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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
jjf.W WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOl,, MB, 3 NUMBER 121.
White, Shiles & Co
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   FRIDAY  MORNING, MAY Tl. 1908.
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
M�� Of TRADE
NEXT MONTH
tACROSSC MEN WANTED SAPPERTON MAKES
BV VKIORIA au.    WD IN EIRSE GAME
No Prospect For Duty on Lumber- Improvements in L
Roads���The Telephone Service Is Once More
Criticized -Early Closing Question
Considered.
ocal
���pi,,. I ropossJ for a banquet in oon.
jection ��Ith the board of trade was
subject discussed   al    la
meeting   of   the   board,   ot
(filch J   A. CunnlniSWaiin,   presld i
VBt (:.   : man.    This  will  lake piace
.  .    i liuuld the proposal- hnd
Duty on Lumber.
A letter was reoeived  from ,t
Kennedy, M. 1'-. w.in regard to   thi
pos<,: duty on lumber sagges ��,! !,..
...   C,  boards of trade,    He    >. iot, .
"On mj return to Ottaw a 1 found your
letter ol March 12, with the   aocom
panying resolution of thu Vancouver
. I trade, re duty un lumber auj
thiagles. 1 have not yet had an opportunity of speaking tu tlie minister
ui commerce about this, bm from m,
previo - i xperieace l know there is
Irak- use of thinking of getting a
diii) placed on lumber. The interests
of tlu northwest members, or rather
1 should say, the member! fi. m th ���
,. rie country are such thai everj
one ol them, on both sides of the
House will oppose anything of this
kind, and as tbey fur outnumber our
members, you can see the position in
which we are placed. Thi. is not a
partj etsion, as neither party would
fly in the face of the wishes of the
members from the pnairie country, i
will speak to the minister of custom, i
. on thi first opportunity, bul I know
whal his answer will be." The letter !
was filed.
Flag Station Disadvantages.
A communication was received from
lhe Hamilton loam of trade enclosing
-   .-���  of a letter sent to the chair-
su ol  the railwav    commission   of
Canada  i Mr. Justice    Mftybee)    with
reference to the troubled consignees
ire laboring under, and    have   been
laboring under for years un shipments
to Hag .stations, and the difficulty   of
getting settlements with the railway
companies, overcharging for weights,
and rates, and for claims,   and    the
loss, danger, and pilfering in transit.
On the motion of E. Qoulet, seconded
by H. T.  Thrift, the matter was referred to the transportation committee,
Mail  Service.
The post office department ul Ot
tawa acknowledged 'he receipt of a
message of congratulation trom tho
board wiih regard to the improvements iu the post office ai New Westminster. The postmaster-general's de
partment Intimated receipt of the letter complaining that the remuneration
given to the 0, P. R. for taking
malls down th�� river to Steveston, and
*'���'. i'<i.nt. was inada-qiiai i, The Ottawa authorities joined issue with tho
local board, but with the remark thai
"te C. P. r. were taking the matte."
up. The letter was referred to\the
postal committee,
Prince  Rupert Townsite.
The ladies' auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital wrote ttranklntj
toe board for the use of their room
Wr meetings, and the further use' for
the Doming year was granted them.
Some correspondence with the mirloiis
authorities about the Prince Rupert
townsite was road, und the meeting
having the assurauce that the press
n'"l published the essential facts, the
matter dropped on that understanding.
Bon Accord Road.
T H. Howard, of Howard & Mui.*
ht'-'d, was -elected a member. The
commerce and industries commit te_
V','1V given further time to report on
U-e Mexican trade question. In the
���"bsence of the chairman of the transportation committee, this report *vas
deferred.
With regard to roads and bridges I)
" Curtlg reported what had been
'tone in connection with the Hon Accord road, which has already bten an
" '"���1. The Dominion government
'������'"' being persuaded to increase tho
*idth Of the road from 11 to .- feet.
lhis would refer to the portion of the
r0i1'l which the federal authority
Wo"'d undertake. The proposal wonl I
morin 'hat the Yale road hill would be
" ,|f|wn, and th's  would, said    Mr.
"���". me-n a larce additional amount
11 tra!Hc tor Wettmtiwtr*,   an)   the
a new dis ricl  to   the
' 'ad..
. "Mcouver-Westminster Road.
nent for   th.
: ' an    road    through    Burnab.i
Introduced  i,;.    Mr.
��� ���      mentioned tha   li   the
was   resolute]     ,.,, |    aki Q
"ward- might    be
sed   d the tt.        ei     nnd
'' oui I   nduoe many people o vlsl    hl<
citj   who i"  -    at thi      ...       im
' ���' nsti      The   pro
posal was passe | o.     to the bos ��� I.
and I ridges oommittei. but it    being
fell that two would better manage th*;
negotiations than a committee,   tho
chairman   ol   the   committtae,   Mr.
Trapp, and Mr. Gilley were Appointed.
F sheries   Question.
Mr.  Anders,.!, proauced �� copj   of
ill.   Imj.eriai  prlvj   council  ruling oa
the fisheries, given tn 1898, and   the
Ial clause giving   the   Dominion
control,  but  enabling the    provincial
���    ties to license fisherman, was
read bj  the secretary.   Mr. Hardman
pointed oui the   importance   of    'ho
Judgment to local fishermen, .and   it
v      resolved to keep a copy of   the
important clauses.
The Telepnone Switchboard.
The old switi . . ..: the telephone exchange, and the new building
\ ere brought under discussien bj hi
It. Lusby. He wished the board bo
enter a protest against tho ni-.fill.it;. i
of the old switchboard In the new
1 iicir.g. A volley of complaint.
against the present service were fhvi
off by nearly every member of the
board present, and strong objection
was taken to the alleged stand of thi
Telephone company that the nurutyei
of subscribers was Insufficient to
justify ,an automatic switchboard in
Westminster. If the service was Im
proved, the members contended, the
expansion of business would result. It
was finally understood that the board
would co-operate with the city council
.n urging Improvements to the system.
The Customs House.
The board having been satisfied by
E. Goulet that the K. P. Rlthet would
soon take over the steamer service be.
tween Victoria and Westminster, thu
discussion turned to the inadequate.
as il was termed, service by the local
customs house officials, the statement
being made that one officer had to
look alter two bonded warehouses. It
was lefl to a committee to draft a
communication to be sent to the collector of customs.
Chairman Suggests Banquet.
President J. A. Cunningham thou
introduced a subject which was very
favorably received, He said he
thought it would be B good thing for
both the board, the city council and
the city,   if the  various  bodies could
get together to discuss matters now
pending between them, and If "'-'y
could gel some of the gentlemen to
whom tiu-y sometimes made requests,
it would show the public thai the
board was an active body, He sought
an expn sslon of opinion as to tfle
advisability ol a banaue<
Ths meeting took the matter   up
readily, the only note of objection being to Hie time of year. However, a .
the success of the measure depends
largely ou the support accorded It, Ihe
Officers of the board were apixilnted 3
committee to consider details, ,'in I re-
port to another meeting on Thursday
evening nexl.   The bancjTOl will   most
likely take I'law oarlv in riine'
Early Closing Day.
Mr. Lusby, at the close of the meeting, brought up the vexed question, as
most towns find It. of the early clos-
���ing day. The fact that the citizen's
picnic Is fixed for a Wednesday supplied the text Of hi. argument. He
wished ���emplnatichlly to protest against
Wednesday receiving regular recognition In the city. US an early closing
day. The matter was somewhat lr-
regnlar as a subject of debate, and after it hed been ventilated, the adjournment was taken.
Fare Was $22,000.
Winnipeg, May 21. - Twenty-two
ll-misi-nd dollars was pp.id over to he
passenger department of the Canadian
Pacific ra'lway bj Frederb- Shipley today. ,.      ,._�����' �� .   	
Stanley Peele Comes Over to Youngest Intermediate Team
Interview Local Stickhand-! Shows Up Strong, but Get
lers-Jobs Waiting Them.;    Dei'-ated by_Westenders.4
('0111111.1. ;���.  an emissary of the Vic-
Lacrosse   club,    Stanley  fleeh
P" a   Wednesday In ihis city making
nr, .  to several    prominent   lacrosse players with -a view to indue
";   them to oast In their lol with the
Capita)  City  aggregation   of    stick-
handlers, offers of remunerative sit-
ms being dangled before the eye
of the men approached,    The result
ol his exertions is being kepi a dlosi
secret  by those concerned.
Anion.-. those who wen- told thai
their services on the lacrosse ^eld
would be greatly appreciated by the
Qapltal City sports were "Doughe\ "
Spring, who was informed that an
easy situation as clerk in the Dominion hotel, Victoria, would supply
him with all the exercise he needed
between games; G. Spring, O. Peele,
and two of the senior players, one of
whom lias played on the home for
tne past two or three seasons.
Definite answers have not been given by any oi' the athletes, but it Is
understood that the Spring brothers
are considering the offer made them.
I "Doughey" is registered as a senior
i .player, and could not join the Victorias without giving the local club
twenty-one days' notice of his intention to resign. Up to last night, no
resignations had been received by
Secretary Fred J. Lynch.
The names of the senior players
j who have been -approached are with-
j held by request. It is not likely that
either of them will decide to cross
the gulf unless strong iniuremens
are offered them.and as S:anley Pee:e
is one of the chief supporters of out
and out, 'Simon-pure! 24-carat, dye��i
In the wool amateurism, it is a foregone conclusion that no monetary
transactions  will  be entertained.
French   Parliament  in   Session,
Paris, May 20.���The French parliament reaseemibled yesterday with   the
i Clemenceau cabinet more strongly en-
renched than ever as a result of the
] recent municipal elections.
The hoys from the tar qasi see Ion
of the Citj sprung n surprise on lacrosse enthusiasts yesterday evening
at Queens park on the occasion Of
their first league game of tti' season,
when they made a most creditable
showing .n a match against Mi. Wesl
End ers, the Btrongesi team In the
i Intermediate league this year. Of
course they were defeated, bul they
were not Skunked, managing to toss;
tine ball into the net twice in sue-
ci sslon during the lhird quarter, the
tij-si goal being scored with the Unwilling assistance of Wid Warwick,
who can lessly go in the wa.-. of 6oal-
teniler Munn when the rubber was
being flung in the direction of his net,
Miinn's disgust at seeing a goal
Scored against his team was only
equalled by the unbounded enthusiasm
of the large Sapperton contingent
which had accompanied the stickhanfliers on the trip to tiie exhibition
grounds. Every Sapperton rooter
cheered three times when the bail was
netted, the noise being heard as far
east as the Westminster brewery. The
second goal, scored a minute later,
drove the loyal Sappertonians nearly
frantic. Fortunately for their vocal
organs, no more goals were score I by
the lads in the black jerseys.
