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bite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
ia/FSTMINSTER, B. C
,ME3, NUMBER 100.
*       APR 29 1908
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REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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NEW   WKSTMINSTER,   B.  C.   TUESDAY   MORNLNG,   APRIL 28,  1908.
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INSURE JAUNT IS
PROMISED SOLONS:
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anfj Aldermen Will *
- it* Bellingham on Board *
Newington*-Review Fleet
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,i day  and  S m-
id 24, providing no
���vi in   the carrj -
. i.    This v.-.-   :i
|(C1V���, , ���|i"'i::S the council
lied  !
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BIG FIRE  IN VANCOUVE*-..      *
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Vancouver,     > | m
**-**.���*���    ' ���'            di    royed thi
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��� ������ i        ' the building i    th
1 md      i    ���  d   aa        . esti-
$30,000. Thi
������'���''      '     ���    ..    .  ace.
��� RtDUCE EXPENSES
FOR THE PRESENT
MOUNTAIN SLIDE
ENTOMBS VILLAGE
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Money Bylaws Must Be Submitted to People Before!
Costly Works Are Begun. ,
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��� have to call    a   halt    all
_  the  line  until  the  money    by-
i ti : ubmll I   I to the rate-
Little Hamlet'Scene of Awful Catastrophe When
Landslide  Occurs.
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and   Was     BUg-
i it, r to    Ma* or    i-Ceary
tfattos, of Bell-
! ENTER HERE
hatically ,', clan I   Mayor
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���on of t'lie
council  to   visit
I   o a  with   tiie  (Itizens
: : iceivlng' the sec-
....,  fleet iliift  wlll
i ith, r Information is
��� re "ill be some
various cities pres-
imii!) ::"' i
v . !���     the li ii"i* rea I than
Fa er promptly placed his lar.ee
in ., .. ��� Newlngton, al    the
in!,,, oi ;       ouncil for the occasion,
vi,;- ':' '     o    i   his hosts in com-
Bj :  lady friends, and re-
..,: thi rh .ni   fleel    from    t ho
ks of  ii The Invitation was
ijaiiii'i.ri    aci V'' I.    "iit i    in    the
jlv hou !   ���   morning    tli -
��� her moor ngs and
river    In state,    b< -
klv: ivi       ml ng an 1 with Captain
':- \    lev/   iii-U. s
I ir y :ii  Bellingham,
U    : ie lie. i and \ Isit-
e  th.tl   the
    . onl Itjui d    "ii    the
i'-. ..i-   - ",   tlie    parly     re-
i    Sunday    evening.
aad     s-im,-     i \
I lefoi e, hat Ing
:  ,,���'  .   i i'i.-    lhat
1 ombar Imenl    In
,.- :   time strained
ween    Greal  Britain
:,..-��� a
��� [uested the mayor to
' reply  to the mayoi
cci ptlng  ihe   TfffTta-
PBand statins thai the party would
ngton.   The Inylta-
'"���^ was as ;' illows:
To lhe Mayor of New Westminster
"0,lr -i       of   the     navy     has
Ner,''l thc adm ral commanding the
���������Nc "ei    to rendezvous with his
squadron  'eight battleships,  led
pile flagship Connecticut'! on Bell-
fo-iinm bay between May 21 and 23.
"Chspins hands with you across the
gMton border on behalf of our 40,-
HO
Order-in-Council Effectively
Prevents Jap.; Corning to
Alberta From Philippines.
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evcaiii
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quires  **. ha    i  .. ., n      to
"'������' ;   thi    monthly   payroll,  and     thi
Bui king'nani, Qu   .   _pril 27.    A ter-
i    I, er  o I  earl)   '���'��� stei
day  i    i ii ni   at   Noire  Dame   I ie   I -a
Sal i      a little 1 eighteen
mil s .   rtheast 1 rom  Bui I. ogham, by
council lastj wll!,.., 0VC1. tMrt)   ,   ,   ���      lost    Uuil.
city, it ap] i an  llvtes     I he liatule;    is    . tuated    on
limit of  ti cash at the   k-evre, at the foot of a hill, and aboul
���j o'clock in the morning, when most
of  the   villagers   were  in  their  beds,
a tremendous landslide occurred.    An
interest   due   on   July   1.  enormous mass of earth    and    snow
'���-:- of courae,  be  plenty    of rushed down thes-mountain  side and
u.oae,   coming into fhe cil*  coffers'by  engulfed se\  ral houses with ail their
June i, but the mayor aeems it   ex-   :(      ;i11       u'v'"s t0 '���**' ic��10l<' loca
DR.   ROLLER WINS  AGAIN.
Seattle, April 27.���Dr. P.   B.
Roller, the   Seattle    champion
�� ll !-.   tonight   easily  ileleal -
td Jack Weatergaard, the bulky
re dan,    In     a     w resl ling
ch     iit     Dreamland * park-
cured    two    st'ralghl
falls.
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VESTRY MEETING HEARS
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Holy Trinity Cathedral Officers Elected ���' Financial
Showing is Good.
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TWO SAILING VESSELS
Fishing Boats on Way From
France to St. Pierre Lost
With Their Crews.
The annual ,-estry me. ting of Holy
Trlnitj cathedral was held yesterday
evening, when encouraging reports
were received and adopted, officers
wen- elected aa follows: Church wardens, a. J. Jones, nr. R, i. li .i i\ Rer;
lay delegati s, \\ . Norman Bob . T. B.
Annaiiii 11 ��� ���-, ,1. R, Paj fle ; i,,*< ;aien,
R. J. Ri; lain u, ... fcj. Martin. J .'.
Ha.npton  Bole,  Harold Disney.
Tiie following extracts from the
church warden's report shows the
satisfactory financial standing of    tue
Ottawa, April 27.    Hon. Mr Gra'nam ped.ent to be economical In the mean- ' 0D '"  !"   lxamle(  and th<- fu'''  L'nat Halifax,  April 27.���From St. Pierre church:
tnis  afternoon  In   ansv,   .     ,>    Ralph t me    nendine   the   ,i,.....i,,,,     ,,,-     it-,,, it  has  neither railway,  telegraph  nor ,,.      .             .                ,',,,.,  .            .1
i ii..   iie.iuju-,   ine   uecision    ol     tne                                                         ' \ii.iuelon   it  is  learned   that  two    of "it affords  us much  nlensnrp tn lie
Smith   read  a C.  P.   R.  letter asking ,        iyers.    The  public    works    de- telephone communication,  details    of auorus us mucn pleasure to De
'"-;'":      ���' Lo briu    ���-. Japani    .   The pu/lmenl   has  already   been following xXv* catastrophe are very bard to get. tlle Prencn  llhill:ns  fleet, with    every abll,  t0   report  a    most    satisfactory
^letter   was   wril en   March    25,    190., i  policy of retrenchment for the past R<***ue*5ts have beeu sent t,J Bucking- soul on board, numbering seventy-five. year'8  WOrk in all matters pertaining
from ue-    . P. ... offices by   Charles :   ..  months, onlv absolutelv neressarv\ham for twenty-ive coffins, and these|men and buys, were lost on March 27, ln  1||l,  church     The  tl.f,astiroi-.s
months, only absolutely necessary.
the remainder lay-
have already been sent.
v. iu'ii   ii.   number    of   sailing  vessel
re-
result   of   the1     The news  of   the   terrible   disaster
left St.   Malo  for  St.  Pierre and  thc
St. Pierre banks.
port Bhows  that $3,816.26
ex-
oeption  of   two, and  as   nothing has;
been heard of them since the fishing
erests of St. Pierre look upon th'
two    vessels    and    crews   as    being
among the early victims of 190S.
Former   Police   Chief  on  Trial-
Chicago, April 27.���John M. Collins'
and Prank IJ. Coinerford, former pjjlicel
cnlel and police attorney of Chicago.'
were placed on trial before Judge Mc-.
were    re-
all    source"    and    that
. Iti have bet a expended, the bal-
being   $!,::_...no    at commence-
and  $21U-8J uow in the    bank.
dived  Uroin
.!.'���:-
auco
ment,
expenses
Drinkwater inn stal  .   thai "Japanese work  bell g done
���  i li in :i   contracted   with    us    last ng   over    until    the
autumn  for the purcha e of    a    con- referendum Is known.    That   depart-jwa-*''  brought to Buckingham  by    Mr,
slderable area of land in    -.���...'*���" on -    i!  is asking f0r $75,000 /or roads I Brasseau, hotelkeeper of Poupore,    ai    A"   ' **raed  "1'  wlt)l  thc
block  with ;i  v.ew   to cutting up inio and sidewalks. j ue.irb;. \ llage.    He states that a con-
Bmall farms for Japanei      ettlers. He      There would be plenty of money for Biddable  portion of    the    mountain,; ,.        ,���,���,���,,���������,    ,���.,..    ..   ..
cables  from  rue  Philippines  that    he all  purposes  had  ;iie city  not  under-  which is on the opposite side of the  >���""���"    "���  ���-"���  '""���"  1(,"k  "pon the
ha-s in anged  for the Immigration, of    tkc-n  the extensive additions to the L'ejrre  river  to   Notre   Dame  De   La
two  hundred  b t lers  this    year, but '   terworks system, but this was   an Saljett, suddenly became detached and
t'nmi m   Is nol   disposed -      lute neei sslty, for to leave it un-! TVils hurled down the steep side, cross-
to gr       ,..    porl    unless the Domln- woyld be to place ibe city in a''1!''' ;-!l   ''V1' !U1(1 completely burying
on    government    appr ves    of    the m   I   danget-ous condition  during the several houses In the village with   all
"i.i oi these people in Alberta. -V    months of midsummei*.   His wor- their occupants.
Hon,  Mr. OH. tr  In  replying   March tied the calling of a public      Immediately  upon receipt    of    the
_0, said:    "11   the arrangemen     pro- m    Ling In order thai  the ratepayers  nevjs al Buckingham all the doctors in
posed  ;    ;ii  Lhe  nature o! a eontracl m    M   be  fully  informed  of the con- Uhe place with a  large force of men
ai    ing  li  or the    government i     hal  made it necessary to call   responded  to the  call  for    aid,    and I Surely today, on charges of conspiracy
drove io Notre   Dame  De La  Sallett,  ,() detrau<l  the (i,>'*  The charS*-'s rp-
sulted   from     the   investigation     and
cannot   approve  of  it    and   therefore various sums,
cannol  a :.   he Japanese government!     U.I.    Jardine,    chairman    of    the
to gran   net;( isary pasaports.   As an-  finance committee, expres ed his sat-
I nounced  in  parliament,    however,    a in  al   the mayor brins
to
ii  procession    of wagons took
twenty-live coffins to the scene.
t is now known that seven House
d in pari.ament,    however,   a m at the mayor bringing   this      ij la now known tna* -even notfe
cemin  ,j!!l"'  ": ' u"r'' rtomestic   ;       ' before '"'" ('0""<i|. '-emlndlng  we| overwhelmed and all their oeou
servants and farm laborers    may    be. them that    he    had    keen    advising ];illPll   The face of the hill fo
pants kinea.   The face or the nm for
given   pai  ports   to   Canada.    Within ���      h iy for some time    He i.dviseda heIght of sixtv  fprf  w, over to a
the humber   agre. d    upon'   of   th, s I Ung of the public meeting af-  length of about half a mile along the
es.the Dominion governmenl has -  Hie by-laws hnd been published a   Lil,vl-0 ,-jver   precipitating the    mass
no objection to offer to Japan Isstfing ff'clenl   time  tor the people to  be- j tat0 ,������. rIwr .,���,, ahout BOO yards on
the Becessary pa'ssports." come conversant with them.
