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 ,     ,.,|K :  NUMBER C4
fiite, Shiles & Co.
Ml INSURANCE
_^*rgMINSTER,B.C
e,^Shiles & Co
MAR i? .REAL'iEaTATE
260 Colombia St.    I      Phon. 85
Of PYTHIAS
PARADE 10 aiURCH:
���
INVITATION   TO  FLEET.
Incouver Members of Uniform Rank Come Over to
Take Part in Serf ice.
|ae hundred and ten members   uf
,r pythlas paraded yes-
.Knil!llls '"
Victoria, March 16. ��� The
British Col u in liu governmenl
has requested Lieut-Governor
Dunsmuir to si nd an invitation
through the proper channel to
the United States nav:il department at Washington, ami to
Rear Admiral Evans, inviting
the Atlantic squadron under his
command to visit Victoria and
Vancouver.
Ida.
evening
[,.0m Castle  hall    to
lurch,    where    a
|t presl.yt.-'ii'i ���   ^^^^^^
H sermon was preached to   the
ef    the    order  Hy   Rev
m Taylor,  M.A,,  Ph.D��� chai
,���. Granite lodge, who tool; for his
:.   ol    the   tenth   and
Irenih vcwes of I  Samuel, chapter
'la .;��� ro    e ol his eermon Dr.
i   , nil  thai    throughout
Tk-j ��� , Wor. of men banded to-
j^pi ,ti the eauss of friend-
cbarity ind benevolence had
jjwrumenl il In greatly Bhap.ng
KOiirse of events, mentioning that
I stability of all governments delved to n _real exti nt upon the c.on-
Iijjcp of these great principles,
Icb wore so closely affil'ated with
(order of the Knights of Pythias.
traitor's remarks wen? closely fol-
ni\t\ the attending Knights, who
dpled seats reserved for them in
Icratr. of tie church.
��� ��� ��� ���
I fOOIB.ll MATCH SATURDAY
ROUGHEST te OF SEASON!
BOWSER DECIDES TO WAIT.
HIA.JS HAND IN
IRISH JEWELS CASE
Referee Campbell Rendered Valuable Assistance to the
Vancouver Thistles by Failing to Observe Fouls.
Hoots and Jeers His Reward.    Rovers
Lost by Score of 1 -0.
Victoria, March 14.���Because
of adverse decisions of the
courts. Attorney-General  Bow-    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_______
ser announced yeetvrday after   ��� His Majesty Obliged to In-
noon that, no further attempt
would be made to enforce the
Natal Immigration aci until the
result of the appeal now being
taken to the privy council has
been learned.
tervene to Break Boycott
On Levees by Aristocracy.
. SEEK ANCIENT MINE
NEAR KOKSILAH RIVER
Father and Son Will Go in
Search of Relic of Former
Spanish Occupation.
Victoria, March 13.���In quesl of an
ancient Spanish silver mine n iho
neighborhood of the Koksllah river,
William Irvine, an old prospector, ami
his son, Charles, will stirt or. fr in
tliis city late In April or early in the
Westminster met defeal
day m tin hands of the
Th-Stles, losing by a
-���' In a match, whic
opinion ol many who have followed
soccer this season, decides trie winners of the B, C, cub,   it Is generally
' ;i lm ti il  thai  the  tetter team  won,
hut the manner of Its winning   waa
' ch as in draw forth a most unmij-
takable chorus of disapproval from
sonu bait a thousand spectators who
from the sidelines (and over them)
followed every 11 iy with the keenest
luterest.
Thi-  referee, Campbell, ot Vanoou-
| ver, s<i far as the Rami; went, was in
thi   forcible vernacular of the rooters,
on   Satur-   io cause them to play rough ball, and
Vancouver   spare   were   times   when  the   players
score     of
In     the
DUNSMUIR MAY SELL
VAST B.C. INTERESTS
almost came to blows with the meu
vim fouled them, in ibe absence of
j!..'.ti'c being meted out by the proper ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
official,   in the second halt l.umsden, 	
while twenty  feet   from  tb ��� ball  was
rh.i"..,i by uie back, ami throw* to Sir Edwin Vincent, Wealthy
liie .- ound, when amid hoots from
the crowd, the referee deltbi rately
gave a foul against the Westm'nstet
man. ___.
	
Daring this half it secured as if the
crowd  was going lo take  a  band  in;     Victoria, March 16.- Following   the
the  game,  in  their eagernoss  forgot-, announcement of his early departure
ting   that   there   was   a   sideline   and   for _ prolonged cruise In the    Modi
pushing twenty to thirty feet on Ihe
ground, unlil the referee stopped (lie
Englishman,   Considering
Offer of Buying Mine^.
terranean, comes a well authenticated
report  that   Lieut-Governor Duttsmuli
game while he called on them to re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tire, al the request of the linesman, I l!1:lv sp|1 nis entire Vancouver laland
"rotten and punk,"    and    none    who'nis orders being obeyed  without de-1 holdings, including Valuable coal mine
watched the game could do other than   mur'   A ,arSe crowd thronged around i r> nd coal lands to an English syndicate.
, dt-,<il1" 'hat he was for Vancouver at      A f,>w remarks are in order regard-1 ,,- ,,., ,,,..., goe. throug_ Mr. Dunsmuir
Ye  Brave,"    was   t.assing  richness   lies  forgotten   with i all  costs   and   that  wherever  a   foul   c!oBe of the play, eager to learn the
approaching month of May.    For Mr.
arlnj, tl"1 course of the evening, a   Irvine believes that  a mine of    sur-
"Arm. Arm
lien, by VV II. Mumford. while
i choir contributed an anthem beet), commencement of   the   ser-
ut Orand Chancellor Irvine, of the
Rank, was marshal of the
tie, In which some fifty-six mem-
��� of fhe 1'nlform Rank of Vancou-
^took part. The holding of a'
parade was in commemmora-;
Iiof th. forty-fourth anniversary of j
foundation of the order by Justus'
Uthbone, who, with a few chosen
t| organized   the   Knights   of
Im In 1864. i
Its  entrance  blocked  by tree
and decaying vegation and the  very
t. all   which   the  hldalgoes   or    their
menials wore in passing from    their
quarters to the shaft, obliterated.
Mr. Trvine while engaged in survey
vork upon the island some years ago
stumbled upon the entrance to   the
mine.   He brought away with h'm   a
piece  of almost virgin    silver,    and
carefully marked the place.     Though
on two separate oocaslons, once   in
1S97 and once since   then   he   has
sought   to   find   the   entrance,   his
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ riemory refused to play   the   "open
anniversary    committee,   to  .esame." and on each occasion he his
n connection with j returned empty handed.   He ts more
I
all details;
fray's celebration had been   re- j ,,opefu, of nccfM upon h|g r,roJect^
was composed of M. W. Mln-1r|p
Mr. Irvine has done a good deal of
ft, Mr. Stlnes and W. Leamy, ofi
lode*'.
4wr   and
Bite lodge,
  ami lain lv will take up their perman
trunks I l '!l> <�� the part of a Vancouver iron   rPlnions of tne ��>layers and what ac"; ent reside.,ce in Fngland
1 ' could be possibly "unseen" he played  ** ^ lntended t0 take' and to *lv��   ent re8ldenC�� ln Ln*,aad'
the Nelson blind eye dodge.   The cli- it,,e referee  the,r  private  op,nlon of
mux of his zeal came when   he   de-  nls actions.
eland a goal scored after the Rovers' j A fw remarks are in order regard-
goalkeeper, Barbaree, had been laid ing'the report of the game ln the Van-
out and was   helpless.    The   people  ��Oliver morning paper, whose   writer
could stand it no longer and expressed hat gone out of his way to cast a slur
their opinion of the  referee in Ian-' ujkhi the citizens of Westminster, and
guage  found  only ln the slang die-  has woven a tissue of mlsrepresenta-
tionary. I tlon of the game that none who know
It is not yet decided whether   the  H��e facts could tolerate.    He states
game will be protested or not,   but tnttt 8m-J1 hoys on tne roof of tne
should the executive decide to do so, dressing room threw chips and stones
they will have strong grounds for their'at thc P^ers, leaving It to be assum-
actions   on   two   points, api-eal from  ff tnat tn,B was a 8Pec'-1 favor *���*
the decision of the referee as to the  ���ervpd for tne Thistles whereas the
goal given to the Thistles, and that  tPV -~l��d ba,,B thw were thrown were
Camiibell had no right to referee the  a,med indiscrimately at all who came
game.   The referee appointed for the  "ithln  ���*&>  and certainly had  no
Although negotiations are only ln a
preliminary stage, Mr. Dunsmuir has
expressed his willingness to sell out
all his business interest. The matter
was fully discussed with Sir Edwin
Vincent, the eminent English financier, during the latter's visit to Victoria. Sir F.dwln waa assistant to
Lord Cromer in Egypt for many years,
and at an earlier period helped the
Sultan to straighten out the tangled
finances of the Ottoman empire. Mr.
Dunsmuir and Sir Edwin had several
conferences on the subject of the proposed deal. Although no bond was
given, Sir Edwin learned the bails on
which the lieutenant-governor was
willing to deal. When he left tor England he carried with him a detailed re-
London    March  16.���King    Edward
! has  been obliged to Intervene again
in the Irish crown jewels scandal. Although the king succeeded in prevent-
I ing the opposition from asking ques-
i lions In parliament about the allega-
' lions of misconduct among the Dublin
| rustle officials, nevertheless the .can-
dal continues in Dublin, resulting in
: the wholesale boycotting of   nil   the
] viceregal entertainments by the Irish
aristocracy, in order to break the boycott    the    King    has ordered lhat no
Irish debutantes shall be presented at
Buckingham  palace unless  they  first
attend the Dublin vice    royal    court.
By    this   method the King hopes   to
' prevent a repetition of the conditions
a' ihe last Dublic levees and drawing
' rooms,  when   practically  no one    at-
: tended-
j .The King's Intervention also pre-
! vented a fiasco during the Installation
of Lord Castleton as a knight of St.
I Patrick. Usually all the other knights
attend these ceremonies. In Lord
Castleton's case, In order to obtain a
i quorum of six, which Is necessary, the
King personally wrote to the Marquis
of Edgemont and five other Irish
knights and commanded them to attend. The boycott of the vice regal
court Is accentuated by the puritanical
measures of the viceroy, Lord Aberdeen, who attends the race meeting
under protest, forbids card playing
and recently ordered that young
couples should not sit out In dark corners during state balls.
Despite the official denial the people of Dublin universally credit the
story cabled last week that the crown
Jewels were secretly returned, the responsible officials keeping the fact a
secret until the scandal Ib forgotten.
��� d Q   W   Fttlneer   L '.,'"" ���~"*7_T.V " "7V"',!.' I Ban,e was Hazlett, of Westham Island,  ���nnection with the game whatever, j f M��� DuMnmIr.g yMt mterei)t���.
andjJ. W. Bttoger, L., ���ro8peetlng m  A]a8ka,  and has  fl,e | ^ ^ ^ ^       ^ __   ^ These same small boys were also re-1 ^ ,g not, thftf the tf_ng
___VI_.-_.I-       -��       .at-       , a .      . -        -        ��-��--��Kt-      #__.        ���>.-      J��-.--l-~      -.#      *S.I-....
T.    Hem';rough,   of j mining fever.   He ls confident   that
', the mine, the   entrance    of    which
doped" Inward into the base of a hill.
| I.-, a souvenir of the Spanish occupation, and that It Is rich-
officials of the local club, Campbell  ^M���e<��\th�� *r��PPf,n? ��! ^ j will be advanced a further stage when
through the broken roof of the shack '
SU GIVES HINDUS
HI FROSTY RECEPTION
��t Wrangell   Declines   to   Allow
IEa"*  Indians   to    Land���Same
Treatment Elsewhere.
WAFFLE8 AND CHICKEN
BAD COMBINATION
Mr. Dunsmuir reaches   London.   His
honor has keenly felt the attacks made I
on him by organized labor, and has of
appear-,l on the scene, with the    In-      ^^^^^^^^^^tMMMMMMttttttt9rt999999mm
formation that he and Hazlett had de- of wh,ch tne Vancouver writer has rn-
elded to trade games for the day, the '!eav0����� ,0 make caPlta>'  a-d Is a       _ ^ ���lfi__.^ ,������_��� __,., unB W1
otjginal appointee of the   association n,ark of thelr e8teem tnnt bas been | late frequentlv expressed a desire to
referee ng a Junior game in Vancou- f^"ded to all alike, locals or visit- __ ^ Englan(1   where s���vprn,    of
ver.   There is nothing In   the   rules ors' from thc tlme tne 8nack has been   his married daughters reside,
that permits of a change of referees ln "*>'    The pubIlc ,s a,8�� tM tbat I     If a deal Is made lt   is   estimated
without a written notification to   the the referee was escortcd "through fl j ^ fh        rt,haBC  prlce  wI��� ^xrP,J(,
HONE OF THE FRIENDLESS
TO BE BUILT AT SPOKANE
All Work Will Be Done by Organized
Labor���Will Cost $40,000���Work
Commences in Spring.
j    li."l       Lll^;        |"f I t   W.l ~M"        I'll
Upper Sandusky. Ohio, March L,.- I clubs within a certain    period.    The  Bea of ab,18e and fly,nR mis9lloR ��� and | fifteen million dollars.
