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 ui'., whiles & Cc
FIF?.   INSURANCE
tvv' WESTMINSTER, B. C
MBER
Shiles & Co
L ESTATE
Phone 85
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ED EQUIPMENT HORDE 0! HINDUS IS   BOARD OF TRAItf HUM
: ^'[STMWSTEIi   HM<W M0N7EAGL.1 r W
TEN  Cl N'TS PER WEEK.
ihone Co.  Wouitl Two Thousand   Turbanned;
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\ imients Here. Te        -v.   \-atai  Act<
(���in di
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Daily Freight Service.
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���  in-tation ami   lostal com-
   m"' !     \     |..-e.   ,-h-ii'-
 _ report stated The commit-
. ' ���'   ' '   tt a dally fretgh1
Largt  Attendance and Enthusiasn   ,~i._played Augurs  .Veil B,mi     the a. N/_t
train .is at. preSe_t.     -'
ITS ANNUAL MM
THORNTHWAITEHAS
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telephom
.hipped  to tin.-  ell
. -. .,   :.      lllnj   Ii iii thi
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For Work of Organization During 1908 ��� J. A
Cunningham Elected Present���.Lengthy
and Interesting Ren"K Read.
irtto Will Bring Forward Another Resolution
on Asiatic Immigration.
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leetln the    N 'w
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the enthusiasm  that
he   d - oughoul
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oil ���   forclbl
it   o     the
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dis ������'���- lioi   ' h
tn ���     o    '������      immit-l
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mi wlrlcl   might
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principally ,,; prival ���!���, ,.,,pon
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annoir_cemoni  by the
itlnuanee of   the
rep"; "'"I u  run fo '
^^M ���'���     '.-nil   contract      The
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Ol tin��� coninr- ��� ��� ���
���  ' and Victoria,   sta':       I
������ iragement had been rec Ived  the aci I r      I    tl rn B.
th    C. P. It. officials and ui c. railwa -, w.
li    tic measures be taken, nnrl
Delta Mall  Service.
.......
the meetin I     Ki nnedj
^^Htbat        the enj__________I
... matter8 thi '     "'    Hawthorntnwa I
he contract would expire for,^
���  n wai
���   o     mi   ui  in-
-��� v.   WestmrnBter tele-
.....    been . i
^^^���M^^H^  *8-l��ed
:i1"1 wll; ' ' ��� : ' on th      i_i  f���r
:i1' ' ������    ":      " ' ' ������    wh-  woul   ��� ' ...   in-
orl
monti
rylng of the ma I point
river, ani thi ( 1'. R. hatl
tood, d Irop theii
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whlcl
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tal   ��� mail   ��� ould have
.    o   ' it  md this
bi    ii I      '<-ked
Seating that the matter ������ taken". ,   "   H"?S' *" '
' "   '     Victoria board of trad        -    '" ���W*yB.
-ting :
een obtairie_, the member at Ot-
-   :->   tl matter, ...
,   n  li-.. on  all
-
Mi   ���         I led thai me other c :
-.   Indu to    plnci
���   t]     Victbrfti -oitte   and tl
:������'���'.'.  means of eommui
ea] and optimism.
         Limit Committees to Three.
office should : e made t'ne  a*51  antl   h' such   -    'esnlt   was
ning vessel. Sup
���
.    :: Clark-, chief immigration officer ror the _n__^^^__ ^^^^^
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no i
had ��� 'ri.'
i .   nnwleldly comn
���
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���   , :
Natal
-
ct  nf  a resolution   m< vi d  by
A   W. McLeod, and oarried  thai  fhe
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..    central, i��ee and Chief Cons&able Campbell, ��� ��'    ,Wt
regressing ,ai_J
thi   i     utiesj j^,p
,i ...        . hey will bi
In
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I   ������   igh he
������!.,  rettbrl was adop
i   an '       ��� ���     '       ubjeci
a_fh_n__d   to nan
Is company put a i
the new  railway  belongs,    declaring
that   the promoters oi  the line were
no friends of the working inan.   The
i "I adjourned.
Hawthornthwaite will,   probably tomorrow or Friday, I ring  forward    a
lution that will reopr n thr; whole
tlon of Asiatic Immigration,
.',ti act to further airii nd thi   .
lown
This !: '-��� a tbe rate   of
-   bi   the as-
 I author",- ���    ���	
ii the route;  had the C. P.   '.                      "   :'"'  or two to go to VI '                    i _c_j-t in
���������         com letTiy "fl                     :   -h    board   there   ivltl ���     led for by th.  aci oi
'i   dom     ���    n    hli     ai   ���   ��� setting  a  ttetter sei vtci   '   Trusl   cdhi_ian
���   and the n;ai!    er le    aloi                 '''   ,wo cities, I      cond   eaxllng without dls-
Improve the  Streets. cuss: m. The university act -
ndueed to it                     ab-                  '    (pal cbhimittee i mi '   "1"i,;''i It-    ���    Ir h  irntil
Yesti :'da>    the    iieuti .
en in   each
it yet i will bi
would not
^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^A: give
'      ' '       '     ' '* chairman after
C. p, r. ,1:;..i ��� oi rd on    the' gobd
new thi  eontracl       "mi  tacorptirated  in  thr     i
.,.���,, ���   -.    .���I"., emndations to
the -1 tter, an-;  ��� brought l efore  the  citj    c mncil.
bi s-hl   ���       ;    '  "''"��� " '   lmI
M. ]     -    hi   neai  Cut tire the city, the boul
Le   Baron's   Report, ven_e, tbe imptovemen;
!���       ....   Gilley  reported    vei "'      '"!:!  "f cleanfng tho    city
of the   eommunil'. p    :]> Lnivl.  ,.    Ra).0_   },.(d  h.lmi,,,    ���       nsiriufon   of   r
'    n who pith,.,  ���--.
J of tl
rhairman I
__, . _, , With thi   M ,       ���   was called upon bv the president   to
s expect to will' nir.
concrete
Mb report and the committee appoint-   sidewalks on hoth sides or  .olirmhln
t ������)   ���   deal with the ma   - de-     ''" '   ;'r don'of the ire limits
the follot ���"������
havi bi en pai i    the openln
Immigration, oaths, pur-
lale and Transfer of goods in
���    convictions,    Carmei
Gret nwooa   city
tnaatei    and
Vtci   .-ia   ceme-
orai   ���   '! ���   city 01  Chilli'
wack,
.iii?  some
Boon    ii    ' . -
i -
dying
1   cidi     ���    ��� ���     Wavor Ket ��� ....     . ,,n Ifl��� urif.t __ ^ -,
the ; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lUUTE USED BY
BANDITS
stealing $12,000 From
ink, Quintette Delies
Imed Citizens and Police
M>-. Feb. 12.T<-Securlng
' i dynamiting    ind
I thr  $9000 building ol
n . Mechanics' bana In
��� Hts, heavily armed,
town here early today.
- i anglng shots with aev-
: izens, escaped    to   the
"Hy south of here.   No one
either the shots or tho
in,
ling of i'.h' vault rn' the
I    the    town nnd    the
' i to the bunk  build-
I vi i in time to see the
away,     Some     of     the
'Pened   Are,  which   was    re-
ugitives.   Cashier .1. \v.
lid the thieves had Becun fl
'""hie cash In the bank. Th,,
completely wrecked and
!fing structures shatter-
tploslon.    Tin. sherlfT    of
anlzed ;i posse, bul as
ecured a good mart,
prosbect of their being
SEVEN DROWN WITH
HELP NEAR AT HANI1
Vancouv" :.   I', Mews of    the
v ning of seven men, a ��hite man
and six in lians   wai     - . I y Captain
I', ri. : ke, ol  thi   slooii i ulu, Bshlng
John
for n_]fbul in the north, to his Bather,'
r.  I.,  ci irkr. ol    the    Stanl 3    pari.
pavilion.     The   drowned   men   wet-
wrecked from a Bchoonei on a reef off
Queen     Charlotte   Islands,
Clarke was   an eye-witne��
Wl
ill'
them.
ll<- was in fl lisliinu acliooner nnd It
took  half an hour    to sail    to    the
nd    failed    to    respond;
reing stated that    __.|th ...   ft_ aTg-in���tat- for an ,ppro.        von   on the north, restrictions  ns
committees ba^i found no work to do .   ._   ,                   Improve-   th,     lass oi' buildings to be erected in
Such reports as were! ��� ,                                           .                            naitm of the streel
or had nol met
' ver, showe. thai much
��� en expended upon them
by the respective comn,. ..   -     p;ns
-��� tl  valual le suggestions, all of
deal! with by tlie vari-
,i,;'-���--    and    1 ronght   before
-.:  meeting for laelion.
Election   of  Officers.
if.i in the clio.ee
of .1.   \   Cunningham    as    pres.dent,
\. 1.- .   .. -  vici   , i - Bidi nt, and  A.
t,   \\ h tr   s -   -��� ��� retarj.   The council
ot  the board wlll consist of the olfl-
cei -  ol  the board  and  i hali men of
commuters    The committees Will not
Captain   |���, Q^med until the next regular nieet-
of   the  (1)g   ., committee '.eins appointed, to
���rk.   fVlthough lie tried hla hardest   consist of the president, vice-presiddttl
could noi get close enough to beip!iinil Beetetttryi ,,, nominate
for the
i-ii s ulna	
of only three members.    An amend
Victoria, Feb, 12,    I. H, Hawthornthwaite is the lati  i
���foot-of-the-thronr���"     enidi mlc     n. m
which the premier suffered so s rl
ly last year.   The ineiAber for .\'-u.;i
government,    Mr.        ; v_ce,  thr   extndfhi.  ol a  fi-an-
d Wo report., om cdvi e to a corporation which    #6uTd
,h.    ���   ih and the other the south   ':' ���  a better gas service.   The report   mo gives notice of a resolution priy-
..        \ ... _e_   'he complaints   ne-iinst   the   ,nK the imperial  governrtienl   to    ap-
��� thai -i public meeting be called,  '���    phone service, and asserted    that   ',oinr a ro-va' eommlsslo'n  tr' inquire
. was  fell that such ������- step was   thr    itj  was not obtaining sufficient   into the violation or tin   immigration
ec-ssar:   that   tht     .itizen      had      venue from the waterfront lots. The  laWs, because such violations endan'-
- idj   hi! lorsed thi   mc   m at " a i received and will be dis   ?ev  'n(?  Anglo-Jiapanese   treat;,     and
thai   th,   di pbtatlOfl   hiigBl    feel ed -main.
Bed  thai  the cititens    were    ai Road improvements.
.' ���     i-ack. bads ml briiigi s   commltl e
��� I'-.ina on  ilie  question.   Robert rl   I    that    meat    improvements
wen- -fade)   wij  on the Lulu   island
Rd   t    ��� ���   '���  tl I i ��� 'nit In brihgliig
i.,,. farmers of SteVesfoii to the
to    trade     The  committee ���       '   '
nvmhers
ine stated that the time for tfllk-
had passed, ahd the time for action come.    Many resolutions had al
been forwarded to Ottawa re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gar ding the matter, and the govern thai the prettier and TV. Mnnson, M.
menl  was therefore perfect!.  coghl_-| P. P., ._ approached td have opened
ant   Hint   the public  were  anxious for up a  ' Hdge trail around the head  of
stan.linn  committees for the  the taking of such a efeepi   The neMon Port M-__* to tti. wa_dh road,   which
year, a committee to consist   ,,|  ,1,,. committee was endorsed. would  permit a  large number of set-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H                Reports. oi,  the  far side of the inlet  to
chore were then dropped and Captalnl!^ *!! "!" '���""""i',,7 ';\,iml,etl     The retiring president rear! his re-   .each this side without crossing the
11 ��� i to  live  iiieml ers  was defeated   hv
Clarke, with two companions, iroi into
,i   dorj   and   tried   to  go  llimui'li     the
vlciulty of the wreck.    All Hirer
nil
ini
I
|lch Strike Excites Nome.
1-.���Alaska's    richr-st
ick on  the Tundra,
Davts, avsragea $��o to the
.1   r-normous- ones.
:-'   fifty   feet    wtde.
'���'.' the discovery.
breakers to the wreck, ah attempts
railed, and the sehoonei having ills
appeared, things looked very blue, but
a  cornet   WEfl  blown  as 0  signal    an I
('a;.tain Clarke finally managed to
pick up the schooner, which had lost
two anchors.
a iina.1 attempl al rescue by means
Of a  line on  a. barrel, was  frustrated
by the wrecked vessel going to pleoes,
Captain Clarke and his comrades waiter] for two hoars in hopes that some
of the men mlRht be found clinging to
pieces of wreckage, but they were all
drowned.
a   jrirt of the year's work, and also read water.    The mayor  had  Informed the
|v��teof 16 to 10,    The newly elects-  ft letter Written by Secretary While to committee thai th. city    would    on-
officers   luiefly   thanked   lhe   meeting   the Monetary Times, a comprehensive deavOf to put all the main street-- !n
for tlie honor accorded tlir-m.                I review   of  the   industrial  standing  Of shape this year.
Bome objection  to  Wednesday as a   Hie city, and  Its many  attractions  to Several other reports of less Interest
nigh! of meeting was raised and   the  the homeseeker. and the resources of were also submitted and received,
secretary  wns  instructed  to ascertain   the SUrfOtinding country.    The  presi- Three new  members were admitted
thr-  Individual  opinions  of  the mem-   dent was complimented by the mover to the board, ('. W. Tait. .1   Vf. D.-ivi-
an I  lsn/io Hudson.
Secretary's  Report.
The financial statement for lh-^ past   year  as  certified  b yyour  auditor  Is
as  f lllOWS:
Receipts
To balance February 12, Idol  $::\i   g
Chilliwack property, account principal    fl."  00
Chilliwack property, account interest.      i-	
Entrance subscriptions      lOO.OO
Miner Is Killed.
