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 [bite, Shiles & Co.
nRE INSURANCE
^WESTMINSTER, B.C
SPECIAL   MAY   DAY   NUMBER	
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16    PAGES1'"       MAY i. 1908
,ibER ion.
& Co
f?EAL ESTATE
Phone 85
266 W/*.      *��,
   ''lb.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.   FRIDA^   H( H.N1NC.  .MAV   1,  1908.
l'KN  CENT*. - "
EKK.
HlBKtU TO PIAY    ORAfT OP GAS BYLAW  |
fORTHE MINTO CUP| PREPARED POR COUNCIL
Ihamrocks' Right to Posses- j New Company Offers to Sup-;
,sion of Mug Disputed by I    ply Light und Fuel Every-!
foster Team. where Within City Limits, j
THE   MAY  QUEEN
Westmin
jsno�� up to the Shamrocks to
Blether mej are willing to meet
|, -jVestmlnBtei
lor todaj
L club will  b<
"I will nol Bupport t'ne granUng of |
a franchise to any company that will
���outer into competition with the city
electric llgh*i business; II this cum-.
panj will content itself witb supplying
Kiiti for power .-ind healing pm-poses, I
team   for the Minto
the   challenge  of  the
sent   through   the
ffo In obedience to the desires o.j and not toi   lighting,  then l   telleve
Wfstniinf' r   club   .us   expressed! that ll would be a good thing tor thi
\ reMlullo.. passed by the execu-1 ���'������>'���     '''"'�� *-�� the statement made'
V evening-   While it is for thej''     M"";   ''   :'   *������"'   "���'��� ���"i  <�����
Ut6._ of the cup io say  when and|
|L the game shall  be played, the!
Isolation aslts that the game  be  in1
. East at 'he onc' n' -'une.
the requefcl of the Royal City Gas Im-'
provemenl  Co., Ltd.,  recently  lucor-!
porated, asking for a franchise from;
the city council.
Thy proposals of the company will
��� The reason    for this   is   that    tiro
llied-i'-'. of games in the coast league
t_.il not be  greatly    Interfered
IH   Two games  are  scheduled  for
Lfnr the local dub, both with Vic-i flll wh(.,1ler th(, Ili;, , .
Itia, and thej expect to be able to  ^ statement
of the News.
be   before the council  at  their    next'
meet ng, and a copy of  h Ir diaft bylaw has been seen by a representative!
���Vs it stands it is doubt-;
according  to
 ,  will give It  his    sup- I
. port,  fot* part of the wording is "th*.
company may  at any time enter  into
any contract with any person or cor-l
poralion for furnishing gus for   .any
j puriins.. in any private or public build-
I ings."
���    A concession that is made   in   the
| by-law is that the rates shall not ex-
. c.-'d  J1.75  per  1000    cubic    feet    for
lighting, and %\.z:, for all other pur-
, poses.
L a second team in the field to
Wr these matches. So far, there
Eileen no invitation received from
Jlpry. to play at ihe Dominion fair,
, jo arrangements have been disked. A committee of three, Messrs.
|HiiI.r."oii. Peele nnd Ryall, was apple, to confer with Mayor Keary
M arang.- all the details for the
Hero trip   reporting   back   to   tne
���ctitiv. at a meeting next Thursday
timt ���	
I; i resenl   as  though  two
1     ;-;r _.:��_.::;::< police photect hishup
Kitemiitc nl Bryson,    both    home'
brer..   Uryson has su  far given no
m h nding  In   his  stick,
r - ., ' probably he In tl -j.
C . in tva mm, Man-!
.������ i.    _ :. ,;. ,. statei thai  the
iiii.i .....
������,..���        ......   yjgts, and ho has
tlie two men who
ft *.. i;    has  a   goo I   idea
there when the call
tlii   fight.
I ���
commi'.h.
You must wake and call me early, call   me early,  mother dear;
Tomorrow 'ill be the happiest time of all the glad New-year;
Of all the glad New-year, mother, the  maddest   merriest  day;
For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May.
There's many a black black eye, they say, but none so bright as mine;
There's  Margaret and  Mary, there's   Kate and  Caroline;
But none so fair as little Alice in all the  land they say,
So I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother,  I'm to be Queen o' the  May.
I sleep so sound all night, mother, that  I  shall   never wake,
" you do not call me loud, when the day begins to break:
But I must gather knots of flowers, and buds and garlands gay,
For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May.
Little Effie shall go with me to-morow to the green.
And you'll be there, too, mother, to see me made the Queen;
For the shepherd lads on every side 'ill come from far away,
And I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, |-m to be Queen 0. the May.
The honeysuckle round the porch has wov'n its wavy bowers,
And  by the meadow-trenches blow the faint sweet cuckoo flowers,
And the wild marsh-marigold shines  like fire in swamps and hollows ' gray,
And I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May.
The night winds come and go, mother,   upon  the  meadow-grass,
And the happy stars above them seem to brighten as they  pass;
There will not be a drop of rain the whole of the live-long day,
And I'm to be Queen o* the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May.
All the valley, mother, 'III be fresh and green and still,
And the cowslip and the crow-foot are over all the hill',
And the rivulet in the flowery dale 'ill merrily glance and play,
For I'm to be Queen o' tHe May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May.
So you must wake and call me early, call me early, mother dear;
To-morrow 'ill   be the  happiest time of all the  glad   New-year;
To-morrow 'ill be of all the year the maddest merriest day.
For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother. I'm to be Queen d' the May.
���Tennyson.
FIGURES TELL OF BIG   AGED PREACHER STARTS
INCREASE IN CUSTOMS   ON A LENGTHY TRAMP
Fifty Per Cent Increase in .Forty Thousand Mile Voy-
Returns as Compared With'    age Undertaken by Seven-
Last Year's Showing.
ty-Year-Old Pastor.
Hale, hearty and strung in spile of
his 75 years of age, possessed of indomitable pluck and energy, a fluent
speaker and brilliant lecturer deeply
versed In biblical history, aud at present  starting out on  a    40,0(10    mile.
FROM MURDEROl'S KOREANS
TM MAV DArS JOYFUL MORN
USHERH) IN BNT AND CLEAR
Month after month the figures of
tho customs business of the city increasingly show tlie rapidity and
stability of the growth of Westminster's trade, Comparisons with the
returns of former years never fall to tramp around tiivj world, Kev. W. B.
impress  the  visitor  who gives  them  G��dhy,    D.D., .VI.A., Ph.D.,    known
study, forecasting! as they    do    thei from end to eml of thiB continent aa
,    ...    ... ... ���,        ,    /"The  Old  Kentucky  Preacher,"    will
���brilliant future of Hie city.    Year by I _A__*.  ,M_  .i.     * _.       !.
I reach  this city tomorrow    and    will
. year, the customs returns, as well as. niake a short stay here, preaching ix*
j returns  In  other  departments,    foavei tlie   city   mission   room   on   Eighth
heen a source of wonder even to thei s,reet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and   on
citizens, and 1907 proved to be far ln 1 Sunday ut "  a'm" :1  l**ra* and 7:2<>
p.m.
���excess of any before.   That this year      .    ���,,,,,._. ... .  ..
i     In addition to his reputation as   a
would   show   an   increase   of   50   per, m-eacher, Dr.  Oodby is an author of
[ rent, all round, was, however, scarce-1 some   repute, having   recently   com-
ly anticipated, yet this is what hap-  pleted thc translation of a nuWber of
Some mouths have even ex-
tha*    percentage.      For    the , ,,. ,    ,
mentary published some time ago. He
month of April, the amount of duty  ,a tht, aulhor of flbout forty different
collected was $21,182.11. Other reve-, honks, the majority dealing with re-
nues     amounting to $.19.50 brought ligious subjects.
the total up to $21,001.61 For April, ��� After spending some time on th��
1907, although the figure was then Pacific coast, the septuagenerian
considered a record, the receipts were] preacher will start for Japan, where
he  intends  spending several  months.
Thence  he  will  travel    to  Australia,
pened
i eedei
old Hebrew works, which he has in-
I corporated in a New Testament corn-
only  $14,446.07,  thus  showing an
crease  for  Ihis  year  of  $7,0r>">.0j
In-
or
50 (per cent.
TWO MINERS CRUSHED
BENEATH TONS OE ORE
China, Africa, India, Asia and Europe,
where he may remain about a year.
It is only a few months since tils
venerable pastor completed a '.0,000
mill, tour of this continent.
Sau   Francisco,   April    _ (.-"-Wi .... 1
that ti numbi r   of Koreans   i.i    San
.., after the Minto cup   Francisco were preparing to assas in-.
''   '*'   -il" aoD--V-e '��� ���,,:i" ''"* "''*.
| Karris upon    bis    arrival    here   this
' morning on the   Pacific    mall    l'.flerj
I
Prospects For Complete Success of Today's Glorious Celebration Leave Nothing to Be Desired    Children Are
Eager For Commencer lent of Festivities.
Da
with   all   its   promise   of   to   bring
them in  a  special  car,
bearing
the
Korea  from  the Orient, Surveyor    ol fun   and   enjoyment   for   the   citizen;-   committee   bearing   the  expense,   but
,;,   , .r   v,,,..   Wastmlnstai-   nnrl   mora.   e^,���_,.       Hit*   OfflC.als   Wel'6   forced   to   I*efUSe   On
tvas appointed to meet  the Port Woodward, accompanied by a tt *<*��  wc.tminstei and more espec-
.<_>.-_ , . _   ,      ,    ..    v a _ ii    r      ._        _..i .i       j .       tlle  same  grounds   as  in  the  former
appointed  hv  Hie ci /   number ot other federal attaches and .ally   lor  tlie children, the    day    for.        ..
.... i application     the     committee,    mav,
moil to disru.s the. proposed change   members of the local police force, metjlWDicn ehey have   been    waiting    for'
ltlie locati.it) of the
i Queen's park.
dressing  room ( tire  .steamer upon  its .appearance    in ,.... a _���<.,..-   hag Qome ftt -agt_    NoJ to   ^  ^
, however,   bring   the  orphans   in  rigs
j port,  and,  placing  the  divine  aboarll
Tlie tickets for the season's league, the revenue cutter Golden Gat
lis removal to Oakland
crary  during  the    morning
could   the   prospects  be   much   better,' and   take   chances   on   finding   them
Phoepix, B.C., April '.',0���Two miners
im., a ten*.ble death last Sunday afternoon, the result of a cave-nn at the
Granby mines The victims, Christopher Mar'in, aged 45 and Kingsley
Smilli, a young Englishman, were
working on the 300 foot level when
the cave-in occurred. Tons and tons
of ore rock crashed down upon them
without an instant's warning. Martin
leaves a widow only 16 years of age.
Smith was unmarried..
ANARCHIST EXCLUSION
BUREAU IS FORMED
Reds Will Be Worried hy
Special Department Created to Cope with the Pests.
Tin
une. are now [printed     and, [Herb
follis waitin    patiently for the big
sh to hand over the long ones and
*ta their cards.     Be,ley   than  ever
in might well he the motto of the
l!". for they   are   there   this   year
"tb more .peed than ever, and   the
pfket holders will  get  their money's
Wh many tines over.* Two  dozen
toes are scheduled  for the seit"-*.!
nmraenrinir with  the  match  anfalnsf|   ^
I Maple Lijafij Qn May 25.    Season
picket!
pilar
f from the ���**,Vf.,ary,  H.  Ryall,  OT
.New York, April 30. ��� Robert
Walchorn, commissioner of immigration of the port of New York, now on
his way home from Europe, wlll short-
caused ,
for as the News goes to press a clear. *'oon- ����� ll��e regular cars to the park.   GERMAN  SEAMAN  KILLED
,i m of th.- government offi-! unclouded sky heralds the dawn and!     As soon as the parade, reaches thej ,    BY EXPL03ION OF A MINE; !>' resign, it is said, to   become   tha
. day of brilliant sunshine. | _wk, '"e coronation of the -May Queen j   head of a new bureau in the d-ej-fert-
clals  came in   response
from Washington.
to a  request presages
FOCUSSED RAYS START
��oon, a matter of a few hours only.l wU1 *ake l,lace on tne h>rge platform
and the centre of attraction will be,' ere^ed in the centre of the oval, when
! the library square where the big par-1 the e*-queen, Miss Annie Tidy, will
nde is to be formed, prior to wending  c,own  '-ler  successor  .Miss   Kathleen
Its   way  along  Columbia   street,   audi Uashwood-Jones  with a
PIDF  IM TArilM A  QTflBF *radually   ascending   the  hill   by   the1 lowers, the ceremony ending In   the
llllL  III   lAW-Hl/l ��IWIII_ jfjregen,. to the Park> wnere the crown., pretty .May pole dance.   Speeches will
_ ||ng of  the  new  May  Queen  will   be' be Si ven by tbe May Queen and   her,
ment of commerce and labor,ffffeM���
will be known as "the anarchist exclusion branch."
It is to be established with the object   of   working   co-operation   with
from the battleship to experiment in! Buropean governments to prevent the
the blowing up of obstructions in   the: cominS of anarchists to tnls country.
Kiel, April 30.���Two seamen of thei
German battleship Klsass were killed!
,atnl six others were wounded here to-,
coronal    of (lnv as tne result ot ,ne exiPtosi-an of;
[Witnessed by thousands "of young and! predecessor,  after  which    the   chiefi WiltOT
aeomfl, April 30.-The sun's W'Vm   alike. ""'"  ""     '"" "= """    '*""
.. 1 ______       Uniifl     j-if  ������
m   h"tlt i^b��l,    ^ 'amber colored water Ifl a Sixth avenu !We8tmIn8ter   wno   poSBlbly   oan,   w,l.
feature of the day being ended,   thei
lit
membajf .��.  the executive.
Jope Has Slight Cold.
w, Vpril   :',o���Kxaggerated   re-
I ."IB .are being circulated  regarding
icss nf the pope, who is mere-
from a sight cold.   This
even Interrupted! the giving of
'"''"'.   those    recelve<l    recently
|��>iraheiinct _,.,.���,.,,, uiouaands.
Ron-.r
fftft 0
Pb, Illness
'rsuflprlii'..
-* Hot
'adiene
drug store today set flre to a curtain.j bg pregent at the celebration is a fore
For a few minutes clerks   and   pro
Commissioner of Immigration North..
of San Francisco, recently looked over
tbe immigrant clearing house on Ellis **
sports committee will take control of  boys' brigades will be dined by 8. G. j ^^ flnd ft ,g rnmored ^ he ,s ^
events, and races and games of   alll Tidy at the Knights of Pythias hall,
descriptions will be organized under      The evening will close with a grand |
the direct-on of J. Relchenbach   in all! ball in the agricultural building at the'
tone  conclusion,  but   th~7Te  will also. 	
the ���    .._-._.    .,' _r.    . ���....,.l parts of the grounds, so that all may   park, the master of ceremonies, J. J.
priotor had a sharp fight to got   ���"<-��� j^   nimderds   ot   visitors   from   cverj'j
best of the names, which flared up W>art   oT   the   distrlct and     from    the
suddenly that everyone was taken by, eighborlng   cities  ot   Vancouver   and
yictoria.   So heavy Is the rush to the
Showers of silver   will  Cambridge, leading off the first    set;
.' n-ifVi t-v,_a M.v riiiQan    Between num-
it   required ^  expected   to  be   today   tnat  thd
surprise.
