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 White, 2>Mes & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
Itf.W WESTMINSTER, .B.C
ite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Columbia St. Phone 8S
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   THUR8DAY  MORNING,  MAY  21.  19 OS.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
EXTENSIONS  |NEW RESTING PLACE    NtWINGTON WILL SAIL  ! FISHERIES TREATY       BLASTING BREAKS DOWn J:^M DOLLARS
ISood Progress Being Made Almost Forgotten femetery Aid.  Fader  and   Party   of important Provision in Draft Rotten Stump Hurled Twen- High Prices Paid for Hootch
to Connection With Mater-     on Dufferin Street Will Be    Guests to Have Pleasant    Stipulates for Integration*    ty Feet in the Air Breaks:   at  Hazleton - Poor  Re-
nity
Cottage and Home.
j
A, board of managereof the Royal
Idtabian hospital kv.ld a monthly
I    . ,,. in  iii" board of trade room
Ifljt.U'l...
iLgterday afternoon
[the chair;  Mrs. A
Broad,   Marshall   Sinclair
U es and James Johnson,  with  the
I��,,tn-v   w   ii. Keary   in attend-
Cunningham,
J.   Hill,   Mrs.
J.    J.
the uioiuh of April
Bice.
Tht  bills    lur
Inert- passed for payment.
Superintendent's   Report,
jjhe following was the report of Lhe
By superintendent, Mis. Martin:
ladies and Gentlemen,���I    beg    to
���   un   herewith,   statement  of   pati-
E|i   Royal  Columbian   hospital,   for
Ithe month of April. 1908.   Number oi
[patients in hospital April  1, 4S;  dis-
Ichargtd, 59;  died, 2;  admitted during
I April. 56;   remaining  April    ::o,  45;
lumber of patients    treated    during
hfrjl, 104;   number of hospital days,
r*,_; niinilnT    of    maternity    cases
I treated in cottage, 11;   received from
jing patients,   $826.10;   number   of
(patients in hospital May 20, 41.
Buildings  Insured.
The secretary presented a report on
���tbe amounts due to the hospital,   as
I well as amountB collected    for    last
! year,   lie also reported that, as    iu-
I struct., ai a former meeting, he had
[ placed an Insurance for $10,000 on th ���
I two new buildings, the nurses' hum.-,
..:,; :.     miiy cottage for three years,
between  the  different   companies   in
j tie city, as far as was possible.
Miscellaneous.
rhe . siting committee for me past
��� mon'h it; niied that on visiting    the
hospital thej   had  found  things very
sitisau-tur.v, and the improvement of
tie interior of the old building wus
nr* pleasing.
. Ii__ secretary  reported   that  since
ii. last regular meeting, on April 22,
the building committee had held four
meetings In counection with ihe pro-
postd ni-\.   buildings, aud the opinion
*as expressed  tnat    the    materrui,
wttage and nurses' home would    be
opened on July 1,  being now almost
completed.
The visiting committee, consisting
��' Mrs Hill. J. Cunningham and
Marshall Sinclair, were appointed to.'
the month.
A vote of thanks was tendered to
Dr. Unaerhlll for his * kindness In
bOming over to assist the bunu.ug
Mmmtttee In the selection )f a site,
and. for suggestion, tendert. as    to
Uk* direction of the new isolation cottages.
Placed on Market Soon.        Trip to the Sound.
Several lofty trees, and a
headstone, giey with
mark the II tie graveyard at the corner ol Agnes and Dufferin streets.
Few can there be in Xew Westminster who attended a funeral there,
bu* "li- ' l��ni referred io commi mo-
nates Corp. James Digby, of the Royal
Enginei rs, who .ii.��� a In the early sixties. Mayor keary rememuers stealing away a. a little child to hear a
band plaj at a funeral in this now
neglected spot���may be it was this
very Corp, DIgbj who was being kaid
iu his (juiet resting place unuer ihe
sycamores, All else has gone lo ruin,
save thai a wooden rail.ng protects
it somewhat from the suay cats and
chickens.
The city council at its next meeting
is to be asked for permission to m ive
the bodies, the idea being to bury the
remains in the present Church of England cemetery. Then the property
will be put on the market.
ALLEGED HOUSE THIEF HELH
BI BLLLINOH.M POLICE
Sheriff Williams, of Bellingham, has
in custody a man who description answers that of W. li. Barnhardt, who
secured a rig from Thompson's avery
on Tuesday, and has so far failed to
return.
It appears that a man giving tho
above name cradled at the stables about
7 o'clock a.m., and said he wished to
go to Dr. Green's property at Burnaby.
He said he had been staying at tho
Windsor hotel and would return in thj
afternoon. The story was subsequently found to be false. An employee of
the livery, George McKay, leaves for
Bellingham this morning to identify
the prisoner. The horse lie was supplied with was brown with black
spots, and a MieLaughlin buggy was
in use. The horse now in the possession of the suspect docs not answer
the above description, but the dis-
crepency is not difficult to explain, as
an exchange nuay easily have been
effected on the journey.
single ..!. fader wil; take a party oi
age, are all lhat visitors to see the .American battleship tli | in ihe sound, leaving prob-
.. tomorrow, on his boat, the New
|ington, which in her earlier days was
one of the many trawlers on the North
sea, and was in the fishing Beet tired
on ��� ie Russian admiral. Hailing
from Hull, her engines were made by
Charles D, Holmes & Co., of Hull, the
builders being Cook, Wei ton a1, Gem-
well, of that city. As she was one of
the Hull City line she hears the eres*
of that famous seaport on her funnel
still. Bought for the logging business
she is yet well fitted for a. pleasure
boat, thp acconimoda'ion being very
fine. She is driven by a single set of
triple expansion ��� engines, and al!
machinery has n British board of
tirade certificate.       ,
Tiiv. Newlngton will leave on Friday,
making a quick run down to the Sound
City, where she will sail around the
lie i, giving Mr. Fader's guests a
-pleiidld opportunity lo view and a !���
mire the big battleships at close range.
The splendid accommodation on board
the Newlngton, possibly the most expensively Cf.ted up private steamer ou
the coast, will ensure for those on
board absolute comfort.
It is probable that this will be one
of ihe last trips taken by Aid. Fader
on board'-be Newlngton, as it is bis
Intention to dispose of the boat ai au
early date. The reserve piiiv placed
on the vessel is somewhere in the
neighborhood of $SO,000.
al Jurisdiction.
Wires in Descent.
Ottawa, May 20. ��� Sir Wilfrid
Laurier presented to the House of
Commons yesterday two draft treaties
With  the  United  States,   agreed  upon :
on April ll for marking the International boundary between the Atlantic
and Pacific oceans and also for the
adoption of regulations with a view
j ti. the preservation of food fishes iu
Waters contiguous to both countries.
The treaty With regard to fisheries
is an important one, the object being
to arrive at uniform and effectual
measures for the protection, presi nation and propagation of food fishes of
contiguous waters within three month,
after the adoption of the treaty. Each
country is to appoint a commissioner
who will hold office for four years.
Within six months after being named
the commissioners will proceed to determine times, seasons anj methods
of fishing, the nets, engines, gQar, apparatus, and appliances which may be
used, and these are to ho. fixed and
determined by uniform International
regulations. The commissioners will
also have power to fix Ihe length of
close seasons, propose, limitations ani
adopt a uniform system of registry.
An important provision stipulates
that jurisdiction may lie exorcised hy
either government over the citizens
and subjects of the olher, who may
he apprehended for violation of tho
regulations.
ports From lngenica.
Writing from Hazelton, Jack Hil>-
iierton, a prospector well known In
luis city, reports that a large number
of people at present at that point are
preparing    o    leave  for the recently
CHINESE OFFICIAL COMING
TU PRESENT DAMAtiE CLAIMS
l-ong distance telephonic communication between this city and all points
souili was interrupted for about llr.ee
hours  yesterday owing to the wires
about three miles on the <l'l1<'i* Bid i discovered gold fields near the In-
of the river having teen broken genlca river, their firm belief that the
through  alleged  reckless  blasting  by | Ipcallty is a new i:i Dorado being in
a man clearing land.    According to ro
ports, this party undertook to bla
s; a
rotten stump, using too heavy a
charge of blasting powder. Thp stump
was hurled about twenty feet/in tne
ail, falling across the telephone wtra
in its descent, breaking the line and
splitting one of the poles.
As soon as Ihe trouble was discovered, linemen were rushed to the
scene and repairs commenced at
once. Within about three hours coin
niunicialion wns once more established
with .points to the south. It is quite
likely that the man responsible for
the accident-, whose name has nol
yet been learned, will be prosecuted
ui a charge of blasting without using
I rotior precautions.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
VICTORIA  TO  SEATTLE
PICNIC PARTY WANDERS
THREE DAYS WITHOUT FOOD
Lost   Their   Way   in   Dense   Wood-
Worn Out by   Exposure When
Rescued.
TOMMY BUHNS STILL WANTS
HOG'S SHARE OF BIG PURSE
London,   May   20.���Tommy    Burns,
the heavyweight pugllst, today sent a
I cablegram to Jack cur.ey.of Chicago,
| accepting an offer to fight Jack Johnson, the colored heavyweight, on La-
| bor Day for a purse of $35,000, Burns
New   York,  May   20.���Six  seamen,  to have $30,000, win, lose or draw.
��ho, with  twonty-flve otheis, had a     Burns' acceptance is as follows: "1
���""n-'.., escape from death when the I wlll accept $36,000 for Labor day. You
Briii-d,
SHIPWRECKED   SAILORS
HAVE   NARROW   ESCAPE
earner Cacique  i,,ew up
md i know my terms.   lotteries to referee.
son
Bank on ih,. Peruvian coast last month,
srrlveU nere today ou the Bteamer
finance from Christobal. The other
'"' : ': - ol the crew, al] of whom
remained In Peru. The watt) waa bound tor San Francisco with Ifrom Curley.
1' ��� " ol naphtha.   When IBO miies: *���
"" s-::' a Elena, Peru, she caught Ore,
*���������' naptha exploding, and the thirty
""a "ii board rushed tor the   boats.
'Mi...
Nell will   post    the forfeit.    Sign for
me."
Samuel  Fitzpatrick,    manager    to .
.lack  Johnson,  said  today that  John-
had  not   heard anything    direct
Yaueouvor, .May 20.���;Tun Jin Liu,
vice-secretary of the Chinese embassy at London, Kngland, Is en route
to Vancouver and should arrive in
the course of a day or two. Ile has
been commissioned by the Chinese
foreign office ��.o come io this city iu
connection with the settlement of the
claims of the Chinese resident!, for
damages sustained during the anti-
Asiatic ricJ.s of last fall.
The. claims which will be laid before Commissioner W. L. Mackenzie
King next week will amount to between $:.0,000 and $40,000 for actum
and consequential damages. The
claims are lodged by the Chinese
government against (Jreat Britain anil
Mr. Mackenzie King is now on his
viay here from CJ.tawa to settle them
on behalf of the Dominion gov
ment. The opening sitting of
commission has been called
May 25.
. rn-
the
tor
reached the Peruvian coast thri
Myi later.
GIVES ROBBER $15
TO   SAVE   BABY'S   LIFE
Ml
Presentation to Mi��g Dean.
weiiiy  young  people,    friends
ol
Seattle, May 20.~Pwsslng B revolver close to the head of a sleeping baby in its cradle, a robber who
entered the home of Mrs. Jack Mad-
south   and    Sno-
evenli
,w Alice Dean, who is leaving short- Iden,   Sixth avenue
>' for Boston and olher eastern points,  qualm* street, Monday night, tnrea-
W��     a   Burnrtafl     rifett      vesterdav  ened to kill the child unless its moth-
er gave him all the money in thc
house. Fearful for her child, Mrs.
Madden hastily secured her purse and
gave the thief $15. Not satisfied with
this sum, tho robber searched the
house for more money, and upon leaving cautioned Mrs. Madden not to
make an outcry or he would return
a
surprise visit yesterday
'"g to that young lady at
J11-' residence of Mr8 uilley,
'���'Kiitii street, in the course of which
��o unexpected guests presented Miss
*'���������> W'th a handsomely bound book
���-'"titled "Friendship." The evening
���':'s -pent in pleasant games, singing
"��d music, the party breaking up
'hortlj before midnight. Miss Dean
Reposes spending some time at her
I d "'"��'-. In St. Stephens, It being her
"tention to return io Westminster
'"''"" 'he middle of September.