Plve  hundred  people \,ere made    ill ] cub officials and the players naturally   tf,at be was furthpr ab"s0', and m0re
from ptomaine    poisoning   here    last I consider that they would be perfect-   misste8 were tbrown  when he aRaIn
(m, March l5.-Mayor Forrest
ir'wh"1 ��������������� '-? from a deputv
Pal Wrangell that twenty flin-
rf' aboard the Cottage City,
ten    The    Wrangell   people
t "-iniob wh .h declined to   per-
l^ Hindus io
*M there,
 Bn-ui'!
f that ,i,
hto
night at a social given by the ladies
of the English Lutheran church, after
eating potted chicken and waffles.
.Many of the people were not taken ill
ii ti t i 1 after they had gone home, and
by midnight All the doctors in the city
, ,.���   ,   . ,    , .    , emerged,   most of  which   existed   In   CONFISCATED STUFF
ly  justified   in  protesting against    a h    ' , .    .. -.__#..��___..��__.��.._.....,.
referee being foisted upon them with- lho overheated  imagination    of    the | DECLARED NO LIQUOR
cut warning of any kind. Whether the *n'ter'   He ends ,,p wlth the f"''ow,n* j    _ M  ~~~~r    vu ,    llfl_
game is protested or not, the refcresen- ,Tni!,rks re,atlve t0 the s,e"3   that |    Tacoma March     r,-.h.a.     am
. ���������     1 .. .   ....   .. .- . . should be taken, although he does not   Foam    and Dr. l/orilzen s malt tonic
'ntives of the club at the next meet-
land   when    they
rg of the assoeintlon will have some oy:ir03s lf tnat way. to kopr> the spec- is not a spirituous liquor was lhe de-
were busy. Today some of the stores I remarks to make anent the game thai ,",ors of Westminster from criticizing cislon of the Jury In Judge Snail's
had to close Because all of the clerks will he nn eye-opener fou the officials ,f"' artions of referee. He evidently court, early yesterday morning aflvr
were sick.    It Is believed that no one, Here.    Whether a protest be entered r:>tos   tbe   soccer  enthus'nsts  of this having spent, the entire night reaching
will die.
has   already   sent 	
0 men are not to be al-1
go ashore there, Mysterious   Outlet  Discovered.
'clt) "��� (alio,i    a  special      Klamath Kails, Oiv..    March   15.���
"    ���   afternoon to discuss  Stockmen from the lava beds country,
'" n     them  from cominaI ������< the vieinltv of Merrill, report that
IM In
IF, V"!
f r,fl' ;i   ���
Mi.
These
hi ,.,
citizens declare the  tlie mysterious subterranean outlet to
'" Juneau,
weeks several nin-
���   mpported by loenl
'  '     Will  be
toi
On  Un
to
nexl boat.
"nl.
and R
evr-n
I
i*li.
u<" Appointment.
it
���,,,   M;l   '    IS    .lames
""lOOllvc     hp_  I
NofVa, ,vV remu<
Thor-
'en gn/.efie I
Tub-  lake, while noi  lowering   thai
troublesome body of water to any per-.
reptlble degree, has kept It ai a fixed
I ci not will probably be decided al a
special  meeting of the club either to-
j day or tomorrow.
The game was the roughest that has
been played <>n the home ground this
season,    The  Thistles   were here    to
1 win ut .all costs and  they did not  al-
; low n chance to pass when 't could be
gained by a llitle [oui play, and the
r< feroe was safe to pass It.   Warbnr-
level through the winter season, and ^n especially made ��� name for him-
.,.,,. the same amount of subterranean ;",f " ,l,ls l'��CTr'1' �� f'n" ��me sei*
HOW during the dry season will resull    lllK **"������ ^Ug the seoond  half
In lowering the surface considerably. \TJJ X** hftndBJaad endeavoring to
The water ean be heard ��urgllng into | ^.h_^*,own;  *�� ���� th" Whola.tha
the earth at a  iw.int some distance
fmin shore, and the whirlpool mused
by  Hie downward  suction is    plainly
visible.
city as a class under the average both 8 verdict. Claiming lhat Oold Foam
in intelligence and knowledge of the and Table Mult were practloaKy the
.erne, and denies their ability to dis- I ��lme as beer. Prosecuting Attorney
rem between a man who gives a fair Rowland confiscated $12,000 ���worth of
ileal and one who Is blind to the these liquids and had T. W. Chillis,
fmilts of the team he favors. The ex-1 the distributing agent In Tacoma, ar-
ti.et In question reads: "The scene rested upon a charge of selling liquor
vis a disgraceful one and wr-nt a long   without a license.
way to give the Royal City soccer in- The ease war tried before Justice
thusiasts a black eye It was ihe;"f the Pence Arnston and Chllds wns
roughest game so far on the Main- found guilty and fined $10rn|Wrl costs,
land, and It Is certainly up to Ihe Van- Appealed to the superior court, the deleaver District League to make an en Piston of Judge Arnston was reversed,
ample of such spectators and In mini. The prosecuting attorney how plans
measure protect tho mm whom th->- . -0 <-Ppenl the    suit    lo the   supreme
U
Thh h My 68th Birthday"
hist les played the better game, their
combination and the manner In which
they played their respective positions
be'ng superior to that of the Rovers,
v. ho showed a lack of knowledge of
each other's game. Bruce at back
rinWtne played .hla usual game for   the
employ to officiate at their games.
They have been altogether too lenient
vith Westminster In the past In this
respect and It Is t'me they were lauglit
a le-son."
court.
 Admiral  Howell.
N>w YoriV m'"1' ''"'", Ac,:'m Howell, U. S. N, (retired), was born in
Rear A
'
New York to Wear the Green,
New   York.     March   16.���The    local
ish  societies   expect   tomorrow's   Ob-
To KIM Off English Sparrow.
Walla Walta, March 15.���The life of
lhe lOngllsh sparrow in Walla. Wnlli.
Is doomed. The Commercial club hns
recommended to the city council that
lhe pestl be exterminated, and a request will he made for lhe council to
appoint an official    bird    killer,    ibe
185
1 '''��� '840, amj graduated from 'be naval academy In
���Ml war came on lv w,hs a lieutenant on board the
'Pee, whirl, W;1S p ,,;,,., 0fthe North Atlantlo blockad-
t'"1||"|l was | " ': ';"'T transferred to the gulf blockading squad-
""at ����� ..a","1' ,llirl< of Uio light at Mobile bay.   when the war
'^aioop 0
���* 81	
_____���
"n Mitro,
""men,
end iu
���i chi
"'�� Posts
wn-s commi|islcned a lieutenant   commander   and
irse or the He Soto.    In  later years hi
served    in
bureau of
nce-memh m -    * ""' ^";'s,  'Slll'v,'v' ""' I""'";|" "'
p",a'lr,|ii -I,;,, |".'"', "r lfl" udvis'iry board, and   oommander   of   the
"ii.,i 8t.(e|    ^kaded the eoaul of Cuba during the war between it'-'
,:""h" bad h .","' Spa,n'   When he was placed <>n the retired lis! for
on |n, i,..^" ],'<i the rank of real admiral and established a repute-
'���'!! '"I efficiency.    Since   his   ret'reiuent   Bear  Admiral
_w mmte h'�� heme In Virginia.
S  locals, even  Barbaree making several
S ' (rrors,    The game   for   the   first ten
I' lelniites was all for Vancouver, then	
$   the Hovers broke away and made ��ev- ���',rv:in(,P of St. Patrick's Day to be the j mode of de,nth to be determined later,
|   eral   good   rushes,   but   were   shortly   '' 0Bt general rh.it  New  York city has -��� 	
|   after again   forced   to  the defensive, ever known.   The feature of the cole- j WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE
Oood   ball   was   played   through     the       l!on W>H he the closing of all busl- CANNOT PAY IT8 DEBTS
first   half   until   the  goal   was   given : ' ss  houses  owned  or controlled  by: -
agalnsl them, after which science was l��'��hmea    It Is expected thai nc.rly '    Winnipeg,    March  li..���The Winnl-
! rgely   relegated  to the  background ' "00 men M��d women will appear ti   neg grand  exchange is In a serious
ind Individual play was all thnt was "'�� swanal parade.   The first'brlgn le \ flpanelnl condition, owing to Inability
to be seen  for the rest of the game. "'  the Iriah volunteers will    act    ns   to raise money to pay its debt of $320,-
The forwards were discouraged at the i-'il'ird of honor and the Hiberlans and , 000 against the new half million dollar
decisions handed out and the evident dlw 'riah organizations will turn out i Luildlng.   The members blame recent
WI determination  of  the   referee  to see ln   ful1  fnrf,e    The  celebration    will | legislation for the trouble.   Beats that
:;;=! none of the fouls except those against v,nd W> 'n 'he evening with n hun-  v.cre worth $2700 a few weeks ago,
?;. j the Thistles, and the Impre.s'on that liled or more  banquets   ani    social i ore now only worth $1000.   A special
thi��* were p'aVng against tho referee '"net'ems arranged to take place   in   meeting of the exchange Is called for
1
Spokane, Wash., March 18.���Organ-
Ued labor will lay every brick, stone
nnd tile, drive every nail and wield tie
paint brushes, as well as do the rooting and other work on a Structure,
coming $10.0(10, to be erected in Spokane this spring for the home oi the
friendless. Business and professional
men and membeiB of the varlouB un-
Ioiib In Spokane nre to raise the fund
needed to erect the building and furn-
i Ish It from cellar to garret. Every
able-bodied man In Siiokane will be invited to contribute one day's work or
Its equivalent In cash, while the 150,-
000 club, of which Arthur W. Jones,
nn offlclnl of the Tjlgnrmnkers' union,
I., secretary, undertakes to subscribe
a dollar for every one rnlsed by  the
Unions and businessmen. j
Asa V. Rraderlck. chairman of tv
special committee of the 1.0,000 club,
has set aside Thursday, April 2, when'
100 representative members of fh��
organization, which has -1200 names on
Its rolls, will make a whirlwind campaign In Spokane for funds. Soliciting
committees wlll also be sent to
Chene, Medical Lake, Mead. Chatta
roy. Deer Park, Spangle, Rockford and
ether towns In Spokane county.
The proposal to donate a day's work
e.me from H. K. Hermnnson, seen t ity
of the Sfonemason'R International union ,Vo. 4, of Spokane, and was quickly tqken up by the 150,000 club and
other trades and labor unions.
*****************
  ' ,,,,;,_..  well ,as the visitors was enough  f,OTT section of Greater New York.    ; rext Friday.
 ,w*w.i..��:h:<:;::,��:*^^ ' ��� ' .
CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR
Ottawa, March 15.���Hon. Gordon Hunter, chief justice of the
supreme court of British Colum bin, has been gazetted administrator ot the province during the absence of Lieut-Governor Dunsmuir.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
M0NDAV' MARCH
Rich  Gold Strike
Made On the
Mackenzie
ORIENTAL JUGGLERS.
Feat.     Prrfnriin-il    by    < hlnoe    ma*
I'.onf   Inillan   Musicians.
"During a trip through t'ne far east
I was much impressed with tbe wonderful feats performed by some of tb .
Chinese and Indian jugglers :\'.\.\
sleight of hand artists," said a Cbl
*   cago man the other day.   "In Ameri
can   theaters   we   see   some   skillful
Dawson, March 15.���The   Canadian   work along  these lines,  but  the  per-
Northwest, mounted  police expedition,   former   is   usually   at   a   considerable
which left here eighty days ago    ror   Stance    from    the    spectators    and
Tort ItacPherson, at the mouth of the I ���f] "��Pj* ��*? :,,f,s tll:,t tho ori
.    .. ' entals do not use.
Mackenzie river on the Arctic coast, ���j bave ^ rMaete and Indian
TOO miles north of Dawson, returned j magiciaas come on board a ship and
today after fifiy-six days of continuous m the center of a circle of passengers
���nowshoelng and breaking of the trail, perform tricks that are little short ot
Five men and twenty dogs were in the   marvelous.    For Instance, one of the
expedition. Three of the dogs were
v.orked to death during the trip.
The most Important news brought
ir. by the expedition is that a rich
gold strike has been made sixty miles
east, of Herschel island.
The news was brought to Herschel
hy the crew of the whaler Duchess of
Bedford, which was wrecked there
last spring. Xo details of the strike
are given. It has long been understood here that gold existed near the
mouth of the Mackenzie, and old prospectors have been expecting n strike
i'i that locality, in the hopes of an-
ether Kfbndvke.
FORt_ST   RANGERS  MAKE
VERY   BEST WAR   SCOUTS
Chinese   would   ask   a   spectator   to
place a coin in thi* latter's band.   The
Chinaman would close the fingers one
after another over the piece of money
and then, by passing his hands over ;
the closed fist of his "subject," would
ln   some   mysterious   manner  extract i
the coin.    I have had this trick work-'
ed on tne a number of times, and  I '
am  no nearer to knowing how  it Is j
done than I was the first time.
"Then I have seen an Indian magi- !
dan come out on deck, place a small
seed on the planks, pour a tittle water '
over it, cover with a small cloth for a i
moment and then remove tbe cloth to I
��� disclose n living plant a  foot or more
high.   These fellows do not wear lonj. I
baggy sleeves !:i which fl piano might
almost   be   concealed,   but   have   bare
arms.   There  is  said  tn lie a clan  ot
Jugglers,  among  whom  the  secrets  ot
the craft are jealously preserved and
S Suit Cases from $2.00 to $25.00 ���
I      . the case.
I Club Bags, $1.50 to $6.50 the bag.