.\fter the ftie was out _^       ^   ^
some time to local"? the cause of the ^ ^ glectric Railway company have
blaze, one of the clerks finally noticing ^^ SiKcM amiligements for the
the focus of light and guessed the h dUag of lhe traftlc and everyj
rest. ,   (/tillable car will be pressed into ser-j
ice. Double headers will run during |
be day on both the lnterurban andj
the city lines.
At one o'clock the first part of the
program will commence, but long be-
ore that honr the library square will
be black with children for the. morning also is a holiday, toll calls only
being the days' curriculum at tho
-schools./ Then will begin the big parade, four bands Including the grotesque hayseeds, playing alternately, the
May Queen with her court and escort
of gallants from the boys brigades,
the Premier and the Mayor and council in rigs, and hundreds of children
in automobiles and rigs of all kinds.
th�� whole marshalled by little Minster
Morrow on his Shetland steed. It is
especially requested by the committee
1 ln charge that the children and all
connected with the parade be on the
spot by 1 o'clock sharp. It had been
hoped by the parade committee to
arrange for special cars to be put on
to carry the children who could not
be accomodated ln the rigs, to the
park, but the B. C. E. R. o|Bcials
found that tjley would be unable to
furnish cars for the purpbse. Another
scheme that the committee had hoped
to successfully carry out, was to bring
the children from the orphanage to
celebration. This may still be done
If arrangements can be mad* thla
morning.   The B. C, IS. R. waa asked
take a part
be scattered' to the youthful crowds' with the May Queen
and candles galore will be given them ' bers, a very pretty costume    dance,
Free automobile rides, in three   largo the Highland Fling, will be given by
several local children.
machines, will be another attraction
to the little ones, for on this da~"the During the cottfae of the ew'tiing, a
child is the despot of the citj, and pretty ceremony will take place, the
pleasure is the business of the king-J '. andlng to Mayor Keary, secretary of
dom over which the May Qneoa reigns.I tho board of managers of the Roya.
YY.ille the games are in progress the Columbian hospital, of a cheque for
boys' brigades of Westminster and the amount of money collected by tho
Vancouver will coiiiiiete for the Sey-J Children's Ward Fund society, to-
mour cup, now held'by the local lads, gether with a letter stating that the
going through an Interesting program amount, in money and kind, of $1200
of drills. I has  been  collected   by   the  members
At 5 o'clock the sports will be con-, for the furnishing of tho children'!
eluded, after which the ex-Queen will ward of twelve cot.s in the hospital,
entertain her successor, maids of i The .announcement wlll also be made
honor and a number of guests to din-1 of the winners In the window dressing
ner at the Russell hotel,   while   tho  competition.
be the successor -of Commissioner
Walchorn, whose term will expire next
year. Commissioner Walchorn has-
been in conference with Foreign Minister Tlttoni, in Rome, on the subject
of anarchists and was also received;
by the pojie. **
'     ' "     "i
MINNESOTA EDITORS TO
VI8IT WESTEBI** (CANADA
During the month of July western.
Canada will be visited by 175 mem--
bers of the Minnesota Newspaper. aa��-
sociation.    This  is  x highly    repre--
sentatlA��p body and has always kept in i
close touch with conditions in. west--
ern Canada,    ln 189S a large mu-ber
of these members made* a trip -..rough i
the country and their articles', published in Minnesota papers bad-la wy*
considerable    influence    in   bringing
settlers from that state.
J. Cambridge, Master of Ceremonies, May Day, IM*
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P.AGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FHi0^, may 1
HOW THE FBI MAY DAY       !
FESTIVAL WAS CELEBRATED
Interesting Extracts  From  Mainland  Guardian of 1870
Shows That Festival of That Date Was Worthy Forerunner of Present Day Imposing Celebration -
Judge Howay's Souvenir Booklet
Issued.
F    """""""���������
Sunlight Soap | Re{clle
���'���e-e-e-** ���aa_��� ���^���i       ____________ ____________H     >u x      ��ik_��    ~aa>* 	
Sunlight  Soap contains nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
In accordance with an offer made to and should the weather provo favor-
Jlie May Day committee several
weeks ago by his honor Judge Iioway,
who volunteered to prepare a souvenir
booklet of the May Day festival in
which would be embodied a large
amount of IntUTHsting data extending
back to the first May Day celebration
ever held in this city, ,a neatly gotten
up booklet will today be distributed
among those entitled to receive the
same, either on account of their long
association with thc celebration or be-
-cause of the keen interest they have
taken in the 1D0S event.
As the number of copies "issued is
limited, the following extracts from
the Mainland Guardian of 1S70, dealing with the preparations for, and
celebration of, the initial May Day in
able, a  happy  clay
be the result.
of enjoyment wil.
From the Mainland Guardian, May 4,
1870.
MAY DAY���Owing lo tbe inclemency of the weather, the May Day
celebration was postponed till today,
when if the clerk of the weather is in
good humor and Old Sol deigns to
preside on the occasion, our citizens,
old and young, will have a good time.
From the Mainland Guardian, May 7,
1870.
MAY DAY���Old Sol got up on Wednesday morning, rather "hazily, as if
he had a "drop in his e.\e," but as
Dick Sswiveller would say, the "old
man was agreeable," and looked down
with   a   sort  of  quiet  smile   till   the
this province will prove interesting to amusements of the day were over
the large number of people who will At an early hou��� the tQc_.n S0lmded
not receive the souvenir booklet:       ; from  the Hvack towe_,  and the cfJ
Extract from the Mainland Guardian,
April 27, 1870.
MAY DAY���Our citizens, as will be
seen from the advertisement, have
arranged to celebrate May Day, and
from what we learn, will provide entertainment after the true old English
style for old and young. In a case
like this we go in for confederation,
as only that will produce the joyous
inllnence of the holiday. Under the
spell of bright eyes and hearty laughter union may follow. Let everybody
be thare.
.Advertisement of first May Day. From
The Mainland Guardian, April 27,
1870:
MAY  DAY.
"Everybody and his wife and family
and suburbs were awakened to a
state of busy preparation. In due
course the Hyacks began to assemble
resplendent In red shirts, black pants,
caps and belts; their band meanwhile
enlivening the precincts of the Hall
with merry strains. About noon the
lovely damsel who had been "chosen
by the people for a Queen," made her
appearance, and was quickly enthroned on the Hyack machine, the "Fire
King," amidst wreaths of ribbons and
flowers, looking a very "Faerie
Quee.ne." The band then took the
lead, and the Hyacks, under the superintendence of Capt. Fisher and Chief
Engineer Johnston, formed in marching order, and the [procession starred
for the cricket ground; the sides of
the road being lined with people, old
��� Boys' Straw Hats   '
! 10c, 25c, 35c, 75c
Boys' Linen Hats
50c, 60c, 75c and 85c
I Boys' Telescope Felt Hats
I $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
I Boys Caps, in endless variety
" 25c, 35c, up to 75c
Just the thins for May Day
w Boys' Blouses      Boys' Shirtwaists
1 IN   ALL   THE   NEW   DESIGNS
1 HllpS, Wardrobe Clothier
v:
land young, wending their way to the
���are invited to the Cricket Grounds on game point. When the procession had
Monday, the 2nd of May, to celebrate j arrived on the ground, the Hyacks
May Day. | encircled    the   May-Pole.     A    nicely
Luncheon  will  be  provided for all,! decorated   throne   had    been   erected
All kinds of games; music and danc- for t'no "Queen," and in a short time
ing on the green, etc., etc. j was occupied by that august lady: the
The sports will commence at 12 attendant maids' of honor were placed
o'clock." i in two  rows.    The vast  assemblage
having  formed  a  wide  circle   round
.From  the   Mainland   Guardian,   April > thrs centre of attraction,  W.  J. Arm-
30, 1870. strong,  Esq.,  J.  P.,  President cf  the
MEETING OF FIREMEN���A meet-1 of the Municipal Council,then addressing of the Hyacks took place yester- j ei a short speech to Her Majesty,
d_y, when it was resolved to turn out|cxPIanator.v of the future acts of her
on Monday next (May Day), when thejreisn- Meanwhile a forlorn-looking
engine would te decorated,' and the!obJect- w'bo was stated to be the "old-
firemen were expected to appear injesf bachelor" present, wa. made to
uniform. Three of the members werei Place the crown on the fair young
delegated to confer with the May Day!head- that waited to receive it.   The
Committee, on the subject of selecting
a "May Queen."
"From   the   Mainland    Guardian,   April
30, 1870.
unfortunate man muttered some words
which our reporter did not think
worth while to take note of; hut we
(Continued on page 2.)
I
MAY DAY���As our readers will per-j 	
ceive  by  the   report   of  the  Hyacks, IA Hardman.    A.James,   j. McClughan
they   have   determined   to   celebrate'
May Day in a becoming manner.   The)
engine will be handsomely decorated,!
and  drawn   by  four horses,  will   be'
conveyed to the Cricket Ground.    Mr.
Sco".t has preparer! a number of very
handsome   balloons   which   will   be  a
great    feature    iu    the    amusements.
Altogether we can promise the lieges
.*] day of thorough enjoyment.
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
"Its Turned Bad!''
This will be the constant complaint of many careworn housewives in
New Westminster this summer. Is it going to be yours, Reader ? Why not
study economy this summer by keeping your foodstuffs in a handy sized
refrigerator, and not to deliberately throw away your money by allowing
the heat to turn good food into unwholesome and distasteful rubbish. Why
not always have the food crisp and tasty, both for yourself and your guests?
To counteract the effects of heat by a modern convenience is the true and
practical economy. Why not call and fee us about an inexpensive -ft-
frigerator ? We have both the galvanized and poreclain lined in great
variety.
And say, isn't it time to think abcut Fly Netting, Mosquito Doors and
Window  Screens.
Now, we shall be pleased to see you and to cheerfully show you the
good*, whether you buy or not
r. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
COLUMBIA STREET
From  the  Mainland  Guardian, May 4,j
1870,
"MAY DAY DECORATIONS���It is
very pleasant to see our Citizens joining so heartily ln tho taskfof preparing the decorations for the celebration of this universal fete, as they
were on Saturday. Old and young,
great and small, assembled at the
Cricket Ground to assist in erecting
itbe booths formed of green boughs;
;the Marrjuee, tent, flag-staff and May
Pole, which now give that beautifully
situated piece of ground an appearance worthy of the olden time. The
May Pole is charmingly decorated
with wild flowering currant, and bears
a crown of flowers at the top, surmounted by the cross of St. George.
Thla and the rustic booths w��re
designed and erected under the r.nipcr-
fntendence of Mr. J. T. Scott, to whom
they ilo infinite credit A splendid
-flag-staff and a number of tall poles
.bearing flags have also Icon set up,
which give quite a gay appearance to
'the scene The Hyacks have not been
idle; their fine machine Is decorated
a3 gaily as a bride prepared for her
nuptials; this last wns accomplished
_.y Mr. Hugh Waters, who 1ms performed his task in n manner worthy
���of all praise. The arrangements lnve
all been carried out to an extent fully
:ip to the most sanguine expectations,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
one (1)  month from tho date hereof I
application    will    be    made    to   the
Qovernor-in-Council    under    Chapter
116 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,1
j 1906, for approval of plans of a bridge j
to be constructed by the Victoria Ter-1
minal  Hallway  and  Ferry    Company |
over the Serpentine river on the line
of the said company's railway between
Blaine ,and Olivers in the Province of
British  Columbia;   and  also  for    approval of plans of a bridge to be constructed    Ly   the   Victoria   Terminal
Hallway and Ferry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of the said
company's railway between Blaine and
Olivers In the said Province of British
Columbia.    Plans of each of the said
bridges  and  descriptions  of  each  of
the sites thereof have been deposited I
with  the   Minister  of   Public   Works,
and In the Land Registry   Office   at!
New  Westminster,   British   Columbia. I
Dated   this  1st  day of  April  A.D.,
1!>08.
A. H- Mac N KILL,
Solicitor for the Applicants.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel. 16.
O. E. Gilley���Tel. 2��1
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS. IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, Bl C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburi* Pr****-i,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick, Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Pay me this amount and $15 per
month and 1 will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
COMPANY, i~~T
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
RUTCHE
COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101   '
******** i
Phone 101
��� ********************
J
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 ana run: .;)lendid|
soil and good water.    Price $1200.   Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCEl
GOAL! COA
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTONI
P. O. Box 3<*5
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  - NEW MI
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tim** door* from  Gm. Arnam., Ctoemr
Ladles'Gold Watches trom $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the WeHman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml. warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewoiry. tne.. etc.
Watch repairing; ettarges reason
able.
CanadianPacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May 4th   to    18th,
June 5th, 6th, 19th and SOtSa.
Toronto and return   $ 94.40
Montreal aad return   108.50
Halifax and return    135.1*0
Chicago and return      72.50
tit. Paul and return     60.00
Winnipeg and return      60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply "
ED. doULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt, Vancouver.
P. PEEBLES t*
270 Cohimbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon* 307 J
**********************' A *****************ij*imJ+
R, MILES & CO.
Ptomb'-rs, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, [ft.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377
Front St. New Westminster
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster, B.C.
BOOKl.NG TO   AND   FROM
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD  COUN'Tj
CAN RE ARRANGED AT THIS
FICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empw
May 1st. ^^~
For other dates and  particular^
apply to.
ED.  OOULET,
C. P. R- A.-1
Northen
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv    ���
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low*"*1
Quick Time. Excellent SO
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St P^
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets oa sale   toi
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   R��>"-a
Rate,  to  Southern   CsMfomiJj
For fulll Information call on or   -<j
C. E. LANG, General Agent, i
430 Hastings St., Vancou"*W
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland.
| The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractor'
New Westminster M^ca
Ho. 646,
*���-
a-      ADVERTIS    *
- IN -
THE      DAILV     ����
FOR BIG RESULTS' May Day Needs
wi ..    ,oll u,o wee tots*,lay tor lack of something De.
,eaI, perhaps it is a new bonnet or hal or it may be a new
* M or skirt or something iu underwear ot hosiery.
uv,,.,.,. thr.m all, and tht-  prices are such  thai one eoulu
Only �� few of which we have Bpace  enough to tell
out.
y< ���
Bonnets���Fancy tucked omslin from 25c up
Bonnets- .-t.-Hsh embroidery   and   ribbon   trimmed;    from
50c up-
Wash Hats���Embroidery, lace or ribbon    trimmed;    from
75c UP-
jack Tar  Hats���From 50c up.
white  Dresses���For  tho   tiny   tot;    embTOldery   trimmed;
from 90c u?.
white  Dresses���For girls all ages; from $1.25 up.
Dainty Colored Dresses���In ail sizes ana prices.    Call and
,.jil he pleased to show you.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Golumbia Street
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
ih,
ROYAL BANK ofCANADA
nvit, - you to join the large number ef satisfied Depositors,
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
I  ���     ir money where it Is accessible when you requin   it.
BANKING HY MAII. A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
itm-Nstbb Branch.      p.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
B. C. Mills, i iiBDer a
fading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deaier* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENJION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
����__��-������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
fad-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
| HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
|B- E. WALK Kit. President ALEX.  LAIRD. General  Manager.
A GENERAL BANKI.NG   BUSINESS'tRANS.-U.TED.