Court Says Sake Is Liquor.
s'"i FraaclSOO, May 20.���That sake,
'  '"i'anese liquor, should be classed
s w|ne and taxed as such, was the
"('u "�� of the United  States circuit
Mrl of appeals today In a suit Involv-
''"' payment, of $500,000 In duty 'j
NEGROES COMPEL PASSENGERS
TO HAND OVER VALUAbLES
.Mexico City, May 20.���News has
just been received heje that < lie occupants of two sleeping cars attached
to a train winch left this city ou Saturday lor Vera Cruz were held up by
/.wo negroes and ri Iteved bl their
money and valuables amouutlng to
about. $10011. The robber., entered the
train at midnight, i-\e.iy one abuarl
had retired. One of the doors was
locked, while at the other mjood an
armed guard covering the aisle with
two revolvers. Another negro made
the rounds of the various berths and
held up the individual passengers at
the poiuit of a pistol. When
negroes had completed their
they locked the passengers in
escaped.
Seattle, -May 20,���The International
Steam8hlp company, which is engage 1
in a rale war with tlie Canadian i'a-
ciiic Railway company between Settle
and Victoria, has again taken thc
aggressive and has announced that
beginning the first of next week lhe
fare to Victoria cjn the steamship
Chippewa will be cut in two, making
the round trip fare fifty cents.
This cut not only will ho. met by
tho Canadian Pacific, but the cut rate
will probably ho in force all summer
on the American boat.
INJURED IN WRECK ON
CANADIAN  NORTHERN
Winnipeg, May 20.���The Canadian
���Northern flyer, which left here liust
night for Minneapolis and St. Paul,
was wrecked at Cartler statiou, fifteen
miles south of here. The tender of
the engine left the rails first, throwing
the engine on its side. Three coaches
left the rails, the express, mall and
baggage cars, and second class
coaches. Fireman McBride wins Injured about the shoulders and back.
The passengers escaped with only a
bad shaking up.
Bellingham, May 20.���After wandering through the dense wood of Chuck.
anut mountain, completely bewildeiv 1
and without fixid or shelter since Sun
day morning, U. W. Crawford, his
wife, Joe Lester and Gertrude Web-<
sier were foiu-d ai the head of Oyster
creek late yesterday afternoon. Early
ibis morning they, with their rescuers,
arrived al the plant of the Huntoon
Oyster company, and from there were
taken to their homes in South Bellingham today.
They were completely worn out by
the exposure to the rain and the lack
of food. When they left their homes
Sunday morning, for a picnic ln the
woods, they carried only a light lunch.
They were dressed In light clothing
and were not prepared to withstand
the terrible ordeal through which they
were compelled to go.
Yesterday they skirted to try and
make their way to the city. They
walked for miles, but could not make
any headway, Al lust, late In tho
afternoon, they heard the Bhots fired
by W. Qiilmhy and a man ,11111110.1
Newell, who were seachlng. They
came together al the head of Oyster
creek.
i 1,0 waj affected by the return of stray
parties of disappointed prospectors
I who have failed to connect wilh tbe
!; ellow metal after spending a COB-
blderable time on the spot. According to reports from miners returning.
In many planes tunnels have been
sunk to a depth of over twenty-five
teet without touching bed rock. Xo
fabulous finds ar? reported by any of
the returning prospectors.
Fred K. Stagg, a miner with Ions
experience in mining camps, aud who
recently made a brief stay in Hazelton. is of the opinion tnat there is an
abundance of platinum on the lngenica, declaring that he has seen as
many as 100 colors in one pan. His
theory is supported by several other
old miners at present in the northern
town.
Hazelton is at the present time oa
the verge of becoming a "dry" town,
nol owing to thc activity of temperance, people, but because 01 the
scarcity of liquid stimulants, the sun-
pi) having almost entirely run out at
the time Mr. Ilihberson wrote. In
obedience to the unalterable law of
supply and demand, lhe price of
hootch of various brands lias taken an
upward hoist that puts the luxury be-
yond the roach of many at that point.
A halt bottle Of cheap gin sold there
a few* days iago for $25. and other
liquors bring prices in proportion.
There appears to be no chance of increasing the stock and incidentally
decreasing prices for some weeks to
come.
CANADIAN LABOR APPEALS
FOR PROTECTION OF COTTON
the
work
and
CHICAGO SALOONS WIN
FIGHT FOR OPEN SUNDAY
ind kill both the baby and her.
Chinese Extend Boycott.
Chicago, May 18.���The appellate
court today affirmed the decision of
the lower court in declaring that the
mayor of Chicago cannot be forced to
i close the saloons on Sunday in c-.-n-
! formlty with the statute.
20. ��� The
Population of Winnipeg 118,000.
San    Francisco,    May
Chinese boycott of j^^^ ,    Wlnnipeg, May 20._Th6 flgure8   t0
city.    Twenty , come from the assessment   commls-
who    had  sioner's department, which    will    be
lhe
:<|v"rnraent.
out of the se!
has extended  to this
Chinese ^"^*r bomes   *  *iven out In ��� few days,   will   show
r;;i; _! take passage j Winnipeg*   popul.Jlon   to be abou:
c nina <uu<... \moriea Maru,  118.000.     The   assessor's   figures   of}nwv��d .0 the undertaking parlors
St-id ?��. Tou.d wait a week until ! population are usually regarted a. b-
,;,' Siberia ionves. .    ��� inf very near the mark.    , .��� ,^
Black Hand Bomb Outrage.
New York, May 20.���A woaltliy
Italian physician's refusal to comply
with the demands of Black Hand
criminnls resulted in grave danger to
the lives of a hundred persons today
when a bomb was oxploded In Ihe
tenement house at "16 Fast Flftienth
street. As It was four were Injured
and the other occupants of the house
rushed into the street in panic while
doors and beams, which had been
twisted out by the explosion, tumbled
around them. The lower part of the
house was completed wrecked.
Heavy Deal in California Oil.
Los Angeles, May 20.���What is
ft ated to be one of the largest oil
deals In the history of thc petroleum
Industry In California was made public today wben It was announced that
the American Petroleum company, of
this city, had acquired 1200 ncres of
oil land In the heart of lh" coaling
district In Fresno county. A bond
Issue of $2,000,000 has been voted by
the company for this purpose.
..Uiniiv.il, May 80.���The striking
col ton mill workers last evening deposed President Giganac, who opposed the present strike, and Emil
Ouelette was elected In his ste-ad. The
counsel also appointed a delegation U��
await upon Rudolpho. Lemieux, federal
minister of labor, tomorrow and notltv
I.I111 that he was expected to eettle
thc strike at once by seeing that the
cotfon Industry received a measure pf
protection suffli_lent to allow the
manufacturers to meet the competition
,*f the United States mills and pej.
living wages to their employees.
NIGHT RAIDERS SING HYMNS
WHILE BURNING TOBACCO
MANIiOBA TOWN  18
SWEPT BY FLAMES
, i-
Laceuter, Ky., May 20. -Kneeling
on tho ground in the moonlight, wlOi
their heads bowed, while their leader.
bla masked face turned toward heaveu
offered prayer, a bund ol night riders
IftSl night destroyed the big lobiicci
barn of II. I). Mtiddox, not far from
ihis place, The spectacle was witnessed by a young couple who were returning from a party and who were
captured by the riders and forced to
accompany them to the prayer meeting nnd l.iarn burning.
After the flames were under headway the young people were Instructed to go home, and as they left tbe
raiders were singing "Nearer, My
God, to Thee."
Died In Operating Chair.
Vancouver, May 20.���Undergoing an
operation for tonsllltte   Utile Walter
Ptakc. aged nine, lhe son of Mr. P. {practicing with ���ome degree ot regu-
W. Peake. of 278 Barnart *.***% yes- Wsr^.y, It is ndt likely that they will
terday 'afternoon died in the operating \o able to put a strong enough line-
Lacrosse Match Tonght.
The Sapperton Intermediate lacrosse
team wlll meet the Westenders at
Queen's park this evening, when the
luteal addition to the intermediate
ranks will have a chance to show what
sort or stuff it consists of. Although
the Sapperton boys have   been   out
chair at a Granville   street   surgery
through   the   administration   of  an
anestbfi le.   The remains   were   roof
Greene & Simpson, where an inquest
It being held this afternoon-
up in tbe field to Defeat the West*
enders, admittedly the best team la
^he league this year, according to
present showing. The regvlar admittance fee ot ten cents w .rbe tihargad
at the gate.
Uussell, Man.. May 20.���The worst
(ire In the history of the place visited
this town last night. The west Bide
el the main street for half a block was
wiped out. The buildings burned are:
T. A. Wright's office, (i. W. Glover'-t
sioro, R, A. Rogers' office, Odd Fellows' hall, J. W. Fraser's store, A.
B, Gal ns' office and Matheson"*.
store.
The loss ts approximately $150,000,
not half covered by Insurance.
FLEE3 FROM  PLAQUE AND' ' I
IS  KILLED BY  MEDICINE
New York, May 20.���Fleeing from
plague.stricken Venezuela, Eduardo
ile Kri-zo, a coffee planter, came to his
den th In a fashionable New York hotel early today by taking what he believed to be a harmless medicine. His,
wife, who also took some of the medicine, is In a serious condition, it le
believed that, the clerk nged thewrone:
bottle In flHts.. the prescription.
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FOR SALE.....
William M. O. Dawson.
William M- 0. Dawson, governor of West Virginia, was born iu
.Maryland, .May 21, 1863. As a youth he removed with his father to
Vest Virginia ana bis education was received In the public schools of
ihat state. He spent some tim > at the cooper's trade and subsequently clerked In a store and taught school. In 1S7_ he settled in the
town of Klngwood and became editor of the local paper. His political
career began about the same time with his election to the chairmanship of the county Repui lican committee, a position he continued to
fill for thirteen ..oars. He was elected to the state senate in 1S80,
was re-elected in 1884, but declined a renomination in 1888. In 1891
3Ir. Dawson was chosen chairman of the State Republican committee,
and three years later, West Virginia, which had always been looked
upon as a Democratic state, was placed in the Republican column. Ho
served as chairman until 1904, when he resigned. In the same year
he was elected governor, having served two terms previously as sec-
lt'tary of state.
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11 * deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
J i Eighth ave. and Second St.
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This Date in History.
MAY 21.
lt><.0���John Eliot, the Indian apostle,
died In Hoxbury, Mass. Bepu
in Kngland in 1004.
17S0���Elizabeth G. Fry, pioneer promoter of prison reform iu
Europe, born in England. D.t'.i
there, Oct. 12, 1845.
152_�����Second cotton factor, in South
Carolina established at Pendleton.
li'i'Z���Election riots in -Montreal.
ISBl���-Benjamin Paul Akers, the noted
sculptor, died in Philadelphia.
Born in Maine, July 10, 1825.
15S4���First express trains run between .N'ew York and Buffalo.
iS7fi���Donald A. Macdonald entered
office as lieutenant-goveynor
of Ontario.
Iis2���The British expedition arrived
at Alexander, Egypt.
IS94���The Manchester ship canal
opened.
AT THE  HOTELS
Russell.
Joseph J.  Weil, Xew  Loik.
U .  J.  C.  Hunter, Vancouver.
___.   W.   Fowler, Seattle.
W.  J.  Coieman, Seattle.
Francis -Andrew, Detroit.
James Blnnie, Vancouver.
J. H. Kennedy -and wife, Seattle.
J.  W, Ducha.let, Vancouver.
J.  Walsh, London, England.
C.  C.  Gladwin, Vancouver.
V\ .   F.   Cameron,  Vancouver.
W.   H.   .Morrison and  friend,  Vancouver.
H.   K.  King, Vancouver,
H. Bur-ridge, Vancouver.
A.   .Morrison, Vancouver.
Airs. Dodd, Sydney, X. S.
Mrs. Snyder, Sydney, X. S.
Mrs. Boak, Vancouver.
E.   H.  Hudson, Vancouver.
E.   Go;hard,  Vancouver.
W.   B.  Brunell. Toronto.
K.   G.   Kolston, Vancouver.
JV. Miller, Vancouver.
H. Newman, Vancouver.
Robert A.  Begg, Calgary.
-N. C. Gilns, Seattle.
Windsor.
A.   E.  Fraser, Langley.
���I. Feck and wife, East Deita.
A.   H    Pric-. Coquitlam.
O.   Manzer, Silverdale.
J. Lines, Langley.
Kurck, Seattle.