A careful analysis o;' the score card
shows   that   the  Westenders     (Allied
once in the first quarter, three times
in the second, twice in the third and
once during the last fifteen minutes
of play. Sapperton scored twice in th"
third  quarter,  and  attempted to net
the ball several times in the second
and fourth.   The heroes of the suburb
| wire   Pat  Harvey   (assisted by   Wid
' Warwick), and Henry MacKenzie, but
j a great ileal of credit must also be
i given to Coach H. Coutts, who noised
around  the  field giving  valuable but
J c ften unheeded expert advice.
The Westenders turned out with a
; strong team, out did ont exert ihem-
' selves to any great extent, although
t there was no shirking.
With a little more practice, better
Combination work and two or three
j heavier men on the lineup,Sapperton
MOTORMAN _��$. fj JH TO
SHARE Of $90,(luu,^0 ESTATE
I. T. Spring and J. E. Tretheway, of Port Haney, Are Two
of Ten Claimants to Vast Fortune in Jersey City���
Nov/   in   the   East   Seeking  to   Secure
Control of Property.
A share in an estate valued at
ninety million dollars (.J.IO.non.ourn i,
claimed by I. T. Spring, Of 245
Queen's avenue, a motormah in tli.;
employ of the B. 0. __. K. company,
who has documentary evidence tO
prove that he is a grea-gn at-girand-
son of one of the earliest settlers ot
N'ew Jersey, who in the days when
what Is now the heart of a big metropolis was nothing but virgin land An
other elainiani, to a share of the
estate is dames E. Trethewe.y, ol
Port Haney, a brother-in-law of Mr.
Spring.
Mr. Spring left some weeks ago for
the east, where he. met seveml of the
other claimants to the estate, these
being nine or ten in number. .Acting
on advice received from him last
week, Mr. and'Mrs. Trethewey left
for .Jersey on Monday, it being the
intention of all parties interested to
meet together on Wednesday of next
week, when the situation will we
thoroughly looked into and steps towards obtaining clear titles to the
vast, estate taken.
The foundation of this vast fortune
was laid over a hundred years ago,
when the benefactor  of the  pi*esen;
day generation o the Spring family
acquired (or a tew dollars several
acres of land destined in later years
to become the heart of Jersey City.
The property was leafled on a ninety-
nine year lease, which expired lasl
year. Since thai time the agents of
the property have -been making enquiries through eastern papers for the
lieirs-at-law, nine Of whom have already "been located. All Interested
have been summoned to Jersey, where
their claims will be examined.
Mrs. Spring, of Port Haney, mother
of I.  T.  Spring, has long known   of
i the claim of her family to the Jersey
i estate, hut it is only within the past.
! three months that the younger members  of the  family   have heen made
acquainted with  the  fact  that    they
were   in   the   running   for   the   multi-
! millionaire   class.     Mr.    Spring    hae
, only two sons,  these being   Clifford
j and      Gordon.      better     known      as
! -fViugbey" and  ''Grumpey,"    iwo   of
j ihe     fastest    intermediate    laerosse
players on the Westend team.
Mr. Spring, accompanied by Mr. an<_
Mrs. Trethewey, is expected to return
! to this city about the tenth of next
inonth.
Otway Wilkie Refutes Charges of
Neglect of Duty When Man-hunting
"In in) opinion, the writer, or at
least the instigator, of the article appearing on the front page of thr;
Waft-Id this evening is the work of a
lawbreaker at Hmseiton, a man who
works In an office and who has been,
and possibly slill Is.iuterested iu
liquor dealing, lt Is a base and
cowardly attack and emanates from a
man who hates me for reasuns , eBt
known to the-two of us.''
Such was Otway Wllkle's blunt answer to a ipiestlon put to him yesterday evening with reference to an article appearing tn yesteniuy's Vancouver World, in which it was staled
that   the   parly   of   provincial     police
which he had taken Into the nor hi in
wilderness   In   the   hum   for   Blmon
(iiiii-a-Noot    and    I'eK'r    Hi-Ma 11 "ii.
two Indians -Wanted for the mind   l Ol
Pierre Leolera two years ago, i.us
in en spending Its time In a pleasure
.inunr Instead of prosecuting a systematic search for Ibe men Wanted.
Mr. Wilkie declined 10 name the
party whom he suspects of having supplied the World with the Information
contained In the article.
- Much capital is nude out Of 'he
fact that a chip with his name and
that of the other members of the
party oarved upon It was found at
one of their deserted camps. The
practice of carving names on stumps
Is widespread among northern prospectors and miners, and the assumption that this would afford the Indians
a clue as to the whereabonts of tne
police 1�� ridiculed by Mr. Wilkie, who
points out that it is the easiest thing
m the world to Identify a white man's
camp from an Indian's, as every prospector and trapper knows.
In the course of the Interview, the
attacked officer declared that his
party had not been idle a day since
it reached the northern lands, a state-
"went which can be proved by enquiries from any of the other memter.
of the party, Including Walter Huntley, of this city. He pointed out that
the writer of the World allele wn��
sightly mixed In his faets and geo
graphy when he stated that. Wilkie
had iTPver be^n past Bear lake, niid
Inter that he had been lost near Sus-
tute lake, where he wus found :by
Prospectors Bates and Olsen. As
Sustute is many miles north of Bear
lake the statement made In the article
is its own refutation.
That the party was supplied with
l'ood by Bales and Olsen Is admitted
by Mr. Wilkie, who explained this by
saying that he left his headquarters
at lhe foot of Bear lake with enough
supplies to lust fourteen days, intend
ing to reufli Dales and Ols ti's camp
and return within two weeks, he ma ;-
ing the journey for the pUrppse of hiring these Iwo men lo act as guides to
the party. Instead of covering th������
diitanoe If seven days, the trip up
took eleven days, supplies naturally
runnihg Bhott afld Others having to be
secured  from  tbe two  prospectors.
Hates is at present at Hazelton, and
can confirm every statement mad" by
Mr. Wilkie. Olsen is somewhere in
the Babine country. Mr. Bodine, a
former New Westminster man, Is also
well acquainted with the facts.
Concerning Ihe statement made that
the Indians wanted by the police ar-1
now at Thuddle lake, And have been
seen there by Gus Rosenthal, E.
Fodine and the World correspondent,
Mr. Wilkie expresses considerable
doubt. A standing reward is hung up
for the capture of the Indians, and
that several men who are supposed to
rphoid the law of the land should
lecognlse and not arrest the outlaws
Is nOt credited by the provincl.l
police officer.
Jack Graham, a prospector, guide
and miner 56 years of age who has
| lived in northern B.C. over two decades, and who accompanied the party
of manhtinters, declares that lt was
Ihe hardest task he ever undertook In
his life and the' toughest trip on re-
cord in the north, the snow being so
deep some places that it was difficult
for the party to make mo-e than two
miles a day. Graham Is at prewn* at
Haaelton.  v
will place a team in the field that bids
fair to become the runner-up in tliis
year's series. Several of their men
have all the earmarks of genuine lacrosse players, needing only a little
hard work to develop their latent
ability.
Westenders ��� Munn (goal), Marshall, Galbralth, W. Sangster, Sibley,
O. Spring. W. Warwick, E. Warwick,
U. Bangster, Hartlett, G. Spring.
Swanson.
SappertOh���W. Coutts    (goal),    .1
Stott,    W.  Patchell)    K.   MacKen.ie,
Speers, C.  V.  Coutts, H.  Mackenzie
B.   MacKenzie, C. Coutts, W. Mai tin,
Harvey, Hume.
Pat Feeney rerereed, fencing only
three of the players.
.APPEKTON METHODIST
MINISTER IS MARRIED
am business will
PREDOMINATE CRIMINAL
At the residence of Mrs. Fisher.
427 Agues smet, yesterday morning
were married the Rev. Louis Thomas
and Miss Mabel Fisher. The Rev. W.
H. barraclough performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends
of the family, the bride being given
away by her uncle, C. Fisher. The
happy couple will spend their honeymoon at Portland, leaving by the Owl
tnain last night.
Mr. Thomas graduated from Columbian college last year, and Is minister
of Sappeirtoh Methodist church. In
view of his connection with the college, the Columbian boys'duly celebrated the Joyous occasion, serenading
ilie newly Wedded couple until ;�� lute
hour In the evening.
DYNAMITE BIG BRIDGE
ON  HARLEM  RAILWAY
New Vork, May 21.���A new bridge
under construction on the Harlem
brunch of the New York, New Haven
th. Hartford railway at Baychester,
was wrecked by dynainltters today. A
charge of fifty pounds of the explosive
was discharged under the first span,
twisting the huge Iron girders and
practically wrecking the whole structure. Today's outrage followed an unsuccessful attempt to wreck a brldg*.
on the same railroad over the llnrlen.
liver early yesterday.
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��� YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL. ���
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��� Tacoma at Vancouver��� ���
��� Vancou ver  4 ���
��� Taooma  9 ���
���   #
��� Spokane 14 ���
��� Butte 8 ���
��� *  *y
��� Aberdeen !l2 ���
��� Seattle  ,,... t *
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The business at the assizes on
Tuesday will be of an important character. Both civil and criminal cas_.-%
are down for hearing, no serious
charge, however, figuring in the criminal list.
The prisoners committed for trial
are Ferris, George .1 one, Frederick
Walker and Labourdette. The prox-
ip.ity of the penitentiary :'s the cause
of the cases Rex vs. Stone ani
Walker, and Rex vs. Labourdette.
01 one and Marshall are the two men
who seriously Injured John lmlah, a
guard at the penitentiary, in attempting to escape from the gaol, and will
stand trial on the two charges. Labourdette was only committed thl-.
week, on the similar charge, having
concealed himself among the brick"?
in endeavoring to escape. Ferris s
charges with injuring R. Whalen at
Westminster Junction more than,
iv/elve months ago.
Slander Actions.
The old ease of Hughes vs. Keary
Is set first of the civil cases for trial
The plaintiff. J. E. Hughes, formerly
proprietor of the Lytton hotel, sues
Mayor Keary for alleged slander at a
meeting of the board of license commissioners two years ago. J. D.
Kennedy is for plaintiff, and W. G.
McQnarrio for the mayor. And her
btiSe may arisv for slander, but so far
no application for hearing has been
made, I.e. Brennen vs. Booth, for
words UEod during an election eam-
p'l'srn at Coquitlam.
Divorce  Proceedings.
Two cases  of divorce are set    for
hearing,  adultery   being charged,    In
Nelson vs.  Nelson, nnd Olehelser vs..
Oloholser.
Other Civil Cases.
Coun hard vs. Sinclair. An action
for 14700, one-third of amount paid
hy Dominion government to defendnnl
for stone In the Pitt river quarries. In
Which plaintiff claims an Interest.
In Stevenson vs. Hni4; A NowelT,
the question of a right-of-way at
Chilliwack Is ln dispute. Plaintiff alleged that the late R. Nowell gave a
right-of-way over land which now he-
longs to his dnugt* er, Mrs. Hunt, who
disputes the claim. J. H. Bc-wes, ot
Chilliwack, Is acting for plaintiff, ani
W. Norman Bole, K.C., for the defendant.
Isodor vs. Gilchrist Is tan action fof
damages for false Imprisonment, arising out of ,a transaction during la*
exhibition week. George E. Martin tt
for plaintiff, and W. Norman Bolt.