,. FARMERS' BANKING.
I very facility  afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
"shed or taken  tor collection.
BAN'Kix ;   ny   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
I   ���**town ai  ounts receive every attention.
NEW WK8TMIN8TER BRANCH���H. R. DAVID80N. Manager.
m
True  Art Clothes Talk
Delow is the name ef Canada s leading
���rand of up-to-date ready for s.rvic?
clothes.
As in all lines nf business there are
many ether makes of clothing quit.
worthy of their claim, and thsre ar?
many that ar< nst.
"FASHION-CRAFT"    deth_s   ar_
not mads to enter csmpetltien, but they
are made to appeal te these whe are-
sefking for a high class articlt at any
price.
They are made fer that case of
emergsney whire a dress suit is wanted
in a hurry and the VERY VERY b��st
required.
Irreproachably well tailored
DRESS suns
from $30.
H. L DeBECK
New W.stminstsr.
I
I
I
A Priceless Asset
A   gOOd   set  Of  teeth       (< ;.  :.    :������      .:.    \y    to
one's health and happiness, They add much
to tiie appearance and more to the digestion,
Xeglecl is the only cause tot the loss ot
teeth. Come to us NOW, before i: Is 'too
late.
READ   OUR    PRICES
_THEY  NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth      $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns        $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
B
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A PROTECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
I
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W.f Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m.
Phone   2229
Grand Trunk Ry. COOKSLEY'S
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO:
���;L0UR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster,
Telephone 333.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,       j
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
! ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim �� Tables, etc., adOrcss
GEO. W. VA'JXh
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 .Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
itock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
.'hone A..G91-. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling  Alley,  Pender St..
, VANCOUVER
Afent  for  Messrs. Samuel Ms.   *
| Co., Taint*'to.
Well Known
Souvenir
HOW THF. FIRST HAY l)A.
FESTIVAL WAS .ELEBHATEU
paniments;   to  all   of   whioh   ample
Justice was done.
During the afternoon a partj of gay
maskers (four ladies and four gentia-
nieii i came upon the ground, and attar
promenading through the midst of tire
throng, danced a quadrille with great
eclat   They were received with a per-
(Continued from Page Two.)
thought it (he refinement of cruelty
to brie... the poor fellow Into the tecl sll0Ul of laughter, and the pecul-
mlds. oi sueli a group of lovely young '���"' appearance of the ladies" caused
creatures, who must have made his'excesBlve merriment. The ma.so.uers>
miserable condition more glaringly wwe *ery w,'n B��t up and did much
apparent to all. We hope; for the sake to increase the enjoyment of the day.
of humanity, that some kindly dis.
posed young lady will usher him Into
matrimonial bliss ere another May
Queen ascends the throne. The ceremony of the coronation being over,
the ijan.l appropriately Btruck, "Mj
Love Is But a Lassie Yet," after which
a pretty dance around the May pole
ensued, each maid of honor accompanied by a "gladsome swaine" holding a piece of blue, red, or white ribbon attached to t'ne May Pole, In hor
hand. The whole affair was beautifully arranged by Mr. J. T. Scott,
under whose special guidance this
portion of the amusements rested;
and the scene, novel in its character
Mr. .1. T. .--> -on Bern <>ff several ot
his balloons; onl} oue however traveling to any great die'ance, owing to
the wind benlg fl. little too strong.
We have often participated in similar days, hut certainly never assisted at one where the enjoymut was
more universal or more cornpletly.
without alloy. For this haflipy result
we are indebted to the Indefatigable
exertions of Hon, A. T. Bushby and
Messrs W. ,1. Armstrong, W. Fisher,
,1. T. Scott, Dr. Black, Hugh Waters,
W. Johnston, an a number of tithes*
gentlemen, who never relaxed during
tne whole of the day in creating and
stimulating     tlie    amusements.     The
here, will long be remembered by our gentlemen   eonipos.ng   the   fine  band
citizens    As our report will become, a
record,   we   shall   -here    append    the
of   Hyacks,   deserve   great   credit   Tor
their untiring exertions.    From morn-
names of the young indies who formed ,n�� im t1l�� cloBO ot day- thcy comrt
he    heard    discoursing   sweet    music
* grave and gay," furnishing the gi-eat
source of much of the day's happiness
THE ROYAL LINE.
the royal court:
Thc May Queen, Miss Helen Mc-
Coll; Maids of Honor, the Misses M.
Smt!, S, Irving, F. Woods, N. Dickenson, M. A. Edwards, M. M. Lee, M.
Johnston, S. Burr, M. Morey, M. Burr,
��� Black, ��� Musray, ��� Bonson, ���
DeBeck, ��� Walsh, ��� Armstrong, ���
Webster, .1. Harvery, ��� Mussclwhi.e
(The young ladies were, at the close
of  the  amusements,   each   decorated
The following is an interesting lisi
uf the names of the May Queens ainca
the first May Day festival:
Miss McColl (Mrs. Scouller, Vancouver).
Miss Bonson (Mrs. Hoy).
M-,ss   Eickhoff   (Mrs.   Keary).
Miss .M. Scott.  (.Mrs. Kelly).
Miss .1.  Harvey  (Mrs. G. Turnbull.}.
Miss   Irvine   (Mrs.   Spencer).
Miss Johnston  (Mrs.  C. Warwick).
Miss aMorey  (.Mrs.  Insley Brown).
Miss     Josephine     Eickhoff    (Mrs.
Wllllams (Mrs. C. __.
with the order of the "Gold Star," attached to a blue ribbou, by Capt.
Fisher, or the Hyacks).
After tl^is the assemblage [proceeded
to   engage  in   the   various   sports   In!
different   portions    of   the   extensive  l.eishman).
grounds.    The little ladies and gentle-      Miaa   Maude
men   of   tender years  formed   a   tre- Welsh),
mendous circle by joining hands and      Miss Maggie Rogers  (dead.)
playing   kiss in   the   ring;   the   more|    Miss    Florence    Hubbard   (addii   I
matured  young ladies and gentlemen'unknown).
sought   the   delights   or    the    "mazy     Miss Gertie McBride (Mrs.,Allison).
dance." Mlsa Mamie Wise (Mrs. Mackenrot).
Dr. Black played lhe part of the tra-      Miss   Vnnle Turner (Mrs. Grant).
ditional  "Bill  Stigglns,'  and dealt out      Miss   DolTie   .Mead   (Mrs.   F.   S.  Do
"three sticks for a  bit" with all  the  Grey).
droller)   Imaginable,    lie wore an ex-       Miss    May    Douglas    (Mrs.    T.J.
(client  imitation of a celebrated edi-  Lewis).
torial    white   castor,   which    elicited:    Miss Helen Ross (Mrs. W. C. Cham-
shouts    of    laughter.    Although    the berlin).
players were not always successful j Miss Maud Hatherly (Mrs. W. Gif-
in   knocking   off   the   prizes from   the ford)
slicks the funds of the committee of' Mlsa McPhadden (Mrs. <;. Wood).
management received a very hand- Miss Emily Gardiner (Mrs. Stat*,
iQjvie addition trom this source. Vam ouver).
Long   tables   were   ranged   beneath      M'ss Gladys To*toisend (Mrs. Turn-
the shade of the rustic boothV where ier,  Nelson),
the substantials were profusely spread     ���Mlss   Beryl  Briggs.
and where everybody and his wife and'    Miss Qfirtia Moncjlef <Mrs.C'nnnon)
family   regaled   themselves     free     of;     Miss Dijrothy Thompson (Mrs.Cam-
charge,    A  copious   supply    of   milk cron, Vancouver),
and cakes were provided for the juv-j    MiKS  Ella Cotton.
en'les,  and   viands   in every   form   of
roast   and   boiled,   for   the  elders,  In
, endless   supply,   with   prqper   accom-
SODA
*n
IAI.BRATU0
18 THC BC8T.
E.W.GILLETTffiftfZZ
TORONTO. ONT.
Miss Maggie Gifford,
Miss Ethel Boss.
Miss Alvlna  Munn.
Miss Alexie Ewen.
Miss Alden  Hendry.
Miss Molly  Fletcher
Latham).
, I
(Mrs.   H.   P:
M'ss   Winnie   Keary.
Miss   Manuella  Briggs
Miss Alice McNamara.
Miss .Myrtle Starred.
Miss Annie Tidy. ,
M.'.ss  Kathleen  Dashwood-.lones.
[
This Date in History.
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-;.:t
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamont Cigar Divan
���tar.Advertise the town  we live in  1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards tu your:
friends.
���
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
i for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
White  horse, dawson and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily train* (except
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
express   and   freight   connect   with
j itages at Carcross and White Horse,
! maintaining a through winter service
Fot information apply to
f.   H   ROGER!?. Traffic  Manage!
Vancouver. B. C.
New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF REVISION.
MAY 1.
Legislative union    of    England
and  Scotland  put into effect.
Benjamin H. Lat robe, the architect who llnished the national
capita] ut Washington, bora
in England.
- .The Quebec act became law,
providing for the government
of Canada by governor and!
eo'incll.
Junius   Brutus   Booth,   famopan.
actor, born, Died Nov. 8<L 1fcV_.
���Charles IV. of Spa'n abdioif.-vt
in favor of Bonaparte.
First elevated    trains   run-  aai
Third avenue In    New    York.
city.
1898-r8panlsh  fleet destroyed In    '**���
battle of Manila bay.
1707-
1764-
177"
; 1796.
1 sos ���
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1878-
AUVERTISP IN THF DAILY NEWS.
.Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year lOOS has
been returned to me, nnd remains In
my office, where it may be inspected
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the court
of revision. ,
The first sitting of tbe court of revision on the said assessment roll will
bo held at the city hall, in the said
city, on Monday, the 11th May next,
al 10 o'clock ln 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 betore the first sitting of
the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
"������� Hall, April 7, 1908.
DANCING AT METHODI8T
CONCERT 18 ALLEGED
Toronto, April 30.���Dancing in a
concert under the auspices ot ti**
Methodist church Is a matter whieJi
has caused considerable heart-barn-
lng among a large section ot U_��
church.
At a festival of the lilies given at
Massey hall Easter Monday, a -IwBce
was given by a number of tbe glvla,
whose ages averaged sixteen years, to
which exception has been taken on
account of its theatrical tendeneiea.
Persons accustomed to visit theatWa
at the performance, said It was ia
every detail a ballet dance pure a*rfl
simple. .'
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fabrics that the world's best looms |
produce. My present stock of spring |
and summer woolens cannot be stir- |
passed-    Your inspection invited.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opiiosite the Post Office.
NEW WESTMINSTER,        ���        B. C.
"This Is My 57th Birthday"
Ermete Novelli.
Brm< te Xorvelli, the noted Italian actor who toured America last    &
year, was born .May 1, 1S51, in .he province of "Tuscany.   Though he   3
made, his stage debut when eight    years   old, he    hud    reached    his
twenty-fifth year before he had gained any  considerable    imputation
as an actor.   In his early career he    profited    by  his  experience    in    .;
minor parts In the company of many of Italy's most famous players.
���By ISSli Novell! had begun to rank among the prominent actors of his
own laud, and his tours extended into Spain, South America, Austria,
Egypt, Germany and Russia.   In 1898 he achieved the height of European theatrical ambition and took   Paris by storm.    In  recent years
ho has appeared Successfully in nearly all the large cities of Europe
aud has made several visits to South'America and Mexico.    His first
tragic successes were in "Louis XL," "Hamlet," "Othello,"��� and "The
Merchant of Venice."    His portrayal of Shylock has boen pronounced
by some high critics aa superior to  the  conception  of the same (part
by Edwin Booth and the late Rishard Mansfield.
There's no reason why you
should, buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ���is absolutely pure���and
goes farther.    Get WINDSOR.
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llpany and each made concessions j|
li;: which will be made public today. One,*
_,: .bing tffat has been altered is the X
=ji=jworking time, and the men are bene- a
K fitting by this change.
Spring Su
made to
your measure,
INDIVIDUALITY.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-I the Government is in the same posi-
lisblng Company, Limited, at their | tion as the ordinary business man.
offices, corner of Sixth and Front j Sir Wilfrid Laurier has already said
atreet.] New Westminster, B. C.        i that  any    corrupt    official    will    Be
 ! promptly discharged, and  Sir Wilfrid
E. A. Paige Managing DirectorL^  ^ depended upon  to keep his
' ' word In this respect.
conduct a business involving the ex- CANADIAN   NORTHERN   MEN
pendifure of *100,000,000 a  year and, N0T T0 G0 QN STRIKE
not   lind something to criticize.    The, 	
Government depends upon the honesty,
ami good faith of their servants just,    Winnipeg,   April    :iu.-T*__<*    trouble ceived.
the same as a private individual does
and   should  these fail   in  their duty.
JIBBER STAMPS
11
Ns   mors   mei   of   sending    your j
#   orders to "The other side."    You can
if now get the best rubber stamps, made]
"'of good gum  rubber, on    latest    im- |
proved machinery, by expert workmen,:
and
MADE IN CANADA   j
Mail orders filled same day as re-
Straw
'    Style
Hat
and quality to .
ALL TASTES.
! Panama Hat
<B$jffiffiSgi$i
FRIDAY.  MAY  1,  1908.
Street Cars Made Safe.
between the.  Canadian Northern rail-1
way company and its mechanics has
come to a satisfactory conclusion.    A'
settlement has  been reached between
the men and the officials of the com-
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
made to your orde
$10.00 to $25.00.
A  GOVERNMENT  THAT  DOES   J rarvlc�� commission began    yesterday
THINGS. I tilc work of seeing that the cars   of
tl-e' the traction lines of the city are thoroughly equipped with safety devices,
to the end that the number' of accidents may be reduced. The commission directed all the traction companies to file before May 10 complete
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
capital ... .". ii4,46o,oco.6n
RESERVE    ...      |11,000,000.00
New York, April   30,-The    pUhnC. 5ranche, throughout Canada and Newfoundland', and  ln   London,   England,
I ���
l��
J. Eugene Brown & Co|
tiuthieri afid Haberdashers
i ment of these cars.
Tbat    Canadians    may   reap
greatest benefit from the material advancement    and    prosperity    of    the
country at large, and avail themselves
of their natural advantages ind    opportunities,  the Government has  en-
tered upon great public works in the *l***e>-^* ���' also the number and kinds
general interest.   Railways have been' of gowned and the detailed equip-
���^ssisted, wharfs built, canals "Qeepen-
. 0Q    harbors dredged, and public build-
^gj ^erected, all of this lor the general ai. vantaS,e of tbe people and    to
meet.ifaj"
.rade.
