancouver 8 a. 111.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   P/incess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:38 a. ni. daily ex
cept Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
oi. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle Ll:30 p. in. daily ex- j
��� : ���  Monday; arirves Victoria * a.m.
laily except Tuesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Ciayoquot, Alosrjui-
to Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan ,
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- daily,
1 xcept Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. ni.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and lSth;
from Vancouver at S 0. ni., 2nd
ind llth' of each month, culling at
Skldegate on first tnrp and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria S p.m. every Wedm s-
day, from Vancouver 10 am. ever,*
Thursday. Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via L-idysmlth.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From    Xew   Westminster    Monday,:
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-;
mi-aster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
-IO   iti:vi*    I,,,,,   front   room    furn     '��-'���   "*- * '-' ��� ���"���"'l Province of Hri'islxl Thursday,   Friday   and   Saturday   at  2
ished; vicinity of convent on Agnes! Columbia.    Plans of each of the said j >**m*   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
atreet   Box 218 ; bridges and descriptions   of each   of|    Leave    Westham    Island    .Monday,.
 ! the sites thereof have been deposited j Tuefday, Wednesday, Thursday,  Bat-
WEST.MI.VSTER Realty and Employ-! with   the  Minister   of  Public  Works,! ur(*a>'at " a-m*    Friday 6 a.m.    Aildl-I
ment Agency, 266 Columbia street, i and in the Land  Registry Office    at! tlonal  triP Saturday leave  Ladner ar
WANTED���Roomer; hoard if required.
Apply "Daily News."
FOR    SALE���Gasoline    launch    with j
mast, sails and    11    foot    tender; :
cheap.      Apply    "Gasoline,"    Daily-
News.
RED GEM m.��
Ufie Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for cn!y
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Kv_;y pen guaranteed  ��, j
full 11 Ki. hulid lio.il��� 1 u     '*.,.
tm light band way be had  Bfl
in   eitlu-r  our   .i.uid.i.l   *_��
black opnque pattern, o
Nou-breakable Transpai
t nl, ;... d< sired, either in
plarn or engraved Imish,
as pre.erredi
You may trv tliil p_n n we.lt.
If youdoiiul BliditM i,|, i,;s��. ute,I,
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e.ery��here  for U.S0.     KenU
nrsnted Writ, for terms. Write
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Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic Bldg.,
Detroit. Mich
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p-OR SALE���. ishing liont, 25 feet In
length.    Apply J. Bond, Sitppetton.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
one (1) inonth from the date hereof
amplication    will    be   made   to   the
 j Governor-in-Couucil    under     Chapter
WANTED���Light employment in or( n5 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,
around office, or shipping clerk byj 1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
-steady, trustworthy, reliable man;j t0 be constructed by the Victoria Ter-
knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply j mjmi Railway and Ferry Company
"E.Z.," Box 29, city. , over the Serpentine river on the line
WANTED���Girl   for   general    house-
of the said company's railway between
.,    ���_ , Blaine and Olivers in the Province of
work.   Apply G., Daily News office.; BriU3h Columlia;  and also   for   afi.
Between Central Park and the   pr0val ��f planS of a bridge to be con"
structed   by    the    Victoria  Terminal
Railway and Ferry Company over the
N'icomekl river on the line of the said
i company's railway between Blaine and
furn-! Oiivc-rs in the said Province of British
LOST
I.  0.  0.  F.  cemetery, brown cloth
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return
to Daily .News Office,
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 road, All slashed;
two room  house;   small garden and chicken house an I Bplendld
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Furnish male   and   female help   to ! New Westminster, British Columbia.
employers at short notice, and free ,     Dated  this  1st clay of April,  A.D.
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922. j 1908.
 '��� ! A. H. MacNEILL,
LOST���1'aii- of gold rimmed    glasses,1 Solicitor for the 4t.Dlic.ints.
between opera house and corner of ��� .
First    and    Third    streets.    Finder j
I lease return to News office.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
QUEBEC FESTIVAL IS
GIVEN BLACK EYE
Ottawa, May Ll.���The assembling oi
2il,m)i) troops at guebec for the three
hundredth anniversary of the battle
on tkw Plains of Abraham, will not
eventuate. The four-days' pay trou-
���ble, the box-car transportation difficulty, and tae 50 per cent, of establishment complaint have heen settled
with one sweep as far as the militia
department Is concerned, for the department will not asasemble Canada's
army on the old battlefields. The rural
corps will go to camp just the same
as usual, and the Quebec battlefields
eommisison will choose any regiments
it desires to add military splendor 'o
./he festivities at the old capital.
TELEPHONE  STRIKE  IN
MONTANA  IS CALLED  OFF
TO ttENT���Furnished rooms for light! ** the southeast quarter of section 11,
housekeejing. Apply, Empire Tailor ^wnshio 2, New Westminster dis
shop.
EATS retrimmed at 1ST .Auckland
���street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
Helena, .May 13.���It was announced
from the headquarters of the Federation of Labor hem today that the
strike of linemen of tbe Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company, as well
as tho sympathetic strike operators,
has been called off, the variuos unions
having voted almost unanimously to
accept the compromise reached between the employers and employees.
The agreement is regarded by the labor officials as favorable to the employees, as the unions are recognized
���and strikers are re-employed, but not
to the detriment of strikebreakers.
iFrench Birth Rate Decreases.
Pa��lB, May l.'l.���The vital statistics
Ior Ibo year 1907 show a further marked decrease in the birth rate of
Prance, which in a century has fallen
from 1,007,000 to 77-1,000 a year. The
redaction in the number of births last
year was 3:1,000 as against an average
decrease of 12,000 for the last seven
years. The deaths ln France in 1907
-totalled 793,000���19,000 more than the
-tola! of births.
TflARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
���*��� skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova  west, Vancouver,  B. C.    Phone
2329.
trict.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
���lames G. Smith .on the fourth day of
June, l'JOS, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
ciaiming an estate or Interest therein,
Dr in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, .New  Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1908.
W
ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS) |    The person or persons   having
in    English  subjects,  classics,! their custody or possession the    fol-
111
science, mathematics.   Box 487. city.
C
OOKSLETS
MAY DAY
Picture Post Cards
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
F.  MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  STORE,
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE.
Series consist of the Crowning of
the May Queen, the Hospital Ward
Fund Collection Committee, and various views of the procession.
60   YEAR8*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anynno _endlng n _kot_li nnd _r._crlntl.in m��T
quickly ucertalQ our opinion free whoihor hii
tn.entlnn l-probMil. patentable, Commonloa.
tlonintrlotlfRonadniiMiil. HIUIUBOOK on Patent*
���out froe. Oldost ut/i-m-v forpficurliiff patentfl.
Patonta taken tlmim-li Munn A Co. rcuelve
special nutirt, without charge, In tbe
Scientific flfflcricm
A handsomely Illustrated weonly. Largest circulation nt any aolentlllo Journal. Terms for
Canada, J.1.75 a year, poata��o prowild. Bold by
aU newsdealers.
MUNN �� Co,86'0"?- ta...
Branch Office. _26 F BU Wa.1,n.,;i 1 >. <���
tar      ADVERTISE     ��������*
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWU
If YO:i Need  Anything.
lowing title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1881���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
whitt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmckon, mortgage
In fee.
January 9, 1886���.Montague William
Tyrwhitt Drake, Harry Dallas Hel-
mcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
Agent.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R. MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:'.:,, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:!.0, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
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
o.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50, 6.50, 1
ind 8 a. m., und every half hour there-
-fter till V o. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westmlnater at
.ame heura
V..  W   *  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9.5S p. m.
' v  Vnneouver 8.35 a.m.. and i n.m.
a  N   R.���PORT OTTICHnN.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m..
j arrive Oulchon 6 p m.
Leave Gulchon 6 a- in-, nrrlve New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
5  p.m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-:
*_rrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For   reservations   anrl   'ntormarloi | ���
call or address
ED   COtM.ET.
Agent, New Westmiftater
tfi. J. COYLE.
__aat. Gen. Pass   Agent. Vancouver
j. W. TROUP.
'Jor.ernl  8iMi����r'n.endent.  Vlrrnria
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone  105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW NH.
F. CRAKEi
__ci
English Watchmaker
Two  door* from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every L��av in the Ye_'
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 ruuit j
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment cars, standard
(6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
.-ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, libra��� and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
'urth. r information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7ao Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Ladies'Gold Watches trom 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
race, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver WatcneB, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welrman
Arctic Expedition.    *VI1 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason
.hie.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANT
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFf
FICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   l-:mpn'sse_|
May 29.
For other dates  ami  particulars,
apply to
,      ED. UOULET,
C. P  R. A .ent.|
Canadian Pacific
-RAILWAY COMPANY
Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldaya.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCE.S.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and I
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls. !
For Tim" Tables, etc.. acfflress
GEO. W. VAoX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket!