K.C.. for defendant
Herrllng vs. Btover I* an action tor
alleged seduction.
W. o. MoQoarris wihact at crown
prosecutor, aai 4. ��� Whealler '���#:�� aa-
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"This Is My 54th Birthday'9
Jacob Gould Schuman.
Jacob Gould Schuman, the .'resident  of  Cornell  un.vers.Uy,
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was
Prince Edward  Island.    When he
a position in a country  ston
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born .May 22, 1854, on a farm on
was tiiirieen years old he tool;
salary of 60 cents a week. Later he went to Sunimerside, and worked fourteen hours a day for 11.20 a week, and -I ill found time for
study. At the Sunmierside high school he won a .60 scholarship in
Charlottetown college. Here, despite all handicaps, lie was Able to
win ln an all-Canada competition, a Untversity of London scholarship, and after three years in London he won, agalnsl! competitors
from all English universities, a travelling fellowship worth $2000 a
year. With the equipment thus gained he returned to America. Af-
(ter holding professorships in Acadia college and in Daliiousie college,
he was in 18S6 appointed professor of philosophy in Cornell university. In 1892 he became president ofthe university, which office he
still holds. In 1889 he was appointed by President McKinley chairman of the. United States Philippine commission, for the purpose of
Investigating tlie conditions of those islands.
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Clothing."
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clothes, Progress Brand Suits and Top
Coats
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Fifty Killed in Awful Catastrophe in Belgium ���
Cars Were Telescoped.
Antwerp, .May 21.���The worst railroad catastrophe ever recorded in
Belgium took place near Contich, six
miles soutll of Antwerp, thi_ morning,
when, because of a misplaced switch,
the express running at fifty miles an
hour crashed into a train loaded with
pilgrims on a siding. Every car of
the pilgrim train, excepting the foremost one, was telescoped. The cars
were literally ground to pieces and
practically all the passengers were
killed or badly injured. About fifty
(iead already have been removed from
the wreckage and succor is being extended to more than one hundred injured.
The work of rescue is being admirably hafidled and everything possible is being done to alleviate tho
suffering of the injured. All the clergy
and physicians of Contich and the
soldiers from the neighboring barracks are taking part in the work. In
addition to the surgeons who hava
hurried down from Antwerp, an iam-
bulance corps from Amiens also is ou '
the scene. |
In now appears that the locomotive
of the express train jumped the track
and plunged into and completely
wrecked the last three passenger
coaches of the train on thc siding.
This train was carrying an excursion
of pilgrims to a local shrine. I
The station at Contich has been
converted into a temporary morgue
and hospital and is rapidly filling up
with the dead and wounded. Shriek-
ii.g and helpless wounded persons are
still pinned under the debris and tho
scene is one of horror that beggars
dcscription.
The extracting of the dead and
wounded from the debris appalled
even the stoutest of the rescuers. The
aspectacle was horrible. Many of the
bodies had lost all human shape and
heads, arms and legs were ground off
by the wheels iand scattered through
wreckage.      Three    decapitated
from
WANTED���Young girl to assist in
housework. Apply at once. Mrs. F.
Lynch, Columbia street.
FOR SALE���Six room modern house,
lull sized basement, *n cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
it being the third lot aast of Sixth
street on the north side of Fourth
avdnue. Price $2500; terms, f_.0
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Look through this house and if you
think favorable of it write me and
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street, Vancouver.
j FOR SALE.....
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LOST���Black silk umbrella, sterling
silver top; left on the 4:40 city car
Monday afternoon. Finder kindly
return to Daily .News office.
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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WANTED���Girl for restaurant worl
Apply Kenny's restaurant, Colum bi
street.
WANTED���Roomers and boarders;
rates reasonable. Apply Jack Cash,
corner Eighth and Carnarvon stieet.
OS AGNES STREET���four rooms���modern. Price $1450.
cash, balance $15 per month.
Terms $200
ON ROYAL AVENUE���five rooms, modern. Price $1575. Terms
third cash, balance sir and twelve months.
one-
ON NINTH   STREET���four   rooms;  fine fruit.
$600 cash, balance $15 per month.
Price $1600.    Terms
| WANTED���Light employment in
around office, or shipping clerk
on
by]
steady, trustworthy, reliable _:,an;'
knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply
"E.Z.," Box 29, city.
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WANTED���Girl    for   general    house-:
work.    Apply G., Daily News office.'
LOST���Between Central Park and the
I.  0. ii. F. cemetery, brown cloth
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return;
to Daily News Office.
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P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phorw. 307
Fruit Ranches
buildi
tigs;  sood
Ten acnes convenient to town.    All  slashed;   no
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. AI! slashed;
garden and chicken house and run; splendid
Reasonable terms.
two room house;   small
soil and good water.    Price $1200.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
LM,
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSUIUNCE
^Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths'
COAL
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
Of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 022.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER. Presiident.
BEST   QUALITY
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -
'Phone  105.
NEW f sua
B.   E.
ALEX.   LAIRD.   General   Mauagei
A GENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed    glasses '���
between opera house and corner of
First    and    Third    streets.    Finder
1 lease return to News office.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers for   their banking  business,
cashed  or taken  for collection.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Sales   Notes
the
bodies were found twenty feet
the track.
Up to 1 o'clock this afternoon fifty
dead and seventy-nine injured, three
cf whom died later, had been recovered. The occupants of the cars wen.
mostly workmen and peasants. The
wounded are being transferred from
Contich to Antwerp and Brussels as
.'-npidly as possible. There are several
women among the dead.
A second class coach was overturned by the force of the Impact,
Tlie bodies of the wounded were so
,pinned down by wreckage that the
���rescuer, had to use axes to get the
victims free.
The signalman at Contich saw that
his switch would not work just as the
Antwerp express aunie thundering
down the line. He leaped from the
window of his signal station and
heroically ran down the track toward
the on-coming train, waving a red
flag. His effort, liowever, was too
late to avert a disaster. The engineer
and fireman of the express were
killed.
Contich is a junction on the main
line between Antwerp and Brussels.
It is a town of 155,000 people. Serious
railroad accidents in Belgium have
I. ven rare, the most notable of recent
years being one at Ottlgnivs in 1S95
when seventeen persons were killed
and another at Forest near Brussels
In 1899 when twenty-one persons were
hilled and over a hundred injured.
TO RENT--Furni3hed rooms for light I
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor!
shop.
BANKING   BY   .MAII.���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall
Jiia-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
HATS ret rimmed at" 187 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
FARM
skilled
HANDS. SAW -MILL HELP,
and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 50fi Cordova  west,  Vancouver,   B. C.    Phone
IJ'lOQ
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Department of Public Works, Canada
Tenders Por COAL
WT
SEALED TENDERS,
TED���PUPILS   (EVE.N'INGS) |tne undersigned and endorsed
in    English  subjects,  classics |for Coa->" w111    be received
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
1 Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
.CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
First Boat In.
Selkirk, Man., May 21.���The first
boat to arrive from Lake Winnipeg
this season was the Majestic, which
came In last night with a oargo of
lumber.
Trade Mark*
DcaioNs
Copyrights Ac.
Anrnnn. ondlng ��� sketch snd rtcucrlniIon nis?
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rptcial notvtt, without clrnrno, la the
Scientific JUne. torn.
_Lh_n<t-_melr Ulustrstwl wee.lr. T-w.wt, olr-
pflliimii) of sny KiHentllli) Joiirn��l. Term, for
t;.ni Min, 4.1,75 a j.*r, postage pre pal 4.   Sold bl
i'W*l_f	
all miw*l_��ter��.
���ffl8SW!!rr_-?*H.iw
Hos, ba V BU Wa-tUitton. D.
addressed to
'Tender
at tha
Resident Engineer's Office, New West-
: minster, B. C, up to noon of Tuesday,
2nd June next, for the supply of coal
; required for the use of the Sang Boat
'"Samson" and Dredge "King Edward"
; during the current fiscal year euding
:3lst March, 190S).
The coal must lie a British Columbia
I product of approved quality, lump, and
���bo delivered in such quantities as may
the required.    Coal for the Snag Boat
j "Samson"  Is  to    he    delivered    and
���stored In shed on    the    Government
l Wharf, New Westminster,    Coal for
the   Dredge  "King  Edward"  is  to lie
delivered  alongside  the    Dredge    at.
! New Westminster, on scows furnishr-l
j by the Department of Public Works,
the towing to be done by the Contractor.
The lowest or any tender will    not
necessarily be accepted.
G.  A. KEEPER,
Resident Engineer.
Resident Engineer's Office, New Westminster, B,  C, 18th May, 1908.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
1 Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. C
0
OOKSLEY'S
Picture
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STOrr
J. G.
F.  MACKENZIE'S
Regular sailings bet.veen
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI-
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
.Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman &   Ker    wharf,
aN'ew  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R.  W1UTMORF, secretary.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
itjvuu uufc_a-^c_yiL<
BOOKING TO    AND   FROM   ANY I
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY)
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   o_   the   Empresses
.May 29.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. I. AB,,U'
Westminster
Transfer Co
GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, snd
DRUG  STORE,
HAMS ��
18c. per u>-
THB
Central Meat Market
Corner Elgtith St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
NEW   WESTMIN8TER,   B.   c.
- Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly  to
any part of the city.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Croc.t !
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the abovo property will bo issued to
John S. Robson on the 15th day of
June, 1908, unless lu the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to mo
In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
The person or persons having"  In
their  custody or possession   the  foi-
Ladles'Gold Watches fr0m 11275 up j IowlnS Tit-�� Deeds r*3'311^  to    the
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open I said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
Watcnes.   doubl*,    00M,   T���,���   18!)o���Louis    WHlle
face, $6.00
Gentlemen's Silver   ���������,���.���.  ���.,���,���..     .,...    ...
case, 17.50 up. 1    ���i'sth  Ju->-
Agent for the celebrated South Bend ErnSt Grau-
Watches, supplied  to   the   Welhnan     Conveyance /In
Arctic Expedition.    M\ warranted.      | j
Chains, Rings, Jewtury. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    cnargea   reason-1
able.   ^,,
to
fee.
S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Servica
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINT.S FAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale
European points.
Bpecial   Reduced   Rates   Rou"d
. Rates  to  SoutKe-n  filiform..
For fuQl information call on or wrlto
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver B. <-���
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland Or*
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Trip MAY 22, 1908,
THE DAILY NEWS.
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time
_====���   The -���
ROYAL BANK *mNADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Deoositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.     "
r .;  ..,Ur money where it is accessible when vou reauire  it
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIAI TV
START NOW���in in "I DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     p. B   LYLE,  Mgr.
Lawn
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30c Ib.
