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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
e, Shiles & Co
EAL ESTATE
lumbia St. Phone 85
���*�� H
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
MEtR REVENUEBl�� dissects
IS HEAVY       Wifrs SISTER ACT
jFees  for   Licenses
During January Amount
to $347,266.65 ��� Recent
Order is Responsible.
Fight For White Labor
on E. & N. Construction
is Practically Won Lad>,Supc,.intendentNotifies
HOSPITAL EXPENSES
ARE INCREASING
Contends   That   Scriptures
Issued,    ExPrcssly Forbid  Unions 	
Now Sanctioned by British Marpole   Advise*   Finance   Minister  Tatlow  That   Only
Law ��� Urges Adherence. White Men Will be  Employed  on Alberni Extension.
PRtwiLK.:: nco
EIIRES
KJITS PREVIOUS RECORDS
In
del
terday
Dart,  or the
minster.
om   timber  licenses   i*
��� month of January was
t:. Is the    hlstorj   of the
m   .  than exceeded the
revenui   from    timber  for   any
��� :    thi    pf-S1
to  $347,266.65. |
;i   length}  and  vigorous  a
vered al  tbe Anglican synod
morning, His Lordship Bishop
diocese  ol   New   West
d< nou need   In  no   unci
forms Un   Deceased  Wife's Si_ti    ac
passed   I     l_<    Brltlsn
quoting   many
���Hot Deflate on Henderson's Motion.
Board of Managers That Officially Announces His Ab-
Nursing Staff Has Grown,     dication ��� Followers Will
Keep Alive the Party He
Organized.
Thanks for Books.
Victoria.   B. C,   Feb.  5.���(Special)���   Ral
The   Immigration   bill     introduced   in,of!
the   house   by   Attorney General   Bcw
ser unanimously passed  its third read-
government, I ing at this afternoon's session.
passages  in   s<
to ��upport his contention that thi   rei ommencement  of tb<   ������
_ a,u'(S "���   the wifi   were In tin- same     ' 'j K   ,;   Tatl< "   '"���'���    '
two  years,) d.i.':..,    ,    tlves of the husbands an i"""       wis   ��� which he
.    , , vlc'' 9eTSB   that   ' was as much con .��� 1   from  R
l   due  in  the  recent  trarj to the law of God for ,a man to
���ouncil passed  by the  pro-   marrj th<       ti    of his formei wife as
In - ��� 11 in��� iit a short time ago  to marr;   his nun  Bisi .   |IV  t_e
Jaclng a reserve upon all the Umber| act  of marriage his  wifi
Sinill) also cam,    ���   '.'i
verbal castlgatl 1     of thi   ���
;. nci     Those who had  cami   .
v   to la, B, ('.. Feb. ���     li la under.
that   Hi.-   Impeachn 1 ni   reeolu
tloi inn   nou    been down
thr< ���      mes,   the  oppoi    0    will   not
furthei   1 Ithouf I men
i bi r ii    Nanaimo may again endi 1
Mar   ''���  ~'v"  ���������'      ���     It in a new form before thi
''   ���'-���'   '   ��������� thi   ���'   I    R   p   .1.   ho   ���     on  the third  readii     .
division, to the effect that only white] Immigration bill the leadei of the op-1
n will move that 1
bi       o committee for tin   1 or osi
���   meeting ot  thi    oard ol
lagers   of    the  Jio.vii  Columbian
was   held   yesterday    in   the
. hi trade room, at which report-
ecelved from tlie lady  superln-
nl of ili< hospital and a ne^ vis-
committee appointed.     It was
leclded  thai
CARLOS WAS KORKHAKNED
Lisbon, Feb.
in the rumor
There Is no truth
current in   Berlin   yes-
as  many  of  the  terday thai an attempt bad been made
members of  the   board of  mai ��� upon the life of rhe minister of war
as could do so Bhould visa thi      da-  in the first cabinet  announced, .lose
Vancouver   with   a   Mathias Nunc-.
I : esull    that    Ihe
not  been  able to 1 ven
|eep 11;        . the work  and many lied   for   have   not   as  ye1
Verdict for B. C. Electric.
���Vancouver, Feb. 6.���A verdict was
kchi tils afternoon in the damage
ll ol McKercher vs. B. C. Electric
I'llway company, limited, in which
fcKercher sued for $3000 for iiersonal
|j illeged to have been received
irdlng a street car. The jury
fa verdict in favor of the de-
ilant company.
.1 woman may not marry
band's brother, and by analogy, a
man may not marry his wife's sister.
While it was true, said the bishop,
Chat under the Mosaic law. such marriages had been allowed, yet at ibal
time efforts were being made to regulate if not to Immediately abolish,
evils. The Church of England at the
reformation had adhered to the rule
of Scripture, neither adding to 01
claiming to dispense from it. Bince
that time the law of England bad been
changed, but the law of the churc'n
Still remain, and was binding on all
its members, One good result, however, might result from the "unhappy
change in the statute law"; it would
emphasize the facl thai the law of the
Church was distinct from llie law of
the state and -show decisively that it
was not subject to the alteration by
the civil power. His Lordship denied
that there was any force In the "quibble" by which objectors had sought to
confuse the minds of people iinlamili-
ar with the subject, thai by the prohibitions two brothers could nol marry two sistr rs, which had ever been
considered     lawful.     His     Lordship
 quoted   many   eminent   men,   clerical
and civil, who had declared theni-
l'tolii>, I'l'ii, .",-The possibility of selves along tho lines held by himself
' "   cution  Of   J.   U,   Hawthorn-' On   this   question,   both in
1    the  E. &   x. should only
ie   -   mi      on  condition  thai   no  person ol 0 iental birth 1       yed on
ihe construction  ol tbe  line,  01   during thi   lifi   of the exempt on,
��� ild  be  employed on  thi   E.' posn
^^^^^^^^^^^^^&   I    '^'������' 11"-' ��� 11   Krenrti   (';',���. k   to
d timber prior to that ^havel that   si '   ' i_�� '\' '���
,, . "   ma 'rable  ii   iressh n  In  the house
ade all has,, :;,  file ,hen- applied-.���   ���     e,     I, the Bible were al-     (,���     ,      Cessment    aci
dS"'*fty{   "   " "���<)1" ""     ' <���   th. ' broughl  1,;, a long  debate    arcs,   In
T"111"1"^ :"'i'li,���,|    slmlIarly   fom  ,. section   with   Stuart   Henderson's
Oie woman's side; that marriage al    amen_meni     proposing  that   the ex-
Unity was  equivalent to consanguini-   emption
ty,    As an example the  b shop sal
,  licenses were granted,  thai while it wasnotexprei   [3
square mile of timber land  in the prohibitions thai a man mlghi
; thesi     16- were Issued for timber  nol mart,  his niece, yel ll nas stated
���   of the Cascades,  the  fee   thai a man may not marry his aunt':
���  $116   per  limit;     1,386  thus  converselj   thai   a woman   may
for  limits     west   of   the   not many her nephew ami  In  analogy
The fee  for  these is  $140  that a  man  maj   not  marry his  niece,
Transfer fees  during  .Ian-   similarly.   Il   was  stated  thai   a   man
��� gated $SS6. may not   marry   his    brother's   wife,
.:. eoal license, were Issued, from which u mlghi be inferred that
e feei    ggregatlag $4,S00. a  woman  may not    marry  her hus-
Thi      fi nue  trom   timber  tor the
a months of the present fls-!