Hon.  Frank  Oliver  Bald  the    Jap- Md. Gray suggested that' the School
anise could nol come from tlie Philip- should be allowed to hold
the other side of it. smothering everything In its wav under yards of earth.
a   Several fanrlios have been completely
pines it, anv ,,,se as    the   order-in-  separate meeting, so thai they might. ,vipeil (1.,t    T1]C known dPa4 are-ns
council  of  Man-h 28,   would   prevent  he able to deal fully with their special  far
their landing iu Canada.
SNOW EIGHT FELT DEEP IN
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��� xpendltun s. The matter was not
definitely settled either as to whether
on" or two meetings will be held, or
' in what particular hall it shall lie
held, some of the aldermen deeming
MANY PLACES IN ENGLAND fe!?",',' f,�� v^e,nonsh-.others
believing that    It should   be in   tne
~" j opera  house.    The details will prob-
remarkablel allh  l,e arnant?ed at ihe next meeting
ns can be learned*.
chil-
London,   April   27.���A
blizzard, the lirst experienced   in   the
���oath ��f Kngland since 1S>1, couuuuel
nn on May 22 and join   i radically all over the United King
iitzzaK wilh which we  dom   throughout
Mrs. Camllle Ca Pointe, five
dren and  their grandmother.
Mr.. Paul De=* .Tard'nes, hotel-
keeper. With her two sons and two
unknown guests.
Cleophas Pes Laurier and his wife.
Mrs. Joseph Murray and five children-
Adelard Murray.
shalce-atip    in    the    police department
J that followed the election of    Mayor
Bii.se  a year ago.    Almost 400 wit-
nes es have been Summoned    in the
case,  which  is expected    lo (fontinu'.*'
about   six   weeks.    Other    cases     m
which      ex-Chief    Collins,      Attorney
Comet-ford .and others are defendant's
are on the criminal court call to fol-
low   Oio   present   conspiracy  charges.-
Tiieir trial probably will be tentative:
on  Hie  outcome of the present case,
which is considered the strongest one j
against the former city officials.
paid, ���o   t'nat   for, running
ther ��� are no liabilities.
"bt. George's hall has rented very
well In the past twelve month.-, the
total receipts from this source reaching the .ery handsome sum of $l!i7.
With  the assistance of  the  Women's
: Auxiliary society which donated $200
and $74.10 received from the pro-
c'-o 1 ��� of a social gotten up by Miss
i'i'.'-1 ner, Mrs. Yuengling ap'd others,.
i- i: ive been aide to pay off $100 on
the mortgage, which leaves only $500
' now standing against the hall.
TH ly in the year we learned lhat.
1. e let immediately east tfi the church
building  was  advertised   in  the    city
; tax sab-. ,\s i; would have been pos-
si le to *ercet a building within ten
feel of the cathedral on this lot. we
deemed it advisable to obtain posses-
i sion of it, and we therefore purchased
ii al  the very low price of $200.   ���
CHINAMAN CUTS THROAT
OF YOUNG GIRL SLAVE
wizens   i  lender you  and   your
l-wplo a cordial nnd  neighborly wel-
of tlie. council
'fl'i  matter of clubs in the city sell-
'���-i",.- , ,,       i, i     .   .   i-,���,  :'nS  liquor  without    a    license    again
"me to visit ns on Mav 22 and join   [.radically all over the United King- ,   ,.    ,
,i,h��s in the huzzas wilh which we  dom  throughout    Friday    night    and came "���' in the form of a letter ,0 We until the houses are dug out of   the
Notour navy on Its return home  Saturday  until Saturday at  midnight.j maf��r  f!'<""    'k,se""    *��*^  *  J-
h-*   "rente.,    V0yage    ,n    thc  II    was    accompanied    ly    a    violenr ��'^'^ ". reply to a ���uery from the
history.   We regard this as anj northerly  gale and  low  temperature,
n Which the people of the two and in many places the snowdrifts are
Gotham Remembers Its Pounders.
New York, April 27.���The historical
societies of Greater New York 'have
set aside the present week for various
exercises to comninior.ate the tercentenary of the departure of the
Dutch for this country. The village-
of I'Tutbush has made especialTy
elaborate arrangements for the event.
President, Roosevelt has consented to-
Bellingham,   April    27.���Lee   Wing
The names of the other victims are 1 Wiftha,  a rich Chinaman who, with a; start the FLatbush festivities by press-
yet unknown, while the exact number j chjne8e g*rl   lwenty years 0idf whom' lng a button at 10 o'clock    tonight,
will probably not be definitely known; he gaid wag ^ ^ ^ who )s be.   whlch  w���,  ,ight up the    oW    Dutch
I'Otll)
h'tnt
fc"68'     ' on      enrth
Will*,   ns one.
"��������� p nre MATTOS.
"Mayor of Bellingham.'
(lieved   t0   hilve been a siave   0f his, I windmill and glorify appearances gen-
masses of earth  which covers them. ^ I era]]V
So far seventeen bodies have been re- j was  detained   in   the   United   States |
mayor, that he believed thai the Clubs | eont6*t  an(1  rte excavation   will   he j immigration shed at Sumas, murdered; 	
the girl  by cutting    her    throat    on
���Saturday night
Today at the county jail he told "��
Nelson's Car Barns Burned. j chinaman that a   Chinese interpreter
legally
the city  by-laws-
peared to be in flavor of making a
test case to ascertain their power iu
the matter, and in the event of their
sell   liquor againsti re8tlme(j ln the ^ming.
Tne    council    ap- __________________
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can  (ighl feet deep.
Railway traffic has been seriously I
delayed, and telegraph and telephoue
Bystema are completely disorganised
gacf|on   oI: l"'oi'ably appeal to the provincial f.ov-! (.j|ial tramway at  3:80 o'clock, under|Ch.na and keep the girl himself.   Forties arranged for their entertainment
Nelson, April 27.���Fire Ihis morning I of the government  at the dentention
being defeated  in  the  test  ease,  will  destroyed  the car barn of the muni-' station   planned  to  deport  Waha     to
Carnival of Flowers for Sailors.
Santa Barbara, Cal., April 27.���Several thousand sailors of Admiral
Evans' battleship fleet were given
shore leave today to enjoy the festivi-
I   LAUDER   gets  DECISION.
Son
April 27.���
the     Calgary
" i the decision ai
'"'        tlfteen round box-
'"'"'     with Driver Miller.
Vancouver
' Both box,
��� able
*   Honors lielng aboul
tills    evi ning.
howed con a I der-
111 ���>. honoi'sU
l'v<n forth,
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greater part of the
was 2 to I on tne
In i'n snowed up In every
the country. .Many of the oui lying
ilislr.ils are isolated and some deaths
are reported.
Enormous damage lias been done,
especially t�� the young frull crops.
London, win re much snow has fallen
during tlie past week, was bathe.] in
+ sunshine yesterday, though 11 Is very
cold.
XeNoifs Xe.v Chief < f Police.
jCeleon   April  28. The police commissioners   have  appointed  Chas,  W.
young, formerly of the provincial police,  ; iii.'f uf the  Nelson
appointment Is an
meets   with   public   approval,
ii-.iiiie.il tor legislation to enable them 'circumstances    which    look    strongly this reason he says he killed her.   On
vicinity. The program began tills
morning with a baseball and football
tournament. For this afternoon there
has been arranged a floral pageiant
and battle of flowers, which promises
legal aspect of the. affair. A date will | sub-station, completely putting out ot he Pnished the job by cutting her! to be the most gorgeous affair of its
be set during lhe week for the meet-  business for several months to come! tlifpat. with a razor. I kind ever seen in California.
Ing when Joseph Martin, K, 0., will
to im,i ise control over the. social ]jke incendiarism. The value of thei ihe way to this city he offered the
clubs in this respect. For the present, property lost is from $10,000 to |16,-1 sheriff $1000 If he could be allowed to
however, the city will contenl Itsell tll���) fully insured. This comes on top go back to China- The story he told
In isolding .. special meeting to meet 0[ X)w rfccidentnl Are on Saturday j to the sheriff last, night is that the
the city Bol'cltor and fully discuss ths whlch destroyed the'municipal power-woman  tried to kill herself nnd that
by the citizens of Santa Barbara and
the tramway system.
force.
excellent one
Tie
and
| likely be i resent at the request of the   __.        , , -;=  ���
l city. ko sign plans if In conformity1    with
In    oommlttee   after    the    regular  UK. by-law.
me.'.'*,, Scavenger Booth was on ther|     \v. Myers Uray,  on    behalf    of    A.!
carpel   to answer several  charges of
neglect of his duties made by various
citizens.    Me explained that there was property ou Carnarvon  and  .lemniet'
"This Is My 66th Birthday"      }
Charles
N',
�� York
!ng iv,
Birhop  Olmsted.
Tyler Olmsted, Protestant   Episcopal    bishop
of   Central   ff
was born at Cohoes. N. Y., April 2S, 1812.   After graduat-
1 >it i
Stephen
lowing m.
UiaticB
Hi
'''iiiiiy college at  llanford in lMi.r> he studied divinity fll S ���
P0l-ege nnd  was ordained a deacon In 1867 and n l��il'sl ,lir
For several years he was an Instructor
go.
" Sl- Stephen's colic
(i   i..
thp/ '*'���'��� ������1,.v church parish In New York City
untn 1884,   Prom issi until 1899 he   was   rector
ClUlrci,
111 I'I
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"I'il.'i
li.ll'.
in  niiilhe-
[n 1868  he became an  iissistnn:  'R
ml    rem :ii ned
of   Grace
n New
until
i(|i.    During the next  three years he  was again
y 'dentlfle.1 with Trinity parish, where he   remained
'.'-coadjutor of Central  New  York  In 1902.    Two yen rs
ttew
''    '"" :i bishop and wvis consecrated in Utlca', .inly "
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1904.
Jones, calling attention to the variation in tiie old and new surveys of his!
Ward Fund Subscription List
Has Only Two Days to Run
always trouble lilt this time of the
year, everybody cleaning up at the
same time, making work too heavy to
be handled. He had, however, utmost
< aught up and would be able In future
to keep up with the demand for his
services. It was suggested that a
good deal of tho complaints probably
arose from the scavenger not being
properly notified, and the press was
requested to emphasize the stntemenl
made that all requests for the services
of the scavenger should he made in
writing nt the city "health office, where
a file Is kept for the purpose.
Communications.
AV. N. Carty inviting the mayor
and aldermen to he present nt the
May Day celebration. The invitation
was accepted,
While, Shiles & Co., asking for approval of plans of subdivision of lot
18, suburban  l.loek  7-    Mnyor asked
streets.    The old   Moody  plan  varied i ._.��� oJ the children's Ward Fund so
somewhat from the new plan and left
dety   will  be held  and there is still
a strip of property  between h.s  and
,        ,.     .       , ,      ..     . ..,,���,,   wituting the sum ot $12a to complete,
the  adjoining   lot.     Mr.   Jones   asked ***���
that the city release any rights  they: ti��   amount   required   to    fulfil  their
have lo the strip In question- I purpose  of  furnishing    a  twelve #;ot
llikokuma    .Mnkni.iura   and    YoshI-|ward  for children  in  the Royal Col-
iiiatsii Sabato, of the Japanese barber unihlafl hospital.   The work Is one of
On Wednesday night the last meet-   ponded well to the call, hut* there are
still many  who have not given, and
to them an appeal ls made.
shop on Columbia atreet, asking permission to erect a sign on the sidewalk outside the shop. Referred to
the police committee and board of
work,, to report.
Jl Fleger, a dairyman of Sapperton,
protesting ngalnst the Impounding of
his hc**d of cattle, In which he explains, got, loose through some one
having the pate open. Referred to
the police commltltee to report.