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May 4th   to    l t)i,
June 5th, Gth, 19th and -20t1_.
Toronto and return    % '��� '--IO
Montreal and return   1 "MO
Halifax and return   1. /.50
Chicago and return      72f>0
St  Paul and return  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���   60-00
Winnipeg and return      60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn
'linn. 1371
Columbia Street
Baggago   delivered   promptly   1��
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy llaulinf j
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha tr
Chicago, "South West Limited-
Kansas City to Chicago,
No trains in t*e service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & SL Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and ,-tV-i ��� -;rg on alll their trains and
give f i - <ron> an excellence of
servi.     1     , btainable elsewhere.
h. _., ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third Su. cor AloW VwtWri. Or.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
, Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED'
Electriclighted train.   Low BabM.
QuickTime. Excellent Service.)
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale   to      1
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rat*-*   Round   Tfi?
Rate,  to Southern  Cllforn*
For full information cull on or ��
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B.t.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore-
���'" IRSDAV
MAY 14, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRER
Would YOU Know
bow to look as "Spic and  Span" as one of the    fashion    plate
gir,s, by having a pretty BLOUSE ,   .  niceIy  hanging  SK|RT
dainty COLLAR and ne .t BELT ?
Wf  will  show  you   how   to   dress and   at
cost.
:   AT   :
a   very  moderate
e White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
I�� the best vatae, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
1
CARRIED  THEIR  BEDS.
emove An   E
yesore
DO YOU POSSESS
I     cpmfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
.
TAi
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Nothing gives a bright residence a
iireater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
i I    sing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
���a th a Beau Brumrne* garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a   ctirty, tattered, listless   Hobo.
you to join the lanre number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR,
, ir money where it i.s accessible when you require  it
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIA1 TV
START NOW--DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Braw^     p. B. LYLE,   IV.gr.
When     you     purchase     your    lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted.    We have a  large variety  in  stock,  including  the  latest,
and easiest ball   bearing  mowers yet  invented,   and   we   respectfully   solicit
your critical  inspection,
We   have   garden  tools  and   implements   in   stock   calculated   to   satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers.   Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &   CO.
When Straw Ticko Were Sold to Railroad Travelers.
An old ninn up prom hed the Pullman
office window.
"A lower to St. Louis," lie snid, displaying Ills transportation.
Tlie little red slip wns stamped and
banned to him.
Tin- old man stood ut the window a
moment looking at tlie clock.
"Twenty-live years ago," he said, "1
bought a berth from Kansas City to
California',   My bed cost me 75 cents."
Tbe clerk looked astounded.
"You're mistaken, I think," replied
tlie ticket seller. "Berths are as cheap
now as they have ever been."
"No,"  said  the   traveler,   "tbey   are I
uot.   Tbey are costlier, and I'll tell you !
Whj       Travel   nowadays   is   different
When I went to California then, I paid ,
75 ci uts for n straw tick,   l bought il
on tins street right opposite the depot.
I. don't remember what I paid for my
place iu the ear.    But iu reality mj
bed eosl me just 75 cents.    There used
to   be   a   sign  on   one   of  those   little
buildings over there which said:
"'Gel your straw beds here��� 50 and
75 cents.'
"Twenty-five years ago thnt. mean!
luxurious traveling. There were sim-
plj curtains to pull down over yonr
seat and you provided your own bedding. Vou took you.' shoots If you
wished them nt all and your own
blankets. Kansas City wns looked upon ns the supplying point for all western travelers. Those men who owned
the straw and the ticks in that room
across on the avenue did a flourishing
business."
L. S. Banks, general ticket agent at
the depot, said tbat probably 10,OtiO
straw ticks were sold to travelers from
that room on Union avenue. "Ticks
���were a sort of luxury," he snld, "tweiv
ty-flve or thirty years ago. They wero
ln demand too. The majority of persons who traveled to California did not
use the sleeping cars."���Kansas City
Star.
USE ONLY THE BEST
Ilium!
PERFUMED
LYE
is tne standard article
READY   FOR.  USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making soap. ..oftenlnc water,
removing old paint. dUtnfnctlng
sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT K8#B
TOR ONTO.OUT.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
N & CO.
L'mited
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds at
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster  !
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
���'inches throughout Canada aud Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
New  York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
"���al Hanking Business Transacts.
L��ttert of Credit issued, available witl correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
������"���Mi Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of |1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
'our timet a year.
"'���I A6"ts over $168,000,000.00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. U. D. BRYMNER. Manag"
HARDWARE,   ETC.
COLUMBIA   STREET
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\ FOR SALE.....
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*        Dry Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
X deliver to any part of the city.
| C. WILLIAMS
,* Eighth ave. and Second St.        'Phone 333
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The Spy In Europe.
A remarkable espionage trial recently closed ln the supreme court of Germany ut LelpaiC. Tho accused man
���was nn ox-lieutenant In the Austrian
army named Bartmann, and the charg.
against hlm was of spying in Germany
ou behalf of Franco. Ills defense was
that he really wished to deceive
France In the Interests of Germany.
At the last German maneuvers, after
petting o commission from n French
agent for "information," he olio rol
himself to a German staff otlicer ns n
counter spy, but was rejected on nr
count of his antecedents. Soon aftci
this he was arrested on the maneuvers
ground, when he again affirmed his
plan to deceive the French. The Lelp-
sic court seems to have accepted tiii.
plea.   At any rate, lie was acquitted.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Slreet    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
A^ted Water?.
Family trade a  specialty.
Te!. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
New Westminster City
Assessment
Electric Railway Service!
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hair-
hour from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last ear lv. Vancouver ll-HO.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram T
office on the hour, twenty min- +
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter,  commencing at  6:20 a. m. *
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at  ten   minutes after the hour,
half past ami fifty minutes after <>
the  hour, commenc'- g  at  6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   hair-hourij l.e-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ;;
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Formality In Offices.
"Did you ever stop to think of the
groat Increase In the formality now observed iu legal, financial and other of-
flees? A few years ago when yoc
wanted to see your lawyer you siniplj
walked right Into his office," said n na
the of Philadelphia, now growiug old
"Nowmla*,s you must send In yom
card and wait to learn whether or net
the lawyer Is at liberty to see you
Banks, too, have adopted similar ar
rangements. Perhaps some recent lessons In bomb throwing may have Influenced them. Doctors employ uniformed servitors to guard them agniust
Intrusion during otllce hours."���Philadelphia Record.
���T-
Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FttONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
At
THE   KIND   TNAT   GROWS
Ryall's Drugstore
tVWi'n  ilmrln-rnj-   Struck.
* lette- written by Thackeray to tn*
proprietor of Fraser's' Magazine la
quoted under the head of "When
Thackeray Went ou Stri.e." As ��
matter of fact, Trackeray, mo far from
acting ou the principle of unionism,
acted oa precisely the 'opposite principle and asserted his right to Individual preference. "Well," lie says, "1
dure say you will be very Indignant
and swear I am the most mercenary of
Individuals. Not so. Hut I mu n better
workman than most of your crew and
desire n butter price." He-ends amiably, "You must uot. 1 repeat, be angry
or, because we differ ns tradesmen,
break off our connection ts friends.'*'-'-
I .iiiflnii V��i_-
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
2>��00 Cords Tan Bark
WANtED
AT THE
f*ASER
The Oriental Contract Co.
cf Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
.New Westminster branch P. 0,
nox W-
RIVER TANNERY I *. -	
He lot _4i, group 2, -New weatminater i
district. I
A certificate of Indefeasible title to [
the above property will be issu��d to
John S. Robson on the 15th day    of,
Juno, 190., 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, I
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, R C, 1st May, 190S.
Tine person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the
salit property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th  July,   1890���Louis    Willie    to
Knist (.rail.
Conveyance in   fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmastei-General, will lie received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for tho conveyance of His Majesty's Malls, on a
proposed contract for four years, six
times per week each way, between the
proposed post office ut Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric .Railway,
(luring the I'ostmaster-Qenerai'B pleas*
nre.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blnnfc
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 tbe Post Office Inspector. |
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inrpeetor's   Office,   Vancouver, n. c, 8th May, 1908.
Hi. lot 11 and the nnrlh hall' or lot 10,
block A. Government Office Gardens,
New Westminster City.
A certificate ot Indefeasible Htlo to
the above property will be Issued to
Frederick John Hurl, on the llth day
of May, 1908, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
ini 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, B.C., April 8, 1908.
The person or persons having In
tholr custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the aald
property are requested to deliver Hie
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1887, New Westminster City to J. Wilson, conveyance
in fee
(b) Sth August, 1888, J. Wilson to
T. R. Mclnnes, conveyance ln fee.
(e) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes to Flprenee Blanchard Bote,
conveyance ln fee.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
8ol-dtor for Applicant.
Bank of Commerce Building,
COURT OF REVISION.
Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1908 has
been returned to ine, and remains in
my office, wlv^re it may be inspected
by any person having au interest
therein, until the sitting of the court
of revision.
The first sitting of the court of revision on the said assessment roll will
lie held at the city hall, In the said
city, on Monday, the 11tli May next,
al io o'clock in the forenoon. Any
person Intending to appeal against
the assessment must do so in writing,
to be filed with the city clerk at least
seven days before the first sitting of
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
''������-��� Hall, April 7, 1908.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 474*
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between.
NEW WESTMINSTER and CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langle*
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves Brackman ft Ker wharf;
New Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at I a- m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Frf.
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particular*, apply
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  ���. C.
R. WH1TMORF, Secretary.
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PAGE FOUR
T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY. MAy
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily Neys Publishing Company, Limited, at their
office, corner ot Sixth and From
streets, .New Westminster, li. C.
HOP DUMPING IN ENGLAND
FROM AM_���I._ MUST STOP
Bai*_��g|
��. A.  Paige Managing   Director'
<_Sii':.��i'. ! .
THURSDAY,  MAY 14, 1908.
THE  GAS  BY-LAW.
The public could nol fathom ' tli
action of thc Council on .Monday niglu
la.-', in. so unceremoneouBly disposing
o. the communication from the Com-
j'Hiiy's solicitor which accompanied
the proposed by-law, and not a few-
claimed there must he "a nigger in tli-.
fence," but no one seemed a le An
local'.* the wily nigger.
Many of the business men who had
hoped for relief from the present state
of things, and had promised thi rn-
selves and their families a gas stove
s__ a solution of the fuel problem on
the one hand, and less heat and labor
on the other, gasped in despair.
From experience, they realized thai
no hopo was held out to them by the
present Inadequate plant to supply gas
for heating and cooking purposes,
even if the present owners departed
from their time honored refusal to extend the mains and tlie fear waa
general that the new company's representative would tire of being humbugged and depart for other fields of
nsefnlness where methods were less
antiquated and where people understood the value of a good service
rendered by an up-to-date plant at
reasonable rates.
The Company not wishing to make
j-ublic all it intended to do in tlie
manufacture of the bye-products, the
using up of which would enal.le them
to supply g'-.is at a niuc|i less rate than
is now demanded, did not unburden
isself to Hie members of the Civic
Board, but preferred to have the by-
las passed upon its merits, without
hampering conditions' being placed in
it which the presi nt company are not
called upon to observe. This certainly
is only fair and inasmuch as the present owners refus ��� to extend their
ruai-**, and take on the business offering, they c-.in have no ground for ob- j
jection and the bugaboo about enter-1
ing into competition with the City's
electric light distribution service is
nonsense, ibeoause there never will be
a general return to the,use of gas for
Illuminating purpose*, no matter how
low tiie price of gas, and tlie increase
fn the demand of electric light service
of the last [ew years will continue
-.villi greater volume as the population
of the City glows, and nothing wili
fend to make it grow laser, than, hi
addition to being able to use the
modern electric light, a cheap, clean,
safe, moilv.'rn mo.:;i>d of cooking and
betting.
li by the competition which of
course will be create!; the present
plant has to go out of business, tlie
owners have only themselves to
blame, because they have had ample
opportunity all these years io better
the condition of things had they heen
Milling.
In no sense, morally or legally, can
the present company claim ihe riga.
to monopolize the buslnesa of supplying gas, for any purpose, and in view iW
"i Its action through all the year. II (g,
lias cramped conditions by its poilc. ,
ii should in no wise be consider! d
now.
The flhtabllshmenl of five Industrh ,
at this time are dependent on getting
4,'ns for manufacturing purpose, waile
the manufacture dl ihe bye-products
will create aa many    more,   This    Is '
what we are looking for, uew   Indui
fries. w.Uaj we me reaching oui to get
..   'mr publicity organization and   It
. is a false policy Indeed to endeavor to I
throttle  enterprise willing to expend.
money to Increase   the    volume   of,
../__w_Ht,4utoii'-,   without  bonus or ape-j
rial priviica,*-. and  in dealing with ii
company Incorporated under the laws'
il  ilritish Columbia, Whose bona lldes |
are   without   question,     the     Council
-should  not  hesitate  to  give    it    the ;
same privileges as are enjoyed by thi |
old   company,  and  si cure    p  service I
worthy of this progressive city.    In ,
uny case no harm can result, because, ,
i'  tiie claim set out. from  Interested
parties, tli at the new company were '
rot going to act now, were true, which
I   certainly Is not, if It did nothing, the
field would he as open as It is today, j
London, May IJ.���The "dumping"
pf American hops into England was
the subject of some debate In t.ie
House of Lords today. The Unionists
plea-led for a duty of $10 on every
hundred weight of flic American product in order to save the life of the
dying local industry. C.irrington,
president of the board of agriculture,
on behalf of the government, accepted
the resolution urging the government
to give this mailer its attention, bul
lie declined to consider the suggestion
of a tax. -
The American hop growers, he said,
���vers no better off with a duty of $11
than were the British cultivators with
free trade. The whole problem could
be summed up in one wljrd, "over-
production."
'901
wsr
PROJECT SEA WALL
FOR   SAN   FRANCISCO
Sau Francisco, May 13.���The Federated Harbor Improvement association met today to receive the retort
ot its engineers.on a plan for a sea
wall from Fort .Mason to ihe San
Mateo county line and for the construction of piers along this sea wall.
In addition a number of basins are
provided for, each to be equipped with
wharves. Among them are -a I as'n
between Fort Mason and the presidio,
on the property now owned by -Mrs.
Hermann Oelrichs ami the Laws,
China ibasin, Central basin, Islais
creek basin, India basin and South
basin.
RUBBER SUPS
N*>   mor.   n"*e_   of   setidinj    your'
orders to "The other side."    You can
new get the best rubber stamps, made
of  good gum  rubber,  on     latest    improved machinery, by expert workmen,1
and '
31J    CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Owners of thc Townsite of Port _V_ei.on, Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vance '
  w*1 * v. j ��
We recently offered for subscription the first 100, OUO shares of the Preferred Stock of thi
at $1.00 per share. Each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preference stock ti..,
shares was immediately taken up.
nation
We now offer the balance of the second 100,000 shares of Preferred Stock at
hundred shares entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preferred Stock.
each
Tli'       ��� 100,000
$1.00 per
All subscriptions must be received on or before tbe close of regular business, May sofli
A!i sub
First allotment on second 100,000 will be made May 19th, final allotment* May 30th
tions should be in the office of the Company by 6 o'clock, May 19th.
>scr-p.
recelvi I prio
onus stock, how, ���
those subscribing prior to Mav
"ii      . T.���
In order to treat all applications large and small  tl ke, and I - make ao discrimination, all subscriptons
May 30th, will Le allowed pro rata on the second 100,000, and balance on third 100,000.   There will be no
second issue.   The third 100,000 is to lie sold at par, $1.00 per shiai     --. thout bonus, and
preference on third issue.
The preferred stock now being offered is entitled to an annual dividend of 7 per cent,, commencing November Isl   i.n
to further dividends.   That Is, after 7 per cent, has been paid upon ihe preferred and common, both stock, the
is no reason why this stock should nol pay from 30 to 50 per cent, dividends.
cn application;   15 per cent, in 30 days
dividend*
ison why this stock
Payments, 10 per sent.
ireaftoi :    -
balance   in   eight  monthly   payments.
accompanied by the
.ii
Hereafter uo subscriptions will lie received by t-. '��� gnaph or long   '.stance telephone, unlei
per cent.
We are rushing work on the first unit of this great plant, the^entlre plant when complete will have a weeklj
newspaper, and 270 tons of wrapping.    No better site for ai great modern paper mill could have been selected  than
from Vancouver; unexcelled drainage and magnificent deep water harbor.    We have secured the water right_    of
through the property, and have also placed a 20,000-inch water record on (.lowborn Falls for tiie purpose of manuli
These two sources have a combined volume of over 20,000 horse power.
Those interested are cordially Invited to visit Port Mellon aud  leaped  the progress of the work up  to date.    It will
we iare turning out SO,000 pounds of wrapping paper per week.
The public are also invited to visit the demonstrating plant of the company, 313 Cordova street, Va:
of wood pulp and paper.
Office of the company open Wednesday and Saturday evenings  until 9 o'clock.
I
capacll
i'oi-i   Mi Hon
Rainj    I.
cturing   groun .
ol
i'i  -
h flows
' I   pulp.
iccuver, and witness th,
STAVES
Manager
Vancou-
'HI.   G.  FAULKNER,
DIRECTORS:
President British  Columbia Trust
W, H. R. COLLISTER
Albion   Iron   Works
ver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc.
C. E��� P. L. S��� D. L. S., CO'l.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
J. DUFF  STUART,    Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart, Lt I.
Corporation.
