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 lite, Shiles & Co.
r,Ri_ INSURANCE
rSTM1NSTER, B. C
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NUMIBB1R IOT.
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REAL ESTATE
library-^a St. Phone 85
PANS ARE
ALREADY UNDER WAY
NEW*   WESTMINSTER,  B. q..   WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 19 OS.
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i __TI1��_ mm
1KI WINS SUIT
TEN   CENTS PER  WEEK.
������ a
ANNUAL BUSINESS MELTING
liblic
|Y.   W.   C.   T.   U.  Treasurer   Reports
������Meeting Called tO Dis- |       Havn3 Small cash balance m
Hand���Elocutionary Contest.
jjsDateandPlaceofAn-i
-ual Citizens' Outing.
Al   iii
|7-e��ecl
annual business meeting uf
thel��cal '.. w. C. T. U., neld ai tbe
committee which Is   residence ol ai,,    ,
third  annual  citi-   patri. ,.  streu
���"in,  Pringle, St.
yesterday evening,   a
-h picnic hi Id a meeting last even-j nun* ��� , ������* |n westing report   ou   the
Ln-iliav-ry   representative    at-  work ,    the bocieij  mi
Ln.e.   II was    decided    that    a   -M-trtct
1 .���!,] this year and that the   cludiug
' wwch  showed a    balance    of
English Court Refuse^ to
Restrict Zionists' Operations to the Holy LanqL
PACiflC KREDS HERE
IN ANNUAL CONFERENCE
i��� be visited, be ar-
meeting    to  L*e:
Loudon, May 6.���A petition of the
Jewish colonial trust, asking power
from the court to restrict Its" operations to Palestine, was dismissed this
morning by the court of chancery.
The trust has a capital of $2,000,000,
which has been subscribed with the
Lutherans Will Hold Many
Meetings Here This Week
���Sixty Delegates Present.
pyosLEV was pleased    CLEARING BEE SOON
TO RECEIVE MAYOR KEAHV     PUT STUMPS Off LOT
Minister of  Public Works  Recognizes
Importance   of  Extensive   Im- After    Clearing      Pai'SOliage
lie,
yj ., _     meeting    to   te   ,  ,,
inoii i ������ '> ���"��� u*'-v 19, in thc' board   interest
,raje   room.     Chairman   George   of ttie banks.
Ij.,1, . wi   ai  ed by the meeting to
, j,,,- ,  rangements would be
T..v
,n deposit in one
object ol promoting the welfare of the
Today the conference of the Pa-
cific Kreds, or district, of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America,
opens in the city, Lie meetings leing
divided hotwem the St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church and the to-the mouth.
Luth. ian church across the river. Tbe! H,-'a-r S'1".
Jewish race In all parts of the world.! Picifi,  Kreds Includes Ur.tlsh Colum
ns  c.ty  and
��������� ���    ''.t.i  ami  received,  In-
the treasurer's auuuai state-
men ,
Ml-11 to   lie cn dii of Lhe uuioi
<'";, I   mi-ghl   be explained,   is1",
j ih,- managers of the trust, who were   Lia, Oregon, California and that part
supported  by  a considerable section,"'  Washington west of the  Hockie-s,
of the. stockholders,   contended   that   trom which delegates are to be pres-
the    colonization    of    Palestine    and  '��� 'ni  to the number of about sixty.
neighboring territory was  the "great!     The opening sermon ln the city will
������deal of Zionism and the only object, be preached this evening at St. Paul's
worth  entertaining."    Israel  Zangwill; hy Kev. ,1. O. liougen.  Today and on
and other dissenters Bitterly opposed   Thursday  and   Friday   morning    and
the scheme of limiMion. 'afternoon sessions will he held in the
provements on  Fraser.
I
Grounds, West End Methodists Give Parson $50.
Tin following comunnicatioa hfis
been received by Societan of the
Board of Trade A, 10. White, from
the Hon, William Pugsley, Minister
of Public Works, dealing with the recent trip nl Mayor W. 11. Keary to
Ottawa in the interest of the deepen-
ng of the Praser river from ibis city
I hi  . uuitui   ..  in i barge of the re-
cenl   silver  mi dal  conti i      ., ported
that   the   , ntertainnn nl   ha i    ni tted
t     -'      I to the obtaining of a m abou, (:i,^h money ^ de.ray
lamer this year, aud report at the   expenses, the attendance having been
...   ng.   .\n endeavor will also  less than anticipated.   V.-., next elo-
ffiade to hav, the excursion earlier   cutionary contest will take\}ace early      j,lstire Eve  ,n diamteslng the fcetl-1 church on the south side of the river
The   first    year   the   ::* September.
. Officers   were   elected   as
chartered  and  a large  p    ,.   .
 ' '"      "' '"' ""'   ing little to improve the. condition of' ing an  address will he  given  in  the,
I ihe season
(harmi'i- ��as
follow
ichoiso
vice-president, Miss l.oree;  recording
S tion. said that if he sattctloned ���   We   and in St. Paul's on Friday aud Sat-
luggested alteration he would he do-1 unlay evenings.    On Thursday morn-
fct.kr of citizens   took  the  trip  to
Limo;   last   year    the    Princess j secretaryi Mlas Mabel Bowe���   trea__
fclricetook the citizens to Belling-   ^ -   ,,,     pj.llllps.    corresponaing
but the number who desired to: secretary   Mi._ ,.,    Prlngle
I'was so large that  many  who had      Th(,  fonow-ng
lid to i  tain
an  oppressed   and   great people  out-   Lutheran  church  by  Itev.  J.  O.  Ed-
side of Palestine. wards,  nf   Everett,    on   the  subject:
  "Thy Kingdom Come."   On Friday an
Sealing Company Retrenches.        I address will be given by Rev. A. E.
,   .  .   ,    ,   , .    ., ..,. Victoria, May 4.���A meeting of the' .1.  Sanvie, of Poulsbu. Wash., on the
"' '"'     ������"������������������"���������'���'        ���' -:-':"i:    I'   'H shareholders of the Victoria Selling.first psalm ot David.      On Sunday
company was held  this afternoon    to   morning at eleven o'clock service will
superintendents   of]
it on the wharf.   Victoria is spoken   .im,   delicacy,   Miss   ,     M     Marshall;
i,   and  it.  is  possible that  distribution   ,,,    ,   , ,,    ...
ngements will be made   for   the
Miss   E.
Saunders;  lookout, Mis.   Alice Loree;
p!a,i.,ic   P, R, boat Princess Royal   v,sltIng   M|ss M_  Mar8haU
fake the trip.   Should the effort be     Tho   nex(   meetlng   of   the young
-   "ould   be   room   for| ladies  will   take,  place on Juno  2    at
the   residence  of   Miss   Row��\     Sixth
The chairman, secretary and treas-   s(rcet
iwere nil re-elected last night, G. .
Bikelev, chairman; I). E. MacKenzie,
m _J��sr_=_5. class company ooes
|��_ named: \V. A. Gilley, R. H. Ben-
. K. W, Cook, J. H. Watson, J,
���-Vidal, ,i w, Rogers, F. P. Max-
lv. I! Stuartson, R. Wintemute.
Ilk committee has power to add to
|_sir numbers.
The object of the committee is to
���Kffiale an excursion, enabling the
I*:.*-- to visit some place of interest
it eosl ;,rire once a year, the day be-
|fa. made a public holiday by the
favor.   Durin
INTO HANDS OF RECEIVER
discuss proposed operations in ; the1 be held with communion, .at which
Behrlng sea tliis season. Joseph pes- Rev. ... C. Reinertsen, of Silverton,
eowitz, a director, will go to England'. Ore. will preach. In the even".- a
to take up the question of the icon-! farewell service will be hel* ht St.
tinuance of the present regulations' Paul's, with a closing sermon by Rev.
governing sealing in Behring sea,'[with' B. A. Sand, and short addresses by
tho British government. The sliare-, some of the delegates. Gasoline
holders of the sealing company ,- de-; launches have been arranged for to
cided against sending hrm, but he In-] take those, desirous of attending the
tends going on his own account. But1 meetings across the river. These will
two schooners will he sent to Behring1 leave the C. P. N. wharf each day at
sea in addition to the four now out.      9:45 a. m. nn.1 2-.1. p. m.
1 beg to acknowledge receipt of
your favor of tbe _lst instant, andl
can assure you that it gave me greal
pleasure To receive from His Worship
Mayor Keary the representations
which he so ably put forward on behalf of the improvement of the Fraser
i.i ,er Ship Channel.
1 recognize the very groat Importance of the question and feel that,
every reasonable effort should be
made to effect such improvements as
rapidly as possible.
Yours sincerely,
(signed)  William Pugsley.
Forty members of thc West End-
Methodist church organized a clearing bee yesterday evening, meeting at
the parsonage and indulging in three
hours' manual exercise, feats ol
_ rea th .... poi formed by several
meiii.. . ol i.ie congregation who
develop, i their musalvs���by uausder-
rlng Slumps, ���nines and soil from tne
Immediate vicinity <>i the parsonage^
All-tough the majority of the willing
workers belonged to the sterner hex,,
several belies put In an appearance
and rendered valuable assistaucc by
giving sound advice to the perspiring
clearers.
Alter the lot had been thoroughly
cleared, tho workers Were served with
refreshments by the ladies, who
thoroughly enjoyed this part of the
program, Before dispersing, on behalf ot the members of the West End
congregatlpn, J. \V. MacDonald presi iTTeu Rev. F. A. Magee with a purse
Sh-areholders   Will   Probably   Get  Together and  Decide to  Continue
Manufacturing   Business.
UNION PACIFIC ASKS
SPEEDING DOCTOR SPOILS
FOR HUNDRED MILLIONS  SOLDIERS'DRILL ON STREET
At   a   meeting  of  thv_   shareholders I Harriman  Line  is Seeking    a    L_rge   Answering Hurry Call in Racing Auto-
f the Crystal Glass company, held in j
'.he. two years which   Vancouver yesterday���morn.ng, it was
H'Sf-hve been held they have proved, definitely decided to the put the cou
|lgreat success. cern In the hands of a receiver. This
 ! act.on  is  the immediate   outcome  of
the  tiling of two  writs    agaiust    the
company   by   creditors,  and has    the
|CHANGES IN INTERNATIONAL
TELEGRAPH ARE PROPOSED elect  of  waiving   all   proceedings  tor
  three months,  dunug  winch  time an
Lisbon, Maj  ;,.���The    international (Tori will be made to put the factory
Eond Issue to Resume Immediate
Developement Work.
mobile,   Surgeon   Crashes   Into
Ccmpany of Military Men.
New Voria, May u��� E. II. Hani- Oakland, Cal., May ...���Dr. O. D.
man announced today that the stock-! Hamlin, head surgeon of the Provid-
holders of the Union Pacilic Railroad ence hospital, .answering & hurry call
companj will be asked at their meet-; to. the institution in a speeding auto-
Ing at Salt Lake City tomorrow to mobile at 9 o'clock last night, ran
authorize an issue of $100,000,000 of. down company A, X. G. C, which
P_Taphlc conference was opened In on a solid basis. For this purpose itj u0���,|s. ||r said that $_0,000,COO of! was drilling .at the corner of Brpad-
I this city today.    Belgium intends    to   w.as decided to hold a meeting at the] ,nis am0unt will be reserved for issue   way  and  Twentieth street, nnd  scat-
proiwso a modification of the present
W��n of counting words whereby the
���*���        ' actions regarding   plan!-,
"emional and code language is to
' I   ind   a   uniform  ward  of
fe letter: or live figures substituted.
1   tion  already  has    met   Lies are $50,1    it is pointed out that gerated.   The maximum amount need-1 down Twentieth street and plowed in.
This
*'i:n Stn auou I  opposition   from     the
":"-"':' sts of Great Britain
md America.
County court Chambers.
���uri eiiaiiuivr.. yesti rday
foil iwlng   application
���
.���aiiiost possible date, at which it isl VUl\vv strictly guaranteed provisions' tered thp soldiers in all rTlrections.
expected thai an offer will be made fur construction and .acquisition of Three of the company, Sergt. A. H.
ti   th�� creditors to take over the as-   aew |jnes iull] additions. ] Jones and Privates S. IT. Hansen and
sets and continue the business.      , ^,-    Harriman's statement follows;'  F.   ...   Dtp-is,  were  thrown  into the
i,i,, plant of tii   Bias, company   to      "The financial  requirements of the   air and badly injured.
,   i at about $75,000 and the liabili-   Union Pacific have been much exag-      Hamlin's  speeding    machine   came
Tilting the Lid.
Bellingham.    May    5.-One   saloon       , :���;, .....  ,: ici.e,, of the faith.
keeper, John W.Rlehmrdson by name,1 ,., :,;i.vic._ ^ ^ rendered the
of the Merchants bar, on Holly street Umcll &, ^ _atmv tim<1 extendillg
.rear Bik, failed to obey the instruc-j th,lt R,,uu,lian ;in mutation to stay
t.ons of Prosecuting*Attorney Perlnger! ln thlfl cltv auothcr y(,ar George
and   conducted   his   place  of  business   ^^ A   ���arrtman aud Beveraj oth.
ors also spoke briefly of the arduous
work which had been carried on by
Mr. Magee. whose devotion to the interests of his charge had attracted
the attention of all the members ot
his congregation.