D. _.'. MacKenzie, market clerk, sub"
ri'tted thr* statement for the month of
M-jrch./showing receipt? to be $247.75
Flied I^r reference.
the noblest that could be undertaken
and the young ladies who comprise
the society have worked hard for
some months to accomplish the task
which they imposed upon themselves
to commemorate the reign of the May
Queen by some good work. They
have appealed to the citizens, they
have canvassed the surrounding districts, organized parties and concerts,
held bazaars and socials, ln order to
swell the fund, aud now *wo days before the close of their term, they are
lacking $125 to make up the neces-
Ward Fund Subscriptions
sniry $1200.     The citizens have\ res*. ��� J.   Freeman
A. W. McLeod  $10-00
Daily  News    5.00
W.  C. Chamberlin    5.0O'
M. N   (Burnaby)         ZOO)
J. C    "1.0a
T.  R. V     1X0
Harry Brine      5.00
William  Madill       1.00
Mies Smith      1.00
A Friend       5-00
A. Whealler     500
Mr*. Stewart    5.00
Hundred Year club  15.00
T.  W.  A        1.09
James Bell     SjOO
J.   Buntien     Z5M
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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THE MAGIC LAMP Will
SHINE FORTH TONIGHT
Comic Opera to Be Produced
Twice This Week Sure of
Flattering Reception.
are
the
The
The amateur production, The
Magic Lamp," will be presented tonight and tomorrow nlghl at the
npers house under the auspices of the
Anti-Tuberculosis society. Some fifty
talented local people are taking pan
in the opera which is built for laughing purposes from start to finish. The
play was specially composed for the
occasion, the music is all produced for
the. first time, and the choruses
just the kind that the people of
Wesl look for, bright and catchy.
following is the cast:
Mazle, the Dream Maiden  	
    .Miss  Cert rude  Wearl
I -a- ss, the Dreami r. . .F. M. Fllgiano
Genii of the Lamp. Howard Cochran':
Fairy Queen ....Miss Laura Lavery
Methylated spirits of the Lamp.
Gowan MacGowan, St. George E.
Jeftery.
Aladdin    Walter  G. Schroedi r
Auctioneer,  from  New  York and
Chilliwack   -' lack   B.   Barlow
Prof. Foodies,    in search    of the
.Missing Link   VV. P.- 'Gordon
Mrs. Fondles,  in  love with every
man.. .Mrs.    Mainwaring- Johnston
Hiram   Harrlgan,   the   henpecked
husband        W.  T.   Morris
Mrs. Maria Harrlgan, looking for
Hiram.Mrs. (Dr.) J. Harold Jones
The   Missing Link.   In  a   class  by
himself       Frank   Bllodeau
���Summer Girl ...Miss Juanlta Heaton
On.nils of the Lamp, with a taste
for  music   	
. ...K.  C.   Brown,  Albert  Beatty
Chaperones   ..Mrs.   Eddy.   Mrs.   Clute
Milkmaids ���  Misses    Laird,     C'outts,
Wardle, Ashby, Wells, Dauphlnee
Farmhands���Messrs. Dorer,  Johnston,
Stapleford,      Brown,     Schroeder,
Martin.
College  "Girls���.Misses  Emmett,   Heaton,   Brown,   Harvey,   Ayling,  Ar-
nell,   .MacGowan,    Gifford,     Bllodeau.
Housemaids���Misses Brown.  Fletcher,
i-'orrlgan,      .Armstrong,      Lavery,
Martin.
Alladin's   Wives���.MiS3es  Ayling,    Ar-
neil, Gifford,  MacGowan, Harvey,
Bllodeau.
Fairies���Misses   Lavery.   Brown,  Martin,  Fletcher,  Armstrong,     Corri-
gan,    Brown,    Emmett,    Heaton,
Harvey.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
TO SECURE UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
DURING
THE
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We ore Sole Agents for tiie celebrated Peabodys
Company, Ltd.
Successor to Finck-Lee-Peabodys Co.
Manufacturers of
The Railroad King
and Mechanic King
Overalls and Jackets
Made of Everett denim and Stifel drills,
in plain blue denim, black denim, and
striped blue.
$1.25 the garment Pants or Jacket
These goods are all union made and are
sanctioned by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
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THE
TJ. S. Battleship Flo. t Not Coming.
Washington, April :._.���.\a\;al officials say that while they appreciate
tbe invitation of the Canadian government to have the Atlantic fleet
visit \*flctoria and 'Vancouver, thii
will be entirely impracticable, owing
to the lack of time.
Having   .Man   Slashes   Himself.
Tacoma, April 26.���Albert Banken,
a Scandinavian brought here from
WUkeaon last night, suffering if rom
���ieliiium tremens, today tried to
r-orr.mlt suicide by slashing his throat
with a knife at a hospital. He may
-lie before morning.
New Westminster City
Assessment
S, Wardrobe Clothier I
SELLING AGENT
Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town. All slashed; ,no buildings; good
water; on good road.- Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed;
two room house; small garden and chicken house ana run; splendid
soil and good water.   Price $1230.   Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY __
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
AST TH
of our Great Removal Sale.
We have materially reduced our immense $75,000
stock during this sale, but we want still further reductions.   How about these?   If you have the money j
buy them and make a saving:        ' ;
Iron  Beds
Regular $5.50, all sizes, white enamel, 11-16 in-,
post, angle iron head and foot, good and strong, $3.95
Elegant $9 bed, brass top rail full size, well filled,
one of the best, for only       .      ..       .,     .    $6.90
Mere's a Corn Cracker!
Beautiful Dresser and Stand, empire oak, 3-draw-
er dresser, British bevel mirror, fine stand; regular
$16.50, for      ......      $12.95
ROCKER. Golden Oak finish, cobbler seat ; regular $4.00,
for . . . . . $2.90
SIDEBOARD. Pacific Oak, large British bevel mirror, massive in
design, splendid in finish; regular $27.00 value for only . .  $21.00
Our store is full of bargains. The above will demonstrate the genuineness of
the offers.  Come to-day or Saturday and buy yourself
rich; we will show you how.
LEE'S furniture Emporium
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Tel. 73
INEW   WESTMINSTER
���COURT OF REVISION.
Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1908 has
been returned to me, and remains In
iny office, where it may Le inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the courl
of revision.
The first sitting of too court of revision on tire said assessment roll will
be held .at the city hall, in the said
.city, on  Monday, the  11th  May next,
��� 1- 1.0  o'clock in  the  forenoon.    Any
person   Intending  to    appeal  against
-In. assessment must do so in writing,
to )���<> tiled with the city clerk at least
-iiBrBS ila-.-s betore the first sluing of
tho court
VV. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
*���"'���'���' Hall, April 7, 1008.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson X Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
(Mints east, west and south to Ross-
���lai-..*., Nelson and intermediate points
��� connecting at Spokane with the Great
"Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
������& W; -Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
-adian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
-stage r*-_ily for Repuhlir.
Buffet service on train, between
'Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November   io,
W. It. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
O. E. Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DIALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f14,4CO,0CO.O"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New.oundland, and   ln   London,   England,
.Now   York, Chicago and  Spoka.e, C.S.A., and aMexlco City.    A (.en-
eral Banking Business Tran8ac:">d.
-e.tters of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondent*, in all uarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of .1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Asset* over (168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COU.NTRY
CAN BE ARRA.NGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Empresses
May 1st.
For' other dates  and  particular^,
apply to
ED. GOtTLET,
C. P. R. Agent.
>XC<e>_C<eZe>>>>>>>>>>Ze>I<0%
1  The Arrow Press
$ FOR;
JOB
PRINTING
Windsor Block. Front Street.
MRS. E.  M. DOMINY, Prop
1901.
Leave
sates p.m.
Day Train
.. Spokane
.. Rossland
Arrive
7.15 P.m.
4.10 p.m.
*MO*.��-��r. Nelson  6.45 pm
H. A. JACK&ON.
..Bark Wanted..
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED   AT
FMSfl. RIVER TANNERY, ltd.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER,  B.  C.
Write or call for particulars.
HAMS -t
18C. P^ lb.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietors.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANi> ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tlcke.3 on  sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rat.t   Round   Trlj
Rates  to  Southern  California
For fuUI Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D, CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore
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WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA j
STREET j
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Plume 101    ' Phone 101 I
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FOR BIG RESULTS.
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month and I will sell you a new
si.x-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
Real
Estate
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;| -P. PEEBLES
| \ 270 Columbu St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    P^307 .
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ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS TPRIL  28.   1908.
May Day Nee
i
Q.S
���*oil '"" wee",:
iap   n Is a new  bou i
skirt or something I
, tem all, and I
i fet. ol  .
anc    tucki
t    -Stylish embr ilde
I       .in  i ild   r     :
- ,n   Hats���From 50c up.
Dresses���For   tjie    til
up.
White   Dresses���For  K :1s
Colored  Dresses--!:
pleasi ii to ghov
ho
TRADE CRIPPLED BY
���25 up.
A. J. BIRTCH   -  . . Columbia Stn
DO YOU POSSESS
t comfortable feeling i      aving a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never bei
re apparent than at the present time.
=��� 'Tne -    ��
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
you to join the large numb
[NTERES1 ADDE1 []
.��� money whi re iti
BANKING BY MAII    . SPECIAL. !
START N'nU       m       ..��� LAY.
m Cf lilt INDIAN.
Vigorotis Campaign Planned
Against Rebellious Yaq
Thousand Under Gi a d.
I"ohave v..    .   Vomers
f.hr-tfH'gs-1  dr ~g
bt
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of
FAS        . \t\H"
cloth
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New W��.tmtrtst_r.
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the    I
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have  bee
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thi
USE ONLY THE PKS*i
Hium.
PERFUMED
LYE
Is tue STANDARD arttcfe
READY   FOR   USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
FormaKIng soap, softeningwatitr,
removing old paint, disinfecting
sinks, closets, drains anil for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOU)  EVERYWHERE
E.W.GILLETT^f^i
TORONTO.ONT.
'in
GOLD DUST DISCOVERED IN
LONG   LOST   DUNNAGE
BAG
VI  in
Westmin f. B,  LYLE,   Wgr.
B. Co Mills, Timber and
Svveoson
MALLEABLE
Stump
Thr< e dol
: by n second-hand man In wha
:i:     Old     lall    i '       .IM:
broughl   D   n turn   oi   (
In   thi    ;
oking ba
:i   p iki .....
...       , the i -iii. nee ol    '
iying  articles' Ihsti ad
!, thai      a      Klo
:. ot  the  early  mu
hi       :������.   home     The bargain   wa
p at *a sale ol un    i n
!    Id by liu- Pacific Coasi Si
��� ������ \i. ny   on   ph r   i'.  and
: uft   :iin'i Irt-nod   oft    was     ten
,.'.!,   There was m
i,      ��� ickai
ii...   appearance   of   ll   the   r'!d
.   had lain !n stSr ��� Ioi ���
Pi I I:	
the goia li  <i".iil.'i'".  H Is Iricoi
i    hai he v. ould forget iii   i
, .... be ..tn. of 'hi   rhan    n
i rail  I'tnli I   iiiysi'. ��� -u I
���   ini In ' he clays of ; i
hi    norlh.
Pullers
raomg company
'ANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deater* in All Kindt ef
I
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  J
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Wettmiiuter
There is no experiment con ���
opi ral Ion For   ���   ���        ears,
the pre:-.- m daj
We Invite a__~inten st. d in
-.\--y atlon betwi    .
' .. i. Net. V,
al l oiclocl. p.m.
Further particulars ami r^M On to
T. J. TRAPP
ubher to
niliiir ,>' stump pull-
>
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\.\\   Vorh   llnvbov FOgtforinil.
\,,. ;|   26.     \   11   .   .���  Coi
,1    [tivftl  .".''i   Ihr.   h   J    '
fi i .ii se'rloufelV * '' n ,l1''
ippitig   and   made   ll
���    ���   n   dozen big '
-mt'   thorn   thf   Arnbi.
!.ii .   in    tb.   fn -.ident  ilnni.  t_
i",iil:n!i'l].lii:i.      '    '
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CO.
limited
COLUMBIA STREET
COLUMBIA STREET
COAL! COAL!