Stationers, Vancouver, B. ('.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
J. C. W. STANLEY, formerly
General Manager West London Piper Miils, London,
England.
FRED  SMITH,  member  Smith,
Wright & Davidson, Whole-
sate Paper Company. Vancouver, B. ('.
ll. .M. BURRITT, Western Manager OorticellJ Silk Co., Vancouver, I). ('.
A I.l*. W. .1. CAVANAGH, Member w. J. Caranagh & Co.,
Vancouver.
CAPTAIN H.  V MELLOX, J.t>,
American !.!���.        ���      ���  .
EUSTACE   II.   ,i INNS,  Barrt..
ter, etc.. Vance iver, B C
GEO.   K. CATES -
I ulldlng co.   Va   ��� . i
GREBLV KOLTS  -
eral  Manager    Paci!    i   ��� ������
Boda Co.
MADE IN CANADA
|     Mail   orders   filled
jceived.
same  day as  re-
Local Agents:
DOMINION TRUST CO.,
New Westminster
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber it am ... "
a����-��_a__fe*v-tiBW-:a-a_i��
_VDVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWB ��� To  INCREASE  Your  BUSINES8.
wai ��� 11 give
WE want your Grocery orders.    We
satisfaction.     We want to give you g
prices.    Note these prices U'\- to-day's selling :   ���
MEN'S
OXFORDS
OR
SI
i
2*
Corn Starch
3    Pks.    for    25c
Seeded
16-oz. Pks..   3
Raisins I
for 2:
Taylor's Cleanser
3  cans for  25c
Wheat Flakes
in hulk, 5 lbs. 25<
Low Cut Shoes
ADAMS &
Phone 97.
will be "all the go" this summer. We
know we. are now showing the best lines
that have ever come to Westminster.
.
NO OVERCROWDING CF
CHIPPEWA  IN  FUTURE
'.Victoria, May 1.1���Local Immigra-
.lion official!' state that a slause in the
Canadian Immigration Laws, which
j.rovii.es that but one passenger for
every two tons register of a steamer
can bfl carried Into Canadian ports,
will bo enforced to prevent a recurrent*,, of the overcrowding ol tha
Chippewa, which on Sunday brought
1133 pnssengers from Seattle. Under
Un. clause to which attention I., drawn
trte. steamer would be p. rmitted      "t
���460 passengers.
a
m FOR YOUNG FELLOWS   we have them in
Q3        Tan, Ox Blood, Chocolate, Patent Colt and
Vici leathers, made on the new "Sirdar"
last, a popular pointed toe shape and a
beautiful fitter.
J FOR OLDER HEADS we carry the same
goods, only made on broader and wider
toe lasts, shoes that bear every mark of
comfort and good appearance.
The warm, summer days are fast approaching and you'll certainly need a pair
of Oxfords;
Let Us Supply Your Wants
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others ir DURABILITY, RE'
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
WESTMINSTER,
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
DEAN5I
Prompt Deliveri
B. C.
ARE YOUR EYEj
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them
amined.      We  make no chares
for testing your eyes.   AH �� 'I
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optidaj
pulors  i" T. Giffo/d*)
Jewelry
in T.
Store.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL 4. ODDY, Proprietors
^havejustrwwved
and you are invited to inspej
without doubt the finest *j
lection of  HIGH - ClA^
WOOLENS that ever crrise-j
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISOI
AAAjS^^^ jrSDAY:
MAY 14, 1908,
TUJ_  DAILY7  NEWS.
PA(J__ r'lVI!
H IHE CASH ST0HE5    T.H.SMITH
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THE MSI STORESf
g Dre
REDUCTION
$1.75 Summer BroaiMotlis for ��1,25
on the Red river, May 9, but tlie other
! column, which is following the   railroad line, Is now within thirty m.les
of Meng Tsze.    Viceroy Hsi Liang, at
��� lie head of another body of provincial
j troops, has left Yun Man Fu for Ami,
I forty miles northwest of Meng Tsze.
Iness   was  quiet at.   tiie    police
:. <mly two who had Imbibed un-
paylng the usual   penalty    fo.
indiscretion, $2.50 and costs.
N'ew live room house aud lot for
on Alberia street. Will sell cheap
on terms. John A. McDonald, Sapperton.
W. C. Calhoun, formerly chief cler]
GAS FRANCHISE PROMOTERS
CLASH AT BREMERTON
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
HIGHEST QUALITY
LOWEST  PRICES
iu the local
office, was recently
Is . urely an exception
;. i nt line of plain cloths _
irlces.   The line comprl ���
ji;.-, per yard Alexandra cloth |n all colo
and $1.75,   All for 	
When one considers that tie -;,.
offering. The cream of our
""' *'!'! ,;,|i- and more off regular
complete line of the famous
our chiffon broadcloths
 $1.25
fashions newest and thai
���  time to get your,,.:::,,   ._      aade the u,,���sual ^ cQt
appeal to every  woman who studies  dress,   The color range
tgen    Elephant's   Breath,   green,
To     dispute     the
i "Brlllante"  cigars is
i of quality.
superiority    of
to question  the
to
; ,:,,   navy,    brown,   Copenl
etc.    All    one   price,
���; iti     This is a three day sale
ite a big rush.
An application lias  been made   by
Samuel A. Cawley, of Chilliwack, for
- record oi' 200 inches of water from
|  imvilla   creek   to   generate   electric
, and for domestic purposes,
ier yai
W
..$1.25
to    hop early as
An    antidote
Charley's Aunt"
for    the    'ulues-
Frldiay, .May 15.
-see
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married In Vernon to Miss Ethel Jean
Brown, of that city.
A re-trial has been granted Charles
Sherlf, now serving at life term for
rape, aud he will be taken back by
P. c. Lacey Lo i ernie tor the Assiz a
which commence on Maj 26. It was
there the previous trial was held.
Ing to build  a  gas  plant, siu-M  as    is
Bring your old  Victor gramophone cau9fl tor in t*le franchise.
record, tu lie exchanged for new ones ��� ���        - . _ ���
at J.   It.  Todd's music store, Columbia street. **
Bremerton, May 13���A war of words
occurred at the meeting of the city
council  last  night between  iho    two ,
omoters from Seattle who are seek- iVlVel Oranges, d0Z,
Ing a gas franchise here. Ezra -Nor- Navel Ol'ailgeS, (loz
man, one of the promoters, accused
Oscar Foote, tho other aspirant for the
franchise, of Influencing Norman's
financial backers to withdraw their
support from him. He said that for
this reason he could not show tho
council that he had the financial back-
,20c
.25c
,30c
Bananas, doz	
Lemons, doz 15c
Rhubarb, pound  5c
Special attention given to
phope orders.
is in full swing ana all doubt as lo
Now that the summer season
ial is the correct thin ��� for wear has been removed, separate skirts
i to be very strong. We have a magnificent range of high class
lored voile skirts-ln all colors newest designs. Prices -are $15.nn,
7.50 ami $18.76, For three days only you can have your choice
 $12.75
Children's Reefers at $2.50
Another   shipment   of   tl: se
..-.-��� and serviceable garments
'... .. arrlvi d. The lasl shipment
��� il rapidly.   This Is a line
: ie rman   manufacture.    The
lar price being $3.26.    For
���...     i tys only at  $2.50
Ladies' Mohair Skirts at $5.00
Three dozen lovely Mohair
and Alpaca skirts in cream,
navy, black, etc., pleated; new-
esl designs of most serviceable
dusl resisting Alpaca suitable
for streel wear. Three days
 $5.00
The  most  convincing  argument  in
r Of    "B. C."  and    "Old    Sport"
������ I irs Is the cigar itself. **
v sterday, came into port from th ���
hall lUt banks, the Celestial Empire.
She brought one hundred thousand
lounds Of fish, having-met with bal
weather on the trip, bat made aa
a ver.me  catch
Dahlias, Geraniums and.all kinds of
boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B20S.
Nat Goodwin is in Europe. John
Boyd is the only comedian left In
America. See him in "Charley's
Aunt." **
The two capitalists, A. McRae, of
Winnipeg, and Senator Jensen, o'
Nebraska, who were here on Tuesday
in connection with their holdings in
the Fraser River Sawmills company,
will return to tlie city at no distant
uate to complete important business.
The side-splitting comedy ���'Charley's
Aunt," one irglit only, Friday,
.Mav 15. **
only at
Household Hints ior Housewives
Our liaise furnishing department was never more complete than
.-    We �� in offer you some of the  biggest    money    saving
;s yet made in tli   city.    Look over the following:
__. F. Stephenson, inspector of agencies of the department of the Interior,
who has been in this city for the past
two days, will, before returning to
headquarters at Winnipeg, make a tour
The Crystal Giass company's brlaf
history lias reached another stage Ja
the announcement issued on Tuesday
by circular that its property has i..-. n
placid in the hands of Henry B. .dor-
ley, of Vancouver, for assignment and
that there wil Ibe a meeting of tli-'
creditors at Sapperton on May lilt at
2:'M p.m. "for giving directions with
reference to the disposal of the
estate."