At
THE    KIND   THAT   GROWS
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Ryall's Drug Store
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Door
��.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
���finches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and 10 London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Trans, c  ��d.
Letters ot Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all oarts ot the
World.
���avlngs Bank Department. Deposits received In sum* of |1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
0. D. BRYMNER. Manager
NIW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster. Telephone 833.
FRONT 8TREET
This Date \n History.
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MAY 22.
K>s.���Alexander Pope, English poet,
bom. Died May 30, 1744.
1755���Tench Coxe, the father of the
ci* ton industry in the Uni.ed
States, born in Philadelphia.
Died there July 17, P-24.
__<.;_���.Martha Washington, wife of
Qleorge Washington, died a*.
Mt, Vernon. Born in New
Kent county, Virginia, in 17_2.
ISIS���Marshal Durco, one of Napoleon's mosi celebrated officers, killed al* Raiohenbach.
1849���Mfiria Edgworth, the Knglish
novelist, died.
1857���Paul Morton, former secretary
of the navy of the United
States, born.
1867���Queen Vk|torla issued a proclamation for uniting the provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick into one
Dominion.
1898���Edward Bellamy, the author Of
"Looking Backward," died.
Born March lit,, 1S50.
AT  THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
.1.  E. Cowan, Vancouver.
W.  W .  DiVsser, Vancouver.
W.   D.   Robertson, Toronto.
Hy. C.  Martin, Vancouver.
L.   H.  Nicholson, Vancouver.
C.  11. Brown, Victoria.
C.   H.  Baird, Toronto.
K. F. Thacser, Tacoma.
John W.   Pollard, Sydney, N.S.W.
Capt. Cmrland. Vancouver.
A.  V.  Sunderland, Toronto.
Windsor. ,
A.   Smith, Vancouver.
J. A. Jones and Wife, Pitt Luke.
Major .1.  K. Sanson.
II.  M.  Stiles, Victoria.
��� Guichon.
G.   11. Brown. Victoria.
CROW'S NEST COMPANY
SUES STRIKING  MINERS
CLOTHES
The way to make the most of your personal appearance is to select clothes that are
the best achievements of the times.
"FASHION-CRAFT" clothes to-day are the recognized standard of modern tailoring.
li. L. DcBCCK, New Westminster
Fernie, B.C., May 21.���The charges
preferred by the Crow's Nest Pass
Coal company against James Douglas,
president-; Charles Garner, secretary;
William \Vhitehou8e and other members of the Michel local, United Mine
Workers of America, of breaking contract, were tried here today before -1 ���
H. McMullln. The three casvs were
taken individually. The strike was
caused by a man named Hiarry Mar-
i rant being discharged and lhe company refusing to reinstate hlm. The
trial will be continued tomorrow.
GET READY FOR VICTORIA DAY
SAY
A Nice
NEGLIGEE
! SHIRT
In! White Trussore
or Silkette
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
pRASER RIVER TANNERY I
Contract Co. if
The Oriental
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
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Pongee
Silk Shirts
Raw Silk
Shirts
Leather Belts
Boys' or Men's, all sizes, all prices
Straw Hats    Panama Hats    Manila Hats
Land and Water Hats
Phillips, The Wanlrobe Qothier
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GILLETT*?
PURE POWDERED
LYE
Heady for Ue* tn A��y Quantity.
Pormaking SOAP, ���i-rtttm.n* water, removing old paint, dl-.ntoctinf Sis**, dojete
���nd di-alno nnd tor many other put.**..
A can ai|imU 20 pound* Sal Soda.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETTtt5.!V*K
TOnONTO.OMT
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of \
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Watery
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office  Eight street
NEW WESTMINSTER.  ���. C.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Worts
Removed to Tenth St.," between Power House and
Galbraith'e Factory.
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T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
FR|��AY,   MAY
THE DAILY NEWS
are now   dis-
Jfubllshod by ihe iJaily .News Puh-
tlB-LU-g Company, -.'mited, at then-
offices, comer of Sixth and Front
streets, Xew Westminster^ B. C.
��.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
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KRIDAY,   MAY  22,   1908.
REV. HOUGHTON'S LAST.
We are sorry '.lie R��v. Mr. Houghton has allowed his polemic propensities tn overreach his discretion! ani
returiiins, In what he calls his linal
reply, tu the Nip Sue incident, because only on the fifth count is ha
right. As to the name, we were in-
tormed upon what we deemed reliable
.authority, just as Mr, Houghton claims
to hiave been about that "dramatic
death sceie." our lirst coi< ention
that the license did not compel him
to perform the ceremony, is intact. On
the second .Mx. Paige did not handle
the book Mr. liougU on held, and we
simply revoked what a dignitary
of the church informed us was the
law, and under'.he law in the old land
this goes further, prohibiting any
marriage without the authority of
the Bishop, and when performed must
be in the presence of his representative, if 'the ceremony is permitted In
any other place (church or otherwise;
his political opponents
liosed to canonize.
*'AU through the political history of
Canada one finds traces of this peculiar delusion that a Conservative administration is part of the divine order, and that the existence of a Liberal Government is of Itself an out rase.
The attacks on the Laurier Government today are not more furious than
the attacks made on its on the very
day un wiiich it assumed office. The
defeat of the hosts of Tupper was the
original sin from which all o'.her.
Iluwed as a natural consequence. Tli.
treatment of the Whitney Government
by its political opponents showed a
truer appreciation of the working ofthe party system, and a determination
to accept Its consequences in a
[philosophic spirit. Criticism proceed-
in.-.1 from an opposition of this Kind
must always be more effective than
criticism proceeding from an opposition whose chronic state Is one of
fury."���Victoria Times.
COMPROMISE IS REACHED
IN   OTTAWA   DEADLOCK
Ottawa, May 21.���It is reported thi.
morning that a compromise lias been
arranged on the election bill, whereby the. government will not press th*1
provision for a second revision of the
Manitoba lists, and the op*x.sition will
agree to allow judges to allocate lists
to Dominion constituencies, thus
remedying the confusion arising from
outside the parish church or
of Ease."
Third-���The asking for the Archdeacon, and the question to his good
wife in his absence as to whether she
thought he would objec't to the performance of the ceremony, shows that
doubt existed in Mr. Houghton's mind, \
and, as his venenable superior was !
oniy temporarily absent, a short delay
in exercising the discretionary power
for oue hour might have prevented '
him performing the ceremony, as
this course underlies the later message not to perform the ceremony in*
the church, Now the service is greater
than the building in which it is performed", and if the church could not
be used, oue would naturally argue
that the church service should uot be
used.
Our fourth contention that the
Chinaman has not the intelligence to
understand the service used is unshaken, and is amply confirmed by
Interviews since held. When we asserted that the reverend gentleman's
Insinuation, that "The News" came
between these two contracting parties,
ami broke up their wed,led bliss, was.
unworthy of his high calling-, ii was
to let him down lightly, so to speak,
.���rise the statement was absolutely
untrue on its face, and only could
have been penned in the beat of passion. We think the reverend gentleman, Instead of trying to throw the
onus of thai tragedy on others, sasiild
sit down rind calmly reflect awhile, repent of bis mistake, an.l' understand
fully that he has brought this condemnation upon himself, by reading
into a calm statement of fact, tha"
which it did not contain by inference
or otherwise, and his further haste to
rush into print.
Wt. are sorry to think tha: with this
deplorable incident his usefulness in
his present charge ceases, because in
the main he is public spirited and has
many admirable traits.
Chapel !overlapping.
22,
1908.
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313   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Owners of the Townsite of Port Mellon, Howe Source!, 25 miles from Vancouve
r.
We recently offered for subscription the first; 100,000 shares of the Preferred Stock of this coroorj
at $1.00 per share.   Each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preference stock.    The firs* inn\
ion
shares was immediately taken up.
We now offer the balance of the second 100,000 shares of Preferred Stock
hundred shares entitle.-1, to a bonus of 15 shares of Preferred Stock.
first 100,000
at $1.00 per sha
re,  each
All subscriptions  must  be  received  on   or
fore the close of  regular business.  May
Export $2,100,000 in Gold.
New York, May 20.���The    N'ational
City bank today engaged $2,100,000 In
gold for export.    Lazard Frerers   engaged     $1,000,000    and     Heidelbach,
jlckelheimer & Co. $500,000, all for ex-
. port to Paris.   Total engagements on
th�� present movement are $20,950,000.
Na mors mei of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can j
now get the best rubber stamps, made'
of good gum rubber, on latest im- j
proved machinery, by expert workmen,'
and
MADE
Mail  orders
ceived
IN CANADA
filled same  day as  re-
First allotment on second 100,000 will be made May 19th, iinal allotment May 30th
tions should be in the office of the Company by 6 o'clock, May 30th.
All subscrip.
In order to treat all applications large and small alike, and to
May
prior to  M iy  30
an.
Inal allotment,
allowed, only ���,,
jlvi n ,. isoiute
1901
but unlimited
participate equallj
payments.
accompanied
the ai'-'Hi-atioii
paymenl of in
make no discrimination, all subBcrlptons received prior to
.0th, will Le allowed pro rata ou the second 100,000, and balance on third 100,000.   There will be no bonus stock, however
second issue.   The third 100,000 is to be sold at par, $1.00 per share, without bonus, and those subscribing
preference on third issue. '
The preferred stock now being offered i-5-entitled to an annual dividend of 7 par cent., commencing November 1st
to further dividends.   That is, after 7 per cent, has been paid upon (he preferred and common, both Btock? thereafter
Is no reason why this stock should nol pay from 30 to 50 per cent.  diviHonds.
Payments, 10 per .ent. on application;  15 per cent, in 30 days;   balance  in  eight  monthly
Hereafter no subscriptions will be received by telegraph or long distance telephone, unlei
per cent.
We are rushing work on ths first unit of this great plant, the entire plant when complete will have a weekly capacity of 180 to
newspaper, and 270 tons of wrapping. -N'o better site for a great modern paper mill could have been Bi lected than Port Mellon on! 15
from Vancouver; unexcelled drainage and magnificent deep water harbor. We have secured the water rights of Rainy River
through the property, and have also placed a 20,000-inch water record on Clowhom Falls for the purpose of manufacturing
These two sources have a com'lined volume of over 20,000 horse power.
, Those interested are cordially invited to visit Tort Mellon and  Inspect the progress of the work up  to date.
we are turning out 80,000 pounds of wrapping paper per week.
The public are also invited to visit the demonstrating plant of the company, 313 Cordova Btreet, Vancouver
of wood pulp and paper.
Office of the company open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 0 o'clock.
groin,.]
v. liir-h
wood
It will not be
How,
pulp,
fori
and witness the manufacture"
W, H. R. COLLISTER. Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc.
C. E., P. L. S., D. L. S.. Con.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
J. DUFF STUART, Managing
Director Clarke &fM*uarVLt-i.,
DIRECTORS:
SYLVESTER G. FAULKNER, President British
Stationers, Vancouver, li. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
���I. C. W. STANLEY, formerly
General Manager West London Paper Mills, l_ondon,
England.