Public mow./ is beins wisely
_iC-T5t(_,   not  to  , ��� ���   "*-"'   *-*"-* |],     v
for tlie benefit of a. " ihe Pe��Ple* This
is the sanest tfisst ol. honest and wise
admlnlgtrAtloo, that ffii
TittEin
New Dominion  Ma|J.    -
r..-.,..I.vmen.s  of  expanding   f0t,taWa'  AprJJ  ::0'-The   department
of the interior has just  published   -a
special edition of a small railway map
CA-       a   _��� . ***
enrich   the  few,   but ��f Canada' Wh'ch in addition to show"
*  distinctive  color  each  of the
great railway systems of the Dominie  money is '��n WltE a11 branches constructed   to
Interest >�����, date' is also a "-*">' mine of informa-
expended  in   -he public .*nteiest ^ tion about the growth to date .��� 0ther
for tho general good. ma���JresPects in western Canada, and ph*.
ibe    Government,     with  flk? man�� ably growth in the future
problems in the older p.ti't of Ca nada.  	
l��   not  unmindful of the.    West.    'The
biffiffiag of the Grand  Tr unlc Pacifl^
is being pushed on with a.'1 PossibIe'
���   speed.    Everything that the    Government can do to further this en   tei'Prise
has been  done,  in    response       to lhe
mandate of the  people  express  -"  iu
the general election of 1904.*
The Dominion is of great extent _,  'Qd
tbfc needs    from  various    points    a.   "e
diversified.    To solve    the    probfem*   '
presented and meet the desires of thai
;>cop:t. from the Atlantic to the Pacific-
.*   She object of the present Govera-
���rif-uf.
In the years to come the result of
wise administration during the growing days will be apparent. What is
done now will bear fruit in the future,
and for that reason the Liberal Government, strong in the possession of
th-e people's confidence, will continue
to administer public affairs equitably,
wisely and well.
This i.eing the case what reason is
there to make changes in th-e administration.'' .The people of the country
are satisfied. There has been'no
breach of faith, nothing to warrant a
withdrawal of public confidence, there.
fore it must be assumed that the
Liberal Government will continue in
Office for many years to come.
It does not appear that the people
want any change.    Nothing could be
improved, no person advantaged (���*__-
OOP. tbe needy politicians) and it will Y),
require something    more    substantial   **'
than  biting sarcasm of    the    Foster
r-yp�� to cause the people to withdraw
��� -_TcfidaDce from   Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier, MB1
and repose it in Foster, Sproule   Hen- U<*\
nett, Fowler, etc. ft^
It is  asking too much    of an    in- RRf
te'lligent people to throw over a Gov-  Ug*
ernment that has done so much, nnd CO
instal in its place untrained and   in- pSj'
���experienced men who have outlined no IfSS
necessary changes in the policy that
.should govern this country, and who
have suggested no improved methods
'tt conducting public business.    Until
something is formulated by the Con-
iervatives to take the place of the en- SH
lightened     policy    which    now    dig- \^*i
____ga_ishes the administration   -"if Sir
Wilfrid   Laurier,   there    will    be   no WS
change made, because there, will    be vU
no* necessity for change.    Before . tlie \\\
people of Canada surrender the Gov- Sf9
ernment they   have,   they   must   be JgM
shown  something   better to take    its Qj
;ilace.    [rho fact that a   few trifling p?3
affairs In the bulk of    the    people's JjW
business may In   susceptible to critic- Qj
ism.  will not  justify a wholesale con-  >Nj
demnation  of  the Liberal iparty or a fesl
reversal of the policy of the Govern- Oj
meat,    >,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in al) Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Depot-its received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per ceDt. per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. .
P. S.���DANDY TIES.
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E want your Grocery orders.    We want to
Rive
satisfaction.     We want to give you goods at
prices.   Note these prices for to-day's selling ;
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
U. D. BRYMNER. Manage
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GASOLINE
ENGINES
RE    I
Corn
Pks.
Starch
for    25c
Seeded Raising
16-OZ. Pks.,   3 for 2f
COWIE
Have proven .to be luperlor to all others In DURABILITY
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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Taylor's Cleanser
3 tins for 25c
Wheat Flakesl
in bulk, 5 lbs. 2.
Boys' and Girls' #$��*\
SHOES
kfor May Pay
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Ti Ws no feature of our5 whole shoe business
that receives more attention than our lines of
Boy,\. and Girls' Shoes. This spring we are
show, 'ng all the new ideas. Here are some of
the ne w lines;
Misses' GoMea Brown 3^trap Slippers, a pair    ,,.,,, $i 50
Misses' Goltfen i^rown Blacher cut Oxfords, a pair!     ..       [���*���*���{      1 75
Misses' black Md, patent tip, Strap Slippers, a pair      $1.25, $150
Misses' white ��anv. is, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair        1,25   1 50
Children's PateM Lv rather, &strap Slippers, a pair  1*25   1 50
Children's brovrci kid, Blucher- eut, Oxfords, a pair ... l'W   1*50
Children's Strap Slippt rs, size�� 3 to 101-_> a pair  75c to 1.25
We have many other line* of C:h._<Jren's Shoes too numerous to mention
j�� We Invite You to Our Store This Weefc
Where we can show you the greatest range
ot Children's Shoes you ever heard of.
8! COME TO THE STORE WHERE THEVBEST
rn SHOES ARE SOLD
ADAMS & DEAN:
Phoney.- ' Prompt Delhi
_       "are yoygjp
Troubling Yqu?
If so, come and have
amined.      We make no c '
for testing your eyes.   All v
guaranteed.
Wf GIFFORD, OH
Optical   Parlors  m T. Ciffoj
Jewelry  Store.
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We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest re-
lection of  HIGH. CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err ised
1 r
the pond.
! J. N. Ai-TCHISQN
Mercha^ Tai'or
Columbia St, NEW   \#_-��TMffc8TER
Mj Electric Blue-Prinfing
CORRECT STYLE
��� MODERATE MICE
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Any Si**
Maps, Charts and Drafting"
THE SHOP IfUT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located at the KE4R
of "Dally News"
1 The Vancouver   Map mi I lue-'
! Print Company,
441 Seymour St., V'a.i,f;' W*r
WESTMINSTER OFFICE.
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S.
Crescent Block;
REIVIOVaSL
NOTICE
S.^.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd. I
New Westminster
,\'o r-p-i-sonat-le man would expect to
L*
.Regular sailings ber-vee..
NEW WESTMINSTER  arnf CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, r.angley.
I     Mission anrl wny ports, with pas-    j
sengers and frelghl.
Leaves    Brackmmv <*  Ker    wliurf,
; New Weettifli-Ster,   Tuesdays,  Thxirs-1
'day* and��� Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilliwiiel. Wednesday.  F?ri
day and Sunday art'7 a! m.
fl Fo^'rates and patticulitrs, apply
W���STERN STtAMBOAT CO.
NfeWWESTMlNftTER.   B.  C.
-R: WtflfJVIonF, Rfeereury.
^UnMer Iran Ws
Removed to feMh St., between Power House and
GalbjtWs Factory.
JOHIN I?
Telephone S3.
New Westminster, f 0, B��*
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THE      DAILY
If YOU Wa-'. " SitOBtlon. TmY  1, 1908.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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STORES   T. H. SMITH
THE CASH STORES E
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(ilorious May Day!
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GOOD NEWS
For the Little Folks
I
Only a few more days, then May Day with its happy hours and
memories, etc. We have made amide arrangements thi. yc��r to
cater to the needs of all the little ones as far as raiment is con-
cerned    We have in this section a truly
: ch idren's, boys' and girls' ready-to-wi
:,,,,,   are reduced over 38% per cent
comprehensive  assortment
wears at popular prices. Many
Imls' and Misses'
Fancy Dresses
A full range in white in pique
lawn . mulls. batistes, etc.
gome with fine lace trimming.
Piic.s from    75c to $10 00
i Girls' and Misses' Wool
| Sailor Dresses
and    varied
navy    and
���3.    etc.,
-tlv
% large
men!   (tl ���
panamt..
���.rimmed    and    sma.
Prices from  %1Ji
assort-
colored
nicely
made.
'o $5.00
Girls' anil Misses'
Sailor Dresses
A complete range of girls' and
misses*1 sailor and mother hub-
bard dresses coming In all the
newest fabrics and in all the
latest styles. Over 150 to
Belect from. Come early and
get first choice. Prices from
   50c to $3.95
Boys' White Blouses
A full line of boys' white
tlouses, also children's tunics
:'n duck, galatea, pique, etc.
Prices from ..50c, 75c, $1, $1.25
Children's Hats in Endless Variety
$.0 Girl.' and Misses'
Flop Hats, $L'��8
$4.75 Girls' and Misses'
Trimmed Leghorns $4.75
Fifty  trimmed  leg-horn.,  with
:'-������-- ���TiTr. forget-me-nots, dais-
es and Illy of the valley,   etc.
ilar prices are $6.00; from
now till May Day   $4.75
Muslin and Embroidery
Hats
nufacturers sample 'me,
two alike, in embroidery
; mull and lawn. Regular
es  from  75c to $3.50,  ittHA
now till May Day ..50c to $2.6fV
A full liu.-, bt nop fiO-ts trimmed with flowers, ribbon..' anc-
chiffons. Regular price $*>,,50>
from now till May Day $2.t\'*
Children's and Misses'
Straw Hats
.A klorlous showing, every
iiew design is represented here.
Over WHIG -bats to choose from.
Price.- tr'm 50c to $1.50
Fancy Strafg and  Embroirle.-y Binned for Infants.
Silk Embrtjyale.y Bonnets for Infants
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the Hat Beamifui
SMITH
The Store Value Built
Hllllll! of
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
th ave. and Second St. fhoffif 333
i
(Jo  to
On Monday morning at 11 o'clock
ill the court house the court of revision will sit to revise the provincial
voters' list tor the district.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest     in    d.  C.      Dominion    Trust I
idock. *��� j
Thomas Pitt, a Chilliwack man, w,asj
yesterday brought to the city by a'
provincial constable from that city,
and committed to the hospital for the
insane by Capt. Pittendrigh.
gold il...Ins and lockets. "Mr. J.  Mc-] ft*���
Farias*. -*/is best man.
"A_W, tlie ceremony a wedding
breakfast was held ,at 'Eastlea.' The
honeymoon is being spent in Loudon
ard Liverpool, en route for British
Columbia, where Mr. and Mrs. Mum-
font will reside."
Mr.   Miimford, who left New West-
Stevenson's shoe house, Be]
Opposite Windsor hotel.
ble Street.
minster   for   England  on   Feb.   24,    Is
expected  back this week.
Tomato     plants,
Phlox, Lobelia.    J.
avenue.
Asters,
Muirhead,
stocks,
Seventh
The recently formed branch of ihe
Civil Servants association liolds Its
:.**<t meeting on Monday evening for
tbi consideration of matters atTTeCting
the interests ofthe members.
A roller race, consisting of three
half mile heats, is to take place at
the Clarkson street roller rink thia
evening, tlie contestants being C. F.
Perry, of Westminster, aud J. Coleman, of Vancouver. -\ purse of $25 is
hung up for the winner of tho race.
Mayor Keary received a letter yes-1
terday    frbm   ex-Lieut.-Governor   Sir
Ilvmry Joli de Lotbiniero, in which ho|
sends his best wishes to the good peo-1
pie  of  New  Westminster   and  trusts
that the great exhibition is .progressing.    The  letter was    written    from
Point Platon, Quebec.
ROBBERS SHOOT UP TOWN
AND GET AWAY WITH  MONEY
Phone   B278   for
pressing, repairing.
hotel.
cleaning,   Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
1
Tlie most convincing argument in
favor of "B. :C." and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. ���*
The tender for the catering at
Crookston, -Minn., April 30.���Rob-!
In rs burglarized the Scandia state
bank early today aud secured about
$7000. They terrorized the inhabitants
by, "shooting up" the town and made!
good their escape.'
Citizens exchanged shots with    the)
robbers and one of them was wounded    There were six men in the gang.
Three of the robbers escaped toward Standriuist and two others took
away their wounded pal with a stolen
horse and buggy. It is believed two
of the robbers have been located at
Standqulst.
HE. IN VANCOUVER
e*L Aslor Grill
The Largest and Finest Equipped   Cafe   in   Western   Canada.
Six course Business .Men's
Luncheon served from 11:30 a-
m. to 2 p. in., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from 5*.30
to  8   p.   m.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
Manager.
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A request has been issued from the
Office Of file  mayor  asking  that  the
merchants close their places of b&si- j
ness between the hours    of 1 and    5i
o'clock this afternoon, to permit the:
the employees    to    attend    the May Day
NOTICE.
exhibition grounds today has beeu let ceremonies.    The civic    offices    will
to J.   Robertson, the baker   opposite nlose after 1 o'clock for the day.
the Guichon hotel. Refreshments will
be sold at the grounds during the day
and at t^e ball in the evening.
J. H. Brownlee, C. E��� Dominion aud
I.. C. land surveyor, has opened an office in the Guichon blOnfe Phone 338. ���
A tlQZfin applications have been received by the city'clerk for the position  of  poundkeeper,  which  will    be
lert vacant by the resignation ol Con
stable    Patterson.    The    applications!
will be dealt with on Monday night.
I
I
To dispute the
'Brlllante" cigars is
���-.lu: cf mial'ty.
superiority
to  question
of
the
The Inquest to have been lieiii >e..-
Wrday on tlie remains of tAi'i Larsen,
who was fatally injured at a fflfgfrrig
i ca'Fiip on Pitt river, on Wednesday,
I iws heen postponed until today, pend-
i___S the arrival of the foreman and
other witnesses from' the camp.
Small house (new) on fully cleared
lot; with magnificent view of rivof
tmd surrounding country; near Sapperton car line; only $7'i0. Abbott &
Hyde, **
A letter from E. L. Richardson,
secretary of the Calgary exhibition,
has been received by Mayor Keary,
stating that the executive of the
I Dominion fair Is unable, unable to
give more space, to the Chilliwack
uisFrlct exhibit, and stating that the
amount donated for each attraction is
the sum of $20.
Buy your May Day tie at Kyle 1*
Sons; finest assortment in town; 20c
or three for 50c, **
Having been requested by a number of ratepayers to declare a holiday
for the first of May, 1 have instructed
that the civic offices closo at 1 o'clock
on Friday; and I would respectfully
ask that the citizens generally close
their [places of business, from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. of the same day to allow
everyone to participate in tho .May
Day ceremonies.
W. H. KEARY, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, April 30, 190S.
NOTICE
The time for receiving tenders for
tlie construction of a Cruiser for the
British Columbia Fishery Protection
Service has been extended from
May 1st to Jane 1st next.
JAS GAUDIN,
Agent.
Agency Marine and Fisheries.
Victoria,   B.C., April  22,  1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Mayor  .Keary  has   received  a  per-
���--*oi_al in vii-!. tion   from    Mayor 3. T.
Miller, of Seattle, and Josiah Collins,
chairman of fhe reception 3nd enter-
-ainnieti''.   committee  of  that city,  to
attend  the celebrations  in honor    of
Dahliaas, Geraniums and all kinds of.the American fleet on May 23.    The
bedingand vegetable plants. Davies & I mayor will, probably go on to Seattle
Son.   Telephone B208. Iafter   attending the    celebration     at
Beliingttam on tbe previous day.
The   high   scliooi     uaseDau     .._u.ch|
.terday resulted in a win "for    the!    Xew eonslgnmeiit 6. silverware just
and second division classes bra ,rrlved at  K-vk'    &    Sons*    Coupons
f ten to five over the boys 0fplVPI1  awa-v  wl,u    ever:     c:ish   >���>'-
and fourth divisions.    The
King    and    Sabourine, j    rj,
game and  show thatic.jpa
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THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced on Tuesday, April 14,1908
at J. A. Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
^tn.t..; >���*���.<.! jm.. six doors .below our present premises oji ^gjjyjjbia
street, we shah move oift '-"siness location as Soon as possible. We
have t'acrefcre decided \Q clear out our hpmense Stock of Household
Furniture nor on hand ��t give awafprlceS rather tharfmove It, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right hi the new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
This is the chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
discount allowed on any ai-.icie you C-hooso to pick out.