In  replying, Mr. Magee stated that
whal  little he had dome had been in
a great measure due to the splendid
support he had always received from '
 , the congregation of West End church,
, whoso  enthusiasm    in   the   cause  of
Three Persons Seriously Injured When   mthQi[am ha(, brCn wol, CXPmpli,ft<?a
in a semi-open manner on Sunday, or
at least this is the Information contained in a warrant for his arrest that
has been issued by Dep-ity Prosecutor
Llvesey.
EXPLODING RELIC OF
CIVIL WAR DOES DAMAGE
F'.ve-inch Shell Explodes in the
Armoury   Hall.
that  evening  in  the clearing  of  the
i lot surrounding his home, which hnd
  been, since  the  buiMIng of the  parsonage last summer, badly in tfStMLflit
Riverside, Cal., May 5.���A five- inch: j���st nUC\^ strenuous exertions as h.ad
snell, relic of the civil w.ar, exploded; just  been   witnessed.     In  conclusion,
m   Armory   hall,   seriously   injuring I Mr.   Magee.    expressed   his   heartfelt
'three persons and damaging the walls, thanks for the kind gift with whieh
aud ceilings of the building.                : he had just heen presented
The accident occurred alter a sup- , ���'	
per giveu  bj   company    M,    of    thei
National guard.    Tho guests, who in-   ELECTION  BRING3 ELECTRIC
eluded members* of a Los Angeles,
stock company, were sitting about-
the lire in the grate when the shell
near by  exploded.
Fragments ol the shell damaged the
walls and celling of tho building.
COMPANV TO NEW TERMS
Valdez, May ...���Au application for
,i new electric light franchise for the.
town of Valdes has been made by the
Alaska    Water,    Light    &    Telephone
  company.    A tight was made aCT.'nt
DIVER BATTLES UNDER j existing high  ilghl  prices at    the rt-
WATER WITH SNAKES   .cent election, as   i  rr��sult of  which
 ��� thu  company   is  applying   for  a  new
t'hicagu, Ma.. 5,   A dispatch to   Lire  'innchise In which a slight, reduction
Tribune from Cincinnati. ()., says:       ' of rates is made.     ,
William McNeil, of Brooklyn, N'.V.,;     The proposed ordinance    giants    a
hou ��� the property have to be sold,  efi at this time to put the company in  to  the company drilling in  antic pa
.,,,,    ,voui(j   nd    reclizS   this funds does not exceed $25,000,000, but   tion of the parade, on the fleet's a-r-1 a professional diver,   tiad   a narrow| franchise for   a term   of twenty-fii*.
anl0lmi and    ���    creditors Wi Hd 'osc,: tvo want to resume development and' rival, before he realized that the men   escape   from  death  yesl  rday
���
i Irani pn siding:
ir judgmeni i
>'i   weeks gi /en and ten
Ti Ul]  to  stand     to
.).   it.  Qranl  tor
ide foi d. i u  .
as  if they  took over the busi-j put our peo*l    to work.    In no event,  were In the street.
ng m   (]���- sum   of $25,000 however, will over $50,000, ) of thi 	
(lil , ,1,,. bank . they woulial Ijonds      i    led againsi the propertl      SMALL SHACKS GUTTED
to make moneV, tor th   reason  now owned.    Instead   of mortgaging
aothln      ul  lack of funds pre- new lines as constructed or acquired
I   ,,,  ,ii; |        from being  i good  andsthus having separate mor   agi
n    a   years and binds the city  to purchase
battle under water with a dozer* big all  Its lights ."fpm  the company  for
bull Snakes and may die   from   the] thai   time     The  franchise  price  for
bursting of a blood vessel. j tingle  lights I  stlio same  as is now
BY  FIRE  IN  SAN  FRANCISCO       McNeil  is  showing al  Chester park,   In  effect;   *,2  a  month     for    all-!...*-..U
  - hi., exhibition (xtnslBtlng of a diving  lights and $l.B0amonth tor 10 o^Tbck
San    Francisco,    May 5.- Propertj   tent, accomplished with the aid uf a  and   residence   lights    of    l'.'>ci-
ar6 Qiiiey     i   dlfterenl   divisions, it   is   deemed   and mei         I   e to the value of $2uD.- weighted belt around his    ody, and a power,  i.m  a  reduction  on  a  sliding
[fn Evans  Coleman & Evans.      besl   to provide In one nion                   i     troyed laBt night by a fire mimic   battle   wiih   snake,   thai   are scale I   made for an iner. tt,ing num-
future extensions and n w lines.   The           i started al   L0 o'clock    from   a le'l Into the water after he has    re- hey of Nights.
i meeting Is a preliminary step-to put   chimney In th   kitchen,of the Men    ie en   fl   th    "b.     .    new    attendant	
the company in a position to take ad    i    tauranl  on  <'. arj   street, and de blundered  and  treed  the snaKea  loO
i .                       ..ior,..   wood n goon,   The weight ol tho r ptlh . and
Di owned When." Ferry Caosi-.es
L   ton,   I. C., Ma; ���      .,   ,.    , ���   ,,,. favorable opportunll
To cane l p'.an  lo , his Ufa wink- cro ���   ! ������" ��� ���, ,..,,.,,. additional capital to the b<   '
��aj  11, 1908, a' ii ii.*....   river with the ferrj  n i    '   '   ���eB" advantage."
m court of revision and day morning,    He had     load of hay -  _ _
irnfhent. Adjourned  ,     ml, and the ����� ^..^S 1nd1ans Will hold
rv to list and ' rentu ill..   I ou
lints A Ijounde i b)
\l.,r;>. i  a,if >������ arj  an i Keai a .. and
���   avonue.    Dm ing th
��� ��� i...   au em  loyi,- of the I iii i
thc hell ke il .cNell under water
1 ��ugh be inr-'-i, ii violently to rls ���
rhe spectator looltn fl on Innocent ly,
ii leving ih i w ro watchtng the or-
CALL.FOK   MONEY  BRINGS
i Uiii il OiviiiNiOUa.  !ilLLNCc
v to be fixed by Judge  lh
wrman
A. Whealler, '*w
K...C, for appollant.
fi rr;,
turtle,  precipitating
water.
hi ..
into    the
BIG  DEMONSTRATION
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"This Is My 55th Birthday"      \
Philander C    Knox.
1       -b'r C.  Knox, United States senator from Pennsylvania a
���"'""l !'.v the Republicans of that state for the Presidential ni.mn.a-
'"' KM ho,-��� In Hrownsvlllo, Pa., May 0, 1853.   He received his edu-
'"""1 I" Mount. Union college, Ohio, from which institution he gradu-
'" 1872.    Thro., .__H liter ho  was admitted  t�� the bar and  be-
ippolnted  as-
district     of
I    fi
I
Three years later he was admitted I
8an the practice of law In Pitts'mrg.    In   1876 he was
United States district, attorney  for the western
"'""���^viintn, which position he resigned at the end of a year to re-
j ;"""   ''is legal   practice.    The law firm of which he was a member
S .'"'':,""! ��HQ of the most prominent in Pittsburg, representing the ln-
I ,!r"s^ "f maily 0* lhe large industrial corporations of that city. Tor
% I' '*"1"'1*'����� "f a century or longer Mr. Knox took an active Interest in
| ," RePubilcan politics of Pittsburg, bul never sought public once,
I 'V901' "P��n "ie earnest, solicitation of lhe president, Mr. Knox Mil
| ",V:"" Hte and accepted the position ..r attorney-general In the can-
S ':;'  ' r President  McKinley.    A few years later he was appointed   0
j ,V 'll" va"!""'y in the United 8tat��8 senHtorshlp caused by the ib-atn
8 ', S"""'"  '-Mav and In 190G Senator Knox was elected for tne n
�� "'fin.
-:.
Vancouver, May 5. ���Before Chief
Joe eapilaho and his party of twenty
representatives of the Indians of the
province start for Ottiawa on May 25
to interview Sir Wilfrid Laurier as to
iheir rights, there will be a grand
demonstration in Vancouver. Chief
Joe called upon the mayor this morning to explain what he wanted. The
program includes a procession of all
the chiefs and their followers, wTIo
will le at the conference to be held
.across the inlet prior to the departure
of the party, from the ferry wharf to
the Cambie street grounds. Here the
main demonstration will occur, consisting of old time dancing, singing
and speechmaking. The procession
will th-en proceed to the depot to bi.
the dftputatloTi farewell,
fni!B"!!^^^
Return to London.
London, May .-..���King Edward and
Queen    Alexandra returned to   Lon-
rton    yesterday   from   their Scandinavian tour.
N n Vork, Mu> ���>. Joseph Cavett
i L,ondou, >,a.. the principal spaakat
. msfei company! whose Identltj Isjdtnary performance, until a physician at a m - Ing of tha Federation of
yet in doubt, attempted to enter tHejaaw blood Rowing from the man's American -Honists at Clinton hall last
establishment,  which  faced on Grant  mouth.       ' night.-   He painted a glowing picture.
avenue, and was   overcome    by    ilie  ��� i of a Jewish "world power" in Palea-
smoke.   He was taken to the lttSSDtfS!,  Canadian boundary tine, and wa   repeatedly cheered, tint
and is in a serious condition. TREATY IS RATIFIED   when he called upon his hearers for
The buildings, which wore    erected  ; contributions   in  dollars    and    cents
for the most jfctrt on the Blytbe estate Washington, May 6.-*-Th,e Chnadlan fthere was an ominous silence. Mr.
property lifter the big fire In 1906, InWrnational boundary treaty was Cowen spoke against the marrT*rge~<_.
were of small vain-. \ ratified  yesterday  by the    senate    in  Jews with persons of other religions.
  (executive session.   It provides for the  He 8[l'd  the Zionist movement    ���***>__.
CANADIAN TRIP  IS mora  complete  definition  and  demar-   boater than a religious one,    for   it
PLEASING TO PRINCE   |.���iu>n   of  the  boundary between  the
United States and Canada, btjt doca
not change In any way the understood
existing line.
London, May 6.���The Prince of
Wales, presiding at the dinner of the
Colonial Institute, in the course of a
long speech referred with pleasurable
anticipation to his coming visit to
Canada and expressed regret that time
would not permit him to extend the
visit beyond Quebec.
One Cent for Drop Letters.
Ottawa, May B.-���Postmaster-General
Lemieux   gives   notice of a bill   to
amend the pott office act to provide
for th* restoration of the   one-cent ( and are assisting liberally both finan
daily end otherwise,
WINNIPEG WOMEN
RAISE Y. W. C. A. FUND
Winnipeg, May B.���Tho campaign
. starred yesMNay by the Mies ot
Winnipeg ti raise $76,000 for a Toting
Women's Christian Association building Ir already an assured success.
The business men of tlM city are
taking great interest Jo the   project
drop letter rate In cities.
"*�����* ���        -    /
waB a national movement. The speaker
was Introduced as n second Moses.
SHOTGUN3 U8ED IN THE
COR8ICAN ELECTION*
Ajaccio, Corsica, May 5.���The e*-
cltement In the elections atr the ell*
lage of Uizzl on Sunday developed
into a pitched battle. The rivfal
partles ranged themselves Into
camps. They are now armed
shotguns nnd keep up a frequent _bex
The number of victitnw l�� *|
but It is believed that
been killed or wound*.,
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Monument Will
Mark Site of
Old Fort
Vancouver, Wash.. May 6. ��� The
-exact spot on which stood old Fori
Vancouver, founded by the Hudson's
Hay company iu 1884, was located de-
Baitely Wednesday, and it is proposed
to erect thereon a monument com-,
mamorating the prominent men and
the most significant events of- lhe
early days.
The site of the old fort was located
by Captain Bradley, of the barracks;
George Jl. Hlmes, assistant secretary
Washington .State Hlstorlqal sociuy.
n_ W H. Gilstrap, secretary of tho
Washington State Hortical society.
Among some old records recently'
found was discovered an old map. and
it was _rj' means of this map that they
ven able to locate the exact spot'
where MfcLoughlln had his fort, almost
.'i century ago.
-Flirting" With Brook Trout
If the fanner boy Is more successful
ln his catch thau the city fisherman It
Is because he realizes the advantage
of hooping out of sight. Of course the
supposition is that other conditions are
equal. Familiarity with a stream often has much to do with the size of
the string. Trout especially love to
hide under wooden bridges, water
soaked logs, branches, etc. They seem
to realize that safety is found in such
places. When the current will not take
the worm to these spots one must resort to "flirting." This la doue by
holding the hook lu the left hand and
bending the pole until the tension is
sufficient to throw the worm over tht_
spot. Considerable practice Is necessary to make the bait land exactly
where.lt is wanted, but "flirting" is an
urt well worth acquiring.���Circle.
Wholly Lacking in Public Spirit.
rhe Prince Rupert Empire thus re-
l...kos .some of the two-by-four citizens of the coming city: "There are
;t dozen people engaged iu business in.
Know ilie," some of whom claim they J
._:\. making $25 a day, yet thej are
_a lacking tn public spirit that their |
customers are compelled to walk on
��� one-plank sidewalk that was iaid
by Uie man who ran a boarding house
for the clearing contractors. None of
these dozen -business' men have paid
a dollar to secure a location to do
business on; none of them are paying
a dollar, directly or indirectly, for the
privilege of remaining on the ground,
if Prince Rupert is to be a city, its
people will have to be of a different
liind from those who are now doini
business in 'Knoxville.' "
Valorous.
An old time lord mayor of London
whose sporting experience wa.s limited
rode forth one day to join the city
hunt ln the fields about Marylebone.