I Telescopes, 50c to $3.50.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this' lodge
ire hsld In Oddfellows' hall. Colum
bla street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
o, 11
���ynopsis     of    Canadian
Any even nun
I
I
Trunks of all kinds;
Prices from $4 to $20.
PHILLIPS,
-THE.
New York, March 15.���Declaring
tb t it, is only from the forest rangers
fn the service of the United States,
that scouts can be recruited for service ;��� the "great war that is coming," Clifford Pinchot, chief forester
of the department of agriculture,
startled his hearers at a dinner of the
Camp Fire club of America at the
Cafe des Beaux Arts last night, by
discussing the war as if a conflict
vere unavoidable
"In the gnat war which this country will fight, but which I hope with
ell my heart it will not have to fight
soon." Mr. Pinchot said, "the only
quarter to which the government
could look for scouts, whose service
1- war is so essential, is to the foresters. There, and there only, are men
teing trained in such a fashion that
they would be of service, ft is of importance that we preserve the forests
and the game, but it is more important
tha. we be in a condit'on to furnish
for service in that war. the material
out or which good scouts can be made.
The rorest rangers make up this material."
handed
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son."-
Detroit
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Press.
Likes _.-:...
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why he enjoys It
His Ideal.
so."
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"The
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I   WARDROBE CLOTHIER   I
i TME   MOUSE   OP   PLENTY        J
Condensed
Advertisements
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! 15 Acres on North Road I
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One acre cleared, use of house on next property free for six months.   *
K. O. U. VV.���FRASER LODGE No. ..
��� Meetings the first and third Tuos
day in each month. Visit Inp
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson   .tree.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge awe held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. In ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p/ m��� in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H- Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at H o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���Or..* OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.    Chief \V. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodg<;. No. 3
���MeetS In Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.O.
CB. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second nnd
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. al
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
'ED AT ONCE A.V AGEXT
represent the North American Accident Insurance Company in
Xew Westminster and immediate
vicinity. Excellent opportunity for
live man. Apply to Head Office for
Western Canada, .10 Mclntyre block,
Winnipeg, Man.
Fine creek runs through land, one mile from Sapperton tram.
��    Price $125 an acre;
$350 cash, balance easy terms
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P. PEEBLES _-_!.
POSITION  AS
*���     corresponds
dress Box "D,
S  BOOKKEEPER  and
ent;  experienced.   Ad-
Newa office.
The  Jehu of  Bombay.
In io city in the world is there �� i ment.
public vehicular system so Irresponsl- J days will I. e sold to defray expenses.
pOUND���ROWING   BOAT.     Owner
���*���     can have same by proving property and  paying  for this    advertise- ���
If not claimed  with'n    seven
t 270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon. 307
We and so dangerous to human life as
Sn Bombay. Eveu were the gharry-
walla a jehu of ordinary Intelligence
the principle of allowing Europeans tc
ibe chased by two or three gharrywal
(aa -sahiliiDg" for a fare would be aa
attrout to the civilized public of til*
city. But the Bombay gharrywalla k.
aotoriously the most stupid individual
to be found on tbe earth's surface,
-wlille as a c.achman he i.s the persoaU
������cation of cruelty to his horse and at
disregard of the public safety.-Bon.
._��ay Qazette.
Apply "Boat," care of Daily News.
W
\ BLACKSMITH FOR
work.     Apply   Gilley
AXTED-
quarry
Bros.' office, Front street.
ENGLISH SETTER FOR SALE. W.
Rich, City.
Hot  In   Hi.  I,ln*.
"Smart���I'm thinking of a trip abroad
Knox-Oh, come now! You can't afford that. You're not accustomed t#
that sort of thing. Sinart-IIa, hii! I
���simply said I was thinking of it. I chd
���afford to think, can't I? Knox���No
-"hat's what I meant when I said yov
were not accustomed to that sort or
diing.-Phi.adelphia Press.
WANTED��� PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English subjects, classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
Fresh Eggs, 25c doz.
Best Hams, - 16c lb.
TO-DAY
 AT	
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodge, .No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; Kiug Solomon Lodge,
No. IT, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1160; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, Xo. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
_\, Court Westminster, Xo. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Xest Xo. 29;
PROFESSIONAL.
WXORMAX BOLE, K. C, BAR-
��� rlster and Solicitor. Chambers. Canadian Bank of Commerce
building, Xew Westminster, B. C.
A.VHEALLER, BARRISTER, BO-
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, Xew Westniiu-
ster.    Phone 143. .
minion lands ,��� , ';-f
swan and Albe, '^H
not riser.'-I   ���n.. '8 5 and J
���' It...   _
any person who ^i
family, or any  , .  *J
age, .to th,- ,.,,,; in>eaarU
| tion of Ho :i,,. ^J*J
Application   to, ,      '
made In person . ';
a Dominion Land .,,,."   <at.
; agency for the dis, ,   ;,    " "���
land Is Sit,,;,;,.     | ,  n,  lch|
however, ben /^
certain conditio, ,,   c'
ier, son, daugh.- "J
ian intending ho - . ... '        '
!    Thehomestea ,re(1
form the homestead    . ,,. uadern
;of the following ��
'   ��� (1)    At leas�� -'��������� ���   -ths' reside,
npon and culttvai   . ���f the,  .
each year for thr,
(2)    A home
-desires, perform
dence duties  i
land owned   g.
than eighty   (80)
the vicinity  ol
ownership In I .
requiremi nt.
ci,   if the . i
father is dec, I
nas  pennaii- j
i land  owned   soli ;l;m  no,
than  eighty  (80)  a ..,'..,
the  vicinity 61 th
on a homestead ei    ed for by
in Ihe vicinity, su
perform  his own ������. 1
: living with tin   : ,   !i..t.w)|
(4)    The te: m    . ,;n ^ J
preceding  para...- |   nt.,j
| meaning not m    ,-, ,..,. ,,,,��� J
a direct line, exi ,\
: of  road  allow.m . - ;;
1 measurement.
('��)   A   bomesti i mding
��� perform  iiis  residence duties inf
cordance with the   i   ive while lit
| with parents or oi   :.. oinglaniLdj
ed  by himself mu      otifj :_. aj
for the disirict ol ���   h Intention. |
Six months' nol        i writing n|
ne given to the ' ��� mer of 1
i minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intent]
I to apply for paten:
W   vv. CORY,
1 Deputy of the Minister ol the Inteij
X.  B.���Unauthorized publicafidj
: this  advertisement will not be |
for.
Mail Service
"      if he
:'   farm
���  'a;ui, not 1
In   tteni
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Dispatched by C. P. P.. tram it I
a. m.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingd|
dally.
Millside No.   1.   daily except 81
day;   Sapperton  Xo. 1, daily eic)
ARTIX, WEART & McQUARRIE I Sunday.   Mails Received at S:2a Dl
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices.! Dispatched  by B. C. Electric ralM
WHITESIDE & EDMOa";DS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, .N'ew Westminste.-.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WANTED ��� ALL KINDS OF
furniture repairing. Pianos and
I organs tuned and polished. Hum-
j phreys, Carnarvon Street, near City
i Bakery.
WANTED���STORE   16   or   20x40, ,
Good   location.    Apply     R.     A. j>
Daily Xews.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
A Blight Disadvantage.
She was only ten years old, little
-Margaret, but there were two
younger children, and she had al-
f*e&<\y "JMrzen upon her shoulders
-Borne of the resjionsibilitie. of life,
but did not pretend to enjoy them
eali
"Where are Helen and Agatha?"
Mkecl u 'nEiitor, who found Margaret pitting on the doorstep alone
one afternoon, looking particularly
���ober.
"They've gone off to have what
mother calls 'mischief and they
tail 'fun,'" said the solitary one.
"And you didn't go with them,"
eaid the visitor, with a hint of sympathy in her voice.
"Oh, no," said Margaret, with a
eigh; "mother trusts me so dreadfully! I can't hnve much of any
fan."���Youth's Companion.
A Novel Hearth Rug.
Look up all the old socks and
���tockings that are past wearing and
cut off the foot, unravel the wool
���nd make into littlo balls, made by
passing thc wool eighteen times over
thc four fingers; tie and sew on ta
��� piece of strong canvas in alternate
tows. After few ing cut each ball in
tho center, when a very pretty effect
will be seen. It htm the look <*l one
eosling three times nu much, The
rug will appear one mass <���* curls.
Besides being very inexpensive, it ll
also thrifty, because each lime it i*
trashed it will look like ..<��������.
FOR    SALE!���BEST    FIR    CORD-
wood, $1.-00 a cord delivered.    T.
' If. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Prwnc
85.
��� ..House of Quality..
���	
English and American Billiard Ta-1 *
bleat Bowling Alleys, etc. New ��-J *
second - band tables and supplies Im : a.
itock. j ��
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R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A'.K.s. p. o. Box m85
Bowling  Alley,  P"n<ler  St..
VANCOUVER
Agent   for  Messrs. Samuel  Ub-xy  A
Co., '"oronto. I
Men's
Suits
t*m
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Grand Trunk Ry.ji    Correct in Every Particular
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
j Portland, Boston,
j And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES?.
j Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
'PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tiro* Tables, etc.. adclress
OEO. W. VA_X.
! Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, IU.
!__
j |        Our High Grade Tailored Garments are made to
! I fit and keep their shape.
I
|        If you have not seen them, it will pay you to
I call and inspect them.
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Brown
I CLOTHIER   and
1 HABERDASHER
.. *m#w*$#0#*'**>*v* *���;, ���-:.���:: * ***m**dtis\ * * i�� t f-ftttf |f ^ m^i*
New Westminster, Trapp Blk- corner
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street.
foseph .Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
O. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
.Martin wil be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GttOKUh. t_. MakTin. Barrimer ano
Solicitor, Oulchon block, Colum
-la and McKenzie itfeets. New Weet
oilnster. ft. C.
W. Mf Ef.8 GRAY, Barrlsr��r, Solicitor
and Notary Public, 1�� iractlce since
1S91 at New Westmi-""^'' Bfi. Offices removed to C"ttla Block,Clark
son street, opposite Court House, j ^nd"Fridays.
P.O. Box 163.   Telephone 64.
Co., 7:45 a. m.
Vancouver, No.  I, d.ilyexceptS^
days.   Return mail received 10 a.h
Dispatched by G.N.K. train. 845 a.*
Cloverdale, NIcomekL Port Ktj
Hazelmere, Hall's, Prairie, Bonj
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all m
In Washington ami BOUth, also [
points in eastern states), dally
cept Sunday. Return malls well
at 3.30 p.m. Botiacord \Vednei_]
and Saturdays.
Clayton. Tuesdays sad Thundffl
Tynehead, WednesflayB and Sa'f
days.   Return mail received
C
Electric r��H*l
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and Mcl_en_l<
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
BOARD   OF TRADE- New   Westln
sti.-r Board <>f Trade   meets In
Dispatched by B.
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2;  victoria, NH
Central   Park,   daily   except S��*l
Return mall reci   ���   I il 3 p.m.
Dispatched by can. r, I ;:; "���m' _
Fast Burtaby, dally wcepl:�����
Return mails recel ed J�� l:,np\i
Board Room, City Hull, as follows:   Dispatched by carrier H"'1'"�������
Second Wednesday of each mo.  h.\    Timberland, Straw terry Hill'
nas it, the a,-,   id | days and Fridays   i'' i:!' ""'
ceived Tuesdays and FrlWa    j
Dispatched by C. P. ft- ]Ml    sal
dally  (closes daily ^ ���
time during winter *<"����' p(
Ladner,    Westham    l^at
Steveston,  Sunbur.
Return trai" ra*.
11 a. �����
iday and m
.,   .   ., ......esdaj'B"
day
Quarterly meetings *n the sei id
Wednesday of February, ,v iy,
August *nd November, at S p. ,u.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, See.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Guichon,
except Sunday.
ed from 9 a. m. t
Woodward's, Wedne
Return mail on Wedne
dal
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining curs leaves
dally at 3:15; makes cIobc connec
tions for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
THE
ADVERTISE      ia
��� IN ���
DAILY     NEWS
Saturdays.
Vancouver,
No.
and B��rn,1
Lako; closes at 3:30 p.m.i '*JjL
cept Sunday. Return '��alls I
Ot 6 p.m. _,n
Burnaby   lake.    Return  �����
S p.m. .
Dispatched by O.N. F.vler.    ��� ^
To southern   pole".   d8 ^
Sunday.   Return mall �� P-    .���
Dispatched by C.P.R. t^,.,   1
m., mall closes at-' *   j(. (
Calgary and VanoouvBf.^ ^
P. R. east, socond mail)
received at 1 P- m
Sapperton, No. '., ���       w,
Coquitlam, dally except B
turn mall received at   p-
Millside-
NO. LoNO*V
MARC*
16, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
unlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that,  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the slym.
Sold by all dealers at s
Five Cents a Bar
SECOND ISSUE (IF THE
PREFEIKEO STOCK OF THE
Eritish Canadian Wood  Pulp &  Paper
Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, Now Open
For    Subscription.
FRONT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Sav-.
ings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Tht
W ACRES. Four acres cleared. Between
this city and Burnaby lake. Splendid
fruit lard. Adjoining land is held at
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY __
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAH.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      p. g. LYLE.   Mgr.