��� 1- amounted in all to $1,-
1
he words, "so ti
issemblj has powei   to ena<
the     me."   A warm discuss On is an
lie li
On iderable interest is taken in a
resi 1 n offered 15 Dr, McG-ulre, ol
Vrn.. iver, praying the lieutenant-
gov nor 10 request theDomlnlon government to cause ;in Inquiry 10 he
inn.! as to whether a com ine ex'sts
in   thi    coal   trade  to  maintain  exces
ivith t'ne question.  PremierlBive prices.   His honor, it is not for
':    ��� idi   asserted thai  such a clause   gotten, Is president of one of thi verj
te  the disallowance of the1 companies which  would come within
aci by the authorities at Ottawa, .1.
A. Macdonald, Liberal leader, promptly   acci the   premier's   challenge.
and announced  that  he would    teie-
the scope of such an investigation.
Lasl year's fight has been renewed
for possession of Southeast Kootenay,
the contestants  being  D.  C.  Corbin,
graph to Ottawa to find out whether  represented, by Mr, Bodweli. and the
such   was   the  case.
Accusations of insincerity were
freely exchanged from betli sides of
lhe house, the government support
ers making many references to the
resolution passed at the Liberal convention  held  in Vancouver  lasl  year.
company on the bill to Incorporate
tin Eastern B. ('. railway from Michel
Creek on the Crow's _Jes1 railway
through the rich Flathead country to
the international boundary. The committee adjourned after a heated dis
cusslon without reaching a decision.
KUUSrS SPEECH
PATHWAY TO JAIL
EIGHTY FIVE DELEGATES
ATTEND ANGLICAN SVNOD
iwthornthwaite's P y r o -
technic Denunciation of
Dunsmuir May Land Him
in Durance Vile.
;',
IWll   nil
tp< dition
'   -   :
' '
'
���
rly and
11 I- A., of Nanaimo, by the! present times, adding, boweVer. thai
���   ' charge of bavin, uttered! while   the   statute   in   England   made
Of having uttered
���onl  Inflammatory speech
iilghl .it a meeting he ad-
\ tincouver, in a subject of
the
ble,
ten
union In question within the ta-
yet it was not designed to Inter-
, nor does it, with the Holy Mat-
The twenty-sixth session of the Anglican  BjTiod    of    New Westmlnstei
j li. v?v. Flnnes-Clinton, Rev C, WV
Houghton, Rev. 0. C. Owen and Rev,
C.    H     Wilson,      lay   delegates,   J,   u.
Payne, \v. .1. Walker, A. Dunbar
Taylor, and .1. G. Hrice. A. Met'
Creery was reelected to the position
of treasurer, and John F. HelUwell
was   re-api.olnted  to  the   position of
opened In the city yesterday mOrnthg, auditor,
commencing  with  services    iu  Hoh!    Rev.   11.
Beacham   was    re-elected
discussion    today   in  the; rlmony,    as   ,1111    ordinance    of    the
halls, 'church.    Bishop Han   real  the canon
1. of Mr, Hawthornthwaite of the diocese which forbids tbe
em ni/.at ion   of such   1   marriage
proceeded to show thai H was in accord   with  the   tow    of    ihe   church
irged the
clerical secretary, and .1. It. Simpson
lay secretary. The following were
elected to the board of discipline:
Ven. Archdeacon Small. Revv. H. P.
Akeburst, Rev. H. G. FiniH-s-t'linton.
W. Norman Bole, K. C, A. Dunbar-
Taylor, and W. Myers-Gray.
The delegates to the general synod
are Ven. Archdeacon Pentrenth. Rev.
II. J. Underbill, Ven. Archdeacon
Small, Rev. II. G. Fumes-Clinton and
Messrs. A. MeC. Creery. A. Dunbar-
Taylor, W. Taylor, and W. .1. Walker.
Following the session of the synod.
it was difficult for those resident in! service was held in the cathedral,
the country to come to the city at evetrtjpng being sung by Rev ll. S
this time and that the end of the stat- Akehhrst, of Kamloops, assisted by
istical  year being in Master, It would! Rev.   ,1.   H.   Hooper.
 1    ,*��
Triu.ty cathedral, after which the
delegates assembled In Bt. Georges
hall where His Lordship Bishop Dart
delivered his annual address, tlie suh-
stance of which is given in another
column. There were present on the
opening day some twenty-Rye clerg;,
and about sixty lay representatives
An iuipoit.nl notice of motion which
will be considered today was read
by Rev. II. S. AUehursl, of KjB-oloops,
that tbe meetings of the synod should
bo held in June instead of in February as a' present, for tlie reasons that
hospital   at
���    to  getting   ideas   thai worn.!   be
.1  in  the    arrangements  fo:   the
op   ed    isolation    hospital      1. re,
fa   will   be   rushed    wira   a
The chair of the meeting was oi
ij the president. James Cunn
the  others  pn  ''in   being   M
Pearce, Mrs. F.  Broad, Mrs.   \
I, and  Messrs. .1.  J. Jones, tl. T.
Marshal   Sinclair,  ,1.  John 1
L. A. Lewis and E. W. Sain.    A 1
������ of salaries and accounts were or-
-  ��� I paid and progress estimates on
���wo new  buildings undo;  erectli
ven   passed as follows:    ,i. Common
woodwork,     Archibald   Bros,   for
plumbing,     and  Hardman  &  Co.   for
Iware.   The secretary was authoi
ized to have a telephone instilled In
���-���������   offlci   at the hospital, the present
phone  being  largely   monopolized   by
the doctors, who, of course, are given
���  edence.    The  visiting comra ttee
for last month reported everything as
satisfactory    as    possible    with    the
large number of patients under treatment.      Thv   visiting   committee   ror
February   w.as  appointed  as   follows:
Mrs. Hill. M, Sinclair and J. J. Jones
The following reports from the ladj
superintendent     were    read and  adopted:
"1   beg   to   submit   herewith   stun
ment  of  patients,. Royal   Columbian
hospital,   foi   the month   of Jannnn.
1908:
'Number of patients in hospital,
January 1, 56; discharged, li'l: died,
2; admitted during January, 63; remaining January 31, 45; number of
patients treated during January. 109;
number of hospital days, ITliU; number of maternltj eases treated In cottage, IS; received from paying patients, $682.2.ri; number of patients tn
hospital today, February 5. 80."
The additional report reaii:
"You have noticed, no doubt, thai
our  expenses  have  increased   consld-
The new cabinet, al
its initial session, declared to 0
elections and to convoke parliament
at the earliest possible moment.
Franco has officially announced his
retirement from politics, but his followers will attempt to continue the
party   he   organized.
No  Time   for   Tears.
Queen Amelia receives only her
very dose Intimates, but made an ex
ceptlon in favor Of the wife of the foreign minister. The latter remarked
that her eyes were dry. "We na\e
no time for taars," replied Ihe queen.
"I am a daughter of France." The
arrival of her mother is expected to .
be a great solace to her.
The last of the regicides was identified yesterday as ,a school teacher.
He had an abundance of heavy chestnut hair and beard, and a high broad
brow, and was plainly the master
mind. He looked the typical dreamer and it was easy to imagine how
the other .two men, ordinary workmen of the lower class in dress and
appearance, under the fire of his
words believed in the ridding of the
country of tyrants.
King   Was   Foolhardy.
King Carlos was the victim of his
own imprudent courage. Premier
Franco had arranged a military escort, but the king disdained to meet
his people surrounded by armed
guarus. Instead he telegraphed 10
Franco to have open carriages in
waiting and no troops. The premier,
who knew the situation better than
the king, is blamed for not Insisting
cn his arrangement. The dowager
queen, who was at Lisbon, urgently
advised the king against, returning to
that city, and when he insisted she
telegraphed to him at Villa VUlicosa
tbat If he came to come alone.