Placed by his escort under a tree, his
lordship heard the hounds give tongue
In the distance, and the sounds grew
louder and louder till one of the city
scouts shouted out, "The hare comes
this way, my lord." The lord mayor
rose to the occasion, and, drawing his
sword, he exclaimed heroically: "Let
him come! I thank my God I fear hlm
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Russell.
C. Beveridge, Vancouver.
P. Dickson, Vancouver.
Simmons, Vancouver,
Pergle, Vancouver,
n. Jaques, Vancouver.
H.  Crosble, Vancouver.
K.   Suckloug.  Vancouver.
T.   ChiSaioim,  Vancouver.
H. Bucklin. Ithaca. X. Y.
ML.   llcss,  Vancouver.
Miss   Baker,   Vancouver.
R.   P.  Baker. ,\"fw Denver.
Windsor.
Raswlll, Toronto.
Ross. Vancouver.
Hougen, Tacoma. Wash.
Scroggin, St. Paul.
Bonney,  Seattle
Broiler. Bellingham.
S.   Dandas.  Chilliwack.
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in either oar standard
b:..ck opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Iran.patent. _s desired, either in
t'lain or engraved linisb.
a�� preferred.
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Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic Bldg..
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LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
During the last five years in .N'ew
Tori. c_ry 503.714 tenants have gone
"nto uew flathouses.
A i the present rate of Increase there
���will be 8.740 more births in Xew York
���itty than there were in 1906.
.Real estate values in New York city,
���C-a.nilng to the assessment figures, are
Increasing Jl,096,970 eaeh day.
There Is a daily average of -me and
on-half deaths In .New York city
chargeable to Injuries inflicted by other persona.
Xew York city's foreign population
ts led by the Germans, with abont
825.000; Ireland comes next, witb
about 278,000. and Russia third, witb
��� bout 16B.000.-New York Herild.
The Social R��an��.
"I suppose." said the old tine friend
"tSwt your folks no longtr t*el tb.
tairJety about social mattsrs thnt the*
st^ee experienced."
"la. "tnpy do," answered Mr. Cum
'  r*x: "mother an' tbe girls are now ai
:   busy keepin' other women out of
'  ele*-* ts thi*y once were gettin* la
���**��������" -Washington Star.
Gregariouv
"micre's room nt the tep. you know."
".Tliank you.   1 prefer company."
Re the southeast quarter of section 11,
township .. New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
James G, Smith on the fourth day of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,  -New  Westminster. B.C., .May 2, 1*408.
Certainly.
'What Is woman's greatest trinlT'
"That's dead easy.   Man."
PERT PARAGRAPHS.   I
���Grumbling Is a successful method
socio people have of attracting atten-
aMOU.
Ile  who never takes the first  step ,
won't lose out In the race.
Tlie man is a genius who always sue- ,
te*>iH tn living beyond his Income.
Meals ami aspirations would he all
eight If tactless friends wouldn't ex-
pe<_t one to live up to them.
Tlie woman who hits a man belonging
"to her lias a sort of superior pity for
��� Un* woman who hasu't.
One of the plt.isnntost things iu llf*
ts finding nn affinity who bas money to
lou 11
Be isn't always the best man wbe
.geti*' the \"0 of every tiling.
i iie person or persons    having    In
��� ; custody or possession the. fol-
towlng title deeds relating to the said
, r iperty are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1SS4���Charles Robert
Culverwell to .Montague William Tyr-
whltt Drake, Robert EOdwin Jackson
and Harrj Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
in fee.
January 0, 1SS6���.Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage,
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
Agent.
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Tweed Sailor Suits I
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Better goods from $3.75 to ��6.00 the suit
Wash Blouses, Wash Suits,.
Play Suits (combination) 75c
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Front Street    Trust Block
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Etght street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.   C.       i
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
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���rltlsh Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S- Princess May.
Princess May leaves Vanrouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 21 and
April 4.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
SS   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- dally;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. dally.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver S a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
. Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m- daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. dally except .Monday.
Leaves Seattle ll-.::0 p. m. daily except Monday; arirves Victoria " a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and Uth
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month  for Quatsino and  way  ports;
20th of each month for .-.hctiset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30   p.m. dally,
.xcept Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leave. Nanaimo at
1 a. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and IS'h;
from Vancouver at S o- tn., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
aSkidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 a.m. ever,-
Thursday. Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;-at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lndysmlrtt.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
arrd Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Stealher Transfer leaves New West-
miaster -Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional, trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. -Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
.5  p.m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-:
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For   reservations   and   ���ntorm'.Oot
call or address
EO. GOULET
Af*n.   New Westm."-.*"
��:. J. CO Vi
_����t. Gen. Pass   AK'int, Vancouver
J. W. Ti.OUP.
Oeneral Bni_>rntendent. Victoria
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Lav in the Ye_"
BETWEEN
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Embodies the newest and best idea.
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16 section sleeper., luxurious dining
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modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7W Second Avenue. Seattle, W*ih
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Fruit Ranches!
Ten acres convenient to town.    All   slashed;   no  buildings;  good |
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All
two room house;  small garden and chicken house ana run  splendid!
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION MT COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE)
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���
'Phone   105.
NEW ISTIN
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from   Ceo. Adam*, Croc.r
Ladies' Gold Watches trom $12.76 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
race, $6.00. j
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
:ase, $7.50 >jp.
Agent for the celebrated South fiend
.Vatches, supplied   to   the    Wellman
Arctio Expedition.     _1 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    ensrges   reasonable.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS,
BOOKING TO AND FROM AN?
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRS
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS 0F|
FICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Kmpresseaj
.May 1st.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P R Agen'.l
CanadianPacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May  Ith    to    18th,
June 5th, 6th, 10th and 2bili.
Toronto and  return   ? 04.40
Montreal and return    108.50
Halifax and return     I'lo.BO
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,
��sst. Genl. Pass. Agf��� V-anrouver.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, ftr.
R-pairs of all kinds jjiven special attention. Sewer connections made
M.derate Charges. Phone  A 37?
Front St. New Westminster
Northern
Pacific
Three
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Travel on the Famous
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Electric-lighted train.   Low Kstes.
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Steamship  tickets  on  s.ie    to a"|
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round  Trip |
Rates  to  Southe'-n  California
For fu!l informauon call on or wrM
C. E. LANG. General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. <-���
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portlanl. Ore,
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver. [
Japanese Labor Contractors j
New Westinln.ti-r branch P. 0. [
Hox  f��45. '
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FOR EIG RESULTS
NEWS 5j����v,
wrrmrTTrtm
Would YOU Know  | J
hov. to lo"k as "SpiC .and_Span" as 0ne of th*    fash.on    plate
.iris,
dainty
by having a pretty  BLOUSE and  nicely hanging   SKIRT,
COLLAR and ne_t BELT ?
We will   show  you   how   to   dress and   at  a   very   mode
rate
cost.
AT
The White Hous
A. j. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Accou
TH]! NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Th*
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
vou to join the lar^e number of satisfied Di positors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money whore it i.s accessible when vou require  it
BANKING RY MAIL A SPECIALTY
.START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster, Branch.      f. b.  LYLE,   Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried 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
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lAChance of a Lifetime!!
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Ten acre chicken ranch near Chilliwack,
with 5 - roomed cottage, barn, and
chicken house; all cleared; excellent
water. To be let, free of rent for one
year, to responsible tenant.
P. PEEBLES
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A good sot of teet.i contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the appearance nnd more to the  digestion.
Neglect Is tho only causi for the loss of
ti eth, Come to us NOW. I fore lt is too
late.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
Full  Set of  Teeth        $5.00
Bridgework   (pep tooth)     $5 00
Gold   Crowns         $5,00
Gold  Fillings       $1.00   up
Platina   Fillings       $1.00
Extracting      50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A    PRO
TECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6   p.   m. Phone   2229
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Chicago, "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains   in   t.ie   service   on   any
railroad  in  the  world that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Railway.    They
own and operate their own sleeping
and I'ini-r. -: ts on alll their trains and
give   hv i    _��� itrons an excellence of
tervi.i   i.. . btainable elsewhere.
_���]. ��. ROWE. General Agent
t34 Third &u. cor Alder. T��o��tI����\d. Or.
QOOKSLEY'S
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
T�� Prepara Pici_)t >d rig*' !���><.��.
Clean and scrape thoroughly ten ot
twelve pi|,'s' teet, souk in cold wates
tor nu hour, then scrape ngaln. Place
In a large kettle with two tablespoon
fills of suit nnd Six quarts ot _>oil!t_|
tviiter and simmer gently for fouj
hours or until tendor. Pack In a _ton��
jnr while hot, laying some of the feel
In first, then n few slices of onion, th��L
more feet und more onion, unii so on
nut 11 nil the feet have beeu used.
Place two quarts of vinegar tu a separate saucepan over the fire, with oue
Quart ef the broth lu which the feet
have been cooked, half a dozen cloves,
a half teaspoonful of mustard, a tabl��
spo mful whole peppers, two bay leaven
and two tnblespoonfuls of sugar, Bring
to a good scald, pour over the pi^s' feet
and Rei Ihe Jar away lu tt cool place
It takes several days for the feet to
become pickled. Pigs' feet prepared lo
this way may be split ln two, wiped
dry, nipped In melted butter, then In
broad, Indian meal or cracker crumbs
and brolle6 for four minutes on each
side and served with sauce piquant or
dipped In frying butter and fried In
butter.
Garnlahee.
Fried sausnge or forcemeat balls for
roast turkey, capon or fowl.
Fennel for mackerel nnd salmon, et
ther fresh or pickled.
Lobster coral and parsley for boiled
flRh.
Currant jelly for game; also for custard or bread pudding.
Seville oranges. In slices, for wild
fluck, pigeons, teal nnd such game.
Mint, either with or without parsley,
for roast lamb, whether hot or cold.
Pickled gherkins, capons or onions
Tor some boiled meats, stews, etc.
A red pepper or small red apple fot
the month of n roast pig.
Spots of red and black pepper alter*
anted on the fat side of a boiled ham,
which side should lie uppermost on the
serving dish.
Sliced eggs, showing the white nnd
yellow parts, for chicken salad.
Kitchen Help*.
Carrots should be cut In slices Instead of cubes, because the outside
darker part Is richer and better, and if
_nt In slices it Is more equally distrlb
u ted.
Bacon should be soaked In water fo��
three or four minntes before being
fried to prevent the fat from running.
I�� order to prevent rollk from burn
:ng while being boiled rinse the .sauce
pan thoroughly with cold wate-*- and
rub It with a little fresh butter before
pouring in the milk.
Breathing Plants.
Plant, give oil carbon dioxide
just as a man does when breathing.
Professor J. R. A. Davis describes
an experiment in which a growing
plant is placed in a glass jar jurat
large enough to cover it, the jar be
ing sealed with a grea.ed glass plate.
The jar is then put in a dark place
for a time. When opened a lighted
match plunged therein will be extinguished- .howing that tlie plant
has used up the oxygen in the jar.
If some limewater lias been left in
the jar. it will be found to have turned milky, which shows that carbon
dioxide lias been given off by the
ol au L
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
Alberto Franehertl Is writing an ftp
era, "Marie Antoinette."
George Schumann hns completed m
piano quintet that will soon recelTe Its
first performance In Letpslc.
Oabrlel Pierne's musical legend. "The
Children's Crusade," wlll be performed
In a number of cities during tbe ��e��-
eon.
Francesco Ollen. composer of "Adrt-
enne I^couvreur," hns completed another opera, which benrs the title
"Gloria."
A new turn Is going to be given- to na
old phase of the racing play. A drain-
atlsatlon of "Tho Wire Tappers" is rathe stocks.
Mrs. RomualdO PiK'heoo. the author ot
"Incog." is the wife of an ex goversioT
of California, and her elever play lias
been desi rlbed ns a comedy of errors
with thr,.,. Dromlos instead of two.
In tli,- playing of the role of Join;
the Baptist lu the play by Herman
Suderinaii K. II. Sotheru follows out
the Biblical and historical traditions
and appears dressed in a camel's skin.
Percy C. Williams announce:, thnt he
has closed arrangements with Miss Mn-
rie Dressier of Joe Weber's company to
play eight weeks' iu his houses. be*
ginning as soon as the road erignpe-
ment of the Weber company '.a co��_-
pletoil.
ENGLISH  ETCHINGS.
A regulation posted in the royal
courts of jostles In London states Qm|
"fmoklng .-ind dogs shall not be stllotr-
ed In this building."
Pupils in the English national schools,
are being taught the American cu_*toi__
of saluting the Hag. But they do ��_i
on national anniversaries only.
Within easy reach of the bed in thf-
Ring's saloon carriage Is a handle on
the floor, by pulling up whicb hl-
majesty Is able to apply the brakes to-
the whole train at any moment.
The Pall M.iU Gaiette suggests *
cheap way of (safeguarding a letter���
namely, putting Insufficient postage oo
fvj* "r,"'ie postoflice," says the Gazett*.
'^-���_w loses a letter whicb Is insnrfR
Clently stamped."
The body of Geor_-��.  Penn, a I.ondoro
dog fancier, was followed to the grave
; by four fine bull terriers.   They wore
' black coats, on which were the words
! hi white letters, "Following our mee-
tor to his last resting place."
Those who have no friends In Los.
Oon an,1 complain of Its great loneTV
ness r.^w have a club nil to tbemselve*.
I The new organization is called, the
I Eligible Social club. Its object ls te
bring together men nnd women whe
are lonely. A vocalist nnd a play-
Wright have applied for membersblpi
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-i.t
On Sale at���
Morey't    Bookstore    and,
at Gamon's Cigar Divan
��*"Ad*.ertIse the town we lire in ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi-r
friends.