;hoice beef
sh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
ific Meat Market
.ENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.      Office    Te).   16. G.   E.   Gil.e.v���Tel.   291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
v Wholesale and ret.-.:.,   dlalers 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
The British Canadian Wood Pulp &
Paper Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, are now
offering for subscription their second |
issue of 100,000 Preference Shares in
| Mocks of 100 at $1.00 per share, ear.,
| 100 shares entitled  to a bonus of lfi
shares of preferred stock.    The sec- j
end  Issue ;s  loins so!,! at  the same
price as lhe first, wilh the exception |
that  the first  100.000 carried a bonus j
of 25 per cent.    This stock is entitled !
to  an  annual  dividend of 7 per cent
commencing  November 1,  1908,    hut j
unlimited as to further dividends, i.e., !
after 7 per cent has been paid upon |
the preferred and common both stocks j
thereafter   participate   equally.     Pay-1
ments for stock are as follows: 10 per |
cent on application, 16 per cent on al-
lotment, balance in 8 calls of 30 days
each.
The company have    purchased    a
large  tract of land on Howe  Sound
25  miles from  Vancouver, at  the entrance of Rainy river, upon which they
have  been  granted  the water rightt
i nd where they are now rushing work
tl    he first unit of their plant.    Tin.
entire plant when complete will have
a weekly capacity of ISO tons of newspaper  and  270  tons  of  wrapping pa-
!.: r,     Mr.   Sylvester   G.   Faulkner,  of
: the  British  Columbia  Trust Corpora-
I Con,  Vancouver,   is   president  of  th"
company,   and   the  Directors   are  all
well known substantial business men
I o_ British Columbia.
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
standard article
READY FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For in.Hint .o.p, soft.nincw.tar.
removing eld p.lnt. dl.In .acting
alnh*. clo.ata, drain, and for
ir._ny other purpose*. A can
aquala 20 pound* SAL SODA.
SOLD  .EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT SfJftfB
TOR ONTO. ONT.
"CAN T BE BEAT."
"WHAT?"
Sausages,  Head Cheese,
Jellied Veal.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Av.nne
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
I FOR
'*':
GOUDEAU'S SHEEP.
I  It Mm. lu-il III.  I)n�� and BatlKfled fh��
la'. Collector.
Emile Goudeau, a celebrated charac
I ter of Paris, was oue of the most con
I flr-ied bohemlana that ever lived.
There Is a story of him aud a cer-
��� tain black spaniel which followed bim
I With the faithfulness  with which the
JOB
PRINTING
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The Arrow Press
Windsor Hotel Block.
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Phone 192
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deo ter* in AU Kind, ot
Umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes. %
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400^00.0"
RE8ERVE       t11.000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and New fr.i...aland. and   iu   London,   England,
Now York, Chicago and Spokane, E.8.A., and Mexico City.    A   Ven
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letter* of Credit lesued, available witl. correspondents ln all Darts of thu
World.
Savings Bank Department    Deposits received ln eums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cect per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N _W WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRTMNER. Manage
historic little lamb attached itself to
I tbe historic little Mary.   Goudeau aud   w    .        .        J   ll__i 111 I    Ktl       B
I tbe dog, lu fact, were never separated.   rWaitrS, US 300   HOI Wlttf IllttfS, ut.
It dewneii upon the tax gatherer of
I the neighborhood that Goudeau hai'
I not paid his dues for the "Inferior
J brother." %' '
|    He approiuhed him. therefore. In ti
friendly a spirit as possible, being, indeed, an old acquaintance, and said.
"M. Goudeau. 1 most ask you to pay
four tat for the spaniel."
The boheiuliin  was Immensely su. ���
prised, or a (Tim ted to be.   "But jpou't
you know, my dear sir," he said In a
j tone of remonstrance, "this Is a sheep
j dog, useful to me in my work aud con
I eequently exempt from the tax?"
"But you nre no shepherd," returned
j the tax gatherer: "you are a poet."
i    "No   shepherd!"    replied    Goudeau. ]
FOR SALE.....
|        Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
��� deliver to any part of the city.
* C. WILLIAMS
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t Eighth ave. and Second St
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'Phone 333   xi
Repairs of all kinds jiriven special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377
Front St. New Westminster
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc*
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
"Every poet Is a ��***��*.   Ha'e you g
not heiinl of \ iruil and Theocritus'- "
The poet would have recited twenty
other names it the tax gatherer, alarm
ed nt such a display of learning, bad
not stopped him. "But at least you
have no sheep.'' he said.
"No; I admit that," said Goudeau.
"It Is because I ani too poor. But l
wlll rectify that"
Aud he diil. Next day he wns ob
served promenading the streets of _ __ _ _, -^ . w-a *ta try
Montmartre with the same old black \ P Cj jj �� O A *\ D ***
spaniel, but with a newcomer in the
shape of a real, live, woolly sheep.--
Loudon Sketch.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
/yOKSLEY'S
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
of New Westminster and diet -i.-t
COAL! COAL!
Sh. Wa. < art-fill.
Spats-That old maid, Miss Van
Shelf, Is the most careful and method-
leal boarding mistress I have ever had
disturbing my deu. Socratoots���Yes;
I can Imagine wheu she goes to
heaven she will want in summer tiina
to lay away ber wings In camphor
balls.
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On Sale at-
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamons Cigar  Divan
��� .*'Ad'.ertl.e the town  we live in  I y
mailing Picture Post Cards lo fQVt
,    friends.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NSW*
te Canadian Bank of Commerce
L
p*��P Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000'
�� ,��� HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
a WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager.
Wul Bank>ng business transacted.   Accounts  may be opened  and con*
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
, SAVING8 BANK, DEPARTMENT.
add. f and u,'wanls received,   interest allowed at current rates and
the JJJ ^"artcrly.    The depositor is subject to no delay whatever
niHiwal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVID80N. Managar
in
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��ure Spices
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box 34S
'Phone   106.
| R_eichenbach
.   COMPANY, Limited
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
At
ALL  {KINDS
Myall's Drug Store
Chfldren's Wear
Before beginning to make tli" Misses' and Children's Dresses,
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
.Block. We are sure you will be convinced that It Is much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than'to make them up.
We will lie pleased to show you everything.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  ��� 275 Columbia Street
Eyes Tested Tree
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
IRUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
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t:te daily news.
MONDAY.
march
'��..il
tures.    It  is  provided,  for    example,
that all contributions to a candidate's
campaign  fund must be mad. direct
u  his  legal  agent aud  published  by
i; in.    No   election  contributions  can
be made by any Incorporated company
under penalty of a fine of $1000   on
each director or imprisonment for two
.-.ears.    There  was a  real  need  that
provision of this kind should be made
Achievement  and good clothes    al-   i 1 the law.    The penalties for hiring
wavs go together.   A man who dresses   teams, tampering with ballots, bribery,
poorly never receives the same con-   etc., are increased.   A very good pro-
side-ration as the man    who   dresses   vision is that any one guilty of circu-
Dress for
Success
carefully1���critically.
See our spring woollens    for   suggestions.
Morga
Opi>osite the Post Office.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
ns
that an
la .ting a false statement about a candidate with a view to affecting the
election may on conviction be fined
or imprisoned for two years.
The bill will undoubtedly be warm-
1/ debated on Its passage through the
Mouse. What can be sa'd of it is that
i' la a genuine reformatory measure,
and goes a great way towards the
ideal election, where    the
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imporicJ Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get WINDSOR
183 W
The
New City
TALK
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WITH
Frank  Qotch  for    the    championship
title. During the remainder of this
week he- will appear in exhibition
bouts In Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia. Washington and Baltimore, in
the order named. He will then proceed west to fill several other date..
Lefore meeting Gotch in the Coliseum
lu Chicago on April 3.
Cabinet Crisis in Norway.
Christiania,   March   lo.���King   Haa-1
kon has accepted  the resignation    of
the cabinet.   This step on the part of
candidate   the ministry is an outcome of the re-
B. C.
ihose principles and personality hest I r*pti��a b-v lQe Storthing of Socialist
commend themselves to the electors is
reasonably sure of the majority of suf-
frages.���Toronto Globe.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets,  New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
.. ������"-���-
���  -5 OU'.jSy',' .ril  '
aud Radical motions of lack of confi I
once.   Both motions were rejected by
the Storthing,  but the vote    showed
that  'he government could retrttn of-
More Work for W. L.  King. ] flee only by favoring coalition partie-,
-..���        ,,     .   ,.     _    ...   ,    ,,     | which  the  ministers   were   unwilling
Ottawa.  March lo.���On V.  I* Mac-!       .      _,. . ,    . ..    ,
��� lo do.   They have advised the king to
kenzie  King's   return   from    London,: mmm0JX  lh���  Rndira,  ]e^ 6unna_
Eng., he will be sent to Vancouver by   Knudsen, to form a new cabinet.
the government as royal commissioner ���	
to .adjudicate and settle the claims of
Chinese residents for Samages in oou-
MONDAY. MARCH 16, 19C3.
POWER OF THE PRESS.
The Governor-General, Earl Grey, in
reply to a toast of his health at   the'
Lured Into Hold-Up.
nection  with the anti-Oriental  riot of Tacoma.  March  lo.���Frank Martin, '
last summer.   Although the Japanese a logger, was shot in the breast    by
claims were settled promptly,    action footpads near Wright park at an early '
toward settling the Chinese claims has hour this morning.    Martin had Leen '.
���een delayed until now.
'���Russian   Lion"  on   Exhibition.
New     York,     March     16.���George
Jubilee banquet of the Canadian Press; Hackensehmidt, the world's champion
Association    made    two    very    good
points.    "The fourth estate," he sa'd,
wrestli r. is to be seen in an  exhib:
tlon  bout here tonight, the first of _
!.:r_d from a down town saloon by a
r hance acquaintance who promised
hlm a bed for the night. The strangi r
led Martin toward the north end of
the city where a third man produced
a revolver and ordered the two to
hold up their hands. Martin attempted flight and the robber fired, the bul
"had  usurped   the  position    formerly' E< rie's   in   whirh   wlU   &PPW   before   let inflicting a painful flesh wound in
occupied by the Church. It was powerful and reverenced as a power to help
everything good and    do   justice    to
t'orything   evil.     In   modern   society
there  was no fear of any  man, however Interested and dishonest, imposing himself by the impersonal mystery
of an  unsigned  article on the public
a.: a deity, because   there    were    so
rii.any Interpreters of the Divine Spirit
ready (o denounce any false prophet."
Proceeding Karl Grey put in his plea
for the exclusion of the quack advertisement from the news columns of a
paper,    "Sometimes, !;p said, "we are
thrown right off the line in the middle
of reading an article couched'In most
excellent English by a lltt'.e paragraph
advertisement and having to trace the
balapce of  the    article    over    many
rages."   This lather statement will be
universally accepted   by the    geneial
public   exceptionally   if,   as   in   some
journals,  the   news   columns   are   regarded as as excuse to pad    patent
medicine advertisements in    such    a I
way that the publisher may earn thej
paltry   sum   allowed   for  them.     Self,
respecting journals have long ceased
to aliow their columns to be used for
euch  quack  puffs  and many jouraals
absolutely refuse, as wfe have done, to J
accept  such  patent  medicine    advertisements at any price.   The low sub- j
scrlption rate has of course much to :
do   -.ith   some  journals  being  quack!
r..ediurus,  and   at   the  same  banquet
Hon.  Frank  Oliver expressed the belief that newspapers were losing hundreds of thousands of dollars a year'
"by giving something for nothing   toi
Iho people when they were ready to
pay value for value."   The eubscrptlon \
tales,   with   few   exceptions,   are   the
same today throughout Canada as they
vcre before the elevation oj the ���.|rV
���"' labor and paper and the public are
nioro exacting.   Perhaps nooountry in
tbe world has a population who read
more than the people of Canada .and
this la more noticeable In the rural
districts than In the cities and   with
"'���-. eci to political lisuei them [g ,.
���'owing desire to read the papers of
both of the greal partleB.
proceeding to Chicago to contest with   Martin's breast.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
_Sn_H_Bj_i_'._
J  W. GIFFORD, Optician
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Optical   Parlors   in T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
THE
FRASERYALI
LAND
SPECIALISTS
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CHILUWACHS FIRST CITY COUNCIL
aSB_B3EBa_EBESEI
% ft Young Man,
HAVE YOU SEEN   .
the New Shoes opened up at
Johnston's ?
They are 1908 models.
"WALK-OVER" SHOES, in patent leather Ox-
fords, tan and gun metal, 3-button Oxfords, and
many more new styles in this popular shoe.
The Famous "Warwick Shoe" for Young Fellows.
Our 1908 styles in this shoe cannot be surpassed.
Prices, $4.50 and $5 a pair.
Chilliwack. March 15.���-Election*
for mayor, aldermen nnd school tins
tees were held here Saturday. Thi-
is the first election held since Chili;
T   B. Caskey 	
T. H.  Jackson   . .
c ...  Bonnycasth
li.   8.   Hall   	
'8CI
was incorporated as a city, and ; W.  P.   Ferris
the  following  will  comprise  the  new
city's first council and school board:
Mayor���Samuel A. Cawley  (by acclamation).
Aldermen.
.las.   Munro      187
.1   H. Ash well   155
I?.  Marshall      131
The first five ... ��� re i lected.
School  Trustees.
H. J. Barber 	
Dr- W. V. Davles  	
A   L. Coote  	
H. H. Gervan   	
J.  W. Galloway   	
The first three were elected.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan ' RUBBER   STAM
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
livLECTORAL REFORMS.