Frank, Alta., Fab. 12. Daniel Mc
Nell, a miner, was killed yesterday in
fhe west end collerleR.    He was in the
act of Iposenlng the coal shnte when
thi coal began to move, and smothered him.
Membership fees        434.50
674.50
$1059.29
<<
:     -'���:-     -.     ',;... .��� ��� ���
This Is My 61st Birthday"
the
George  B.  Davis.
���    '������   ������>'     -���    jtulse-advocate-general
was  born  February  1:1. 1st:, nt  Ware.  Mass.  Af-
:     ��  from West Point   in   1871  he  pursued  a OOtrfM  of
imbian nx-versfty.   in his career of more ��m_ I
'General Da.vi3 ,-ose through  the  various _.__res 6o
;ln'l ww serrtse in many parts of ihe count ry.    Be
"'prnatl' " ""* ��f th* foremnst American .mthorities on military
'"-   l��w and has wrirt.Pn  S,..V(M���,    1;^|<s    (1<,.,|ins. ^efi
, X yew a��0 Oei,,.:ii riavis was one of the American
"   "1H  ^r��nd I it.ernati-on.al Peace Conference held at
Disbursements.
Secretary's salary, lncfodlrig office andtelephofle	
Advert ising	
Postcards and stamps       11.00
Insurance         5  _g
Deputations     ii'
Telegrams      Hi.ni
Communications.
A communication was receiv, d ( 1 tu
K. M. t!arncross, C. M. C. of Surrej
municipality, stating that the council
had written to Messrs. Oliver, M. P.
P and (Jifford. M. P. P.. requo-tiny
tn' government to construct the road
r ,cyrd from th.- bridge around
Brownsville hill to the Yale road and
to repair the Yale road. The board
was asked to co-operate. The endorsa-
seriously affect labor Interests, Tl
is not a word kboiit the lieutenant-
governor and his contract with the
Canadian Nippon Supply company, but
it is more than Buspected that the
Socialist loader is coming about on
a new tack with a view of bringing
his honor's action before the House,
Another motion by Mr. Hawthornthwaite. that, ordering an inquiry into
in'aches of the coal mines regulation.
art. comes up this afternoon. Mr.
Oliver returns to the charge on the
Immigration question. Ilelieving that
the evidence demonstrates that the
efforts of the govetntnent to enforce
the former immigration act during the
short period of Its life were of the
most perfunctory character, asks that
the evidence taken by the select committee which Inquired into the matter
in 190-1 be printed and returned, Mr.
McPhllllps asks >a nnuibcr of questions
on t'ne enforcement of the shops regulation act, which is systematically
violated and to amend which Dr.
Young has brought. In a bill. The list
of amendments to thr' university 1 111
I continues to grow, Mr. Henderson be-
! Ing responsible for a large number ol
1 them.
BIG   AUTOMOBILES
START ON WORLD TOUR
n was granted and the letter re-1 New york> Feb i_._Three automo-
100.00 ferred to the roads and bridges com- : Mi!sts ln a 1)lK foreign car, started
12o.no i mlttee to act. | yesterday on the 22,000 mile overland
Shipmasters'   asso- 1 journey from New York to Paris.   The
rom    the    Pulitzer
stags   of t'he
Furniture	
Subscription  Fraser river improvetn. n'
Post ige md stationery 	
Typing sundry  memorials  	
.Ian iter	
Vancouver     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
elation  wrote stating that they were ! S(;a-t was made   fr
���ling the Dominion government  building nnd the Mrst
to s.aid  an engineer to Trail  islands   journey will be completed at Pniladel-
"11!
Karried
Balance rash mi hand  $ 0..29
Balance ,'ash In bank . . .' 197.0-1
���
$1059.29
The regular monthly meetings have been held during the year and    In
iiiditlon three meetings of the council and two special meetings.
The attendance at the regular meetings has heen fair ranging from 8
to 22, the average being ll.   Total member-hip 95, a net increase of 5 over
[ftBt year.
(6.00    to  report  on  the' building    of iireak
K111.60   waters  connecting the islands;    thus
.10.00   increasing the size and safety of the
5.00   islands.   Much loss had been ocension-
26.00 I ed to coast log owners and they    de
-������   sired  the  influence of the  board  In
the  matter.    Their  petition  was  endorsed by the board.
President's Report.
Oenilemen,���According to the custom of my predecessors, I   have   the
honor to submit to you this my annual report.
I cannot present to you as flowery
a picture as the last president did, although  1  believe you will all   agree
$ 768.96
$ 290.38
pbia. From the Pennsylvania city the
automobilists will strike out. straight
across the continent. The occupants
of tbe car are Eugene D. Louvier,
Maurice Droeghe and Max Hohmann.
The regularly organized New York to
Paris run with three French, one
Italian, one German and one American
entrance was started" at 1 a.m. today.
 ' .,"���-",,"i.-*v,--.,--.,���*,,--.,--,"-.,���-,,���-,,������..������.,-.."/,-., ->   ' -' - "
A. E. WH.1TE, Secretary-Treasurer.
(Continued  on  Page  Four.l |
Death Sentence Commuted.
Monte Carlo, Feb. 12.���The death
sentence against Mrs. VMSTet Goold,
who with her husband was convicted
of the murder of Emma Levin here
last summer, has been commuted to
imprisonment for life.
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THL'    V      F��a-3.1*_
Three Types of
Engines Are
Under Test
NEW YEAR'S IN THE ORIENT
Wfashlngton, D. 12.���Much
Interest
pari menl In the trial of the new .- mt
cruiser Chester, w! ... to 1 pl_-e
the latti i   pari of
New England    coast,    .he    Chester,
-,' hich is to ti: ���   place the   atl -r part
of this week off the   New    England
coast.    The Chester,  with her si   ���
ships, the Salem an ! ll;i iningliam.
of a type entirely new to the Ami
navy.    The Chester ta the    lirsl
have Its trial.   The Birmingham �� II
lie trn-d  next  month, bui  the S
has  ie i a delayed and  probablj   .   I
not hi I: fal run until sumii
.   ���   inti rest   in the scoul    i    i
lies in the fact   tl
-,i ive  i h"  same  lines,  the  i
: ;      and 1 he sami   estimati d
each l: is motive power radic i
.:,; from thi  othi r.   In the -
ships the naval officers   ������ II have   an
;.- nl   chance
themsel,'- the relation    iel ���   en the
turbim   and the n ting < ttgini -.
Als i thi reciprocating engini - i iaj ��� e
compared with two distinct types of
turL'ne engines an l ln the final anal) sis to be �� ' ut the nav; le-
partment will be In .. position I i kn .w
whether the old-style reciprocating
engine is the equal of either the Parsons or the Curtis turbine engihe.
The Sail m Is equipped with reciprocating engines, and the Chester has
the Parsons turbine. When all three
vessels have been tuned up a series of
runs will be held t > determine their
relative merits. The results will probably have cons;.; Table influence in
determining the engineering policy of
the navy department in the matter of
battleship equipment hereafter.
Tit.    Greetings   and    the    Presents    In
China and Japan.
The roost wnii.ic-rfnl ceremonies connected with the new year occur in China and .Inpan. A Chinese city presents
a busy and attractive spectacle on
New Year's day. Tbe streets ar<?
tliron^'ed with people dressed ln gala
attire. The mandarins are known by
the red, blue, white and gilt balls nil
their cap-. Gentlemen of rank and
wealth are carried In palanquins. When
:'. ., meet they greet each other
with "Knng-hl! Kung-bi!" which
means. "1 respectfully wish you joy."
But instead of shaking hands iu the
American fashion each grasps hla own
bands, lifts them as high ns bis chin
aud with a sweeping motion throws
them down as low as possible, bending the body at the same time. This
Is the mode of salutation among the
Chinese, At tbe dawn of New Year's
day the visits of congratulation begin,
ami New Year's gifts are scut to par
tlcular friend-;, always accompanied by
a visiting ticket of red paper, on Which
are written the name of the donor and
a list of the presents sent These consist usually of silks. iin<- tea, sweetmeats, ornaments of personal wear,
toys and souvenirs of various kinds
In Japan the custom is to send letters
on rice paper to those in distant places,
conveying the formal expression of the
New Year's greetings. Presents of
cooked rice, roasted ;��r-as, oranges and
Qgs are offered lo every one -Leslie's
Weekly.
"Drummlnfl" in Mexico.
Cheap traveling men who ear,
pick up orders in a brisk and breesj
fashion in tlie west and southwest
of our own country are not the men
rl'.o may be expected to do business
In Mexico. The professional 'iius-
fler" i.s quite apt to be of no use
down here. Men of education an.
Culture, with gentlemanly manners
and a knowledge of the language,
Us people and their customs, are the
?or' of traveling men American
firms need (fot only for tliis country,
but for all Spanish America.���Consul J. A. Le Hov of Durari-O.
A Plain That Wai a Sea.
During a recenl trip to Peru a
member of the United States geological survey observed near Lomas
a plain from ten to fiffeen miles
broad stretching between the mountains and the seash ire and elevated
500 or 600 fe<' above tide water,
wrh ch not very long ago, as time ������'
reckoned by geologists, was a part
of the I ottom. This plain still
retain- ' ostii _ relics of the
days when ii was the home nr haunt
of ocean monsters. S :attered among
its sands and pebbles, the inhabitants frequently find the teeth of
sharks and occasi mally turn up the
jaw bones of whales. With the latter t! .-' construe! cm tifixe . whose
while forms are conspicuously placed
on headlands.
A   De!.,e.d  Theater.
The Center theater, in Berlin,
was the Bcene of an extraordinary
sensation the other ni jht. There
was a crowded house, and the curtain was aboui to rise on Strauss'
Tlederinuus," when all at once
heavy jets of water began to deluge
the stage like a torrent from the
hose pipes. The scenery wus-wu.-h
ed down, the actors were driven ii
headlong flight from the wing-, ai ci
a flood rushed through the orchestra into the pit. A wild Btampede
followed, and the house had to be
dosed for the night. It was Hun
found that a new fireman had open
ed the stopcock of a Inrge reservoir
of water anil had not tlie presence
of mind to close it.
Polish   Editors  and  Jail.
Some Polish editors have a hard
time. In a parting word to his readers the retiring proprietor of the
Polish paper Gornoslazak says that
during the live years of the paper's
existence the responsible editors
have spent four and a half years in
prison, while $3,750 has been paid
a fines.
Chinaman Offers Reward.
Winnipeg, Feb. 12.���Lee Hop. representing several of the Chinese residents of Winnipeg, offered today
through the agency of the Winnipeg
police department, a reward of $250
for the arrest and conviction of the
murderers of Look Wing and Lee
Chow on December 13 last. The Chinamen are greatly Incensed over this
foul crime, and have decided to leave
no stone unturned to 1 ring thr- guilty
parties to justice.
CHOICE PEEF
'������m
Fresh Pork^Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning he?' orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily Newsy and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
CUSTOM GSADE
^  THE   .-.
BENCH MADE
111
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This Listof Shoe B
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A SMART SHOE FOR
WELL DRESSED WOMEN
NSTGrfS
Great Alteration
SHOE SALE
"Bargain Table Number One"
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IS pair  Men's  Brown  Wini ,   ' I Twcnl      ghl    pairs    Mens    '
";   "       ���    Boots '"r High  Merit Boots, made
36   pair   Men's   Invictus     Duk   Ba]
Waterproof Boots for   $4.25
Seventeen pairB George A. Slater's
Invictus   $6.00   Patents   for  Men,
;,-       $4.00
��� al   Coll
. . .   $4.00  a
12  pairs   "Packard"     M
(Boots   for   	
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" Bargain Table Number Two "
��� 30 pairs Ladies' American Qun Mot-
��� al Bluchers, our $4.50 line tor $3.00
���
a, 18 pairs odd sizes In Women a $4.50
��� and $5.00 Hoots for   $3X0
���
��� 52 pairs   Women's  Goodyear  Welt.
$4.50 Box Calf and Kid ii<'":
���
   $3 ���
Women's $5.00 Cloth Top ll"-.' ��� ���
    $v:   ���
airs  lefl I
Only a t>
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" Bargain Table Number Three "
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100 pairs iv'omen'a $3^00 to $4.00 Tan and   Black   Oxfords    mostly   size*
.i., to ::'_���for 	
38 pairs Women's Tan Kid $4.50 American  Oxfords  for
$1. :0
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"Bargain Table Number Four"
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��� Men's $4.5<> and $5.00 Hoots, in  Kid and  Hox  C ;l,    .��� .   new,  up-to-date ���
��� lasts���for, a pair   S3;:      ���
��� ���
��� 30  pairs  Men's $l.nu  and $4.50  Kid Bluchers       $3.C0      J
��� ���
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" Bargain Table Number Five "
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This  table contains  a  variety of Boys'  Boots.    Some    of    the    regular ���
%�������������������������������������������������������������������������������>
* prices on same were $2.r.O to $3.00.    Now  $1.50 a pair      ���
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" Bargain Table Number Six "
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Men's  Working Boots occupy this  table.   75 pairs Men's $'t.00 to $4.00 J
strong,  serviceable  Working  Hoot s, for   $2.50 a pair      ���
��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������.<������*������������<<:< $������������.���������������������������>���<-*���'
���>��������������� See the Baskets in tlie store for   2.".c and 50c���odds and ends.     ��
REMEMBER���
Our Sale is gradually bringing
itself to a close. We have now only
a few hundred pairs of shoes e-
maining on our Bargain TabLs,
and it's our intention to rush them
out regardless of cost.
Can you afford to miss this
Shoe opportunity ?
Johnstons!
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of Big Electric Butt. Look for Big Yellow Sign. New WestmW1' FSDav  rEB. 13. 1908.
THE DAILY Nl-.WS.
PAGE THREE
FOR	
JOB
I PRINTING
Go to
The Arrow Press
Windsor  Hotel   Block.