Small house (new) on fully cleared
lot; with magnificent view of river
mil surrounding country; near Sapperton car line; only $700. Abbott &
Hyde. **
Application has been made by
Temple F. Sinclair, George J. Spencer,
Bertram W. Powell and George W.
Bingham, contractors, for permission j
to lease the foreshore rights of the
following doscribea land: Commencing at a post planted one chain soutll
of ihe southwest coiner post of lot
-.'ouT, group 1, New Westminster district, thence easterly following the
foreshore line SO chains to a post
planted oue chain soutll of th-e southwest corner of lot 233S. ditto.
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.   Phone LSI. **
FREE
ADMISSIO
Commencing TUESDAY, MAY 12.
no admission fee will be charged
at the Clarkson Street Roller
Skating Rink. This arrangement
will remain in force throughout
the season, excepting on special
occasions, such as masquerades,
racing   nights,, etc.
Howard &Muirhead
PURE
FOOD SUPPLY CO.
BURR BLOCK,   New Westminster
Phone No.386
[
, .	
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
! Fraser River Tannery
I        New Westminster. B.C.
60 pair White Lace
Eortalns fur $!.25
Double bed white spreads,
I Iain and fringed. $1.75 for $1.25
Three aad one-halt yards Ion j,
i   ���    - atti rn,     Regular   J1.75,
Seventy-two inch . soft white
Sheeting,   Regular 35c for ..25c
Im -ty    inch    circular    pillow
White Frilled Curtain
Muslin tit 25c
.Mill ends of unbleached cotton al ten yards for $1.00. This
Ml   our   frilled   mus ins   ft r
is    a    grand    snap,    beautiful,
curtn a.. Ehei gell regularlj    at
strong, unbleached    cotton,   36
c  and  45c.    Three days
and .0 Inches wide; in ten yard
only at  25c
ends for $1-��0
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of the district timber belts in company with James Leamy, crown tim-
aer agent.
See A. S. Blakemore as Jack Ches-
uey in "Charley's Aunt";  he is worth
\ the price of admission.
J
T. H. SMITH
Home (ii the Hat Beautiful THE STORE VALUE BUILT
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ew Cottages
N.
Price $1450.   Terms $200
O.N   \i;.\.;s STREET���tour rooms���modern.
cash, balance. $15 per month.
ON ROYAL AVENUE���five rooms, modern. Price $1575. Terms   one-
Hiird cash, balance six .and twelve months.
ON NINTH   STREET���four   rooms; fine fruit.    Price $1600.   Terms
$600 cash, balance $15 per month.
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phot* 307
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-
llP Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO
w -M.KBR   President,
Fund, $5,000,000
ai.iox. r.Aiun. oen.
��� nil  Managei
A OKNI.RAI,  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
An interesting visitor yesterday tu
the city was E. J. Thurston, of Liverpool, Eng., who was registered at the
Ituss'ell hotel. .Mr. Thurston is largely
inten sted In shipping aud lumber
concerns in tlie old country, and was
here with reference to the acquisition
.ii some timter limits on Pitt lake. He
left for Vancouver In the course of the
alternoon.
By   the   draining   and  ditching    ot
ten  thousand  .acres  of valuable laud j
iu Chilliwack district, a large area of i
splendid farming land will shortly be |
placed on  the  market  at    enhanced
values.    A   by-law    authorising    tl.e [
tt I commencement of the work has Just
been passed by the mayor and alder- '
men of the new city, work being due I
to commence without delay. The plans
In  connection  with  the  by-law  were '
prepared by II. Neville Smith, of this
city.
HAVE   YOU   SEEN   IT?        WHAT?
Why, Lee's New Furniture Store, of course
We are rapidly getting it in shape and when completed we hope
to hav�� the very best furniture store in the province. We are very
grateful to our many patrons in both city and district for their very
liberal patronage ln our old store, but we hope to achieve even
greater things In our new, and give our customers the best goods, the
lowest prices, and the best service possible in our clean, large and
commodious new store.
We have several carloads of new furniture; a carload each of inlaid ami printed linoleums and oilcloths on our floors and thousands
of yards of the latest and best carpets and squares obtainable. We
will be glad to have you* call and inspect our store and stock. Every
person welcome.
LEE'S   Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK
OPP.   LORNE   STREET. - NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. **
Don't forget the Big Hat carnival at
the roller rink on Tuesday night,
.May ly. Four prizvjs, one for the
prettiest; one for the homeliest; one
for the largest, and oue for tlie
smallest hat. *>
A neatly goiteu up fold'or is be.nij
distributed broadcast throughout the
Speaking to the News yesterday at'- Dominion by the management of th*
ternoon, a local dealer In sporting ;Don_inom fair, which takes place at
goods commentad upon the fact that j Calgary from June 29 to July 9 of this
the past few years has seen an ever pear. The folder is illustrated 'by a
Increasing demand for baseball para- number of splendid views of Calgary,
phernalia among growing lads ln this aud contains a Large amount of intercity. Four or Ave years ago there was jesting Information uealing with Sunny
hardly any call for i.aseball goods, j Alberta. Special excursion rates over
while   today    there   is at least    four   the C.   P.   It.   will  bo in force  from
times  as many ball  outfits  sold    as
lacrosse sticks and sundries.
the coast during tlie exhibition, single
fare being charged for the return
journey.
Money Saved
BY   USING
SB
Knox Moth Lavender Flakes!;
Knox Moth Cedar Flakes
Moth Camphor
Howard & Muirhead are giving one
three pound package of washing powder with every two packages of White
Swan soap; 75c worth for 50c. ���*
Moth Bags
An interesting case occupied Stipend.)' .Magistrate Pittendrigh yesterday, arising out of the alleged attemp*.
of a rancher named John Farmer to
ndanger tho lives of employees ou
the narrow-guage railway belonging
to the Vancouver Flre Clay Co., at
Clayburn, Sumas Municipality, on Monday. O. E. Corbould prosecuted, and
W. O.' McQuarrie defended. Au ad-
One pound packages 'journnient was granted at the request
of the defending solicitor. However,
the engineor, T. Clouston, was examined, and stated that the accused
I was In the. act of digging a ditch, when
he (Farmer) signalled to witness to
witness to stop his train, as he was
digging a tunnel. The d.fendent'.*
case Is that he failed to get a passage
dug by the company for his stock to
cros-i. the track, having already had
a goat killed. Thero Is no fence to
the right-of-way at present. The cast-
was enlarged, ball being allowed.
| Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor    N
now offering for sale a special line
Dinner Ware
Are
of
sure to please everybody
Prom   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
Columbia   Street.
New
Westminster,
B. C.
Phone   92.
25 cents each
Now is the time to use these
"lines and save your Furs and
Woolens.
Sales   Note*.
On
FARMERS'  RANKING.
."' ' olllty sfferdsd  Farmers for  ti sir banklnfl  business.
:'-sli"rt   or tal.cn   for collection.
<i.\.\'rivm  ,,.      r-. ,  ,��_. ...nd* or withdrawn oby mall
CURTIS
Bruos, Spectacles and Seeds
CHINESE REBELS MARCH
ON A TREATY PORT TOWN
WCTMIN3TER.
'���������Of-town
'NO   by   MAIl.-neiio'ait*.   .niv tie tunde nr
accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H. R DAVIDSON. Manager.
W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
of tlie Optical Dapart.Dtnt-
Peklng, .May 13.���News w... received
here today that 3000 rebels 'n two
columns set out to march on Meng
Tsze, a treaty port at the head of
navigation ot the Songkol river. A
body of provincial troops me' and re-
pulsed one of the columns at Maahao,
D(
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HAVE YOU  INSURED   THOSE
VALUABLE  HORSES OF YOURS
YET   OR   ARE    YOU     WAITING
t
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS   BURNED     UP   A8     OTHERS
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HAVE DONE.
MORAL:    DO IT NOW
1 INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST  DEATH  FROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
UtLIDCflAlt   S'J.C.Dc.
Why
It   Should   Excite   More   H
Than Any Other Murder.
As to its mora! aspects, suicide Is
manifestly forbidden by the divlna
law. One of the commandments of the
Decalogue declares, "Thou shalt nol
kill." To make the law as comprehensive as possible it is uot said,
"Thou shalt not kill thy neighbor,*'
which qualifying phrase is employed
lu some of the other commandments-.
as. for Instance, "Thou shalt not'uear
false witness against they uelghbor;"
'Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's
bouse." The prohibition to kill is therefore absolute. It forbids the taking of
trcman Mfe, whether by suicide or
homicide.
There Is another commandment
which says, "Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself." Now, the love
which we owe to our neighbor forbids
us to slay him, and therefore the love
which we owe to ourselves forbids ns
to compass our own death. If the law '
allowed ns to kill ourselves, while forbidding us tc- kill our neighbor, our
love for our neighbor would not be
equal, but superior, to our love for ourselves.