FRED SMITH,   member  Smith,
Columbia   Trust  Corporation.
Wright   A.   Davidson.   Wholesale taper Company, Vancouver, B. C.
H. M. BURRITT, Western Manager Corticnlll Silk Co., Vancouver, ii. C,
ALD. W. J.-CAVANfGH, Member w. .1 Cavanagh a.* Uo.,
Vancouvei.
CAPTAIN II. A. MELLON, J.P,
American Lloyds Agent, etc.
EUSTACE   II.   JENNS,   Barrio-
ter, etc., Vancouver, B, C,
CEO.   E. CATES,    Ca:e_  Sbl
! uilding Co., Vancouver, B.'J,
CRKELV KOLTS, form rl  C. a
era]  Manager    Pacific Coa3t
-��� Soda Co.
������mimmfrxz&tiw. i
A.  G.  BAGLEY   &    SONS
410 Hastings Street. Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
iDVERTiSE IN THE DAILY NEW3     To  INCREASE  Your BUSINESS.
"A CHRONIC STATE OF FURY."
Yesterday we commented upon iho
peculiar menial attitude of the Conservative party of Canada as as opposition to tlie Liberal party as a
government. We called attention to
the fad that tbe members of the Conservative party, although they have
been oat of power for a dozen years,
have never been able to reconcile
hsmselvea to their i>ositioii as an opposition. They have, as we pointed
cut, behaved in a manner calculated
to create an impression that ithey have
n legitimate grievance against the
iP��pla of Canada for thrice voting
want of confidence In their policy and
their administrative ability. ��� This peculiar mental condition has attracted
the attention of lhe Toronto J3tar also.
Til. Star does not profess any special
virtue of independence, yet it is actually one of tire most independent of
all tho newspapers published in th
East. Speaking of the political campaign now proceeding in Ontario aud
the conduct of Mr. Borden and his
following in the House of Commons
��..ir contemporary says:
"Mr. MacKay (leader of the Ontario
Opposition) und his friends evidently
regard the rise and fall of governments as the natural incidents of
parly warfare, but on the Other sldo of
politics tfiis view has never been
Cheerfuly  accepted.    The defeat of a
Conservative Government is always
regarded us a form of rebellion, and
a Liberal ministry is treated asm ban.I
of usurpers. The fury and bitterness
With which the Mackenzie Government
was assailed was certainly not Justi-
HimI by the chdiiicter of Mr. Mackenzie
.ind his colleagues, who arfe now admitted to have been honest, upright
and thrifty,   similar treatment   was
accorded to Sir Oliver Mowal, whom
Free!
Free
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One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   .       .     . .       .t|    50c
 OR 	
One package White Swan washing
powder with 2 packages White
Swan Soap for ...      50c
Take advantage of this special offer; if won't last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others ir 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.
NEW
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SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
WESTrVJNSTER,
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B. C.
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E never sold Women's Oxfords as fast as
we are now selling them. Perhaps our Oxfords are
S the best���we think they are.   Every woman likes
^ them. Oxfords in Patent Kid, Corona Kid and Coltskin. The j|j
S New Golden Brown Tans also; lace, Blucher or button.
I
The new Colonials shown this season are very handsome.
See our line of Canvas Oxfords in all the different colors.  We'll
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex
'  amined.      We make no charge
for testing your eyes.   AK work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical
Parlors
Jewelry
in  T.   Gifford's
Store.
deem it a pleasure to show them to you.
t
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Bbot.
New Westminster
jg! Dividend  Notice
j The sixth half yearly dividend, at
i the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, for
jthe half year ending April 30, 1908, is
now payable at our office, 181 Colum-
,'bia street, New Westminster, B.C.
|     May 15, 1908.
The Westminster Trust and Safe
Deposit Co., Ltd.
I        F. J.   HART, Managing Dirtetor.
We have just received
and you are invited to in.pecf,
without doubt the finest se-
lection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err wed
the pond.
J. N. AITCH.SON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia St., NEW   WESTMINSTER 22, 1908.
THE  DAILY   NE-WS'.
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|e SISH STORES
SMITH
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Don't miss Hi,' bargains in ladies'
and children's underwear, Friday and
Saturday only.   Tho White' Soufie.   **
LOOK!
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Two Big Specials I
The C. P, n. wharf will email a
small charge mu those who use il :o
I1-*8 "i> to In future, an arrangement tj
1:||'U" a dollar having come Into force
:��� ��� -��� erday.
' Automobile and Tourist lioais ai Half Price
mis line comprises plain and fancy cravenettes, plain and fancy
���weeds and box cloths,   Thsse are the very latest styles,   some   with
gjoona sleeves, 3-4 and 7-8 length. The ilgges       p ...   offered, Th.
...,i prici      ���'   trom flO.oq to J25.00.    For   ...   remainder of this
i. .     .   . , !   - II any of the_-e at half price.
Special reductions in ladies'
children's whitewear Friday and
urday only.   The White House.
The ease against the Mainland clu'i
comes up again today at the poliee
mint, lu (.iiis connection the Royal
Templars of Temperance have prepared a petition to the lieutenan
governor asking for an amendment to
the charter,
New live room house and lot for
Eal 'in Alberta Btreet, Will sell cheap
nn terms, .lohn A. McDonald, Sapper*
ton. **
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Towel Rollers.
Our Special price
Wire Card Holders.
While they last	
Our regular price
10c
Regular 25c
2 for 25c
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Mammoth Furniture Emporium
and
Sat-
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Acting   under the
Dr
A game of baseball   scheduled   to
take place on Saturday afternoon between Columbian college and the city
provincial police,   ta_.ni has heen postponed, several of
C.
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B
Opposite Lorne Street. Phone 73.
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Kenny    visited    an
$25.08 Suits for $14.50
;   ���   ;.,    suits all this season's productions, will  be offered
|     a .:; this week at $11.So, a price cut that should Purely ap
ical tu every woman who desires a first class suit at less than cost
...   [a ever)   wanted  shade.    Price   $14.50
for
To dispute the
"Brillante" cigars is
value of quality.
lacrosse revcr nas iirrmeii out
Monday sees tlie first big gam.,
.season at Queen's park. **
j     $1.50 Moreen Underskirts at tt
This is a marvellous offer.   Thinloof it a full  line all colors of
beautiful moreen underskirts pleated flounce; also a line of wash un-
lfc-_K's all colors and sizes.   The regular prices of these are from
BjL-5 to $-���""���   For the balance of the week your choice at 85c
Regj-
..$3.90
Ladies' Wash Suits ai $3.90
in dark and light colors in cambric ami batiste chambray.
| lar $4.75 and $6.00, for	
Note���We do not alter wash suits at these prices.
Holiday Bargains in Millinery
Merry Widow Sailors, all shades and in different sizes, trimmed
| with flowers, foliage and ribbons and tulle.    Prices  $4,00 to $8.50
Ladies' Trimmed Sailors at $_._5. A nice line of sailor hats trim-
|_sd with ribbon and flowers, a snap at   $3.95
Children's and Misses' Embroidered Hats In all llgh't shades
Ml    75c to $2.50
nsanitary   the  college lads having    decided    to
slaui iter house at  Port    .Moody   on ' visit their homes during the holidays.
Wednesday,  and   duly  condemned   it : The game will probably lie. played on
*r destruction, which was carried otut ' Thursday ot next week.
yesterday,
j     The
superiority     of again,
tn question the'of the
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j    Bring your old Victor gramophone
Word lias   reached tbe    provincial j records to be exchanged for new ones
lolice tbat the girl Mabel Severn win hat J.  H. Todd's music store, Colum-
eseaped from the children's home ai j hia street. **
\ ancouver has been found on the out-
Bklrts of that  city, and returned to
the institution.
donee of Mrs.   D.   Welsh,    Eleventh
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of, street, in honor of Miss Olive Shaw,
A home building shower was given
cn Wednesday afternoon at the resi-
| beding and vegetable plants.
Son.   Telephone B208.
Davies &
Captain William .Mien, master of
thje tug Winifred, whp was Stricken !
with paralysis on Tuesday, Is now well i
on the way to recovery, and will be j
able to resume his duties in the cjurse j
of the nex.1 few days.
The first senior lacrosse match of
the season will be on Monday, will
..ou be there '.'      ? **
Howard   __   Muirhea 1   for
bananas and lemons, and all
lowest prices.
oranges,
fruit at
Holiday Display oi Ladies' Hosiery
li.;..  i.i-:.- and Embroider d Lace Hose at, per pair  50c
llidies' Lace   Ankle Lisle Hose at,  per pair   35c
HubtoWen . Cashmere Hose a    ��� ������ ���:* pair 75c and $1.03
ladla* Plaid Cashmere Hose at, per pair  $2.00 and $2.25
Ladies' Li-ie with Polka dot at,  per pair   50c
Ladies' Plain  Black Cashmere at, per pair..25c, 35c, 40c, 50c and 60c
Ladies' Black Silk Hose at, per pair   $1-00, $1.50 and $2.00
Ladies'C   ored Silk  Hose at,. p6r pair $1.50 and $2.00
I 8 ���      Iin   of ladies' fine B'rack Cotton Hose, five pair for $1.00
'��� ������'���'���������' Tan l.ace Hose, per pair 35c and  50c
L I ��' Tan Cashmere Hose, per pair   40c, 50c and 60o
^''������-"!' :   l.lsV Hose, per pair     35c
Boys', Girls' and Misses' Hose in endless variety.
'dies' Hand Bags, new Linen Collars, Fancy Bows. Parasols and
I1   '-'   :' other fancy holiday requisites,   Don't forget the big sale of
'���'������*      eetings and pillow cases Remember this sale closes on
!" tarda)',   Everything at half price.
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T. H. SMITH
|��W of the Hat Beautiful THE STORE VALUE BUILT
^���e_._Kia^^^
The Pharmaceutical Association  of
| British Columbia will meet in this city
on June 9, 10 and 11, holding two or
three meetings eacb day.   The annual
I session will be brought to a close iby
a banquet.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
an l profitable to sell "13. C." and "Old
ort" cigars.
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Sapperton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashes, doors,  window frames,    etc..    phone
M175.   you will save money and  get  a  reliable job  with  the  least
eay CADDY   ���&   CO.
\
That a surface box drain is not the
most wholesome of drainage systems
is being proved by the sanitary Inspector, S. J. Pearce, who has cultivated quite a strenuous germ in the
simple waiters which flow through the
drains, too many of which are In use
still.
See our add, Alberta Hungarian
flour, $1.C0 sack, or $0,23 barrel. Geo.
Adams, Public Supply Store. **
A record for long and interrupted
service, at. the penitentiary has been
established by Patrick Smith, who Is
now on a four months' leave of absence to visit his old home in Ireland.
Mr. Smith entered the pen over
twenty-nine yea:-, ago, and sine, that
time lie has never been absent from
duty, a single day, either through illness or any other cause. He has,
however, been granted tfie annual
leave of absence each year.