JOHN A. LEE
'   bUPONT BLOCK
4      TEL.   73.        COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C. / +
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ye.
first
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ncoro o.
the  third
two pitchers,
pitched  a gcTiO**
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chase.
ing of real sphere
they have the ****��-
..lingers. '"'
All kinds of annuKtftl tt 7idyy''
florist    Phone 1S4. \a
S. Curtis, chairman of the muni-j
committee of the board of trade,
will wait    upon the  members of the
Surrey municipal council on Saturday;
the.'afternoon with reference to thc build-j
nejing of the proposed Bon Accord road.'
It is expected that a large number
L. F. Addison, who had?fin* some of /��*��������� interested in the opening
time conducted an orchestr.v iu1 tbe|up of ^ rofcfl will be in attendance
city, and who was responsible 50T t?_f��jat the meeting. ' *-��� ^
excellent musical training in the re-; ^ steameir ^vorjte wj��� mn an
cent ly .produced opera, "The Ma*M (y<mfgl0n w pltt lake> Brlda( Ve���
Lamp," leaves in a few days to    P-ay| ^ on   j^turday,    May    2.    LeUfe*
B.**M-;,Wan Iter's   wharf   at   2  o'clock.
ke$& trii.  7i'"'��ents. ���*
String bass in the newly organized
Fraser Highlanders' band, Toronto.
Mi. Addison was formerly conductor
of tho Kilties which toured Canada,
the States and England some years
ago. The new organization will, It Is
expected, repeat the tour.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. ���*
Public Supply Stores)
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
now offering iot sale a ipeciai line
Dinner Ware
Are
of
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Lawn Grass Seed
THE
30c Ib.
KIND   THAT   GROWS
Two lads, J. A. Kendal and Nelson
Keml.il, were brought to the Royal
(.'.'lumbiaii Hoi*pllal yesterday from
KSMSth Landing, titwr Langley, suffering'. frOhi injuries SuSUined while
working on< a building, tbe scaffolding broke' and the boys weVe t.irowfl'
violently to t'he ground. The younger
brother, .N'elsou; had his leg broken'
and Is now at the hospital, the ottar
lad sustained only minor injuries s'-.d1
left for his home later In'tfye day.
After1* all _ ffiqm* in ��oKinection
with the pro'dfictiiih of "The Iftu.Blc
Lamp" hau tfe'en'met', tfhe sum of neai*.
ly $300 remain.1 in' the hands of ftoose
in charge of the successful entertainment. This amount will be handed
o.er to tlie members of the local Antl-
Tuberculosis society, the play having
been held under their auspices.
SO CJ
,   sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why me old pnes when you can buy new ones
1
._a_.?'_'_imb'a' *<r*e*'      N,w  Westmlnater, B. C.      PhSoi 82..        j
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For $150 down and the balance
($1300) payable $15 per month you
may secure a comfortable five room
furnlsheiL house with good garden,
^ta-ble for three horses. This property
10 close to thfl car line, is in good repair ami affords an opportunity, not
ofteh l'Ouu... to buy a convenient cosy
home on the easiest of terms. White
&. Sliile.T, 200 Columbia street, city. **
DO IT NOW
Five "hundred different patterns
washable ties at Kyle *'-Sotis;
each.
of
20c
*.
An athletic meet was held yesterday
evening   in   the     Columbian     college
gymnasium
tho city
between  thy
class. Following
members of
W. H. Mumford a Benedict.
From England comes the announcement of fue marriage of a popular
New Westminster man, VV. 11. Mum-
ford, cuief draughtsman of the V., V.
A_ K. in this city, to Miss K. Scott, of
s the resultj Ruinford,  Wsscx.    Tin. ceremony was
m
At
RyalPs Drug Store
Westminster
Transfer Co
Dice
Light
2,000 Cords Tan Bark i
WANTED
AT THE   .
une 181..     Barn 'Phone 137 i FRASER RIVER TANNERY
Columbia' Street. !
"   delivered'   promptly    to    i  _
ty part or the city. .   *���������"
I
and Heavy Hauling   the
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.        *��� "
of the diifeiynt events; 110 yard race,
C. "McDonald, A. White, (tied) time
IC sic ; broad jump, C. McDonald, 8
feet 3 in.; forty six yard hopping race,
Ed, White, time 9 \-'t sec; 'dips
parrallel bars, Gus Whittaker, 15
fines; 1 quarter mile walking race,
M. White, time 1 min., 51 4-5 sec.;
high jump, .C. McDonald, 4 feet !) in.;
potatoe race, C. McDonald, time, 21
sec; team relay race, won by team
(-aptalned by C. McDonAld, time 1 min.
performed by Rev. It. II. White-
combe, vicar of Hiimfonl. The Essex
Guardian says of the wedding:
"The bride, who was given away by
on* her stepfather, looked c'barming ln a
cream doth travelling costume, trimmed with white and gold braid with
gold tassels, and large white crinoline
picture hat, trimmed with ,large
ostrich feathers." Shu carried a beautiful shower bouquet of wti.te flowers,
tho nlft of tho orldegroofh.   She w,as
ADVi.irnsi*.    "��
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
���ou  WANT HELP.
39 1-5 sec. Fred Marie secured the attended by two bridesmaids, Miss
highest number of'individual points, Edna Mumford (sister of the brine-
villi a percentage of .4(5:!. An Import- groom) and Miss Lily Cole (cousin-of
ant event will he bold on May 28, this the-bride), wlio wore dresses of pale
refng the last track meet previous j blue $i_.dn, trimmed with silver trim-
to the closing of the gymnasium lor  n_.ngsu._nd pale    blue    hats.    Their
th* holidays.
prgsetrt^pfrom the" bridegroom   were
t
v HAVE YOU INSURED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP AS OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
MORAL: DO IT NOW.
I IN8URE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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INDIANS TO RECEIVE
MUCH TREATY MONEY
Superintendent o f Indian
Agencies Goes North With
$25,000 for Noble Red Men j
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Edmonton, April 30.���H, S, Conroy,
of Ottawa, superintendent of Indian
agencies of Athabasca, is ln ihe city
Stopping al the Alberta hotel. He is
on bis way north to pay his yearly
visil to tbe Indian tribes there and
dispense  treaty money to them.
Mr. Conroy has held this office since j
1899, and  he  spends  six  months    of j
every  year    travelling    through    thej
north  country, Peace    river,    Lesser
Slave lake. Mackenzie river and   the;
portions  of the great north,  visiting i
the Dorgib, Beaver,    Yellow    Knives, |
Chippewayan and other tribes, keeping;
them in good humor and distributing
among   them something  ever  ?25,000
yearly.
In  1889 when the treaties with thei
Indians and the  breeds    were    con-,
summated,    Mr.    Conroy    and    Col.!
Walker   were  with   the   party   which
went  through  that  country  to  make
the treaties.    Col. Walker dealt   exclusively  with the    breeds   and    thej
other members of the party dealt with
the Indians. ,
Some time next fall will be the nextj
time that Mr. Conroy will be back in j
civilization, all    the intervening timej 	
he will be travelling through the lakes'
and waterways of thc north by canoe j .Nearly five million of young sockeye
ar.d stage and steamboat.. When the. fry were liberated recently from the
party of which Col. Walker waff a i Lakelse hatchery ou the Skeena river,
member wen* through there in 1899, | The young fry were in splendid con-
ever., tiling was done by pack horse, j dition, and a very large proportion of
saddle and canoes, but the wild Peace them should reach salt water, to re-
and Mackenzie river countries have * turn some four years later with ina-
advanced rapidly since then andlterial benefit to the iishing industry,
steamboats ply many of flie navigable'     Th4  liberation  of the salmon    fry
"Ifs not what we claim���
It's what the goods prove"
The proof of the econpmy of Progress
Brand Clothing is found in the clothes
themselves.
Progress Brand, garments will wear
longer, have more style, and keep their
shape better than clothes costing 20#
to 30^ more.
This label is your protection.
Look for it.
���ynop.is    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
1
Any even numbered section of Do-
i miuion lands  in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 20,
O. F.-.AMITY LODGE. nTT
The regular  ������..
^e held in Odd
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
YOUNG SOCKEYE ERY
LIBERATED ON SKEENA
Millions of Little Fish Turned Loose in Northern River���Hatchery Work.
rivers and lakes now.
FOREST AREAS IN NEED
OF BETfE. PROTECTION
Sent On Approval
To REsroNsiBi._t People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
6fte Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Th.se
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Post
paid
to any
nddross
was carried out by a party consisting
of Messrs. T. Whitwell, Stanley Whit-
well, George Kelly and J. B. Johnstone, who came down from the north
yesterday on tbe steamer Camosun,
having been at ;he Lakelse hatchery
since last duly. Tbey were well
pleased with the successful result of
the season's work at the hatchery.
The _?arty came down the Skeena in
a canoe and found the water very low
at the present time as there has been
I little warm weather to melt the snow
on tlie mountain slopes. OfT their
1 way down Lhe party passed the steam-
] er Hazelton on her way up to Copper
I river with freight and passengers for
i that camp.
Ottawa. Apr.l .0.���In tho House of
Commons yesterday, 1.. N. Lewis, M.
P., asked the government to appoint a
spi ial .omitiittce of the House to
investigati the question of prohibiting the export of pulp wood to the
I nited Mali's, aud tbe preservation
1    dauadlan forest areas.
Wilfrid Laurier stated the. gov.
iment was considering the question
appointing a commisson to Investigate the whole question of the prcser-i Pilgrimage to Pope's Jubilee.
vation   ef  Canada's timber  resources.       New   York.    Vprll  '10.���Amid   cheers
Unless   the  I'resent  waste was  stop-] from  a large crowd and much    em-
l cd,  Cana.la's  so-called inerfffltisffMe  bracing and other tokens of farewell,
forest wealth would soon be depleted. ��� the Cunard steamship Slavonia, hav-
'l: an invitation was sent to the gov-- tag on board a large number of Catho-
ernment  to send  a  Canadian  repre- lie pilgrims bound for Rome, sailed at
sentative. to the conference called by ,110011     today.     The delegation    1111m-
T'resident    Roosevelt    at Washington  tiers several hundred, including many
next month, Canada would gladly senl!' prominent priests, laymen and women
a delegate.                                                of the faith, and is headed by Bishop
McDonnell, of Brooklyn, who officiates
as tlie spiritual director of the pilgrimage. During the voyage mass will
be celebrated daily in a cabin specially set aside for the purpose.
The first stop will be at Gibraltar.
From there the pilgrims will (proceed
to  .Naples.    They  will  visit Pompeii,
] Capri and Monte Casino before going
Illustrations are t.act Siz_
Every pen guaranteed
full II Kt. bclid Gold���cut
on ught hand may be had
in culler our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Nun-1 ilea .al>le Traospai -
tnt. as desired, either in ,
plain or engraved  finish,
as preferred.
1
i You may trythUpen i week,
If you do not find II aareurstttited,
a i..uer article, than you c��n secure tut TllttKB TIM*. THU > ' ' 1 a 1
) I... _    111     ai! .   .''.. r   It':,at'.   If   li. I
: entirely eatEsfaotory in ever)  re-
I  .i 11 '. return ii an.l we will . lid
you $1.1(1 fair it.
Cut o�� wrr It our fain ������ ��� ��� ��� i
Popular Hm i^u. Ink i. ue i a
complete li :ik ptoof triumph, ma)
...   can . .1    ill    _::>���   l..j.ili..|l    iii
pocket <.r eliopplnu Lap, w ttt. a al
any   an_!.   ut t,,_t I inch.    Plat.
num   (.prlnul   f I,   Iridium
point, poillbedTulcantud rubbe.
cas-B, tctra c.itta flnllh, H.-tnit
everywhere f.-r $2.S0, Apenta
want.. 1 tVriio for ti-Miia, Write
now " leit you forget."   Art.i,. _��
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic Bldg .
Detroit. .   Mich
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of lilt) acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
. (1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land ln
each year for three years.
(2) -\ homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, ta
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
Qas 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" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive o' the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(,j) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
tor th" district of such Intention,
Six months' notice ta writing must!
be given to tlie' Commissioner of Do-1
SEALED TENDERS aduressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tend.r;
for heating Post ' Office, Vancouver,;
I. C," will be received at this office
until Saturday, April 26, 1908, inclusively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans and specification can be seen
.and forms of tender obtained on application at tliis Department, from W.
bla street, every
at 8 o'clock.
.
Coitm.
enlnj
���av   m    each    D ^m
brethren cordlall. |    -, H|
Lodge room,  \   n   IT ' :':'"M1.
fellow.- blocked :       JjMMft
COURT BRUNETTE   !.-
���Meets the Fourth
month  at 8
hall, Oddfellows
o clock
1
.   4"99, ,.or
Friday
thi
ui the
a-mall
n 8508.
ttgB  u(
Second
n.i.i
ns of e
'<1W_
ORDER   or   fa&
Aerie No. 20-Meets evi      ,.,,,,'
evening at 8 p. m��� ,���   ,,
hall,    Columbia   Btreet.
W. Pres.;   H. Schofleld
PERANCE nieet""evo'rV\^JsEdf-
at 8 o'clock p. m��� 1,1 oddftSS
hail, Columbia Btreet
Henderson,   Superintending   architect,] **'��ut^ ROYAL COLUM-*)/. n
Victoria, B. a." and from Mr. Charles |     this Lod^ bT"
Tossell,  Clerk  of  Works, Vancouver ;     and Fourth Tuesd.
fl. C. _^_ "
Persons tendering are notified that i FRATERNAL
tenders will not be considered unless !
made on  the   printed  form  supplied, i
snd   signed   with   their  actual   signatures.   ���
Each tender must be accompanied! ���
by an accepted cheque on a chartered j THE ROYAL TEMHLar
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable   the   Minister   of   Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c ) j
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to  enter Into a contract
i when called upon to do so, or if he fail
le complete the work contracted for.
If the tender  be  not    accepted    the
I cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept tbe lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908.
Kagles'
���   Clark,
Secretary,
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENfFiT At
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLP.
CAMP, 191.-Meets onther
Third Tuesday of every 1
K. of p. hall,  chief W.'.-.;���:.:���'
ret and
iionth in
and,
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No, 3
���.Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday eveniug
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. ,1 S Lawrence,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, 1 . ,, -,.. ..,.
tag secretary.
Newspapers wilt not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it Without
authority from the Department
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENSLAiND, B. S.-
Red Rose Degree meets Second p.d
Fourth Wednesday of eacl montl
ta K. of P. Hall, rv-hmibla St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodg I   .
F. and A. M.; King Sol
No. 17, A. F. and A.  VI     L. 0  L,
No. HBO; L. 0. I... N<
Sapperton, No. 1683, '.       I , ��� . n
!���'.,    Court Westmlni:       \
Brotherhood of ow1-.
minion  Lands at  Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY,
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior.
N.
this
for.