Nay, I hold that suicide ls n more revolting sin than the killing of another,
The closer the ties of relationship between the murderer and his victim the
more atrocious is the crime. In the
estimation of mankind, a parricide, or
matricide, or fratricide, or uxoricide, Is
a more shocking criminal than an ordinary homicide. And as a man 'ias
more Intimate relations to himself
than to a parent or In-other or wife, his
deliberate self destruction should excite more horror than the murder of a
parent, brother or wife.-Cardinal Gibbons lu Oenturv
He Didn't Do II
We are pleased to note that the eonrt
martial bus pronounced Rojes tvensky,
the Russian ileet admiral, uot guilty,
deciding that it wasn't bis fault that
Toga wou the battle iu tbe sea of Ja
pan.
While it is admitted that Rojestvensky was among those present on that
largo occasion, yet all eyewitnesses,
whether they were on the ground or
'just qualified by looking at magazine
pictures, agree that he was about as
much responsible tor what happened
as the president of the United .-.tate*
Is for a cyclone or a runaway horse.
lie didn't ask Togo t-> be present oq
thnt joyous occasion aud to bring hit
folks; hardly. In tact, he -Wasn't fi_.e\_
to receive company. If was clearly a
case of butt in on the part of the Jap
lines, admiral and the court martin.1
did well and wisely in listing tbe Russian commander with the Innocent by
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THURSDAY. May M.
SOCIETIES.
0. O. F.-AMITY LODfP   _
����� "Solar meeti^f\��\��~
J- held in OddfeCtu c>
bla street, every M���n Ck'*u-**
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evening
Spring   Styles
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Fedora
and
Boater
W'ong Man.
"Tou understand." said the captain,
"that we want a Becrcwj who Is thoroughly accustomed to maa&Ctng men."
"_n that case." answered the applicant sadly, "I'm afraid It's not me
yon want, but my wife."
Hid Two Busse*.
do   you    like    nil;
-now     ^^^^^
baby':-'
"Oli,  It   Us  sometbln
from V-ir.il'.r: my wife.
idlnf?   tbi
of x chansr*
Money   dec.   all   lliings.     It   makes
honest men and knaves, 'oils and phi
'OfiopbefS-- V5>!:'*>-igM
English and American Silllard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand  tables  and  supplies  in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P.  0.  Box  1185
Bowling  Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May fi
Co., Toronto.
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
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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.
���ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2'>,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of i
family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of oue-quarter section of ItiO acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency lor the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, _xjn, daughter, brother or sister cf
an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land Id
each year for three years.
[2) A homesteader may, If he so
desires, jierform the required residence duties by living on fanning
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (SO) acres in ejttent, in
the  vicinity of his homestead.   Joint
! ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(���J) 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
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" ln tho two
preceding paragraphs ls defined us
meaning not more than nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.       '
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform hla residence duties ln accordance with thc above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W, W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.   B.���Unautuome,-,  publication '_!
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in seated envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tender
for .N'ew Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
the following .leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded 32 feet and
depth from top of keel plate to top of
beams at side 17 feet, and to be di
livered at Victoria, B. C.
Plans ,:nd specifications of tliis
steamer can be seen at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
at the offices of the Collectors of Cu
terns at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
| wood, Midland, Vancpuyer and Sydney, N. S., and at the ag< ncles of the
Department of .Marine and Fisheries al
.Montreal, Quebec, St. John, N. B.,
Halifax, N, S., and Charlottstpwn, 1'
E. I.
The same plans and specifications
can lie procured by application trom
the Department of Marine aad
Fisheries up to the First Day of May
next _nd at the agency of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, B. 0.
Each tender must oe accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the wliolej amount of
tho tender, wiiich i heque will be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter Into a
contract, with tlie Department or fails
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will be considered.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertise,
ment without, authority from the Department will not be paid.
F. GOl'RDEAF,
Deputy Minister of Marine
'and Fisheries.
Ottawa,  Canada,   llib   March,   1908.
A. O
U. W.���FRASER
���.Meetings the first
day   in    each    month.      VisitiiM
brethren cordially mvp"-1 *-
PDGE No 3
.8_Jd ��-*">* TW
Lodge 7oom.,A"o''n-','-!''*1��et(.
fellowB'  block, (������:.,;/ haJl. Odd.
Cl.    I '  ''-ni. I
��� --treet
COURT BRUNETTE, No
-Meets the Fourth
month at 8 o'clock. i��� ,,
Oddfellows'   ti     '���'
ball.
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and Fourth T .
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id Funri h T,,  .    '
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FRATERNAL
. ORDER   OF   EAGLES
Aerie No. 20- Meets evei
evening at 8  p. m.,
hall,   Colum i
W. Pres.;  n, .
in
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Eagles'
THE
ROYAL  TEMHLAR3  DP Tr..
perance meet  e ,y     n,f-
i,:���,,y
���01*3 OF SCOTLAND BENFFir as.
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISL��
CAMP, 191_Meet, on the ^K
Third   Tuesday   of
K. of P. hall    I
I.   O.   O. F.���Royal  City  Ledge, No
���Meets   in   Oddfellows' Hall  Columbia Street, every .      . ,      ,
at 8 o'clock.    Visit Ug brethren win
be made welcome,   J   -   La  rence,
N. <;.; C. E. Osborne, P.
ing secretary.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nc
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. $.-
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
ln K. of P. Hall, r-olumbia St., a:
8 p. m., White Ruse Deprei Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodg .'��� 9 I
F. and A. M.; King S . in i a Lodffi
No. 17. A. F. and A. M ; L. 0. L,
No. 1150; I., O. L., N
Sapperton, No. 4683, I, 0, F ; i ),
K, Courl .v.- itmln I r, N
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest Ma 25:
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for alterations to the Post Offi*-'.'
Building, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this office until Wodnosd iy,
April 22, 1808, inclusively, for the coc-
atruction of the alterations to the Post
Office Building ai Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can be se3n
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered uucj IS
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with tlreir actual signatures. I
Each tender must be accompanlel
by an accepted cheque on a charter .d !
W,
ers,
���mild
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C,   BAR-
rister and Solicit .-
I Ian : lian   Haul;   ol   Commercel
ng, New Wes-inin I     B C
A.
rVHEALLER,    BARRISTER, Solicitor,  etc.,    4:'   Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westi
ster.    Phone 143.
w
HITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barr:^
ters and solicitors, Blackie Dik
Columbia street, New Westroinste!
W. ,l. Whiteside, ll. L. Edmonds,
M
oon.
ARTI.V, WEART & McQUARIU?!
Barristors, solicitors, etc, Office.',|
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ New West minster, Trapp lili.. conK-
bank, made payable to the crder of the] Clarckson and Lome Strets. Vancou-1
Honorable the Minister of Public ver, rooms"21, 24, 446 Granville street,
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.) 'Joseph .Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
of the amount of the tender, which O- -McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne, Mr.
will be forfeited if the person tendor-i Martin wil bo In the Westminster)
ing decline to enter into a contract: offices every Friday aftemc
when called upon to do so, or fail to' " I
complete the work contracted for.    If  C. E0RQB E- MARTIN. Barrister aud
the tender be not accepted the cheque ��  aS^S^S^eeKw'Sl
will be returned. ; minster. B. C.
The Department does not bind its-if;
to accept the lowest or any render.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretarv.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 10, 190S.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, la -.ractlce since
1891 at .New Westmi-ster HC Offices removed to C-irtis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court H'lUBe.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 61
Newspapers wlll not he paid for this
advertisement if they insrrt It without
authority from the Department.
W
corner
streets
F.  HANSFORD.    Hamster,j
Crescent block,1
McKendej
Solicitor, etc.,
Columbia     and
New Westminster
tr
ta
THE
ADVERTISE
���- IN -
DAILY      NEWS
If YOU War*. a Situation.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at   Meyers    Falls   witb j
stage f'lily for Republic
Buffet  service  on  trains  between j
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   10, i
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive!
9._K> a.m Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
13.25 p.m. ....Rossland  4.10 p-m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
\\' ���������'��� \
In tbef
as follow":
icli   montl
the  tbWI
May,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New
ster Board of Trade meets
Board Room, City Hall,
Third Thursday of ei
Quarterly meetings on
Thursday of Februno
August and November, at <s P ra
Annual meetings on the "f���
Thursday of February. >**
members may be proposed ft"J
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec
WT       ADVERT'.SE
��� IN
-ca
THE     DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��.nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and'Twelfth
12��� St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufterln
IB���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue fl'1''
24���-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and WlKhtn.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
82���Agnps and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���<3.PR. Station.
Sixl.li- jflSDAV
MAY 14, 1908.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAr.y,  :., VKN     "��
���There is no time like the present"
Intend Building?