M. Jorgensen. Vancouver.
.Tobn Adair, Cloverdale.
P. O. Horluke, Vancouver.
A. Smith, Vancouver.
Ttt��  Difference.
ftnall Boy-Pa, what is the difference
nwrvreen a pessimist and an optimist-
Pa���Well, let me see if I can Illustrate.
Sfou kuow I am often discouraged, and
things don't look to me as If they'd
ever so right. Well, Ht such times I
can be said to be a pessimist. But
W***U ago, when I was a young man,
thwjrflftog looked bright and rosy, and
( ��-���_* always hopeful. Then I was an
optimist. Now, my son, can you understand the difference between a pea.
etniist and an optimist? Small Boy-
Oh, yes; one la married nnd the other
Isn't���Harper's Weekly.
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A.
V.
Canae of Hi. Joy.
"What are you looking so happy over,
old man?"
*'/ am rejoicing over tbe birth of
twin-..''
"Great Scott! I congratulate you!"
"Den't congratulate me. Go and con-
tgr.-filiate Evans. He's the lucky man.
t never did like him." -Philadelphia loci .sir-nr.
In Luck.
WTVii.  fr.irze .  nol...  lots dow_l  the ban
And craCker smoko wreaths Curl,
���tea Uttl*r WlHls thanks his atari
He waa not born a girl.
Takes Them Off.
"Why do the good die young-***
'Tt is a malady that very quickly
proves fatal, and only the young are
ever afflicted."
And In.ight.
""Wi... happens when people fall ls
*��ve nt firit sight?"
���Uawilly mar-luff*, aud necond tight'
Wanted ���:��� Lost -:��� found
For Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- He.
WANTED���Young girl to assist in
housework. Apply at once. Mrs. F.
Lynch, Columbia street.
FOR S_VLE���Six room modern liouse,
full sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
it being the third lot east of Sixth
street on the north side of Fourth
avenue. Price 12500; terms, $309
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Look through this house and if you
think favorable of it write me and
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street, Vancouver.
LOST���Black silk umbrella, sterling
silver top; left on the 4:40 city car
Tuesday afternoon. Finder kindly
return to Daily News office.
WANTED���Girl for restaurant work.
Apply Kenny's restaurant, Columbia
street.
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WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
Nothing gives a bright res dence a
yreaiter setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A   little   attention  will   reward   you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one  looking for all  the world  like
|   a dirty, tattered, listless Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted. We have a large variety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented, and we respectfully solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stocks of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
j BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
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PKone 101
PKone 101
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
COLUMBIA  STREET
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Cottag
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WANTED���Roomers and boarders;
rates reasonable. Apply Jack Cash,
corner Eighth and Carnarvon street.
OX AGNES STREET���four rooms���modern. Price $1450.   Terms $200
cash, balance $15 per month.
OX ROYAL AVENUE���five rooms, modern. Price $1575. Terms   one-
third cash, balance six and twelve months.
OX NINTH   STREET���four   rooms; fine fruit.
$600 cash, balance $15 per month.
Price $1600.    Terms
WANTED���Light employment in   or
around office, or shipping clerk    by
steady, trustworthy,  reliable    man;!
knowledge   of   bookkeeping.   Apply
"E.Z.," Box 29, city.
P. PEEBLES ��"���
Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town- All slashed; no buildings; good
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable term..
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed;
two room house; small garden and Chicken house jr.t run: splendid
soil and good water.    Price $1200.   Reasonable term..
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
WANTED���Girl   for    general   housework.   Apply G., Daily News office.
Estate
��� 270 Columbia St      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon.. 307
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LOST���Between Central Park and the
I.  O.  0. F. cemetery, brown cloth!
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return
to Daily News Office.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 260 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed glasses
between opera "house and corner of
Fust and Third streets. Finder
1 lease return to News office.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
HATS retrinimed at 1S7 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
TPARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
-*- skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
TTT ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
�� ��       in    English  subjects,  classics
science, mathematics. .Box 4S7. city.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBIiNG
and   HEATING
80LE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   ....      50c
  OR	
One package White Swan washing
powder with 2 packages White
Swan Soap for .      .      .      50c
Take advantage of this special offer; it won't last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Pennsylvania
-Blacksmiths'
BEST   QUALITY
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 v Phone
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW 1ST
'Phone   105.
NOTICE
.1M0"!B1��c_Pc_9Gb
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN    that
j one (1) month from the date hereof
I a-pplication    will    be   made    to    the
I Governor-in-Council    under     Chapter'
| 115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada,! BOOKING TO A.NT. FROM ANY
1806, for approval of plans of a bridge, POINTS IX THE OLD COUNTRY
to be constructed by the Victoria Ter-j CA.\ BE ARRANGED AT THIS QF-
I minial Railway    and    Ferry Company  FICE.
over the Serpentine river on the line      Next   sailings
of tho said company's railway between May 29.
Blaine and Olivers in tbe Province of
British Columbia;  and also   for   approval of plans of a bridge to be con-
of   the   Empresses
Phone 97.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Managei
A GENERAL  BANKLNG BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
i structed   by    the    Victoria  Terminal
: Railway and Ferry Company over the
.Nicomekl river on the line of the said
( company's railway between Blaine and
I Olivers in the said Province of Brilish
I Columbia.    Plans of each of the sal-**
' bridges and descriptions   of each   of
, the sites thereof have liccn deposited
���ith  the Minister of Public  Works,
ind in the Land   Registry Office    at
New Westminster, British Colombia.
Dated this 1st day of April,  A.I
j 1908.
A. H. MacNEILL,
Solicitor for the ���Vt.t-.llcur.t.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. A sent.
Westminster
Transfer Co
%-titry facility afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BY MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
JiK-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinf
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
rliotin'r an
Anrnne (ending ��� gketcb and do_crlntlon ravf
���certain our opinion free who-'
'1 probably paUntaMe.   C_iinn.inic_.
rconodoiitiai. HANDBOOK on r��i..ii_(
.... ,.-_. .-Meat sfeuej tot aecuruiR patenm.
Patent* taken through Munn ft to. reoolra
'    ' "   _    wllkAHl _kaa_a    !_>.__.
qulnkl* ascertain
lu-ent Ion ta
ttonaatrlotlr
���ent free. Ol
1 U-0I1__   UUPU   IIII'JUKU   _UU_.11   Cb   l
special notte*, wit bout chanre, in tho
Scientific American.
A hanclaomely Uluatratctl weekly. iMtgmt olr-
oulnt Ion of any i.ienMtlo Journal. Ter ma for
Caiuila, 4.1.76 a year, poatage prepaid, .,,1J bv
all nor.-dealer-.
Braaeh Office, km v BU WMbio��toa, a C.
Regular sailings beoveen
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &   Ker    wharf,
New Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
R. WHITMORF, Secretary.
English   and American   Billiard  Ta- j
bles,  Cowling  Alleys, etc.    New and!
second ��� hand  tables  and  supplies  In
stock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2��98. p.  o. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, p..nder St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  Messrs. Samuel  May &
CO.. pronto,
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Weatminater, b. c.   '
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issu��?d to
John S. Robson on the 16th day of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be mudo to mo
in writing by a person or persons
claiming au estate or interest therein, or In any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person pr persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th July, 1890���Louis Willie to
Ernst Gr.au.
Conveyance In fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
i   "��*" per C. E. Robson.
'- Applicant.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New Vork, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   snle    to  a
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Rounu  Trip
Ratea  to  Southern  California
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Ageiit,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. <-.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore- ���aiRSD-*
MAY 21, 190E.
THETUllA' NEWS.
PAOH TWeTtrlt
do .roi/ possess
comfortable $& - a g    ,
7HE NECESSITY   : , s neverfc
-, ....parent than a. tl . ��� me
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ROYAL BANK ^ ONAM
b yon to join the l..--_ ���  ���       ,
INTEREST M3] I
.   money where i1 ii acci I ,..,,.
BJkNKING T'.Y MAI]
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I GET READY fOR VICTORIA DAY
Lawn Grass S
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30c Ib
At
TME    KIND   THAT   GROV. S
Ryall S Drug Store
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Deatcrs m All KinJt ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work.    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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or Silket (e
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Silk Shirts
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Shirts
Leather Belts
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
| Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster  I
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
E-anchea throughout Canada and New toundland, and In London, Kngland,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A Den-
eta) Hanking Business Tranaac .*>d.
t-Mters of Credit issued, available witl correspondents in all uarU of the
World.
fcvlngg Bank Department Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
m\V WE8TMINSTER BRANCH <i. U. BRYMNER. Manager
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone 3.-3,
2,000 Cords Taa Bark(| T|ie0fjen|a|(.ntracta
WANTED
AT TIIE
J of Vancotwar.
j     Japane��e Laser CotsUsOm*.
J     ��vv   VV
FRASER RIVER TANNERY i	
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restorlBitet   ri-rz P. O.   j,
box MS i
Boys' or Men's, all sizes, all priced
Straw Hats     Panama Hats     Manila Hats
Land and Water Hats
Phillips, The Wardrobe Clothier
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
B-iti.h  Columbia Coatt  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA    ROUTE.
Royal arrive in Victoria 8 ���" . _d
Charmer arrive In Victoria 8 SO �� B_
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p ca.
Rojial arrives Vancouver 8 fc.ffl
V ANOOUVER -VICTORIA   ROUTE,
Princess   Royal   leaves   Vancouvei
ai l:30 inn. dniiv tor Vlotorla
Charmer leaves Vancouver al n 30
' ui  dully I'M'i'iit Sunday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
Princess   Victoria   leaves   Victoria
5 30 I'm. dull. ; arrives lu Seattle B 'M
p.in. dally,    Leavea Beattle :i a m
dully; arrives in Victoria I p.m. dally,
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
8 S   Tees
Leaves Vlotorla n p.m. 1st and nth
of each month tor Olnyoquot, UoiquI*
to Hm inn- and way porta; "th of Moh
month for tjuniHiiio and way ports;
.nth ot each month for AJiouiet, Quat-
Hiim, Cape Bootl and way porta-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. H Jnan
i_eav<'. Vancouver 1.90 pin dally,
exoepl Sunday* Friday and Saturday
leaves   ni i p.m.   leaves Naoalmo a)
7 a.  in
NORTHERN ll. C.  ROUTE.
8.8.  Amur.
Prom Vlotorla ii p.m.. Lit i IBlhi
from   Vanoouver   at   I   p  to.  md
ind    HIIli   ot   mu li   month,   calling   ai I
BKidegato oq dral trip and ite.ia Cools
'in second trip,
RIVERU  INLET,  VAN  ANDA,  LUNO.
ETC.
S. 8. Queen City,
r'roni  Victoria  i p.tn. I'vrj  W'dii'ft-
day, from Vancouver    10   am. i-r'r/
Thursday.    fK'tiirnlng firrtveo at v "  !
couver Hurulfiy afternoon;   at Victoria
Monday morning, via tody*ml Iti.
VV KiVKH.
Heaver���
From    N'fiw    Weatiainxt^r    MOfidaf,!
tt'edn'ia'lay and Friday.
From f'hllllwack Tuesd*.. Thursday |
-md Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
0. ft. Transfer.
W<���I Trari.*tf.;r l^av . W< �� Weal
SSiMtar Monday, Tu'iswlay. W'-Iti' ld*y,
Thursday. Friday an4 Iftflrday M 2
p.m.    Additional trip Mot-day '��� �� rn
\Mmw%    WSSOtSS*    \Smtm4    mWttOMf,
T**t4*9,  W*>dne*Jay, Thursd./.  I '
arday at 7 a.m.    Frid.iy �� a.m.    Additional  Tip t**star4**f ie.aye lA.'.ntr h>
,.   ;.m.
i uatt-Tiittt-nr-i..-*. -   -
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Departmenl ol him works, r-anada |
lenders Tor COAL
sr \i Bt) ri-.MH-iiv ;i'id" Med te
the underaigned and emiewwd i *-��� >i i
toi Coal," will ix> reeeived at in ���
Resident Engineer'B Office, Ne^ Weal
niiuMi'i. n C��� up i" ii'i'iu ot rii"**diiy.
ind June n-eitt, tor the .uin>i. "t <-o;i'
required for the uee ot tin' h����h Boan!