Election law., have no: 'ailed to the
extent that is sometimes too   rashly
Supposed.    All evils were not promptly ,
suppressed  with  the first advent of;
the remedies, perhaps will  never bei
wholly suppressed, but that great ad-
vanceg have been made cannot be de-;
nhul.   In earlier days corrupt expend I-'
ture was much greater when we con-!
rider how much richer the country Is
fi day than It was then,    A compana-
tlvelj  poor man can run an election
today  without  being seriously  lu.mll-
capned by the smallntsus of his   ex-1
chequer,    This should  be the steady
j-��..n of all election laws.
Tho laws on the statute hooli. it
"luav be KidmlUeil, have served their
purpoHe  well, bn(   II   has been   found i
nocesi&ry to be constantly strengthen-
��� ni. them. TIk- desire to win, linked
In Mi" natural Ingenuity of the law-,
Weaker, periodically calls for fresh
provisions or additional safeguards, it
lu to provide thei* that Mr, Ayles-
vrtb has Inlroducd In Hi" OommODS
S bill iimendlnR the election 'iw. It
.niloillos some strikingly    new    fea-
Ladies' 1908 Shoes
Every new spring shoe for ladies is now in our store.   We have doz-
���ens of lines of the very best Canadian and American shoes to show you.
OUR  WINDOWS   ARE   FULL   OF   NEW  SPRING   SHOES
Note the \ rices which are plainly marked on them.
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block!
Maple Ridge Fruit Lands For Sale
Now is the time to secure a block of
this valuable level land, while prices
1 are low. Land is advancing In p'lct
in this well settled nelgh-crnc.-1.
Good roads; schools, churches and
ether conveniences; best of ar.inp -_i
facilities; only one hour's ride to V- ..
couver or Westminster.
Apply to the Secretary Port H .���
mond and District Improvement Association, Port Hammond, B. C.
YEE KEE, Tailor
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE    STREET.
Made   ln. Vancouver   by espertj
workmen,  with   latest machinery
and  best materials,  at mo-fra!*'!
prices.
A. G. Bagley & SonJ
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamp"
Electric Blue-Printing
Any Si**
d Draftk
Maps, Charts an
The  Vancouver   Map and
Print Company,
441 Seymour St., V-ncws1
WESTMINSTER OFFICE?
I C.L.8.   _
ant B"i
II. Neville Smith,
JOHNSTONS
LATEST SPRING  8UITING.
("Suits Cleaned and  Pressed.
jWebsdale & Hardwick
Builders and
Contractors...
Shoe House,  Ltd
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
All kinds of carpenters work. Gen
[ eral repairs    and    alterations.    Kail
mates free for nil    kinds   of   frame j
j buildings.   Shacks built on the short-
, est notice.
1 P.   O.   Box  815.    Office   St.   Andrews
3trset, between 8th end Oth Ct.
PRINTING
active
For correct and &'
Printing - the Wri ,Mt
coats no more than the ���m
mon variety - trj
/
Jackson _ Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL
Dally News
NI5W 4ARCH 16, 1908.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
-     PAGE nvi
* It.
��� rgi number of witnesses who have
been summoned to attend court, tne
police do nol anticipate any difficulty
in proving their assertions thai the
confiscated slot machines were used
for gambling purposes.
Spring
Millinery
Opening
HAS
COMMENCED
Bumai y potatoes, just received a
shipment of fine potatoes at $1.40 per
sack. Routledge's grocery, Sixth
street and Fifth avenue.
' raig v. ls hurt severely during the
latch on Saturday between the
overs and Thistles, his right arm
being temporarily placed out of com-
- Isslon; he received a kicl. on the
luuscles of the arm.
.1. H. Brownlee C. Ei, Dominion and
B, C. land surveyor, has opened an office In the Guichon blo-k. Phone 338. ���
After partaking nf a poisonous root,
an employee of the V., V. & E. work-
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in 3. c. Dominion Trust
block. *���
A  literary program has  been    prepared for  the  meeting of the  olivet
laptist young people this evening and
it is promised to be equal to th* last
one given.
A favorite of the eilte smoker.-, the
"Brilllante" cigar. *���
The Irish concert to be given tomorrow evening in St. Patrick's hall
tinder the auspices nf St. Peter'a
Unman Catholic church choir promises
ti lie one of the best entertainments
offered to Xew Westminster music
Inns this season, great pains having
been taken by all interested to make
the affair a complete success, Irish
ei aga will predominate.
Accompanied by Dr. Doherty, medical superintendent of the asylum, the
I rovineial secretary, Hon. Dr, Young,
visited the asylum farm at Coquitlam
ol all the stock, received $3,750,1)00.
bringing up the total <>f his returns
from Standard Oil stock for the "past
six  months to $6,2..0,000.
The total paid out in dividends by
the  company  during    the     las'     six.
months is approximately    $26,000,000.
Fifteen men own 90 per cent, of the
stock and in thc last ten years have
receiver!   in  cash  as  dividends  $.89,-
000,000.    Of this  John  D.  Rockefeller
leceived $117,01)0,000.
.after having been  confined  in the,     Tf>�� profits of the   company   since
Royal Columbian hospital since early'1882  amount to approximately  $900,-
i lu January,  as a result    of    injur;., s   000,000, of    which    $670,000,000    has
' sustained  by  being struck  by a fall- i l'een PaW in dividends.   The net. earning tree at Port. Moody, Robert Scolt.   ,:'KR of tn* company for the las'  six
Mr. F. Filgiano. director of St. Peter's church choir, tenor, and Messrs.
Morris and Groffman, baritones, will
be beard on the seventeenth at St.
Patrlok's hall. **
at  Oliver, suddenly fell  dead  on  ,,r>  Friday in order to look  over the
iug
the track. Two other men who par-
teok of the root, but not to the same
���Ment. were also taken ill.
We have $_o,000 to loan on business
property only, at 7 per cent. Abbott
& Hyde. ������
The large boiler for the Chilliwack
.Manufacturing company, which has
been lying at the C P. R. wharf, has
! een loaded on the steamer Beaver
and will be taken to its destination today.
sites of the new buildings. Dr. Young
states that the hospital will eventually
be entirely at the farm. The amount
of $60,000 will be expended this year
i. the construction of buildings and
an average of $10,000 a year after, until the Institution is complete. The
total cost Will  be about $."00,000.
The trial scene of Robert Emmet
will be staged by the Young Men's
Literary society, Peter Byrne presiding, at the Irish night. Tickets 50c
and 75c, at Ryall's drug store. **
grandson of the late Col. Scott, will
be able to leave that institution this
afternoon. For several days after being admitted to the hospital, young
Scott's recovery was considered extremely doubtful.
Mr. McTear, a young man of Central
Park, died yesterday at the Royal Columbian hospital, where he was admitted a few days ago, suffering frornl
appendicitis. On Saturday 'in opera-i
tion was performed, but this failed to
save the patient's life, he passing
away shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Deceased leaves a
Wife and baby to mourn his los-. The
funeral arrangements have nol yet
been made.
'���ears are estimated at. over $455,000,
000.
MESDAMES
More Money for John D.
N'ew York. March 15.���Out of a
total of $14,750,000 paid out In dividends by the Standard Oil company
today at the rate of $15 a share. .lohn
D, Rockefeller, who owns 25 per cent.
Moore & Campbell
.. Announce Their ..
MILLINERY OPENING
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday,
March 11th. 12th, and 13th.
'Latest styles and shapes  from
ion's centre."
i _!;���
Bank   of  Commerce   Building,
opposite the Post Office.
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The City's Grandest  Exposition   of   the
Season's Newest Fashions
Here, grouped into one complex array, are the
latest patterns in Millinery from New York, together
with hundreds of originals and copies from our own
workrooms. We have eclipsed all previous records.
The stock has been carefully selected by our own experts, many of the stylish patterns being absolutely
exclusive, and will not be duplicated in the province.
We extend to the buying public of New Westminster a cordial invitation to attend our Opening.   If you would know the authentic styles for 1908, we
have them at the
Cash Stores.
Ten acre Iruit   ranch;    only
miles from town, on good road
four
Has
The sidewalk on Columbia street, at
thp  corner of Sixth  street,  near the
���aring fruit trees, .also small fruits;   Domlnlo- Trust bIock has bee��� in ,,a(j
condition since 1898, when the big fire
house and    outbuildings.    For    quick
sale at $1550.   Abbott & Hyde. **
The Bteamshlp Ramona, of the
Western Navigation company, has
'ten drawn out on EmmersOn's dry
dock and is now undergoing' repairs.
She Is being replaeed on the Chilli-
v ;ick run by Hie Favorite.
m
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Garments Ready-to-Wear
Our new spiing stock is now complete.
We passed through the customs yesterday the balance of our German Coats
and New Costumes. Our buyer from
this department is making a special
purchasing trip to New York this season, in order to have the very latest
productions, and guaranteeing absolute
protection to our numerous customers
l).V buying exclusive designs. A perfect
lit is guaranteed to every customer and
no extra charge for special fitting.
It only requires a visit to this department to demons-rate beyond a doubt
that this store id in the happy position
of catering even to the most fastidious.
caused it to crack and sag in places.
When the new building was pui up, it
was   understood   that    the    sidewalk
would be repaired, but up to date th's
has not been  done.    At the present
time there is a large pool cf water in
evidence at that particular spot after
every rainstorm, a state of affairs not
For cut flowers, DOUquetB   or tun-   calculated   to  impress  visitors  favor-
j eral  designs  telephone  T.   Davies  &  ably.
���son, B- 20S. "���
. A violin solo by Mr. Cameron is on
The annual meeting of the Westmin- the program for the Irish concert,
ster Lacrosse club will be held In the also the inimitable jigs of the Hen-
c'ty hall on Thursday evening next at; derson brothers, for the Irish con-
eight o'clock, and all who are injler- cert at St. Patrick's hall. **
ested In anv wav in the progress of
the game in this city are Invited to      Son,e especially good addresses are
attonrx ��� heing given this spring at the   Olivet
| Pnptlst church on Sunday evenings on
Misses Margaret Lewis, Alberta tiie topic "Heart Culture," by the pas-
Luvery and Helen Lombard will con- |0r, Dr. Rugg, and quite an interest is
tribute to the concert on Tuesday shown in them- The first two on
evening. Darcy's orchestra will be "Heart Keeping" and "Heart Reading"
present.
All the New Ideas in Furniture
The more particular you are the  better pleased   we  shall   be
have you inspect our new and up. to-date arrivals in
to
PURINITURE
Unless a protest Is made and replay of Saturday's game is granted,
the Th'stles and the Shamrocks of
Vancouver will play for the championship of the mainland at Recreation park next Saturday. The winner
will then play the winner ofthe Island
league for the B. C. cup.
Dr. T. H. Levey, D.ntlst, has moved   Phone 184
Into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. *���
were given th. past two Sundays, and
next Sunday one of the strongest of
the series on "Heart Culture" will be
delivered; this on. being intended to
Interest students especially. Bes'des
the three already mentioned there are
four more to complete the series.
, All   kinds of  pot  plants    and    cut
(lowers;     shrubs    for    lawns.    Tidy,
We have many artistic designs and feel confident that our great
variety of Chairs. Rockers, Davenports. Tables, Carpets, etc, will
please you* if you will call and inspect our stock.
We have a'rout one dozen Remnants of Linoleum left over from
our GREAT SALE and will dispose of these at almost any price you
offer, just to clear them out.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium j |
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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jj Public Supply Stores jj
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite Is a boon not to be despised, but if your palate requires 'a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you already
be acquainted with thla appetizing delicacy our stock of olives ts
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have just received a Urge Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to Introduce tills brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that wlll appeal to all economizers.
PROM 1 5c per bott.e and upwards
according to size
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The  Westminster  Rovers  hav
to play a league match with Westham
Island.    Ladner has extended an    in-
vliat'on to the teams to play the garni
Actine on authority from the city
council Al I. C.arrett, chairman of the
vet parks committee, has engaged men to
place the lacrosse grounds al Qu en's
park In proper condition for the season. The dressing room Is being removed   to   the   end  of  the   bleachers.
al   thai  place,  which  has an exc lent .,,,,,
f it cm be arranged  r'nd ,he Kro"lul wl,] be ,eve,e(1 up nnrl
football ground
the team will iiuet the Islanders there
in xt Saturday, travelling by chartered
boat.
new turf laid where It has In on worn
away   by  tho  footi fillers (luring    the
Whiter.    Some of  the  players  R.d of
the opinion that the oval should    be
Becoming    a  thoroughly rolled while the ground is
*"  still moist, as otherwlie It will be Im-
, _    .    possible to obtain the best results.
On    Lee,    the   Chinaman    who   Is
charged with    attempting   to murder      Ladies' and gentlemen's suits dean-
Hicha/d Davis at Chilliwack, will    be ed, dyed and    repaired,    Royal   City
tried at the court hOUB- today-   navls  Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
The  "Auto"  cigar
favorite smoke.
New Costume Materials
New Organdy Mir>lins
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T. M. SMITH
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WE ARE
Specialists
Infants' Outfits
We sell them cheaper than you
can make them.
Get our prices  first.
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
721  Robson  St.,  Vancouver.
Everything for  ChlWr����*
A DEAD HORSE
A promenade concert will De given
In the lecture room ot st. Andrew's church on Friday of this week,
when an admission fee of ten cents
will te charged, the proceeds to be
devoted to the purchase of music
needed by the choir. Among those
who w 11 take part In the program
will be Messrs. W. Morris and Baker,
soloists. .and Misses Hughes, Laird,
Watson and others. An Illuminated
c'ub swinging exhlh'tlon will nlso be
a feature of th* evening. The chili
wlll render a number of glees. *htie
an orchestra will be In attendance.