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second - hand taLies and supplies in'
stock.
R    H.   CLIBURN
;'!"!"     V2698. ?.  O.  Box  118;,
'  Ing    -lie; .   )'. :,,!,;-   St..
VANCOUVER
Messrs, Samuel  May  &
Co., Toronto.
The wonderful progress of Canada if illustrated bv the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Is tbe purest and tbe best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Immigration Is
Discussed in
South
r
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ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
The
Daily
News
BRING   BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
'���NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Hates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANi' ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   sale    to  a!i
onean points,
Special    R-diiced    Rat?*,    Round   Tri
Rates   to   Southern   California
i-'or full Ii   ii mation call on or V( i Ite
r\ E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
DO YOU POSSESS
lhat comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
���-_== =   The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is acce   i 1. when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
STAR! NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      p.  g,  LYLE,   Mgr.
CVIail Service
��* T���*m?. CRAKE
|eller.t Train Service Between
cago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
ltreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladles' Cold Watches from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's silver Watches, open
face, $6.oo.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 rip.
Agent for the celebrated South Henri
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Kxnedition.     Ml warranted.
Chflins.  Rinss, .lewelry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
rincipal business cent.r'rs of
*'        QUEBEC and  the MARL
'IME PROVINCES.
ALU. NEW YORK and.
:'ili.:^ilXs-alls "LfiNTIC STEAMSHIPS
geo. w va-x OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST^
Passenger anri Ticket
!    135 Adama St.. Chicago, III.
iins & Steamers
-SMI.  MAIN   LINE.
f       ���  Westminster S<35, 11:35,
'���'-". 18:40.
ive    ,\. iv     Westminster    10:25,
16 ;n- 18:25, 19:35,
���land    express    arriveB  12:45,
'���I  NORTHERN RAILWAY.
*   ��-2A a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
1 "  '-���'""' p-m.; ar, Seattle 10 p.m
W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
I w 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Jncouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
'; R.-PORT OtilCHON.
sew Westminster 3:50 pirn.,
j Gulchon 6 p.m.
|        ' h,"i 8 a. in., arrive New
istminster 8:30 .. rn.
���'        Wednesday, ami Fridays.
rci.rc CTRl C-VANOOTJVHR.
|New Westminster 5.50.  6.50.  1
r,'"- ;uul every halt hour there-
F U n. m.
iVaucouver ror Westminster at
peni-8
\"VKKTISE      19
~ IN ���
D A |  _ Y      NEWS
ft
EMPRESSES*
18.000  l EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN 114,B0U
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      T-MS
G-RBJAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY-
Now Is the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
EmpresB    next    soiling    trom    St.
.lohn, February 7th.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
0. P. R. Agent.
Dlsp il  hed by C. P, IL train al  8:35
ii. i,i . close s a. ni.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingd in
daily.
Millside No.   l,   dally   except 8un
day;   Sapperton   No,   I,  daily  <������������
Sunday.   Mails Received al 8:an p.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric rallwa;
Cq , T: l'i a. m.:
Vancouver, No,  1,  dailyexcep! Sun
Return mail received  10 a.m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.46 a.m.
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Port Kel!-i
ffazelmere, Hull's Prairie, Bonar-
cord, Blaine nnd Seattle (all points
In   Washington   anil   south,    also   all
Ints  in eastern  states),    dailv i ���
cepl  Sunday.    Return mails received
1 al    3.30   p.m,   Bonacord Wedni - Is
and Saturdays.
Clayton,  Tuesdays  and  Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Sa'ti'--
days.    Return  mall  received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched  by  B. C. Electric railway.
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver  No,   2;   victoria,  No.  1;
Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday
Return mail iecelvi d at '���'��� p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 o. tn.:
East Burnaby, daily except Sunday
Return malls received a* 1:10 p. in.
Dispatched by carrier 12-00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tuesdays and Fridays,   Return   mails   re-
r eivi 'i Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P". R. uoat 1:30 p.m.
daily   (rloses  daily .at  the  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     Port
Oulchon,    Steveston,   Sunbury,   diUv
except Sunday.    Return mails received  from ft a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday ami Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.   ���
No. :!, ami Burnaby
: ;!:H0 p.m.; daily ex-
Return mails  receive I
See Our Bargain Counter
c_-
Buys any article on t'he table consisting of a large variety
of China and Glassware ranging in price from'
35c to $1.00
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up.
-   reral Imn-
.,
ed Govt      .    N. P.
'
d      migi   tlon confer-
Manj  men ot prominence,   in-
tori Ign ambassadors,    gover-
     cil les    and
. "i numerou:
cial organizations, were Included    in
tlir- al . e,   The convention audi-
indsomi ly di >������ ith
tin national colors and presented a
most i . arance.
Governor Broward, in calling the
convention to order, explained the '���'<-
ject of the gathering to be to discuss
ways ami means to attract a de rable
r-l.-iss m Immli rani to tlie south, to
prevent thr- ccming nf the pauper and
criminal classes from Europe which
have  floodi d ol ���   tlon     ol    the
country, and to correct the alleged discrimination against the south in immigration matters by the n itlonal
government.
Many notable men have been secur-
��� i to iddrei the convention. Among
them are t'ne German, Italian and
S lanisn ambassadors, Henry Watter-
. of Louisville; E. ,1. Watson, com-
missioner of agriculture of Smith
Carolina, nnd Governor Holte Smith,
oi ' leoi gia, who recently made a tour
of Europe io study the immigration
tion.
ADAM5 & DEAN5
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
P-id-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
���������   E.   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD   General   Manager.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts  may be opened  and conducted liy mail with all branches rif this bank.
SAVINGS  BANK.  DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received, Interest allowed at current rates and
added quarterly. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NFW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
WE   HAVE���
DR. CLAYTONS
Dog Remedies
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
iThe famous Ju.I. ���
and Dog Fancier)
mtmim
At
Abo. FREE BOOK ON DOGS
Ryall's Drugstore
WESTMINSTER  TRUST  BLOCK.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
I!   \
ion WANT  HELP.
5���Asylum.
ti���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon anil Tenth.
}j���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Parli Row.
14���Columbia and   Duff-Tin.
lli���Sapperton.
2;t���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24�����..uii avenue anil Second.
2r,���Fifth avwie and Fourth.
2C���Fifth avenue and WRhth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
",2���A suns and Sixth.
34���gcnualse Machine Works.
.15���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.  Station.
Return     mall    ai
Vancouver,
Lake; closes
rept Sunday,
i't H p.m.
Burnaby    lake.
S p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To  southern    points,    dally  except
Sunday.    Return mall 11   p. ui.
DiBpatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p,
in., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received at  1   p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqultlnin, daily except Sunday. Return mall recelVeil at i p. m.
W.  R, Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  10. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DEmLERS  IN
Wellington Coal. Van. PortlanJ Cement, Rosebank Lime, 8. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Presse-I,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcralg Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Brck   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
i^ow to P.rfii.-m a Puzzling Trick With
a  Watcb.
The bewitched watch is a trick
that proves puzzling to r.inny people.
Borrow a watch from any one in
the company. Ask all your friends
to land around in a circle. Hold
Hi ��� v i tch to ' tie ju rson's ear and
gav: "II is going. Is that net so?"
;-    will sav. -Yes, that's so."
Hold il to tlie next person's en?
n  : "Now ii ia nol - oing.   tsn'l
th     so?".   He will say, "That's bo,
(oi I can't hear it going."
Fn all around the circle. One
pei -on will lind it going. The nexl
one will find lt not going.
The trick is done by means of a
loa ' tone whii h yon hold in one
hand. When you want the watch
to ptoj) going transfer it to the hand
containing the loadstone, which will
tnlmediately stop lhe niov-Nncnt ol
the works.
When you want it to go take it
out of that hand and shake it gently
irhil- doing so. It will slurt to go
ing again.
G_mo of Bookbinders.
J ii the game of bookbinders the
lender etands in the center of a circle. Each one holds out his hands,
pnivis upward, and upon them s
book is placed.
The leader then goes around th��
circle, catching up tbe books in
turn nnd trying with each book to
strike the hands that hold it.
Each one trios to withdraw his
hands before thev are struck.
The same leader continues until
he succeeds in striking some one's
hands, whereupon tho victim must
take h.is place.
If one's hands are withdrawn and
the book falls on the ground
through a false movement on the
part of the leader, it counts the
���ami1.
Favorite Royal Horses.
King Edward and Queen Alexandra show their affection for their
horses in a curious way. When a
favorite dies its hoofs nre cut oft
and polished, and tlje horse's iiaffl-
is inscribed on each hoof. These
i arc placed in a row in one of th��
i harness rooms at Sandringham. On
the wall above are photograph's of
prints o'f the owner of the hoofs.
Their majesties have their favorite
dogs as well as their favorite horses.
Against a wall at the back of their
residence at Sandringham may be
seen a stone, "To the memory of
dear old Rover."
Opera House Bookings.
Lee W'niard  Feb, 18
Wilfred L. Small (violinist)   ..Feb. 2(1
Kerry   Gow    Feh. 25
Dream City    Mar.   2
A Royal Slave  March 24
Sla In New York  April 1
The  Burgomaster    April X
| San Francisco Opero Co April 23
I A College Boy    May 27
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ln  London,   England,
N-w York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   ten
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wltL eorrespondents ln all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received ln sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
feur times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000.00000.
NSW WEBTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER,
Prni'iical  1 link trnr Inn,
'My dear." said the caller, irlth _
rrTlnnini: wuile, to tbe little girl who
���ccuplwl the study while ber father,
an emlnout literary man, was at bis
dinner. "I suppose you assist your papa
by entertaining tbe bores?"
"Yes, sir," replied the little girl
grnvely. "Please be seated."���Walk-
'ngton Journal.
Th. Wla. Mai.
"This popular Action ls all rot II
real life the girl's father seldom ob>
|e<!ts to the man of her choice."
"Yon're wrong there. He often eb>
(ects. but be's usually too wise to My
sri-thlng."-Louisville Courler-Joornal
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T3E   DAILY   NEWS.
THU' -"--'. FEB.
Men's
Fashions
with   the  exce] tlon  of  Saskatchewan
and Alberta.
During the | asl yr ar I think most
i i. lirmen of the rarious oom-
:,.������ ..-  '   .    end avored  to  take up
for Bprlng  1908 are full;   (ov ���
my   magnificent   range  of n< w
lens.   Every shade, pattern and Ea
thai is coi rei t Is on displaj  an l s
at
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wcol-
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ans
Opposite the Post Offlci
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
B.  C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing  Company,   Limited,   at   their
orfices,  corner of   Sixth    and   Front
streets, New   Westminster, U. C.
��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
.,.:: JMLpij] -
Nothing but Salt ��� and such
Salt! You will find ou other so
delicate   in   flavour,  so  pure   as
WINDSOR TABLE   SALT.
145
call a public meeting t�� discuss city
.i h rtlslng, and the meeting was called by advertisement for several .ays
in our newspapers and was held in
the council chamber last inonth. The
meeting was not attended by so maiiy
of the Columbia street merchants as
one would expect Lhe importance of
the Question deserved, but the subject of advertising and other matters
were discussed and a committee of
three was appointed to act with your
committee and a committee that, we
hoped the city council would appoint.
Mr. George Ham, advertising agent of
the (.'. P. R., attended the meeting.
and gave as some valuable suggestions regarding advertising and undertook to distribute any folders or
literature that we may get out. This
Citizens' committee, with your com-
mittie, wailed upon the city council
i week ago, asking for a grant for advert ising and that thi' council appoint
an advertising committee, but were
unsuccessful,
Tne committee hope that .luring the
yeay some effort wlll be made by the
Citizens' committee with your committee to collect a fund for advertising purposes, and  that  the  members
(Continued on Page Fight.)
ABSENCE  OF JUDGE   MAKES
LAWYERS REMONSTRATE
THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1S08.
-
LACK OF FUNDS.
The Board of Trade of  New  West-
minster is sadly    hampered    in    the
tasks it understakes on account of the :
slimness of Us exchequer. A perusal!
of   the    financial    statement of thi-s<
organization,   which   we  give in    another column,  shows that this    body
commences  the year  with  a balance
of $290.33 to its credit.
How much good can a board of
trade accomplished with such an insignificant amount ? The preperatory
expenses in connection with such a
sche_ie as the proposed publicity campaign, for instance, would eat up this
little nest egg before anything tangible
could be shown for the work of the
committee.
The Board, of Trade, if it is to be
the important factor that its founders
intended, must have ample capital at
its disposal, and steps will have to be
taken to provide this. Whether the
city council should make an annual
grant, as is done ln otlier cities, or
whether the funds should be increased
by other methods, Is a problem that
v,-ill have to be solved before results
' can be expected from the work of the
lioard.
the work assigned to them. ; ut I do
not think tnej have had the ass i .-..
from the other members of the ( m-
mitl ft-hicl '��� he) na. a right to expect. W_ether this was the fault ol
the chairm in I am not prepared I i
say, I ia trusl that each will be r id)
to lend  a hand  this coming year.
As you all know, at a ��u_llc meeting
a committee consisting of his worship
Mayor Keary, chairman; A. E. White,
secretary of the board of tr,a_e; D. S.!
Curtis and myself, was appointed to!
look Into the matter or the improve-!
m nt ni' the river cnannel and see
iboul getting an expert engineer who
had bad expi rience of a similar nature. We succeeded in engaging Mr.
Le Baron, from Cleveland, Ohio, a
gentleman who has been engaged on
Lhe mouth of the Mississippi, the St.
John river In Florida, and Beveral
other nver and harbor Improvements,
nnd as Car as I am_ab!o to report���
lis work not yet being completed���It
is very satisfactory, and in the near
future, l for one of thai committee ex-
pecl to see tli" Fraser river as accessible, day or night, as any liar, or in
British Columbia and with a depth of
water that wlll Boal the largest vessels.