Queen  Blamed   Franco.
San Sebastian, Spain, Feb. 5.���-The
newspaper  VoSe de Guiptizcoa prints
 I dispatch from  Lisbon to the effect
erably  for  some time  past.    This  ls|tnat wnetl Franco p���t himself before
due  to  the   increase  in our  patients,   |)]e queen after the assassination, she
and   also   in  our   staff.
cried:   "lt is  you  alone  who arc the
"During  Ihe  last three  months   we   _,uise  _f ,lH  th_t ha_ happenert]  and
'nave treated three hundred .and ninety patients, with a dally average ol
sixty.
"Attached is a complete list of our
nursing staff:
"Mary .Martin, lady     ip"i inleudent;
I against   Lleutenant-Gov.
tnulr,  ami   [Its  exoeettng
sol
and
attracte 1 attention. The
tt�� and volume of epithets applied
tO   file   Lieu-
Mr   1!
iwtbonuhwaile
1 l-��oi   are   without   parallel
'������   01  Camilla  in criticism
���"s of anj  representative or
r,'u".     Hawthornthwalto   said
" ""'   things ihat the Gov-
human  hyena" and  an
I'irouglioiit the world. Hi
clergy to be dillg-td In
the admission ot' person
entered Into such union
Lord's Supper.
bers may be
���possibly
lessened."  hi'
mi aster."
the  frown   will   undertake
1 ���""ui   of     Mr.   llawitnorn-
;  matter which  it  is be-
be   determined    in   the
''       ' ;" �� days as It is reported
"' '   '    now under considera-
111 thai  info!mntiim regarding
"���s of Mr.Hawthornthwulte
|V|ln ������  being secured.
'-' of the Criminal  Code
''  every  one i. guilty or
0i ' ��� 16     and   ii_,_ie   t<>
'   onmenl   who speaks
'   IS   WOrdS,   etr.
ni-ed thai  In these days
i" esonal  liberty    a   public
1  have    to  be of .an   ex-
 �����   inllnmmatory     and
"''"'' lo form lhe basis
,sf��l prosecution tor sedi-
1  Sl1"" :i     The  truth of  seditious
1   ���   ��� ���  1.1. aded,
*     '��� '     '     ���!..:, ll
according to
with at once Instead of not being submitted   until   February.
Anoiber notice of motion to be con
sldered today was moved by VV. Merman Bole, an amendment to the can
ou authorizing the appointment of a
bishop. The proposed change makes
it necessarj tor there to be at least
preventing; two-thirds of the members of each or-
who baa _er present before nominations can b��
rrom the I proceeded with, Instead of onchalf us
our num- at present; and that a two-thirds ma-
concluded, jorlty of those present, shall be nee
"by faithful adherence to our fixed t,<,sary to sleet instead of B Straight
principles, but certainly our DOWet majority as ar present.,
for  good   service  will  be  Increased." yen.    Archdeacon     Pcntreflth     pre-
Ills Lordship    brielly  reviewed  the sented   his   report   as   archdeacon
work   In   the   diocese  sine*,   the   las' j Columbia,   reporting  everything
synod.    He spoke of his coming visit I most   satisfactory   condition  and   ad-
to the  Kootenaya   and    to England,
where he proposes to attend the Lambeth   conference   In   July.     and     file
commemoration   service   In   St.   Paul's
Cathedral  on   June  -'I   I"   connection
with    the    Pan-Anglican     congress.
Thankofrerings would be made on that
occasion from  all  the dioceses in  the
FISHERMAN INJURED
BY EXPLODING GUN
1 dare not trust myself to speak to
you." She turned her back on him,
unheeding the justification he sougnt
to offer.
Innocent Man Killed.
1      ""**'  """""' "U,J  " ��� ��� |     Paris,   Feb.   5.--A   special  dispatch
Ethel CunnlnsrfWn, head-nurse; Bar-, trm_ Ugb0_ _ay. H].lt u _._nUl __w
bara Haggart, surgical nurse; nurses am)ear ^ th_ _���._ CastTO_ who
in training Winnie Belts, Marlon wft8 ,.���,.��� ftg ... (lf th_ asaasaln8 of
Smedley, both of whom graduate mis  ,<|n_ ^.^  was lnuocent    Accord.
Annie    DalgllSh,
Marlon
this
Maud   Sin-,
Ing to the dispatch, he was employed
Annie   Wilson,   Minnie   PlattOO, I ^ & jeweler   In   Arsenal  street,  who
of 1 hi
in  a i
world, which offerings might, be marlt
ed for any work within the diocese,
He suggested that the offering rrom
New  Westminster  be marked  ror the
Bishopric endowment fund.   The
Op referred In his address
pOSed   theological  college.
that  tlvre  were many  young men  In
the province desirous Of entering the
ministry,   but   who   afe  prevented   by
lack  of  funds from  going  to  distant
colleges.
vancing .along every line. He Stated
that the Women's auxiliary had pre
sented $i'MI" lo the Bishopric endow
ment I'und of the diocese. The aux
lllary was later accorded a most
hearty  vote of thanks.
The   treasurer's   report
by A.   MeCreery.  showed the financial
condition of the dloceao to  be mosl
satisfactory,
Rev.  II. G.  F. Clinton, rector of St.
Jismes, Vancouver;  Rev. C. Crouche'',
blsli-j of Yale; and Rev. C. W. Houghton, of
to the pro-  New Westminster, were appointed ru-
mentloiilngj nil  deans  for  Vancouver,   Yale    ami
New Westminster, respectively.
The   following officials   were  elect
ed:      Executive    committee���Bishop's
delegate-, Rev. A. Bhlldrl-k and T. _
Annandale;     clerical   delegates,   Rev.
By the bursting 'it a cheap Belgian
fowling piece at Rhine-ait. island
Tuesday morning, a Greek fisherman,
.1. Garcia, suffered the loss of a thum ���
and sustained oilier minor injuries.
Because of his limited command of
H'nglish, the Greek has not been able
to give a clear account of the accident.
but details have been gathered from
lames   Boyd;   who,   wliile   out     duck
anting iu a boat, heard the explosion and the) injured man's yells, and
hurried to the rescue. In his haste,
Boyd overbalanced himself and fell
into the Icy river, ruffering considerable inconvience from the Immersion,
but managed to reach his boal without assistance. He applied first aid
I to the unfortunate Garcia, binding up
presented I the Injury to the best of His ability,
and afterwards conveying him to Ladner, where a medical man was summoned to stop the copious flow Of
blood.
While hauling his boat at the Marshall Smith yvharf, Boyd narrowly escaped being shot by his own gun,
which he had left in the bottom of the
Itoat. A piece of rope caught the trigger, and being tightened by the pulling Up of the boat, the gun was dis-
charted, ihe shot penetrating .1 two
inch door.
month;
11 a I r( ^	
Gertfttde Sinclair, Reita ""r,Vniil"v 8wears that ho dispatched him to pur-
Kanny Seat'er, May Richards; pro- ch-w M)m(. postage Stamps at the
batloners��� Hilda     Turnbull.      l^ulse[tlme the  royal  carriage was  passing,
that   being   the   sole    reason  he   was
among   the   crowd.      Ile   became   in-
Slbley, Eleanor Lashbrook, Margari 1
Morrison, Marguerite Faddeu. Mary
Murray  and   Helen   Potter.''
"I   have ij)   report   that   I   have   re
ceived a book case with LIS books, as
a   result of  the  voting  contest   wlitch
has recently taken  place, and was, us
I understand it, subscribed to by the1
merchants   and  the   public   generally.)