TAKE
Tradc Marks
Demon*
. . . . COeV-UOHTB Ac.
An. one tending ��� _ket_h Mid deecrlptlnn ui��y
..._..,_.   ,..���_alal.. ...    f|>U0  WhflMl.T   AD
lo,   Commtmlrj..
BOOlf on Patent*
oulckl. Bicertaln our opinion free wh  ���
fnrentlon ii probably t>font��bjgrcoi_i_iinic.-
ttoniMrtotly confidential. HANDBOOK on ���
pent (roe. Oldeet aBoiicy for lecuruiapet*'''*
Patent* taken tFinpuirh Munn * to. receive
tprclal nolle*, without otiarge, lu the
Scientific BiKifcan.
A handsomely Ulnrtrated weekly. Latfeat circulation of fcny eelentlflo journal, 'i'eruia for
Canada, 4.UR a year, postage prep* Id.   Bold by
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
ior CONRAD, CARCROSSV ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
���Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
������xpre.s and freight connect with
���tage. at Carcross and White Horse,
���nHtntaining a through winter serfice.
Foi information apply to
L  H   ROGERS, traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS! WtaS-SMfe1
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
GILLETTS
ABSOLUTELY PURE
%��-fE_A_rl
TARTAR.
Marty all foods in this line at th*
present time ere adulterated and in
/tot unfit to us..
GILLETTS ia used by tht best .alter* aed
caterer! everywhere.
refuse  ���uaariTWTCs.
GILLETT'S costs no more than th. inferior
.dult.rated good*.
��� KPuac   eueiTirurci.
E.W.QILLETT IfXttl
TORONTO. ONT.
New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF REVISION.
SHORT STORIES.
Over 4,000.000 false teeth are man��*
.actured annually in the T.nlted t?tatc_
On each ilay In tbe year there ii* m*
average of twenty-one aliens dt _iarre��*
from entering the port of Xew York.
It Is not an uncommon thing for nuggets of solid silver to be taken ont of
the mines at Cobalt, Ont., weighing:
from 300 to (SCO pounds.
At a comparatively recent period.
geologically speaking, all that por_c**p
of the United Stntes south of the Black
Hills wns under from 000 to 900 feet ���_J
water.
The Women's Christian Ten_pera*_H_i
onion recently sent to the captain ���_.
the Connecticut 700 "comfort bags" few,
the sailors. The bags contain a BlWet
oeedles anil thread, comb and twt__db
and many other handy articles.
Captalu John P. Wood of Provtnce-
town lately captured a blue shark st��
feet four inches long which had a vessel's mast hoop fonrteen Inches In d>
ameter around Its body between ttw
dorsal and ventral fins, where lt bud
cut an Inch into tlie flesh of the dot-sot}
On, and the wood was half won
through.
Fine Sense of Propriety.
"Have you any Rlcl_ardsonur.e��T""'
asked the quiet looking stranger of _>���
salesman Id the bookstore.
"Rlchardsonar.es?" queried the wilei-
man, with a puzzled look. "Er���I U_5____
not. Oh, you mean dictlonarieft1."' _���
said as the eye of the stranger rested
on a pile of Standards and lnternatloo-
6.1s.
"Perhaps that Is what you call thein.*"
said ihe stranger meditatively; "to_V
you see, I am uot familiar enough wttfc
'em to call 'em Dick."
Thought He Vat Karmleti
"I understand you met Jones tp
saloon last night and bought a
from him for about half Its valtt* "
"Yes, I got a good bargain."
"lt la a shame to take advantage
a drunken man."
"I didn't know he wit loaded."
Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 11)08 has
been returned to me, and remains In
my office, where it may be inspected
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the court
of revision.
The first sitting of the court of revision on the said assessment roil will
be held at the city hall, In the said !
city, on Monday, the 11th May next,
at 10 tfclock in the forenoon. Any
person Intending to appeal against
the assessment must do so in writing,
to be tiled with the city clerk At least
seven days before the first sitting of
the court ,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
n����v Hall, April 7, 1908.
Saw It Pint.
Althouch the day la biasing hot,
I know a quiet ahaded spot
Where M la cool.the whole day th
Bat the aoaqultoea know It too.
Progression.
"How is she getting along with
ley?"
"Quite rapidly.   She calls him try
Irst name new."
"Hopes to call herself by >tla ',
oame later on. I ureaum*"
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Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, .N'ew Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY,   MAY 6,   1908.
COARSE WORK.
"When you have no case, abuse tire
plaintiff's attorney," is evidently the
motto which, at this/particular lunar
interval, our sorely beset and dis-
* caught local evening contemporary
,ieems to be highly honored and honorable in  the observance.
For coarse, vulgar and demeaning
���exemplification of this motto, betraying the consciously whipped canine
of fhe "lesser breeds," commend us
to tue Billingsgate outburst of forcible���feeble "bad langwidge" and 111 -
tempered, puerile undignified abuse
poured upon the devoted head of this
pa-xT by the leading editorial writer
of the evening luminary, last night.
According to this gentlemanly (?)
and veracious (?) daily detainer of
Canada's most eminent, high minded
and universally honored, statesman,
thy Daily News is one of the ' things '
that "happen in the night" in New
Westminster, aud is in the habit of
"leaving sample;, of this thing at the
doors of unsuspecting and unoffending citizens."
Furthermore, it is a "campaign
sheer" and has printed a dastardly at-
;.!<..-: igainst a Provincial Government
official (which the Provincial Government apologist, answers���very convincingly���by a.using the News)!
On uothtag be done shrieks
hystericus, to stop profane hands being latd upon the sacred Provincial
Government, its off.cials and 'nstiiu-
iions ? and he bethinks himself "unfortunately" of a certain "police court
record of an attempt to suppress" tne
utterance of our unpleasant truths by
an action for criminal libel against a
former editor of this paper, ;n which
the editor St the Columbia:! figured aj
prosecutor���and funked insloriously
when it came to pressing his charges
before the Supreme Court.
The editor of the lunar satellite improves the occasion in a liiTTe boost
��� -��� nisi is .v.id.. defeated Con-
ser*.ativ< candidate I r the Commons
by turning hi. nasty squirt-gifn for a
shol against -Bob" Jardine, his op-
ponent in the field whom he. says is
"the mainspring of the enterprise*^���
meaning the News. '
���    Qder who   bis j. i,>. Taylor, editor, is, who Ls evei         y do.ng tae
������-. ring .    ard act in
the Celum'.-.u (or J. D. Taylor, Con-
��� ���   i_ candidab
When Ire gets his breath again, af-
er bis last violent attack. J. D. Taylor, ��� ditor, mighl , nl ghti q the puolio
inswering that question.
figures; and the reporting presents
tlie vital facts in such a way as to
give the man at the head office ,a clear
idea of what is going on. It can
easily be seen that thc department, in
one year, may save the whole am*T5T_Tit
that has been paid to put in the system. What is saved in succeeding
yeiars is clear profit.
The Opposition say that the Minister should have done the business
and production engineering part of
the work himself, and have employed
a Canadian firm of chartered accountants for iho pure accounting. But, if
this course had been followed, the
actual purpose achieved by employing
.Messrs. Gunn, Richards & Co. would
certainly have not been achieved. The
benefit of their services lay in tne
successful piecing of the methods of
work into tlie pattern of the accounting; and of arranging the accounting
to meet the requirements of the work.
This could only be achieved by a com-
binatlon of expert knowledge irad. ex-
per.ence, working in complete harmony, with s clear and definite single
scheme in view. Herein lay the
value of Messrs. Gunn. Richards &
Co.'s services; nnd there is no firm in
Canada that gives the same class of
services. The cost was high; but, If
the. value received were equally high,
as the evidence conclusively proves,
ilve department has done weTT and nof
ill.
1'iidei* the new system, the operations of the department in different
parts of the country are registered;
and, by the exercise of ordinary business knowledge, the Minister or his
Deputy can see where things are not
going right.
Hon.  Mr.   Brodeur   nad   an   unwelcome inheritance when he took over
the     Department    of    Marine    and
Fisheries, which, even when Hon. Geo.
t_.   Foster  was  at its  head,  was  the
o.jeet of much unfavorable criticism.
He has undertaken to reform it.   He
did  so long before the Civil*' Service
Commission reported upon it.   .And he
is entitled to public credit���not to the
abuse of the  Opposition,  who,  while'
condemning the Minister for the con-
dition reported in the department by!
the Civil  Service Commission,    con-\
dc-mn him still more for the   reforms
:     re by him in the accounting sys-J
tern, which is the very foundation of
the conduct of the department busi-
ness,    Without a perfect    accounting
system  no adequate  check was  pos- (
sible on the operations of the department or the actions of the employees.'
���Ottawa Free Press.
This Date in History.
A*****9**************
MAY  6.
1705���Leopold 1., Emperor of Austria,]
died.
IT...���Andrea Massena, the greatest i t
.Napoleon's Marshalls, born at
Xice.
IM.���Oswego. X. Y., taken by a combined  force of    British    and;
Canadian troops.
1S59���aAlexander von  Humboldt,  tarn-,
ous naturalist, died in Berlin.
1S62���Henery D. Tboreau, poet, died.'
Born  July 12.  1817.
1S68���Argument in the impeachment
trial of President Johnston
closed.
1SS2���Crown Prince Frederick William  of  Prussia  born.
1905���More than a score of lives lost
in a tornado near Marquette,
Kansas. |
1907���Rev. John Watson i Ian Mnc-
laren)   died.
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FOR A SHORT
:ONLY:
:
RUBBER STAMPS
Na morj n:ei of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber star-ps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,.
$400 cash buys substantial four-roomed house ami
outbuildings, centrally situated in the City of New
Westminster, on full sized lot, quite close.to car
line.   The price is $1,300.
The deferred payment of $900 is payable inside of three years.     Must h
at once to clear out an estate.    This price is about $300 below the    ti
market value. Ual
W. J. KERR
Phone 170 ���   New Westminster, B.C. p, q Box-377
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NOTICE.
WE want your Grocery orders.    We want to give yj
satisfaction.     We want to give you goods at f]
pricey   Note these prices for to-day's selling
and
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders  filled  same  day as  received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps
i Tenders for Building Fisheries Crjiser
for British Columbia.
Corn  Starch
3    Pks.    for    __��5c
Seeded Raisk-3
I6-0Z. Pks.,    3  for 25/
The time  for receiving tenders for
the BriUsh Columbia Fishery Cruiser
will  be extended  from  the  First    of
May until the First of June next.
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ADVERTIS*;
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If  YOU Nee-.  Anything.
Taylor's Cleanser
3 tins for  25c
Wheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25J
F. GOl'RDEAF.
Deputy Minister of Marine and
. Fisheries.
Ottawa. April 22nd, 190S. Photie 97.
ADAMS & DEANS
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COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RELIABILITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully Illustrates tiie
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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ARE YOUR EYI
Troubling You?
If so, come and have theii I
amined.      We  m3ke ro cr>a|
for testing your eyes.   All
guaranteed.
���      CRITICISM EXTRAORDINARY'.
he Opposition Ln Parii-uut-nt nave,
- tor n_on_ns, bttsn _..:... ...u^ ut Marine
and   .......i.-_  Ueparttueut;  auu  tbey
nave dune _u uU (_c groond that    u
.j...- utieu i-uu waste.......  aad extravagantly; and in. ,.���i........   aaVt_   been
o roj tue treas .....    For proof
' -   -   ���*���'-  'o tahu repori    ,-  the CJril
- -ice Commission.   But, along w:tl_
g ..,.al hue oi ai....... there has
- - place   a   series    ot    separate
Siiirmishes over tne ne-*   system    ot
unting   which    the    Minister   of
���- - .ne auu .rislmries has introduced
"    --  Cepartmen    ,..-. ..  view   to
���'   i'*:^ s closer ch   .. on    txpi n ..
ture, and io stopping waste.
��� .  Minister employed, tu prepare
���     ���-.   tem, the Urm ot u._,i, Ricu-
- -   .v Co, production engineers and
������ accountants ol New Jfork. They
are eapeciallj experienced in working
out cost..,   the,.  adviiv la what waj
������ ��� an   ,  reduced; they put iu
toi   organizing agencies    so
' ; '  there will he a proper check on
goods coming In, in stock, and goods
���: ������ it. and  also    that    the head
ottici. in the   :>;.. :      .   :!-   t0  them
' om time to time, may know exactly
��� ������ ll    is   going   on.   They   ascertain
- ther   employees    are   giving   an
adequate return in service for the pay
they receive; and they advise as to
���asing the efficiency of labor, and
���   out where expenditure can    be
I.    All this is dovetailed into the
tu  of  accounting.    A   result    is,
therefore, obtained that  no  ordinary
ict "anting can give.
Minister or his Deputy,   in Ot-
bas .the strings of his depart-
..  nl  (Irmly in   his   grasp.   He   can
��� ii v.hat iiis officials are doing in
distant parts of the Dominion; and,
���vrh thorough and timely inspection,
a standard of efficiency is attained
���hat is impossible where there has
been no complete union between the
method of accounting and reporting
and the actual work done. The accounting presents, in the most Illuminating    and    reliable    manner,    the
W. GIFFORD, OptiriJ
Optical   Parlors   in T. Giffsij
Jewelry Store.
ys' and Girls' U^k
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All Prices
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL $1 .,4C0,0CC.C"
RESERVE        $11,000,000.0-:
Branches throughout Canada and Newfeundland, and   in   London, tug:d3|
Nt>w  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico Citj     A
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tL correspondents In all DSrti of-^
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received in sun? of V- snd *;, *
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (presen!