Friday and Saturday only, our
entire stock of ladies' ami children's
whitewear to be reduced. The White
House. **
emove An Eyesore
Prices Talk!
Nothing gives a bright res dence a
iireater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn.    And, yet!  What is more
easing than a well kept greensward.
ittle attention will reward you
Beau Drummed garden, instead
looking for all  the world like
Buy where you get the best
value for your money.
Our stock is clean -
and up-to-date
whose marriage to F. Ferguson, of
Bellingham, takes place early in June.
A large number of friends of the
bride-to-be contributed useful and
ornamental articles destined to find n
place in the future home of the young
people.
The Holy Trinity Guild will hold an
"Empire Tea" on Saturday, May 23,
from _ to ti o'clock, at the residence
Of Mrs. J. E. Phillips, Queen's avenue and Fourth street. Silver collection at the door. **
-'���_ communication has been received
from Capt. Troup, of the C. P. R.
steamboat service, intimating that ho
will use all his influence towards securing a suitable boat for the citizen's
picnic. Captain Troup po.nts out that
owing to the C. P. H. being at present engaged in a rate war wilh American steamboat lines ;t may be a matter of some difficulty to take a steamer off its regular run for oue. clay, but
i be hopes to be able to arrange this
satisfactorily to all parties.
Root for the home team on Monday
afternoon. They don't need your help,
but they appreciate it all the same. **
In connection with the Civilian Rii.u
association the Domiuion government
will give a silver salver with th..' arms
of the Dominion engraved thereon to
each of the associations where ar"
duly registered at Ottawa. Competitions will be held and marksmenshlp
certificates awarded each year. The
rilles expected from Victoria have not
yet arrived, but are expected daily
Captain ^Annandale certainly intends
tbat his association shall compete, and
the local record compares favorably
with any other corps.
Try our special Oolong Pekoe tea, at
3 lbs. for $1.00. Howard & .Muir-
head. *��
Among the visitors to Westminster
yesterday were two men distinguished
in different walks of life. One was
John W. Pollard, who saw the city
under the cicerone care of Capt, Garland, and is connected with the meat
industry in a large way in Australia.
The other was Dr. S. D. Chown, of
Toronto, head of the Tempenanco
Moral Reform epariment of the Methodist, church. Dr. Chown had an opportunity of studying the Oriental In
his drug habits under the guidance ot
Chief Mcintosh.
New Westminster was represented
at the meeting of the 11. C. A. L. A.
in Vancouver on Wednesday by
.Messrs. Welsh, Lynch and Grey. Most
of the time was taken up with the
(vase of Winkler, who bad registered
tor tooth the Maple Leafs and Vancouver, but was brought west by lh.'
former club, however, on arrival he
was unwilling to play for them, and
went over to the. latter. As no agree,
ment could be come to, the matter
was referred to the B. C. A. A. U.,
their decision to be given by June 4.
Messrs. J. Reynolds and C. D. Peele
were appointed the official referees
tor the season. '
The most convincing argument in
favor of "B.'C." and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. ���*
Police Magistrate Pittendrigh yesterday permitted John Robert Wilsoi
to be placed in charge of Rev. A. DeB.
Owen for an effort to be made to
cure him of drunkenness. Wilson Is
the man who attempted to throw hiiu-
_-elf into the Fraser on Tuesday when
under the influence of drink. As tliis
has been his failing for some time
past, he will duly receive treatment,
and the Royal Columbian hospital accepted him later ln tlie day. Another
man, John W. Dennis, was fined five
dollars and costs for drunkenness and
disorderly conduct. A Chink operating a laundry at Sapperton contrary
to the by-law, was given a month to
. ecure another location.'
Montreal  Gets Contract.
Winnipeg, .May 21.���It is staled
here on reliable authority today that
Peter Lyall & Sons, contractors of
Montreal, who built the Canadian Pacific hotel and depot here, have been
awarded the contract for the Fort
Garry union depot in Winnipeg, to
cost in the neighborhood pf a million
, nd a quarter dollars.
I  TRAVF1-K AUCTIONEER and
VALUATOR
All
business  in  this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
on the  Market square.
PASTURE To Rent
FOR   CATTLE   ANO   HORSES
From  one  to  one   hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant grass and water.    Apply
to the owner,
W. R. AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON P.O.
S.S. Beaver
minster at  12
May 24th,  for
will leave New West-
o'clock noon, Sunday,
Chilliwack, instead  of
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
itock.
CLIBURN
S a. in. Mav 25th.
R.   H.
Rhone A2698.
Bowling Alley,
VANCOUVER   ���
Messrs. Samuel   May
P. O. Box
Ponder   St..
1185
dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
lawn
Try Kneipjft Malt toffee
The new food drink
25;: per pkg.
Small house (new) pn fully cleared
lot; with magnificent view of river
tnd surrounding country; near Sapperton car line; only $700. Abbott &
Hyde. ������
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's,
florist.   Phone 184.
the
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hut
I and
and disgusted.
We have a large
y0ll eaSiest ba" b��aring mowers yet
r critical inspection.
When    you    purchase    your
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn | Toasted Com    Flakes,   2
variety in stock, including the latest,
.nvented, and  we   respectfully  tollolt
|ft,We ^ve garden tools and implements  in  stock  calculated to.satisfy
[��������������* fastidious, a���d economical buyers.   Also an extensive stock of
pkgs. for 25c
Canned Pineapple, 2 tins 25c,
Peanut Butter, bottle ... 15c!
Fresh Dairy Butter, lb . .30ci
AUCTION SALE
By
J. TRAVERS
��� ON ���
LYTTON SQUARE
Friday Morning, May 22
r* J- TRAPP   &   CClHowardXMuirheSd
I-IARD'
WARE,
Limited
ETC.
COLUMBIA  STSECT
PURE
WERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
FOOD SUPPLY CO
BURR 3LGCK,
One heavy team, twenty-se.-en hundred weight, six And seven yean old,
Kii.rahteed sound and good workers.
We .ia/ve also a number of fresh
milking cows attd good driving horses.
Contents of household furniture, wag-
Co..
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'"oropto.
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
Hungarian Flour
$1.60 sack
$6.25 bar'l
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GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ;
AT   TME
Public Supply Stores GEOprA����AMS
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,
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Prop.
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TO LOAN
A CLIENT HAS JUST PLACED
WITH ME ��.a>00 TO LOAN ON
A FIRST MORTGAGE ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY, AT
8 PER CENT., FOR ANY NUMBER OF YEARS AND ON TERMS
8UITABLE TO THE BORROWER.
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FOREIGN LABORERS ENGAGE
IN   RIOTS AT WINDSOR
Windsor, Ont., May 21.���Demanding
an eight-hour instead of a    ten-hour
I day, and a rise of pay from f 1.75 to
! $2.25, about three   hundred    foreign
I laborers employed in shaft No. 4 on
j the  Windsor end of    the    Michigan
i Central tunnel went on a strike yes-
j terdAy.   The company refused the de-
; mands of the men. who then started
I to make trouble about getting   their
' pay.    Sergeant Nash   was    knocked
oown, but regaining his feet, drew   a
revolver and dispersed the crowd, arresting, after a chase, one of the men
who had struck him with a large cluo.
ARBITRATION   BOARD
AT WINNIPEG  DISSOLVES
Winnipeg, May 21.���Tue arbitration
board of conciliation appointed to deal
I with the Canadian Pacifie mechanics'
1 grievances on western lines was dissolved  tliis  morning,  the  C.   P.   R.
having   withdrawn  their    representative, C. P. Fullerlon.   The men asked
to have the grievances on both e^ist-
i rn and western divisions dealt with
and this the company refused. Chairman Macdonald ruled iu favor of   the
���lien and decided to proceed with the
[Investigation this afternoon.
MAY 22
CENTS A BA1
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
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Arctic  Explorer Wants $50,000.
New York,   -May   18.���Commander
Robert  E.  Peary,  who has    been    in
'Washington  and  has had a    special
| conference with   the   president,   ar-
rived   here yesterday.    He  comes   to j
get, if possible, the $30,000 which will
be necessary to take him on his ninth
expedition in search of the north pole
this summer.
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May 4th   to    ISth,
June 5th, Oth, 19th and 20th.
Toronto and return    $ 94.40
Montreal and return   108.50
Halifax and return    135.50
Chicago and return      72.50
St. Paul and return      60.00
Winnipeg and return       60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUE��ZC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim**- Tables, etc.. ad*lress
GEO. W. VA-..X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the appearancfi and more to the digestion.
Neglect Is the only cause tor the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
late.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth    $5,00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A    PROTECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
Lulu Island land Sale By-Law,
1
Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
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The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m. to   6  p.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
<:
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field {for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
ynoptis     of    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lauds In .Manitoba, Saskatch-
3\van and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2U,
uot.reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
ramily, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or les*j.
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) A homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required real-
dence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
thau eighty (Ml) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership In land will not meet this
requirement
Ci) If the father for mother, If the
father ls deceased) of a homesteader
oas 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
lUIng with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is  defined   as
[meaning not more than nine miles ln
a direct line, exclusive nf the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(5) 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
for the district of such Intention.
Slx****inonths' notice In writing must
bo given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent,
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B���Unautnorlzef? publication uf
this advertisement will  not be paid
for.
WHEREAS the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Block A
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
AND WHKltEAS the present wood-
bridge across the North Arm of
the Eraser River in the said City ol
.\'ew Westminster Is in an unsafe an I
dangerous Condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge with i
new steel structure
,\.\n WHEREAS it. is deetned advisable In the Interests of the said
Corporatlob that the said Lands should
be .ul.I and the proceeds devoted ln
part paymeni of the eosl of construction of the said steel bridge an I
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS bv tin "Ni w Westminster Act,   1888���Amendment   Act
18_!��," it is provided that the Council
of the snid Corporation may, with the
assent Of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to be first had and <.b
tained in like manner as is requisite
foi thedssuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation'on Lulu
Island with full power and fiuthorit)
to execute all deeds and Instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE thei .Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for t_ie
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corjiorate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both inclusive, in Block A of
I_ot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group Out' (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of Britisa
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the .Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyani ��� b
agreements for sale or other instruments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; provided tha*
the proceeds of any such sale or sales I
shall be devoted in part payment of
the cost of construction of the sail
3teel bridge or otherwise on Lulu Island as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2)    This By-law before    the   final "
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the ratepayers of the  .Muni- .
cipality of the said Corporation in iike
manner as is requisite for tlie issue of
debentures for the raising of any loan. '
(o) This By-Law may be cited u*1'
the- "Lulu Island Land Sale By-La*. .
1H08."
Done and passed in opt-n Council
this _0th day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 1008.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
.   day of       , 1908.