"Samson" and Uiedge 'King BdwW'd"
during the eurreni ftaea) yn&u ettdiftg
31a. March, IB0B,
rii" coni mual i��' ii iii-imrIi Cotuihbia
product of approved tjual 'v. lump, nnd
iio delivered lo such uh.huiip*. as may
iio required,   00a! for dip suae Boat
"Shii.ou''   Is   In     ln>    df'livPi'Pd     and
stored in *hed on th's Qovsf&mn&i
Wharf, Now Westmiufltef, Goal to.
thp Dredge "King BdWftfd" if <o he
delivered iiinnasidp the   Dradgo   ai
Now Wi'i-Imin. tor. on iBOWfl furnlBliP'l
iiy the Departinenl of fublto Wsfka,
thp lowinB to tin done by thft ion
tractor.
T_W lOWSHI or any lomlpr will    mu
necessarily be aooepted
ll    A    KKI'.FI'IR,
Resident Hoglnee.
Resident Bnglneer'a tirrir", n��w Wi'Rt
minster, H   c, lith May, LOOi
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Tht- F��t|t��   .Vim Ws-   M_Hr ���,   Pw���� a*
a Flghtinc  Cock.
v-<ip.�� ol _omotblng wiil-?'.'- f��n��a_
teld n  i-p.'l<fli'lil  "(",���>   ��o vlvkHj   -t-^ifrt
only ii imiTi -wlrli . nulloi  Inwriix-i <^onWI
ti'll It Ms Wfell, Itilmti   ll  '*������   I I*   nrWS
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cock, plctu ���������'  ti   Iii   Hem dctafl  M
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!;-- Hfci  h.'iny   Idnw.tivl  Htin-M-rt-
blrd you i-iin fct-'h 'cro."
".Mi rii'i.i.  "We'll fudnK on<v'' ���u.V' ���..)���.
.nllors    Wliefi ii'"\   got  aboard
���ii-:'.'il   ur.  nn   Airu'i'K'Mt   ..���.���1.-      \fttfr
ihi'li own manner, tttt*>j  palnte��fi   Ma
I'.'.l   spil.'."l  nnd  i'1'i'r.'d  foro nrA trfH,
'������:""-' "lm- t.ti- p'ii-1" fo n coi-1   W?��#f!
mmU    Uii'V   wcril   ,'i'horo   fo   frfl   thi^r
���      ������       r ....     i      "��    ��tU
��������� nd.
' .      I "��� I   li ' ���.   th
" ������     ���'���������1    - bflCl   ' ������' ���-���'���-   f-*vT
��� urpriii'.   tin hi 1"" I ���������   ���-'    U
H'..   -','i!l.
Is'ov    hring <rti ycni  hfrd      yrtlftfl
the  "Hii.'i-     ^   RHrnttfng -vk^i   *-*���-�������
thiY'%.n   Info   IWr. pit   ftnd  wfi'.  ��� -o<**a��t��r
Brii'firlNe to the poor AlsmftTrtlfi. ^n^*.
I... i'li'-Vod up r!.-"'.'i   (mil  , li"-.'   *���-  -i"ho
���w ,'.n. wondmnfc "h"i  "tvonM n-n- ������������������
T,.'\t The i-Oi-K vt'ftHced Ihroo WitiW
' tt��aj0frt1Callj .round the .'1 !���,���!<��� '-Tf^rnK
j fit Ms FirriTii.ro opponent, thf ch*$<> r��l-
j In-/ lower find lower ��nd loraM'nfc
ni'..nml nnd fibeve him for nn evfifrirm-
tlon of what If nil meant. w(...f ******
.rowil were yelling rrmdly for H*
Knirlish fiirht'T. The enple m��^ Mm-
.elf nmallcr find umallov. bnt nt Vi***-.
finilliiR Hint he 'ould Cei Mi"". T.r> fwr-
thei fUld ihinliinu thnl pori.f.h,i.|t viw
f\|-'..'tei1 of bim, nnd. ft. the r^*\
dashed nt him ntrnin. Biretehfwl i-m. >*
i.'ir . !n^-*a nnd tool. Ms opvonenl "hy
tli" neck.
ll'iv \Vhlf1l'-v enderl wilh ��t�� ,-iti*tr\���
ii"n l.y motions ot whnl the fttttfi* AM
He ciril.-licil ''in bis nrrti. sh-.|*w^r. tda
h.ind like ft clA\v. whli'b by th.* .iirre
looked like �� renl On*, dvew It t��r. M*
month nnd wlfb one hire im..'*'*.. nft
the bond ns he IhoVighl nn Mgle w'rrTit
do It. Then he looked blnnd.y fitnint
tli" room, ns lhe en>rle hnd done, til Iti*
nsti-hlshod cniwd nnd snid. "Now .itttih
on y.mv other birds." 'Otto "Km-Tu*-* tn
i vinnvv.
AINIO WHOLESOME.
POUND CAN 26o
HAMS����
18c. n��r ,b-
THt
Central Meat Market
eorfi����r l.lehth K. ��iid    Fifth Avenue
RHONE 37n.
BOWELL 4. OODV, Froprifttora
HAV. Q
!LLETTCOMP*NV
LIMItlD
TCnONTO.ONT
J. HENLEY
Mftimfapturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aeralrd Watert.
Pamlly trade a apeclalty.
rei. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WE9TMIN9TER    R.   C.
c
OOKSLEY'S
Picture
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Raid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.       '
POSTCARDS
AIIF,  NOW   OM  RAI_M   AT
M   MOREY'S  STATIONERY   9TORE.
J   ';   DAMON'S CIOAR  DIVAN, arul
ft   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  STORE,
_* ���?���;   n.a<��*r*-fitIon��
:'l or a,i.-trees
and   faforroatlot
���TO OOTTLBT.
A<��nt, f,*m Weetmir.ater
.**rr- i��m.
8. 3
***���***. Afoot,
���aaewiffW,
j. w. ti:
i*n��na <B|crt__t��Biit
F. CRAKE
Eng llth Watchmaker
fu-o .mm from   Gee. Adam*, Gr*e*t
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
i,��fli��s' (.old Watt-hiM troin
OentlF-meti'S   Silver   Wate!
f��'e. M.tK).
Oentietnen's' Silver Watcnee.
?***. |7.50 ui).
At��_it for the celebrated 8outh Bead j
Watehes, supplied   to   tbe    Weltman
^���.Wlc Kxuedltlon.    \l\ warranted.
flhains. Rings. Jewwrj.. etc.. etc. /
^Patch   repairing;    snargee
"���Tenth St., be-
er House and
!h's Factory.
ah ���
JfJWN RE1J*
!r^t*ph*���Jj$fm,���
tmlnster.
fii-te'l..,' :
TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
1,ondon's trouble ts ber ^k
ToVyo's inmble ls parthrt,nftW��. "Iti
hev woi-sl 2O.i.*i>.i0 ivsidents urn- k.l.i-i-.
The intsl'.l Is the ttvttbl* ot "Mnv
HfllteA, no '-"( wind Hint ___t_*kSli if"?
rltj-'s dentb nite IV. i*ov i ent
I'nHutln's tvonble 1* rholevn. ��n��l Wi*
bub.inle plnia'tu1 is the ti.iuble of Bom
bny.   Kiieb rlty pn.vs to her tvonMr ��t.
nunnnl tribute of vflXtO sonlft.
Ibiardnd's Inmble ts tlv< ' Rnptad a*"**!-*-
bMl," ft son> Mint nttftt'Us iivncttriittT
every l-i^sldent nml Visitor, Irtivlnir *
button f-.hnped pennnnent scrtr.
Mndilil's tvonble ts the nolnnc*. tl ���wa-in-
inev wind rt*mn Hip soutbenst. lt 1st *.*-
eeedliiRly lint nnd Is iiccompftntort tw
bllmllnp. chofeliiR clouds ef dn*t. *o
llmt not with, tnndlni- n tpnipon-t-nrT- nf
ion or 110 de-tree*, nil windows m*oe* t*
closed.   rbllndpt|ilvln Rnlletin
Ths Selenes et Chemistry.
rbemlsny did hot become n srt��*ri��
-In other ivmtlft, chetnlstry prot*pr iWI
not exist imlll the seventee-ntta rw
tttry, nnd It wns ns late ns the- mM.Hi-
of Hie plglitennth century befiMr****. tt he-
ann to amount to much. The oW Alchemy imdimbtedly contntne* fthe
irerm*., or nt least the (wsrIMIIWim*. ot
the present day chemistry, but twyrmtl
tills the relHtlnnsblp lietwee* t.tt* tstpH
ern (.ileiice nnd the nurlent rfotnatoii _��
sIlKht Indeed Rtill. It cntinot be 6*-
nleil thnt It irni. In the foolish !*tn,Trh
fnr the "flillnsopher's Stone" and the
"Plllxlr <if I,lW thnt men first hit nn-vn
Hie discoveries whleh wen' dowttnetl
In develop Into tho irrent Bi lenci. of to-
ibl.r     New  Vork   Anierlcnu*
The 9��re*��tio Csbhy.
The l.oiidiiti Imlitiy In notorious fur
nvi'iL'i'Mvn feet nml bunds 1 Jkewl-w
Ihe l.oiiilon iiibby la uetiemlly ttr->.
iii'illteil v. Mil never belnp nt n losw for
II reply One ilny ft bobby lifted tip
Ills liiiiul miilestlinlly to halt ai <Mt_-fij\
bnl the latter crnwileil Ms horso-siTMwa.
"lildn't you see me rnlse my 'nnflT"'
denmiideil the bobby. "'
T did see the sky (larknt* ni inrrnwnt
but my orse wns shylt.' at your tc**.,"
retorted the cnbby ���� he wttlpp����<1 tip
and went on - Umdon Graphic.
Ths Dine* and tht Rivsr..
Perbftps fhe l>awf< a*l*��cted the raren
for their standard out ot feelings of
$rratltm_e, for before the tnvi.ntiir.-_i nt
the mariner's compass they untM. ����� tore
found hlm extremely useful. Ttwr only
method of determining whottmr hnMl
ivas uear wns to let loose a raven. If
the bird snw land tie snllint nway fW-
ever; If he did not. he returned te He
ehlp.   tjondtin Chronhfe.
Equally Culpable.
"1 can say Tor myself that 1
hate been menn enough to get aiWvflSW
woman's cook away from her."
������Neither have I, bnt I muat
that once or twice 1 have tried to
���nr cook off on straw of my nelgbbos*.*
���    '" '    "wpewnijni    i      ���aw,���w."._
miimi MIW����#. .
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
iisning Company, Wmited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Prout
street.--, -N'ew   Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
/.���,..*���
THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1908.
THE SITUATION  MUST BE FACED.
if the Opposition at Ottawa continues tu refuse the reasonable compromise on the Elections Act offered
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Hie- duty of the
Dominion Government is clear, li Us
to vindicate, al whatever cost or In-
convenience, the right of the majority
to govern. If tue Opposition choose-;
by methods ot sheer obstruction to
prevent Cor a period the vol ing of
supplies they will assume a respbnsi-
bllity that will not tend to strengthen
tiieir position before the electors of
Canada.
Any  such  display Of senseless obstruction and    partisan    malignancy
should have several results.   It simuH j
te followed by ihe enactment of   the ;
Dominion Elections Act at all hazards \
end at all cost.   For the Government j
t'< waver or to weaken would be   to J
do itself an injury in the estimation!
of the country that might prove fatal |
to it in the forthcoming elections. And |
there should bo forthwith   such   *.n j
amendment to the rules of Parliament I
as    shall,   while    safe-guarding    the
legitimate rights of   the   Opposition,
tender the recurrence of such a con-
d tion as exists at present   tan    1m-
LANGLEY  CORRESPONDENCE.
Langley, -May 18.���Another old resident of Langley passed away ou _<ri-
i day, ..lay 15, in tiie person ot \V. 1).
1 McEwan.    Mr. McEwan    was    taken
suddenly ill on Tuesdaj evening and
| dropped   off   Friday   morning.   Th��.
trouble was heart failure.
Mr. McEwan wai b'orn in Renfrew-
[shire, Scotland, in 18U4, removed With
| ins parents to Dundas county, Out., in
1841', thence to Oxford county in 1845.
|in   I860 in- came to    California,   In
>���;'-   he  accompanied    his    brother,
Walter, to Cariboo, lie settled In
Langley In 1885, where he resided
continually up to the time of his
death excepting about two years when
he visited his old home iu Oxford
county, Ont. His brother Walter will
miss him very Inch as they lived together. Mr. McEwa__ had a host of
irlends as evidenced by the large tarn
put to pay their last respects on Sunday. Among friends from a distance
were i-:. ,1. Coyle, Dr, Conklln. J.