I   may say  thai   the patients  will  appreciate these books  very  much, and.
it   will   probably   be  the   nucleus Of a
permanent library."
volved In the stampede and was shot
down by a stray bullet.
ANARCHISTS   IN   CHICAGO
ARE   DANGEROUS  TO   LAW
SIGHT  OF DROWNING
DISASTER   KILLS   HER
Nyack, N. Y., Feb. 5.- "De_th from
shock" was the verdict Of physicians
who examined Into the sudden death
Chicago, III., Feb. 5.���"Never in
tlie history or Chicago have anarcmsts
and other enemies of law and order
been more dangerous that they are
at present," declared Chief of Police
Shippy   last   niglit.
���The police are watching their
movements closely. You never know
when they  are going to break out. '
The chief had just finished reading
a report of a meeting of Chicago anarchists at. which the assassination of
of Mrs. Claudlne Abry. of this place, Kj._g c.-,os jlnd nl��� gon aTH\ that of
Mrs. Abry on Friday was watching a | pre-Men< McKtnley 'were approving-
number of hoys and  girls skating on ! .    r(,fom,(i to,
the Hudson, when the ice broke and;	
three of the boys were drowned.    She j
watched tho work of rescue and wnen ] PARALYTIC STROKE.
the bodies of the hoys were brought I     As a  result of    a paralytic stroke,
out of the river she fainted.   She was' John Johnston,   8r���.   for  years  eare-
renioved to ber daughter's house, but
died without recovering consciousness.
taker of the Orange hall, Royal avenue, was late last night reported to
be in a critical condition.
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PAGE  TWO
STARTING   A
The waj  b  strei I     ir bio ". ���: ���
wa- raised in Phi ad ithjr
day serves ns a lesson for people
wlio
Moton
er of the horse who caused tl
to accumulate were unab^ to make
the horse go or to push bun off the
track, and tlie  emergency   wagon
was aboul  to be sent  for ��lien a
Romance of a Vessel Assigned to tha
Naval Militia.
Among the vessels assigned to the
naval militia is one with a history,
U seems, says Applet in's Magazine,
youn"- jrir! -n pped out of the, >rowd i that many years ago. when it was the
and asked permission to start  the  custom for the Insurance underwriters
pe
animal.     She   patted   the   horse's
nose, and then she produced from
her pocket a piece of white candy.
The' horse, possessing the sweet
tooth of its kind, nibbled at it, but
for the second piece he had to rea :h
out and take a step forward. B
the time the third morsel of can.l.v
to put up at auction vessels that had
beon long overdue and not heard from.
a young apprentice in Philadelphia
happened to attend one of these auc-
tlons al which a large ship named the
Dorothea was pui up for sale. The
vessel bad taken aboard a very valuable cargo, which would go with the
chip to the successful bidder, but the
was   eaten  the  horse  was  off  the   ,  ,-   ,a.'t  thai  the property  was i
track and, business was being re- valuable  had  kept  the  underwriters
sullied. from selling the craft  until long after
generally believed that
'V ^������2k*��J-^i,ky^-&-.,^^m^^<i-^mk��^ f^rz^i
Costly Private Drives.
"We nre building up some pretty
grand private estates," said a millionaire, "but our private estates,
though, do not compare us yet with
it bad become
dm was a total wreck. Consequently
be auctioneer cried the good ship
Dorothea many limes yvith'Uil gelling
i bid. Finally the young apprentice '
loklngly bid $5, nnd. as nobody would
bid  higher,  the  vessel  an-  her  cargo
those of England.   There is, for m-  were kno(,kPil ,,,_._ to h!m   ������._,_,.
stance,theDukeofBuccleuchsplace ^   usllinlshnie���i   of   the   maritime;
at   Boughton.     The   private   drive U-orld when the Dorothea was reported
around   this   estate   is   seventy-six i sailing Into Delaware bay.   The np-
milcs long and cost $1,780,000 to  prentice sold his prize for enough to j
build.   The Duke of Argyll has at i start blm in business, and for years ,
Inverarv   a   private   drive   on   the  the house thus founded-was one of the j
hanks of Loch Kyne that cost $1,-   ll-'ailo,'s iu enterprise and resources in
550,000, and this drive lias trees on
both side- that were planted by
kings and queens.   The Marquis of
the Quaker City. But at all times the
bend of the firm and his family successors made a point of owning and
operating a ship named the Dorothea,
Aylesbury, Lord Ovcrtoun, tho Duke I which name also was always given to
of Westminster and the Duke of the oldest daughter in each succeeding
Devonshire all  own  private drives I generation.
that   cost  $1,000,000   or
build.'���Philadelphia Bul
more
ietin.
to
Salamander Quartz Glass.
Quartz glass, now to be manufac-
Shortly before the Spanish war, however, the then head of the house was
In failing health, and the only hope of
saving Ids life, he was advised, was to
live at sea. Accordingly, he gave an
order to the Cramps for a large and
tared in large quantities, has many j luxurlousiy   appointed   yacht,   to   be
wonderful properties. It can -be
heated to nearly 2,500 degrees F.
without noticeably softening. A
steel safe having windows of this
material would melt before the win
called the Dorothea, of course, and no
expense was spared In her construction
and equipment. Unfortunately, death
came to the owner before his yacht
was quite finished, and the government
dows themselves would be destroyed j Pald a taacV ^ce for tho Dorothea
by lire.    A lamp chimney made of j ear^' '" 18n8i
.:'        , -,   ,      i. '  ,   i       ji   ,   ,        i      ^ lth the close of the war there was
it  could  be  heated   red   hot  and L- purely naval (1���,y for which the i
plunged   into   ice   water   without | Dorot_ea was fitted, and yet the gov- '
cracking,   while   a   cut   glass   dish��� Urument did not wish to sell her, be- i
made of it could he used to bake   cause there was no possibility of get-
ting a price for her anything like what J
she had cost. She was accordingly j
laid up until the naval reserves sue- i
ceeded In convincing the navy depart- 1
ment that they were entitled to her.
a pudding without anv harmful effect.
Wireless Torpedoes as Boomerangs.
The United States navy department is fully cognizant of the work
done by the wireless torpedoes lately tested by the Japanese government,   but   it is  not  vet   decided
Wonders of Machinery.
Dependence upon machinery l-i becoming almost an instinct among the
\ workmen of a steel mill. A bov who
whether or not they will bo adopted | wa3 sweeping the floor of a Pittsburg
by this country. It is admitted that min, for example, found his path ob-
the torpedoes arc controlled by the I structed by a ten ton machine which
Hertzian waves, but the question j had not yet been put in its place,
with our navv department is wheth- I    "Hello, .Tim," he called to a laborer.
er interfering Hertzian waves from
the enemy could not turn them to
the destruction of the ship which
launched them.
Word Juggling.
Brander Matthews sometimes
treats his Columbian pupils to a
somewhat bewildering exhibition of
word juggling. He was giving lis
English literature class a brief dissertation on a certain living author
whose works be does not greatly admire. "He may have taken a four
year course in ignorance," said Professor Matthews, "but he must have-
been horn very ignorant, too, for
at his early age he could not possibly have acquired all the ignorance
he possesses."
A Two Sided Newspaper.
The   oddest   newspaper   in
the
"come here and move this machine !
back about ten feet. I want tn sweep j
under it."
Jim moved a traveling crane until lt |
stood over the machine and lifted the j
20,1X10 pound obstacle out of tho way
as easily as If lt were a box of cigars, j
The boy went on with his sweeping as '
If nothing extraordinary had happened. I
lie was a  Pittsburg boy and accus- ;
tomed   to   miracles.     And  electricity, |
which  Is a new  force���sixteen years
old   ln   steel   mills���will   perform   its
greatest   deeds   In   the   future.���Mun-
sey's.