��6 held In OddfelleU- L" Ntt
*����� street, every 7* 0c,**l
at 8 o'clock. "���' Vening,
A. O. U
**y   ^    each    J^^^m
brethren cordially
Lodge room, \  o II
fellows'  block
io. j
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month.      vi_u,   i
 ciAS gy*
30URT BRUNETTE" N��  *~Z "���
-Meets tho Fourth%W?' "AF.
month  at 8 o'clock in th9    "**
block.
'"������-    Oddfellows'
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-OURT ROYALflCOLUMB,A,No.
thl.��Lod7e    G r6S,,,ar
��' �� P. m. in the f)ddfenc *
���   l month!
Hall
FRATERNAL   ORDER
Aerie No, 20
evening al  ���
OF  EAGLES,)
' Tuesday!
hall,   Columbia   street,
W.   l'1-r-.v;   II     -
Secretary.
rue
PERA��NYrAcL  TEM|J|-ARSOFTEMl
HthANCE  fi'-'     evi ,        I
at 8 o'clock  p. ,: ,       I
ha     Columbia sti -**��
sar*j OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT^.
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE   _.��l
CAMP, 191-Meets o. the]     U I
Third  Tuesday of every
K. i f P. hall.   Chief \v ���
month
'   ��-   ��- F-���Royal   City  Lodge. N0
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall toi-l
un. ia Street, every Friday eveniuj
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethmmriT
be made welcome, J, s, UwTe_ce|
-V <:.: C. I-:. Osborne, P. a, recordl
!ng secretary.
COSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE
115, SONS OF ENGLAND B S
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each _io_th
in K. of P. Hall, Columbia St. at
8 p. m., White Ruse Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,!
include the Union 1/>_g_. Nc. 9, AJ
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge!
No. 17. A. P. and A. M.: L. 0. LJ
No. 1160; L. O. L., No. 1593; Coun
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. F.; C. Ol
P., Court Westminster, N'o. 330:1
Brotherhood of Ow's. N'< _i No,
PROFESSIONAL.
NOR.MAN BOLK, K. C, EARl
rister and Solicitor. Chamft
ers, Canadian Lank of Co___o.rc<
���iiiiiding. .New Westminster, B. C
W,
A.
���YHEALLI-.R,    BARRISTER, SO
icitor,  etc.,    42  Lome Street!
opposite Court House, New w.-*.:_:-|
ster.    Phone 143.
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HITESIDB &  EDMONDS, Barri.
Columbia  street,   New    W'.stmins-.erj
W. J. Whitiside, ll. L. Edmonds.
M
City Clerk.
Mayor.
ART1N & McQUARRIE, BAKRIS-i
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
Clarkson and Lome streets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street.
Joseph Martin, K.C., W. G. McQuarrie.
Consultations with Mr. Martin may bei
arranged at the Westminster offlw
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and|
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
Ha and McKenzie streets, New WeeVJ
minster, fi. C.
NOTICE.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barret*--. Soilcitcrl
and aNotary Public, I** -iruc.ice sinosl
1891 at New Westmi*����er  Pr-  of''
fices removed to C��rtls Block,Clarkson   street, opposite   Court House-
P.O  Box 169.   Telephone 64.
Take notice that the above Is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law  which
will  be taken into consideration    by
the Municipal  Council of the City of I
New Westminster one month from the j 11/   F.  HANSFORD.    Barrister
first publication thereof in the "Daily '  **       Solicitor, etc., Crescent blod
Columbian," and "Dally .News" news- 'corner      Columbia     aud     McKen*!1
papers,   which  lirst  publication    took   itreflU, N'ew Westminster. B. 0
place on the 20th  day of May,  1908,   '
and that a vote of the electors of the | BOARD
Board of Tirade
City will be taken on the said proposed By-Law on Che 22nd flay of
June, 1908, between the hours of nine
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at tho
following places, namely, the Council
Chamber, Civic Building, (he Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DU.NCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pitnecr Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and r'ioi<i'. ".ft on alll their trains and I
give h>. i - trons an excellence of j
servi.t ,... . btainable elsewhere.
H, s. ROWE. General Agent j
' IM Third SS cot AWfr Portland. Or.
OF TRADE.���New Westfflin*
ster Board of Tirade ut- ts in ti*
Board Room, City Hall, as follows
Third Thursday of each m
Quarterly meetings on tbi
Thursday of February,
August and .November, at 8
Annual meetings on the'
Thursday of February.
members may be proposed
elected at any monthly or qua
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec
ionti,l
th-rdl
.May.
p. re-
third
Nt'W
and
jterlf
FIRE ALARM  UOXES
6���Asylum.
ft���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���FMth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hofpttal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and Shth
24���__.ird avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tentb.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Work*-
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
3�����C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bucl.lfn Mills. fRlO*
]  WAV 22. ^��8*
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOB SKfflCN,    -
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Intend Building?
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extent
_Tnere I. no time like the present" ,s an old saving but more espe.nr
It iS, however, very questionable if it
Hy does th _ apply to building operations at thii moment.    LUMBER H-\S  GONE   DOWN   to  *��  very   astonishing
remain so much lonacr     i
DON'T PROCRASTINATE until  prices go j La:;-   = also much lower and more available than it was this time last  .far. .Make inquiries and MnvirtM > our-
the prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY  FIR
just as large a frontage as you want.    If you cannot ..ford to buy lots f.i.-ing on  the  Park  look at the  back  lots.
M IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with tt/ery lot.    EA8Y TERM8 CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
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GOUDEAU S SHEEP.
It   <lal,l<r,l   Ui.   l\.fc   ��.i.l    VUI..1.-.I   .!������
VAX  �� oltr.-i.-i .
i'.-.. \/t i;,',i,*ii-.,;;   :.  .vie"���-...tri)  c'.vir-..-.
ter of Parts \-:.- om et <'.-"��� moat c��_n
flr-vi .". K.hi-n-i BUS i!>:'t over lived
There i* ;i .lo;> .*. M-B :11,.1 .1 '.T
lain black sp.-.-iiel Wh . li !.-'.:onc.l hlm
With  the  (altbtttUMM   v  th   which  Hi*
ttlatoric tittle lamb attached ifcwll i��
the htotnrie little v., >    i   ....���.'.
tiio dog la fact ��'iv o*x\   ��������� ���-.- '��� ruled.
li dawned upon ti,- Has        ewe >vf
ih.'  neighborhood  :.. il   >;.-..dean ka-d
not   paid   Ui*   dWM   .������    '''���        ������ ������'> ���������
brother "'
Hi- approached tu-.ii. (boref-ire, m *.
friendly a spirit m possibles being, ni
deed, an old acqualnt-iince, ������>���... said,
"M   Ooitdoau,  1  '.-..-.vi   n--'. .'.mi  i.i pay
ymir tn\ foe ibe spmilel"
Thi'   t'.'li.'ir...'.-.',   Was   lv.���������-���'-.-.-->' >   W'
prised, .'i* affect**, to b<v   ��� Uni do . I
you know, m\ dojir sir." h<" Mid -n ft
tone ill"  .villous (Iitnoo.   "thla  Is  ;1  .hoop
dog, useful to we in my work aad eoa
Wquently o\<-iii|ii from Ike t��S
"Hut you -ui' no _hojv_ia_nl," returaed
tbe t'i\ i:...'��� i.'i. -ysiii are a r.'<'i."
"No   sii i>tioi'.i:"   replied   tkHtdaau
"Hvery pool la :t shejibo-d   Hi'o v.m
iiiit hoard if \ 11-. i aud Dieocrima"
Vlio i'1-.'i would li.nc recited t>>����nt>
Other tunics if iho t:t\ lenlluMvr. ulnnu
ad .-ii ���nwti a 'i iplny of loarulug," bad
not ttopped hlm, "But it hvisi jtmi
have ii.. sheep," ba *it<i
"No. I tutml! iliul," sai,l (J.inili'rtv.'.
"it N bacauaa i am too poof Bol i
wlll rectify tbat,"
And ha ilid     Ni-vt  iliy   lie  ��:ii oh
Liarved   prowonadlng   tbo  siris-is   of
Moiitiiuiiiro with iiio tauia om black
���pa&leti tint wltli ii uew'oincr In the
Hhupo of  B   ii'iil. lire, wiiolly  shri'p.-
I Uiiuion Bkatob,
A Thorough Optlmiit.
"father." rnild (he mimll Imy, "-what
. w an op.ltul.fi****
".Vn opMiulsl, my ��on. In ii ninn wlii>
belleraa tin- weatbat btnaati when it;*
predtctloni aw fnvornlile nnd who eon
ttrntuliften liluisolf on Its unrollabilltj.
when Mioy nro not "   WnnhlnKton Slur.
lu Hours.
'Till, watch wlll lnsf . llfoilme,'* re-
mnrketl the Jowelor h�� Iio hnndeil DM
watch to the I'ustomer.
"NOManMlM retortod tho ollipr
"I'lin't t nee for mym-lf that It. luvjro
an num tiered?"
Not tmWitod.
Pond    Pnpn -My   bftbj   nay*   a��i"i
bright Milnga!   Dyspeptic I'm-le   ,\rt��t
)*ot you wnnt tne to liellovo In thla rot
aiwMit haradlty,  Baltltnora __o_wtfiMk
r.nri'lek trloil lo iitnillsli proloipioa
nml I'i'tlotrui'N. but tho midlen ���**. of tiia
il.iy Mrould "iot eonaeni
MAIL CONTRACT
_,     i. *.Aina Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third Sts.   Houae ia aeven room* with modern Improvements-
"'"'otoand'ho^ "-   Iiaoo.
McQUARRIE & CO. ?mLm
SI'.AI.Kli TKNDKUS, a.l,ln��i.:.(>,l io
Iho IVi'titi'ialer Mrneral. will Iio re-
Oatvad nt. Ottawa U&Ul Noon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, tor Ut**- con-
veyatlOO Ol (til _lAjMty*| Malli, on a
propoiod ooatraol for four T**t*\ mx
Union (km* wool, each wny, between the
propoaad i>��>��t otftoa at Dut_dt.na_4 ��n<i
tlllloy Slntloii. H. i'. ElSotrlo Railway,
dinliiR the* rostnutalor-Ueneral'a nloaR
ure,
I'rintod notloei oobUlnlng fuitbur
Information ��b to condltlona or pm-
iiiihi',1 eo&trtot may be seen and bliink
forin. of t.'iidi'i* ni.iy lie nliialtnxl nt
the pout offlee of New WrbIihiui**oi*
mui from Mr. .1, VVollard at nimdonald,
nnd at the Office of t.he I'ori. Offiw 1"
ipabtor,
.IOIIN It. (IHKKNFIRI.D,
IViat Otflo�� Iiiuppi'iii'
1'imt OlTleo Inapector-a   Office,   Vancou vor, H. L'., Sth Mny, 190*.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
  /
n<> tlie BoiithoHst quarter of aecubb H.
tOW&sblp 2, Now WaaUnlMUf dls-
Irlel
A c����rUneii(e of imleteanlhle title t��
Ihe above property will bo Issued to
Jlttaa O. Smith on (lie fourth day of
t ii ive, iniiH, unless In the im'sntlnio a
valid objection thereto he made to me
in writing by a person or persons
clul'mlng nn estntc or Interest therein,
or In any part thereof.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Lund Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C.i May 2, 1908.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY
Mail Service
Electne rai'.wa*
1)181    ' !:'-d by C. P. R. train at 8:35
1  tar, close 8 a. m.