II.���Unauthorized publication 'jt*
advertisement   will   not   be   paid
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TORONTO TO BE RID
OF THE UNDESIRABLES
'Toronto, April "0.���E. Blake Robert-
s. a, assistant superintendent of Im-
migratlon for The Dominion, arrived in
Toronto    yesterday to    look into Jihe
.onditon of the liulgarians whom'th^l to "Rome." The"i��arty"~will"be present
city.of Toronto has asked the Domin-Lt the juh���pn celebratlon of tte e
ion government to deport. kj ,tl,.M ��� wm l]isl)and Some ^
Dr. lin.ee Smith, inspector ^Hyisit the Holy ^and, whilo o��iers will
pnsons, has written Mayor Oliver that! ��� t() Xorth0rn'Europe.
thea-'  are seventy-eight foreigners In       	
..Bark Wanted..
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED   AT
.ROT RIVER TANNERY, ltd.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Write or call for particulars.
Ue lot 11 and the north half of lot 10,
block A, Government Office Gardens,
New Westminster City.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
thy above property will be issued to
Frederick .loliu Hart, on the llth day
of .May, 1908, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me ta writing by a person or persons
cbiiming an estate or interest therein,
or ta any part thereof.
C. S. KElTh,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, U.C., April 8, 1908.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, in sealed envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "T   . .
for New Cruiser for British Colum! la
will be received up to tlie
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin  sen tt
' steel   cruiser for fisheries   protec!   n
service in British Columbia wat< ;
the following leading dimensii :.-
namely length over all *-5u feet'
breadth of beam moulded '12 fret and
depth from top,of keel plate, to top of
beams at side IT feet, and to be di -
livered at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specifications of this
steamer can be seen at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa.
at the offices of the Collectors of Customs at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
wood, Midland, Vancouver and Sydney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN BOLE, I
rlster and Sollcil
Canadian   Ban.
W.
e rs,
-.ulldlng, New Westmin I
"VHEALLER,    BAR]
tor,  etc.,    42   ; Strei
O] poslte Court House, '������
Bter.   Phone 143.
A.
W
HITKSIDl.   &   EDMO.H
ters and solicitor-. Bla
Columbia street,' New    V.    tn
W. J. Whit..side, H. L. Edn
M
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed   to;
the undersigned, and endorsed   "Tea-
der for alterations to the Post Office
Building, Victoria, B. C���" will be re-!
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver Ilie
jail   who  should  be deported, and    it
has  been decided to ask the govern-']
ment  to deport these also.
Japanese Squadron at Taku.
Peking, April  :;0.���The Japanese cr
l'i king,   April   HO. ��� The   Japanese
'���cruiser squadron    composed    of    the Department and on application to Wil
Christian Indians Hold Revival.      Vruisers    Adezuma,    Akaslii,    Shiyeda Ham Henderson, Esq., Resident Archi
Pendteton, Ore., April 30.���The In- and   Chihais  has    arrived    at   Ching teet, Victoria, B. C.
dian revival meeting which opened to- Wang Tao, near Taku.   Admiral fjulnj Person* tendering are notified that
lay on the Umatilla   reservation    is and   Vice-Admiral   Teragekl   accoip- tenders will not be considered unleaa
it:,   blggesl evenl of its kind ever held panied   by their  staffs  came,    up    to made on the printed  form    buj od
i.i thi   northwest.    The'affair was ar-  Peking, arriving this evening. ;lll(|   HiKIR,(1   wilh   thell,  act���a,     ^^
anged by the Tutullla   Presbyterian                ��� ��� ��� tures
miss   u, the successor of the Whitman'             Pioatlng Hotel Sold. Each tender must be aocompaniel
:: "'"'"'    ""'    b;""'-i'-'" *    In    the    vlctorla]   Ap,.n    30_The   steamer by an accepted tiheque bn a charter _���]
������'111.-    include   over   1000   visitors,Caledonia     ,   ,...    .,. ,_     .,_ ���
ceived tit this office until Wednesday, I 8ame to the undersigned
Apr.l 22, 1908, inclusively, for the con-:     (a)   17th .January, 18S7, New West-
struction of the alterations to the Post! minster City to J. Wilson, conveyance
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can lie sean
and forms of tender obtainod at this
aktin, WEART & :.; Qi   <;.'-���
Barristors, solicitor..,!:.   Offices,
New  WestmiustA*, Trapp Blk   ���
Ciarckson and  Lome Btrets.  '���
ver, rooms 21, 24, 4.5 Granvlili Btrei
Department of Marine and Fisheries at  Joseph .Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
-Montreal,    Quebec,    St. John,   N.   B.,   G- -McQuarrie,   H.  A.    Bourne,
Halifax, N. S., and Charlbttetown, P.
E. I.
The same plans and specifications
can be procured  by application from
the     Department     of     Marine     and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May 1
next and at the agency of the Department of  Marine  and   Fisheries,  Vic- j
torla, B. C.
Each  tender must  ue accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
Mr,
Martin wil be In the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, i3arnster and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colon.'
bla and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C.
10 per cent, of the whole amount  of
in fee. | the tender, which cheque will be for
th)   6th August, 1S8S, ,T. Wilson to' felted if the person sending the   ac-
T. R. Mclnnes, conveyance In fee. i cepted tender declines to enter Into a
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barret---**. Solicitor
and Notary Public, Is* iractlce since
U91 at New Westm.*"""* Rf��  of*
��� flees removed to C-rtia Block, Clark-
son street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
(c)   llth November, 1890,
Mclnnes to Florence Blanehun
j conveyance In fee.
W- NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant,
Bank of Commerce Building.
F.  HANSFORD.    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Orescent bk**.
corner     Columbia    and     M K'.uzie
W
from
nocki
mas.
tribei
owned   by   Alexander   Mc-i bank, made payable to the order of tlie
Ban- Dormott  and   a   syndicate  of Victoria! Honorable    the    Minister    of
Public
IB
1000
the   Blackfe.et,   Flat heads
, .wx Perces, Spokanes,    *taKi-;fln(1 Vancouver people, has been soid  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
Warm    Springs    and    Colvllle to Folcy> Wrlrh & stewartp the Qpaild
j Trunk      Pacific      contractors.      The
fdeamor plies on  the Skeena, arid
of tho amount of the tender,  which
will be forfeited if the person tend..-
is jing decline to enter Into a contract
WAGES OF COTTON
I
.serving as a floating hotel.
OPERATIVES REDUCED
Montreal, April  :io.~- .Announcement
was  made yesterday that the Cana- j
dian cotton manufacturers have   de- ���
cided  to reduce the wages of operatives ten per cent.,    to    take   effect'
May 1.   1). II. Ewlng, president of the,
Montreal   Cotton   company,   says   the
reduction Is necessary for the time being in order to enable tho comipaiiies
.0 meet the foreign competition whirh
5. now jqorktag on a lower wage basis.'
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Coi��vrights Ac
Arrono .ending ��� -ketch and doicrlntlnn dirt
fpitcMy u. curtain our opinion ft .0 wliethcr an
ItiTHi.lliin In prob.tily piiteutnhln. Cuninmnlca.
tionsotrlotjrconfidential. HANDBOOK on I'uicnta
���antfree, tililost aurm<.jr forn<nirioi;uutcnta.
I'.iii.iitr. tnken tlin>uttb Munn & Co. receive
fl'iniil wilt .; Tflthoutcbiirire, luthu
tf
1,
ADVERTISE
��� IN -
HE      DAILY      NF.WS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
*vm*
t handsomely UluMrcUKl ��e��.i'. I._nte_t clr-
culittlou ���,( any Bcloutiflu Juurnul. 'icrtcn .for
Canada, *i.7j u 1 oar, poitOflO propui:,   Bold ij
Rmu.u Offloo, am I' CC,\T*!ltt.-.uton, I), c.
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. if
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind its.tf j
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public. Works,
Ottawa, March 19, 1908.
Newspapers Will not tie paid for tliis
advertisement If tl*��y Insert it. without
authority from the Department.
�������     ADVEirnsT.
��� IN ���
HE      DAILY      NE
if   YOU Neei   Anything
VV s
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN  LINE.
A
Leave New Westminster 8::.5, 11:85,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m. k
*
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.60. 6.60, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till V v. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster st
fame hours.
V., W. &'Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. tn.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 D.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
���   Leave New West minster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon  6  p m.
Leave Guichon 0 a. m., arrive New
New Westminster S;P,o a. m.
.Mondays, Wednesdays and  Fridays.
I\    11 j contract with the Department or fails
H,,!,, I to complete th'. steamer.   Tenders on  streets, New Westminster .*
letter paper will be considered. , ������������������������	
The Department does not hind itself;
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without Authority from the DeU
I partment will not be paid.
I F. QOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine
, and Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, 11th  March,  1908.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omshs to
Chicsgp, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own peeping
and I'iniv** -its on alll their trains and
give ".��'. i .. trons an excellence of
iervi.1    1.. . btainable elsewhere.
ii *, ROWE. General Agent.
(34 Third St.. cor AHfr "o'tland. Or.
BOARD   OF TRADE.- N' ������
ster Board of Trade
Board Room, City Hall   1
Second Wednesday of ���
Quarterly    meetings on
Wednesday    of    Feb*   ���        Ma-'
August and  Noveinb":
Annual   meetings   on   '-'    -""^
Wednesday    of    Febi
members    may    be   ]>:<������" '   a����
elected at any monthly 1 1 -J"arte
meeting.    A. E. White. S--
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ADVERTSk;
��� IN -
THE      DAILY      NEW
If You've LOST Anything.
FIRE ALARM !�������' '
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'Tenth
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and twelfth*
12���St. Mary's HospJ'al.
13���Second and Part R' .
14���Columbia and DufTerin
15-Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenuo i>""
M���rfd avenue and Second,
25-Fifth av����ue and Jo����D
26���Fifth avenue and ^"   *
27_Third avenue nm! Tent '
22��� Agnes ami SIx'H'-
84-*Scbaalco Machine Wnrie
,t5-Columbln nnd McKenzie.
3fl fj, p. n.  Station. pBlDAV.
MAY
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
Do Yo
'���There is no time like the prese
tent    it is, however, very questiona
self    DON'T PROCRASTINATE until
Of .ourse you will have to procu
. joUbt the most desirable property
���,,ti -e purchasers BUT  IN THE
K is situated on FIRST STREE
tu. Fraser River and the Pitt Mounta
where  Nearly every lot faces on a 66
If 0ne lot is too small for your purpos
the prices of which are absurdedly low.
u Intend Building?
Ut" is an old saying but more especia
ble if it will remain so much longer.
prices go up again-
re a lot and this is where WE CAN B
in the City of New Westminster.   WE
VERY HEART OFTHE BEST RESI
T between SECOND and THIRD AV
Ins.    You can also see all the LACRO
foot street   and has   a lane   at   the
es you can take two or three and have
Remember:     WE ARE THE ONLY
��
Hy does this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN  to  a  very  astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year.   Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what is beyond the  least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to  use fancy names in order to attract
DENTIAL SECTION OPTHE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
rear. Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots,
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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.iix lots ana a      ^ )<)t ^ of sixth ,treet and Fourth Avenue.   Price $1200.
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EXPLOSION ON Cl
SEND MANY TO DEATH
Japanese Navy Suffers Great
Loss Through Awful Accident���Cause Unknown.
Tokyo, April 30.���Admiral Yj.bu-
ruatsu, tommander ot tbe l.-aia:n.;
squadron, reports that an explosion
occurred in t'he stock magazine o�� tbe
cruiser Matsuuhirua at 4:08 o'clock
this morning while she was anchored
at .Vakanga, a haruor at tbe Pescadores islands.
The Matsushima immediately dank
until only th-e bridge was visible. Efforts at rescue by boats from thu
cruisers Hashaidate and the Usukus-
hima continued until 9 a.m., saving
thc lives o�� ��orty-t\yo men, including
some officers. The majority of tha
officers were not saved.
At the time of the admiral's rfport,
the cadets aboard numbered 08 out
of a complement of 300. It is feared
all are lost. The sons of Baron.
Chinda, vice-minister of the foreign
office; Prince Oyama, field marshal.
are among the men. Captains Name,
Yokimori, and Yasbiro are. also
Ithought to be lost. The cause, of the-
explosion is unknown.
The Pescadores islands, the scene
of the catastrophe, are a low island
group between Formosa and China.
They belonged to China until 1875,
when the were ceded to Japan.
Accidents in the Japanese navy-
have been rare. There was an explosion of powder on board the battleship Kashlma last September in which
���twenty-seven men were killed, and in
September, 1905, the battleship
Mlkasa, which wa3 Admiral Togo's
flagship In the Russo-Japanese war,
was partially destroyed by fire and
the explosion of her magazine at
Sasebo. No men lost their live, ia
this accident.
PREMIER ASQUITH NAILS
FREE TRADE FLAG TO MAST
foi
McQUARRIE & CO. mStreet
SOLE AGENTS tOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY,
London, April 30���The Liberals held
a party love feast at tbe Reform club
this morning to welcome their new
chief, Premier Asquith, and give him
an opportunity ot publishing a declaration of his policy. Resolutions of
loyalty to Mr. Asquith were adopted
by acclamation, after which the
premier -proceeded to outline his program. He nailed to the mast the flag%
of free trade, education, licensing and
old age pensions, hut he fought shy of
Home Rule. This is considered as
confirmation of the rumors following
the defeat of Winston Churchill in tha
northwest division of Manchester,
that the premier had notified him of
his disapproval of i Mr. Churchill's
pledges to the Nationalists regarding
Home Rule.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell.
J. A. Marcus, St. John, N. B.
H. S. Lilly, Toronto.
Vinton L.   M.tchell, San Francisco.
Jno. Uuird, Winnipeg.
G. R. Lee3on, Calgary.
Miss  Sharkey,  Calgary.
Jos. Youngheart, Montreal.
W. E. Walsh, Montreal.
J. E. Cowian, Vancouver.
John P.  Johnson, Liverpool.
Taos. J. Kobson, Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Winnipeg.
C. A. Crosble, Vancouver.
H. K. Wright, Vancouver.
W. L. Uraudy, Vancouver.
Chas. M. Durant, Vancouver.
Mr.  and Mrs.  A.  E.  White, Vancouver.
N. S.   Fraser, Revelstoke.
Windsor.
John Stewart, Vancouver.
C.   Iturton, Chilliwack.
A. M. McPhail, Kilburn.
J. Mc. Menency and wife,   Abbots-
ford.
J. M. Wallace, Boston.
J. Mutch, V_*_couver.
J.  W. Galloway, Chilliwack.
It. Galloway, Chilliwack.
ILED TO BURROW
INTO BANK  VAULT
Mail Service
'��*!>,
11 by C. P. R. tralu at 8:35
1 "i.; clo.e 8 a. m.
"id Seat-lie, via Huntlngd-in
8i_mn ���
���daily.
4   l!lsil"  No.   1,   dally   except Bui-
8"y-   s''M>i>erton   No.  1,  dally  except
Ulu*;->'.   Mails Received at 6:1.5 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric raliwa.
Co., 7:4.'> ii   '��������
Vancouver,  No.   1.  dallyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received 10 am.
Dispatched by O.N.R wain. 8 45 a.m..
Cloverdale, Nicomekl. Port Rei*
Kazelniore. Hall'. W*< , *'���'-
,.���,,,. BlfllflB "nd Seattle (all point
In Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), dally ex-
ept Sunday.   Return malls received
al    8.30   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton,  Tuesdays  and Thursdays;'
Tynehead,     Wednesdays   and   Sa'.u<--
days.   Return mal] received Monday*
ind Fridays.