'   four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
Ni_W WEBTMI.NSTER BRANCH <i   D.   BRYMNRH
There's no feature of our whole shoe business
that receives more attention than our lines of
Boys' and Girls' Shoes. This spring we are
showing all the new ideas. Here are some of
the new lmes:
Misses' Golden Brown 3-strap Slippers, a pair $1.5<>
Misses' Golden Brown Blucher cut Oxfords,"a pair  1.75
Misses' black kid, patent tip, Strap Slippers, a pair $1.25, $1.50
Misses' white canvas, Blucher cut, O.xfords, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's Patent Leather, 3-strap Slippers, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's brown kid, Blucher cut, Oxfords, a pair  1.25,   1.50
Children's Strap Slippers, sizes 3 to 10 1-2, a pair  75c to 1.25
We have many other lines of Children's Shoes too numerous to mention
We Invite You to Our Store TO-DAY
where we can show you the greatest range
of Children's Shoes you ever heard of.
COME TO THE STORE WHERE THE BEST
SHOES ARE SOLD
We have just received
and you are invited to inspecf,
R*j| without doubt the finest ��e-
f�� lection of HIGH-CLAiS
Ms       WOOLENS that ever erased
the pond.
H
H J. N. AITCH-SON
\\j i Merchant Tai'or
}'*/i   Columbia  St.,   NEW   WFSTMINSTER
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M Ekcfrk Blue-Printing
|jj Any Sit*
/^ j     Maps, Charts and Lrc. fting
jftj 	
Qj The  Vancouver   Map and   .Hue-
/jh Print Company,
i
411 Seymour St., Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFIUE?
H. N.-ville Smith, B. C. L S.
Crescent Block
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
PRINTING
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT~ S.ATlSMg
Jackson & Morrison
Located Bl Hie REAR
of "Dally Hews" Block
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
REMOVAL
NOTICE
nun    \.niLt.i-
"��*��� "-m ��� Westminster Iron WorM
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
Regular sailings be.,veen
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling ,it Hammond. H;
Mission and way porta, with pfli-
sengers ani   freight.        ���       Removefj   \q   Tef.til  St., W
Leaves    Krackman  <t   Kit    wharf, p H,se aI1(l
New   Westinlnstcr.   Tuesdays,  Thurs-        IV.IU!  Ii'un
days and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STFAMEOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R. WH1TMORF, Secretary.
Galtaraith's Factory.
JOHN REID.
Telephone 53.
New Westminster.
p. o. nos
1741 ��� ���A...... *��sJ--4r*-<
TBEgH STORES-   T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
Sensational Price Cut in
LADIES.' and MISSES'
Go to Kyle & sons for Amber tea. *|    Remember   Die   shoe   sale   ,,t   R.
Stevenson's shoe house, Begbie streel
Opposite Windsor hotel. *���
The tn- Linda returned from a trip
ui Everett-yesterday with the scow
B. .1. Fader, loaded with bricks for
the Fraser River mills.
Tlie most convincing argument in
i favor of "B. c." and "Old Sport"
1 cigar, is the cigar itself. **
ceremony    in    connection    with   the **
launch, it   is   expected   that   a large
number of  persons   w.iM   witness  the
slide of the massive steel vessel. The
��� -.il cereinohy will be heud wh��.n the'
new boat noes into commi.**". ion. when I
i party will be given.   This will take
I lace in about six months, states Mr.!
Quigley, the superintendent in charge
��� f the work.   In order to accommodate
ih,, dredge while being fitted with en-1
cines and other equipment, the basin
it the government wharf will have to
!��'  deepened,  and  this  will  be done
probably   next   week   by  the   suction
dredge King Edward.
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
EAT
at
L Astor Grill
A \isit was made by a number oi tha
aldermen yesterday to the Lulu island
$15.00 Suits for $7.50
sactly as we say.   The
Jusi .x.icu, a_ v.. =,_.,.    4UB ,_,. Misses|and Ladk,h
gij,,     :: Misses 1). Iii and IS; hi Worn . , ,.,    They come
and fancy tweed effects,   Remember the regu-
"','  ���""'    :    :" '    ' - line at less than
 $7.50
CO
blues, greens
of these suits Is $15.00.    VV.
ol material alone, pric ��� per
Do_; fanciers are reminded that this
is the last day when entries for the
Vancouver dog show, to be held on
May lu, 14, 15 and 16, will be received.
All persons desiring to enter their
pets can procure entry forms and
The annual meeting of the Queen's   premium lists by applying to Granby   bridge, the party consisting of Alder-
Farrant, city. lnen  Henley,  Shiles  and    Cray    and
Phone  B278  for  plean'tng,  Dyeing, | Tn��n*tas Furaetw, superintendent of the
pressing, repairing.   Opposite Premier, boa1 o�� works' The Part>' viewttd *h''
I,,,,, ��� j structure and satisfied thomsPlves as
to the statements being correct with
Bert   league,  a   matriculation   stu- reference to the dangerous condition
dent at,, the college, left yesterday for of the bridge.   As ,a result, the board:
ins home In Victoria.    .Much regret is of works will immediately tataa steps
Cricket practice  will be    held    on  expressed on  Bert's  having to  leave, to  strengthen the bridge, and  during
Moody square this afternoon at *_*.30.   for he is very popular at the school the   freshet  will  place    a  watchman:
Ml players aud persons interested are  and his absence will be much noticed, there.     The   aldermen    also     visited j
avenue. Methodist church will be held
In   that   edifice   this   evening. The
quarterly  official   board  meeting will
also  tn?  held.
J. H. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and
; IL ('. land surveyor, has opened an ot
j Bee in the Guichon block. Phone 338. ���
The  Largest and  Finest Equipped   Cafe   in   Western   Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon served from 11;;10 a.
m. to 2 p. m., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from S:30
to   8   p.   m.
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
Manager.
$1.00.. Children's Wash Dresses.   $1.00
A whole tableful piled six high 0f children's tub-dresses In   fancy
ginghams, stripes, galateas, duel.., etc.   This is the biggi  I  /alue we
tottered.   Stees to fit girls from 2 years to 14,   Regular prices
}1.50 and $2.00.     Your choice tor      $1-00
requested to turn out and lend
ipport.
their  Several other students have   had    to   (lossett street to study the conditions
leave during the past couple of weeks,   which have arisen owing to the own-
To     dispute     the
'Brillante" cigars is
of
Miic.ng   others  the   Cameron   brothers.
$1.2..  Buys'Sweaters.   $1.25
A full and complete line of
boys' (sweaters, all sires, red
and navy, fancy collars. Regular .l."'".    Special price  ..$1.25
See Window Display.
50c.   Boys' Blouses.   50c
A comprehi nsive showing of
boys' white and colored wash
blouses in sailor and other
styles.   Price 50c, 75c, $1.00
25c.   Unparalleled Hosiery Values.  25c.
In Hosiery we only carry on < ma'... an,! tha' is the best,    We are
sole agents in .New Westminster for Morley's Hosiery which is readily
, :. ��� led '" be by far the best make In the world.   Morley's name is
a . iaran.ee of honest value.   Br. we have too much stock and must
...  . a clearance.   Over 600 pair o:' ladies'  plain  and  ribbed  cash-
hosiery.    Iti gular ':3c and lhe for  25c
value of quality.
superiority     ol   . n]   _inrp   th.,j].   al)Snnro   t)l(,     mens
to  question   the   (U)rmjtory   na8   been   compared   to   a
', dovecot.    The majority of the pupils,
C,   B.   Sword,    superintendent    of  tcwever, do not leave till the middle
fisheries, yesterday left for Sook bar-   of Jme'
bor to liberate the lobsters    brought'
from  Halifax.    The experiment has so
Liberal Soiree
The Mission City Liberal Association invites all Liberals in the district
to attend  a   meeting  to   be     held    on
TUESDAY, MAY 12. AT 7:30 P.M.
ership of the road by the ('. P. R. It
was decided that the city had a per-]
feet, right  lo build sidewalks on    the  Speakers:
street,  and  this  will  at once  be au-'     STUART   HENDERSON,  M.P.P
thori/ad. C.   W.   MUNRO, M.P.P.
and   A.  CRUICKSHANKS.
Buy   your   May   Day  tie  at   Kyle   *c
���Jons;   finest  assortment in town;   20c
far proved successful, but few of the j or three lor 60c. **
crustaceans dying in the. cages.
Ontario Nominations.
Greenmore,   May   5.���West Simcoe
Liberals have nominated Rev. .1.   H.jW#   |\|#    D-TclD-d"
Because the li. C Telephone company has steadfastly refused to remove its poles on the south side of a
road in Burnaby municipality, Councillor Anderson has given notice that
he   will   introduce   a   by-law   relating
Six hundred pair of boys' an,
Ri gular 35 and I c
pis'  :... s  ribbed  _
All one price, pi r pair
ack   cashmere
 25c
Dahlias, Geraniums and .all kinds of
boding and vegetabl" plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
A peculiarly spotted deer, captured
near Ruskin bv J, McGregor and
George Patterson was vesterdav af-' t0 the bringing of wires fnr light.
ternoon added to the local zoo. The! r���er and telephone companies in the
newcomer brings the number of docs
at the nark to three, the other occupant of the enclosure being a buck.
I pany having poles in unsuitable posl-,
Five hundred different patterns of tions on public highways refusing to!
washabl ��� ties, at Kyle <���_ Sons; 20c| move the same at the request of the
each. **. proper authorities.
Cameron for the legislature. Mus-1
koka Conservatives have nominated
W. Wright, M.P., for the Commons
and A. M. Mahaffy. M.L.A., for the
legislature.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B. C
municipality. The by-law will provide
For arbitrary action on the part of
Hie council in the event ot anv com-
Millinery Values!   'Millinery Values!
Tin- hats are holding high revelry.   Hundreds of women havi   been
���-��������� >*ed   ij  their charms and ea h ; c     ��� th - clock sounds a decisive
moment to soms person jn the salon.   Th ��� ��� reati il In demand al the
al Is the Merry Widow saHor.    We  have just  unpacked  direct
from N< ,',  York, by express, anothei  large shipment of these fashion
Iti 3.   la .ill the new and leading Bhadi -    Prl es ...$2.25 to $2.75
��
Leghorns
..$1.50
to $5.00
1. i in in, ,1
Flops.
Pr!e is
:.!   	
..$1.50
to $2.50
'  Bonnets
. .50c
to  $1.75
Bonnets ..
...60c
to $1.50
���  iv Hats ���
...75c
to $2.50
.' Sail r Hats 50c to $3 CO
���' ; rlmme I    Sailoi 9
to
$1.75
.$5.00
hti en trlmm id mod, 1-, ri gular  *-. for $6.75
GirU' Cailoi ���   3Cc to $1.75
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T. M. SMITH
Hmiii! of the Hat Beautiful Tlie Store Value Built
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*���*'���������   .���>:M%'^,i'xiiji'j_��e_i��w^_eH_?<fi_as;. s��E8mi?AWZx^as!!BBsm ��� -wwr. ���**
Hamada, the Japanese charged with
aiding a forgery, was tried before
Magts'fratv Corbould yesterday morning and dismissed, on the grounds of
: lack of evidence. The forger is still
] at largo, the police not having succeeded In bringing In the suspect.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to seU "B. C." and "Old I
Sport" cigars. ' **
I
ln   a   friendly  wrestling  match    all
the armouries yesterday evening. W.I
! Cunningham pinned Kd. Dickenson to
the mat twice in twenty minutes, the
first fall being engineered in al
quarter of an hour, while the second]
; was secured in five minutes, rtoth
men weighed in around 13S pounds.
All   kinds of annual
lorlst   Phone 184.
N'ew consignment of silverware just'
arrived at Kyle    &    Sons.    Coupons
given  away with    every    cash    purchase. **
Owing to tiie absence of the donors
of tne three prizes which were to be
competed for by the active members
of the gun club at last evening's stioot,
the competition for these was postponed until next Tuesday. The high
seme ol yesterday's meet was made
by Capt. Mayors, who is shooting remarkably well this season, having alia a,iy made some exceptional averages. Hollowing is thc result of the
shoot: Capt. Mayors (.SS), Frank
Trapp (.78), Clarence McLean (.76),
Charles Weaver (.64), L. B. Lusby
(.58), Alec Turnbull (.56), Frank
),  G.   Ilassett  (.45).
HAVE   YOU   SEEN   IT?        WHAT?
Why, Lee's New Furniture Store, of course
We are rapidly getting it in shape and when completed we hope
to have the very best furniture store in the province. We are very
grateful to our many patrons in. both city and district for their very
liberal patronage in our old store, but we hope to achieve even
greater things in our new, and give our customers the best goods, the
lowest prices and the best service possible in our clean, large and
commodious new store.
We have several carloads of new .furniture; a carload each of inlaid and printed linoleums and oilcloths on our floors and thousands
of yards of the latest and best carpets and squares obtainable. We
will lie glad to have you call and inspect our store and stock. Every
person welcome.
LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK
OPP.   LORNE   STREET. - NEW  WESTMINSTER.
B. C.
������������������������������������������
at Tidy's, the I Retohenbach (
The     fifst     iutcrni-diaU'
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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Lawn Grass Seed
the
30c Ib.