Passing of Crumb Brushes.
The doom  of  the household  crumb I
brush   has   been    authentically   pronounced.    Napkin and tray now com-
prise tbe outfit for relieving the din-
ner table of crumbs.   By the adoption
of the latter system it is contended that j
the likelihood of bread particles becom- i
Ing fugitive is minimized.   Another ol> l
blatt, which is published in Grunin-
'-���mi. a small town of some 1,200 inhabitants in the canton of Zurich,
in Switzerland.   It is lhe only now.-
Jection cited to the continuance of the j
world  13 one  named  tho  Wochen-\time  honored  brush   method  is  that)
dust accumulates in the brf-tJes and
In   due  course  circulates   around   the I
hoard.     Hotel   restaurants  first  called >
the halt In this direction, and gradually [
paper m the placeand is at'ono "and  ��?1estf,1 cott'""':1 t0 "l" D*w.i<-ea, evento- ,
,-, :      _    i-        .1 .   ,,     allv   introducing   the   reformation   tn ;
Jhe  same  tune  the  organ  of  the  ,llt,jr ow��� ll(���n(ls....N���w YorU p-^
Liberal Uonservatives and the So-
tal Democrats.   Pages l and 2 be-
igto the Liberals and pages ,'1 and
1 to tho Socialists, and the two par-
���'-  .���.,.'���; e one another heartily in-
*�� ha.vs.	
The Esperanto Congress.
An article in a Berlin paper ou the
Esperanto congress, which yvili take'
place at Cambridge in August, says:
"There will be more than :!,oiiu dt.e-
(fates present, representing nearly every country in Europe, and the proceedings wlll show what progress the
universal language lias made. In order to show one feature whlcb has not
been largely dwelt upon, a Shakespearean tragedy has been translated
Country Doctors Dying Out.
The country doctor is rapidly he-
coming extinct as a species. The
men one meets at their societies
look, dress, talk and act as the men
do at any meeting of city physicians, i mto Esperanto and will be performed
The papers presented are quite up i while tlie congress is In session, Pot
to the city standard, the discussions practical purposes the policemen and
markedly above those of the city the waiters in the largo restaurant*
men. The surgical experiences re-1 "111 learn the language, so that they
hitiid would astonish some men who
think the city clinics and clinicians
do all of this work or at least all
that is well done.��� Kansas City
Star.	
Nine Great 8hip Canals-
There arc nine great ship canals
in the world, and all of these have
been built within the last seventy-
five years.    They are the Suez ca
may converse with the delegates from
other countries."
A Four Decker Sea Pie.
A huge sea pie was served to a party
of fifty guests at a feast at Qorleston
at which tho member for Yarmouth
was present, lt was made by an old
trawl skipper and weighed a hundredweight and a half. It was a four deck
er nnd was boiled ln u vast caldron
for several hours.    The keel was laid
i    ._     r _��� i���,u  o-/l   <3t   Peters-   w'th beef bones, and there was a triple
na'., the Crknstadt and St.^retera ��
burg canal, the Corinth canal, the
Manchester ship canal, the Kaiser
Wilhelm, the Elbe and Trave, the
Wetland and the two canals connecting Lake Superior and Lake
Huron, between Canada and this
country.
being filled with beefsteak aid ox
kidneys. There were holds also stored
With meat, oulons, carrots, turnips nnd
OOtatoes, and the hull was constructed
if a substantial short crust, that alonn
took a smue and a half of, t un- . ^t,-
'�� ��� ��'���'.-.''>"��
Mammoth Alteration
Since the commencement of this Big Shoe event our most sanguine hopes have be*
entirely eclipsed���THE REASON���We have offered Genuine Shoe Bargains
and the public has responded liberally.
You ask why we are continuing to give these bargains and how we can afford to do it ?   We a
that, daily the carpenters and bricklayers are cramming us into smaller space and you, sir or madai e, are
reaping the benefit.   THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE,  we simply must get rid of a great amount of our
stock and this is why we are offering such unparalleled bargains.
Shoes at Factory Prices
Our Motto During This Sale���"No Profits for Us."
Peruse These Prices
For Ladies���
For Men���
Best Patent Boots, including G. A.
Slater, Packard and other makes,
regular $6.00, now  54.00. a pair
Oeorge A. Slater's "Duk-Baks," Canada's best waterproof BOOtS, (5.50,
you can get them now for, ,a pair
 $4.25
The High Merit Shoe, in k'd and
box calf, $4.50 and $5.00 lines for
    $3.50 a pair
Th:' John-ton's Special, in kid and
box calf. $4.00 and $4.50,  for	
 $3.00 a pair
A lot of Men's 10-inch Working
Boots, $3.50 and $4.00, for $2.30 pair
Men's  Congress,  for    $1.25  pair
Beat Felt Slippers all the way from
France for 75c. and anything else you
desire.
Best American and Canadian Patents.    Regular $4.50     nd    '"��� ���������
for, per pair 53.50
American   and  Canadian   Patent (Inn Metal and  !���'.:! Boots whicB
sold for $4.oo and $4.50,  for,  per   pair    $300
Tan ami  Black Oxfords, ,a whole   table Of  them  al   price
from $2.50 up to $5.00,    We are selling them al    $150 to $2.50
Kid and Box Call' Bunts. Regular $3.00.  Now, per pair $2.00
The  "High  Merit"  Shoe in Kid   with   undressed  Kid   to -   Were
"$4.00.  Now.   per  pair $-50
And 81   ')!:
You  are  going  to   the  College  conversazione on   Friday,   are   you'.'
You want dressy Evening Sllpp" rs,
then. vYell, we have them. We are
going to make the next two days College's   specials.
SOME  OP  THE  PRICKS:
Patent and Kid  Slippers, $:i,00 and
$3.50,  for   $2.00
Patent  and Kid  Slippers, $4.00,  for
 $2.50
White   Kid   Slippers,   regular  $3.00,
for    $2.25
White   Kid   Slippers,   regular   $2.75.
for    $2.CO
and   many  others.
Miscellaneous���
For $1.00.    Women's Felt Slippers;  Women's Button Boots;   Women's Strap Slippers, etc., etc.. etc.
For 50c.    Child's Felt Slippers;   Misses' Felt Slippers, etc., etc., etc.
For 25c.    Men's Carpet Slippers; Child's Carpet Slippers.
For S5c.    A line cf Childs' Boots sizes 5 to 7'2. in  Button and  Lace.
And we could fill the paper with many others.
THE PLACE, REMEMBE..
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd,
Look For the Big Yellow Signs
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, Bj^
In Mexico nU'vchieles, be they hand
cart, automobile or anything between
m-st carry a light at night. Thi* rule
ol law ls rigidly enforced. Even tht
drivers of tbe poor little burro or mule
carts, on their two wheels, must carry
a light. So, rather than buy lanterns,
which cost money, they take a dip
candle, and wrapping lt In a bit of
newspaper to shield It from the wind
carry lt In their left bund as they drive
along homeward from work after evening lias fallen. The effect Is striking,
as tbo light falling strongly on the Indian driver throws the face of the man
Into strong relief against the darkness.
Abitnt Treatment.
A man went into a drug store
and asked for something to cure a
headache. The druggist held a bottle of hartshorn to his no?e, and
he was nearly overpowered bv its
pungency. As soon as ho recovered
he begun to rail nt tbe druggist.
"But did not it help your headache?" asked tlie apothecary.