��� I Ni \.��  i*iv ilir siTibi'v
,    ��� . 26     The     del
. .    . i 'ommons   h i
��� mi ml   thai   the  s,il.i\
r< porter be  ihi i ���
from  $2000 in $2500 per annum, and
of ''. w   Bnj'i i . assistant to the i i
report! i   from $1200 to *S_500 per an- I
hum.
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
 ,   p. o. Box  34S Thont 106.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce OFFICE: FRONT SIBl. FOOT OF SIXTH. ��� ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
11   B   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager.
A GENERAL BANK 1 .MO   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
*v��ry facility  afforded  Farmers  for  their banking  business.    Sales  Note*
Milled  or taken  for collection.
BANKING by MAIL���Depoalti may ba mad? or wlttdrawn oby mail.
,J"."''   mi accounti receive every attention,
NEW WKSTMIN8TER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. ManagT.
1 ;um i 1 nipirs-o* Ordered.
Vlctoi la, Vpi il 2 .. Reports �� l ���
received here to-day trom England
thai the C. P. U. hue ordered two it���'.*.
llheVs, faster and lai-Rcr than the
fejrrtpresses fot t'-io Atlantic iscrvlce
ati'i Is pn paring to build vessels t������
nugmenl  the Pacific  stHrle'e.
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE RAILWAY M T, am i tter of the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
C _ of the Van.
' '  fla  and  Ea item  _t__tl-
lompany.
'   ��� B_    tttat
lection 36. ol
the  Rallwa;    _       an ap '.-;.!1
be made to rlic Board of Rallwaj C
missioners for Canada,
Rodta of said C<~_nlss_onerB, a    t1
1 :_ty of i ttawa, at  eh ven  o'i lock in
th-e forehobn, on Tl'KSDAV. thi     ' '���
day of May, A. D. 1508, for a recommendation to the Governor in ('(i-.me.il
Ibn  of  a  certain  ftgree-
1 i   26th  day  of  March,
A. l"). 19(18, mad i    t ttveeh the VaA-
��� *  Vi Inster and Yukon Roil-
ol the one pkrt, and
Vancouver, Victoria and ICastern
Railway and N I' in Company et
the Other part, providing for the sate
the Vancouver, Westminster rendi
YukOn Railway Company to rail the
purchase by the Vancouver, v*.- *���
imI  Eastern  Railway and  Navtg
to;    t'Om the Said the Vancon-
���   \\'-' !; [fn ter and Yukon Railway
any, of all  that portion  of the
the
'.."r   Wi ter   and   Yukt.il
Com'] an .  - oni Istii ���   oi  tbe
:aihvay in th" City of Vai
I   in  Said  a^rvornon1
i from the i        t Vancouver to the Citj
w Westminster, and in thc City
oi Xew Westminster, and nil lint       I
railway connecting it with ttfi
thi r rlvi r at New  V
.minster, and all rights arising ont ot
���r 6r^er of the Hoard of Railway
' mm! sioners for Canada, pertaining to the maintenance or 6perai
Of Pie said lines of ������lihvay or r.ny of
them, and all other property, I'"
personal, at [ulred for or he) I I ta
in triisl for or on areotmt of the said
Mm s of railway nr any of them.
DATED this *-*.fh day of Marc-h,   L
D, ld08.
.1AMKS   .IKKFREY.
:'������ :'!'������ lavy of the Vancouver, Westminster nnd Yukon Railway Company.   .
Shipbuilders' Lockout dtwred.
London, April 26.���At a mortlnf.
held In Carlisle yesterday tlie shipbuilding employer**' federation de-
elded i" order n lockdtij Ifl every
Shipbuilding yard In the V'nlted
Kingdom.
NOTICE
WHEN GOING EAST      f^OOKSLETS
,K THR TICKET Af.ENT ���
TO SEND YOU oVEf
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
KiKht
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUAJUUE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Tfa'tti Every I>av in the Yei'
RKTWEEN
. Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAMK.
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and be��t ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas*, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private .-ompartment cars, standard
rf> section sleepers, luxurious dining
-��r. reclining rhair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, 15-
brar�� and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARICER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7�� Second Avenne. Seattle. Wish
^���^            Well
Known
Souvenir
POST
CARDS
of New Westm
nster a*.
tl dist
let
On Sale at
Morey's     B
ooksto'*e
and
at   Gamoni
Cigar
Divan
tr Advertise the
town we
live 1
n iy
mailing Picture
Post Ca
rds tO
JOiT
friends.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings bet-veen
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at  Hammond, Haney, l,ant;li.>.
Mission 'ind way ports, with passengers  nnd  freight,
I_enves    Brackthatl  R-   Ker    whatf.
New   Westminster.   Tuesdays,   Thursdays snd Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves   Chilliwack  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and  particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.   I
ft   WIIITMOltr. Secretary.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Telephone 133.
THE  SCENIC   RAILWAY  OF
AMERICA.
Through    Trains    with    first    class
���e;,.;..,   tourist*   and  dining   cars.
 ������ """ K.eursions to Kastern Provinces at
English  and American  Billiard  T* Lreafly reduced rates on Mfly ^th and
bles,   Bowling   Alleys, etc,    New  and   ,Mh ,.nd  Jnne -^ 6rtl( 19th and 20th.
second - hand  tables and supplies  in \fiQoA for th,.ee month3.
���tock. Week end single fares   for    round
p      ||      CLIBURN I trips to local points.
Phone  aVis. " P. O. Box  1185 j    For full particulars apply to
Bowling Alley,  Pender St.. ED, GOULET.
VANCOUVER Agent. Now Westminster.
Agent   for  Messrs. Ssmu-.l   .May   .*   or to E. .1. COYLE,
.,,   ''-..ron.o. Aest' 0enl- PhSS  ASt- Vnncouver.
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN    lhat
one tl)  month from the date *hcT��o_
application    will    be    made    to   tbe*
(lovernor-in-Counctl    under    Ch*pte��
118 of the Revised Statutes of Caaad'aa.
1900, for approval of plans of a bridge
to he constructed by the Victoria Terminal  Railway and  Ferry    Company
over the Serpentine river on the line
of the said company'3 railway between
Uliifii" and Olivers In the Province ot
British  Cbittttibl-t;   and  also for    a\r-
p-oval of plans iii a bridge to be constructed    by   the   Victoria   Terminal
Hallway aud Ferry Company ov����r Che^
N'homekl river on the line of the sail,
company's railway between lilaineam..
Olivers In the said Province of Brills****
Columbia,    Plans of each of the said!
bridge,   and   descriptions  of  each, off
tlie sites thereof have been deposited
.v.th   the   Minister  of   Public   Works,
and In the Land Registry   Office   at
N'ew   Westminster,   Hrltlsh   Columbia.
Hated   this   1st   day  of  April  A.D.,
.1108.
A. II. MacNEILL,
Solicitor for the Apolieanta.
Tram Marks
Dcmonr
Cot>vmoHT�� 4c.
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FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers,, tnail,
���xpress and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horee,
���mintaining a through winter serrice,
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Men
of Taste
77.is />_zfe in History.
I employ
the finest
will appreciate my clottfes.
skilled cutters, aud buy only
fabrics that the world's best looms
produce. My present stock of spring
and summer woolens cannot be
passed.    Your inspection invited.
mother    lands    resounded    with    the
whoop of our forebears,    who wildly
pursued the hunt in very abbreviated
costume and there is   a chance   yet
thai  these despised   Doukhobors may
take  on  the arts  and    dress    of our!1"''    ���**���<������-���; <i; :       *    '  !
modern civilization. Until they do the
Conservative  press   will    blame    thej
Government.
stir-
MM. BAKh OF CANADA
ISSUES ANNUAL REPORT
MORGAN
Comprehensive    Review    of   Financial
Situation Included  In   Neatly Gotten  Up Booklet Just Issued.
TME   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
;in-
B. C.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their j
Offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   From I
streets, New Westminster.  13.  C.
6. A. Paige Managing Director
.ufemffiuBj*. ���
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TUESDAY, APRIL 23. 1908.
APRiL 23.
the constitution of tho  United States.
1813���Prince Kutu&off, commander-in-
chief of t_:e Russian forces
that o;i;:ose.l the Invasion of
Napoleon, died.   Born 1745.
1859 ��� Colorado River expedition
ended.
LSG5���Sir Suaiuel Cunard, founder of
the Cunard steamship line,
died.    Lorn   Nov.   19,   1S35.  ,
1894���Many lives lost by earthquakes
in Venezuela.
1905���Genera! Fitzhugh Lee died.
Horn   Nov.   19,   1S35. '
Dry Salt���each tiny grain keep-
,n�� fresh and oiquant. Never
caking. It's WINDSOR TABLE
SALT.   Use it.
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HOUSE OF QUALITY!
TENDERS
ii
THE     DOUKHa-aa-OKaS.
_\'t_ slujder is too contemptible
01:
mean to be uttered by i'ae reptile Opposition press when it touches upon
tho  Liberal  Government  policy
with
respect to immigration.    Whenever a
newcomer  falls by   the  way,  or  mis-ihavp fo,lnd an illustrated
:��.
tn  Issuing their thirty-eighth
j-nual  report the Royal  Bank of Can-
I ada has almost succeeded In "painting
Cue   Illy."     No   institution   bas    ever
placed before the public such an extravagantly  gotten   up    booklet,    descriptive of their own  progress during   the   past  decade,  together    with
such a striking tribute to the financial
[development   of   the  great  Dominion
of Canada, as the pamphlet   just   re-
! ceived by the Daily -News.
Not only arc tlie principal branches
of the banks, from Nova    Scotia   to
Victoria   pictured,   but  also   statistics
dealing with such diversified topics as
the'population, area, "public debt, imports, coal,  minerals, railways, immi-
: gration, yield of crop in the different
I provinces, customs, metals; in fact an
! encyclopaedia of every import and export throughout thc. Dominion.
The Daily .\ews has only one fault
to find, that, whereas branches fn
Chilliwack,   Vancouver. Victoria,  etc-,
place, New
fortune falls to the lot ot an Imjni- j w��*minste'- has been passed up.
gnaut and his family, the Government'  ,
Is io blame.   If the tickets were   not
made  as  the  immigrant thinks  they Grant Day at Galena.
Should have been tne Government is;    Galena, 111.,  April  27.���In honor of
to blame.   If the ticket was made out the memory of one of the most illus-
properly and accldently  lost by the; trious of the sons of Illinois, the peo-
immigrant,  the    Government    is    to!Ple of Galena, his home, united today-
blame.     If  the   immigrant's   baggage wfttl ,a great concourse of visitors, in-
was wrongly labelled, broken or lost, eluding a large delegation from Chi-
the Government is to blame.   If any- jcag0' m celebrating the birthday an-
thing in the shape of disease of mind iniversary    of    General  U.  S.  Grant,
or body happens to a late arrival, the Gre;lt crowds from surrounding towns
���Government Is to blame. If In transit, attended the exercises held in   Grant IK
one of these new sightseers falls off Park' where stands the    magnificent1;!
the train, the Government is to blame. monument  to the warrior,  presented*
The tact is apparent, that the Govern-  by H   H* Kohlsaat, of Chicago, eigh-' %
ment officials and agents, the agents teen >'eal*s ago.
of the shipping companies also,    are, ���. ,,
expected  to  make  strict  examination'
and enquiry respecting everyone seek*
ing our shores, and if they do wrong,'
or get pay for doing right, the Govern-
ment is to blame.
Now it so happened that an apparently    down    trodden    race,    hunted
hither    and    thither, their    relatives
massacred, without hope except   the
release at   t'ne hand of the assassin, I
sought our shores.   The world looked!
on, ami  applauded  the humanitarian'
Government  that    helped    to  release'
them  from  their thraldom  and  when
they    reached    our    shores;    special j
deputations    representing   all   creeds
went down to the point of debarkation,
to welcome, and cheer, and care   for'
tht^e    poor    unfortunates.    Clothing,!
food and even delicacies were distri-;
bate* on the trains and" at every point
where such hospitality was given    a
chance to display    itself    until    thei
point of distribution was reached- Here'
the Governmenl did what it does with
���very nationality, housed and fed the'
Donkkobors until they could be settled,
which settlement w.as Anally accomplished.