DlspatefiM by n. C. Electric rattway,
111:30 n. m.:
Vancouver No. I; Victoria,,No. I;
Central Park, dally except Sunday.
Return mall received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:i3 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return malls received a' 1:10 p, m. .
Dispatched by carrier 12 oo noon:
Tlinberland, Strawi erry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mulls received Tuesday-, nnd Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. Tl. *o.t 1:30 p.m.
dally  (close*  daily at the.  same
time during wiut.u** mouths:
Ladner,    Westham    Island,    Port
Gulchon, Steveston. Sunbury. dill,
except Sunday. Return malls received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall ou Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Burnaby    lake.    Return    mall    v
3 p.m.
Dispatched by ON. Fyier, 4 o  m.:
To southern points, dtlly excep;
Bunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Winnipeg, Aiprll 30.���A daring but
unsuccessful attempt was made last
Sunday night to rob a branch of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce In Wes-
ton, a s;iburb of the city. A hole sic
laches square was tunnelled thrdtagh
tbi outer wall of'the vault, but th*
bur: lars did not succeed ln securing
nn entrance or getting .away with any
i-oo'v, Tbey wort, evidently either
frifth'ened away or became daimle'T at
the unexpected sl/.e ot thc Job thmj
had undertaken and abandoned lt. ,
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'JSE  DAILY  NEWS.,
FRIDAY
MAY 1
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
This is the time .to
buy a
LAWN
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL BEARING
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,    New   Westminster,  B. C.
TWENTY-ONE DOLLARS ARE
NEEDED TO COMPLETE FUND
For the lasf time an appeal is made
to    the    public    spirited    citizens    of
Westminster in connection  with, .the
children's ward fund.    The small sum
of $-1 still remains uncollected by the
young ladies who several weeks ago
sat out to secure $1200 for the purpose of  furnishing  and   equipping    a
children's ward in the new Royal Columbian hospital.
Who  is  tbe. public  spirited  citizen
I who will sign bis name to a check for
] $21 and hand it in to the Daily News
I office before noon today, thereby sav-
Ward Fund Subscriptions
| A. W. McLeod  $10.00
| Daiiy   News    5.00
W.  C. Chamberlin     5.00
M. N.  (Burnaby)       2.00
J. C     1.00
T.  R.  V     1.00
Harry Brine       5.00
William  Madill        1.00
Miss Smith       1.00
A Friend        500
A. Whealler      500
Mrs. Stewart      5.00
Hundred Year club   15.00
T.   W.   A     1.00
James Bell      5.00
J.   Buntzen    , 25.00
J.  f-Veeaan       100'
H.  M.  Marshall        1.00*
Mrs. Spencer, Portland   i    6.00
Another Friend      &.00
Miss Alvina Munn (Montreal) ..    5.00
Baby Joan Fader      2.00
Condensed
Advertisements
FOR SALE���Kitchen, dining room
and bedropm furniture. Apply "J,"
New Office.-
WANTED���Girl    for   general    house
worl;.   Apply (!., Daily News office.
MISTAKE���Will the party who tooki
gentleman's waterproof coat by mis-1
take from the opera house on Wed-1
nesday night- kindly leave same at
Daily News office and claim his own'
property.
LOST���Between Central Park and the
I. O. O. F. cemetery, brown cloth
overcoat. Liberal reward for return
to Daly .News Office.
TO  RENT���Large  front  room,  furnished; vicinity of convent on Agnes
���street:   Box 216.
FOR SALE���Typewriter (Callgraph),
can be seen ,at Arrow Press. $10
for quick sate. *
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed    glasses
between opera house and corner of1
First   and    Third   streets.    Finder1
I. lease return to News office.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms suitable
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Alex. Speck,  Columbia street.
W. IN. Draper
TO   RENT���A   small   three   roomed
house; electric light and city water.
Apply  P.  O. Box 387,  New  West-1
minster, T
facial, 6calp, or body treatments given I ���*���**** *-"* a-3*1**
in your own home.   .\lso manicuring. Surveyor
For engagement ring hd A 339. I Ellard Block. New Westminster, B. C-'
CHEAP!    |
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Daily the wise men call upon us and say: "What have
you sot cheap?"   Now here is something we can recommend for a good subdividing proposition, and a barrel of;
money can be made out of it:
1 6 O  Acres j
Only 3 miles from New Westminster at the absurdly Jow!
figure of $50 per acre. Note the terms: One-'
third cash; balance i.n 1 and 2 years, at 6 per cent.
_______________________________________
Malins, Coulthard & Co, Ltd.
ing the hard working committee from
having to finish tiieir task with but a
few dollars lacking of the needed
$1200 ?
Twenty-one dollars is all that is
needed now*.    This is the last appeal.
A donation of %o was received yesterday for the children's ward fund
from Miss Alvina Munn, daughter of
Angus Munn, customs collector. Miss
Munn, who.was elected May Queen in
iS99, is at present studying music in
Montreal.
WANTKO���To buy new   and   secdi.Ji
hind furniture.    Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired.   Speck & Cran- j
dell, Front street, near tram office j
TO LET���Newly furnished front bed-j
room with balcony; close to Sixth >
street, 329 Agnes street.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light1
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
"-���^aSiiS^j
MANY  NEW STYLES IN
May Day
FOR THE GIF
Our millinery department has been  busy for tht.  l.��i    i
ten   davs
trimming Up many appropriate May Day hats.   There I
ray of low and medium priced "hais for children now r<_       ,,,.
... nat you ^
cannot afford  to buy elsewhere'if you wish the most, effective at th  I
least price.   Make your selection ea**.   Our range of prices on these
dainty hats is from   $1.50 to ��10.00
Children's
PARASOLS
Dainty little parasols for the
i*mall gfirls. Some are covered
with fancy muslin, some with
tiillud percales, others with
.".panese silk; all colors. Prices
range from   35c to $1 25
Neat Wash Coats
A great variety 0f i oths audi
as striped outing tunnels,
serge, lustre, homespuns, etc
All neatly trimmed and worked.
Every coat has collar and cuffs
of contrasting material; no material in tbeni bul can be washed nicely if necessarj; sizes l
year to 8 years. Price; rang.
from   $2.oc to $4.50
j. H. VlDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Picture Post Cards
and Souvenirs at
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
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Royal  Roll of Honor.
The roll ut' honor for Hie inscribing
of  the uaaies of May    Queens    from
1S70 until r.'27, suggested some timei
ago as an interesting historical document for l'uture-ycars, h.is been pre-i
pared  by ...   11.   Vidal  and  will    be
handed over to Miss Kafnleen  Oash-
*iVO<Tf!"Jui_?�� today, to be kept iu    ber.
possession uni;.1 %�� i el ?��' year, |
when it will be passed on to* *&��' suc-J
cessor.   Unfortunately, the short t.?*6!
at the disposal ol Mr.   Vidal did not1
make It {>ossibl<j Tor liim  to obtain j
iTifv   actual    signatures   of   the   ex-!
tJlieeuS,  many of  whom    have    long
since removed to distant parts.   It is
possible that a new and more imposing scroll will be gotten up next year,
wlien the signatures  of all eligibles
will be secured.
GATS ret rimmed at 1ST Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. K*eep full supply of trimmings.
TflARM HANDS', SAW .MILL HELP,
���*��� skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
31129.
TT7 ANTED  -PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
��V      in    English  subjects,   classics,
science, mathematics.  Box 487, city.
HAMS ��*
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THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth, St. and   Fifth Avenue
- PHONE 370.
BQWELL *\ ODDY. Proprietor*.
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WEDDING     PRESENTS
Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS? Wo 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
other linear A piece of tbe Pickard Hand-Painted China will make
a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
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Cars for Vancouver and way
���stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
, City,. Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20. a. m.
Sapperton Line,: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hw.r,
half pant and firty mtatttefc \tbst
the hour, comwetttfVig fit %:%
a.  m.
Sunday Bfcf.lice   bblt-nourly between ft.��0 a.m. aud 11 n.m.
British Columbia ElecWrtc Ry. Co., Ltd
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Shoes
: FOR :
MAY PAY
If you haven't time to come with your
children, send them to our store and *
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OUR STOCK OF CHILDREN'S:
SHOES IS COMPLETE
Oar Canvas Shoes are hire. Price*
tanging from $1.15 to $4.50<. Sizes
from 4 in infants* to 7 in Women's.
jRerifflnttetet- the place*
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NEW UNDER-GARMENTS
For Young and Old
The new summer knitted un.eiwear :s here in the lightest cotton
and the finest lisle as well as the popular summer weights, in woof
Children's White Cotton Und-rvests���Long   or   short  sleevi
sizes.    Each   15c to 35c
,   Children's    Nazareth   Waists-In    different    weights
Eacli    35c
Ladies'  Cotton  Undervests���Each 10c to 35c
Ladies' Lisle Thread  Underv.sts��� With or without  .-].������.
jft   trimmed:  all sizes.    Each    35c tc $100
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Girls' Tub Dresses
Dozens of appropriate knock'���".mt  styles   in  children's  v. hid
colored dreMeai .just thi. kind thai thorough   washing  will
We were careful in choosing th-. materials for these t.l*e_i
wlll   lind   in   our Bhowing   of children's   garftieii..   the I
Materials aru lluck, drill, galate , Oxfords, crash, linen, plqui    .    ill J
print, lawn, batiste and  silk;   and the sizes are here for girl 1
to 16 years of age.   Price range  - according to Bize   and
from 65c to $5X0
Merry Widow Neckwear
.lust arrived, live dozen em rouiereu lawn and ribbon bows,
Merry Widow styles; made wit"- handy fasteners suitable : ! :D-V
stvle collar.    Each  ...,������ 25c
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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The ftfeiiable Shoe Man
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Daily News May Day Number
ILLUSTRATED   SUPPLEMENT
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1908.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
"/ shall be Queen of May, Mother,
J shall be Queen of May..-Tennyson.
We pay our respectful
komage to New Westminsters
ckarming
QUEEN OF MAY
wishing her a long life
of health, happiness and
abundant prosperity.
F. J. HART y CO. Ltd.
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KATHLEEN   DASHWOOD-JONES
May Queen Elect. Photo by Hacl.:ng.
THE QUEEN
of suburban fruit lands is located at Burnaby Lake, 5 and 10 acre blocks.
LAKEVIEW GARDENS
finest of deep, rich garden soil. Graded
roads, pure streams of crystal water, high
land or bottom land and all the very best.
PRICE $150 PER ACRE.
Terms one-quarter cash, balance spread
over 3 years of easy payments. Maps and
particulars at our offices. 5
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
New Westminster Vancouver
Chilliwack, B. C.
STEAMBOAT
EXCHANGE
MOS.   FREEMAN,   Prop.
ines, Spirits
. . and Cigars
Wholesale Wines and Liquors
supplied. Family trade a
specialty    ::::::.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TELEPHONE 8.
DIGBY
ELECTRIC
WORKS
J. C. DIGBY, Prop.
CONTRACTING
ESTIMATES FOR WIRING
FITTINGS AND FIXTURES
DYNAMO AND .MOTOR BOATS OF
AU. KINDS INSTALLED
Columbia St., New Westminster
Opp. B C.E.R. Depot. Phone 304
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DAFFODILS
APPLE BLOSSOM
PEONIES
1 NEW FLOWER AND FRUIT FOLDERS
Are the season's Photographic feature
AT THE
Grants
ROYAL STUDIO
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
NUTS
REAL ESTATE
^Poultry and Dairy Farms our Specialty
We have some very desirable properties along the above lines at the
P^sent time Also three country stores well situated and ��sveral
en��ir.iy new 4nd modern dwe|jinfl, in town. For choice building lots
you vvouid do well to see us.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
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Columbia Street, New Westminster.
������ LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
May Day Procession
Children assemble in Library square at 1 p. m., when
the procesasion will be formed as follows;
Marshal, mounted on Shetland pony, Master Morrow.
New Westminster Bugle band.
New Westminster City band.
Her Royal Majesty Queen-Elect Kathleen Dashwood-
Jones, with her maids of honor, Misses Naomi Rolph
and Ruby Fletcher; Her Majesty Queen Annie Tidy,
with her maids of honor, Misses Dorothy Reicherbach
and Bella Hood.    The Royal carriage will be flanked
with a guard of honor furnished by St. Barnabas
Boys' brigade.
Members of Children's Ward Fund society in automobiles.
Premier McBride and T. Gifford, M.P.P.
The mayor and aldermen of the city of New Westminster.
St. Barnabas Boys' Brigade band.
St. Barnabas Boys' brigade, marching four deep. Capt.V.
H.* C. Abbott, Lieut. Guy Simpson and Chaplain Rev.
C. W. Houghton in charge.
Ctyrist church (Vancouver) Boys' brigade, commanded by
Capt. Charles Worsnop, R.O.,  and Chaplain Rev. A.
H. Simpson.
All Saints church (Vancouver) Boys' brigade, commanded
by Capt. Hynes.
Nanaimo Boys' Brigade Silver Cornet band, commanded
by Capt. Rev. A. Silva White.
Automobiles.        Floats.       Hayseed band.
Carriages.. Rigs.    .     Followers on foot.
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Whal beading could be moiv appropriate for the good old Royal
City of Xew Westminster ? Less than ten years ago dtrvastotl by flre
.md now behold ! Prosperity at. every point of the compass. An Ideal
city of homes. Cusi in your lot with us and be happy. "God made all
men to be happy and we must remember that if we are not happy it
is our own fault." Procrastination is the evil eye of the future and
the thief of time. Ergo, do not delay. Take counsel with us at once.
Here is one of many opportunities.
A Beautiful Home
On north Sid* of Third Avenue,  between  Fourth
and 8lxth Streets. |
Every modern convenience, nine moms of which' four are largo
belrooms, living room 25 by 20; well furnished throughout.   Only
$3, 700   ON TERMS     _
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LIMITED.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
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ALL  SILVER  WE  SE..L IS "BIRRS .MAKE."
OUR SILVER IS MADE TO APPEAL TO REFINED
TASTES, BEING ARTISTIC IN DESIGN, BEAUTIFULLY
WROUGHT AND FINISHED IN THE LATEST AND FINEST
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EVERYTHING MADE IN SILVER WE MAKE. THE
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SALT SPOON AS A $300 TEA  SERVICE,
SEE OUR CATALOGUE FOR PARTICUL.'VRS AND
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IS UNEQUALLED IN THE   PROVINCE.    IT   IS   ONE   OF
VANCOUVER'S BEAUVV SPOTS.
WE CARRY   THE RICHLY   DESIGNED  LlilHEY   CUT
CLASS,  THE  FINEST   MANUFACTURED   ON  THE  CONTINENT.
WE HAVE POUND A PIECE OF CUT CLASS ONE OF
THE MOST POPULAE WE I) I) IXC GIFTS AND THE
DEMAND IS STILL GROWING.
00 NOT FAIL I'-) VISIT OUR CRYSTAL HOO'I
WHEN IN VANCOUVER. OUR CATALOGUE SHOWS
MANY  FINE   PIECES.
Our Diamonds Not Surpassed
By Any Other Firm on the Continent
This is].a strong statement but 'tis true. Our
diamonds and precious stofies are bought personally
by our diamond buyer in Amsterdam. Our order being
one offcthe largest taken to Europe is eagerly competed
for among the dealers which results in low prices. We
are also one of the few firms paying cash.