According to street talk, one of the
defendants In the alleged pool room
gambling cases, which are to come up
before the police magistrate th's morning, will ask for an adlournment fir
one week.   With the assistance of the
13 NO GOOD TO YOU, BUT I
WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR IT
IF YOU INSURE IT WITH ME.
I INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
POLICIES WRITTEN IN CANADIAN COMPANIES ONLY.
WRITE OR CALL FOR RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY. March
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Poison Is Found
In a Baker's
Oven
Juneau,   .March   15.-
Knough   quick-
the
lihci was found in tl^e oven of
_i:.n Francisco bakery today to kill
scores of persons had the oven been
used for balling broad. It was quite by
accident that the poisonous stuff was
found. T.e- authorities were informed,
rn ! an Inves Igation showed that   the
Curious Custom of Hanging Them
Outside the Doors.
HOUSES LOCKED, YET OPEN.
The Dangling Key Informs You th*
Tenants Are Out, but Frienda Who
Call Are at Liberty to Unlock the
Door  and   Enter  and   Rest.
When the Swedes go calling, they
lock up aud then hang the door key od
the bell or the doorknob or some other
quicksilver had been placed    in    the   conspicuous place. When tbey go visit
even with the intent  to   poison    the   ing for a few weeks, bolts and bars are
bread.
lt is recalled that a former owner
of the bakery who recently went to
California declared that the oven
would never be used for l.aking breal.
The man who left here was ousted
from business by a rival. The authorities declared there was enough quick-
si,'ver in the oven to kill hundreds, and
would not consent to Its use until several fines had been started and 'he
��� ven cleaned.
GIRLS CAN'T KEEP FROM
MARRYING  IN   CANAL ZONE
New York. March 1C.��� "Panama is
i ... place where ].ap year is not needed," Miss Helen Varlck Boswell, who
organized the women's clubs on the
Isthmus, al the instances of the gov-
e-nment, told the members of the
Poi Ma club yesterday.
"Cupid is tremendously overworked
di wn there." said Mis)? Boswell. "It
Is Impossible to keep a woman single.
Al one i:' the hospitals they told me
they had Inst seventeen nurses by
matrimony from April to June, and
sent word to the States that they posi-
tively would not lake young nurses,
and strictly plain, ones must be sent-
Tae nurses become engaged to the
men returning to Panama on th�� way-
down on the steamers."
slid into place, and then out goes the
key. If the house is shut up for an en .
' tire season or a  full year, the gaylj
swinging door key says ".Not at home" j
, to passersby.
There is no kicking your beels on the
doormat in Sweden while tbe bell or
knocker awakes the echoes In an emit-
tj'   bouse.    Agents,   peddlers,   friend*
and relatives all know this me.sage ot
tie door key and seels* it out pass by.
.As   can   be   readily   imagined,   this
strange custom has been put to good
use in many instances wheu visitors
! were  not wanted.   Instead of telling
1 the maid to inform callers that Mrs.
Juries is not at home the mistrees says
j to Jennie: "Hang out the door key at 3
o'clock this afternoon and bring it ln
at 5.  I don't wish to see any one for a
few hours."
About the first of the month ln certain districts door keys swing to the
breezes in great numbers, anil collectors, knowing the custom and also Its
misuse, scratch their heads in perplexity at this not at home signal.
Many amusing stories are told of
creditors silting down to await the return of their man while the debtor sat
on the other side of the locked door
and chuckle*!. There have been Instances where a collector has taken :
the kp-v, unlocked the door and entered
the bouse to be met by the owner, who
calmly laughed over bis ruse. Again a
creditor has entered a house tn which
be supposes the owner to be biding only to find it vacant and to be caught by
the irate master, arrested and made to
I pay a fine, while tbe debtor got an ei-
| tension of time on bis bill.
These Illegitimate uses of this very
old custom of not only leaving tie
tatchstrlng out, but also putting thc
door key at the disposal of all who
pass, are not discovered at first glance,
���nd they are really very much in the
minority, for Sweden is pre-enjtaently
an honest land. In and around about
(Stockholm there ls very little need of
policemen or strong boxes, for every
man, however low down in the social
scale, seems to have due respect for
another's property.
Although a tew of the mote suspicious, or tbe foreigners who have not
been brought up ln this strange custom of leaving tbe do*r key ont, may
lock ap with bolts from' tbe inside and
use another door for exit when tbey
leave home for an extended visit, the
TU. Bird ot Death. ! ��'d residents actually V?ave their homes
In New Guinea there is said to be s j ���* the disposal of any who may care to
van-jinM.. bigj called tbe bird of death j enter.
It Is about1 the t.Ije of a pigeon, with a '    Friends who call and ted the key
taft of extraordinary length ending Ie ' cut feel at perfect liberty to unlock the
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that application has
been made to register Henry T.
Thrift as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from Surrey municipality, to Henry T. Thrift bearing
date the llth day of September, A.D.
11)03, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of laud and premises
situate, lying and being in the district of New Westminster, in the
province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
lots 10 to 14 inclusive, block 1, and
lots 7 to 12 and 17 to 20 inclusive,
block 2, subdivision of southwest
quarter of section 11, townshio 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of tnis
notice, otherwise I shall register
Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby direct that publication for one month in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster
wiil be good and sufficient service
thereof and by mailing one copy to
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Quiney, Wash.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Catherine Gerbricb, now Catherln?
Kirby.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or unJer
them and all persons claiming any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
1'ariy.rtrd   Ana were.
An eminent lawyer had been inter
rotating a reporter in bis hotel anc
the reply be got was unexpected, sajri
the Buffalo Inquirer.
"That was an unlocked for answer
truly," he said. "It was like the an
ewer the policeman gave to the good
eltlKen. A good citizen, breathless und
���Kcited. ran up to a large, calm police
man one day and cried:
���"OIBcer, there's a terrible flght go
lag on around the comer to the right.
"Thank you. sir. I'll do as much
for yon some day, sir,' said tbe police
man gratefully, as be took the tirra
iag to tbe left and quickly disap
peered."
a t'p of brilliant scarlet. It has a sharp
hooked beak and frequents marshei
and stagnant pooh. The venom with
which it inoculates Is distilled in-a set
of organs wbieb He in the upper mandl
hie. Just below Hit- openings of the non-
door, enter and rest a bit before passing on. Strangers seldom misuse the
confidence.
The custom started ages ago when It
was the usual thing for "boly men" or
priests to travel through Swedish vll-
trlls. r.nder them. In the roof of tth ��� 'ages, stopping to leave their blessing
month, is u small fleshy knob. When I on the households of the neighborhood,
the bird sets Its beak in the flesh of �� j These visits were looked forward to
victim this knob receives a pressur* | w'th eagerness by the pious Swedes,
which liberate* the venom and Inoco ! and it was considered an act of gross-
la tf-. the wound.
est discourtesy to bar the door, for
whatever reason, against a holy man
Consequently If a family left home the
key was always put out against tlie ar>
rival of the priest. Meat and drink
| were left, and should the boly man
stop at a vacant house he entered, re
Thr   Cum   and   tbe   Virata.
The numerous kinds of west ol
which tbe effete cast solemnly j;j
courses are enough to bewilder .
Philadelphia   lawyer     It   will   assu.t
you that U-sides "the middle west." i freshed himself, left his blessing ln tbe
s phrase that it employs contlnuallj j form of a candle or a bottle of holy
and  with evident pleasure,  there an   water or a bit of consecrated green nnd
SEALED TE.VDERS addressed to
1 the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
! der for Examining Warehouse, Win-
: nipeg, Man.," will be received at this
office until FRIDAY, .March 20, 1908,
j inclusively, for the erection of an Examining Warehouse at Winnipeg,
; Manitoba.
Plans  and  specifications   can    te
I seen and forms of tender obtained at
I this Department  and  on  application
to Joseph Greenfield, Esq., Supt. Pub.
I Bldgs., Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
I tenders will not be considered unless
��� made on the printed form supplied,
. and signed with their actual signa-
j tures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered 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 of the tender,
| which will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or if
he fall to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted, the cheque 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, February 21, 1908.
Newspapers   will   not   be   paid   for
this  advertisement   if  they   insert   it
without  authority   from   the  Department.
an eastern west, a western *ye>-*., ��
northern wpst and a soutbetu we��t
Yet there l�� only one east, and hardly
enough of that to swear by.���Call
Ionian.
passed. Thus tbe custom originated
aud, although these quaint villages
have   become   towns   and   traveling
pries;* have passed away and the infill., of other, nations has modernized
.   i Sweden and brought the evil of theft
Th*. sorini Ran.. ! with It, the door keys still hang out ��s
I suppose," said the old time fries*, j evidence of trust and open doored ho*-
"that your folks no longer feel th.
���nxlety about social matters that thej
ence experienced."
Tea, th...- do." answered Mr. Cum
nx: "mother an' the girls are cow ai
bosy keepin' other women out of so
riety as they once were gettln' ln tha_s
Mlve.. "-Washington Star.
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TIME TO REGISTER.
Only four weeks now remain
;<>r those who are not already
on the voters' list to have their
names registered. Those wlio
have come to reside in the city
uuring the past year, and young
menfwho have attained the age
of 21 should sew that they are
not deprived of their right to
have a voice in the coming
Dominion election by failure on
their part to reglsie! In time,
as ttie list compiled at th? coming court of revision will most
likely be the one used at tin-
next election. The time to
register is RIGHT NOW.
pltallty.
A thief seldom takes down one of
the keys and enters, for there Is the
uncertainty about the absence of the
residents spoken of to hold him baefc,
and the knowledge that an exposed
door key may merely mean that the
owner has stepped across to the store
and wlll return any minute makes
tampering with property risky business.
These facts,  together  with  the big
one that Swedes are one of the most
~Z j honest people on the face of the globe,
��� j make a custom safe there which would
��� | be a foolhardy tempting of misfortune
In our "land of the free."-Los Angeles Times.
Found an Excuse.
Oue Easter a Methodist minister In
the south wrote to J. Pierpont Morgan
nud asked him to subscrllie to the erection of a new church.
"Since I am an Episcopalian," Mr.
Morgan wrote back, "I can't conscientiously join this Easter subscription to
'.the building of a  Methodist  church.
* Before   erecting   your   new   church.
��� | though, you are going, I understand, to
��� | tear the old church down.   For that
+, I purpose I gladly Inclose my check for
# I $8-0."
* To please will always be the wish of
��� benevolence! to lie admired, the con-
rV.nt aim of ambition.���Dr. Johnson.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Re James Taylor, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
creditors and other persons having
any claims or demands against the
estate of James Taylor, late of Fort
Langley, in the province of British
Columbia, deceased, who died on the
30th day of November, 1907, and whose
will was proved In the supreme court
of British Columbia on the 23th day
of January, 1908, by Joseph Mayers
and John Taylor, the executors therein
named, aro hereby required to senc
particulars in writing of their claims
or demands to me the undersigned
the solicitor for the said executors on
or before the 20th day of March, 1908,
at the undermentioned address, arte-
which date the said executors will
proceed to distribute the assets of tho
said Ja,mes Taylor, deceased, amongst
the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands
of which they shall then have had
notice and the said executors will not
be liable for the assets of 'the said
James Taylor deceased or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose claims and demands they shall not then have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of February, a.
D., 1908.
A. WHEALLER,
Solicitor for tho said Joseph Mayers
and John Taylor, Executors,
Hygienic Dairy, Limited
Incorporated Urt^er the Companies Act  (B.C.)   1897 and  Amending  Acts.
Capital $250,000, in 25,000 Shares of $10.00 Each
TerOhousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 Der share in.
eluding a premium of fifty cents per share, the whole payable as follow. ���
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on Application���fl5.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per shar
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, $80.00, being payable in eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.
Th.  following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association  and others
to act as Provisional Directors:
SI. P. THOMSON, Esq.,  (Thomson Stationery Co.).
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D.
(HAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.).
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq. New Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the exer
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers, Auditors, Solicitors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell, Messrs.   Burns  &.  WaU.m
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants, Vancouver,   B.C.
Vancouver,   B.C.
Secretary, A.  Farmer,  Esq. Temporary Offices,  322  Cambie   St.,  Vancouver   B. C.
PROSPECTUS.
This company is. formed for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with a! .-
The need of such a m
thi
v thi
hav.
-nted
A. L. KENDALL, Esq., M. D.
W. S.  HOLLAND, Esq., (Insurance
J. A. FLETT, Esq., (Hardware Mer
Agentj
'ham;,
:   '' the
pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs.
so well known that there is no need io dilate on this question, the plans of the Companj
earnest support of the Medical Society, t'ne Provincial and City Health Officers,  and everj   ��� !���
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable j rice on the well known Cruickshank Farm at '���!.   . .���
close to the C. P. R., and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line.   This  property  comprise-  61
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture.   It is pro)
thoroughly modern barns with eminent floors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a mi .
liottling plant, shipping by spe.ial refrigerator car to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $75,000, or about $117 per acre,  a  very  low figure ;
the quality of the land, the improvements and the situation. It would be hard to find a farm bettei
adapted for the purpose of a large modern dairy. The terms of purchase are $25,000 cash, and tiv balance in fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realize,! from the sale of 10,000 shares now offered, there will remain
$75,000 after paying the cash portion of the price of the farm property. It is believed that this amount
will be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings and equipment and the purchase of iboul 500
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
THE NEED OF A PURE MILk t$UPPLY.