KINO   THAT   GROWS
a**
all's DrugStore
Westminster
Transfer Co
" '^one 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
' "   dellvi red   promptly   i<>
:i"y l art of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT T1IK
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
The local lacrosse team will havi
to wait for its games with the Montreal Shamrocks for the Minto cup, ac
cording
terday. since the champions have ac-
cepted i date with the St. Catherines
team, which takes precedence of the
Westminster game.
lacrosse
match .of the  season    between    city
teams   is  to  take   place    at    Queen's
park   tomorrow  evening,     when     the
;., im .imaii.iii received yes-   Westenders and the Reglnas will line
up  In  opposition.    The ball will    be
| Public Supply Stores
I Geo. Adams, Proprietor
���      Are now offering for sale a special line of
!    Dinner Ware
Peebles  in
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Look   ;it   the   ad.   of   I
this  morning's issue,
. ChlUiwacl. expects to* be lighted by
ehetriee.. iu the course of a mouth,
states U. S. l.uud_is, of that city, who
Ib Btaying al the Windsor. The light
will be Installed by the u. C. IB. It.,
who tor this purpose, as also the sup-
faced off at 6:16 p.m.., all players be- Z
iug requested to put in an appearance ���*
on the grounds fifteen minutes earlier,,*
so that Hie game may start without 2
delay. As both teams have already T
J had considerable practice, and are
considered to be evenly matched, the
pare set will undoubtedly be fast. The X
Westenders will turn out with the ���
following redoubtable stickhandlers on;J
the lineup: D. E. Munn (gotil), D. j
Marshall. B. Galbralth, H. Sangster,
II.   Sibley,  C.   Spring, W.   #!fi*Wick
:
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
Columbia   Street,        New   Westminster,  B. C.
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plying oi power for    their new line
,..,_.      ha    ...   (centre), K. Warwick,- D. Bartlett, R,
commence construction or v " ���   _
river.i R'>nSst,?r, G- Spring, O
time
Swanson.
will shortly
a  large ilim on the Chllllwar
'fills will, however, take a long time,,      u    flft���e_.   nilu|)tos   t0 .n-ne    thli
iind   in   the   meantime   the   rompany| |m,nii,1L, ,,���, new dlppor dredgc wi'u
Will obtain their power from thc saw-| 1(i.m, ()||, w;ly . at Lull| iR,.lIU, and be
mill owned by  D   Hall, taking theirUove*  ,;V tho tug'Pctrel to the gov-
old generating plant from Ladner.
For |160 down and the balance
($1300) payable $1". per month you
may secure a comfortable Bve room
furnished  house  with  _ I    garden,
tta le for three hones, Thi. pvoperty
Is close to the ear line, Is In good repair and affords an opportunity, not
ol'en round, to buy a i unv.Mili nt. ('i>sy
do i e OH -the easiest i f terms. White
.;��� Shiles, 280 Columbia street, city. ���*
ernment wharf to    receive    the    machinery.    Although   there  will  be  no
DO IT NOW
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
one  (1)  month from the date hereof
amplication   will   be   made   to   the
Governor ln-Coundll   undw    Chapter
116 of the Revised Statutes or Canada,
1906, for approval of plans of a bridge
to lie constrm.'ti'd by the Victoria 'I'ei-
.*..,,,,,,..,,   ���:,    ball  team   wosl VtlvH Hallway    and ' Kerry Company
plainly ftotxeable at  the ball game, over the Serpentine river on.tbe line
played yesterday evening at Queen's of the said company/* railway between|
when   that   aggregation     went] Blaine
i.aek of practice by tbe members
if
park.
and Olivers in the Province of
do-,,-,,   ... .l-f..;.!   in-fore th.. ei,-   ,..���i,.| Briti^ ('olumbla:   and  also    for    ap
tern   Hi ��� Bcore being 11 to 3 In favor broval of plans of a bridge to be con-,
of the brush    wiel'ders.   Sa/ce   and Wructed by    the    Victoria Terminal
Johnston  composed  the    battery    for! "-'������I���>' ���""' P��"y Company over thej
,he  winners  while  Kmbr, s  wore    the   NlCOtn. kl river on the Hue of the Sftld
big mill  In the intend, of the Sap-   ���"'"'l.an.v's railway between Blaine and
perton   team.    Several  of the    olher, ""vers In the- said Province of l.rltlsh
players held down ths slab al inter-  Columbia,   Plans of each Of the said
tn(!| In-lilgv-s and descriptions   of each   of,
the sites thereof have been deposited
with   the   Minister  of  Public
HAVE YOU INSURED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF THEM RUNSOVER
A  PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
la
IS   BURNED
HAVE   DONE
UP   AS     OTHERS
MORAL:    DO IT  NOW.
I INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
vals, but none  of tlion,  show, d
speed  necessary to command a regit
lar Job In ftist. company.
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ADVERTISE      "-���*
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If
DAILY      NEWS
*.'ou  WANT HELP.
Works,;
! and In the Land  Registry Office    at
Small house (new) on fully cleared  New Westminster, Prills.. ColumTJIa.
mt:   with magnificent  view nf    i'lver(    Dated  this  1st day of April,  A.I...
ind stirround'ng'country;  near   8ap-  1908.
��� ton enr line; only $700.   Abbott t A. H. M-acNEILL,
jjv.le. ** Solicitor for tho ���VopUcants.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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WHEN THINGS ARE COMFORTABLE
-When the price of stocks goes tumbling
Ami from Wall street comes a cry
From t!��' lambs who have been slaugn
U red
Anil whose cash is more than shy
Von oan smlla and say  you wonder
Jf the weather wlll be fair,
If you were not in the market
\Yhen the price went ln the olr.
It Is easy to be Jolly.
In philosophy to dip.
When >o\i hear about a shlpwr��ck
If you do not own a ship.
You can carry loads of trouble
Without feeling mad or sore
If it  Is the private trouble
Of (he gentleman next door.
Oh. you do not miml the weather.
Though It is a rainy spell,
If you have a good umbrella
And a mackintosh as well!
Rubber bootelea on your toetsles
And good mittens on your mltta.
Then you do not care a cooky
If the blamed thing never qulti.
Ton can stand lt very nicely
In the wild financial crn_.h.
When the banker skips to Europe
An,i  his  old  bank, goes  to smash;
With complacency unshaken
The performance you can see
If you haven't any money
In the bank that \ised to be.
IBI NORTHERN BANK
Head Office,
Paid  Up Capital
$1,240,000.
Assets
$7,000,000.
Winnipeg
Rest and Undivided Profits.
$133,000.
We place at your service ripe knowledge, ample strength and extensive business connections. We cordially invite conservative business and will grant the most favorable terms consistent with sound
banking practice.
MONEY   ORDERS   ISSUED
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
SEALED   TENDERS addressed   to
i the undersigned, and endorsed  "Ten-
           | der for alterations to the Post Office
>TIllT-H-fl nitl'i",' mill i j Building, Victoria, B. C,"  will be re-
���ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West j ceived at this office until Wednesd iy,
Homestead   Regulations. ' Apr.l 28, 1908, inclusively, for the cot:.
Any e\eu numbered section of Do-jatruetionof the alterations to the Post
minion land!  In  -Manitoba,  Saskatch-  Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,      Plans and specification can be sean
MAY
SOCIETIES.
n* wgulkr meetings of JT 27~
*re held in Oddf,  , ��%
Wa street, even-  M ,   ,/    ^i*
^  evening
at 8 o'clock,
K,  0.   U.  W._FRA-.PD  ,        ~~~^~-
-Meetings lh   K^E No. j
frith?    *"*    **$X*V*
brethren cordially InJL ,>'%
b^ea cordially ft
Lodge room, ..  n   ���    ' '   "attend
and forms of tender obtained at this      fellows'  block, Clark���       '*'��W
not reservod, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a   Department and ou application to W 1-
faniily. or any male over IS years of   Ham Henderson, lis",, Resident _\rchi-
age, to the e.\tent of one-quarter sec-   teet, Victoria, li. C.
tion of 100 acres, more or less. Persons tendering are notified  that
Application for entry must he I tenders will not be considered unless
made in person by tiie applicant at | made on the printed f<irm supplied
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-   aud signed  with  their  actual    sign..-.
Docsn't Burn It That Way.
"I thought you sai.l that man Is
deeply in debt. Why, he has money to
burn."
"He is In debt."
"Thou why doesn't he pay up?"
"Then tie wouldn't have money t<
burn."
Couldn't,
"There,   you   pay   your  money  our
you take your eholc*"
"Na 1 don't."
"Why?"
"Because it isn't here."
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
j agency for the district in which the
j land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
I however, be made at au agency on
I certain conditions by the father, moth-
'er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
i an  intending   homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per-
tures.
Each tender must be accompanie I
by an accepted cheque on a charter 2d
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to tea per cent, ll" p.c ,
of the amount  of  tbe  tender,  which
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   E.   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
A GENERAL BANKLNG   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Sales   Notes
Couldn't Drown Him.
"1 feel safe to u*.*> out on the lakf
with Charley."
"Is lie a good sailor?"
"No. but father says be was born t>
b�� banged."
nisleet�� of   f.ctnn.l.
The dialects of England are so vur:
9tts thnt grammatical eccentricities tr*
commoner even than among the icis-.-sd
peoples ofthe United :f.;,-?. An Eu^
!ish paper has been printing s ".-y.t
choice examples :**. Somersetshire a
party of n asoi s i re at work, one of
their number is Idling The foreman
appears.
Joe (warnii.gly -Hi. Ben, "-here b*
gaffer eyln' ee!
Ren    .'.��� -. I eyed ee eye I,
Av. example from Punch, but true
as to dialectic peculiarities, is recalled
It is the reply of a farmer to a former
vicar of his parish, who sympathised
witb him .m the fact that his three
elderly daughters wore not married
"Ton . ������ ., sur," he said, "when they
would ha' they, they wouldn't ha' they
Now they would ha   they, thej wou'i
ha' th*. r "
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business,
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKLNG   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
0uv-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
..Bark Wanted..! HAM Sat
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED   AT
FR4SER RIVER TANNERY, ltd.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Write or call  for particulars.
INSECT SUPERSTITIONS.
The Koran <:iys nil flies shall perish
with the exception of one, the bee fly.
It is regarded as a death warning in
Germany t I bear a cricket's ery In th.
night.
The Tapuya Indians of South Amerl
ca assert ll ,; the devil assumes tbi
shape of a By,
The grasshoppers are said to for.
warn people In Germany of too vMx*
of st:-:::,.*. _->���.:..
form the homestead duties under one . will be forfeited if the person tendar-
of the following plans* .    i ing decline to enter Into a contract
(1. At least six mouths' residence | when called upon to do so, or fall to
upon and cultivation of the laud iu complete the work contracted for. If
each year for three years. , the tender be not accepted the cheq >���
(2) A  homesteader may,  if he BO   w111 be returned.
desires, perform the    required   real- j    The Department does not bind itself
dence duties  by living on    farming U�� accept the lowest or any tender.
ian.1 owned   solely   bv   him.   not  less j By order,
than eighty  (S0��  acres In extent, in FRED. GELINAS,
the  vicinity of his homestead.    Joint ! Secretarv.
ownership In land  will not meet this   Department of Pui lie Works,
requirement                                                         Ottawa, March 19, 1908.
(3) If the father (or mother, if the i Newspapers will not oe paid for this
father is deceased) of a homesteader advertisement if they Insert it witflout
nas  permanent  residence  on  farming J authority from the Department.
^ ^^ land  owned  solely  by  him,   not  less j ��� ���������	
| J��4f^      Der Ib.   ''���������'- eiSlity*  (K0)   acres in  extent,  in
****** ! the  vicinity of the homestead, or up-���
THE , on  a homestead  entered   for   by  him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may ]
perform his own residence duties by i
living with the fathpr (or mother).
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue j    (4)    The ;t,rm ..vicinity" in the two,
preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    as.
j meaning not more than nine miles in '     TENDERS addressed to the under-
;a  direct line, exclusive of the width signed at Ottawa, in sealed envt-b , ��� -
j of road a.low.ine.es Crossed    In    the | and marked on the envelopes "Tendi
j measurement j for New Cruiser for British Colum- la,
(j)    A   homesteader   intending     to, will be received up to the
j perform   his   residence   duties   in   ao | FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
Icordance with the above while living
j ivith parents or on farming land own-
j ed  by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intfntion.
Six months' notice In writing must
���
COURT BRUNETTF   w      "~~ -
-Meets the pSX?9''-O-F.
month at H o'clock. | ..' 1D ��*
hall, Oddfellows' block l>ma1'
COURT ROYAL CCLUMRiTT.      "~
A. 0. F.-The :,,    !BA'N^!,
thi. Lodgjitiay*"
and Fourth Tuesda . ^(:0I"f
at 8 P. n. in ^ JtM^J^
MATERNAL   ORuIr"^^
Aerie No. 20-Meets eve,    :      a8'
evening at 8 p. ��� ,
hall,    Colum!,,!   street     ���
W-''r-:   HjchofieldJ     ,
THE   ROYAL   TEMHLARS^TTr;.
PERANCE meet  every WeLL?'
SLfi&t '��� '        ' S
had, Columbl i W8
ION.J OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ���t
SOCIATION, LORDOFTHEISLP.