I think this Is most satisfactory, as
I have always contended that our future  prosperity depends  very  largely
on the Fraser river and its easy navigation, not only in depth for our large
vessels, but in a safe, straight channel so that our smaller craft can come
in at night as well as day.    I believe
we should have belter  steamer communication between this city and Vic-   ~\?0R SALE���FURNITURE, IN THE
! toria,   also  from   here   to   Ladysmith.  L      market on Friday by auctioneer
touching at. the gulf islands, and we   February 14.
must certainly have a daily boat    to
Steveston.    We should also'get    the:
INOTICE
Condensed
Advertisements
F
PORTUGAL SITUATION
IMPROVED GREATLY
Lisbon, Feb. 12.���The Times this
morning publishes a long dispatch renewing events in Portugal. It say-
that the situation Is improving daily
���and that the government adheres to
its policy of conciliating public opinion, but that it. would be a mistake to
consider all danger over. One of the
most, widely read newspapers, continues the Times correspondent, the
Seculo, declares that the young king
Dominion government to put the upper river between here and Chilliwack in a better condition.
In conclusion, gentlemen, permit me
to thank you one and all for the honor |
conferred  upon  me In    electing    me j
president  of this hoard  for the year,
just closed, and I hope   that    as    a
board and Individually, you will hav?
the success you deserve in the coming
year.
Amongst other  institutions    I    am
glad to noie we have another ban';;, viz
the Northern bank,  which  I trust  is
a good omen.    We now    have    four i
banks here.   We also, through the en-1
terprise of one of our own  citizens,-
have one of the finest hotels on the |
coasi.
Wi R. GILLEY.
Advertising  Committee's  Report.
To the President and Members of the |
Board of Trade of New Westmin- j
ster.
Sirs,���As request _<i by the secretary ,
under  direction of the  president    of
the board, I beg on behalf of the ad-i
vertising committee of the board  to ���
report  that many  excellent  schemes
were presented to the.-qem^ittee during the past year for advertising the
city and district,  but owing to  lack
of funds we were not able to take advantage of the opportunities offered.
The committee interviewed the    ciH-
council in October asking for a contribution from the city for the    pnr-
pose of advertising, but were unsuccessful in getting a grant, as they said
or funds
W
VNTED���PARTNER    TO    JOIN
first class mechanic in sash
and door business, etc. Small capital
required.    Box C. C. Daily  News.
W
ANTED���YOUNG   WOMAN   TO
help with general housework:
good wages. Apply Mrs. C. P. Mess.
435 Agnes street.
W
ANTED ��� ALL KINDS OF
furniture repairing. Pianos and
organs tuned and polished. Humphreys. Carnarvon street, near Citj-
Bakery.
W\
N T E D-
any kind.
Sapperton, B. C.
���TEAM     WORK    OF
Apply S. R. Bowell,
Ni l-iin Feb. 12.���The Btal - iry Bitting of the supreme court in this cir-
for the hearing of civil cases, should
have opened yeeterda; morning, and
there was quite ,a large attendance of |
outside counsel andwitnessea on band.
No judge, however, appeared to take
the oourt.and the registrar was unable to state when a judge might be
expected. At 5:15 o'clock this afternoon ,-i wire was received from the
chief justice adjourning the court for
two weeT?S. The members of the bar
In attendance wired strong remonstrances to the provincial attorney^
general and to the minister of justice
a| Ottawa,
The assizes here, ln October last,
were adjourned for three days for
want of a judge, and this second delay, without explanation, has are i ed
the Ire of counsel and litigants. The
board of trade, which meets on Thursday, vffll take the matter up.
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants
For the  Farm, Garden,  Lawn cr Con-'
servatory.
Reliable varieties at ri as ma! le
prices. No borers; no scale; no fumigation to damage stock. No windy
agents to annoy you. Buy direct and
get trees and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers,    Bee    Supplies,    Sprayj
Pumps,     Spraying     Materials,     Cut
Flowers, etc.    Oldest established nurseries on the mainland of B. C. Catalogue free.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses  and   Seed   Houses.
3010  Westminster   ^oad.
VANCOUVER,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
HAMS ^
18C Per ,b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Flighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
On and after
MARCH 2, 1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
Printing
���
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds (jiven special at-
tention. Sewer c mnections made,
Moderate Charges. Phone  A ���'"
Front St. New Westminster
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTER8
Daily   -.
NEW   " ' ;STER
P
J
Westminster
Transfer Co
'ifflce 'Phone US.       burn   fDone IS?
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to ��ni
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
OMIcn���Tram  Deoot
The Oriental Contract k
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractor!
b P. 0 ! I
New
Westm
ir ,   545
Massage
facial, scalp, or     i
In your own ho
For engagement r
' ���"'���'-Isgit.I
mamcmld
; up A 239.
LO S T���THURSDAY AFTERNOON
on Sixth street, lilaok patent
leather purse, containing sum of money aud ticket for conversazione; owner's address inside. Kinder please re-
Turn to  News office.
w
ANTED���TREE PRUNING AND
Spraying.   Orders left at West
j Side   Grocery.     Charges    reason ible.
i Satisfaction guaranteed.
|	
j TITAN TED���TREE PKUMNG BY
i * ' contract. E. J. Fisher, garden-
i er, Beaford House, or phone 39.
, YXT ANTED���STORE    16   or   -&X.0.
! Daily News
has pacified, but not disarmed public I there was no .appropriation
-opinion, and urges the widest application of tlie royal prerogative of mercy
as the mainstay of the throne, The
correspondent says the idea of bestowing upon the next cortes the character
of a Constituent assembly with a view
to amending the present constitution,
RndB many supporters In the cabinet,
and council of slate.
F
OR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORJ>
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered    T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
available for the purpose. Through
the energy of A. W. McLeod. a member of this committee, a petition was j  ���������������
presented to the mayor asking him to  T/K*��l FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
   , . ; I ���LJ   after    .January.lst.    Corner    4th
i Ave. and Srtr street. All conveniences.
GRAND
Masquerade BALL
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
l
Surveyor
Cllard  Block     N-uv  W��stm<-*t��r.   #._   !
10
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'
They've Arrived!
THE FIRST SPECIAL SHIPMENT     OF     EARLY     SPRING
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HIGH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND WE INviTE
YOUR   INSPECTION   AT
I HOUSE . OF . QUALITY!
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SWEATERS
We are showing the newest in Men's
and   Boys'  Sweaters  and  Jackets.
I J. Eugene Brown & Co!
���*������
CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS
P. S 1-4 Size Collars
������*������=::-������:::������'::.������.-������ ���*��� ������&������#������>(*������#������ ������
o*
��������_
Miners in Conference.
Calgary, Peb. 12,���The miners and
ipenators have just  concluded   their
monthly  session  here,  but have   re-
u '-I to give anything out for publication.
-AT THE-
Eagles' Hall
- ON ���
FRIDAY, February 28
BOARD OF THADE HOLDS
ITS ANNUAL MEETING
Admission  $1.00
Tickets   Co  be
Store.
had  at
Ladies Free,
ttjutl's  Drug
(Continued from Page One.)
that he was fully justified in 'nis estimate of  the  prosperity of the   year
1907, as we all know that every branch
Of business, and every industry, was
�� ixed lo its utmost capacity to fill the j
orders for the first nine months of the j
j ��� ir.    Owing io the financial depres-
sion which was felt all over America,
business dropped off very quickly, but
I believe British Columbia felt it less,
than most countries, an-  New  West-1
minster less  than any  other  part ol j
t.ie    province.    In    other  words, we ]
have the best city in the finest coun-
try  in the  world today.   Our farmer
friends raise  more  produce    to    the!
acre, and can commend larger prices
than In any other province; and I be-j
Ueve 1 am right In saying there   is
more farming land ln  B. C. than in
any other province In  the  Dominion
Asiatic
Exclusion  League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A General Meeting
will be held
Friday Evening, Feb. 14
at 8 o'clock,
��� IN ���
St. Patrick's Hall
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
Routing.    No trouble then.
Ruberoid: ts mi elastic roofing and
wilt stand all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, son, rain, wind; mal_es
nor difference to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and fire-re.
silting.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most eaitily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full partu_ul_ra��
samples aa- prices.
The UNION TAILOR SHOP
J. N. AITCHISON     linliimbiii Street
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturer, and Dealers in I-idies' and Gents'
,   FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transrorn.i_.ions,
Pompadours and   Switches.
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n
1 A Special Linejl
Good Things
Marcel Wave, Bleaching
Ing.   Manicure and Massage
and Scalp Treatment
436 Granville St.
and Dye-
Chlrpody
Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED
REV. J. S. HENDERSON and other-
will address the meeting.
All Interested are invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL-, President.
J. D. TAYLOR, -eor-tary.
T.JJrapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
Applications are invited by the
Burnaby Municipality for the office of
Clerk, Assessor and Collector; salary
$85 per month. Guarantee of fidelity
required in sum of $2000 policy paid
by Council. Duties commence on
March 1, 1908. Applications to be in
by noon on the 15th instant, addressed to Reeve Byrne at the Municipal Hall and marked "Application for
Clerkship."
B. G. WALKf.R, C. M. Q.
��r       ADVERTISE      ti_
��� IN ���
HE      DAILY       NEW
If YOU Want a Situation.
Beef 1 enderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd*
Telephone 101
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ADVERTISE IN THE NE$ I THURSDAY. PES. 13, 1908.
The Cash Stores
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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GRAND SPRING OPENING
OF THE LATEST STYLES IN
uits, Coats,
and Skirts
Hundreds of packages of new spring garments have passed i"1"
,���;.; during the past few days, making our assortment as complete
it can possibly be this season. We invite an early Inspection as
my rif the choicest garments are exclusive patterns, and will nol
seen again this season.
CITY NEWS
Sold by the leading distributors, the
"B. C." cigar. ����
The regular monthly meeting of the
New Westminster Benevolent Boelety
will be held this afterno in in the
board of trade room.
The  "Auto"   ctgat
favorite smoke.
is  per      tng
���  all w. ii ove Any
I    rit\    v!i.,   - hat
i Ihr supplied him i-   id
''���          I to furni-h t sample ,���' It to
���.   !���'��� ilth   Inspei toi who
(flee at the city b
ads ol   poi  pi ints      nd < ui
ihrubs    ��� ������     lawns. Tidy,
184. �����
The _oard of school trustees will
iiir-i-i this evening tor the purpose dis-
cu8slng the plans of the new Westside
school,
Dr. T. il. Levey,Dentist, ha3 move.
into the new Dominion Tru i ling,
opposite the post office. **   * i
.eke if tl     -      rn
��� - ci ulsei    Georgia    re-
terda     I      , ample tin; the   necessary.
two and  a  half    millions
all . the Lillocx i and
P king r
as    in   thr-    Dominion
i   ���       wired appropriate
tl    :   the el ctlon ol ofl
-1:   ..ii.' ..ear and the I
on of considerable  business,  the
���  i ������. "rs were enter! tine I t��j
the Chlm se residents oj tliis city.
Ing of tlie ]ir<i\ Incl - t n
ii i.i yesterday afternoon In
i. thi' following eon--; ibles
were ippointed by Superintendent
Murra to take charge of the enforcing of the Natal act In the various
police districts: Chief Constables
Campbell and Constable Munroe. Vancouver; Chief Constatle Spain, West
niiiiFti-r; Constable Lane. Huntingdon and Constable Hutchinson, lilaine
Those are omi>owered to obtain such
other assistance  as  they   niay  deem
Suits
The   altar   society    of St. P
cathi di il, will give a card .
Informal social in St.  Patrick -    hall
his i vening, commencing at 8 <
An  admission  fee   of    25c   will    be
charge I
Chapman's billiard and pool   room
now open, with eighl poo - and
i wo English bill] ird tabli Don inion
Trust block.
On Wednesday   ol ni ���-.- the
local lodge of the Knights ol Columbus will hold a card party In St. Patrick's hall, when all adherents of the
Catholic religion will be invited to attend.
The funeral of Lee Sfick Quou, late
managei of the Kwong i>u Wo company  branch   lure,  will   Leave    Mur-
chie's parlors tomorrow morning at n
iu's billiard and i*xii room; o'clock,   proceeding   down   Columbia
: ���   v.��� -t ; ia.    Imported streel  to Chinatown, them       o    Che
'.garettes ani '<> -icco.   Dim- Chinese cemetery, and then  bj   road
.
Trust block.
������! ling tool ��� ;. Tuesday
w.  Holman and Miss    Berths
��� < -   tl     thi
��� ln{ eel      ited In Seattle.   Mr.