'���'Help my headnelio!" ��� ci el tho
man. "I haven't av. hen'1' ������' " rt-
my ��'lfet*at V"> the Ueadaukc'V
Senator Mobcs Pj. Clapp oi ___(*���
nesota once made a speech at Erin
Corners, in his state. His audience
was very unfriendly. They howled
at the gigantic Clapp, laughed .it
him, threw things nt him and made
it most uncomfortable. Finally
Clapp stopped and looked at the
chairman.
"Don't mind them, Mose," said
the chairman. "(!o right ahead.
They're nothing but loafers and
rowdies. None of the decent people would come."���Saturday Even-
IMe . orgetr-enO''
"I  suppose/  said the W
who was passing a week m ��� mq
try, "that you know all tbe o^ I
flowers." ��� j*,,..
"I reckon mebby 1 d��'
tlie old farmer. .{;
"What docs a forgetmeu
like?" queried the girl.     b y|
"Oh," replied "     '
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horny
sonoftoil/WsjiBta'oTdinJJi
in n string th' ole ff j j
around  my  finger  Wl"'nt, jjtH
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PURE GOODS ARE
Covv
Cocoa
in STIFF and SOFT FELT.
All the New Shades and Shapes
The New Browns are just the
thing for the young men.
Stetsons, Barringtons and the
Celebrated "Lion Brand."
English  and American   Billiard   T<��-
t es,   Bowling   Alleys, etc.     New   and
nd -  nana  tat es   and  Supplies  in
Etock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
1-2888 ?.  o.  Box   ilSS
���     * li-l    A   -J     IV;,., r   St.
VANCOUVER
Affi nt to   Wi     -   Samuel  May ��
3.11  S Perfection
(Maple L*_f Label)
Cowans
Milk Chocolate
Croquette-, Wafers, Medallion*. __tc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY MOCKS KEEPS THEM
TH? COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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THE ONE-MINUTE
The goo. housewife likes thi "One-
minute Washer" ecause li does Its
work better, taster and easier than
any other.
Northern
I   Pacific
Throe
Transcontinental
Trains Dail.
Tra\ i ] on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
I lectric-lifht-d train.   1 i w Kates.
.������������ ���>  i in i. Excellent Service.
New   York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANi' ALL POINTS EAST
Ste...   hi]   :...-.       a  sale    to
:;ts.
Special    R-duced    K.iii-s    Round   Trlf
Rates   to   Souther   California
I    11   ll [01         I     .i
i . E   LANG, General Agent,
130 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B, C.
A. D. r\\ _RLTON,
Portland. Ore.
Wail Service
Dlspati lie.il bj  ('.  IV  H. train at
a. m.; close 8 a. tn.
Sumas and Si
daily.
little, Via Huntlngd hi
CALL   AND   INSPECT.
J.  TRAPP   &   CO.
Millside No. 1, daily
daj; S ipperton No. I,
Sundaj     Malls Recelvei
except Sun-
,i'iih i xeepi
at r. ::i."i p.m.
Limited
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city,
C. WILLIAMS
[Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone .333
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
'and Trunk Ry.
"Heat Train Service Between
icago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
ntreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON    and
Dispatched by B. C. Electric rallwa;
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No,   I.  dallye-oeptSun
days,    Return mail received  10 a.m,
DlBpatohed by G.N.R, train, s ts am.
Cloverdale,    Nlcomekl,  Porl   Kells
lla/.i'liiii ri',     Hull's     Trail ii'.      Bonac-
. cord,  Blaine  nnd  Seattle   i all   points
In  Washington  and   south,    also  all
j points  in eastern  states),    daily ex-
cept Sunday,   Return malls received
- al   3.30    p.m,   Bonaoord WednBB la
j and Suiiirda.',s,
Clayton, Tuesdays  ami Thursdays
| Tynehead,    Wednesdays and   Saturdays,    Return mall received Mondays
land Fridays,
[Dispatched by B, C, Electric rallwiy,
!        10:30 n. in.:
Vancouver  No,  2;   Victoria,  No.  1;
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday
Return mall rei el v d al 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. tn.:
Dust. Burnaby, daily except Bunaay
Return malls received :i' 1:10 p, in.
Dispatched by oarrler l.'OQ noon:
Tlmbei land. Straw  elry Hill.   Tui s-
days and Fridays,   Return   malls   re
ceived Tuesdays and Friday-,
Dispatched by C. P. R iioai i :30 p.m.
daily   (closes   dally  at   the   same
time during  wlnter months:
Ladner, West-am [aland, Port
Oulchon, Steveston, Bunbury, dalh
except Sunday. Return malls received from  9 a. m. to  11  a. rn.
Woodward's, Wednesday ami Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays nnd
Sat unlay a.
Van��   \,-v.   Sit.   ���'.,   and    Bttrnab)
Lake; closes ar 3:30 p.m.; daily   ex
, e(it.  Sunday.    Return mails   receive!
.it. f, p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    ai
B p.m.
Dispatched by O.N. Eyler, 4 p   m.:
To  BOOtbern    polnrs,    dally  except
Sunday.    Return mall  11   p.  rn.
Dispatched by C PR. train at 3:ir, p
m , mall close, at. 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 9fi (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mall
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeline of having a Saving's Account ?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
" -The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites yon to join the large number of satisfied Di   ��������� to
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put i "i:i money " here il  >- accei    Me when yon require   ft.
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See Our Bargain Counter
Buys any article on the table consisting of a largo variety
of China nnd Glassware ranging in price from
35c to $1.00
ilurry. Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up.
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HUMANE   OFFICER   THINKS
UNEMPLOYED ARMY  A  MYTH
ADAMS & DEANS
Plume 97.
Prompt Delivery
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iranches of tlii> hank.
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nettled quarterly. Ths depositor ia subject In no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
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TO I LET= and = Carriage
SPONGES
A  NEW  LOT  JUST   IN,   AT
Ryall's Drug Store
W. It. Gilley   '(>]   128.     Offlfl-   Tt I.  10.
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WHOLESALE   AND  RETAIL.    Eteuilr-IRS  IN
Wellington Coal. Van. PortlanJ Cen-ier,t, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pot
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pre.sei.
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Co.-il. Common  Br;-k   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
FAIRBANKS.    Daily train,   (except (received at 1 p.
m.
1 ^11 the
'A RIO
principal business centers of      j
QUEBEC and  the MARI-
'IMS PROVINCES.
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Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
! express ind freight connect with
: Uages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information apply to
H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C
Sapperton, No. 2: Millside, No. 2;
Coquitl.im, daily except Sunday. Return mail received at 1 p. m.
--���       ADVERTISE      "*-
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If  YOL" KcM   Anything.
Opera House Bookings.
Kerry   Gow    Feb. 25
Dream  City    Mar.   2
Sia in New York   ApTll 1
The   Burgomaster    April-
A College Boy    May 27
Bank of Montreal
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Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A .Jen-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents In all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N3W WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER, Maaac-r.
It   Wns   Ushered   into   Actual   Use
Most Dramatic Fashion.
The air iiriike tySs ushered Into actual vise in most drniimtli' fashion, lhe
trial trip occurred lu April, I86-. The
train selected was the Steuheiivllle nr-
eointnodatlbn. running between PHts-
Ijiir.u and Steuhenvllle, O.
When the train -as suing at full
speed, suddenly no he iimie nround a
sharp cUrve the engineer saw n stalled
\ now In the middle of the trnek ilend
ahead, With only hand brakes noth
itiii COUld have prevented a terrible
Btiiasllup, The forma! time for tlie
irial ef the nir brake had not come,
hul   thf brake was (here,  nnd  in des-
peration, not believing for a tnowent
tliiM the thing eould possibly avail, the
engineer threw nn the nir. But It did
avail.