CAMP,1fl.1.-Meeuonthenrst"
Third   Tuesday  of  i
of
hall
���
���������!
nionth m
.   0.  O. F.���Royal   City  Lodge, No. 3
���.Meets   in   Oddfellow ������      .
am  ia Street, every Fi
at it o'clock.    Visi-in.       ���   ,.  .
be made welcome.   J, -
N. C; C. E. Osborne.
ing secretary.
'���        'a-
Central Meat Market
S?*m��^
TENDERS
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115. SONS OF ENGLA-.D. B. S-
Red Rose Degree meet.. Becon'd acd
Fourth Wednesday of eacl
In K. of P. Hall, r^inn : la St, at
8 p. m., White Rose D���. ��� :��� _
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. O. Bos 1185
Bowling  Alley,  Pander  St..
VANCOUVER
tor the construction of a twin screw
I steel  cruiser for fisheries  protection
'service in British Columbia wati rs,    :
i the    following     leading     dimension.--.
namely    length    over   all    250    feet.
be given to_the Commissioner of Do-1 ^^ of ^^ ^^ ..., ^      ^
-\gent   for   Messrs. Samuel   May  ��
Co., Torop'.o.
The Road to Success
^*J**^*^*^^*^*^*^l*^^^^*****^*W44^m
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
  a,
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
minion Lauds at  Ottawa, of intention
to apply for paJbnt
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unautnorlsec publication jf
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
depth from top of keel plate to top ���
beams at side  17 fei *. and to I ���
livered at Victoria, B. C.
Plans   and    specifications    of    I    -
steamer can be seen at the :������
ment of Marine eui i Fisheries) i itta   .���
at the offices of the Collectors ol Customs, at Toronto,  Hamilton, Colling-
!   wood,  .Midland,  Vancouver and    8yd
I ney, N. S., and at the ag. ncies of the
i Rw lot 11 and the north half of lot 10, Department of Marine and Fisher..-, al
block A, Government Office Gardens, Montreal, Quebec, st. John, N. B.
New Westminster City. I Halifax, N. S��� and Charlottetown, P.
A certificate of indefeasible title to . E. I.
| the above property will be issued to J     The  same  plans and  specific;.:   ni
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day j can he procured  by application  fn m
) of May, 1908, unless in the meantime  the     Department     of     Marine     arid
a valid objection thereto be made to j Fisheries up to the First Day of May
j m* in writing by a person or persons   next and at the agency of the De; art-
claiming an estate or interest therein,' ment of  Marine  and   Fisheries.   Vic-
i or in any part th-ereof. j toria, B- C.
C. S. KElTn, Each   tender  must  oe ace  *..,...
DUjtrlct Registrar of Titles.   by an accepted t)an;; cnemie equal  ti
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West- hg per cent, of the whoh   amounl
minster, H.C.. April 8, 1908. the tender, which cheque will  be  ti
"~~~ | felted if the person sending the    ac-
The per. en or persons having   in! cepted tender declines to enter Ini
i their custody or possession  the foi-  oontract with the Department or fails
j lowing title deeds relating to the said   to complete the steamer.   Tenders ou
: property are requested to deliver the  letter paper will be considered.
! same to the undersigned. The Department does not bind Itself
(a) 17th January, 1887, New West- , to accept the lowest or any tender.
I minster City to J. Wilson, conveyance     Newspapers copying this advertise-
I in -*ee* ment without authority from the De-
(b) 6th August, 1888, J. Wilson to   partment will not be paid.
T. R. Mclnnes. conveyance, in fee. p. GOCRDEAI',
(c) llth  November, IS. 0,    T.    R. : Deputy Minister of Marine
Mclnnes to Florence Blanchard Bole, nruj Fisheries.'
i conveyance in fee. .Ottawa, Canada,  llth  March,  1908
W. NORMAN BOLE, f
Solicitor for Applicant
Bank of Commerce Building,
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster S:3f>, 11:8$, ,
j 15:15. 17:2U, 1S:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,!
\ l'_:_5, 16:30. 1S:25, 19:85,
Overland express arrives 12:45 I
leaves 15:15.
OREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m '
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m i
p.m.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson I ft. Sfieppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate point-
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'tic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek point*
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage (*tily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on  trains   between
B. C. ELECTRIC��� VANCOUVBR.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50, 6.60, 1 Spokane and Nelson,
sad 8 a. m., and evfry half hour there- Effective   Sunday,    November
after till V p. m. iooi.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster et Leave
.10,
>
same heura
V.. W. ft Y���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
f.v. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
<3. N. R.���PORT GTICHON.
Leave .New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arr've Oulchon 6 p m.
Leave Guichon 6 a  m, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Day Train Arrive
9.20 an. Spokane  715 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9-40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON. "    !
tr     ADVERTJ-T.     *��
��� IN  -
THE      DAIf.Y      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, N    9 A.
P. and A. M.; King Sol
No. 17, A. P,  and A. M.;
No. 1160; L. 0. I... No
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. P.;     0
P.,   Court We-;mirr*       N
Brotherhood of Owt. \. -���  \.   :���
PROFESSIONAL.
W    NORMAN BOLE, K. C,   BAR-
���       rister and  Solicit _ _. ���
ers, Canadian Rank ol Commerce
building, .New Westminster, B. C.
A.VHEALLKH.    BARRI.       :   BO-
���   licitor,  etc.,    41'   l., ri     Street,
site Court Hou.e, N*. .,   .
ster.   Phone 113.
niHITESIDB  &   EDMONDS   !
"   ters and sollcitoi ���.;...
nl ia street,   New   v,  ���_. _si ���
W. J, Whites.de, II. L. Edm sds.
MARTIN, WEART & McQI . UUS
Barristors, solicitors, etc Offices
N< w Westminster, Trap;, Bits oonxi
Clarekaon and Lome strets. VsnctH.
ver. rooms 21, 24, 415 Granvl - ���'
Joseph Martin, K. O, J. W. V\'( irt, VV
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourni Mr.
Mart.n Wi] be in the W< tn utei
offices every Friday aftern
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Ban
Solicitor, Guichon  bloct
bla aud McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Harr -*��� r. SoUdtOt
and Notary Public, la -.ractlce since
1891 at .New Westm^^e- B ���' Of
flees removed to C-'rtis I:
son street, opposite C irt H ""*
P.O. Box 1S9.   Telephone 64
WF.  HANSFORD.    I lai
Solicitor, etc., Crescent bloci,
corner     Columbia     and     U
streets, New Westminster !.. f.
BOARD  OF TRADE.-New   Westinu>
ster Board of Trad.'   B<
Board Room, City Hall, as 1      u*
Second Wednesday of ea. b  I
yuarteriy   meetings on U
Wednesday     of     February.
August and   .November,  at  ���'   I    ���'*
Annual   meetings   on   thi    *���*
Wednesday    of     Pebruarj
members    may   be   propost I   and
elected at any monthly or quart' 1
meeting.    A. E. White, S-'-
FIRE ALARM  aOXEri
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tonth.
S���Royal avenue and Btgl ;
9���Plfth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospi'a].
13���Second and Park Row.
14__Co]umbia an<l  Du(reriD
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue**"'   "' *':'
24���._..rd avenue and Beeond.
25���Fifth aveue and Hourtb
26���Fifth avenue and Wgbth.
27���Third avenue and Teeth.
"2���Agnes nnt Sixth
lU���Sohnifce Machine W
3r,_0ohimh!a and IfcKenaie.
36��� C.P.R  Station. rjNESDAY.
MAY 6, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOK SEVEN     "1
"There is no time like the present" i* _�� ..u
. v " an old saying but more esne.ia
,_tent.   U lS- however, very questionable if it will remain _- esPeca
^fltD0N.T PROCRASTINATE until  prices gTup ^.n   " "^ '^
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN B
of doubt the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster WE
pr0,pective purchasers  BUT   IN  THE  VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
,t is situated on FIRST STREET between  SECOND and THIRD  AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains.    You can also see all the LACRO
where  Nearly every lot faces on a 66-foot  street   and  has   a  lane   at   the
|f one lot is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and have
-���  ,he prices of which are absurdedly low.    Remember:     WE ARE THE ONLY
tend Building?
Ily does this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE   DOWN   to a  very  astonishing
Labor Is also much tower and more available than it was this time last year, .Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE   of what is beyond the least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to. use fancy names in order to attract
DENTIAL SECTION  OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magnificient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
rear Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots,
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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��ix lots and a house facing
One lot corner o
Emory    Street
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third  Sts.   House is seven roomed with modern improvements,
f Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price $1200.
Opportunity.
fievera! gentlemen with two r<ry
targe fort have lately jumped on Jobs
I. Intralls' poem "Opportunity," whicb
has heretofore been regarded In somt*
circles ns being fully ns true a��d binding as the Declaration of Independence
or the Imperative orders of a yonng
wife on an old husband.
The burden of this poem is that a
torse, husky gentleman named Mr. Opportunity, with fame in one hand nnd
a bag of sold in the other, comet
thumping on the door of ��vory man'*
house once In a lifetime, and If the
householder is nsleep or not there t:J
extend the glad and Itching hand It tc
all off with him t'orevot.
This ou close examination is fount,
to he a mistake. There are opportunities lying all about our path if w��
(���ould Just dlStlngnlBb them from double l��ack action jokes, but how is tha
duh (o know when one of them knock*
that lt Isn't his creditors trying te
br.mli  into hi.  Soon* luder Warn ntm-
taueal
When. Charity Begin..
The public spirited lady mot th*
little boy on the street. Something
about lijai appearance halted .'ier.
She stared nt iiiui in her nearsighted way
The Lady ��� Little boy, haven,*!
yon anv home?
The Little Hoy- Oh, yos'm; I've
got a home,
The Lady���And loving parents"
The Little Boy���Yes'm,
The Lady���I'm afraid you do no.
know what love reuliy is. Do yottt
parents look Hfter your mora] welfare ?
The Little Boy��� Yes'in.
The Lady ��� Are they bringing
you up to be a good and helpful citizen?
The Little Boy���Yes'in
Tlie Lady ��� Wiil you ask jm.-i
mother to come and near tne talk
ou "When Does n Mother's D.itv
to Her Child Begin ?" next Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at Lyceum
hall ?
The Little Boy (explosively) ���
What's the matter with you, ma?
Don't you know n.e? I'm your ''title boy I���Cleveland PUitt ..Valet
Pt'Iny   Id   m.orcca
"The underlying reason why so much
time usually elapses between the filing
of petition nnd the hearing or trial lo
divorce prooopilings is not generally
understood," remarked a lawyer wh<*
makes a specialty of thts character of
practice. "Perhaps It Is within the circle of truth to say thnt in a majority
of eases, If either husband or wlfls,
whichever side be plaintiff, should
fctop, look and listen.' as it were, the
trouble would be adjusted out of court
entirely. As n rule, judges nre Inclined to afford ample time for domestic
partners to ponder well before pursuing further toward legal redress for
matrimonial difficulties. 'Divorce ln
haste nnd repent at leisure' Is n logical
paraphrase, ��f course. If after mature reflection a different opiniou does
not ensue, the average jurist would favor progressing the suit."���Xew Y��*
Press.
McQUARRIE   &    CO. ^ Street
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
at   3.30   p.m.   Donacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Oh
���Patched by C. P, R. train at 8:35
*���  "' ���   H<.se   8
8uma�� and Seattle
folly.
Mlllsi
a. iu.
via Huntingdon
N'o.
I, "vi.   I.   dally   except   Sui-
*��� Sapperton  no,  x,  daily  except
' '-���   Malls Received at 6:86 p.m.
.   ,      n   ,'    .'lectnc railway
Dispatched   by  B,  I .  Met-L"'~
Co., 7:4.'> a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.  I,  dallyexc.pt Snn
aays.   Return mall receive 10 tvm.
Dispatched by G.N.B. train. 8 4. a.m..
Cloverdale,    Nicome....   run Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
ii  iv.     p. ab. i1*,     Lionai -1
[Jazelmere,    Hans    m a;       i(t:30 a. m.;
cord. Blaine  and  Seattle. (al  �� |    .,im,miver Xo   ,.   v.,ctort.v- Nn  v
l���   Washiii'jton   and   sou   . !rea!l,(,   Park,   dally   except   Sunday.
points in eastern bib.    ��� .   UoUirn mall rcceived at 3 p.m.
ce;.t Sunday.   Return mall, recen
Clayton.   Tuesdays   anil  Thursdays;
I Tytiehead.     Wednesdays   and   Saturdays.   Return mall received Mondays
j and Fridays.
Dispatched hy carrier, i:13 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Bunday.
Return malls received t*. ltlQ p. ro.
Dispatched by carrier 1200 noon:
Tlmherland, 8trawl erry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.'