Mrs. Holman ai >, visiting at the
I ol Mr. and Mrs. J, g, K.iiney nn-
' week,  when they
i .������ for Vaucoi
- ���    .bbott  & H;
street, Sa ; all clea
in I fenced. **
The Builder's Opportunity
��� he Royal City is .far-famed as    a
citj of homes,   it    has   a dellg
situation, sloping gently to -..    - mth,
with .i magnificent view of the moun-
. and the Eraser rive-.   Thi
owns the entire water i ontage, and
.-ring greal Inducements to m inn-
facture'rs to come here.    Mam   .ave
I lien a Ivantage of   the   clty't
i il terms. There are over sixty
Industries here now, employing over
-000 men���canneries, saw nulls,
Ing mills, .shingle mills, sash and door
factories, distilleries, breweries, machine shops, rice and oat nie.i: mil i,
factory, pipe factory, and a targe
tannery. Sapperton is the manufacturing centre, and the men emplo ��� i
there must have homes; and where iti
New Westminster could be found a
more delightful place to live I i
Rlvervlew park,
We are offering the whole of this
beautiful park, in blocks rn' I. 8 or 11!
lots, at acreage price.   This statement
you can verify bj  Inquiring the ;
of the adjoining property.   The park
ls laid out  at  considerable cosl
the convenience of purchasers,    rhe
streets -are wide, nnd lota large, with
lanes  at rear.     Alberta  Btree    ,
ready opened from our property to Columbia street.   We believe we >;>eak
truthfully when we say' that any man
  I who buys a  bunch of these lots will
; double his  money.     They are  worth
Milwaukee, Wis.. Feb. 12.���Thr  city  nearly double  right  now.    We   have
s   rapidly  filling  with  delegf ind   sold a number of blocks already. Don't
fail to look over this property.
to Vancouver.   The cortege win   pass
through the Chinese quarters in Van-,
couver, then down Hastings si eet to
the Empress of India.   The proi ��� slon
will be led by Jackson's brass band of i
this city. The Chinese customs. will be|
dispensed  with and the funeral    con-
Led in European manner throughout
A favorite of the elite smol
"Brilliante" cigar.
ers,
the
����
of _'ir._si French Chiffon broadcloths,
in th naw .hades of Brown, Navy,
Green and Black. Chiffon Panamas,
Wool Taffeta l_ Pearl Grey ami Copper Brown, beautifully tailored and
trimmed with Silk Apllque and new
j of folds on the .skirl, with short Kimona and Butterfly Sleeves.
A Splendid Line of Man Tailored Suits at      $15 to $18.50
Five Hundred
NEW SKIRTS
y ne Black Voiles. A score of beautiful, distinctive styles. The latest tones of Light Grey and Tan; with all manner of pleats and
folds, and all moderately priced.
Smart Spring Jackets
��� '   New Herringbone stripe, of Fawn  and    Brown.      Prices    range
from  $5 to $15.
Tomorrow evening the Literary society ol Culumbian college is presenting the famoui mock trial, "Bardell
vs. Pickwick breach of promise ca:��s, '
taken from Dickens' Pickwick Papers.
A general admission fee of 2."c wlll
be charged.
For cut fiowers, Bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son. B. Jos- ���������
.Miss Ivy Haie, a cousin of A. F.
Hale, real estate agent i : this city,
died at Enderby on Tuesday. The deceased, who wis about 32 years of
age, was well known locally, having
spent part of last summer visiting in
the city.
J. H. Brownlee, C. K., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office in the Gulchon block. Phone 338. *
Charles Bradbury, for some time
telegraph   operator   in   this   city,   has
.-.   lection is to       id led to the
oard  at  the  telephone    offic.
ni .t   week, this providing for the ac-
lodatlon of fifty extra subscriber-.
jing the total   number   of   tele- ';i' j delegate*
phones in the city up to 450.   The ad-i" '
dition of the new section will not en-
any  inconvenience to    the    sub-'
.-.   | ers.
visitors io the Democratic stal in
vention which will name delegate at-
I irge to the national convent imi. The
convention will meet In the Davidson
��� ii   tie tomorrow and  will
It will
stand inspection. Act quickly. $10
Starts You. For particulars apply to
any real estate firm in the city, or to
1   :      ' of  one of the owners, ,T. W. Ney. Windsor
��� hotel, New Westminster, B. C.
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Today a shipm if criminals will;J
be made from the provincial Jail liereij
��� gaol in Victoria There were j ���
��� ���"���n prisoners in ail to be trans-|X
ten ed, this having become necessary x
owing tn the overcrowding of the | ���
prison. Superintendent Murray and ali
number of officers from the capital]J
will escort the prisoners, a special car
being chartered for tlie occasion.
:
Come to the Big Furniture Store
For Estimates On
CARPETS,  WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS,    |
OILCLOTHS and FURNITURE \
Prices to Suit Your Pocket Book.   Call and Inspect. ���
Inspector Robert Howe, of the Cana-!
r.ian Fire Underwriters' association, of ]
Toronto, yesterday tested a number,
of hydrants in order to ascertain the i
water pressure for fire fighting pur-1,
poses. In every case the result was i
most satisfactory. Some time this j
week Mr. Howe will call out the bri-1
been appointed agent at the wireless  gacie on a trial run in orrler t0 iascer-1
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium f
!
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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T.  H. SMITH
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station at Cape Lazlo, taking up his
new duties this week. His brother,
L. Bradbury, will shortly take charge
of the station  at  Banfleld.
Fine modern residence, on corner
lot. close in. for sale at a bargain;
io ir rooms, panty,  etc.,  down  stairs,
tain the ability of the fire
promptly answer  a call.
boys    to
���
In a fight between two Chinamtn at
Mission on Tuesday afternoon one of: <
tbe  scrappers  was severely     slashed i
across the face and forehead    by   a
knife wielded by his opponent.   The
five bedrooms, etc., up stairs;  posses- lnjured man is receiving medical at-1
sion by May 10.    Look this up without
delay.   Abbott & Hyde. **
In connection with the article which
appeared in Tuesday's News on the
milk supply of the city, Dr. J. H.
Jones, medical health officer, desires
lt to be known that the two samples
found under proof were not taken
from tbe delivery wagon of the milk
dealers, but were collected from some
of the hotels or restaurants. The milk
dealers' samples, when analyzed, were
THIS
WEEK
tention at Mission, while tae party
responsible for the disfigurement of
his compatriot was manacled and
brought to this city for detention by
Provincial Constable Lane.
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51 Acres at
Coquitlam Junction
Price, $50 an acre on easy terms.   Adjoining land
is sold for $100 an acre.
Investigate this. ?
P. PEEBLES _�� !
27& Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 I
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We  are   pushing   Hair   Brushes.
We have splendid values in solid
back French Brushes, ranging   In
prices from 36 cents to $4.00 each.'
They are on display In our Bhowi
window.   We have   another   big
i
etock ordered and are anxious to
reduce our present stock. Besl les
Hair Brushes we have an endless
variety of Tooth, Hand, Cloi-,j
..atlier and Bath Brushes, all
good values. New Seeds now ti
hand.
The Samson arrived last    evening
from up river, where a    number   of
dangerous   snags   demanded   the    attention of the boat.   At the mouth of
Kanaba creek several    sunken   trees,
which were a menace    to navigation,
had to be removed by means of dyna- ]
mite.    This morning the Samson will |
go down the North Arm where an in- ]
spection will be made of the damagi
to the outer    lighthouse,  which   has
been placed out of commission, prob-1
ably .due  to being fouled by a boom
of logs.
The annual meeting of the Chinese
Reform association of the B. C. coast;
was hi Id in this city yesterday after
peon, about eighty members being in
attendance.    A    specially    chartered -
car brought over a large contingent of
Chinamen   from Vancouver,  while    a;
number of  delegates    -were    present
from  Victoria.   Nanaimo    and    Ladysmith.    Telegrams    of congratulation
were  received from a  number of absent members, wliile other reform   a,-
Public Supply Stores i
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 this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives is
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have just received a large Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to introduce tills brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
FROM 15c per bottle and upwards J
according to size
YOU MAY DIE
Tart for Visual Acttteness;
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DVERTI5E IN  THE  NEWS
CURTIS'
W. GIFFORD. Optician, Columbia  St.
Websdale . Hardwick!
ll
Builder* and
Contractors...
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMORROW WHAT WOULD BECOME
OF YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN ? WHY NOT TAKE OUT A
POLICY THAT WOULD ASSURE
THEM OF A YEARLY INCOME
WHEN IT WOULD COST YOU
BUT A .FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
r. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
of the Optical Department
All kinds of carpenters work. Gen-j
eral repairs and alterations. Esti-j
mates free for all kinds of frame]
buildings. Shacks built on the short- j
est notice.
P.   O.   Box  8i5.    Office   St.   Andrswsi
i      3treet, between Sth and 9th St.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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FOR THE  HOUSEWlFfc
To Prepare rir_l��-il I'lpx- Feet.
Clean and scrnpe thoroughly ten o��
twelve pigs' feet, soak in cold w.-uei
for im hour, then scrape again. I'lacs
In a large kettle with two tablespooi.
fuls of salt and six quarts of boiling
water and Bimmer gently for four
hours nr until tender. Pack In a stout
Jar while b.it. laying some of the feel
lu first, then a few .lices of onion, then
more feet and mure onion, and so on
until all the feet have been used.
Place two quarts of vlne_ar lu a separate Baucepan over the tire, with one
qnarl of the broth In which the feet
ha.-e been cooked, half a dozen cloves,
n half teaspoonful of mustard, a table
spoonful whole peppers, two ba; leaves
nnd two tablespoonfuls of sugar. Bring
to a good scald, pour over the pigs' feet
and Bei the .lar away in a cool "place,
It takes several days for the feet to
become pickled. Pigs' feet prepared In
this s\:\y may be split in tivo, wiped
.lrj. dipped In melted butter, then ln
bread, Indian menl or cracker crumbs
nnd broiled for four minutes on eneh
side and served with sauce piquant or
dipped in frying butter and fried ln
butter.
For 10 Days Only
WE ARE GIVING
10 per cent Discount
ON ALL OUR
NEW WHITEWEAR
Ladies' Corset Covers from 25c to $4
Ladies' Drawers, from . . . .35c to $4.00
Ladies' Skirts, from . ..$1.25 to $14.00
Ladies' Com_lnations, from $4.50 to $8
Ladies' Chemise, from  ...50c to $2.35
Ladies- downs, from $1.00 to $^.50
Remember   this    opportunity    only
lasts len days.
McQUARRIE
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents
&   CO.
Financial Agents
PRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
none 333
cash, bal. to suit purchaser
from  station on  new  car  line.
Lot 23, block    B,    betwei p
11  only.  Ladle
from 16.50 to
' Dress Skirts, values
tlO.OO: to clear at $3.50
flnml-hrn.
Fried sausage or forcemeat bulla for
mast turkey, eapon or fowl,
Fennel for mackerel nnd salmon, el
tber fresh or pickled.
Lobster coral and parsley for boiled
fish.
Currant jelly for game; also for r-us-
tard or bread pudding,
Seville oranges, In slices, for wild
duck, pigeons, teal nnrl sneh game.
Mint, either with or without parsley,
for rtnist lamb, whether hot or cold.
Pickled gherkins, capons nr onions
for some boiled ments, stews, etc.
A red pepper or small red apple fot
the mouth of a roast pig.
Spots of red and black pepper alternated on the fat side of a boiled ham.
which side should lie uppermost on tlie
serving dish.
Sliced eggs, showing the white nnd
yellow parts, for chicken salnd.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  -  275 Columbia Streel
f-itclien Help..
Carrots should be cut In slices ln-
Btcad of cubes, because the outside
darker part is richer and better, nnd i*
cut in slices it Is more equally fllstrlb
uted.
Bacon Bhould be soaked In waiter foi
tluve or four minutes before being
fried to prevent the fnt from running.
In order to prevent niillc from burn
ing while being bollOd rinse the lance
pan lb ir.-. lily with cold watei' nnd
nab it with a little fresh butter before
pouring in the milk.
Slii.-M   For   Hand   U Im-h   ConkInff.
How often does the housewife burn
ber hand while working over;! hot Are
preparing the meals'/ Probably on an
average once a day. it may be tho
lard that flies up or the steam from
tbe kettle scorches the lingers when
she prods the potatoes with a fork to
Bee if they arc done or in stirring Urn
preserves. .\ Mississippi Inventor, real-
B* C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lota 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, li, 15
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 2S, 66, 71. 78, Ti, 74
and 77 of subdivision 3, In suburban
block il, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
6 room house ou Hamilton street,
all modern improvements. One lot
from ear line; lot 60x132- Price $1400.
|600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
B mom house, all modern Improve- ! and stable.   Price $16 per acre; 91760 j
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood Btreet.   cash, balance to be arranged.
Sapperton.   Price 12700.   11000 cash.      194 ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dial.
balance on time. \ Lot 8; south side of the river, near
v.'-, acres land next to Royal Oak  bridge.   $300;  half cash.
has   been   cultivated,     not a      2   LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.   corner  of
Hump on  it. now in grass. 2S bear- 10th Street   and   -..Andrews.   Price
ng   fruit  trees,   all   kinds,    sufficient   $1050; half cash.
umber to bufld good large barn, 6-|    2 ]otg on st}l gt, between
Full sized Lot on
of Reglna St., i���
avenues,   west   sidi
$400;   half cash.
' I il
l! the end
m en
Price
���1  Lots    88x132 each,
Kith street.    $1200
2 HOUSES
4th av
taut,
"" ' lot. Keary stre��
160 acres, less 31. for new railway,
Township 4' s,'r- U: a" b0ttom laui1,
under grass, su. i ' >r dairy farm;
40 acras under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; l> room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feci for about 300 head of
stock     Price $8000;   terms  rme-third
<J:ie mile   Sapperton;
shed and i rooms
; shed.   $1000 each,
Mrs., ance ea8y.
Hoita-ds ft-d Thomson house,Carnar- ..-   .
von Btreet: fu    size $100(1. iv, " iWi ail
>u^'- ploughed ami clean |   - <  ���   , ,   .'
160  ACRES about   two  miles  from   gj, 14 Sect. r>.   $75 pe
Aldergrove station,  80  :i(,res  cleared caah, one-third 3 n
and  partly  fenced,  good   house,  barn   months.
- room
it,
wooj
: cas_,bal.
r acre,, ���       .
third I
li
7 LOTS, 120-52, [a k,m
4 lots cleared, small ���m^
house, 176 chickens; fi ,     1. |_clMl
price $1500, $1000 1 a
6 ACRES good Ioi Group j
Lot   16,  conic,-   Blu tin road
and  Brunette  road, ,
roomed   house;   pai ., B
2 lots on Sth St. between Sth and kitchen and three bed 01 ; piaster.
room house and barn and large chick- I gth Ave on east g|(le; fllll slze(1| 66- ed; conservatory .0 or 10 '.,', iong'
en   house   for   about    250   chickens;   ,���. Nnq   n Bn,, 12      Price $10co for  heated by pipes;   well;
good  well; near to school and tram;
132;  Nos. 0 and  12.
both, half c
all fenced-   Price $3500. Terms $15UU ;
cash, $1000 in  April and $luuo April  *##*����*
:���     1" ing, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66X-.2 ft., S. % of S, lane at ( |
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price 1.'