Scott and R. P. Anderson, of Vancouver.
He had reached the ripe old age of
seventy-four years, three morttbs and
nineteen days.
The Westminster cricket team    will
[travel over to Vancouver on Saturday
afternoon,   when    the   local    willow
! wielders   will   meet   the   Vancouver
; team nt Brockton Point.    The West-
! minster representation will be picked
from   the   following:    P.    J.    Peers
[(captain), C.  S.  Cooke, W.  Brough-
lon, A. Malins, C. Purvis, W. White-
ley, F. A. Macrae, P. c. Lashmar, J.
Soudan, J. Hardwick, A.  Rowe,   W.
I-Morris, J. B. Barlow.   J. Poingdestre
M ___W_E___e_��rfS^^
possibility.
From    the   opening of the present
session there lias been a determined,
persistent policy  of  obstruction pursued by the Opposition,   Business of
pit kinds, whether contentious or not,
v. as blocked day after day by obstructive tactics.   .Nor has it been difficult
to detect the method in the apparent
madness of the Opposition. Two years
sgo the end of the financial year wa.
ohanged from June ol to .March 31 to
bring the Canadian system    in conformity with that obtaining in Great
.Britain. Supplies therefore lapse tluee
mouths earlier ihan formerly.   It evidently became a matter of calculation
with tho Opposition that, if they coulj,
upon one pretext or another, prevent
tue passage of the Supply Bill b'efore
Lhe  close of the financial  year  they,
alter March 31,  would  be In a position  to embarrass  and    harass    the
Govern ment  at  will  by  blocking thi
Rating   of  supplies   absolutely   a-ec_:.-
taary to the carrying out of the gov-
. "Junjust! t 0f the. country.   This is pre-
���i^'.ely  what has happened; aud    the
Government must face fhe    situalio.-i
and deal with it decisively.   The vot-
iB.ir of supplies i.s  tlie first necessity.
Should this be obstructed tive Gov.rn-
menfc'  should put ibe Udl through by
> contfn uoiJg sitting.., a drastic proceeding cai oulated to take the starch out |
of th.- (, "nost talkative obstructionist; !
and  Lhi-rv i should follow  immediately I
iho recast. nS of the rules of debate to
Mng. .the i   'anadian House of    Com-
jwons.ji, lint    wlta tlle Practice of the
'British ii/just   '���   It niay take until the
���snow aies tc p,   lbS lho Supply Bill, the
Elections Act  ���    ul(-*   otl"r    necessary
JegisJatio_i iuhj        ��  adopt the  closure
*-*ut it wij] i,0 ,.-        e weil spent in the
will  accompany  the  team  as  official
scorer.
Nj morj n^ei of sending your
orders to "The other side."" You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest im-
proved machinery, by expert workmen ���
and '
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders filled  same day  as  received-
A.  G.  BAGLEY   &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
313   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Owners of the Townsite of Port Mellon, Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver
We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 shares of the Preferred Stock of this c >r
at $1.00 per share.    Each 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 shares of Preference stock.   The first ion nn
shares was immediately taken up. "
We now offer the balance of the second 100,000 shares of Preferred Stock at $1.00
hundred shares entitled to a bonus of 15 shares of Preferred
���*<),0[).)
Stoc
per sh.
_.
are, each
Ail subscriptions  must  be  received   on  or be.
fore the close of  regular business,  May  30th
First allotment on second 100,000 will be made May 19th, final allotment May 30th.
tions should be in the office of the Company by 6 o'clock, May 19th.
All subscrip.
ail BUbucrlptoni, received
May
In order to treat all applications large and small alike, and to make no discrimination, ,m Buuouuyioup received
30th, will te allowed pro rata on the second 100,000, and balance on third 100,000.   There will be no  .onus stuck, howevi
second issue.   The third 100,000 is to be sold at par, $1.00 per share, without bonus, and those subscribing nrlor to Mai   Rn
preference on third issue.
per cent., commenclnf
November 1st, i 10 minuted a��
and common, both sunk., thereafter particl a
'���lie:
Tho preferred stock now being offered is entitled to an annual dividend of
to further dividends.   That is, after 7 per cent, has been paid upon the preferrei
is no reason why this stock should not pay from 110 to 50 per cent,  dividends.
Payments, 10 per :ent. on application;  15 per cent, in 30 days;   balance  in  eight  mor.thly  payments.
Hereafter no subscriptions will he received by telegraph or long distance telephone, unless accompanh I by tb
per cent.
We are rushing work on the lirst unit of this great plant, tiie entire plant when complete will have a weekly capncltj  ol
newspaper, and L'70 tons of wrapping.   Xo better site for a great modern paper mill could have been selected  than Tort .Mellon
from Vancouver; unexcelled drainage and magnificent deep water harbor.    We have secured thc water right,    of    Rainy    River,
through the property, and have also plnced a 20,000-inch water record on Clowhom Falls for the purpose of manufacturing   gro in i
These two sources have a com'lined volume of over 20,000 horse power.
Those interested are cordially invited to visit Port Mellon and  Inspect tho progress of the work up to date.   It will nol  I
we are turning out 80,000 pounds of wrapping paper per week.
The public are also invited to visit the denionstrtiting plant of the company, 313 Cordova Btreet, Vanci .ner, and witne inufactu
of wood pulp and paper.
Office of the company open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 0 o'clock.
DIRECTORS:
SYLVESTER  G.  FAULKNER, President British Columbia Trust Corporation.
���   n   of Id
'"US   oi
onl. :". miles
which flows
wood   pulp,
ti
W. H. R. COLLISTER, Manager
Albion Iron Works, Vancouver. ��� '
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C. SOC
C. E., P. L. S., D. L. S., Co'i.
Eng., formerly City Engineer
of Vancouver.
J. DUFF  STUART,    Managing
Director Clarke & Stuart, Lt 1 ,
Stationers, Vancouver, D. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, Managing
Director M. R. Smith Co.,
Victoria.
J. C. W. STANLEY, formerly
General Manager West I��n-
don Paper Mills, 1-ondon,
England.
FRED SMITH, member Smith,
Davidson, -Whole-
Company, Vancou-
Wright A:
sale Paper
ver,  II. ('.
ll. M. BURRITT, Western Manager Cortlcelll Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
ALD. \V. J, CAVANAG.H, Member W. .1 Cavanagh & Co.,
Vancouvei-.
CAPTAIN II. A. MELLON, .).. ,
American Lloj'ds Agent el
EUSTACE   li.  JENNS   Barrister, etc., Vancouvi r, b C,
GEO.   B. CATES,    Cates Ship-
building Co., Vancouvi r, B.'J,
GKEKLV KOLTS   I    n       C.
oral  Manager    Pacifl   CoaS
Soda Co.
���5^s^-^:-,'z^iV.rf:ma,'mM^^iA7^ cb
ion.
i*iai.
-Manitobi
Free 1'res
���aAU.��Ort,ST FALUS
FEET AND M.
FIFTY
���W NOT LIVE
Spoka__5i
iking a bat.
'i* cai aim
rk   at !���
Warde.
���cideu
;' ' a" on it? tffc. ,        ,-',,
ke
w&l itoriHm pa
nlgfc*.  Willi ,i.i
,,ft> 2 ).-��� -r1( ffl.
��qn ascens-o,, at  .,,���  ,
ce ebration at ����
( olock last
^'performer, _��� ,   ,,, . ,
����� "IP a.r hag Bte  '
*"-Wty feat   u0 baiely m&m
7'��'o the furnace.    He was^te -,-
'' l��"" uncdnscloua condiilon     *-
r^very is doubtful.    The   "".*'
7 caused by a rope 2 en a f ^
f.arachute to (he balloon "
fk
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YOUR
CHILDRENS
CLOTHING
 _rRorvi
usl
WE   DEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN    INFANTS'   AND   CHILDREN'S AP
PAREL.     Purchase   here   and   get   something  different  from the re:t.
On Ml. purchases of $5 and over   we   will   refund   your   (return) i
fare. s
INFANTS' OUTFITS OUR SPECIALTY
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
ROBSON   and   GRANVILLE - VANCOUVER!
and   GRANVILLE
All  city cars  pass  our store.
COWiE
GASOLINE
tlNGINCS
���y, ri
breaking.
Applications in CJiambers.
Mr. Justice .Morrison, in chamber* '<
^terday heard the following ^Ri
����ie, K.C., for plaintiff.    H   L   w,,
monds,  defendant.    Order
strike out defence
Parrot  vs.  Chealea:    j,   D,   K_ \
nedy for plaintiff;   W.  Norman
��..C., defendant. Applicati
out notice of issue,
served for trial judge
omen's Oxfords
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURA5IL!"
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates tne |
merits of the engines.
The Sckake Machine Works, Ltd
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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made   bo i.
Keo-
Boia,
ion tostrika
Application re-
Costs reserved.
H.   L.   m i
W. Norman Bole
for  defendant.    An
direction was made.
E never sold Women's Oxfords as fast as
are now selling them. Perhaps our Oxfords are
\     esf���we think they are.   Every woman likes
\fords in Patent Kid, Corona Kid and Coltskin. The B3
_.      * ^*        ^rown Tans also; lace, Blucher or button. **
���few Golden L
ARE YOUR EY1
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them
amined.      We  make  no cha'j
for testing your eyes,
guaranteed.
All vvo|
W. GIFFORD, Opiici
Optical
Parlors   in  T
Jewelry  6tor
0 iff ofl
Nelnis   vs.   M.arslmll:
monds for plaintiff-
K.C.
order  for
The new Colo*.
See our line of Cl
dee^ it a pieas,
uals shown this season are very handsome.
^nva's Oxfords in all the different colors,
ire to show them to you.
We'll
Dividend  Notice
In
'��� ie Archibald Gardiner Campbell-   _���,
"��� ';r;,ni ������'"��� i.ia.utfff;   Application f(|
J.
^P-1|ilicat;on,1,B.C.GaZetta or,,,',
Stevenston vs. Macreii.   Ml, LawlH()
W. Norman Bole, K.C.,
. Application   for trial'
b-v J��ry was adjour���od to Vancuver
'or plaintiff
r"r defendant
mm h
Sion r.( il r>.  *^J
Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster
Si��n of the Big EI
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B
ectricBcof.
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The sixth half yearly dividend, at
the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, for
the half year ending April 30, 1908, is
now payable at our office, 181 Columbia street, New Westminster, B.C.
May 15, 1908.
Ths Wes.n.i.!s!er Trust and Safe
reposlt Co., Ltd.
F. J.  HART, Managing Director.
We have just received
and you arc invited to inspfj
���without doubt the finest j
lection of HIGH ��� CLA^
WOOLENS that ever err.sj
the pond.
J. N. AIT6H'.S0I THURSDAV. MAY 21, M
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Furnishing Sale
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Cottons and Sheetings sale, Prices without precedent
TMIRO   DAY
The thing behind thlsigreat Cotton Goods  Bale    is    jual    Price
Power and your Knowledge of Values.   The Quality speaks for Itself.
Wi n't need to tell you it. half price and leas; and we don'i re
Btrlci any one's purchase.   We've got a bigger quantity than ever���
���,,- a shorter time to unload it la.
SEE  WINDOW. SEE: WINDOW.
K,al today's and tomorrow's offer,   Bu*, for all year now.
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SHEETINGS   SHEETINGS
30c per yard
,\i. our Double Bed V, bite
Sheetings that sell regularly at
50c per yard are on sale today, for, per yard  30.
All Our Double lied Sheetings,
Bleached
Bell regularly al 35c per
yard, are on sale today, al per
yard 23c
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22c [Irciilar Pillow Cotton
Fur I5C
All our regular 22c 40-inch
Circular Pillow Cotton on sale
fur, per yard   15c
36 and 40-in. Unbleached
Colton, per yd. 9c
Just as we say, all oar Unbleached Heavy Cotton, 36 to
40-lnch wide, regular 15c quality on sale for, per yard  ...,9c
White Bedspreads at tost
Read this:
��� All our $1.50 White Bed Spreads are 	
All our $2.50 White Bed Spreads are  	
Ail our $3.50 White Bod Spreads are  	
Special Note*. Thes_ Spreads are all double lied size, in plain and
fringed; Honeycomb and Marsalla. Every woman who wishes to
purchase a Bed Spread at half price should come here.