Dispatched by C. P. R. ".oat 1:30 p.m.
daily  (closes dally at tho same
time during winter months:
ladner,    Westham    Island,    Port
Oulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. daily
except Sunday. Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday $nd Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Burnaby lake. Return mall i>
3 p.m.    '
Dispatched by O.N. Fyier. 4 o, m.:
Tq southern points, daily except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
NOTICE
ii.   THfc   MATTER   OF   THE   RAIL-
\\.v_ al l', auu .n uie uiauer ot thw
Vancouver, \> ._iui._.sier auJ Yukou
hallway Company and ot the Vancouver, Victor,a aud Ka_.eru Hail-
way aud Navigation Comp.uy.
a\OTU-E    IS     iilial-fcaUV     OlVl_a\     Ulftt
i':tder the provisions ot Section 361 ol
the Railway Act, an application will
,.e made to the Hoard ot Ra.lway Commissioners  for  Canada, at tho Court
Room of said Commissioners, at tho
City of Ottawa, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, on TUESDAY, the 12th
day ol May,  A.D.  1908, for a recom-
uieudialioii to the Governor ln Council
for the sanction of a certain agreement dated   tho 2tith day  ot   March,
A.D. 11.08, made  between    the    Vancouver, Westminster aud Yukon Railway  Company  of  the one  l-art,  and
the Vancouver, Victoria and   Eastern
Railway and Navigation Company   of
the other part, providing for the sale
by  tho Vancouver,  Westm.ustur   and
Yukon Railway Corntpany to and t*ho
purchase by the Vancouver,   Victoria
and   l-astoiii  Railway and navigation
Company  from  the said tl��  Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company, of all that portion of    the
undertaking  and    properties of    the
Vancouver, Westminster   and   Yukon
Railway Company, consisting of    th
line of railway in the City of Vance
ver described in said agreement
l'rom the City of Vuncouver to the
of New Westminster, and in th*
of New Westminster, and all 1?
railway connecting it with the
over the Eraser river at New
minster, and all rights arlsln
any  order  of  the   Board  of.
at*
will
-*h} la
fJomraissiou*ers for   Canada'
Ing to the maintenance 0l|im����-
of the said lines of railway       w
them, and all other proper     ..
personal, acquired for or I      ,_
. -��or m
in trust for or on account ...   .. _
��� ,     ., .</ltn tne
Ilhes of railway or any c    ...
���uTjj,r mm  *
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_���t��t,r.  o.   he   Vj       ,or^
"'"""" m"  ,,,km lb. *m*M
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Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys;
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, eic.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
MANY NAMES ERASED
FROM VOTERS' LIST
i Court of Revision on Monday
Deprived Many of Fran-
| chise���Few Exceptions.
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insia on having WINDSOR
SALT. I" w
.lames Dougherty, Depot hotel, i
bridgeman; S. B. Durhani, Windsor
accountant;    D.     F.     Esplen.l
were
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also man.curing.
For engagement r:ug un A 339.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia
St.,
ster,
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
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" 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 aJso replenished our stock of S L IRWARE, as well as all"
other lines. A piece of the Pickard Hand-Painteji China will make
a wry accept;..   ��� .'"���  win be pleas show youNrar goods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN  The feweler
���ra__��___a_\
GILLEY BRO
Weigh in Your
the difference bet.veen our co_l
and otr.ers before investing your
cash. Of course it is bu.
up money, but you might as
well have as much fire as you
can for it.
Tne  cleanness of our ce���
one good po nt. Its free burning
s another.    Give us yaur
order end you'll find many more.
LIMITED
hotel,
Agnes Btreet, captain flre department;
Fobister,  Windsor hotel,  accounfant:
j. Pulford, Windsor hotel, gentleman;
revision! Wn,_  Jas    Huston, Pine street , con-
cm Mon-j ductor:     Em.    B.     Nobles,    Seventh
Geo. A. Nel-
McRae.
steamer    Samson,    steam'oat    hand;
Duncan Hodman, Cosmopolitan hotel.!
The following is the list of names
dealt   with   at   the   conn   of
conducted by S. A. Fletchej
day   afternoon.    Those    first   named' street, marine engineer
son. dredge,    dredge    hand;
realist
NOTICE
lis.ranchised  for  vafiou-)
sons, while  the    supplementary
gives the names oi persons objected* riredge ha.-: i
to but retained on tlie voters' list:       j
Ed.  P.  Abbott.   Merchants    hotel. *"
painter; John Ackerman, Carnarvon
Btreet, longshoreman; H. P. Anderson, hardware merchant (transferred); Wm. Anderson, Fourth avenue,
miner; Marshall .1. C. Andrews, Sapperton. (VS.; Frank Andrews, bookkeeper; Irving lie, rs, theatre manager; Wm. L. Bailey, clerk; Geo. E.
B. Balderson, carpenter; Robt, M. Barclay, shingle saw tiler: John Bingham,
asylum attendant; Wm. Blair, laborer;
Sidney G. Bowley, bank clerk:
Augustus ('..*Hoxell. steward; Geo. W.
Campbell, Holbrook hotel, carpenter;
Frank Canchz, scow house, fisherman;
John T. VV. Carmichael, scow house, By-law.
fisherman; Martin Clarkson. Second
street, lugger; Thos. P. Copethorne,:
EigRS street, C. P. R. brakeman; I City Hall
J_is. Alex. Cryderman, advertising 1908.
agent; Cyril .John Davy, s.earner Flyer,
engineer; Nicholas Dionion. scow
house, fisherman; Wm. Donnelly, De-
pot   hotel,  longshoreman;   Josepli  Es-     Af|��/A|*t|COIt1__^_rltQ
pos to, Depot hotel, fisherman; Sidney    WUfCI llaClllwllfca
Bllard,   Windsor     hotel,     gentleman'
(transferred);   Frederick Folliot, rail-I
may contractor;  Thos.  Findlay, Front
street, fish  curer;  John    P.     Firlote,
j Carnarvon atreet, farmer: George Gar- '
ner, Telegraph hotel, seaman;  James
Goodfellow,   blacksmith;   Robt.  T.   F.
('.ranger, clerk:     Penwick  W.   Grant,
clerk; Bennle Green, Merchants hotel,
cpok;   Geo.   Hall,  Sapperton,  cannery
ton ta.ui:   Thos.   Hall,  asylum  attendant:    James    F.   Hunter.    Merchants
b ������ I,   arteoder; John Hendry, lumber,
merchant  (transferred;    Frank Johnson,   Sapperton,  teamster;   Thos.   W.
1.  Joyce,    teacher;  Wm. Jno. Judges,;
musician; Michael Keeppeck, teacher;
IJ.u;I  McD.     Kerr,    professor;    Thos.
Kid 1. Third avenue, farmer;   Herman
Kolkenback, barber; Geoffrey G. Laf-
ferty, bank teller: John LaPlant, Merchants  hotel,  laborer;   Freder.c T.  ('.
Lever,  journalist:     Albert  E.   Litter,'tq   RENT���-Lar
Occid ntal hotel,  machinist;   John A.    ' lshed.' vlcln.ty t .     ���.,
MacRae,     asylum.     teamster;    Wm.      r.treet    Box 216.
Miller MaGnath,    clergyman;    Mtlton ________________________________________________
Markland, conductor;    Chas. t.  Mil-  FOR SALE���Typewriter   (Callgraph),
..
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Extraordinary^j,^
on the Newest St^s
Ladies' Hats
Sixth Street Sewer Assessment
Take notice that the Council has
appointed Wednesday, the 20th day
of May. 1908, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the City Hall, New Westminster, as a time and place for holding
a Court of Revision to hear appeals
against Assessments made under the,
provisions of the  Local Improvement
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
New Westminster, May 5,
Condensed
WANTED���Lady cashier for the Bijou
theatre. Apply between 2:30 and 1
o'clock.
WANTED���Lady with some experience as bookkeeper. Apply in handwriting to "A.
A t.ibh- of stylish hats has been set apart from ou
stock  in the millinery  department.   You Can Have Your Ch
Week for $5.00.    Not a hat in the lot but  which i
production.   Regular values are $6.50 to $10.00.   Be i i
as we have placed only 25'hats on the bargain table   t thla
our small show window for u few styles.
over.
"on-e This S
..Hi's ���
i ..������  ,
See
Boys' and Girls'
(ialateo Sailors
Excellent choice
Just the lia's for
and plain straws,
fold.     'Made   with
25c  to $2.no,
the     small
some    have
wide   brims,
mixed and plain straws, some
have man-of-war bands, but
most plain ribbon bands.     All
pries found In our stock.
Each   . .25c, 35c, 50c, 75c. $1, $2
Do Ifou Know About
Heatherbloom Taffeta!
Advi  Used
journal as thi   i...
aid lining, It      .
makers claim.    ;���
silk, wears betti .
the first app<
We shclw It ii,,-. .���.
navy, cardin il an ( i    im.
New Net
Blouses
The new and popular Mouses
for ladies. Made of line plain
and spotted nets, in white
cream and ecru over Japanese
silk slip waist. Made with
abundance of tucks and rows
of Valenciennes lace and heavy
insertions.    Each   ....$6 to $10
it Special Line of Dress
Goods, 65c per yard
N. w Stripes in grej   |
42   inches   wide,   suitable   fur
ladies' shirtwaist  suits,
or children's suits.   [n,     .     .
thi> lot are  four pleci
Inch  t w.-eds -in  neat  strlpi    ,-
grey  grounds.    Regular values
of which are 85c per yai
Bpecial lot this weeh    it   per
yard   65c
blue, deep
35c to 50c
Daily .News office.
WANTED���Gentleman, single, w shes
comfortable room;  would not object
to short distance from city, if break-!
fast provided; would like occasional
use of piano if available; reasonable.'
Box 906. city.
Excellent Values in Costume Linens
Serviceable qualities in fine  linens. 36 inches wide, pale
blue, reseda green, brown natural or white, per yard  	
W.S.ColIister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
WANTED���Girl    for    general    house-:
work.    Apply (J.. Daily New;s office.
LOS
T-
-Be
ween Central
Park an
1 the
I.
O
O
F.
cemetery
brown
cloth
overcoat
Ll
ei tl reward for return
to
Di
lily
Ne*
s Office.
ge   iront   room,   turn-
can be Seen at
for quick sale.
Arrow    Press.    Jl'1
Pair of gold rimmed glasses
between o]'t-,-.i "house and corner of
Ktist anil Third stieets. Finder
ilea.-    return'to News office.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms suitable
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Alex.   Speck,  Columbia  street.
TO RENT���Fur
houseki ���., ing.
shop.
I =la
I rooms for light
Vpj ly, Empire Tailor
lard, trader; Wellington Miller, chief
of poltc.-: tiro. II. Morden, minister;
A'ul.iy Morrison, barrister-at-law; j
Thos. F. Murphy, bridgeman; John 'LOST
W. Murray, bridgeman; Frank A.
McCabe, bookkeeper: Hugh McLach-
lan, manufacturer's agent; Kenneth S.
McRae, tailor: Wm. Page, scow house,
fisherman; Ed. Geo. Pnrneli, merchant: Robt Pearson, dredge King
Edward, deckhand; Clement Pardoe,
reporter: Wm. Reese, engineer; Henry
E. K<> nson. tinner: John P. Rohne.
'��� ; hotel, fisherman; Walter Reich-
ii. butcher; Eustace M. Saunders,
clerk: Robt. K. Scarlet*, city editor
imbian; R. K. Seymour, asylum
attendant; Harlow M. Stiles, journal's': Timelon J. Tait, accountant; Claud
A. Thomas, bank clerk; Lionel I.. E.
Thompson, Sapp. rton,
ar 1 J.  Tn ml tth, ch rk;    Th ��s.    M.
Tyson, iron moulder;    James  '       ��� I. Canadl
Ti nth sti - ard;  .\emillus v. ;,,, .-��� ,\
'   - - r   B. C.    P
kda 29.
Names  Retained.	
::   ' it hotel,
En ��������� | to as
��� ��� -r lgi .   fln dl ���      bind;
"Its Turned Bad!
This will be the constant compla nt of many careworn housewives in
New Westminster this summer. Is it gong to be yours, Reader ? Why nor
study economy this summer by keeping your foodstuffs in a handy S;Z<d
refrigerator, and net to deliberately throw away your money by al!ow.ng|
the heat to turn good food into unwholesome and distasteful rubb.sh. Whyj
not always have the food crisp and tasty, both for yourself and your guests
To counteract the effects of heat by a modern convenience is the true and
practical economy, Why not call and **ee us about an inexpensive re-
fr gerator ? We have both the galvan:zed and poreclain lined in great
variety. i
And say. isn't it time to think ab^ut  f'y  Net! ng.   Mosquito D:c-s and
Window   Screens.
Now. we shall be pleased to see you   and  to  cheerfully  show ycu the;
aoou;. whether you buy or not.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
.ATS   retrlmmed  at    1ST    Auckland
Ti   th and Eleventh
U  Slip] ly of trim-
mini
HARDWARE.   ETC.
COLUMBIA   _-^c->
F-   til   H.
i   MTLL ::
*::      HANDS
tnmon Ial
TAc LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
W
8   (EVENINGS
���
ENDERS  WANTED
M.
TMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   RAILWAY
______1fi5
m
li.-1'
W"
���
Mi
I"
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ve 	
ers  will   be   received   by  the undersigned up to Monday, May 18th,
QJ*i12 o'clock noon, for the clearing, grading, etc., of the first section,
New Westminster to Cloverdale, of the above railway.
T"\��_V��ed cheque equal to 5 per cent, of amount of tender must accom-
ons and all  other information can be obtained at my office.
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Property
Pay me $700 cash and the balance of $700
in one and two years at 7 per cent, and I
will give you a 6-roomed house, complete,
with bath, pantry, etc. There is a street
at the back and frontof the lot, which is 66
feet frontage by 132 feet deep.
The lot is set out with fine fruit trees, and
is one of the best buys in the city of New
Westminster. The house is now rented for
$18.00 per month.
You car figure what interest you will get
from the rent on a purchase price of 81400.
CHAS.   GARDEN,   C. E.
'way Cc, Ltd., WestmiistelAve., Vancouver, B. C. ��,,
P.O. Box
VV. J.  KERR
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Phone 170.
i ��� ����� fL_t_L___SJi J
Time Is Money-Don Wravel, Just Talk

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