11250; half cash. bal. C months, ' -^
Block corner of Fourth avenue and ""*
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot   20,   block    B   facing    English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
: street;   price  $650.
1C0 acres less right of way about S
[acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
I 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced ;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 1 ix28
j and lean too 16x22; bam 30x32 and
j lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
I chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagon
ish,
,::
balance easy.
.: .       ..-   .    ..
Block, corner of Mick-
land tilth 81. and Hoy- S;bc
al Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
le; barn;
15   bearing  fruit   ��� ,. ,a -t
stock ready to plan! out;      kep beet-
5 acres  cleared,  light   tlm "r on re^
malning acre;    all fenci d;    -.. mile
from school.    Price $3000; half cash
al. in 0 mouths at 7 per ci-m.
1   Lot   88x132
$800  cash.
4th a.- 13th j;
KiO acres, 2 miles from city.
110 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, be-
1   ��� en  Tth and Sth avenues.
3  LOTS,    5,  0  _   ','.    ' I   :.;
cleared, upper . ide ��� nine, be-
; tween 1st and 2n I s I . ;..
j each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from '      trcel and
6th Avenue on south -
37 &. 38, full si/.i.    Pricr  $1100 for tht
1 four, or $300 each; bal
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON.
P. Q. Box   34-5 'Phone   105.
OFFICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
3  houses  corner  Of    Merrival    and
-. nos; full size.) lot;    city block 31,     Double    tenemenl   b
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, thehsj an<j 2nd St.:  1 lot.   Prl    $1,700;
,  other .$10;   flush elosets  and all con- ca8a ^an an_ half in 6 n
shed  20x30;   small milk house, small  nected    with    sewerB.      Price $3,500. RenlB tu]- $10 ea b       int.
orchard, all kinds of fruit   65 bearing  Cash $2,000,    balance in 6,  12 and 18
fruit trees;   natural spring well, Price   months at 7 %. 40 acres V_ section 14
��� 'Of Tn. 2, aoout 3 mile !
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar-      i,nta  14   an(j   15 0f   1  0f 6    of     -1   Haworth  road, Surrey;
Fanged at 7 per cent. 1 Cleared.)    Price $500; fur the two, 1-2  l1,*. storey house, 3 roon
Full sized  lot on Third  street, be-  cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent,  other 3 can be add.
Bback;  1V4   acres cleai
tween  Royal and Queens avenue east      L(|t 14 __ sl,erl,rook Btreet 0f 11 i.f  with clover, red; fairly easily cleareU
side, new house;  $1400. L  clt>are.    pij,-.. $275-  1-2 cash    al-  ��ne  mi,e  f"j:"  shingle  m
, . $1,200; .   terms  half cai I
Two lots, block 31, lot 0. $1000 each, lance, 6 months at  1 per cent. mouths at 7
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
$60 each
enquiry.
Westerly 4,  1!  of 6     S 1     BlocM
\m
let.    Fuller   particulars on  iMxl32 comer 100 (eel
hfuises drawing $28 per month, 1
HOUSE and LOT
HAND QUAED,
lzlug that these mishaps could he
avoided, has patented 11 guard thai affords the housewife the protect inn
needed. It was designed to be applied
mainly to kitchen utensils���such aa
forks, spoons, cuke turners and similar
utensils���tp protect tlie hand used ln
grasping the utensil. This guard is conical in form und Is made of sheet met
nl. It is so constructed that lt can be
removed from one article and attached to another and need only be used
when so desired. Free access Is nf-
forderl for the hand, so that the fork
or BpoOn can be manipulated with as
much ease as If without the guard.
A <.����fnl DlRtnfecluiit.
Dissolve one-half dram of nitrate of
lead In oue pint of boiling water. In
another vessel dissolve two drams of
common suit lu eight or ten quarts oi
cold water. When both mixtures ar<-
thoroughly dissolved, mix them togetb
���r and let them settle. A cloth saturated -with the liquid and hung up In 8
room will at once sweeten a fetid at-
Biosphere. Poured down a sink, water closet or drain or on any decaying
matter or offensive object. It will havt
tbe same result.
Never   Ml.   Cider  -ad  Vlnearnr.
Sweet cider should never be added
to old vinegar, because the acetic nctrf
In the vinegar will prevent the sugar
In the elder from being converted into
nlcohol, and consequently the result
Will be a very poor qunllt.v of watery
vinegar,   Farming.
Much  Law,  Poor Case.
Among lawyers then' Is a saying
that In the trial of a rase au attorney
If light on facts must be heavy on law
The other day an attorney was preparing to leave his office iu one of the big
Office buildings to go to the courthouse
to try a rase. From tbe shelves of his
library he had taken many large law
books containing decisions aud opinions of higher courts. At intervals a
boy went In and out of the door, and
each time be bore In his arms a stack
of the books, which lir- carried to an
express wagon that stood In the street
below. The attorney was to use tht
books in tbe courtroom. Another law
yer, who is of southern birth and who
uhvnys addresses his friends with
some army title, watched the boy as he
went lu aud out currying the law
books. Then he dug his hands deep
Into his trousers pockets and said to
the lawyer:
"Well, Ah'll sweah, kuunel, you must
have no case at all."���Kansas City
Times.
The  Accident.
Hlzonner ��� You are charged with
breaking a chair over your wife's head.
Prisoner���It was an accident, your
honor. Hlzonner���What! Didn't you
intend to hit her? Prisoner���Yes, bu!
I dldu't Intend to break tbe chair.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms..
27i_ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property Is only '. mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
The  l.nr.y   Ilrirnc.
An Irishman once tapped a pokj
horse wiih a whip and said, "Pick ur
yonr feet, and they'll fall thelrselves."
���Atchison Globe.
The readiest anil surest way to get
rid of censure ls to correct ourselves.���
Demosthenes
To Mend Porcelain Pol*.
Porcelain ware can be soldered ns
easily as tinware" by adopting the following method: Brush over the edges
of the boles to be mended with shellac,
both Inside and outside, and Irnmedl-
stely- apply the melted solder, whl<_>
will adhere firmly. j
Snow and Rain.
The first man to whom it ever occurred to find out how much rain was
represented by a given fall of snow
was Alexander Briee of Klrknewtou,
who In March, 1705, nude a simple experiment with the contents of a stone
jug driven face downward Into over
six Inches of snow. What he learned
was that a greater or less degree of
cold or of wind when the snow falls
and its "lylug a Ion.** or shorter tinio
on the ground" will occasion a difference In the weight nnrl in the quantity
of water produced, "but if," he added,
"I may trust to tbe above trials, which
1 endeavored to perform with care,
snow newly fallen, with a moderate
gale of wind, freezing r-oid. will produce u quantity of water equal to one-
tenth part of its bulk." So that 11 fnW
id inches represents n
Inch/���London Chroui-
uf
rainfall of ono
le.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, Genera! Agent.
<U Third St.. cor Alder Portland. Or
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through lirst class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
daily at 3:15; makes close connections 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.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
j sites ln  the city for sale exclusively
! by us.    This magnificent property Is
; situated on the corners of Fourth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
park-  and  Emory  street,  comprising
!ln all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First Btreet at $700 (excepting the corner lot  facing Fourth    avenue"   ani
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
��� per   lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,   $450;
' five lots, $400.    Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rentB for $10 per
month.   Only |1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply tor full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$260; 4 inside lots $200 eacb. Price
M_0. cath.   Single lots at cash.
Centrally located In a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-ton .���
house. Teu rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, ilush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 rash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; baru 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $^0 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part ot lot 369, jolti-^ Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
7 lots Nos. SI to S6 aud 95, 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; borse and  rig;   $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of ll of 8. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 i>er cent.
Fui! sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear*
ed, $1,200, $800 cash     ���
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
o'. Gilley road. $225 ;>er acre. Acreage Is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; >_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %���
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corcer of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms i_ cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   V.   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos, at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x  32;   14-post'frame bouse  and  co*
stables, three ln all, stable 8 cows and
2 spun horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000   refused  for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
house made of hewed timber laid ln
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent ��� 1
$5,000. half cash, balance In 0 nnd 1!
months.
1C0 S.B. Vi of Sect! a 26, Dist. 1!,
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka crtd
running through;  goo 1 '������'''���'
north   of   Webster's corner;
mill ami P.O. at the wesl cornei '-���-
ber worth $7 per acre;        r and fir;
-I   miles    from    Port    Haney,    Pnffl
$2,100;  terms $1,100 cash,    r.iare arranged.
Large lot and two cottages on 0>
lunibla street, Sapperton. Both rental $10 each.
One and one-half store) bouse a��
fu��:i size lot, situated north side ol
Royal avenue und corner of UcKimnj
street; 9 rooms; bath room, iwt w
cold water, closet; wood she J; yooj
bearig fruit trees; streets on tbrtj
aides; fine view. Price $1,800. 0
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen*
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qu^
:Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared; W
alongside and back.     Price   f1'000'
half cash, balance easy at 1 '.',
150 acres Improved Ian I, bulWW]
j and sheds complete, near CloverdsJS
all under cultivation, $15,000. M
'can   handle   this, don't  delay; I!'8 ���
bargain; terms can be arranged.
��_TFor the above tour proper-*-?
special price will be made to enc P'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th    St., between**
(and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 l!'"'1"
j bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath f0
Idown stairs; parlor, dining room, lichen and pantry.   Full sized l"1 *
ning back to Ash fit.   Price W"'
$1,500 cask, balance at S'W l*r !'eS'
at 7 per cent-
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avet��
north side between First and S��f
streets, N*. 5, 6 and 7.   P'ice
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north stile "' H;"*
lltpn street between Sixth and &*
streets; $236.
,by.
DA*
road, Burt"
FEW
28  acres on    Mara
$160 an acre   FOR   A
ONLY.   One-quarter cash   b��:an
and 2 years at 7 %.
lUthr
cfieD
K
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. sO'^1 s_"'
���ide of 4th avenue.   Price *2M
Block 12 on 12th St.. etst ���%,,<
full sized Ints.   Price $2,600. on��
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11  lKw
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 eaen,
cash, balance 6 months at i w FEB   13. 1908
THE DAE        ��� WS.
PAGE  SEVEN
.anad.an     North-vi��.
. .-   Regulations.
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sti cl   in  w-lcl
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eadei if rejulred b
stead duties under
.   |   ���   -
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��� .   ��� ��� ars,
estea lei  may, if h-
;���  ruin  ;
:,
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i acres   :.->.���       In
���    , ��� bead
,   ..-
r tl -  mother, If the
���  .    ol   C  I -'"ade.- :
��� . ������ on  farming
'..   him.   not  ]��� -
(80)   ar n 8  In  extent,  in
,'.  oi  the homestead, or up-
uestead  entered  for  by him
..:.-.. such homesteader may
his own residence duties by
th the father (or mother).
The term "vicinity" in the two
..   paragraphs  is   defined    as
. it  more than nine miles In
line, exclusive ef the width
lowances cross,-1.���wr the
I . ��� nt.
:.i    A   homesteader   intending    to
his   residence   duties   in   ac-
with the above while living
|- ��� nts or on farming land own-
himself must notify  the agent
district of such intention.
nths' notice in writing must
i to the Commissioner of Do-
i mIs at Ottawa, of intention
apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY.
_De] nt. of the Minister of the Interior.
V  D��� 1'nauthorized   publication of
i' -itlsement   will   not   be  paid
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LANC   REGISTRY   ACT
that applies i { nil (
itei  ktargwi I Dob-
..������-������   Simple, und'r
Deed 'rem a. A. Fir :crn r
_aret D earinj date I i
1st :  . - oemlx r, a   d. _90_, ol
r thai   i rtaln parcel or
in I an I . i m sea situate, ly-
ng .:, :!.������ Distrlcl of New
-ter. in the Province oT Brll
-.. s ..more particularly known
rlbed as Let? 18 to 25, inclu-
Bl t k 4. being   parte  of eouth-
.   - ��� i    Sei tlon 2, Township 16.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
a-'ti_��~, Columbia roast Lin*
Service.
TIME T \BI_E
E. C   Coast Line Service.
* LASKA ROUTE.
SS   Pr ncess   May.
\ ���
.1        W ani   '-���'< -'"''���
VANCOLVER-VICTOFllA ROUTE.
S S.    Princess   Victoria
p. ni    dall} ;
..   ii,.  daily.
i   - . i    ii.   laflj ;    ar
������ - :i.
."".���'   ^--SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   P- ncess   Beatrice.
-   . - .-.  a,  i ail    ex
-   Si ;..iie 2:86 ;>.
I i :���
b Sei i\
���r . i es Victoi ia  * am.
- .ar.
AEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
14th
.'g'.li'.t,,   Mos qui
Tth of <
Quatsii
���.:���:, i.l.:   ���
..   . ...
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S  ..nan
.
except S I       .    and Saturday
leaves   al 1  p.m.   l> ives N'analmo at
? a   ni.
LP RIVER
itamona���
From  N.  W. To., Th., .-sat   8 a.m.
From Chw_. Sun.. Wed.. Prl.. 7 a.m
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
sti amer Transfi i   leaves Sevi  West
minster Monday, Tuesdaj  Wednesday,
Thursday,  Fridaj   and  Saturday  at   2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leavi     Westham    Island    Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday,   fhursday, Sat-1
indiv at 7 a.m    Ftldaj 6 a.m.   Addi-
w .w>VA\T��nR of evem
'El   f    ..ANAOA  TO  l ' I
Baking Powtfs*.