?
is an old saying but
.���nt    it is, however, very questionable if it uiiu .. ��.'._!      " m��.�� especlal|y d��es this apply to budding operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN   to  a  very  astonishing
  ""' so much longer.    LaD0
Self.   DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices go up again
Of course you will have to procu re a lot
3or is also much lower and more available than it,was this time list year. .Make inquiries and convince your-
OTCou.��/  ���" --"H'ocure a lot and this is where WE CAN rc nc A__   _. ���_.	
of doubt the most desirable property |n the City of New Westmi                              ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE of what is beyond the least shadow
��_.oe-tive purchasers  BUT  IN  THE  VERY heart nc i^ucT*?^'    WE   D�� N0T MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to use fancy  names in order to  attract
,t is situated on F.RST STREET between SECOND      d ���    RES'DENT'AL SECTI0N 0F THE CITY'
^e Fraser River and the Pitt Mounta ns.    You can also se      II th           AVENUES.    FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
here   Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot  street   and   h    & *  \     ^       CR03St_ MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house.  .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
lf one lot is too small for your purpose:, you can ta
Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with  you when you go to pick out your lot.
is large a frontage as you want.     If you cannot afon
M IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
the prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THEO ^^  JUSt ** '^^ * fr0ntage as you want'     lf you cannot aford to buV !ots facing on the  Park  look at the  back lots.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
*****
Fourth /^uea/ue.
A. W. McLeod
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Sold
8
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to
X
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W. G. McQuarrie    "
8
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8
7
6
5
4
H. P. Latham
T. E. Butters
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
PRESENTED]! COURT
Experience of an American at
an English Royal Levee.
A  RAPID TRANSIT FUNCTION.
Six lots and a house facing Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third Sts.   House la seven roomed with modern improvement..
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.   Price $1200.
McQUARRIE & CO. mStreet
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Wail Service
!._���
ipatch. ii
i��y C. p. R. train at 8:35
a' "i; i-io.
use _ a. m.
"��a. and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
Mil
day-
Hid,.
Bftppert
1.   daily   except  Sun-
_.   ,        i��   f  viertrte rail wit* , at   3.80   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
Dispatched   by  B. L. U^uu . Sfttupd
Co., 7:4! a. m.:
v     i   rtdllvexceptSun-      Clayton, Tuesdays  and Thursdays;
Vancouver, No. i.,os - - Tynehead,   Wednesdays and   Satur-
MS K-rx �������� -- r��?r ��a"Mcel,ed Mondw'
Cloverdale,    Nloomekl,   Port     e \ . j.^ b    fl   0   Eloctr,c rUlliWVi
Haaelniere,    Hall's   Prairie,    Bona*
cord, Ulalne and  Seattle  (all point
10:80 a. m.i
*7.
cord,  Blaine  nna  w���� -   - |    Vancouver  No>  2.   vlelorlai No. 1;
,n Washington and south,   aisc r^^  ^   dai]y ^^ ^^
points  In eastern  Stales'. ',.'������,���_,, mn�� _-.-imj .,���� __.
wwm  No.  1,  dally  except  points  in eastern �����?���'������  meIvel' ueturn mail received at 3 p.m
Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.'cept Sunday.   Return malls receive
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 o. m.:
Blast Durnaby, dally except Sunday
Return malls received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 no noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry HM, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. It. 'noat 1:30 p.m.
dally  (closes daily at the same
time during winter months:
Ladner,   Westham    Island,    Port
Gulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. dally
except Sunday. Return malls received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur��
day. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Hurnaby lake. Return mall tt
C p.m.
Dispatched by ON. Fyter. 4 n. m.:
To southern    points,   dally exce*.
Sunday.   Return mail 11 p. m.
He Was In and Through and Out before He Really Realized What had
Happened���The Way H:s Difficulty
About  a   Costume   Was   Overcome.
A kIx font American who had secured a "command" to one of the Kngllsh royal levees recently found himself in a pretty predicament.
nn his notification paper was tho
hint that levee dress was Indispensable, in the guileless Innocence or his.
democratic soul fhe American took this
to mean that frock coat and .hiny
shoes would bo called for.
He was in the act of looking over his
best outlit of tbat nature when a more
experienced friend called and caught
him iu the act. The friend made haste
to Inform the misguided Yankee that
levee dress Involved silk stockings,
ruffled sleeves, black sword and other
Items.
Consternation ensued. It continued
to ensue when owing to his height aud
gir:h uo borrowable suit was discovered and no tailor could be found who
would make one before the next afternoon. At last a stage levee diess win
rented from Ills Majesty's theater,
where it had done duty in "The I.fist
of the Dandies."
After the levee was over the American confessed that he hardly knew
what had happened. When he reached
the palace he was first surrounded by
the yeomen of the guard, who started
him upstairs with great dispatch. In
the course of his progress upstairs the
yeomen disappeared, and he found
himself ln a lane of tin plated life
guardsmen.
Again the scene changed, says Town
aDd Country, and there was a lane ot
royal footmen and next a large room
filled to overflowing with admiral*
generals, diplomats, peers, chamber-
lalns, soldiers and sailors of all degrees of commissioned rank and a
great host of men attired like himself
in levee dress. One by one they were
singled out and ushered Into the royal
presence in the adjoining room, where
stood the king surrounded by his suit
Tbe work of presentation was so
rapid that the American found himself
out. and in another room before he
knew what had happened. His overcoat was on his back in the same
rapid, mysterious fashion, and the
next thing he knew be was outside ln
the courtyard. But he was actually
'presented" nnd Is now forever Hof
fehig, or eligible for presentation at
any court In the world, provided he be
haves himself.
.VII this was preliminary to the presentation of the man's wife and daughter at the drawing room. Men are presented at the king's levees, and the
women undergo the same ordeal at the
courts or drawing rooms, which are
by far the more Imposing functions. It
Is probably no exaggeration to say that
everj' time a drawing room is held
��100,000 Is spent by the people who go
to court.
None but a very old habitue of the
court���and then she ls never below tha
rank of a countess���would dream ot
appearing at court ln a costume that
she had worn tJtere before. The item
of flowers alone ls one of vast Importance. If lt were not for the drawing
rooms the large florists could not exist.
Every woman who ls presented goes
armed with a bouquet, whose value Is
at least a pound, and some of them are
worth ten times that sum. Then there
are tbe bookmakers and the hosiers and
the milliners to consider, to say nothing
of the people who lend carriages.
Suppose there are at a low estimate
600 people on tbe presentation list Of
these every mother's daughter has herself photographed in her court costume, and London court photographer*
are notorious for their stiff prices.
St James' park on the night of a
drawing room is filled with London-,
ers who wander up and down the dou-j
ble line of carriages stalled ln the malL.
peering Into the windows and crltltw
ing the costumes of the matron* and
their debutante daughters, tt -*V a
legitimate privilege of the popyjace to
consider those waiting for presentation
us objects of Interest, and there the
latter have to sit, some of them over
an hour, subjected to tbe gaze of London's cltlaens. You see half a dozen
shopgirls flattening their noses against
the window of a motor brougham aud
carrying on a rapid flre conversation
about the dress of milady and ber
daughter inside.
"Ain't she beootlful, Mary Ann?" or
"Wot do you think of this un? Ol don't
like 'er gown at all."
All this baa to be borne, with Spartan fortitude so long as there ls no
rowdyism; but, strange to say, theft,
never Is.
A good many people starve themselves for months so that they and
their offspring may have tbe money to
enable them to go to court There r.re
mauy half pay colonels who Itve ln
the country whose one object Is to
come up for a drawing room.
Generally tbey have Influential and
wealthy friends who make It easy for
them In tlie matter of lodging ln town
and lend them their horses, carriages
and footmen: otherwise It would be Impossible for them to go. There seem*
to be a tradition that If a man's daughter has not been presented nt court
ter way to a successful marriage will
not be so smooth. That of course Is a
fallacy, bnt tbe tradition never dies,
and so people stint themaelVM and endure endless sacrifices that they mny
put the hall mark on tlioxnaolvoa and
their offspring . *
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Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
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B'l!.
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COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chicks
HEALTH
Sfurtevant's Cure,
E09 Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Vancouver oog show
is a big success
(Continued from Page One.)
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
ought to cost more���it's purer, finer,
more carefully prepared. But its
no dearer than other brands of
standard quality. 154
THURSDAY. MAY M
Separate
Five'' Conservative members of parliament of Vancouver, Silver Chal-
j binge cup.)
Harry Utt, Portland, 'Presto Boy,''
second.
Fox Terriers (Smooth).
Class .No.  21���Puppy dogs.
iJevouia kennels, Vancouver, 'Devon
Cream," lirst.
H.    Burns,     Vancouver,    "righting
Chance," second.
Hazel P. Foster, "Sunshine Buller,"
I third.