Seven years inter  fanaticism  takes
Melon of them and ftey scatter
-.11  march   without   definite   idea,   as
to their  destination.    Some of them
m ; >r into the Province- of Ontario,
>i..        Bint William nlnteen are "im-
���   ��� ned   for  Don-conformity   to   law,
*���    to remain for six months, dur-
wbkh time they can get used to
article    of    dress    sufficiently
3jv_.v.-. to be decent.    Tbey wore such
..  "  ..!' when they came to the country   lalthonch  their    conceptions    of
Sect acy were  somewhat  Kdonle)  and
there is no reason why they should
not don clothing adapted to the country at this time.   Rut the Conservative
press works Itself into hysterics with
the demand  that   the  Dominion  Government   deport   these   prisoners   who
Are  forcibly  detained   by  the  Ontario
Government.    This  reckless    demand
is made regardless of    tho    principle
iO-fecled.  If the Dominion Government
���could deport at will, what rights would
Immigrants have after t'iiolr seven or
lea years residence In Canada ?   Even
governments are required to act within the law and win never or wherever
(he highest authority dons not    Conform to law It will speedily be checked.   What we say Is that If   in   the
light of today an error was made   In
���encouraging   these    deluded    unfortunates to our shores, the wholi conn-
Cry practically endorsing the human-
tarian action of the time roust share
the responsibility.   We have hope that
In oar condemnation of these faflatlcs,
we may remember thnt less than two
hundred years ago the hills   In   the
Bends Sold Well,
Nelson, April 27.���Nelson has disposed of Its $150,000 school bonds at
9(i and the new public school building
will be started at once. The city has
also be.'ii able to .arrange for tho sale
of its power debentures in Toronto
and the sale of the additional $S3,000
bonds will enable ibe installation of
the needed unit at Ihe municipal
power plant tliis  summer.
TENDERS will be received until
May 1 by the British Columbia Telephone Company, Vancouver, for the
supplying of 1400 barked cedar poles,
30 feel long and nol less than ten
inches In diameter at top end, to be
delivered at. tire stakes along the wag-
on road between Westminster andj
Mission.
Tenders may be foi* the whole distance or sections.
GEORGE if   HALSE,
Secretary-Treasurer.'
i
Just received, a large consignnipJ
of MEM'S STRAW HATS, in
the latest shapes.
F. CRAKE!
MANAMA
to your order, from
&
T
Watchmaker
doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
t English
Two
$10 to
$25.   GUARANTEED.
RUBBER STAMPS
Ni mor_ n-ed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, m_de
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen.
and
MADE IN CANADA
.Mail  orders filled  same day as received.
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &   SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*"
| J. Eugene Brown
��� Clothiers and Haberdashers
bailies'Gold Watches  from  112.75 up.
I'entlemen's    Silver   Watches,   open
race, $6.00.
Centlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    We'.lman I *
Arctic Expedition.    \II warranted.       i *
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc. j '' **************************
Watch   repairing;     cnarges   reason
able.
P. S. ���NOBBY HAT BANDS.
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W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Chard Block. New Westminster, B. C
WE want your Grocery orders.'  We want to give w
satisfaction.     We want to give you goods at fi
prices.   Note these prices for to-day's selling :
COWIE
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GASOLINE
ENGINES li
Com Starch
3    Pks.   for    25c
Seeded Raisinsl
16-OZ. Pks.,   3 for 25<[
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN, EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
Taylor's Cleanser
3 tins for 25c
Wheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25<
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd. fph^eST.
ADAMS &. DEANS
Prompt DeliveJ
& SOLE MANUFACTURERS.
| NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
"fl*IHHHHf**if**K*1W
It's Oxford Time
We never sold Oxfords $s fast as we
are now selling them. This will be a great
sea.son for all kinds of low cut Shoes. We
have them in every style���Lace, Blucher
cut^Button, Pumps and Colonials.
TANS ar? "it" this season and we can
give you an exceptionally good variety in
them-Chocolate, Golden Brown, Wine
Color and Light Tan.
Our full line of Canvas goods is here.
They are the newest ideas from Boston.
Prices $1.75 to $3.50 a pair.   See them.
Men's Oxfords
Patent Blucher cut, per pair  . .$5.00
Patent button, per pair  $5.00
(lun metar button, per pair ....$5.00
(Inn metal Blucher cut, per pair $4.50
Vlef l.id Blucher cut, per pair ,.$400
Tans    in     button    and    lace,     p"r
pair   $4.50 and $5.00
Tan and patent pumps, per puir $4.50
and    $5.00
ARE YOUR EY1
Troubling You?
If so, come and bave them i
amined.      We make no charl
for testing your eyes.   All we|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optici
Optica
Parlors  in T. QWtti
Jewelry  Store.
SUITS
Made to Your
MEASURE
$15
Ladies' Oxfords
Chocolate and tan Blucher cut, per
pair  $2 50 and $3.50
Vlr.i kid in aH'cuis, per pair $1.5)
to $4.00
Patents In button and lace, per p;iir
$3.50 to   $5.C0
S] i' il il girls' Oxfords In tan and lilac'*
with low heels; Rizvs i' io <*>; por
pair $2f-D
Our   tailoring   organization    is   so,
complete that you take absolutely XO
RISK when ordering.    Your garments
are   cut  from   your    own    individual
i __A_asuremen_e   cy expert  craftsmen.
Wl.    PUARANTBE   TO    PLEASE
AND TO PIT YOU PERFBoiJ-iY.
'and at a price far below what the ordinary  custom   tailor    would  charge
you, while tho fabrics used are without equal for Intrinsic worth or varl-'
ety.
if you have a fault i.\ your
figure,   please  Mention   it
IIAWD WE WILL HIDE IT FOR YOU.
Let us prove thla statement fo your
profit.   Only union labor employed.
ir^j | The Croot S Stewart Tailoring Co
538  Hastings street,  West,
Vancouver.
NONE BETTER THAN
THE
-mem
WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
We have just receive ]
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH. CLASS
WOOLENS that ever errssed
thc pond.
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT jig
Jackson & Morrison
Located at tbe KMK
of "Daily News" Block
.NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
REMOVAL
NOTICE
J. N. AITCMSON
���   Merchant Tai'or
Columbia 8t.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
Electric Blue-Printing
Any SI*.
Maps, Charts and Draftirg
The
Vancouver  Map and Blue-
Print Company,
411 Seymour St.,. Vancouver
WESTMIVSmt OFFIGE:
H. Neville Smith, B.C. L. S.
Crescent Block
Westminster Iron Wra
Removed to Tenth St., H
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REIO
Telephone 53.
New Westminster.
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s-aasafei*;!
WES   T.H. SMITH   THE CASH STORES
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OOD
For the Little Folks
ew  more days, then :.*,,     ;, i happy ]  iun  and
etc.    We have made . , [ig   , i..i[.   tQ
.   needs of all the llttl lea , .\-w.,v    ia    ,.,,���_
-,,,.���,,!.   We have in this section   a trul ,, ......  assortment
i!f(.h|:      ... boys' and girls' ready-to-wi ,���iar prices   M;mv
|temg ;1:    reduced over 3344 per cent.
Girls' and Misses'
Fancy Dresses
A full range in white in pique
lawns, iu nils, batistes, etc.
Sonn- with tine lace trimming.
Pfices trom   75c to $10 00
Girls* and Misses' Wool
Sailor Dresses
A large and varied assortment in navy and colore!
serge*, panamas, etc., nicely
trimmed and smartly made.
Prices from  $1.25 to $5.00
i
Girls' and Misses'
Sailor Dresses
���\ complete range of girls' and
es' sailor and mother hub-
bard dresses i omlng in all the
newesi fabrics and in all the
latesl style.- Over 150 to
s -led trom. Come'early and
get first choice, Prices from
    50c to $3.95
Boys' White Blouses
A full line of boys' white
' louses, also children's tunics
:'n duck, galatea, pique, etc.
Prices from ..50c, 75c, $1, $1.25
Children's Hats in Endless Variety
$4,75 Girls' and Misses'
Trimmed Leghorns $4,75
Fifty trimmed leghorns wilh
ros.s and forget-me-nots, daises and lily ot the valley, etc.
Regular prices are $6.00; from
now til] May Day   $4.75
Muslin and Embroidery
Hals
A manufacturers sampb> iine,
no two alike, in embroidery
linen mull and lawn. Regul.ir
���J-fices from 75c to $3.50, from
now till May Day ..50c to $2.65
$2,00 Girls' and Misses'
Flop Hats, $2.00
A full Hue of flop hats trimmed with flowers, ribbons and
chiffons. Regular price $3-50,
from now till May Day $2.00
Children's and Misses'
Straw Hats
A glorious showing, every
new design is represented here.
Over 1000 hats to choose from.
Prices from  50c to $1.50
Fancy Strawi and  Embroifie-i Bonnets for Infants.
Silk Embroidery Bonnets for Infants
T. M. SMITH
Home oi the Hat Beautiful
The Store Value Built
NRGE
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remember nothing    of thv
thai led io the wounding.
incident:-
John Miliar, of I'on Han'y, charged
with assaulting his wife, was yesterday tried before Judge Howay in the
county court and fined %-'��� and costs.
A queer Customer walked into the
i iin of the chief of police yesi i;.i\
afternoon,  demanding the    protection
he  police  against     persons    who
weir threatening to kill htm. an i con-
A social nill beheld In the Queen's      Remember   the   shoe   sale   at   R.
tvenue lipworth league rooms on May' Stevenson's shoe house, Beg ile street.
''���'.  '"'���";���   he entertainment  will    be  Opposite Windsor bote'
Provl led young men   of    ihe
The police  were  notified  yesterday tinually accublng  himself of    having
of the  theft  of a  half set  of double murdered his  mother and  robbed hla
'     Pma . -    Illiard and pool parlor,   harness from the shop of a. E. Maun,   sister.   The nam is Tnonias   Francis
',|1'        In    3,  C.     Dominion    Trusl   The pollci  are working on the case.
**
Phom   B27S   for  cleaning,  Dyeing,
Col. H  Imes, D. O. C, accompanied      es . airing.   Oppositi   Premier
by    Lieut-Col mei     !,   :.i  fe >,    crfJJeer   ta **
1 '      tndin . Sixth regiment, and Pay-
Forrest, were in the*city     '���"������������ c    p* R* ls replacing the ties
���y,  ing  th,   armouries.      ���''���"���-   the   !'"    ' ;l   Front 8trcet.   I'1''*
Piaratory  t.i  complying  with  the  re-
Q    i   al   the   roller   rink   Saturda.    -���est of th i    .lank the tricks, '"im" ,n  ,,lu  <--��n<-��*s**>'-  ,liat   >*-    is
and Monday nights. **   . ... h ..������'��� ,.._....,���_ insane.   William:,   was yesterday    re
\\ llllams, and this is the second unie
he has asked th-e protection of the
police, slating* in reply to their ques
tions thai he has never Been the persons who are threatening his life, but
iii ii he hears them speaking to him.-^
in. Manchester has been looking after
the man  for  some time  and  having;
WHEN IN \��UVER
EAT
at the
Astor lirill
The Largest and Finest Equipped   Cafe    in1 Western   Canada.
Six course Busmss Men's
Luncheon served from llitlO a.
m, to 2 p. m., for 30 cents.
a la carte Dinner from r>:':0
to   _   p.   m,
The Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
*   Manager.
NOTICE
or the use of pi destrlans.