(lilt-1-t��� -.'>-rfiim.*- Lyo.
Imperial linking PavnStt.
OIII.lt . _fe��m Turtar.
��� '        -      '���������,��'. C-l<M.
OllleH't -1-iiiim'irl Illiiu.
���' ,   I    B-klm    "Smlii.
.Wet;-   ViijhlrirrCryit.l.
.VftOC  FOR OVER 50  YEfci
'   .GILLETT tf"v "'
TORONTO. OUT.
k_ 4 - --��- -,.. -t-i-.v -\-*mm -~-m.
J
Cm&SS
MOTICE TO CC '���    RACTORS
'-. iu and e.ac��� of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of tils
notice upon you. otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobbie as owner
thereof in  fee.    And  I  hereby direct - tlonal
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
I made    to register    M.  W.  Min-;
jthorn" as  the owner  In   fee simple,:
j ind" r i tax sale deed from the mayor,
and treasurer of the city of New West-
iminster, to M. W. Minthorne. bearing]
Luc the 10th  day of February.  A.D. j
J1904, of all and singular that certain!
j; ireel or tract of land and premises'
(situate, lying and being in the city
Ol New Westminster, In the province
|ef British Columbia, more particularly
|2inown and described as: Subdivision
5 of block "A" of the middle acre of;
|the south half of tlie south half of!
Jot li, suburban block 12, map 566.
Voti ��nd each of you are required to \
jcontest the claim of the tax purchaser
j within forty-five  days  from  the date!
jut the first publication of this notice,!
���otherwise I shall register M. W. Min-1
J thorne as owner thereof In fee. And
1 hereby direct that publication of this
luetic,, for thirty days in a daily news-
Paper published at New Westminster
will   I..-   .ood   and   sufficient   service
j thereof.
Dated at me Land Registry Office.
|New Westminster, province of British
��� ila. this 22nd day of January,
Vl>.  ; ���  -
C. S.  KKITH.
District Registrar,
ouil   R,  llaync.
UI persons served with this notice.
a,"l those claiming through or under
and all persons claiming any In-
'   '���' '   In  the said land by  virtue of
^registered instrument,  and  all
-ous claiming any interest in the
land  by  descent,  whose  title is
���'������'' registered under the provisions of
Land Registry Act," shall he for-
;  " topped and'debarred from setting up anv claim to or in respect of
aid land so sold for taxes as pro-
I  by the "Land Registry Act."
that publication of this notice for one
month in a daily newspaper publish-
ed at New Westminster will lv* pool
and   sufficient  service thereof.
il   : at  the Laud R glstry offlc?
V       Westminster,   Province   of   Brit-
-  : imi la, this 29th day of August,
A. D.  1907.
C.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, F.sq.
PROFESSIONAL.
WXORMAX BOLE, K. C. BAR.
��� ristar and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Hank of Commerce
building, New Westminster, B. C.
AHEALLEK.     BAKKISTKU.   SO-
���   licitor,  etc.,    42   Lome   Street,
opposite Court House, New Westmin-;
ster.    Phone 14".
HITESIDB  &   BDMOHDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street,   N'ew    Westminster.
W. .!��� Whit.rs.de. H. L. Kdmonds.
M .iiu'i.v, l.l-i.nii' & McQUARRIE
-W Barrlstors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 415 Granville street.
Joseph Martin, K. C. J. W. Weart, W
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wil be in Hie Westmlnstei
offices every Friday afternoon.
.i   p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
l'i in Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and l.Vh;
trom Vancouver at 8 3. m., 2nd
ind 16th of aaob month, calling at
Skldegata on first trip ami Bella Ooola
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET. VAN  ANSA,  LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria * p.m, every Wodm 1
day, from Vancouver    10   a.m. over.
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vni'
couver Bunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via   LadisnilHi.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.: arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Sntunlay 2 p. ni ;
arrives  Victoria 0  p.  m.
For   reservations   and   'ntormatlon
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent.  New Westminster
E. J. COYLE
.������t. Oen. Pm*   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
f*����n��riil Stiner^ntendent. Victoria
Gfc.OKUL, _.. maKTi.n, tiurri-i.i ��tm
Solicitor, Oulchon block, Colum
���111 and McKenzie streets. New Wnst
minster, B. C.
,. MYERS GRAV, li.irrisier, SollcltOI
and Notary Public, 1/ '.r.iclice sine*
L891   at   New  We.-t;,linger    HP..    Of
aces removed to Curtis Block,Clarion street, opposite Court Ilouso
p.O   Box 169.   Telephone 64
w
corner
streets,
K   II A N S FO It D.    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block.
Columbia     and     McKenzie
New Westminster. B. C.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon f.oute
��� CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WE HORSE, DAWSON and
��� -MK HANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
xPfess _nd freight connect with
"a8es ���" Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
1 01  information apply to
H    hug ERS, Traffic  Managei,
  V.ncouver." B. C.
ADV���KTI&_,        -*��
��� IN ���
ThE     DAILY      NEWS
aOARO of trade.   N w Westmin-
BtBr Board of Trade   meets in the'
Board Room, City Hall, as roilows:
Second Wednesday of each month,;
Quarterly    meetings on the second I
Wednesday    of    February,    May,,
Angus; and  November, at 8 p. m-
Annual   meetings   on    the   second
Wednesday    of     February.      New
members    may    he   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A- B. White. Sec.
Tbaoc Mabk��
Desi-N-
Corv rights 4c
Anro.. ./n-ln, . MMj���� *5*S--.r. 2
InT-ntlnn Is pmhn'.lr f WiSngoOK on Par,.nui
tlf>n��iitrlot.lrjonB,l,^iiiU- ,��"*'ffiSSffi(MMne
Scientific fltnencat.
ool��tloD of anr 'r
C��im,1��. *i.*j �� 1*.
an p-WMMlank _�����,,,
reoalrn.
4
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kight Trains Every Day tn the Yeu
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF FAME
IHE     NORTH-WESTERN.     LTD.
t'lmhodics the ncweit   and best Hr-na
or   COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.1
ind   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with
iuiIi   electricity   and   gas;   the   most.
brilliantly    illuminated   train    in   the
r/ond.      The   equipment   consists  of
irivste   lompartment  cars,   stan'hird
16   jection   sleepers,   luxurious   dining
nr   reclining chair  cars (seats  free),1
nodern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
n-r�� _nd  smoking can.
I-or   Time  Tables,   Folders,  or any
nrthrr   information   call  on   or  write
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
������to '-.econd Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Spokane falls & Northern Hy Co. -
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
'he only ail rail route between all;
ointi east, west and south *o Ross-;
ml Nelson and intermediate point*
.innecting at Spokane with the i/reat
Vorthern. Northern Pac.'fic and 0. R.
<t M   Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-;
dun   Pacific  Railway  f0r   Boundary'
Creek point*
Connects at    Meyers    FalU    with
t.ige r*t��iy for Republic.
Buffet   service   on  trains   between
ipokane  and Nelson.
tifective   Sunday,   Norember   io,;
���tool,
i.eave Day Traiii Arrive
c.20 a.m Spokane ....7-tS P-nL!
tj.25 p.m Rossland ....4-i<> f-1*-]
,.40 a na Nelaon --15 P-""
H. A. JACKSON.
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,. ,   ���,. ���_, id, marked <
Tend i
eceive
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'..   rob   190! -,   .
. i    ���
������   '   the plans
; hi - ���-   ... thi
sect* .   .   .
ta   Railway,
IV;  let 'A      FTr ...    i
cm tl ���        the -Or
��� ���  ������ the -".sth mile ������
��� i.eirin. to the crossing of iT,,
��� loniai  railway at or  aUOTM
���., distance .if about St^.T m :. -
Oisirin    \    From a point   designated  or,   thi   plant  of    the Com
-.oni rs.  at   o    about   the  crossii
the   Intercolonial  railway   by   the
scontlnental railway al mile ft":7
��'-; of Moneton to the Tobiqiip river.
at or alxmt mile 1.6 7 lees one mile,
i   distance of  about   iiT  miles.
13) District 'A'   From   a   polnl ile
nated on the plans rif the Commissioner-, al oi noeir the Tobique Hver
to a point shown on the -aid plans
ahoul 8\_ mil-S " ��� Oi the To��n of
Grand Falls. In the Province of N ^
Brunswick, a distance of about :;.l r-.
miles. ,
i ii Distrlcl H' From a point :-
Blgnated on thr> plans of the Commls
sioners, ai or near the boundary Hue
between tin1 Provinces of Quebec an;\
New Brunswick, westerly a distance
of about ",LM miles.
(6) Distrlcl 'D'--From ii polni designated "ii the plans Of Hie I'omtnN-
lloners, about eight miloi waai oi the
Ahitiiii River crossing, lu the Province of Ontario, westerly tor a distance  of about   100   miles
(til District 'E'���From a point de
Blgnated on the plans of the (Yinimls-
sinners, about 13l_ mile, west of Hie
Crossing  of  Mud   River,     near   Lull"
Neplgon, in the Pr_vlnoe rif Ontario,
easterly for a distance of .about "Ti
miles.
Plans, profile- nnrl Bpe.lflOatlO-S
may be seen in the office of th�� Chief
Engineer of the Commissioners' at. Ot-
t.-wu; also In lie' rrftlces of the District Engineers concerned, vi.:  iiuy
C. Dunn. St. .Iir'ni. N II.. A. B, H"U
cet, Quebec, P. Q ; lohn Aylen, Act*
Iiik District Engineer, North iL,v.
Ont : -ind T, 8. Arrnstrong, Neplgofl,
Ont,
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will not be considered unless
made In duplloal . and on ths prink
eri forms supplied by tha Commls
s Ion ei
A sep n ate ti ader musi be submitted for r in h si. tlon
Tenderers shall noi he in anv way
entil ed <" rely upon the otassifl-fl Ion,
in- anv other iiiformatlrin clven by
any pi i (on mi b< half of the Commls
sioners; ami before Bubfhlttlng any
tender, blddets should make a 6ai ral
oxaieiniil-inn of the pVS(tt_i |>r"fHps,
drawings and speelfl()fltio_.S, nnd real
the frfrms to be e*eo_t*d, an l fully
inform them-elves fttl to the quantity1
and quillty of r_-tefl_ls, a-ul ctiar-
BCt.f of WOfkfliaflsBlp required; and
nre understood fcO accept nnd aeree
to be bound by. th? terms and conditions in the form of cont-ac.t, specifications, pte, annexed to the form of
tender.
B-irh tender must be sijjned and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, pay.
able to the order of the Commission -.-is
of the Transcontinental Railway, as
follows:
For Section No. 1, District 'A'.| 75.0C0
�� ��     2, "     'A'.. 100,000
" ��     3| ��     .A-       75,000
" rr      4' "     -B'.. 100,000
<���     b'( "     'D'.. 150,000
" <���     6 "     'E'.. 100,000
Any person whose tender Is accept-
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lOSe In   .','iel ruction Of H
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snoh - ���   ������   ���    af. '���������!,������
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renl   rate in se. _Crl r-ilr
���     ..nable rati    and, ir,
or a
current or a fair and rei-BOne
hall be determined hj  the C<
.   .   -r. hose .eclsIoTl sb-'li    ���
This  i..reemenl   i-   suhjei'    to the :
lations   now   in   force,
-ii anv   time   hereafter    -.    ir.
��� during the constrnctlon of the
��� ���- hereby ec_tra_ted for, mad�� nr
t_re anthOMlJ of ibe Departmem ol
or, and -which are, or shall be '���
le bo snc_ -works.'' (The seVi.'dulf
of miiiinnini   W*g_t   deiermiiT.i   a
���   said IVivavtmenl  will forrn  p ���
-  i,li-;,,l.-|
The contractor ^ba1! in connect ��� c
with        wh l? of the said won
fat   '-       eiieai l������-. use onl>  inatei
machinery-, plant, supplies and rolling
stor n-f_cture_ _f produced    In
Canada, provided the same can be db
taiiv i as i-heaiily, and upon a= good
terms in Canada as elsewlier--. having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall isftfttdrm to th
tire regulation* adopte. bj the Coin
mission, 1-. and also to the laws and
regulations n'speeftlia tires ill the different province, wherein the work is
being perfeitned.
The rlalit  is reserved fcO v JCCl  any
or ail tenders-,
By order,
P.  K. RYAN,
Seoretary.
The t'oniiiiissloiiers of the
Transconllnental Railway
OttaW-, 1st  February, 190R.
������'A' LING OF
L   .-LAVES.
n>�� uiiiii 1-1 "���- ������ ������.,11, <(_���
c, .   iii,!.- (.. r .  ^.. ltd ir.
,.1,. ' -''ind.
���'���    '     -ol.
th.  bright
lei   -'��� 1     " ','rln%.
���eems ai   I   tb  tiv*
'-iitt
UOt tbv
TVe lea: -
bio after 1 ol  tb   p-rri
tree   Whlel        :u1
���   0   ��� ���'      '   les'  item called
'" e ag   -,: te
this ei i   pit -������   "
1 ..    .,,,.. ......    . loose
chad tliin walled   0
,;   stronger   wood
among them, so  In the earl> hutun .
. I 1*,i,-i    ,1-    !,..  ���.-   nppelir ns  (irmly
hed ai ��� ���'���   before, they are realty
held  on  thi b'.   Hiiwo few
Wood    ���  ������""'���   and    be  out ���    br   h
ild li  "|- the stem     Now
.    . ry -ft
��������������� I   soppor
atni   ��� 1  Bhowers to tnj
...
srnir-,
,. .        .1 ..   , --.    ��� ..-.   np
1     ���,,,,,  ' ��� A-,
the brol
en  r-il ������ ������ ���
:r> fill "'���' '
r..y       ,,,,,
���'���  '���: I     ' ���'        ' ������        BUSTS
nnd from     ��������� .-aiis,., Oi
nf tlie wild Hamaparlflfc, whlcl 1 ���������
;ust iibove fhe iri-oeri'). ��� ...
little projections will be seen upon t'-.n
ring-like soar vhioh nrrYOnndS t-�� bud
Wl ere nn- lea. st-Ms bns just separate..