]    T.    \V.    Chard    Lenty,    Vancouver,
'Devon Dandy," V. H. C.
Devonla Kennels, 'Devon Duke,"'V. I ��<
H. C.
Class No.  22.
H,    Bumes,    Vancouver,    "Pightln
Chance," first.
Butter
THE  VERY
I BEST, 35c lb. I
I
;���: Westminster Creamery, g
I '���' Kitson 's
 I New Styles
For summer wear the light  weight materials ar, ���    ;
vantage In these separate Bkirts.    Panamas   voiles
Serges, Taffeta ClotM enter mosl largely into the	
jority of the newest skirts showing in our ready to  ,.,.-
Note these prices and descriptions.
-
and Brown's
P. W. Walsh, Vancouver. "Sunshine ! |   77,p������ ar��� nn /������   , r/n_- |
Buccaneer." second. \p;  mese are all nrst-ctass ,���,
Hazel P. Foster, "Sunshine Buller,' I % ?-**�����/*   /A >.
Panama Cloth Skirts
Pine auallUes in black, navj and brown, made tucked
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring ud A 339.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early, before the
flies c:et in.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
lhird ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
.Mrs. W.   Ii.    Forrest,    Vancouver,
���Terry Boy," V. H. C.
T.   W,   Chard    Lenty,    Vancouver,
"Devon Dandy," V. H. C.
Devonla Kennels, "Devon Duke," V.
H.  C.
Bellow Kenne]
reserve.
Class No. 23.
folds of same material or silk folds- all
. -
sizes,   Each ..$6.50 to $13.50
���*��� ***** %*** *W       ft, \s ��� w
*���: 4
!���; We also have some very !���!
:���; -._,.__ .���:
V.file Skirls
'Warren  Rapper," 1 >J
Beau Brummel," first.
_____________________________________________________    I
F. \V. Welsh, Vancouver, "Sunshln.- ! >$
<____���________________________________________���   1
W .  D.  Bruce, Vancouver, "Ingarte- \}*\
i V
>__
fine Dairy Butter at
30c per pound
Ci. WELSH
stone Kusten," second.
Devonla Kennels,    "Devon Dream,
third.
Devonla Kennels, "Devon Duke," V. j 8
The People's Grocer
>?< P. S.-Wh are still selling the $
fo ������
V
l*< I
11
An excellenl range, of qualities made in serviceable sty]
with trimmings and Colds! of same material,   ribbon   or _i
$8.75 to   *"-*-
 $25.00
Special New Styles in Lustre Skirts
Something entirely dilTennt in these popular skins.   We ha e had
them  made up in better qualities than usually,    the    resuh
skirts with ah the style of higher priced skirts, yel more serviceable
in wear; mosl popular for wearing with shirt waist...     Each   $5.00
 ��� $10.00
IS
���.
:
:
New Things  in
Picture Post Cards
and
Souvenirs
at
J.J. MACKAY y CO,
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
**********zilL	
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\ WEDDING     PRESENTS I
��� Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS?   We have now on ���
��� exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried in the city ���
��� We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all f
��� other lines.
���
A piece of the Pickard Hand-Painted  China  will  make ���
tn.llo    rr-f* TTT���   m_lt    1. __     _._,        _     . W
���   a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.     ���
jw. C. CHAMBERLIN Tl" '������""��� j
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Weigh in Your Mind
the difference between our coal
and others before investing your
cash. Of course it is burning
up money, but you might as
well have as much fire as you
can for it.
The cleanness of our co?l is
one good point. Its free burning
quality is another. Give us your
order and you'll find many more.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED    ���
C ^^^^^^^^_
.Mrs.  W.   M.  Forrest, "Terry  Boy,"
reserve.
Class  Xo.  24.
W. B. Faicheimer, "Ch. Multono-
'   man Blue," first.
F. W. Welsh, "Sunshine Beau Brummel," second.
, W. D. Brute, "Leander Club," third.
Devonla Kennels, "Devon Dream,''
V.  il'. C.
W. D. Bruce, ''Ingar-testone Rusten,"
V. H. C.
T. M. McAuliffe, Vancouver, "Mul-
tonomah Boy," V. H. C.
Bellew Kennels, "Sabine Renown,"
reserve.
Class No. 25.
Bellew Kennels, Seattle, "Bellew'*
Blossom,    first.
Chas. Jones, Vancouver, "Queenie,"
eecond.
Class NO. 26;
F. W. Welsh. Vancouver, -Sim-
shine Bubbles,"  first.
Bellow Kennels, "Bellew'a Blossom,"
.��� Becond.
F. W. Welsh, Vancouver. "Aldon
Fashion," third.
R, P. Fursliaw, Vancouver, "Que, 11
of Harem," V. II. C.
li. B. Bell-Irving, Vancouver,
' Vixen," II. C.
C. o. Patterson, Vancouver, "Bol-
lews' Bram.,ler," reserve.
Class No. 27.
F. W. Welsh, Vancouver, "Sunshine
; Bubbles," lirst.
Bellew Kennels, "Devon Nell," sec- |
; 011(1.
W. B. Feicheinrer, Portland, * Mui-
lonomah Dark Crold," third.
F. W. Welsh, Vancouver, 'Aldon
Fashion," V. H.  C.
Mrs. T. B. Chappel, Epwortli, B.C.,
' Spider," reserve.
Class a\To. 28.
W. B. Feichejnier, Portland, "Mul<
tonomah Blue Girl," first.
F. W. Welsh, "Sunshine Rubbles,"
1 second.
Bellew Kennels, "Wandeo Ruffles,"
third.
Bell.w Kennels, "Sabine Fallas," \7.
II. C. '
Mrs. T.  B,  Chappel, "Spider," 11. (},
Wire Haired Fox Terriers.
Class No. 2'.).
11.     Barnes,     Vancouver;
Chance," first. ^^^^^_
Mrs.   p.   Shallcross,   "Safiorman,1'
���second.
W. D. Bruce, Vancouver, "Oarsman," third.
Gordon Stuart, Vancouver, "Mal-
chick," V.  H.  C.
W. D. Bruce, "Topmaster," reserve.
very best Navel Oranges at $
S      25c per doz. $
Venetian Skirts
NOTICE
In all shades of brown, navy,  cardinal, green and black, ,
features of these skirts are that they are  all   tailor    made, si
throughout with silk; bound,1 and materials are shrunken !
ing up; newest styles shown in  all sizes from 22 to .'ll Inch waisU,
Each    $5.50 to $15,00
A meeting of the Liberal i jf
��� I      Ft.
Association will be held in
the Liberal Club rooms,
Thursday, May 14
at 8 p. m.
J. W. MacDonald,
President.
W. J. Cunningham,
Secretary.
W.S.Collister&C
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
IS_MW____
TAe LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, May 15th
Vancouver Dramatic Company
���Presents���
"Charley's Aunt"
Box office now ojK'n at Ryall's drug
store.
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c, and $1.00.
'Bare
R, MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etr.
K (pairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges, Phone \ ."77
Front St. New Westminster
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ElUrd Block, New Wettmlntter, B. C.
Time Is Money���Don't Travel, Just Talk
TENDERS WANTED
WESTMINSTER -CHILLIWACK   RAILWAY
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, May 18th
1908, at 12 o'clock noon, for the clearinfl, grading, etc., of the first section'
12 miles, New Westminster to Cloverdale, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to 5 per cent, of amount of tender must accom-
pany all bids.
Specifications and all other Information can be obtained at my office.
V    The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
1   May 4, 1908.
CHAS.   GARDEN,   C. E.
B. C. Electric Railwsy Co., Ltd., We��..air ster Ave., Vancouver, B. C.
see-eeeee-l
BUY  YOUR
CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
^^^^|  -^=rRoivi us
WE   DEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN   INFANTS'  AND   CHILDREN'S   AP
PAREL.    Purchase here and get something*different from the rest.
On all purchases of $5 and over  we  will   refund  your   (return)
fare.
INFANTS' OUTFITS OUR SPECIALTY
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
NOTICE
ROBSON  and GRANVILLE
All city cars pass our store.
m**-m*.<*>**~*>**~mt* ..._. ���
VANCOUVER
Sixth Street Sewer Assessment
Take notice that the Council has
appointed Wednesday, the 20th day
of May, 1908, at 10 o'clock ln the forenoon, at the City Hall, New Westminster, as a time and place for holding
a Court of Revision to hear appeals
against Assessments made under the
provisions of the Local Improvement
By-law.
NOTICE.
Tenders fer Building Fisheries Cruiser
for British Columbia.
The time for receiving tenderB foi
the British Columbia F*hery Oral"
will  be extended from the First
May until the First of June next.
 I F. GOURDEAU,
City Clerk, i j^ty M_.i_j.er of Marino aad
City Hall, New Westminster, May 5,. FlEJ
J908. Ottawa, April 22nd, 100S.
W. A. DUNCAN,

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