S"maa
dally.
and Seattle, via Huntlnsdin
Mlllsld
Dis;.atched   by B. '
Co., 7:43 a. ni.:
Vancouver, No. L laflytaceptSW
days,   actum mall receW* "aja
Dispatched by G.N.R. '^'lin- s 4a '-ra
Cloverdale,     NU-omekl.   Pott  lWh    ^
Hazelmer.,    Hall'.   Pr*We,   B��-�� ���� 1
cord. Hlnine   and   S-attlo   (all  point.
It   1.30   p.m.   Bonacord Wednefdayi
md Saturdays.
Clayton.   Tuesdays  and   Thuradaya,
lays, Wedrresdaya and Saturd.iys.
Tynehead.    We Inesday.  and   Satnr-
Retnni ma", recalred Monday.
ie No.
1.   dallv   except  Sun-1 In   Washington  and   so
���.���r.
da v
J ���   "u|i|n.riun   [no.   i,   aany   ����*" [�����������-  ���  -
8un1ay.   Malls Received at 6:35 p.m.' cept Sunday.   Return **-
a,;  ot.    -    -'. by B. C. Electric raill����y.
I' a. ���_.:
(Hnnbiirry,     Mondays,   Wednesday..
nnd Erlrtnya;  leaves 11 a.m.
Hiirna iy    Lake.   Return    mall   at
il p.m.
Sapperton   No.   1,   dally   except' points  ln eastern  state..
laOl  ex-
received
Vancouver So. 2;  Victoria. Wo. 1;
Central   Park,   dally   except Bunday.
Return mall received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. tn.:
Last Burnaby, dally except Bunday.
Return malls received at ltlh p, tn.
Dispatched by carrier 18'no noon:     r	
Tlmborland, Btrawberry Hill,  Tut*,; ItmdaJV, Return mall 11 p
days and Fridays.   Return   meili W
calved Tuesdays and Friday*.'
All dowiT river points via Vantoivoi1,
except Bunbury.
4   ���/*   ��� t -fas;     .'      -.   ...     -)      ,:.'���"���      .    .
Dispatched by O.N. Fjier. 4 o. m.:
To aouthern   points,   tfally except
m.
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following tli It. deeds relatlmg to the aald
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Moutngue William Tyr-
wliltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas llelmeken, mortgage
In fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Hel-
meken, and Robert _Mwtt Jackson to
Heilry A. F. MaoLaod, aaalgnment of
mortgage.
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FRIDAY, WAY
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Morey s
COLUMBIA STREET
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ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the  best   quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
! Hindus furnish brothers
j with bombs for british
There's ao economy in buying
"cheap1' tait. At present price.
WINDSOR SALT cost, no
more than imported salt. It I*
pure and never cakes.
22. 1*
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.'
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring nn A 339.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Weatminater,   B   C.
Vancouver. May 21.���That Hindis
resident in ilritisli Columbia are actively assisting their countrymen *-i
home in acts of insurrection again it
the British government, is confidently
] said to be a fact by iiersons who arc
I closely in touch witb the Immigration
situation in British Columbia.
One oilier  startling fact nas  Leen
I remonstrated which is that the recent
j bomb outrages In Calcutta have been
Indirectly fathered in    Pacific    coast
J cities of the United Stales.   From In-
| vestigations made there appears to bi
j no reasonable doubt bin that Hindus
j in Bellingham and Seattle furnished U;
| their "brothers" at home with the re* IS
j cipes for the making of the bombs  $
! which were, recently used. ; >J
Aside from the evidence   collected1'J
in tliis city there is    the    additional ! >*<
tact that the traits of the Hindus are  S_
'���'
all of such a character lhat color is   V
lent to the proposition that the infer- I >J
, niation which led to the making of the | >*.
i bombs all came from tliis side of th/lISs
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1GOOD FLOUR
| at a very low
| price
I Prairie Pride
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Ladies' Dress SkirW
$3.75  Each
An exceptional offering  lte m
a certain manufacturer made up all short piec -"���
fo_*>*rwv   intri   ilrpyu   a1rfi*fa       \jn    >_
his factory into dress skirts.    He sent three dozen
:es tlf material.
���    -���- -"."a unff aozen our w,v
are glad he did.    Comparing them with our regular   I ;""' "**
them worth Jfi.OO $6.00 to 97.60 each    In  t.,ct w.���        ,    ffe   fi:"l
jv'U     COllld     *n   t
dish them from other lines if we m nol tell you    ��,        (lis-
hai-cratn   nr\A   f"hT��______   .Invnn   ��._-_��,,._ . ^  P-^Ss (jfl
tinstfl ..   ��� l0I. you
our bargain and three dozen women can procure tin. besl J
have been able to give in skirts for  a long time    Th.      m&ixi * I
each  W''ek   only
is made from No. 1 hard >J<
wheat and every sack guar- H
anteed to make lovely bread, j��{
or money refunded.
$1.60 Per sack
You are just saving 30c per
sack.
j Paciflc ocean.
j     By nature land training, the Hindus
I avoid the handling of explosives, and
\ it is  significant  that  bomb outrages j >J
j were never heard of in India befor
I this year.
Try
order.
a   sack   on    your
It is a fact, too, so   common
1
that   |
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New Things  in
with the Hindus, possesses the'information that sedition is rife amongst
tiie Hindus in British Columbia towns,
and that in their schools and meetings
anti-British sentiment is openly In-IS
culcated. J��J
While Hindus  in    Vancouver    are   B
ip-
daily going from house to house begging for money and  food,  thousands
I of dollars every month are being sent
\ from Vancouver and Seattle to India
I io friends or relatives of the men who
j are here.    This money    undoubtedly
comes, of course, from the earlier arrivals  in   British  Columbia and    the
CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
P.  S.���Don't forget  to  ask for ��*��
i.
goods given away with Whiti  ,���,
Swan,     Royal     Crown,     and  t��j
Golden   West  Soap. ���$
Bl
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Summer Coals ���
New Styles
Pongee, Popline'te, Satinet te,
Tussoae, Alpaca, are a few of
the materials   shown    in these
j)()|iular long coats for dusty
summer wear. We are . linwin:;
no two styles alike. See our
show windows for the newest
styles.
Ladies' Long Lisle Wash Gloves
50c to $1.00 per pair
A new lot of summer gloves
just in. There is going to be
a scarcity of these gloves later
on. Be wise and obtain what
you need now. We show brown,
grey, black, white and cream;
per pair 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c and
$1.00.
COSY GOLF JACKETS
For Women and Children
Tke time   ,,.. ,,,������ l
bought these golf ,���.,,.., "I
winter  use only.    Xot ���. n     I
yo" st"' them ���'���' "^ in all sj
sons and there is so need of ui
enumerating their many advad
tases. We Just mention ,J
l-l(" ^at we are showing an exi
ceUent array ol new styles suit]
aide for present wear,
Women's Golf Jacket.   t._._l
$1.50 to $5.00.
Girls' Jerseys, each $1,00 J
$1.75. "    '
Beys'   Jerseys,  each 75c toi
$2.00.
Mi-RHY WIDOW BOWS
-Many   new   gtyl |
dainty wash bows, lowly pd^jj
each 25c to $1.00.
RIBBON   BOWS.
Made mostly |n small, i ������
designs from silk and duchessel
ribbons; all colors; each 25c toi
50c.
good wages in mills and camps;  but :
il is certain tlv.it hundreds of dollars
every   week,   are   being    sent     away
while scores of the Hindus now here
are destitute and practically a charge
Colored Shantung Silks, iws season's Favorite m
Twenty-six   inches    wide, with   bright  finish  and   even   weight
throughout;  new shades of brown, light and dark navy, grey, creaml
and lilack;  per yard 75c.
State of Washington, who are rnakin-;   or> the community.
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Picture Post Cards I Westward, Ho !
W.SXollisterXCo
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
and Souvenirs at
I J. J. MACKAY y CO.
t BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
****
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: WEDDING
Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS?   We have now on
��� exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried in the city
��� We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as ai)
other lines. A piece of the Pickard Hand-Painted China will malie
a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Tl" ��*"*'
W
E are now at home in
our new offices, two
blocks farther West, in the
Westminster Trust building', corner Columbia* and
Lome streets.
EWJ&"?i_WV.
The LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
&pe-
F. J. HART & CO.
^~^N^_ Vancouvi-.
Nanaimo
JLadvsmit
Crofton
J New   Westminster,
LIMITED
Vancouver    and
Chilliwack,   B.C.
; ������-'.���-���. ���-���:-**-::-**''.^':-^
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Plans forYour Building
can be better and more quicklv
carried out if we supply ths
building materials. As we
handle only standard grades the
work is surer, stronger and goes
along without a hitch. If you
were building every day you'd
know our materials are the best
to use. Take the hint and buy
where experienced builders do,
which is here.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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Footwear
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FOR   BELLES
atjyour
\rm<?��P*s'i!iws
fi Time Is Money-Don't Travel, Just Taj
We just opened to-day a shipment of Merry
Widow Shoes.   They are manufactured by
Electric Railway Service
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min.
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
lnterurban  Line.
i
Cars  for Vancouver and    way   ,
stations will run every half-
hour   from  5:50 a. m.    Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
Sapparton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   nalt-bouriy between _._0 ...ui. and 11 p.m.
i   The Goller Shoe Co., of  Lynn, Mass. |
The reason GolJer lines are leaders is because they possess in the highest degree the
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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are as comfortable as a glove. The workmanship and finish of the Merry Widow
cannot be surpassed. Be sure you have a
pair for the 24th.
Sold only by
W. I SINCLAIR,
THE REIIABIE
SHOE MAN
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A BEAUTIFUL HOME at
Sunnyside, Port Moody. Large
eight room cottage, 31 feet by 44
feet, one acre of land cleared,
about forty bearing fruit trees,
good vegetable garden in, stable,
boat and wharf. Will sell house
furnished or otherwise. Price
furnished
$2,300
Jftt.
NOTICE.
..V;. ���::-K ���***k t st v-^^
Terms, very easy.
A good list of fruit farms to suit
all. Apply to
Edward W. Powell
PORT HAMMOND, B. C.
Tenders for Building Flsheriet C"..*|
for British Columbia.
The time for receiving tender-j4
the British Columbia Fishery t ru.��J
will  be extended from the Firs
May until the First of June next
F. OOURDBAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine ^^
Ottawa, April 22nd, 1A0S.
R, MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas aad Hot Water fillers, ����� I
R. pair, nf all kind* dven iff*1!
tention. hewer connections made. ^
Moderate Charges. P."-*-3'
Front St New Wcsttnlm^

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