The City has no authority at the present Unie to inspect any dairies outside the City.   The Comoany
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own tarns and premises are concerned, and will welcom.
such inspection at all times.   It also proposes to a-sk the Medical Association to appoint a committee of inspection.
The City records of 1907 show 148 deaths of babies under twelve months' old, and medical men have
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent., or say 133, of these deaths are directly traceable tu milk,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption. It is needless to say that 148 does not by uj
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as it is the number of those under twelve mon'hs of
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected ln Vancouver during 19e7 and analyzed by the Dominion Government authorities, only two samples teach 3% per cent., which Is the average Canadian percentage of
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as elth.r watered or skimmed, and were below
3 per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE  PRESENT DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor is perhaps unaware of the need of the most scrupulous eleanllnes.
in every detail In the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection of
cement floored barns, projierly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling machinery, and the employment of men technically trained in what is now recognized as a business requiring
scientific care and management.
Without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during the
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid ol
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. This drug prevents milk turning sour, even if exposed
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE  HYGIENIC  MILK COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity. It doe. not
propose to pasteurize milk, which at '.est is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk is not -pure milk; it is only impure milk whica
has been renovated, and the impurities to a .greater or less extent removed.
Tlie very fact that milk needs pasteurizing is in itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company never
intends having milk on any of its premises in need of renovation, as it will keep only healthy cows, which
will be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to 8 temperature of 3S degrees, pui iu sealed bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the same temperature; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep It sweet, and will also prevent the propagation of injurious bacteria in the milk, to which is attributable the enormous infantile mortality In the
City and district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a weil known dairy expert as general manager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has made a
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of cattle.
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing out
the well known fact lhat all the dairy farmers in the district have been for many years doing very well Indeed, and the milk distributors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making a prO��<
of $loo per day all last summer.
It Is well known that in no part of Canada can cow feed be produced cheaper than In the l/'wer
Fraser Valley, and as similar companies in the United States, which sell their milk at lower price.- than
are current here, pay good dividends, there is no reason Why this Company should not do the same, as
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices ln handling the feed, manure, etc., etc.,. should ' ;' ''
the higher wages of this Coast. ���
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but It will be obviously Impossible to get this number in a year,
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tue hot weather begins, it Is doubtful if
more than loo cows can ibe obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings completed. In Belling
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and it is no
likely there will be any surplus for* sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation, and
���as' there will be probably many people of small means in urgent need of this milk, the shares have been
put at a price, and on terms, within the reach of all.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified thvir intention of becoming shareholder'
SIMON J. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
F. M. LOGAN.
F. R. CLOVER.
A. l.'kendall. M. D.
B. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victoria.
CHAS. Sif. MACDONALD.
J.   W.   BLAND, V.   S.
A. P. PROCTER, M. D.
W.  E.  BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L. D. TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H. GUNN.
J. W. DeB. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A. C. WELLS, Chilliwack.
H.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H, G. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R..C.S.
D.  R.  KERR, Victoria.
L. T. DUPONT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J.  J. LOGAN.
ri. S. ROLSTO.N.
RICHARD S. FORD.
D. THOS.  TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,1. J. JONES, Westminster.
H. L. EDMONDS, Westminster.
A.  FLETT.
IJ. ROWE.
M. P. THOMSON.
H. A. EASTMAN, We��tml--W
Prosjiectuses and forms for application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY & CO., Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia��� or���
H. A. EASTMAN, New Westminster MARCH  16, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAtiM, sii; VEN
BHALED
PENITENTIARY
SUPPLIES.
TENDERS addressed "In-
o( penitentiaries, Ottawa,'
iotor"
_ Midors. ���
ITreceiveii  ""!il    M'""'''-v' 1,,;u
Sin inclusl
for supplies, for the
renders for Supplies,"
until Monday, 16th
from  parties  deslr
.  ���.,_ cuiitrai un
\��     ,������ 1M0S-UU9, for the following
Lscal.uiIJ'
RtJtutions.nan.tly.
Kingston penitentiary.
J vmceni tie Paul Penitentiary.
Jorchester Penitentiary.
jiaaitobH Penitentiary.
s_ Columbia Penitentiary.
Penitentiary,      Edmonton,
Massage
Have YOU Seen The
BABY ELEPHANT
facial, scalp, or body treatments civen
in your own home.   Also manicuring. 'We of Worsted, also the Grey
For engagement ring up A 339. and brown'/ They are all new and
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
��� correct in .very particular.
Your inspection invited.
;,ms   will   be   received
Brim
ilberta
in*.
���Separate ten
each of the  following closes ot
ju?pli��s;
11 Coal.
2, Coal O'l.
Icordwo ������
I Drugs.
j. Drj'l. '  :
16. F'oraS1-'-
'j. Fresh Fish
j. Fresh Meat.
9. Groceries.
10. Hardware.
11. Leather.
12. -ink.
... Oils and Paints
; t. Pork and Bacon
15. Sole Leather.
16. Tinware.
Details ol Information as to form of
fontract, together with forms of ten-
L will be furnished on application
to the Wardens,
jjli 8up]   ���    are subject to the approval ol the Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
.i   W,  DAWSON, '
Inspectors of Penitentiaries
Department of Justice,
Ottawa, February 14, 1908.
Removal
NOTICE
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on  Delivery
���AT���
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St., NEW   WESTMINSTER!
mmmm*mmm���***Mmm
Westminster
Transfer Co
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you ?
No wonder after the hard winter.
Few can stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Rooting,    No trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastio roofing and
wiH stand all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no dilTerence to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and fire-re-
sist infi.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Moat easily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
samples and prices.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Fllard   Block.    N. *  We*tr~ln��t.:r.   �� I
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has;
been made to register M. \V. Min-
thonie as the owner in fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New West- j
minster, to M. W. Mlnthorne, bearing
date the loth day of February, A.D.
1001, of all and singular that certain i
i-flc. 'Phone 18&.       barn fnone 1S1
Columnia St.
Baggage  delivered    proruyUy   to  anj
iian ot ihe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OtMso���Tram   Dtoot
WHEN GOING EAST
<VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Tra'ns Every Dav m the Ye.T
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
STORY   OF   THE   DOROTHEA.
Conundrum*,
Why is "o" the noisiest cf al! tha
rowels? Because you can't make a
iiorrid, loud noise without it, while
al! the others nre inaudible.
Why can you never expect a fishmonger to be generous? Because
his business .hakes him sol! fish.
Why would an owl be offended at
your calling him a pheasant? Because you would be making game of
him.
What is that which is black
while and red all over, which show.
some people to be green and make!
others look black and blue? _���
newspaper.
Cola-   Tn   ni.urre*.
"The underlying reason why so much I tions at which a large ship named
time usually elapses between the Alius   Dorothea was put  up  for sale.    The
Romance of a Vessel Assigned to the
Naval Militia.
.\uiong the vessels assigned to the
naval militia is one with a history.
It seems, says Appleton's Magazine,
that many years ago, when lt was the
custom for the insurance underwriters
to put up at auction vessels that had
been long overdue and not heard front,
a young apprentice in Philadelphia
happened to attend one of these
|UC-
i\he
of petition nnrl the hearing or trial Ir
divorce proceedings is not generally
understood." remarked a lawyer who
makes a specialty of this character of
^practice. "Perhaps It is within the circle of truth to say that In a majority
of cases, if either husband or wife.
Whichever side be plaint iff, should
top, look and listen,' as it were, tha
vessel had taken aboard a very valuable rargo, which would go with thu
chip to the successful bidder, but the
very fact that the property waa so
valuable had kept the underwriters
from soiling the craft until long after
It had become generally believed that
she was a total wreek. Consequently
the   auctioneer   cried   the   good   ship
T.J.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
trouble would be adjusted out of court! Dorothea many times without getting
entirely. As a rule'judges are inelln-1 a bl(i- Finally the young apprentice
ed to afford ample time for domestic | J��ki��S'y bid $5, and, as nobody would
bid  higher,  the  vessel  ami  her  eargo
partners to ponder well before pursuing further toward legal redress for
matrimonial difficulties. 'Divorce ic
haste and repent at leisure' is a logic*!
paraphrase. Of course, If after mature reflection a different opinion doei
not ensue, the average jurist would favor progressing the suit."���N'e-v York
Press.
Westminster Iron Works
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the
pan,.I or tract of land and premises brilliantly illuminated train in the
Situate, lying and being in the city i world. The equipment consists of
of New Westminister, in the province private compartment cars, standard
of British Columbia, more particularly t6 section sleeper?, luxurious dining
known and described as:    Subdivision I car�� "clining chair cars (seats free),
5 of block "A" of the middle acre of,,
,, ,.    ..._     ,  _. .    .   ,.    ,   brarv and  smoking cars.
the  south   ha t   of  P.ie  south   half ot      p      -*���        -* _i _   t. u
For Time Tables,  Folder., or  any
:     ���'.. suburban block 12, map 5CG.        [urthfr information cal] on or WTit��
<\ VV. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
��ao Second Avenue. SentH... With
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=F!NEST  AND   FASTEST-:
n
EMPRESSES
%\
j
18,000  �� EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ^l*,50u
most    H. Power! EMPRESS OP IRELAND 1
TONS
BOOKING TO    AND   FROM    ANY :
)INTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY
modern   day   coaches   and  buffet,   li-   CAN  HE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
You .and each of you are required t<
j Removed  to Tenth  St., be-| contest the claim of the tax purchaser
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
Next   sailings   of
April u and April 17.
the   Empresses
JOMIM REID,
Telephone  53.
Xew Westminster. p. u. Box 174
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
&���Asylum.
8���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and ^enth.
S���Royal aTenue and Eightn*.
9���Fifth avenue and 1 welfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
H���Columbia and   Dutferln
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue s-<.  sixth.
M��� d avenue and 8econd.
25���Fifth av��ue and fourth.
M���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue anrl Tenth.
81���Agnes and Sixth.
Jl���Schaake Machine Works.
85-ColumMa and McKenzie.
88-C.P.R, 8tatlon.
within forty-five days from the date
of the first publication of this notice,
otherwise I shall register M. W. Mlnthorne as owner thereof in fee. And!
I hereby direct that publication of thi.
notice for thirty days in a daily news-1
paper published at New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at tne Land  Registry Office.
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 22nd day of January,.
A.D. 1908,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Louis R. Bayne.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any interest ln the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest ln the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Design*
Copyrights Ac.
For other dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,      '
C. P. R. Agent.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
quickly uccruin our opinion free wi
tlirtiMartetl. conOdentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent*
Invention Is probably patent��bl��,_._ otninunlrv
 1dentIal._HAI.0Bl-.      .
���pen _r tor oecurlngpaten
Patent* taken through Munn ^ Co. ncetv*
���entVeeTo'ldett umer jofaemrptpatent*.
ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
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Dail
N
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ews
BRINO  BIG RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
Anyone tending ��� ��ketch and description may
nlokly aicertaln our opinion free whether aa
0-tc
.  ._  H
tftdai notice, without charge, in the
Scientific JftKrtcait
A handaomely Ulnetrated weekly. Laruwt circulation of any wtenttflo Journal. Terms (or
Canada, f 1.75 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
\
.:35, N.'._'>.
I
F. CRAKE
Leave New Westmiuster 8
15:15, 17:20,,18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster    10:2a,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45
leaves 15:15.
OREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lt. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.tn
Lt. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
tm.
V.. W. ft Y.���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9: SB p. m.
Lt. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
Q. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Quichon 6 pm-
Leave Gulchon 6 a- m-, arrive New
English Watchmaker
Two door, from Geo. Adam*, Grocer  New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Ladles' Gold Watches from 912.75 up.,    b. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lt. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
Silver   Watches,   open:
Gentlemen's
'o^tSnen's Silver Watches,  double --* - *��� �����. -��* -Wjr half hoar there-
case. 17.50 up. j -**���* till V d. m.
Agent for the celebrated South Rend '������    Lt. Vancouver tor Westminster at
Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman ; lam# henre-
\rctic ExDeditlon.    \11 warranted.      j
Chains. Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.       | ,
Watch   repairing:    cnarges   reason
ible.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tot CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
f AIR HANKS.    Daily  trains   (except! q^^Sj
Minday)    carrying   passengers,   mail, IH
express    _nd    freight   connect    with
tagc�� at Carcross and White Horse,
naintaining a through winter service
foi   information apply to
I    H    ROGERS,  Traffic   Managei
Vancouver.   R   r
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates,
me. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to all
  A European points.
"     ". - ���    ...    ., ���    t     ( Special   R^uced   Rates   Round   Trip
Spokane falls & NorUiern Ry to. j   �����*������ ��<�� ���**��*** c.iifm,.
Nelspn & f I. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
lhe only all rail route between all
ooints east, west and *outb ��o Rosi-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyert Fall, with
stage r'lily for Republic
Buffet service oa trsini between
Spokane and Nelson. I
Effective   Sunday,   NoTember
1901.
Leave Day Train
Kor full information call oh or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
9.ao a.m Spokane .....MS 9-
12.35 p.m Rossland ....4>10
9.40 a.m Melton &4S..
H, A. JACKSON.
"The MQwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul lo
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "loath   West    Limited-
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains  in  the  service  on any
railrosd in the world that equal.in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
lo,|waukee ft St.  Paul Railway.    They
1 own and operate their own sleeping
Arrive! and dining cars on alii their trains and
give theti\ patrona an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere,
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
134 Third St. cor AM" Portland. Or.
Opera House Bookings.