<"i number of thi   Vancouver Knights      Grand    masquerade    nexl    Mofrdaj
is, No. 1081, will he in   the night at thc-roller rink.    Four prizes
city thi:   evening for the  purpose orj will  be  offered.    Westminster cornetl
:     in   the  Initiation  of  fifteen
andidal is for the local K. of C- lodge.
insane.   Williams   was   yestirday
moved to the asj lum
Winnipeg,  April    27.���St.
Th   time for receiving tenders for
t1i��. construction of a Cruiser for the
British Columbia  Fishery    Protection
Joseph s! Service    has    been    extended    from
The most convincing argument in
favor of "B. C" and "Old Sport"
i li       is the cigar itself.
iand in attendance.
German Catholic    church   on College
, avenue,  one  of the  largest   churches
Six cars ol poles an ved over   the >��   lhe   c'',v. was   destroyed by   fire
Gr  i|   No. ��� rd       tor the   B,
C.  E.   Et.   The poles are to used along
** J the ear lims ol I       oi ipany, between
i        i  a   i,     ,   . .,, ,      ,  ��� i here and Vancouvei   ind i.i thai city.
Ke,   J. 8. Henderson si iii be absent.
oi Andrew's church on Sunday,1;    See Abbott <fc Hyde about those two
he exchanging pulpits* with a Belling- lots, from which a magnificent view
ham minister who Intends spending a!of the Fraser river and valley is ob-
few days In this city. tained, at the head of  Keary streot,
J. H. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and SapPerton' ��nl>' *2*0 tor the two. ������
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an ol ��� the steamer li. P. Rlthet will ar-
ficein the Guichon block. Phone 338. ��� | rive in  port on  Tuesday.  May _,    on
1 her  first   trip  and  will  leave for Vlc-
I torla on the following day with passengers  and  freight   for   intermediate
points.    Thereafter the 1 oat'will   ar-
onrly Ihis  morplng.
of the building wa
The original cost
$7.ri,nou.
rive every Tuesday and Friday, leaving on Wednesday and Saturday.'
A novelty in time pieces is to be
seen in W. C. Chamberlin's Columbia
street window, where a mechanical
acrobat is performing on a trapeze,
the mannikin being operated by an
ingenious  clockwork  arrangement.
To dispute the superiority Oil JZ $15�� down and t!le halance
"Brillante" cigars Is to question the! l$13��0) ,myable $15 *,Br month you
value of quality. ������imay secure a comfortable fire room
��� furnished   house   with   good    garden,
The annual meeting of the West- stable for three horses. This property
minster Rovers Football club will be ��� is close to the car line. Is in good re-
held on Tuesday of next weefc. A [pair and affords an opportunity, not
couple of gaimes still have to be often found, to buy a convenient cosy
played by the team, but the result of j home on the easiest cf terms. White
these matches will not affect the|& shiles, 260 Columbia street, city. *���
standing of the competing teams. 1
j    The following officers of the Cltl-
Dahiias, Geraniums and all kinds ofjzen's Temperance league were elected
beding and vegetable plants. Davies & j at a meeting held in the t. O. O. F.
Son.   Telephone B208. hall Sunday night: President. W. Mc-
.     .   a ��� ��� . ���. #      iLeod;    first  vice-president, Dr. Man-
Two city hotel proprietors will facei  , ' '
,, .... I Chester;    second vice-president, Mrs.
the police magistrate this morning on;.. _      ,    .
.     ...      ,. .    , M.  A.   Cunningham;     secretary,    Dr.
a marge of selling liquor during pro-  , __    , *���
,.,.,,. ..       ,,       ,    _       >.       Levey;     treasurer,    F.   P.   Maxwell;
hlblted hours, the alleged offence be- .. .,        __
.... , ...   i executive commit fi., Mr, Kerr, N. R.
ing said to have been committed   on! _,      _   _' .
���     , .. _.     ,  . .   ���  | Brown, Mrs. C.  Watson, Mrs. Gilley,
Sunday afternoon     The Informant IsL_    _ ���    _,   ���
....       , . Mr. Stagg, G.  B. Cros3.
reported to be a local man who was sol
DIED
GRAHAM ��� At     .New   Westminster,
April 20, 1908, Roberl GrAham, aged
TU years,  late Of  Holland,    Man.
Funeral   will  take  place  from resilience, corner Tenth  street  and Tenth
avenue,   Tuesday   afternoon   at   2:.'!0,
April 28, 1908, to the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Manitoba papers please copy.
May  1st to dune 1st next.
JAS GAUDLV,
Agent.
Agency Marine find Fisheries
Victoria,   B.C.,  April  22.   1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced on Tuesday, April 14/1908
at J. A. Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and just six doors below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our Immense Stock of Household
Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right in the new premises as soon as the decorators are through.
This is the chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
discount allowed on any article you choose to pick out.
TEL.   73
JOHN A. LEE
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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\FOR SALE.....
j       Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will .j;
j deliver to any part of the city.
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C. WILLIAMS
Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
THE    KIND   THAT   GROWS
annoyed at be'ng refused liquor on
credit that he forthwith proceeded to
lay ah Information against the hotels.
'Puis will be the first case of this
nature to come up for a considerable
time.
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.   Phone 184. ���*
At the annual meeting of Queen's
Avenuo Methodist league yesterday
evening, with a large number of members in attendance, the following officers were elected for the ensuing
year: Fresiilent,-Prof. A. E. Hetherington;'first vice-president (Christian
Endeavor), Miss A. L. Loree; second
vice-president (missionary), Miss Ha
Marshall; third vice-president (literary), F. W. Haggman; fourth vice-
president fsocial), E. Saunders; fifth
vice-president (junior league), Mrs.
W. H- Barraclough, with Miss Street
as assistant; secretary, W. Reld;
treasurer. F. Mark; organist, Miss J.
Marshall.
This Week
We are  showing
Brushes
Including
*
Hair
Cloth
Tooth
Sii'ivn;;
Face
pat
Bath
l'lute
Hand
Im; orted
J.
.
Through the giving out of a boom
chain, a number of logs got loose from
the Brunette mills yesterday after-
���io. .1 ani sjoii the river was dotted
with the timber. In a short time the
fishing lleet along the south shore
were driven to the bank, and forced to
remain until a couple of tugs, each
driving one eud of a boom, corralled
the  straggling  logs   and  towed them
back to the mill.
��
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. CA and "Old
Srjort" cigars. ������
A party of Great Northern officials
from the headquarters of the company
at St. Paul yesterday paid-a flying
visit" to the city on their regular annual tour of inspection. During the
morning they visited Vancouver, running over the city lines shortly after
noon. The party included J. M. Gree-
ber, general manager; E. Brown, general superintendent; A. Stewart, chiel
engineer; It. Brown, master carpenter,
and F. McFaddcn, general roadmaster.
On   May   Day,    Friday    next,    the
father of  the present .May Queen,  S.
G- Tidy, will entertain the officers and
| members of the Nanaimo silver cor-
j net band, and the boys' brigades   ol
| Vancouver and  New  Westminster to
dinner iu the K. of P. hall at 0 o'clock.
Thi re  will   bo covers  laid  altogether
for 12D.   At the same fine Miss Annie |
Tiilv will entertain her royal successor |
and   maids  of  honor .at  the    Russell
hotel.   Special Invitations which    are
being Issued w 11 include some of the '
members of the May fay committee
ij Public Supply Stores jj
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Are now offering for sale a special line of
Dinner Ware
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones ; j
so cheap ?
Columbia Street.       New   Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
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DO IT NOW
diicct     from
AHRyaJS9S Drug Store
Westminster 2,000 Cords Tan Bark
I rcinsf er Co wanted
  AT THE
0,K 'Phono 185.     Barn 'Phone 137 FRACCD RIVER TANNERY
Columbia Street. i^r-wav
83aGe   delivered   promptly   to
anv  I art of the city.
^ht and Heavy Haulinj
OFFICE-TRAM DEf��OT.
makers al  the best prices.
satisfactory.
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THE      O A I  L  /      NEW.*
U   "ou   WA.VT  HELP.
Tho   challenge    to    a   roller    race
thrown out by Coleman, of Vancouver, I
to  ('.   F.   Perry,  of  Westminster,  has
the    best) be8n acceptedi Thl.(1(, haif |nllei( ������..,-,<
We make wjjj fa   i���if,(,(] fo.      p,ir.o of $25 nn
:,   baler of a  twenty-live , ent  tootft Pr,dajR M:lv  ,    flrHt   hl,al to Bta- llt
br.'-'.tial  Will  replace any one. noij9...    \^  ^   .^   ^..^  lnt���1.v.1,s
between hints, perry and Coleman
skated a five mile race m Vancouver
three years ago, Perry winning Last
winter these two skated n two mile
race on ^he same floor, Coleman wln-
n'ng. This promlsofe to be the most
exciting race pulled off nt the local
rink, as both men are very ^evenly
matched.
With a deep wound In ths back of
his nock, a hnlf v.'Hed i��;son giving
the name of Thonvis 1 e<\ wn3 hroughtj
to tho Royal Coluinhnn hospital   onj'
Saturday.   He wa i found ��y farmers, i.
���ti t^3 Yslr io;d, nnd   appean   to}
CURTIS'
_ I Drag, Spectacle ft Seed Store
NlW   V.ECTMINSTCI..
r. vv. Heath, late of Ottawa, in char.ge
. of the optical Department
HAVE YOU IN8URED THOSE
VALUABLE HORSES OF YOURS
YET OR ARE YOU WAITING
TILL ONE OF -fHEM RUNS OVER
A PRECIPICE, DROPS DEAD OR
IS BURNED UP A3 OTHERS
HAVE DONE.
MORAL?    DO IT NOW
I INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAU8E.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.*
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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TUES��AV.   APRIL
28.
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BAD CROP YEARS.
No>
Wti^n    llirils    mid      -ii'mula,    Uo
Mate .tt  the  Mnllnv  Scmon.
".Vlie:i birds ��mi animals do no'.
mate at the mating season, it is a sij;ii
that a bad year is coming,"Said a farmer.
"Quails, gophers, rabbits nml squirrels   nil   refuse   to   mate   in   certain
years.   These   years    afterward    turn
out   to  be  bad  ones.   The quails  are
particularly weather wise.   By instiuct I
the little wild creatures know that fori
lack of rain or for smite other reason i
there Is to be a grass famine unci a
bee.I famine, und, Instead of pairing off
and mating ami Betting up housekeep-1
Ing in little families Of two, they re-!
main  unmated  In  tbe  large  bands In!
Which  t!i<.\   bare flown all  winter,  liv  ';
ing,  ns it   were, a  kind  of apartment I
house life.   That year Inevitably turns
out a bud one, though the bachelor and '
sph i]     quails,  with a  good deal  of
picking ami scratching, manage to get |
11 o  jli tu eat.   But to feed families of
little ones tn such a famine year would i
be impossible.
"In California the squirrels In a fain-
ine year uol (Inly do not mate; they du
not e\en live. They become dormant
As by a miracle, they remain dormant
until a season of plenty comes witb
the nexl  winter's rains."   Exchange.
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Motto of Progress Brand Clothing:
Climbing the ladder-
always upward."
_i
To be well dressed, does
not mean expensively
dressed. You can be
well dressed in Progress
Brand Clothing at a
saving of from 20% to
30% compared with the
cost of clothes of equal
quality.
This label guarantees it.
���Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
next and at the agency of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, li- C.
Each tender must ue .���accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque aqua] to
in per cent of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque will b
I'eited it' the person sending the accepted tender decline., to niter into a
contract with the Department or falls
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will I e considered
The Departmen
to accepl the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying ihis advertise
ment without authority from the Department will not be paid.
P. GtJTJRDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine
and Fisheries
Ottawa, Canada,   i Ith   March,   1908.
For  Her  Welfare.
Mrs. Goodheart, had made up ber
mind that in .-l of the so called chanty
of the present day was uot, Strictly
speaking, charity at* all. Whoever gave,
she bud concluded, did so for the pleasant sensation of seeing bis or her
name figure on subscription lists, and
she did not agree with this ostentation.