The observers In the rear were almost Catapulted out of thelr seats by
lhe shriek of the sudden stop. But
when they saw the engine fnlrly poking Its nose Into the wagon bed, so narrow had been the margin between
t-'iifety nnd disaster, they forgnt all
about their shock au��l StOd- In awed
silence. The nir brake had come Into
Its own.���Everybody's Magazine.
keyhold Tenure In London.
The curious custom uf keyhold tenure still prevails at Crowlaml, the famous tlb-Sy tOWll In the Lincolnshire
feus, where Ihere are a number of cot
tiiL'es which are neither copyhold, free
hold nor leasehold. They were orlgi
iially built on waste land, and In each
rase the possessor of the key holds an
Indlsputed tenancy. Although some of
the occupiers have replaced the mud
and thatched dwellings of antiquity
with brick nnd staled buildings, they
have no power to sell or will them
away, for they have no deeds. On a
ten mt living Ihe first per.-on to cross
th- threshold takes his place If he so
desires. Many device* have been resorted ft, to obtain the keys. The properties enrry a county vote, but the poflf
Iavv guardians always refuse to grant
relief to the tenn nts.- London (llobe.
A Vegetable Freak.
California has one tree which Is the
personification of mystery. Found nowhere else in the world, It had a mysterious origin and thrives in n region
of mystery. The Mojnvn yucca Is a
ve viable freak which has developed
[hto n species. It has the characteristics of several plants, to which uo re-
l-tionslilp can be traced. It Is au en-
(lojven, ye,t its bark shows concentric
rings such ns characterise the exogenous stems. It lives and thrives in
great number* In a region nearly devoid of vegetation.���P. E. Magazine.
Elephants.
People who really know nothing
about it used to say that elephants
never lie down to sleep. This ls not
true at all. says one writer. They bave
been known to stand for twelve
months without lying down to sleep.
This ls regarded as want of confidence
in their keepers and of longing to regain their liberty, for when they art
perfectly at ease and reconciled to
their fate tbey wlll Ile down on their
sides and sleep peacefully.
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PAGE  FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THUH.OA
""��S 6. ���
My Head  j
Cutter
Mr. Glass will h ive i h irge of my
Sew Westmlnstei tailoi busln bs. Ah
a crafUmaa, he will sat'.sf; the mosl
critical dresser.
The cloths 1 am showing here are
.ill new spring goods, of superior
texture and finish.
SALMON   PRICES   UP.
Cig  De-viand   Results in   Large   Reduc-
t ons ;n  Old Country  Stocks.
o    Ion   idvlces  under date of January   13,   to   a   Victor::!  canning  com-1
pany,  state thai  the improvement in' ���
the  salmon  market  which  had been   appeared for the
anticipated,  has   been   realized.     Thej
market   has advanced to 21s.  9d. and!
On chemical analysis WINDSOR TABLE SALT haa been
proved to contain 30 W less impurity than the seven other principal
salts on the market.
Ma
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants
NOTICE
plaintiff, and W.- G.
M-Quarrie tor the defendant
Griffiths vs. Ki'ta.   Thla was
an ap-
even to 22s. on the spol and consider-j n,,al from lhe decision of Captain Fit-
M
able  business  has  been done at thisj tendrigh   in   the
latter figure for shipments  from the! _,1(i   ,|1(. appeal
Pacific  coast.    There seems to he no
doubt  bul  thai  the stocks of Alaska
Balmon have been very much reduced | i(1 the ca8e, maamnch as
and  present stocks are less than the|cialm for damages  and  nol
small   debts   courts,
was   allowed    with
costs on the ground  that the stipendiary   magistrate  had no  jurisdiction
It was iii
tor debt,
For the  Farm. Garden,  Lawn or Conservatory.
Reliable    varle_.ee    at    reasonable] �����*-��^��-
prices.    No borers; no scale; no tuml- _fI-\l\Vl_
gation to damage stock. No windy,
agents to annoy you. Buy direct and
get trees and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers.     Bee    Supplies,    Spray!
Pumps,     Spraying     Materials,     Cut
Flowers, etc.    Oldest established nurseries on the mainland ot B. C. Catalogue free. |
On and after
2,  1908,  No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
organ
Opposite the Posl Office.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B.  C.
requirements of the market A further advance In prices is looked for.
Th* December figures show a satisfactory readjustment in Liverpool
stocks, total stocks being 264,517
es as compared with over 500,000
��� on the i irrespondlng date In
1906 and  (350,  in  1905.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  ll.  C.
E.
A.   Paige Managing   Director
' ..N.oV^.flBtL ���
THURSDAY,   FEB.  6.   1908.
OPPORTUNITY LOST.
Alter ..11 the declarations made by
Premier McBride, and his first lieutenant Bowser, of their interest in the;
working man being the only reason!
for the re-enacting the Natal act, we
are surprised that when an opportunity did appear in winch the government could do something for the white
man, off their own ibat, they fail to
aci in his Interests. When the bill to
exempt certain railways now under
construction, or to be constructed in
the future, from taxation for a period
of ten years after construction, was
up for second reading in the legislature, the Opposition asked the self-
styled friends of the working man to
make the exemption applicable only
to railways constructed with white
labor. As the bill proposed practically a gift, for a period of ten years, of
monies that in the ordinary way
should roach the provincial treasury,
and the donors certainly having the;
right to attach conditions thereto, it
'would have been easy to exact this
stipulation without the fear of the
beneficiaries asking disallowance. The
First Minister's excuse for not availing themselves of this great opportunity to show their good faith in the
interests of the white man, w,as, that
the government did not want to hamper these railway companies with
s[iecial conditions in the bill. It was
a most slimsy excuse and the toiler
in this province need expect no true
help at the hands of the Conservatives. Loud they are with pre-election pledges and promises, but when
the chance appears, these vanish before the interest of their masters.
They call upon others to do for these
sons of toll, what they have in their
power with a working majority to
perform in the legislature, and we say
lhe fact of allowing the opportunity!
to pass, casts grave reflection on their!
honesty In statements made on thej
floor of parliament since the opening
of  tliis  session.
Price  of  Shingles   Reduced.
Vancouver, Feb, '5.���The final ses
slon of a Berles of conferences bet-l Vr>]. ,,,
ween the shingle manufacturers of i
the coast will be held tonight, at;
which it Is understood an agreement!
will be reached whereby the mills'
will announce a reduction of from 20
to _."> cents on their product.
The session  of    this   evening   will
bring to a close a series of conferences which has been in progress in
the  city   for  the  last   two days.      At
, these   meetings  t'ne  condition   of  the
! shingle   market   has been   thoroughly
'discussed and  the statements    made
have shown that some mills are now
absolutely tied up and others in dan-
i ger of a similar condition.
The plaintiff had left a quantity of
lumber owned by him on the roadside
near his _roperty in Burnaby, part of
which, during his an .'in'', had been
taken bj the defendant, a Japanese,
and used in the building of a house
Keta claimed thai he ha i returned
the lumber. Captain Plttendrlgh gave
ludgment tor the plaintiff for fifty
dollars     The defendant  then appeal
ed.     W,   (1.   McQuarire   acted   tor   the
appellant and W. Myers Cray for the
nt.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses and   Seed   Houses.
3010  Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
HAMS ^
18c per ,b-
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
Going East
We belit
cent,  of
THE
R. T. cf T.
Over ,i hundred members
the iwix social of the H. T
Box Social.
attended
of T.  at
Central Meat Market
R. MILES & CO.
; Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
I     Repairs of all kinds riven special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A :i77
Front St. New Westminster
County   Court Cases.