$1.00
$1.50
$2.50
Huck Towels at Record
Breaking Prices
We   have   too    many    Huck
i   rels and must sa *i.Fi   . This
|      the chance of a lifetime to
I   .     Huck  Towels   at   bed   i i '.
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%     Our   regular   20   Huck    i'.w
1 lor, each  i2'2c
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Our regular 25c   Huck Towel
foi,   per  pair   35.
Our regular 30c Hufik Towel.
for, i',ich 15-;
Large Bath Towels
At, per pair, 50c
All our regular 65c and 75c
a pair Bath Towels, white ana
in: .leached, for, per pair  . ,50o
Two Specials in Waists for the 24th May
. :r 24th will soon be here and we have two special offerings In
i.awn Waists for the occasion:
LOT NO. 1.
\       A full range of daintj White Lingerie Waists, all sizes, and a big
;           .. of designs.   The regular price  Is  $3.50.    For today   you  may
i      ���    . our pick for .....' $2-25
S '     LOT NO. 2.
1      Positively .-.ill our regular $1.00 and $1 25 White and Colored Lawn
!l s are put on sale today for  75c
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T. H. SMITH
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THE STORE VALUE BUILT
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Sapperton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashes, doors,  window frames,    etc.,    phone
M 175.    You will  save money and   get  a  reliable job with  the  least
del.
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CADDY   &   CO.
CITY NEWS
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See the boya trim the Maple Peats
111  Mondaj   afternoon. **
The assi.es next week will most
iabl) be presided over by Chief
Ice Hunter.
Ph 'ne   B278,   Royal City   ( leaning
Dyeing Works, opposite   Premier
i :. **
The usual meeting of the board of
trade will lie held this evening at the
City hall, when a large attendance is
expected.
For pure maple syrup go to Kyle &
Officer McLeod, a new  addition to
the city police force, commenced dm..
terday afternoon, being assigned to
the  uphill  boat.    He encountered no
'-���   peradoea during the day.
- '-rial reductions in ladies' and
children's whltagwar Friday and Sat-
urdaj only.   The White House.       **
Ladies will in future be given the
privilege of skating free at the Clarkson street roller rink on Tuesdu.-
eveninrs, that evening being henceforth known as "Ladies' night."
To (118111110 the superiority of
"Brillante" cigars is to question the
value of quality. *���
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
lieding and vegetable plants. Davies &
(Son.   Telephone B208.
The new Gamewell ���. lire isJarni
switchboard was tested yesterday with
i atlsfactory results. Of course there
were some little difficulties, as is inevitable in trials.
The first senior lacrosse match ot
the season will be on Monday. Will
you be there ?     ? **
Mr. Justice Morrison inquired into
the sanity of three persons yesterday
at the asylum, and made the usual
orders. C. G. Major was appointed
guardian or tiie estates.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
j and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
i Sport" cigars. ���*
The public works wharf is being extended 64 feet,    work    having    been
commenced yesterday.   The "Hustler'
. idle driver is at work, and this   ex-
! tension will make it the largest wharf
in the city.
See  our  add,    Alberta    Hungarian
| flour, $1.60 sack, or $6.25 barrel.   Geo.
..dams, Public Supply Store. **
The police took ia kindly view of
John Robert Wilson's attempt to commit suicide on Tuesday by trying to
throw himself into the Fraser, only
preferring a charge of drunkenness
and disorderly conduct against him
yesterday, and the case was enlarged
to today, when sentence will be given.
Nice old-fashioned stone tea pots,
15c up, at Kyle & Sons. **
J. H. Hawthornthwaite, M. L. A.,
in his meeting here on Saturday w. ek
more than hinted that he would enter
federal polltici, and now comes the
announcement from well informed
sources that/he was adopted by the
Socialists of the Nanaimo federal constituency to oppose Ralph Smith, M.P.,
on Sunday last.
Friday and Saturday only, our
entire stock of ladies' and children's
whitewear to be reduced. The White
House.      * **
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j HOUSE OF QUALITY j
I SUITS
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Individuality
Our Suits are made by the best clothing
manufacturer in Canada (Northway Garment Co.)
They keep their shape
They are up to the minute in style
Get * Suit for the 24th
| J. Eugene Brown & Co. j
Clothiers and Haberdashers
P. S.���LOOK IN OUR WINDOW.
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Money Saved
BY   USING
Knox Moth Lavender Flakes
Knox-Moth Cedar Flakes
Moth Camphor
One pound packages
25 cents each
Don't miss tlie bargains In ladles'
ami children's underwear, Friday au i
Saturday only.   Tho White House.   ����
A scratch cricket game will be
played at -Moody square on Monday
afternoon between local teams.
New live room house and lot for
sale on Alberta street. Wlll Bell cheap
on terms. John A. McDonald, Sapperton. ** j
The    Canadian    Order   of    Chosen
Friends hoid a session this   evening, j
which will partake of a social nature,
in the 1. O.  O.  F.  hall.
Eight cakes toilet soap 25c at Kyle !
_. Suns. **
The lacrosse re ver nas oroi.eii  out
again.   Monday sees the first big game
of the season at Queen's park.        *'*
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Winners lu the hat carnlvial al   the ;
Clarkson street roller skating rink on |
Tuesday evening were as follows:
Prettiest, Miss Beadle; biggest, Mrs, !
Mark (56 inches wide); homelli Bt,
GteOrge Coughlan; smallest, Joe Feeney. The carnival was largely attended.
Bring your old Victor gramophone
records to lie exchanged for new ones
at J. 11. Todd's music store, Colum-
bia street. **
Harlow M. Siile.s, formerly news
editor of the Columbian and latterly
connected with the Victoria Colonist,
vislited this city yesterday. He is
having shortly for Los Angeles,
where he will engage in the contracting business in partnership with a
wealthy relative.
Jhe Holy Trinity Guild will hold an
"Empire Tea" on Saturday, May 23,
from 3 to 6 o'clock, at the residence
of Mrs. J. E. Phillips, Queen's avenue and Fourth street. Silver collec-
tion at the door. **
The court of revision on the Sixth
street sewer assessment roll  passod
off quietly yesterday, only one person
raising   serious     objection,     on     the
ground that the change    would    no:
I benefit himself,  as  the    new    sewer
j could not be of use to him.   The as-
i sessment was approved.
Root for the home team on -Monday
afternoon.   They don't need your help,
] but they appreciate it all the same. **
Tlie most convincing argument in
favor of "B. C" and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. **
As was anticipated, the application
for an adjournment in connection with
the prosecution of the Mainland Club,
limited, for selling liquor without a
license was granted at the police
court yesterday morning, no evidence
being taken. The case will come up
agaiu on Friday. W. G. McQuarrie
appeared for the prosecution.
Good boots and shoes, low prices, at
Kyle & Sons. **
Mayor Keary and AU. Jardine will
this week meet- Chairman Peck and.
the acting secretary, trustee Thorn-
bur, of the school board, to seek a
reduction of the appropriations for
schools, as it is necessary to reduce
the amount of this appropriation, ns
others, to bring the requirements of
the citS', within Its borrowing powers
under charter.
Small house (new) on fully cleared
lot; with magnificent view of river
Mid surrounding countrV; near Sapperton car line; only $700. Abbott &
Hyde. ���*
A baseball club has been organized
at Ladner, the membership fee for
which has been fixed at 25 cents. The
following officers were elected at a
meeting recently held: President, J.
Guichon; manager, H. McDowell;
secretary-treasurer, K. D. Simpson;
captain, W.  H.  Wilson.    Games will
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Our commodious four-aturejf building is in apple pie order, filled
with   the   finest  up-to-date   stock ever put on the market.
A   FEW   SPECIALS:
One full size White Iron Bed, with   Hercules    spring,     reinforced,
and a good thick mattress, wool on one side, for   $9.90
Our  regular   price,  $12.50.
85 yards of 8-wire Tapestry, small set pattern in green and fawn,
suitable for halls land bedrooms,    Regular Sue, for per yard..   .   60c
JuBl arrived���a big stock of Verandah Chairs and Rockers, Deck
rhalrs and Folding Chairs. These goods are just the thing for the
summer months. Our special prices 50c $1.50, $3.50 and $4.00, in
red-green or Golden oak colors.
XO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.     NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Opposite Lome Street. Phone 73.
Three persons who were convicted
of various offences at the Victoria assizes were removed to the penitentiary
yesterday to commence tiieir terms.
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
Ilorist.    Phone 1S4. **
Among the riverfront attractions
yesterday was the Jack Stuart, a gasoline motor boat, equipped with two
twenty horse power Buffalo gasoline
engines, operating twin screws, which
is moored at the C. P. R. wharf. Th��
boat is to run on Harrison lake, from
the Hot Springs hotel, from now onwards, and the proprietor hopes to
build up a large excursion traffic.
Running some ten miles an hour,
though, of course, she is ��� equal to
very much more, she is a credit to
the engineer, Wilfrid Humphreys, who
also designed her. The cost was
about $0000, and the fittings are very
satisfactory, the whole being turned
out in Victoria yards. The name is
that of Mr. Stuart's son, the owner of
the boat.    She can carry thirty pas
sengers, and is the largest gasoline
motive power vessel ever built on
this coast. There are electric light
fittings throughout.
I TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J.   1 l\I\ V EiIVO   VIIII.TOR
VALUATOR .
All  business  in thia line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
on the  Market square.
PASTURE To Rent
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one to one  hdndred head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant grass and water.    Apply
to the owner,
W.R.AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON. P.O.
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
I he played with Steveston and other
nearby clubs. An effort will also be
made to arrange for a couple of exhibition games in this city during the
coming month.
Moth Bags
Now is the time to use these
lines and save your Furs and
Woolens.
AUCTION SALE
By J. TRAVERS
ON
CURTIS
Druos, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I". W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge,
of the Optical Department
LYTTON SQUARE
Friday Morning, May 22
One heavy team, twenty-seven hundred weight, six rand seven years old,
guaranteed sound and good workers.
We have also a number of fresh
milking cows and good driving horses.
Contents of household furniture, wagons, buggies and harness.
J. TRAVERS, Auctioneer.
| Hungarian Flour
$1.60 sack
$6.25'barM
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ;
AT   TME
Public Supply Stores geo. adams
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B. C.
Prop.
Phone  92.
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WITH ME $...00 TO LOAN ON
A FIRST MORTGAGE ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY, AT
8 PER CENT., FOR ANY NUMBER OF YEARS AND ON TERMS
SUITABLE TO THE BORROWER.
APPLY TO
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MAY 21.
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THE SACRED LOTUa
���vntlmrnt   of   thr   Orient   Abou'  Ike
Fruit  uf Destiny.
Concerning the rich fruit of the totoa,
which grew luxuriantly la the Nile,
many charming legends have beau told
It was believed that it wus so delight
Ail that those who ate of it would ney-
*e leave the spot where It grew, but
for it would atmn-lnn home and friends
to spend their lives in a dream of serene delight. Homer, in the Odyssey,
mentions the lotus eaten who lived
on the northern coast of Africa and
records their attempts to detain* the
followers of Ulysses by giving them
tiie fruit*, of the lotus to eat so that
they should never wish to leave the
spot where It grew.
Ihe same poetical idea ia known to
the Arabs, who call it the "fruit of
destiny," which Is to be eaten in Paradise, nnd lt is on this foundation that
Tennyson built his charming poem of
the "Lotus Eaters." This mythical
lotus has been Identified by several
botanists with thnt Indigenous to Tunis, which is a thorny shrub, with berries the size of an olive.
Mungo Park found a species of lotus
In Central Africa bearing berries of n
delicious taste, which on being dried
and pounded made wholesome ar>/_
pleasant bread. Tho lotus fruit found
In Tunis has a stimulating, almost In.
toxlrntlng. effect, anil It Is therefore
probable that this plant furnished the
foundation of the ancient legend*.
A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Ms.pl* Leaf
Label)
Is gaining In favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.   The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
A  Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
SOCIETIES.
THE BLACK  SEA.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale May ith   to    18th,
June 5th, tith, 19th and 2nt_h.
Toronto and return   $ 94.40
Montreal and return   108.50
Halifax and return    135.50
Chicago and return      72.50
St. Paul and return      60.00
Winnipeg and return       60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Its  Waters   So   Badly   Poisoned   That
Life Is Practically Impossible.