Accruing from these unusual advantages we are
enabled to quote prices on our high-quality gem that
cannot be duplicated in Canada or the United States.
The value in a diamond is gauged by its freedom
from flaws, color and perfection of cutting; these
points are not more ideally combined th&n in a Birks
store.
We have an unlimited stock of diamonds and
precious stones at the lowest prices but our principal
argument is QUALITY.
We maintain a large jewelry factory on the premises and manufacture all our diamond settings.
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Corner Hastings and Granville Streets, Vancouver
We are firm believers in the theory that we benefit ourselves mos!
when -vc serve yo"' >.iest, and to '.list end do we work. Wcilii to** higher
euai'ty,��� quality In Jlinnonas, in lafceilery, silverware, cut-gia-ti l-.*.*-
ih !.., _-,:. ;���; us must i3�� .-��� the best Together with this it customer at
Birks '.-* sure of an assortment he cennot hope to see elsewlrere, Our
buyers vli.lt the great trade centres of Europe and America and rival
one another ln the search for novelties. You will find too our prices iare
below competition and that We carry many attractive but inexpensive
articles although we do sell most costly jewellery.
Our store Is one of the sights of Vancouver, do not forget to call on
us when ln the city; you are just ay welcome whether to look or to buy-
If you cannot do this send for our beautiful catalogue which Illustrates
diamond jewellery, watches, silver, novelties, art goods, leather, china,
Slocks, cut glass, silver-plate, etc. All letters and enquiries by mail are
jlven personal attention.
Henry Birks & Sons, Limited
Manufacturing   Gold  and   Silversmiths
Diamond  Experts.
GEO. E. TROREY. Managing Director. VANCOUVER, B. C
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HIGH-CLASS AND REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
LEADING WA'iCH-MAKERS AS OCR STOCK IS. YET
EVERY MOVEMENT LS EXAMINED AND REGULATED
BEFORE LEAVING OUR HANDS.
BESIDES  THE   ASSURANCE OF WORTH THE WALT
HAM. ELGIN ANI) OTHER  SWISS  NAMES  WITH   ATTR1
BUTE ON OUR OWN GUARANTEE OJF HIGH QUALITY IS
ANOTHER    REASON WHY   YOU   FEEL  A   WATCH   PURCHASED  AT   HIKES WILL RENDER PERFECT SERVICE,
WE EMPLOY  \ STAFF   OF     10    SKILLED   WATCHMAKERS   WHO   EXECUTE  THE   MOST   INTRICATi
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WATCHES    THROUG MAIL.    TRY  US.
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QUADRUPLE   SILVER-PLATE   THAT   IS   MADE   TO
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BUYING BIRKS' SILVER-PLATE YOU ARE SI'HE OF
Al QUALITY AT THE SAME PRICE YOU MAY PAY ELSE
WHERE FOR INFERIOR GOODS.
WE SHOW .'_  LARGS ASSORTMENT OF TEA-SU*
RAKE.. ENTREE I'ISLFh,   CAKE  JDJ8HKS,   KTC.    VRoU
OUR   STOCK   SOMETHING MAY BE FOUND TO PLEASE
THE MOST EXACTING DEMANDS.
B. C. Electric Car 8hope. New Westminster. _��s. :
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BEER
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Energizing
Mild
Invigorating
Excellence
Reliability
Always ho.ds its own with
the best Imported  Beers
The Westminster Brewery.
Export
Stout
An excellent tonic for the
invalid and a refreshing
drink for the weary.
Westminster Brewery
TELEPHONE 75.
New Westminster, B. C.
P. O. BOX 403.
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THE CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
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is advancing rapidly and is recognized as the distributing centre for the rich and fertile valley of the
mighty Fraser.   The City
HAS   NUMEROUS   ATTRACTIONS
from an industrial standpoint, and many fine site., with frontage on the harbor .are available for factory and milling purposes. Railway and water shipping facilities are of Lie lest. Tlie British Columbia Electric  Railway Company Is 1 r.pared to supply
ELECTRIC POWER AT LOW RATES
for manufacturing and other purposes n .Yew Westminster and at any point along its railway and
power lines. Electric power costs about half the price of steam power, and saves a heavy initial outlay for plant. With the proposed extension of the Electric Railway along the banks of the Fraser to
Eburne, and from .New Westminster through the municipalities of Surrey. Langley, Matsqui, Sumas
and Chilliwack, to t'he Town of Chilliwack,   the
GROWTH OF THE ROYAL CITY
both as to population and commercial importance, should be doubled within the next Lev years. We
would suggest to merchants already established in New Westminster and who may contemplate
enlarging their premises and plants, and .also to any parties looking into the establishment of
NEW   INDUSTRIES
the advisability of taking up wi;.i us the question of Electric Power before placing orders for machinery, The many advantages of electric power over any other power are becoming better known
everyday. Evidence of this statement is the Cad that pratlcally all new industries ar? Installing
electric power, and many of the old. r concerns are changing over to electric.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., Ltd.
D. J. McQUARRIE, Local Manager.
ROYAL :-: CITY
CLEANING
PRESSING
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367 COLUMBIA STREET
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Total Assets $46,500,000
Branches located in every Province
in Canada, Newfoundland, Cuba, and
New   Vork City.
GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
Danking by  mail  a specialty.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
SUMS of $1.00 and upwards accepted and interest added four times a
year.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS can be
had  upon application.
New Westminster Branch
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
The British Columbia Mills, Timber and Trading Co.
j 5_u! Wholesale Lumber Manufacturers and Merchants.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS AND WINDOWS, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF   INTERIOR
FINISH  AND CHURCH  FITTINGS FURNISHED. FULL STOCK OF CLASS    CARRIED
Royal City Planing Mills, New Westminster!
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Telephone 415,
C. G. MAJOR
Official Administrator
and Valuator
Real Estate and Financial Broker
FIRE   INSURANCE.
Estates Managed
Money to Loan on Approved Security
MRS. COOK'S CAFE
{EUROPEAN)
THE LEADING RESTAURANT OF
NEW WESTMINSTER
Everything new and up-to-date
Excellent Cu$ine
,'      Dainty Service
Attentive Waitresses
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
THE LEADING RES1AURANT OF
NEW WESTMINSTER
Special Attention to Opera Parties
Family Entertainments
Soda Fountain with all popular drinks
Rooms in suite and single for transient
and otherwise.
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
ALEX. SPECK CYCLE CO.
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Bicycles, Cutlery, Fishing Tackle
Guns and Ammunition, Electric
Supplies, Baseball, Lacrosse Goods
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.      CYCLE AND GUN REPAIRING.
..   BICYCLES TO RENT.   ..
Columbia and Front Sts. New Westminster
P. O.  Box 526.
Phone 275.
NEAR TRAM OFFICE.
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SPECK & CRANDALL
New and Secondhand Goods
and Furniture
PIANOS and ORGANS
TUNED, REPAIRED, CLEANED AND POLISHED.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRED.
Columbia and Front Sts. New Westminster
P. O. Box 526.
Phone 275.
NEAR  TRAM  OFFICE.
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Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of the Dominion of Canada.
anrouner
HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER
Capital $2,000,000 in 20.000 shares of $100 each with $10 premium.
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS.
T. W. PATERSON, Esq.,
Capitalist, Victoria, B C.
���I- A-  MITCHELL, Esq.,
Capitalist, Victoria,  B.C.
E   W. JONES, Esq.,
Lumberman, Victoria, B.C.
r. p. Mclennan, Esq.,
(McLennan,   McFeely   &   Co.
Ltd., Wholesale Hardware),
Vancouver, B.C.
I. A. HARVEY, Esq., K. C, B.C.
Cranbrook, B. C.
VV.  H.   MALKIN,  Esq.,
(The W. H. Mail-in Co., Ltd.,
Wholesale Grocers),
Vancouver, B.C-
H.  T.  CEPERLY,  Esq.,
(Ceperly, Roundsell & Co.,
Brokers,) Vancouver, B. C.
GEO   !I. COWAN. Esq., K.C
YORKSHIRE GUARANTEE
SOLICITOR:
Vancouver, B.  C.
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TRUSTEES:
& SECURITIES CORPORATION, Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
The Bank ol' Vancouver is being organized to meet in part the increased linking accommodation required by" the natural and'sieady expansion
of business, coincident with the great development of the country and
especially of British Columbia, and while organizing to conduct a general
I ..nking business, will give special consideration to the industries and commerce of the Province and is being established primarily [or this purpose,
and through its connections in Great Britain, Eastern Canada and the
United States, it will be able to greatthe Province.
capital in the various enterprises of ly facilitate the Investmsnl of outside
It is the intention to open Branch Offices at various  points  from time
to time as opiH-i'tunity arises.
SUBSCRIPTION   FOR   STOCK.
Tbe Stock Books of the Bank of Vancouver are now open for the subscription of the Capital Stock at the Provisional  Offices of the  Bank at
the corner of Pender and Homer streets, Vancouver, B.C., and also at the
offices of Mitchell, Martin & Co., 643 Fort Street, Victoria.
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
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Settlers Association of B. C.
Opposite Windsor Hote\ New Westminster.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
FARM LANDS LOANS NEGOTIATED
FRUITS FARMS AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED
ESTATES MANAGED BUSINESSES DISPOSED OF
Special Attention Given to New Settlers.
P. B. BROWN
H. H. LENNIE
PHONE 334.
BOX 556.
Have You a Lot in Alexandria Park?
Tjjey are all cleared and you can get one for $25 Cash, bal $10 Month
Every man wants a home in Alexandria Park if he has not already got pne as it is positively the best and
"lost attractive residential section that is now being opened up to the public at the present time-
We secured *x>__-Sslon of this fine piece of land under most faovrable circumstahces and it is only on th.it
account that we are able to offer such exceptional terms on the.lots which ,are now being placed on the maiket
1(>r the first time.
We could easily sell them for much more than we are asking for t -em in a few months, but we want
Quick returns and you will save money by buying now. They will be easily worth from three to four hunched
foliar., in ,., short time.
If you are anxious to build a h.me at once you can pay us $25 for your choice of the lots that are left
aid commence the building the next day.   The balance can be paid in small installments of ten dollars a month-
If you do not wish to build but want io save a little money and put it in a safe investnvenfnvhere lt will
Iral��* a hundred or two hundred dollars In a year you can find nothing better, so invest in Alexandria Park lots.
I,e terms are easy enough for any one.
Ti"' property Is just two blocks from the city cars and every lot is a ful! fifty feet wide facing on a sixty
JU loot streel  with lane In the rear.
'     The prices are $225 for front lots, $200 for middle lots and $175 for back  lots with $60 extra  for double
Cornei's  md the terms are $25 cash and $10 per month-
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HALE BROS. & CO.
COULMBIA   STREET.
P. O. Box 268.    Phone 335.
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Phone 188.
P. O. Box 573.
HOTEL FRASER
Corner Begbie and Front Streets
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
We make and install every kind of ornamental and plain Iron Gat's ,ard Fences with or without concrete
foundations and would be pleased to quote prices.
We have just moved into our immense new factory and have every facility to handle any order no matter
how large.
We are makers of all kinds of ornamental and structural iron work, including fire escapes arid iron stairs,
gates, railings, also bank and office grills and cages of all kinds, in either iron or ibrass, and of any design or
finish. We also make iron castings, flnials. wire window guards, Newell posts, etc., etc. Estimates given when
ticsired.
WESTMINSTER IRON WORKS
WELLINGTON COAL. VAN. PORTLAND CEMENT, ROSEBANK LIME, 3.
('. POTTERY VITRIFIED PIPE. DRAIN TILE, TERRA COTTA, ETC-, ETC
CLAYBUPN PRESSED, MANTEL, AND FIRE BRICK. FIRE CLAY, OART-
CRAIG FIRE BRICK, LIVERPOOL SALT. FORGE COAL, COMMON
BRICK SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK.
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Works and Offices:    Tenth St.
Phone 53.    P. 0   Box 414.
NEW WE.TNINSTEP, P. C.
Brunette Saw Mill Company, limited
Sapperton, New Westminster, B. C.
LUMBER     SHINGLES     LATH
AND BOXES OF ALL KINDS I
THE ONLY MAKERS OF DOVETAILED BUTTER BOXES WEST OF TORONTO
Fruit Gr.wers Should Piac. T.ieir Orders Early for Crates and Boxes.
-HOTEL.
LYTTON
The Vanc'cne Heating and Plumbing Cf. Ltc.    	
W. J. BRENNAN,
PROPRIETOR
HOT. WATER   HEATING
ELECTRIC BELL8
ALL MODERN   IMPROVEMENTS
Central Schools.
RATES:
1        $1.00 and $1.25 per day.
$5.00 and $600 per week.
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Fashion Stable
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RUBBER TIRED RIGS
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HORSES FOR SALE.
BELL & INGLE
PROPRIETORS
COR   EIGHTH AND CARNARVON
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CAPITAL Paid Up
Rest and Undivided Profits
$1,240,000
$132,000
THE RESOURCES OF THIS BANK ARE AT THE SERVICES OF FARMERS. RANCHERS. MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS. MERCHANTS AND
ALL OTHER WESTERN BUSINESS MEN. MONEY DEPOSITED IN THIS
BANK IS USED FOR THE BENEFIT AND DEVELOPMENT CF T H E
WEST EXCLUSIVELY. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS RECEIVE SFECIAL
CONSIDERATION. START SAVING TODAY AND BECOME INDEPENDENT. : BANKING BY MAIL   RECEIVES CAREFUL ATTENTION.
.E.ALLEN, Local Manager New Westminster
Mayers & Preston
TELEPHONE 105.
P. 0. BOX 346,
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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through his affable manners,
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wants of the traveling jniblic,
scores of friends, who will ibe
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Large, airy and well lighted
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THE MECCA OF THE TRA VELER
The Pride of New Westminster
Hotel Russell
BRINE AND McLEAN
Proprietors
CITUATED on a commanding bluff, affording an unrivaled view of the beautiful Fraser River.
K-' Within one block of the business centre, making it an ideal stopping place for commercial
travelers as well as tourists.
Beautifully furnished throughout, equipped with every modern convenience. Far enough
away from the smoke and turmoil to make an ideal resting place, and also not so far as to be
out of touch with the business centre, the Hotel Russell is destined to become The Mecca of
the travel worn tourist, and the rendezvous of the "Knights of the Grip."
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MR. C. G. McLEAN. who hag
undertaken with Mr. Brine the
management 0f Th, RnMea
while not a hotel man of long
experience, bids fair to shortly
become one of Borne repute
Before coming to the Royal City
he was for seven years |dent,.
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business in Calgary. The final*.
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his supervision, where his pr .
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Unexcelled Cuisine
60 Rooms with Bath attached
Running water and Telephone
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We Have the Largest and
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In New Westminster.   Latest creations
from New York and Paris of
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' HEADWARE
We are showing some of the best styles
to be seen.
Come and see our up-to-date stock and you
will be convinced.
GET A
Moore & Campbell
OPPOSITE   POST   OFFICE.
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Cowie Gasoline Engine
Simple    .   Reliable
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MADE  IN
New Westminster, B. O
The Schaake Machine Works
Sole Manufacturers LIMITED Send for Catalogue

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