Often t_e leaves separate and faTi
sven   on  the  quii'iesi   days,   for   (he
oWn weight is suffieierit to break th*
frail srippori. These hushed and Btt
prarrrelj trnnqnfl etaji% ��-c nil remer,
her. When our <Vror>"r walks are ac
��� ,1 l.v the soft. s-Tn.-ill sounds i
Falling leaves, l>> the rustlings and dry
whisperings of their BShoWernig mnit!
redes    St. N'lcholas
Newspapers wlll not lu? paid fur Ibis
advertisement If they Insert II with
out authority from the Commissioners.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F ��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held ln Oddfellews' hall. Colum
bla  street, every   Mondny  evening
at X n'Hoek.
V O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetlnus the first and 'hlril Tuea
rjiiy In eacb month, Vlsltlne
brethren OOfdlally Invited to attend
Lodge morn. A. 0 0. W. hall. Odd
fellown'   block,   (larkson   itreel
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
���MbpIs the  Ffuir-.b   Friday  In   the
mrintli    nt    1   n'rl ,rk.    III   the   6Hial!
ball. Oddf-llOWS'  bloCB
,OURT ROYAL CCLUMBIA. No. 8808
A. O. F. The r-gnlar ni����tlng8 n1
this l/idge n'ip held ���"< Mie Becorid
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
ir   ^   :���   in.   In  > he Orlrlfellows'   Ha!I
FRATERNAL   ORU.R    OF    EAGLES.
.-V��rle No.  ><>    Meets every Tuesday
evpriine;  Si   S  p   rn.,  in    lie   Bfi_le"9
twil,    Columbia    street.    A.    (.'lark,
W.   Pres.;   H   Schofleld,  Secretary.
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday
af  8 o'clock  p.  m., ln Oddfellows' ���
haij, Columbia sireet.
- |
��ON_ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3 j
SOCIATION. LORD OP THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
E. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland, j
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. 3 j
��� Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Colum la Street, every Friday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.H. Clow, N.O.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
SLEEP AND NERVE REST,
A   Vti-pimlO    Tbnl    I*   0Vert-6W-���    Th
thr   Mnde-rn   Stve���m>.��  l,it'c.
In the days when eight hour* to;-
sleep were nominally regarded as r.-
hour too lout for any self resper-ttnn
Individual ihe exhausting chalract_r ot
modern life Was unknown. There was
luss wealth and more contentment; let*
competition mid tnor. security: feWel
distrfictlons, but more simplicity.
Work was easier, slnwer. nnd r-nre.
anxiety, apprehension  l_ a word, w-or
ty���did iirlt d'erl. like Hli' worm V tb'
burl, upon the hours .X_r_.pl trom toN
We are reniorseiess in overta.ing the
delir-nte iiiei-hanisiii of Oiir minds and
nerves. The best Walker, for instance,
does not ftWpose to hlrj-sel. h) _n regv,
larly sixty miles n day or to subjec*
the same Bftl Of til-Seles in any Oih*.
form of physical exercise to liiters*
nnd unremitting labor Rut that '.
what we do with the Immediate agent
of our minds the brain mnr-hlne. \V*
cannot watch Its operations, We ofteo
Bssume that Its niovoments are c. iigru
and eiulless as the tipples of the uni
versnl air. SVB luiiw ami be} vert-el es*
we forget that the lirtiin is a snlistantiai
apparatus ns liable to rleprer-latlon nr
the filed plant In u Workshop. Now.
nothing Is more eertnln than this that
Ihe potential i-npmdty of the human
brain has no* Increased, If nt all. In
anything like the proportion of the lm-
meimely nggrnvnteil rl��mand upon It.
The modern mini Is subject to is
much mental nnd morn! wear and .prf
In a day ns bis ancestors In no very
remote generation experienced In a
week. Tet In respect of sleep we have
hardly changed traditional habit. W*
keep later nnd still later hours. Wte
patch our trains In the morning hr
usual. There Is no doubt whr.tever ths.
we bum the candle at both ends with
unprecedented disregard of the laws o.
psychological economy, nnd thnt th.
amount of rest we nl1n_w for nerve and
brain Is no longer adequate.--London
Telegraph.
A Fait Trnln.
On the nivlern line near VeiitiuiigMa.
Italy, the trnln. nfter ambling gently
.lung, stopped suddenly. An Inpatient
passenger put his heiul out ami nsUfW
crustily, "Is this P.onligliera?" No an
swer. "Guard, Is this RurdlglieraV" Hi
shouted again. A volte came from tb<.
fore part of tho trnln, "No. monsieur.
It Is not Bordlghera���It Is a -ot.'
When the cow lind been removed from
the line the train ambled on -tgatu
Two minutes litter h once more cam*
te a dead stop. "Another cow. 1 suppose?" shouted tbe testy pa^eitcel
witheringi.v. "No, inonsleur, It Is not,"
.aid the guard placidly. "It Is till
same cow."
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday ot each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St, at
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
A   Com.I-   D<"<!..
There is a famous old desk ln U>��
British war office ba London. It Is t
desk to which old hands point with
emotion. That desk cost the nation
g25.0fi0.000. In It Is a pigeonhole with
a story. It was Into thnt pigeonhole
that the dispatch of King Theodore ot
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotten
After we had been lo war the Uocn
ment was found In the desk, anil ir.
.11 learned that thoM ought to have
been no war-London Sketch.
Tiw   stl-iir.
"I hear your firm discharged you."
"Yes. but I wouldn't mind that M
much If they hadn't added Insult t��
Injury."
"How?"
"They advertise* for a boy to fill
my place."
Sheridan fell In lovt wttfe Ml* Un
ley and told the itiry of -_t�� Bl-att,"
wfetcfe to ��� tm M-oust it Ma
Alp.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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ON TIME!
r
//" your sweetheart gets a   J
Valentine at all, she wants   I
if on fime. i
H. Morey & Co.    \
Have   a    fine    assortment
from 5c to $2.50 each.
They're Going !
Apples
BOARD OF TRADE HOLDS
ITS ANNUAL MEETINIi
AND !
MOREY'S
Columbia Street
For Your Chicks
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Painf, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83.
f        aDVERTIHE     ' -!������
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Oranges
���yi	
WE HAVE
THEM
GOOD ONES!
Apples, $1*50
per box.
Navel Oranges
Best quality
Large size
25c per dozen
***********
CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
%
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Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
1 Wedding Presents \
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X   COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA.
���
RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING   SILVER   GOODS,   BRASS   AND  ���
���
���
���
:
The Jeweler     ���
���
and last but not least, we are sole agents for
THE   PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA.
(Continue I fiom  I'a.e  l-Yiur. i
nf this board and merchants and cit- (
izens generally will support    the    ef
fori to make oui   natural advantage. !
knmwi   tn   those   who   may   be  inter-i
ested.
On behalf of the committee.
.   GEORGE E.  MARTIN,
Chairman.
Navigation  Committee.
s j
Tn the Secretary   of   the   Hoard   of
Trade.
Sirs,���Following  the   general   prao-
Lice adopted by  the  board I  heg to,
submit for your consideration the re-!
porl <u the navigation committee fori
the yeai   1907.
A request was first made for the
leepenlng .and clearing of the Harrl.
son river: the committee took the
matter up with Mr. Kennedy, Dominion representative, and an appropriation nl' $lii.niio was made, hut the work
has not been commenced, We therefore would recommend that pressure
be brought to bear upon the government with a view of having the work
done, as the opening of Harrison river
tn Harrison lake will provide an uninterrupted waterway to New Westminster tor the large section of tire
country on Harrison Ialie and Pember-
ton meadows which is being rapidly
Settled.
In ill" early part of the summer,
the question of having a clear channel on tlie Fraser river left open by
the fishermen tor the steamers was
taken up and successfully arranged.
The dredge cleared the channel af
Ladner and ol structlons on the rivei
were attended to by the Sampson,
The channel in Chilliwack is In a
very unsatisfactory state, the department has been requested to do some
work there! but although this was
promised some time ago, nothing practicable has been done,
Having In view the absolute ni a s-
sity of doing permanent work on the
Annievllle bar and at th Sai I Heads
in ord. r to allow entrance to Large
steamers at all limes in thi Fraser
river, and considering that it was a
question of greal moment to New
Westminster r-ity and Its Industries,
we recommende i that a public meeting be called tor the purposi ��� I devising ways and means wliereli y.i re-
liable ri pori could be obtained on tlie'
possibility of bavin gthls work.undertaken bj the Dominion government, at
that meeting a strong committee wi -
appointed, who decided to appoint Mr, j
Le Baron, an eminent i ngineer, to
make survey, and report. We understand this repdrl will be made known
at once, Should this report be favorable, we strongly recommend that the
mat ter he pressed at Ottawa, and
would Impress upon the governm nt
the necessity of having this work
prosecuted without, delay, and thus
open the best fresh water port-in the |
Dominion,
ED. GOULET,
Chairman of Navigation Committee.
Polish Your Furniture
Johnson's Prepared Win. It preserves and I'Hi'i-'s out iniiiirn] beauty of
the wood, n produces a rich, artistic
[ini-.li. to whir-li rlin unrl dust will not
ere, Just try it and you will see how
uiiK-L better it Is than uny other iioiish.
Johnson's
Prepared ��/ax
������."A Complete Finish and Poli-li for All
-\.a������;." Use It on your floors aod woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Was is
for all danclmi floors.
...ii ran _et Johnson's free book, "The
Proper Xr-atment tor Floors, Woodwork
and Furniture" und these prepare tions ot
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Also.
WOOD   DYES
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
...ART EXHIBIT...
We announce to the ladles of New Westm
MISS   ALLISON   COCKBURN
will be bere in the Interests of Br (ding's S
commencing  Monday, February the 17th.
Arrangi ments have l^-' n  le for    Mlsi  I ���
ri,.r display of fancy work in the  parlor of   thr
Classes l" to 12 a. m., and 2 to  1 p.m.
________ -__-_���������--�����������������
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone  53.
New Westminster. R u. Ho* 474
NOTICE
We Have Now
On Display
New Prints,    New Dress
Ginghams,      New Dress
Muslins,
In   appropriate   designs and   colorings for evening wear.
New Embroideries and Insertions, New Curtain
Nets, New Frilled
Muslin s,
New Drapery Muslins, Plain Silks,
New White Blouses, New Dress
Skirts, New Muslin Suits,
Etc., Etc*
We take this oppo tu Invite every  person    to view
new goods now w_en   there   Is plenty of time to ex
show what we have.   Ask ti     i     ��� .������rythin_  new.
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN,
!
This Date in History.
Agent Hamilton Watches
FEBRUARY  13.
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AT
J.J. MAC KAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS  STATIONERS  NEWS DEALERS
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1660���Charles X. of Sweden died.
Horn November 8, 1622,
1689���William and Mary onthroned In
England,
1760���The British wars'nip Ramlllles,
with crew of 700, sailed from
Plymouth on a voyage that
ended in a wreck and the loss
of all on board except two.
1806���David Dudley Field, American
v lawyer, born. Died April 13,
1894.
1843���Commodore Isaac Hull, r. s. \\,
died.    Born March 9, 177::.
INSI!���Richard Wagner, musical composer,  lied. Born May ... 1813,
1,SMI���Great fire at Brandon, Man.
1891���Admiral David D. Porter died,
Born June S, 1813.
inh")���Chinese Meet surrendered to
the Japanese.
1906���.Northwestern states swept by
' severe blizzard.
Re site for  whan' and  boom on  tn
Fra.-r r river, near New Westmin  !
ster, B. C.
NOTICE is here.y given that cn (
undersigned, 11, ti. Barnet ami Hugh
McDonald, both of tbe city of New
Westminster, in the province of Brit-1
ish Columbia, mill owners, having ap
plied to his < xcellency t'he governor
general-ln-councll, for the approval o
a certain site for the construction of
a certain wharf and Doom, situate on
the south side of Lulu island, oa the
shore of tlie Fraser river, have di-
posited with the honorable the minister of public works at. Ottawa, plans
of said wharf and boom, which they
propose to construct on Land covered
with water, lying south of lot 757, in!
group I, in the district of New Westminster and province aforesaid, together with a description of the proposed site thereof described by m"tes
and bounds; and have also deposited al
duplicate of each in the office of tlie
registrar of deeds for the said district
of New Westminster, In which district
said work is proposed to be constructed; in accordance with the require-j
ments of section 7 of the "Navigable
Waters' Protection Act," Chap. 11")
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dated at New Westminster, B.  C.
the '-oth day of January, 1908.
h. g. barnet,
Hugh   Mcdonald.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
Ngs.  Westminster
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GLOVES
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or      ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
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A NEW HOUSE 11 illlllpS, Wardrobe Clothier
lnterurban   Line
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:51 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last ear lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty ini-ines for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on tbe hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after,  commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:.t)
a. ra.
8unday Service  hair-nourly be- 2
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. *
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i
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Best part of the city; fully modern and up-
to-date; eight large rooms, basement and furnace.
Price, $4,000.
Terms ��� One - quarter cash,  balance easy
payments.
F. J. HART y CO.
for the Hotorman
GLOVES for the Working Man
Dress Gloves
Canvas Gloves
Working Gloves, in
"Bronko"	
 50c and 7-jc
Working Gloves, in
"Bronko," double
palm and double
tips to fingers ... t
 90c the pair
Pinto Shell  Cordova |
Reindeer
THE
New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Va
SELLING AGENT FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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| FOR SALE.....
���     ���   Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we wil
f deliver to any part of the city.
:
C. WILLIAMS
ncouver.
I Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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