Few persons, probably, other than
those engaged ln the pursuit of science, are awnre that the Black sea
presents an Interest of Its own to the
soologlst anil the geologist shared by
no other part of the ocean at the present day.
Throughout the greater part of the
ocean the bottom la the dwelling place
of a number of creatures whose business lt ls to consume the bodies of the
members of the surface fauna which
nfter death sink to the bottom. In the
Black sea, however, says the Field, owing to special, geological events, such
scavengers nre totally wanting over
the greater part of the bottom, so that
the carcasses of the creatures which
fall from above are left to decompose,
which they speedily do nt the comparatively high temperature of the
water.
By their decomposition two soluble
compounds, carbonate of ammonia and
sulphureted hydrogen, are developed
ln enormous quantities, while no free
lime, except such as is Introduced from
the Mediterranean, is left. The volume of aulphureted hydrogen ls so
great as to poison the water from
the greatest depth (1,227 fathoms) to
within about a hundred fathoms of tha
surface to such a degree that life, ex
cept tor a few bacteria, ls absolutely
lmpos��ib'ij>.
A Priceless Asset
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A good set of teetli contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They adil much
to the  appearance  and more  to   tlie   digestion.
Xeglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it Is too
late.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
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Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns       $5.00
Gold Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings     $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A    PROTECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m.
Phone   2229
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field Jf or
I j sales; the information in the advertising columns
��� rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty house-
I wife examines the morning paper carefully before
I telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lauds in Manitpba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2.,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at an ageucy on
certain conditions by theJather, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ol
an intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is rejuired to perform tbe homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty 180) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership In land will not meet this
requirement.
(_. If the father (or mother, If the
father ls deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres Jn extent, ln
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs Is defined aa
meaning not more than nine miles ln
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on f:irmlng"land owned by himself must notify tlie agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized publication ut
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
WHEREAS the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Blocl; A
of Lot Seven Hundred anil Fifty-seven
(757), Group One ID. in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
A.N'D WHEREAS the preBenl Wood-
en bridge across the North Ann of
the Fraser River In the said City of
New Westminster la In an unsafe and
dangerous condition and lt is necessary to replace the said bridge with i
new steel structure     ���
AND WHEREAS it. is deemed advisable in the interests of the suid
Corporation that the said lands should
ii, sold and the proceeds devoted iii
part payment of the cost of construction of thu said steel bridge an 1
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS by tne "N< v\ West-
j minster Act,    1888���Amendment   Act
1889," it. is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to lie lirst had and obtained in like manner as is requisite!
foi tbv Issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation on Lu.u
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and Instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE  the  Municipal  Coun- |
! cil of the Corporation of the City of i
New Westminster enacts as  follows:
(1) lt shall be lawful for tae
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
Of, to any  person pr persons,  body-or'
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore ne ntioned
being l-ots Oue (1) to Thirty-four
I'll) both inclusive, jn Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Croup One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of Britisu
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine, And the Mayor and
Clerk of> ihe said Corporation are
hereby -authorized and em|iowired to
execute and deliver such conveyances.
agreements for sale or other Instruments as may be necessary to effe -
tuate such sale or sales; provided that
the proceeds of any such sale or sale. |
shall be devoted in part payment of I
the cost of construction of the said
steel bridge or otherwise on Lulu Is-
land as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2) This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of tlie ratepayers of the Muni- ;
cipality of the said Corporation���in like
manner as is requisite for tlie issu^ ol
debentures for the raising of any Can,
('���',)    This By-Law  may be cited as I
the  "Lulu  Island  Land   Sale By-Law, :
l'_08."
Done anu passed in op��n Council
Ihis 20th day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the rate-
payers this day of        191.8.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of      , 1908.
I. o. o. F-*-amit7l^_T7~~^
*��� held in Oddfellews- i^V^o
bla street, every M)., ' C^*-
at 8 o'clock. y ev��'iii.g.
day     n    each    . ' ������*���''' T_��
brethren Stali^ffiL . V,8>��S
Lodge room, a. ��� u w ftW
fellows' block^ciarl    [ g.f<W-
COURT BRUNETTE   m "~~~���
-Meets the Fourth N,?i, ��"''^
month at 8 o'clock ift ln ^
ball, Oddfellows' !.-,���, n the small
COURT ROYAL CCLUMbTIT-""^
A.  O.   F.-Tbo r....uP���BlA'N��-880.,
this Lodge �� ....', Drn���� of
and Fourth Tuesdays of eX&*mi
^t 8 p. m. in the Oddfe*tmg
FRATERNAL   ORUEr.   J^T^'
Aefle No. 20-Meel   ...   '* L S'
. :;���
"���"'.    Co bla
W. Pres.; H. Schoflehl  s,,',.. '
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS nrIT   I
perance ������,., ,.:��� :F,T^
at  8 o'clock  i, mi,        ;"' ��M
bail, Columbia street.      M,lfellw'
,ON**i  0F  SCOTLAND  iiTr^rTTT
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE III et
CAMP, 191.-M..,Msontl..p   8LE'
-:���!.
I. O. O. F.-Royal City Lodg,. No J
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col-I
umida Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren w:H!
be made welcome. J, s Lawrence]
N. G.; C. E, Osborne, P 0, record.'
ing secretary.
-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE N_
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B S
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesdaj of each month
in K. of p. Hall, r_.iumbla St. ���t
8 p. m., White Rose Degree Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same.
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the L'niou Lodge, No, 9, A,
F. and A. M.; King .Solomon Lodge,
No. 17. A. F. and A, M.; L, 0. L,
No. 1150J L. O. I.., No. 1593; Coon
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0, P.; c. 0.1
P., Court Westminster, No. 330;|
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest Nn 29.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is a true
copy of the  proposed  By-Law whlcii
will  be taken  Into consideration    bv
the Municipal  Council of the City of I
.New Westminster one month from the j
first publication thereof in the "Daily
Columbian," and "Daily News" newspapers,  which first publication    took
place on the 20th day of May.   1908,
and that a vote of the electors of the ]
City  will be taken on  the said   pro-
posed By-Law on  t.*he 22nd day    of j
June, 1908, between the hours of nine |
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at    the
following places, namely, the Council
Chamber,   Civic  Building,    the    Fire
Hall, Sapperton;  and the Light Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
PROFESSIONAL.
W NORMAN BOLE, K, C, BAR-I
��� riBter and Solicit u Cham'-
ers, Canadian Bank uf Commerce
���"���inkling, New Westminster, IJ. C.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTER, S0[
��� licitor, etc., 4_ Lome StreetJ
opposite Court House, New Westminf
ster.   Phone h:!.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barri'-i
��� ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk J
Columbia street, New West__iMt��|
W. .]. Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds,
MARTIN &  McQUARRIE, BAKRIS-j
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices. Newj
Westminster,    Trapp    Block,   corneri
Clarkson and I_orne streets.   Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street.
Joseph Martin, K.C., W. G. McQuarrie.
Consultations with Mr. Martin may be|
arranged at the Westminster office.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barristei audi
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum* [
Na and McKenzie streets. New West-]
minster, B. C.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barr's"-"". Solicitor
and .Notary Public, 1�� -..actios sin'*
1891 at New Westml-'-te** RC Offices removed to C"rtls Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone C4.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,!
, Solicitor, etc., Crescent M"CM
corner Columbia and McKeDil��|
streets. New Westminster R. ���'
"The Milwaukee"
'"The Pioneer Limited" St Pan] to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and iMnhrr ":ts on alll their trains and
gi*e 3i.li _. trons an excellence of
��ervi.\ .!.. > btainable elsewhere.
tl. *?��� ROWE. Gencal Agent
134 TMrE 51., cor Alder Portland. Or.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westt.lB-1
ster Board of Trade    meets In ^
Bo'ard Room, City Hall, aa follow":
Third   Thursday   of   each   mo^i
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   "ll!l
Thursday    of   February,   UW'
August and  November, at  8 !'��� "������
Annual    meetings    on    th<    i-lir(1
Thursday   of   February.   N*-'*
members   may   be   proposed   W��
elected at any monthly or quarter]*
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��.nib.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9��� PWth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14_Co.umbla alKl  Dufferlu
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue i*"1'  Mxta.
24���*-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av*��ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wlgbthi
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
82���Agnes and Sixth.
84���Schaake Machine Works.
3fi_Columbla and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small ft Bucklln Mills-- .BSOAY
WAY 21,
-990.
TILE DAILY NEWS.
page teVtiN
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ntend Building?
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-xtf.r;
��There is no time like the prese
It is, however, very questcr.
noN*T PROCRASTINATE until
5f!f.     tJ?
Cf ::^i*se y��u wi" nave to procu
f doubt the most desirable property
prospective purchasers BUT  IN  THE
U |( s tjated on FIRST STREE
Fraser River and the Pitt Mounta
^here  Nearly every lot faces on a 65
u one let is too small for your purpos
-rices cf which are absurdedly low.
"  *"���     : -  ���   '  ".'   - -'��� rnort t. r
��� I.-  ���- ���; -
gain
��� i la where WE CAN .
��� New Westmr.f.f-     ,., E
HEART OF THE BES"   Rl
SECOND and THIRD  AV
You can also see all the LACRC
'-     ���>    a   ia-e    at    ���-.���
fE you :.*- take two 0. three and have
Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
'  ;--' thia apply to budding operations at this moment     LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN   to  a  very astonishing
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time lasi year.    Waive inquiries and convin. c youi
- .'r  ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what is beyond the  least shadow
DC   NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is MOMMty to  un fancy names  in order to attract
-- SECTION OF THE CITY.
FACING ON  THE  BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEENS PARK,   it commands a   magnificient view 0.
���'-TCHES and ether sports without going out of the house     Be sure to look st these lots before buying else
'"'     ���': .*".   i a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with   you when you go to pick out you;  lot.
as large a frontage as you want.    If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots.
F RM ;N THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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DEFEASIBLE TITLE given with avtry lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
Ai.o.lia.r Is R<-s<-.,<vl When
Ui.e..,.Sv-.ou,s Alt or ... roic
Stef-Uggle by Firemon.
9 ...     I           A&J     20
I'fom sulphur I,- . ���   ,i-
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nna>   i-.i, the  ���-.frm..     ''�� ��� ���      ������ . ���
was i      ��� ' ���������   --��� "��� ���   '.������..   ���
Beli .riolhpr stoMriway missed .
similar fa:p onl\ aftr-i . .iru_sio and
.. liPiWio rr-.onp on 1he pari of Pi ���"
rapt   Murray.
1 .eveqne and Schofield trt/a aWM ���
iho r. \ i.m, last ni-iht. and i.low*-*-,
a-wa,. in a chain locker    Tb     m.
i rderi ������. .-.    ��� ���-... _   ���   -->   , ������������ ��� .
ilioitiiY- io  fnnvtiUo  t_re '-i'-*iii'--v he-
f.-u-e her departure tot the norih
\\ li'-n   the   l'i,m*cs    ol     tfci        ill*
reached  him  Sclu-.fi* Id  iir-lv-.i  to*     .
hat.he_ bi  	
dOWtt     Ho. .   i. -  .,'i   hi Ifl fl ' re Tin ���   ���
1 p.r.l.  lull   1lu   , l.rm*. ai   . tottd     "
I"-uri-.il  out   pi-evented tho crew   tr- in
opening the hnichp*-*    \ porthole was
finally  beiteB   Ift,   nnd   t'cti'.i.' i.i   "���
able to breath   .."���"h  air.
Several aiteinpiB to rescue hun we.e
made before raptaiu Mun-aj, oi
lire ���rle)Wiini''n.,  a  iiemhiiig    mui
��� .\e\- hl8 face, parried  A line ol  iio-
into  t__e  hold   anil  exiingulBiiet    t&e
��� ulphnr flics     Mo tlipn carri' -i  Btt&d
fip'ul iinoonscious to the ileck and he
wiih sput  tn thtp liosplial in a seriou.
.���'-n.!ili<.m.
I.pvi'uhp'.   body   <vaB later  f.*nn,l   in
itip iiiprs room.