The Irish Alaskan     March 18
The Senoriba  March 19
Under the British Flag  March 24
A Royal Slave  March 2(3
Si_ in New York   April 1
Taylor Stock Co April 2, 3, 4
The   Burgomas.ter    .April .
San Francisco Opera Company in "The
Toymaker"   April 11, 15
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
UHtlth Columbia Coast Lln��
Service.
TIME 1 ABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S   Princess May.
Princes.    May    leaves    Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 ami
April 4.
VA-a-OOUVER-VICTORlA  ROUTE.
SS   Princess  Victoria
Leaves  Vacouver  1:30  p. m-  daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:3�� a. m- dally except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except Monday; arirves Victoria * a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
88. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver i:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVER.
Ramon a���
Prom N. W. Tu., Th., 3at. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Bun.. Wed.. Prl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday,  Friday  and  Saturday  at  2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham -Bland Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave l.adner at
5  p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
.From-Victoria 11 p.m.. 1st and 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 0. m., 2nd
_nd 16th of each tnonta, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
ETC.
8. S. Queen City.
From Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. everj
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   MANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. ta.
Por reservations and .ntonnatloa
call or address
BT> OOULET,
Anent, Kew Weetwinntnr
B. J. COTLB.
���'.���st. 0��n. Paaa. Agent. Vancouver.
idvr. TROTJP,
Contra] auportatende-t. Vletorto.
were knocked down to him, Imagine
the astonishment of the maritime
world when the Dorothea was reported
iiilllnx liitn Delaware bay. Tbe apprentice sold his prize for enough to
start bim In business, nnd for years
'< tbe house thus founded was one of the
leaders ln enterprise and resources In
the Quaker City. But at nil times the
head of tho firm and his family successors made a point of owning and
operating a ship named the Dorothea,
which name also was always given to
the oldest daughter In each succeeding
generation.
Shortly before the Spanish war, however, the then head of the house was
In failing health, and the only hope of
saving his life, he was advised, was to
live at sea. Accordingly, he gave an
order to the Cramps for a large and
luxuriously appointed yacht, to be
eallod the Dorothea, of course, and no
expense was spared ln her construction
and equipment. Unfortunately, death
.ame to the owner before his yacht
was quite finished, and the government
paid n fancy price for the Dorothea
early Id 1898. *
With the close of the war there was
no purely naval duty for which the
Dorothea was fitted, and yet the gov-
i eminent did not wish to sell her, be-
I cause there was no possibility of get-
| ting a price for her anything like what
I she had cost. Rhe was accordingly
j laid up until the naval reserves suc-
I eeoded In convincing the navy depart
j ment that they were entitled to her.
Wonders of Machinery.
Dependence upon machinery is becoming almost an Instinct among the
workmen of a steel mill. A boy who
was sweeping the floor of a Pittsburg
mill,' for example, found his path obstructed by a ten ton machine which
bad not yet been put lu its place.
"Hello. Jim." he called to a laborer,
"come here and move this machine
back about ten feet. I want to sweep
under lt."
Jim moved a traveling crane until it
stood over the machine and lifted the
20,000 pound obstacle out of the way
as easily as if lt were a box of cigars.
Tbe boy went on with his sweeping aa
If nothing extraordinary had happened.
He was a Pittsburg boy and accustomed to miracles. And electricity,
which Is a new force���sixteen yean
old ln steel mills���will perform its
greatest deeds lit the future.���Mon-
sey's.
Passing of Crumb Brushes.
The doom of the household crumb
brush has been authentically pronounced. Napkin and tray now comprise the outfit for relieving the dinner table of crumbs. By the adoption
of the latter system lt is contended that
the likelihood of bread particles becoming fugitive ls minimized. Another objection cited to the continuance of the
time honored brush method ia that
dust accumulates In the bristles and
in due course* circulates around the
board. Hotel restnurauts first called
tbe halt in this direction, anil gradually
guests cottoned to the new Idea, eventu-
nlly Introducing the reformation In
their owu homes.���New York Fress.
The Esperanto Congress.
An article In a Berlin paper on the
Esperanto congress, which will take
place nt Cambridge In August, says:
"There will be more than 3,000 delegates present, representing nearly every country In Europe, and the proceedings will show what progress the
universal language has made. In order to show one feature which has uot
beeu largely dwelt upon, a Shakespearean tragedy has been translated
into Esperanto and will be performed
while the congress ls ln session. For
practical purposes the policemen and
the waiters ln the large restaurants
wlll learn tbe language, so that they
may converse with tbe delegates from
Btlier countries-"
A Pour Dscker Sea Pis.
A huge sea pie was servod to a party
.f fifty guests at a feast at Gorleston
at which the member for Yarmouth
was present. It was made by an old
trawl skipper and weighed a hundredweight and a half. It was a four decker and was boiled ln a vast caldron
for several hours. The keel was laid
with beef bones, and there was a triple
bulkhead of short crust, the bunkers
being filled with beefsteak and os
kidneys. There were holds also stored I
with meat, onions, carrots, turnips and
potatoes, and the hull was constructed!
of a substantial short crust that alonol
took a stone and a half of Sour.-- i
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MONDAY, march i6
GOING FISHING?
Get Your
TACKLE
-AT=
Moreys
Season Opens Monday, March 16th.
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturfevanf s Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., Ne��: Westminster
Telephone 83-
COLLEGE MAKES POOR
SHOWING IN FOOTBALL
Three Teams Commenced
Season with Fine Prospects
-Now Talk Basketball.
"The JUNIOR"
SPRAY and FORCE
..PUMP..
No foot rest, clamp or other
fastening rewired to hold this
Pump in position. Solid Brass
suction and valves���no leather
or packing to dry up and give
out.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia
St.,
ster,
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
Barg
ams in
Lots
Good lot on Sixth avenue, near
Fourth street! street back and front;
good soil.   This is a snap at 9350.00.
Large lot on Fourth street near Firm
avenue; only underbrush to be cleared.
Soil Al.   Price $450 cash.
Malms, Coulthard & Co. w.
JL H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
The two sanies Saturday ended the
rorst season of football that Columbian college has experienced for sev-
tia! years. For the last few years
Columbia lias been a winner in football, but neither of the three teams
put in the field for lSuT-US. won any
glory for Itself; the rugby team, the
first in the history of the school, lacking experience; the intermediate team
played poorly to start with and d:d not I
improve though to finish except at the
bottom, .and the juniors had general
hard luck the entire year, although
they whipped into fairly good shape
for the last couple of matches. If any
particular reason can be assigned to
the poor showing it i.s the new gymnasium: basketball, physical training,
and the various amusements to be
had from it, dividing the athletes'
tune so that football never received
its due attention, and a resume of the
���various games played shows "lack of
practice" to be the chief criticism for
osch one. i
The intermediate association game
a; Brockton Point. Saturday, when the
college opposed the Celtics, resulted
in a draw. In the first half each side
scored twice, neither scoring in the
last. Charley Watson, who played
1 rilliantly for the locals, made each
��� of their points. The game was
monotonously uniform, except at the
very start, the co-ed rooters in the
grandstand attracting more attention
than the teams. Burns, who kept goal
for C. M. C, made fl fine showing.
Scott, of Vancouver, refereed.
The college line-up was: Goal,
Burns; full backs, W. E. Williscroft
and B. Teague; half backs, Nixon,
Eouck and W. J. Jones; forwards,
Steffens, Fuller, J. Houle, C. F. Watson and W. Mowat. Celtic line-up:
Goal, McColl; full backs, Leadenbam
and.Pinke; half backs, Wilson, Ironsides and Murray; forwards, Smith,
FItzpatrIck, Scott, McKay, Buchanan.
The standing of the teams In the
Intermediate league now Is:
W. L. D. Pta.
Celtics    8     0     3   17
Vancouver A. C 7     2     ?   17
'. Shamrocks 7     2     3   14
Thistles .'5     4     2
of the game. It was a hard fought
match and very interesting for the onlookers, the play not being at all onesided, for the students many times
pushed past the Vancouver defence
and seriously engaged the attention of
the goalkeeper. One point was s:cmed
j- each half by the winners. The
Westminsters most conspicuous for
their srood work were N*. Kenny in the
forward line and Myers at full back.
The referee was J. Hazlett. of Westham Island.
The players for Columbia were:
Goal. H. Betts: full backs. Meyers and
Latimer: half backs, A. Pound, Prouty
and H. Drainey: forwards, N. C.
Kenny, J. Drainey, Dickie, C. C
Smith and Priest. Those for the Sham-
recks were: Goal, Alberts; full Lacks,
Rogers and Hall; half backs. Arnot.
Duncan and W. Betchtel; forwards, H.
Eetchtel, Shore, Ingilis. Store and
Butchart.
The standing of the teams In   this
league are as follows:
P. W. L. D. F. A.Pts.
Shamrocks    8    7    1    0 14    3 14
Westham   Island..8    6    2    0 12 10 12
Columbian college.7   3    ..    1   6 10   7
Westminster ..  ..7   2   6   0   5 10   4
Queen's  school   . . S    0    7    1    0   4    1
Although the game Saturday did not
finish the season's schedule, yet it decided  the championship  in  favor    of
the Shamrocks.    The Shamrocks Will
now go to Victoria to play the North
Ward junior team of that city in the
first of three  matches  for the championship of British Columbia.    These
I two games Saturday have now made
. Vancouver the holder   of    all    three
i soccer   championships   for   the   mainland.
A basketball game between the Y.
i M. C. A. and C. M. C. which was   to
have been played    Saturday   evening
was cancelled by the Vancouver team.
_e
Mayor Sued for Slander.
Tacoma, March 15.���Col. A. J. Anderson, accused by Mayor Wright of
petty grafting, today brought suit
against the mayor for $5000 damages
for defamation of character. The suit
ls the outgrowth of political personalities.
This Date in History.
March 16.
M5I.0���First assembly of   New   Ham-
ahire met at Portsmouth.
1689���Habeas Corpus act    suspended
for tbe first time in England.
1750���Caroline Herschel,   astronomer,
born.   Died January 14, 1848.
12 ! 1799���Napoleon laid unsuccessful siege
ALARMING !!
Have a peep at our ALARM CLOCK  WINDOW,
Then come Inside and !e properly ALARMED.
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, I!ni5^i?_  j
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES ��
***********************************%*
Columbian college   4     3     2   10
(The Shamrocks and the Celtics lost
two points each for playing unregistered players.)
The Columbian college junior team
had worse luck than the Intermediates,
losing their game with    the    Sbam-
! rocks  at  Cambie  strfet  grounds,  by
two goals to nil.    The Irishmen won
i bv  general   superiority  in   each  part
to Acre.
1815���Kingdom of the .Netherlands
eonsfle��ted, and William of
Orange proclaimed king.
1867���Mexico evacuated by the Fiench.
1S73���Lillian Blauvelt, prima donna
soprano, born in Brooklyn.
1S88���Lazare Hippolyte Carnot, French
statesman, died. Born April
6, 1801.
Three Dependabh
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Cloths at Special
Prices
We anticipated a great demand for plain clotha      ��� _ ,_
��� ���������- ue in
quiries of the past few weeks justifies our action in buying thei
stock we are now showing.
We offer this  week  THREh   SPECIAL   VALUES   l.\   vf\;T
ANS AND BROADCLOTHS���Cloths which  we reoommei
extra value and pronounced wearing qualities.    Ask to  -     r,,. ,
ous shades in these lines.
Our Special
Champion Venetian Cloth
90c per yard
A tine French Venetian which  wil'  not spot with  the rain    u
inches wide;  shown in shades of    Navy, Brown, Cardinal, <      ��� h
gen Hlin. and Black.
Our price, per yard	
50c
Fine French Venetian
$1.25 per yard
The best cloth for the money in our Dress Goods Department-
thoroughly dependable for the most stylish costume; all shades of
Navy, Brown, Green, Cardinal, Grey, Copenhagen Blue, Fawn, and
Black; spot proof and a permanent  finish.
German Broadcloth
$1.50 per yard
A Cloth with a beautiful soft, permanent finish, and of fin. Ut
ture. We recommend this cloth on account of its superior wvari.e
qualities; 54 inches in width, and shown in shades of Drown, Nary
Cardinal, Green and Black.
Full range cf NEW BRAID    TRIMMINGS.    GUIPURE    INSERTIONS and FINE LACES on display  this  week.
W.S.CoHister&Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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THIS WEEK.
A Large Range of STYLES and  PRICES
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. Last
ear lenves at 11  p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes arte., commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: CarB leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half paBt and fifty minute, after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a. m.
8unday Service   nal.nouriy between 8.80 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Stylish Showing in Women's Tan Shoes
������������   FOR   SPRING  ���.���.���
Funny thing Fashionis! Last year one felt positively ashamed
to wear tan shoes; this year every new style is tan.
TAN   BOOTS! TAN   SHOES!
France is aglow already with tans, New York is in the swim,
and the disease has attacked our shoe store, where tans for women are holding sway. And what could be nicer? Nothing
looks nearly so smart as tan shoes below a blue, white or a
brown skirt, and these are the predominating spring shades.
The arbiters of fashion shoes would have blundered greatly
(under such circumstances) had they decreed anything but tan
for spring wear. Yes, the voice of fashion says tan, and this
store responds with the finest assortment of tan footwear ever
displayed. The styles are most fascinating ��� yet so varied.
Come in light and dark shades of tan with uppers of vici kid,
Russia and willow calf skin. They are beautifully finished and
fit comfortably the first time you put them on.
$3,   $3,5Q,   $4,   $4.5Q,   $5,   $5.50,  $6
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