"Here, my good man." she said oUO
day last week to a man who bad begged dims of ber, "here is a threepenny
piece, nnd please to understand that I
do not give this because l hope to bo
rewarded for my charity sume day,
but because it gives me pleasure to
do so."
The burly beggar looked dubiously at
the tiny sih er coin.
"Look 'ere. mum," he said.    "In this |
'ere wicked world we don't orften get
the chance to enjoy ourselves.    Why
uot make it a .hilliu' an' 'ave a real
food time?"���London Tit-Bits.
.Jury   "Wiis  experienced.
"Flatman, I hear you were arrested
the other day  fnr insulting and brow- \
Oertting a janitor.   How did you come j
ont;"
"I was tried fir it :i, tl acquitted."
"On \'..'i ground that it was justifl- I
cble?"
"Xo: the jury couldn't be made
believe such a thing was possible..
Chicago Tribune.
Grand Trunk Ry.
,	
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-'
TIME PROVINCES.'
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX.       ���
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 13.. Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Trains & Steamers
to
C P.R.   .MAIN   LINE.
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Tho Worst tl Education.
Wben the new and the old school
meet, there is likely to be a clash of
opinions, nnd so the miller, Brown,
found the other day when Fanner
Jackson sent his young son across t-J
the mill with, a sack of corn which Ke
wished ground Into meal. Like the
miller, Ibe mill was of the old. leisure-
fy sell ml, and only a tiny stream of
meal trickled out. The young man
waxed impatient.
"What n mllll" he snid. with scorn.
"Why, l could eat the meal quicker
than this ramshackle old concern of
yours can grind lt!"
"Aye,"' said Miller Brown, "but bow
loag eoul6.pt keep it Up, Ind?"
"Till I starved!" was the trenchant
aiiswer.
Ami wben Miller Brown had puzzled j
o��.t the inwardness of the remark lie j
.oncluded  tbat  lads  nowadays  were
"pettln'  u power too sharp wl'  their
teurues."--London Express.
10:25
12:45,
Leave New West minster
15:15, 17:20, 18:40,
Arrive    .New    Westminster
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35,
Overland    express     arrives
leaves 15:15.
i   GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. >,'. W. !i.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle . d.h_
Lv. N. Vv'. 4.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
R. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and S a. m��� and every half hour thereafter t'.li U o. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hears.
V., W.  & *��.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 pm- ,
Leave Guichon C a- m, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
TENDERS addressed to the uuder-
I signed at Ottawa, in seated envelopes
and marked on the envelopes "Tend< i
for New Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
���FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw
steel cruiser for fisheries protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
the following leading dimensions,
namely length over all 250 feet,
breadth of beam moulded 32 feet and
depth from top of keel plate, to top of
beams at side IT feet, and to be' delivered at Victoria, B. C.   *
Plans and specifications of this
steamer can be seen at the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
at the offices of the Collectors of Customs at Toronto, Hamilton, Collins-
wood, .Midland. Vancouver and Sydney, N. S., and at the agencies of the
Department, of Marine nnd Fisheries al
Montreal, Quebec, Bl. .John, N. 1!.,
Halifax, N. 8., and C'harlottvtown, P.
E. I.
The same plans and specifications
can be procured by application trom
the Department of Marine and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May
______���
sealed   TENDER8   addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tendi I
for heating Post Office, Vancouvi
Jl C," will be received at this office
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, inclu-
does not bind itself-} lively, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Plana and specification can bi
and  forms of lender obtained on a
plication at ibis Department, from v..
Henderson,  Superintending  architect^
Victoria, li- ('., and from Mr. Charles
ToBsell,  Clerk  of  Works,  Vance
i'i. c.
Persons tendering are notified
tenders will not be considered uni
made on tiie  printed  form  supi
snd  Blgned   with  their  actual  i
tures.
Each tender  must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chart     I
bank, made payable to the order ,<���
Honorable    the    Minister    of    Pu
Works, equal to tea per cent. (10 p.c i
('!'   the   amounl    of   tbe   tend"!',   wl
will be forfeited if the person ten li .
ing   decline   to   enter   into   a   eon'...
v hen called upon t.i do so, nr if he f    I
I"  complete the  work contracted  U'\\
If the tender be not    accepted    the
oheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908.
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed   to
lhe undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
,!  :   tor alterations to the Post Office
Building, Victoria.  1!. C" will be re-
. id at tliis ei'iire until Wednesd iy,
i .pr.l 22. 1908, Inclusively, for the con-
structlon of the ait.'rations to the Post
iffice Building at Victoria, 13. C.
Plans and specification can be Bean
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to W l-
:;u Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, It. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unleaa
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed witli their actual signatures.
Each tender must, be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter.d
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the. amount uf the tender, which
will le forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
v. in ii called upon to do so, or fail to
complete lhe work contracted for. If
the tendi r I e nnl ace .'.��� 1 tli" cheq i
will be returne l.
The Departmi nl does u it bind i's df
to accept the lowesl or any tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of  Public Works,
Ottawa, March 19, TOO*..
Newspaper! wilt not be paid for this
advertisemeni if they Insert it, without
authority from tin. Department
ADVERTISE  IN  THE DAILY  NEWS   ,M Third St
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEW3
I
I A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth    contribute   greatly   to
one's   health   and   happiness.     They   add   much
to the  appearance and more  to the  digestion.
Neglect   is  the  only   cause   for   Hie   loss  of
teeth.     Come   to   us   NOW.    before    it    is    too
'bite.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER   CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework  (pap tooth)    $500
Gold   Crowns     $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings    $1.00
Extracting     50
The Road to Success
%
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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
'H_;_r;~3   a.   rn.  to   G  p.   m. Phone   2229
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In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her1 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.
SOCIETIES.
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bia street, .1
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breth   , . '!;
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A.   O.   F.     | " VNo.8,
this
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FRATERNAL   .        ,
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SONS OF SCOTLAND B^TeT
SOCIATION, LORD OF Thc��� I'
CAMP(lB1.lMeet?o���theHpi5l
Third Tuesday of e   "iellrs'��
O.   O. F.-Roy_l  City  Loog. J
���   Meets   In   Od Hil
'!:"    ' s':''"!' '   ��� ...-,
at 8 o'clock.    V   . ...
tde ... le in. i    J   |
N. G.; C. E. Osbc
Ing secretary,
Newspapers will not be paid for ti is
advertisement if they insert it without
outhority {rom the Department
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limiteo"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee fi St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and .'���"' i - **���:**_ on alll their trains and
trive '��������� i .. trons an excellence of
������ervi.      :      , btainable  elsewhere.
ROWE. Genera) Agent.
cor AHit po-*tl-",d. Or.
-OSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115.   SONS  OF  ENGLAND   B I
Red Rose Degree meets SeionU
Fourth Wedr,
n  K. of R  Hall, I*..
S p. m.. White I.-,:. J
Wednesday    tn    ,-. .     \
time and place ' ^
OTHER    FRATERNAL    S0CIETI
im lude the Union jLodg
P. an I A. M.; Kin |
N.i.  17,   V,  i*\  and  A. . I ; L. O.i
No. 1150; I., o. I.. M
Bapperton, No,  t(      I o. F.;
J''.,     Coui':   V.
ther      I of Ow's, .N
PROFESSIONAL.
W     NORMAN  BO I C,  BJ
<      rlster an II
ers,   Canadian I
huildlng, Ni >v v. i st
A   ���'��� HEALLER,    BAE j
**������   licltor,  etc., 1
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st< r.   Phone 143.
WHITESIDE  &   EDa\I0-.l - Bar]
"    ters and t die
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W. .1. Whiti Bide, li. I.. I.! ..   .
MARTIN, WEART ,a_ McQUARl
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Ofii
i .New Westminster, Trapp Blk. cor
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vani
ver, rooms 21, 24, 446 Granvillertrj
Joseph -Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart,]
(;. McQuarrie, ll. A. liourae.
.Martin wil be in the Westmin^
otlic's every Friday afternoon.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister i
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Cold
na and McKenzie streets. aNew We
minster, fi. C.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barr^f"*. Solici|
and Notary Public, I? .ractlce sil
lSyi at New Westmi-'-'e'* !"'
fices removed to C"rti_ Hlnck,Cla
son   street, opposite   Court Houj
P.O. Box 109.   Telephone 64.
WP. HANSFORD. BsrriBl|
Solicitor, etc., Crescent Wo
corner Columbia and McKen|
streets, New Westminster R. r
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BOARD   OF TRADE.    Ni ��   M -'��'
sti r Board of Trade   meets in
Do.ird R( , City Hall, aa fi
Second Wednesday of each n*on|
Quarterly    meetings on the
Wednesday    of    Pebi
August and November, at S p.
Annual   meetings   on   ' ������  secol
Wednesday    of     Febru
members    may    be   proposed  tj
elected tit any monthly or <i"tirte
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec-
FIRE ALARM BOXES,
5���Asylum.
0���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'r'-u|h-
8���Royal avenue and iSltflitn
9���F-fth avenue ami Tw^WW'
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Parh Row.
14���Columbia and   Dnfferlo
IB���Sappe-ton
23���Queen's avenuo anil  hii*
24-_-.rd avenue and Second.
2.5���Fifth  av-uo and  fourth,
an.l tfigbtb.
Tenth.
26���Fifth avenue
27���Third avenue am;
_2-Agnes and Sixth.
3k-Schaske Machine Wor
35���Columbia and McKenzie
'3C���C.P.R  Station. APRIL 28.   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE  SEVEN      1
.���There is no time like the prese: I
d Building
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It is, however, verv question,,
"ROCRASTINATE until  pri    3 ,J0 up __,.���.
extent.
���  it will remain     "   '^      espec'all>' doe-, this apply to building operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS   GONE   DOWN   to   a  very   astonishing
;es g0 u | ��nger.    Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year.    Make inquiries and convince your
Ofcour-e you will have to procu re a lot and this is where WE Can rc or _._,_.
bt tn(   most desirable property  in the City of New W ASSISTANCE TO YOU.    We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE   of what  is beyond the  least shadow
,.,v,p DUrchasers BUT   IN THE  VERY HFARt nr    "tmmstCr*    WE   ��0 NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy names in order to attract
pr"F .     ,.H on FIRST STRFPT  i   , ^  RES|DENT'AL SECTION  OF THE CITY.
U i:>, tuated on FIRST STREET, between   SECOND anrl Tuion   ��,���������,
Frase, River and the Pitt Mountains.    You can also see all th AVLNL" 8.    FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK,  it commands a magnificient view of
th<i      Nc- ly every lot faces on a 66-foot street   and  I ^ LACROSSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the bouse.  .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
*!"* |0' ii too small for your purposes ycu can take two^r th *"'    ^   the,ea''    BeloW 's a plan of the Pr��Perty which y��u mi3ht cJt out and take with   you when you go to pick out your lot.
'ices of which are absurdedly low.    Ren ember'    w.   laa^l^ ^^ JUSt 3S 'arge a frontatJe as y��u want*    lf V��u cannot aford t0 buy lots far-in9 on the Park look a* the b^k lots.
thepn Wt ARE THE 0NLY  FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL  THIS PROPERTY.
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
' lx lots and a nous- facing Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third  Sts.   House is seven roomed with modern improvements.'
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.    Price $1200.
QU ARRIE   &    CO.  ft���* Street
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Wail Service
Dispatched   by  !!. C. Electric railway
Co., 7*4."> a. ra.:
Vancouver, No.   1.  dallyeicept Sun-
THt|VWUT-ei|     ������*���***      -.
������Patched bv v   .>   n   . .'-a _s   <laya.   Return mall received 10 a.m.
��� "i    m! _      R' tram ^ 8;35   Dispatched by O.N.H. train. 845 a.n
Rlose S a. m.