STEAMER   FOUNDERS
AFTER COLLI8ION
Falmouth, May 2i).���The l.ritUh
eteattter l_atona, Cft-otaln Hollo. _tt)i
fins ri-nm Mt. lit feel i May S, for l_on
dOll, fnnnilPrPil WPst of (ho .ii.anl
lh1? limniina aflpr oolll'llne with Ih I
British slennier .tainanip, Caplain
ThotUpBOft, 22P(. tons, from Npwpoi-i,
for AliintPvlilPo. All thp pflsspne-Prs
mui cipw of thp 1-Rtnna woro sav^.l h
tlin .lapanle ami harp hpp.n lamlpl
ti"".  Thp .Tapanlr waa bftdty i1itnae**>il
,.NP,h  Avenue between Pine and Third   Sts.    House it seven roomed with modem Improvement*
.Six lots and a house facing l-ourin ����'"��  �������� tisrun
One lot corner of S.xth street and Fourth Avenue.    Pnce >'20O.
McQUARRIE & CO. j^bji js^
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Wail Service
,V C. P. B. tmto Bt 8:3S
a- "E , close  . a. BL
fillip63 ""'i Seatt-e- vla Huntlngd-in.
I-Ur"'!1'' N'���  !' fJ*ally eXf,eP: San'
' -^P^rtou  .No.  1,  dally, except
^    Ma.u Received at 6:35 p.m.
.,, . I., a k. n r Eiectn* .ailway
DUpatcbed *-:��� "��� '-��� r*-
Co., ~.i~> a- m :
Vancouver,   Ko.   I,   Wlaf*"****"
r.av.    Beturt B��il tecefrM " a*01-
Dispatched by G.N.K  rr.ia, 1 .3 a.ffl-;
Clover-tele,    Nicomekl,  Port  KeiH
Buelmere,    H*B'i    '��� ?"^'-
com. Btetee ini SeatUe (�� ����
ln W��_HMton ani wntS ata all
poistl m e.atern ��UW��>. 'la;I ^~
cept Sunday.    Return malli receded
.;.;    p.m.   Bonacorrl Wedn^a.-lay*
J in<i j-i.-iu-iay-.
: i.-'on. Tuesday. ,an,l *m9IWSm\f*\
Vfoniliiys. Wedneadaya and Saturdays.
Tynt-iiMd. Wednesdays and Stetuf-
lay.. Return mall reeeived Mondays
imi tMS****
DtspataiWal by B. C. Bleetrle r*n*nr,
ii): JO a. sl:
V'aaoouver No. 8; flctorte, 1*9. 1;
on trai   Park,  dally   except Butiday.
rteturn mall reeeived at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, l: 13 o. tar.
Bast nurnahy, dally except Bunday.
Return mall*, received st l:lf> p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 18-M utoon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tueo-
days and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
AU down river points vte Vancouver,
except (.anbury.
Sunburry, Mondays, Wedneadaya
and Fridays;  leaves 11 a.m.
Burnaby Lake. Return mall at
3 t>.m.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyler, 4 p. mr.
To southern points, dally exceo'
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
t-r      ADVRRTISG      "%l
��� IN ���
THI     DAILY     NIWI
MAIL CONTRACT
HI'iAhlOD TI.NH__US, aiir.ies:.p,l n>
Hie t'ostmnHtpr Ueueru!, will lie ve-
cpivpil at Uttawa until iNoon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for Hip. con
vpyaiu'e of ills Majesty's Mal-l3, ou a
piiipiispil coulracl for four years, six
times per week each way, between the
proposed l'"st office at Dundonald and
(lllley Btiitlon, M. ('. Klectrlc Railway,
during the Postmaster -General's- pleasure.
Printed notices contnlnlnR fiirll)*er
Informal ion as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blink
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
nnd from Mr. .1. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Otfic In
s -mctor.
JOHN R. GRRRNFIRLD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspectors   Office,   Vancouver, B.  C, 8th May, 1908.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the southeast (jiiarter of section 11,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
tin above property will be Issued to
James (J. Smith ou the fourth day of
June, 11)08, unless tn the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persona
cialimlng an estate or interest thvn'iu,
or In any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles'.
Land Registry Office, New  Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1908,
        r
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property arc requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
wliltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackaoti
and Harry Dallaa Helmcken, mortgage
ln fee.
January 9, 188�����Montague. William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harfy Dallas Helmcken, and Robert _M*Ia Jiekaon to
Henry A. F. MacU^, aMl��nmeat of
mort��a��t.,.        fc    ��|   '   :"H:;>:i,.
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r-?BE  DAILY  NEWS,,    -^j
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
Moreys
COtUMBIA STREET
\tfE Have
ALL   KINBS OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the   best  quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
facial, scalp, or body treiatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring un A 339.
ANDERSON
fif LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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New Things  in
1 Picture Post Cards
I    and Souvenirs at
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I J.J. MACKAY y CO. j
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\ WtDDING     PRESENTS
Have you examined our stock of CUT GLASS? We have now on
exhibition a line of the best quality Cut Glass ever carried in the city
We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as all
other lines. A piece of the Pickard Hand-Painted China will make
a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN "��� '����������'
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Plans forYou r Building
can be better and more quickly
carried out if we supply ths
buildmc] materials. As we
handle only standard grades thd
work is surer, stronger and goes
along without a hitch. If you
were building every day you'd
know our materials are the best
to use. Take the hint and buy
where experienced builders do,
which is here.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
ESCAPED THIRTEEN YEARS
MO; NOW BACK IN JUL
Man   Brought   Back  from  Kansas    to
Serve    Seven    Year   Term   at
Walla Walla.
ij Electric Railway Service;;
lnterurban  Line.
Care for Vancouver and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from  5:50 a. m.    Last
i      car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last caflv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
elt) line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram __
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. tn.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars  leave {
at ten minutes after the hour, f
half past and fifty minutes after f
the hour, commencing at 1:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  naif-notiriy between 8.30 a in. and 11 p.m.
i British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd }
y<IIIMMMMMMIH��m��i.W.��MH��<IMHtmimt{
Seattle, .May 20.���FrSuil. Hart, under
sentence of seven years' imprisonment
In Walla   Walla    penitentiary,    who
walked out of the King county jail ou
the evening of March 17, D-95 on the
occasion of a jail delivery engineerel
by Tom Blanc)*, returned to the    jail
j yesterday,  after  an  absence of over
I thirteen years, in charge    of Deputy
! Sheriff Bert Williams, who, with Capt.
'Laubscher,    of    the    Seattle    police,
j brought him back from Alma,    Kan.
! Hart greeted Head jail Tom    Smith
I effusively and told him that if he hail
I another  chance   to escape  he  would
not stand on ceremony.
Hart has been spending the intervening time since the jail delivery in
Lhe east, and this is his first visit to
the state of Washington in thirteeu
years. He says he has been lead.ng
au honest life and was conducting a
pool room at Wichita, Kan., when Hj-
tective Hossiter, of tho Chicago, Rock
island & Pacific railroad picked luui
up on suspicion und afterwards Identified his picture in the rogue's salicy
I at Kansas City. The King county authorities were then notified.
Hart was sentenced to seven years
in the penitentiary by Judge Thomas
Humes, of tliv superior court, and was
prosecuted by the then prosecuting attorney, John F. Miller, now mayor of
Seattle. His crime consisted in ne-c-
mg two Swedish women from-Victoria.
B.C., out of $600 through steering
them into a shell game on the water
front. They were on their way to
Europe and felt the loss of thei:*
money keenly.
For Luncheon���u��e WINDSOR TABLE SALT. It makes
meat and eggs taste so much better.
And you never (eel it on food.
Never lumpy.
157
THURSDAY, mav 21,1908
^���0>>>_ce>>>>::o::cco>;:��o:>:>*
| Take Advantage |
!   of these   I
SNAPS!
:���: &*^smsim^^^j^-rt.-K'---''-^^^r-vi w
'���**"' '   '   ��� .������������������_ ��� i���     KM
With every $1 worth of
Royal Crown Soap 2
boxes of Witch Hazel
Toilet Soap      FREE
With every $1 worth of
White Swan Soap 2
packages of Washing Powder     FREE
With every $1 worth of
Golden West Soap 2
Silver Spoons   FREE
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
:.i
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te*z*z*z*>z<.z*i*i.~^^^
Dispense   With   Agent-General.
Fredericton,  N.B.,  May 20.���In the
j New Brunswick legislature yesterday
ill was decided to cut off the ?2000 a
year allowance made by the former
government to C. A. Duffmiller as
Xew Brunswick agent-gen*eral in London.
Westward, Ho!
w
E are now at home in
    our new offices, two
blocks rartner West, in the
Westminster Trust building, corner Columbia and
Lome streets.
F. J. HART & CO.
New   Westminster,
LIMITED
Vancouver    and
Chilliwack,   B. C.
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Ladies*  Dress Skirts1
Each
An exceptional offering- this wA onlv
A certain manu.ac.urer made up all short pieces of ,���
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It- sent three dozen our wav
are glad he did.    Comparing them with our regular
them worth $5.00 $6,00 to $7.50 each.   In fact you
his factory into dress skirts.    Hi      _   _
TM ���
Wl'   find
tinguish them from other lines if wo aid not tell you    \y���""
our bargain and three dozen women can procure the besl
have been able to give in skirts for a long time     Thi ��� ��� *
each   ' ' ;   ��">.
  _  .3.75
Summer Coats
New Styles
Pongee, PoplineUe, Satinet te,
Tuseone, Alpaca, are a few of
the materials   shown   in these
popular long coats for dusty
Bummer wear. We are Bhowlng
no two styles alike. Si-e our
show windows for the newest
styles.
Ladlds' Lung Lisle Wash Gloves
50c tu $1.00 per pair
A new lot of summer gloves
just in. There is going to be
a scarcity of these gloves later
on. Be wise and obtain what
you need now. We show brown,
grey, black, white and cream;
per pair 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c and
$1.00.
COSY liOLF JACKETS
Fur Women and Children
The time was when women
bought these golf .,���;,, v
winter use only. Nol B0 n(w,
you see them In usi in at] seasons and there Is no a, ,\ 0- U8
enumerating their man*, advan
tages, We just mem : ;,
fact that we are uhowln ; an ex.
celh-nt arraj of ne** atyli ���,..
able for presenl wi a
Women's Golf Jacki i ,;i(ll
$1.50 to $5.00.
Girls' Jerseys, ... h ji.oo to
$1.75.
Ik'ys' Jerse; b, each 75c to
$2.00.
MERRY WIDOW BOWS
Many uew Btyles in these
dainty wash bows, lowly prfcei
each 25c to $1.00.
-_      RIBBON   BOWS.
Made mostly in small, neat
designs from silk ami duchesse
ribbons; all colors: each 25c to
50c. ,
Colored Shantung SilkS, This Season's Favorite
Twenty-six inches wide, with bright finish and even weight
throughout; new shades of brown, light and dark navy, grey, cream
and black; per yard 75c.
I
W.S.CollisterXCo
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
C3LSBE4
Thc LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
We just opened to-day a shipment of Merry
Widow Shoes.   They are manufactured by
The  Goller Shoe Co., of  Lynn, Mass.
The reason Goller lines are leaders is be-
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cause they possess in the highest degree the
hich go to mal
lish, but co
.^^^^_, .  They are pe
are as comfortable as a glove.    The work-
ualities which go to make a perfect shoe,
'hey are stylish, but comfort is not sacrificed to style.   They are perfect fitting and
f
manship and finish of the Merry Widow
cannot be surpassed. Be sure you have a
pair for the 24th.
Sold only by j
THE RELIABLE 1
SHOE MAN ���
��������!. tc-ti. ������:.^t-;f ���^^������^���^ ���..���..��� 4*******^** *4*i: *?������+; *:-*^*-*}
l W. E. SINCLAIR,
FOR SALE
A BEAUTIFUL HOME at
Sunnyslde, Port Moody. Large
eight room cottage, 31 feet by 44
feet, one acre of land cleared,
about forty bearing fruit trees,
good vegetable garden in, stable,
boat and wharf. Wlll sell house
furnished or otherwise. Price
furnished
$2,300
Terms, very easy.
A good list of fruit farms to suit
all. Apply to
4H&
NOTICE.
Tenders for Building Fisheries CruW'|
for British Columbia.
The time for receiving tendersjoji
the British Columbia Fishery Craw^
will be extended from the Flra
May until the First of .lime next
F. GOURDBAl'.
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Ottawa, April 22nd, 1908.
Ru MILES S. CO.
numbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, ������� I
i.[-
R.pairs of all kinds given speciB
tention. Sewer connections ma��p*
Phone Aa."
EJwarJ W. Powell Mc)derate ChargeH
port hammond, b. c. ��� Front St New Westminst��

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