Dispatched by O.N.R. 'rain. 8 45 a.m.:
Buma. J r "..! m'                          I    Hoverdale,    Nicomekl.   Port  KelH,
,ddl;j, '"d Seattle, v*a Huntingdon    ,I(lzeIrnPrP|    HBll*l    Prairie,    Ronac
Ml���. cord. Dlalne and  Rattle  (all  point-
ihr al Nn-   l'   ,,al,y   "^l*1 9on-   'n  Washington  and   south,   also  ail
*W_. Pmon  No'  ���*���  0ll��y except, polnte In eastern states),    oaliy �����
My Mails Received at 6: US D.m.   cept Sunday.   Return mall* receive,.
Bt   8.85   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
and  Saturdays.
Clayton, Tnesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondaya
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2; Victoria, No. 1;
Central Park, dally except Sunday.
Return mail received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:18 o. m.:
East Bifrnaby, dally except Sunday.
Returu malls received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 oo noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuts-
days and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.   (.
Dispatched by C. P. R. noat 1:80 p.m.
dally  (closes dally at tht.  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,   Weatham    Island,    Port
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Qulchon, Steveston, Sunbury, dallv
except Sunday. Return malls received trom 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wedneadaya and
Saturday*.
Burnaby lake. Return mall a.
3 p.m.
Dispatched hy O.N. Fyier. �� n. a.:
To southern points, dally axcep'
Sunday.   Return mall ll p. m.
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SECRETARY TAFT
TO GO TO PANAMA
Aspirant For Presidential
Chair Is to Spend Three
Weeks at Canal Z< ne.
Washington,  Ai rll  25,���As a result
..;  d< liberations a1  the caibln. I
todaj   it   was   determlm
tarj   Tal I  should go to Pana     i      He
will   sail  April  30  .1 om Chai
1' , on thi   cruiser Prairie.    A detach-
ni. nl        marines  wlll  als i be .
the   Praii le.    A   number   of question a
between     the     Unltfd      .State.,     and
Panama    md   betwi en   Panama    and
Colombia   will  be   negotiated    during
the  secretarj  -   sta^   on   thc   Isthmus,
tt Is said I    ! . ���   ;., r     th<
''.> ��sion_   thi      i'11ii ��� ��� i    SI ites    oh-
tained  from Panama provided  for in
a   proti i   ihould   be   em>b id e I  In  a
permaneni   treaty,  The secretary will
be gone three week
���ynopsis     of    Canad..in     North West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section ot Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head ot a
family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
.Application Tor entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ot
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land 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 leas
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership ln land will not meet this
requirement.
Ci) If the father (or mother, If the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
aas�� permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the lather (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined aa
meaning not more than nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own?
ed by himself must notify the agen��
(or the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice ln 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 o' the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
R��. lot 11 and Jhe north half of lot 10,
block A, Government Office Gardens.
New Westminster City.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the ttbove property will be Issued to
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day
of May, 1908, unless in the meantime
a valltf objection thereto be made to
my in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest tht rein,
or In any part thereof.
C. S. KEliu,
District Registrar of Tltle3.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, U.C., April 8, 1908.
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the*fol-
lowlng title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1887, New Westminster City to J. Wilson, conveyance
ln fee.
(b) 6th August, 1888, J. Wilson to
T. R. Mclnnes, conveyance ln fee.
(c) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes to Florence Blanchard Bole,
conveyance In fee.
W. NORMAN BOLK,
Solicitor tor hspUeaat.
Bank of Commerce Building.
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A Hardman.    A.James,   J. McClughan
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
Applications Wanted
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p, m. of Thurs-j
daj", the 30th Inst,, for thp position of
Poundkeeper, Salary $65 per month,
Duties 'n commence on May 1", 1908-
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, April 25, 1908.
R   MILES & CO.
Plumbers,-Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
R ��� pairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A .177
Front St. New Westminster
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster, B.C.
The Oriental Contract Co. |
of Vancouver. I
Japanese Labor Contractors j
j    New Westminster branch P.,0. j
Box D45. j
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
OHE DAILY  NEWS
ASSOCIATION IS GOING
RIGHT AFTER BUSINESS
Finances of Publicity Asso-'f
ciation  to Be   Increased
AT
By Subscriptions.
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chicks
HEALTH
Sturtevant's (lure,
Ego Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
1 in your own home.   Also manicuring.
For engagement ring no A 339.
CHEAP!
! KWW.":? r&zt&fTVK***
Daily ihe wise men call upon us and say: "What have
you got cheap?" Now here is something we can recommend for a good subdividing proposition and a barrel of
money can be made out of it: '
1 6 O  Acres
Only 3 miles from New Westminster at the absurdly low
figure of S50 per acre. Note the terms: One-
third casfy balance in 1 and 2 years, at 6 per cent.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
The following communication  from'
Secretary VV. !���'. Hansford, of the New
Westminster     Publicity     association,
shows clearly the steps that are being-
taken*   to    commence   a   systematic
boosting campaign In lhe interests of:
the city.   The attached footnote heads
L'ae subscription lists:
Chairman of Finance Committee, Xew
Westminster Publicity association,:
New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir.   Al  a   meeting    of    the
executive board pf the New Westminster Publicity    association    held    on
Friday, the 24th Inst., I was Instructed
to advise the  linuuv committee    to:
apply  for subscriptions  for  the purposes of  the  association  on   the  foi-J
lowing plan:    The subscribers pledgd
themselves to pay the association   a
specified sura of nol less than $1.00 a
month  for a  period of six months in'
order to carry    oui    Iho    advertising
plan  of  the association.     This     plan'
provides in  the first place,  that    the
association  make the  necessary    ef-1
forts to have appointed a correspond- (
ent of the Associated  Press  for the
cily and district of New Westminster;
secondly, tiie    publication    of    three
folders,  each  dealing with    the    advantages  of  the   city of   Xew   Westminster and  district   from  the    point
of  view of agriculture, industrial opportunities,   etc.;   thirdly,   the   neces-1
s;iry steps    for publishing    the    ad-1
vintages of the city ami  district    ini
100  periodical;  circulated    in  eastern |
Canada am! thp United States, as well
as in the old country.
This plan is ititended to be only a;
beginning, and we propose to adopt
further means of advertising the1
city and district, when it is proved
that satisfactory results have been!
obtained from carrying out tlie above-
scheme.
I enclose  herewith  forms   for sub-1
scrlptlons  to   lhe   association.     1   am;
further  directed  to  request     you    as;
convenor of the finance committee .to
call the committee together and make,
arrangements for an early canvass ofl
'he  residents  and   merchants of    the,
city,    Vou will  see    the nccnssi(\-    of i
hav;ng this  work  done  Bpeedily,    on j
account   of   the   limited     amount    of
money    now    in    the   bands . of the
treasurer.   This money will doubtless i
1
This is the time to
buy a
LAWN ��� ���
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BAL��L  BEARING
Easy to run.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
USUB,
Women's,
Girls and
Boys Hosiery
It has been careful/attention
to qualit "ythat has enabled us
to build up our lafge trade in
the Hosiery Department. No
unreliable line of stockings
finds a place on our shi Ives as
we cannot afford to sell yon
anything but tli" best. Years
Of experl . ��� ha taught us just
what lines to buy. You benefit
by our i xperience when you
buy here.
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��� ilaw you examined our stpok of CUT GLASS?   We have now on
��� exhibition a line of the best quality Cut GlaSB 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.
1 W. C. CHAMBERLIN T- *����'"
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('nder instructions from Mrs. !_. R.
Webber, I will sell hy public auction
on the premises at the corner of
Agnes aud Sixth streets, on
Tuesday Evening, April 28th
at 7 o'clock, the whole of her large
supply of household furniture and "effects, consisting of in pan as follows:
Dining room���One large oak dining table, sideboard, dining chairs,
arm chair, rockers, centre table, pictures (scenic), lace curtains and a
heater.
One velvet covered walnut parlor
'. set.
Kight bedroom,' sets, consisting of
a walnut bedstead, spring and mattress, centre tables, washstands, dres-
.sers, bl'inkets, quilts pillows, carpets,
lace curtains,  toilet  sets,    and    coal
heaters.
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One. iron bedstead, kitchen tables,
j cooking utensilB, etc. All are in ex-
1 cejient condition.
I     Terms���For sums of $25 and under
cash;     over   that   amount   negotiable
j lien notes at three months and 8 per
cenfc interest,
W. J. KERR, Auctioneer.
be expended in obtainiug books, stationery and postage for the present
requirements of the association. Another meeting or tho executive board
will be held about the middle of next
week when the board will bo pleased
to have you present, anil make a report of thc work done by the financt.
committee,
i'ours very truly.
W. F. HANSFORD,
Sec, X   W. Publicity Association.
To the New Westminster Publicity
Association:
We, the undersigned, hereby agree.
to pay the amount sat opposite our
respective n.inn's evi ry inonth for a
period of six months from the date
hen .f. for the purpose of advancing
the interests of the. city of Xew
Westminster and district according to
the plans   of   tiie New Westmlnrter
Publkil v association.
 	
i     Condensed.
Advertisements
WANTED���Two    respectable    young I
ladies  to  accompany  gentlemen   to
Magic  Lamp Tuesday evening.    P.
|     O.  Box 692.
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[BUSINESS CHANCES���1 have $1000
to invest in an established'
business which will give me position of bookkeeper or salesman at
reasonable, salary. Address Box 88,
Xew Westminster.
WANTED���To buy new and second
hand furniture. Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired. Speck & Cran-
dell, Front street, near tram office I
Some Special Values
In These New Lines.
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Girls'   Embroidered  Cashmere Hose���All slzei   In a variety ol
terns;   extra   quality;   per  pair 50c, 60c and 65c
Children's Colored Cashmere Hose ���In sizes  I to 7 lm i.    ; color-,
cardinal,  brown, pink; sky,  black and    earn; per pair  25c to 40c
Misses' Open Work Cotton Hcse   in all sizes, black, tan and white;
1" r P*lr    , 25c  and  35c
Children's   Embroidered   Soc'.s ���Bl         ..ni. ;  sizes   Uo 6^
per pair  35,.
Children's Plain Socks���In Short   and   three-quarter   lengl
1 u ry size from   I  to 7 inches; cotton   or  cashmere and  shown    in
tan, cream, black and cardinal; per pair  15c to 30c
Boys*  Ribbed Cotton Hose���In fine and heavy ribs;    c. i
lines of .extra quality are known as  "Hercules"  and "Prlnci
all sizes; per pair   25c to 35c
Ladies' Embroidered and  Lace Cotton and  Lisle Hose   in
of styles; all colors, such as pin';, sky, brown, cardinal, grej
pagne, heliotrope, yellow, Nile ind bl       i id white;  the rang    ol
qualities is exceptional; per pair 35c to $1.25
Ladies' Silk Hose���In plain . lack,     tream    and    white;  pi    ��� Ir
$"1.25  to    * $1.75
Boys' and Girls Sweaters
and Jerseys
Plain colors, white and Banc; ,   . in nice fine qualities;     ���
coars<  ribbed; till siz.s and ma .        les to select from.   V fl
them in the ready-to-wear depa-.-ment |
Ladies' Moirette Underskirts
$1.00 Each.
In black, cardinal, navy and Mown;  made of good qualil
moirette;   well made;  full size; special  price, each   $1.00 j
W.S.Collister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
TO LET���Newly furnished front bedroom with balcony; close to Sixth
street, .129 Agnes street.
_&,. LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
FIATS rctriniiiiril at 1ST Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
Alt.M HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
skilled and com'mon labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, 13. C. Phone
3329.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
ln    English  subjects, classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
Electric Railway ServiceI *Q-*?     $1,000
���r ��� ���^^*  o (Sec. 2���2.)
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for botb Sapperton and city limits over the
citj 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, J |
half past and fifty mbutes after
the hour, commencing'at 6:30 l!
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