County  court sessions  was  held In] the local   lodge,
the court  house  by his  honor  Judge'competition  will
the l. 0. O. F. hall last evening, the
sum of forty do liars being realized
from the sale of boxes, many of which
were neatly put up. The price tor a
box was limited to two dollars, bu:
lhe bidding was very brisk and created considerable amusement. The
society is increasing rapidly in mem
bership, each meeting adding many
new members to the list; last night
five new candidates were Initiated.]
On the 26th inst, several members ol |
the Grand Council, which meets in
, Vancouver the previous day. will visit
On that occasion a
be  entered Into  be-!
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE B 284 [
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westmlnatnr. 6.C
WANTED
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 1S5.       Barn fDone 157
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly   to   -nj
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Off len���Tram   D.oot
" per
Sprang Tags   ised in
the city are ;.tinted
east.
Let us i        0,-
-he same les
given the tern
drummer ai . we
will try and meet
his figuie-.
JACKSON S Mil SHI!��s
PRINTERS
Phone 388.       Do
iewi Bloc
The Oriental Contract Co.
of  Vanccuve-.
Japanese Labor Contractor      '
New Westminsti . p q J
Box  645.
Massage
facial, scalp, or bod enti ::v.
In your own hone.    \
I For engagement  ring up A 339.
Howay  all day  Tuesday   and   yesterday,   during   which   time     five   cases
tween the girls  an-d  the boys of the
lodge, each undertaking to put on an
i cillors to be the judges.
were disposed of.   These were as foi- (Initiation,   the  visiting
lows:
Grant and Kerr vs. Uasseter, a lumber dealer of Ladner. This was a I
claim for lumber sold, plaintiff receiving judgment, with costs. \V. G. ���
McQuarrie for the plaintiff, \\. J,!
Whiteside for the defendant.
i Toland vs. The Fraser River Mills.1
Ltd.     A suit for $6:J, in Qttnnectionl
Grand  Ooun-
Condensed
Advertisements
with  the   pasturing of
cows.    The   cows   had
a number of j
been   sold   toi
i
TTIOR SALE���
���*���         long.   A]
NEW
SKIFF*, 20
FEET
ply,
Wharfinger.
C.  P.
N. Wharf.
Applications are invited .,., the
Burnaby Municipality for the office of
Clerk, Assessor and Collector; salary
$S.j per month. Guarantee of Bdellt;
required in sum of $2000 pollc; 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 tor
Clerkship."
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
W
ANTED���TREE PRUNING AND
Spraying.    Orders left at West
Side   Grocery.     Charges
Satisfaction guaranteed.
reason I1 le.
box
O R S A L E���'i: M l-1 R E   TYPE-
writer (new).   Apply "M," P. O.
1, New Westminster.
H
T
QUEEN/3
OUSE TO  RENT���ON
avenue, five rooms, ,'jath, electric light, hot and cold water; possession  15th.    Apply  Daily  News Office.
pay the   pasturage  account,   and  the
| plaintiff  disputed   the   account.     The
| bench reserved decision in the case.
R. L. Reid for the plaintiff, and .!. R.
Grant for the il-rendant.
Lorenzen  vs.  Brown.    The  plaintiff
I in 1904 bought live tons of oats from
the defendant for $100, with the privilege of removing the oats whenever
I ho desired. On two occasions subsequently he took part of the oats,
leaving *wo tons until 1906; he called
for these, but wa. refused, and now
sued for the value. The defendant
claime'd that the oats had been destroyed by a flood and therefore could
not be delivered. The court gave I
judgment In favor of the plaintiff]
with costs. W. 0. McQuarrie for rhe
plaintiff, and W. J. Whiteside tor the
defendant. | er
Watts vs.  Williams.    This case !"-|
volved a   difficult   p��mt   of law.   and!; T^INANCIAL    INSTTITUTION     HAS
the   court   found   it   advisable   tt)   re-] ���*���     vacancies tor young   men    with
serve judgment.    The defendant   pur- hagb school education; good reference,
chased a team of horses for |600, g'.v-'essential.   Apply "Finance," Box 693
'ing a lieu note for the amount. When| DaiiV News office, city.
the note came due he  Sound that lie,- ���
was  unable to  pay. so   returned   f_e|M/AN-
They Arrived To-Day!
THE     FIRST
MENT     OF
SPECIAL     SHIP-
EARLY     SPRING
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
D
R E S S MAKING ��� CHILDREN'S
dresses made; also other plain
sewing. Corner Eighth an- Carn'arvin
street.
WANTED���THEE   PRUNING
contract.    B. J. Fisher; gai
Bedford House-,, or phone 39.
91
\ te,.m with an order for fW on a man
WELL done. ] named     ReardoB.      The    defendant
The British Columbia members did claimed that this order was give:. ,n
nobly   yesterday   in    the    Commons.| full settlement of all claii-s;    v  ttta
Some    members    would  have    been   plaintiff stated that it wat' on aci   int
i.   mi in such crisis to play the part only and claimed  that the dfefendan.
of demagogues, but the members from was still responsible tor any loss in'
the pacific province (all of them Ub-   the value of the team, wlibm ai   iall)
TED���STORE    IG   or    20-40,
Good   location.    Apply     R.     A.
Daily News,
resisted the  temptation  and]
tood for a  united  Canada,  even  if lt
eanl   poi ileal defeat. i
That is true Liberalism, and we are
g_re   that   when   the   people  ol   British.
Columbia    come,   in   their calm   ruo-
ments,   to   review   the   whole   debate,
they will realize this for themselves, lt
takes no small courage to take one'-
political life in one's hand in support
of a principle Of national and Imperial
unity;  but  the  Liberals  from  British
Columbia were brave enough to do it,
and  we are sure that when the pres-i
ent storm has passed away their elec- j
tors will  realize that by their policy]
Of  conciliation  they have    been    far
n ire successful than they would have
been   Had  they adopted    a  policy of
Bowserisni and   McBrideing.
Messrs Ralph Smith, R. G. MacpUer-
Bon and W. A, GaUlher deserve a vote
,,! thanks from every Liberal in Canada today, and we hope that they will
get It���Ottawa Free Press.
sold   at
for   the
1350.   The
difference.
jilalntitf  Is  suing
II    I..   Edmonds
"CTOl.    SALE���BEST    FIR
���*���      wood, $5.00 a cord delivered
H.
85.
CORD-
r.
Foster, l^DO Columbia street, phone
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HlGH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND WE INvlTE
YOUR  INSPECTION   AT
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The UNION TAILOR SHOP
J. ��. JUTCHISON    Columbia Street
T   AltGE FRONT ROO>
*-*    after    .lanuary.lst.
M FOR RENT
Corner    4tb
Ave. and b't.Ti street. All conveniences.
VISIT...
The New Optical Parlors,
and have your eyes tested
FREE.
W. GIPFORD
OPTICIAN.
Geli___-ja:    Street,  New  Westminster.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Premier McBride should know tnat
by holding office he assumes responsi-
ldlitv for all the official acta of the
Lieutenant-Governor. It is the electors
who Anally determine the question of
-..-. onsui'ity.���Toru-l- Olo..fc'.
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
fpOKSLETS
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-url
On Salts at���
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Morel's     Bookstore     and
at  Gamon'a  Cigar   Divan
r-9'Advertise the town  we live i.i  kji
mailing Picture Post Cards to y.vr
friends.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
i
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Elgtuh Street j
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NEW   WESTMIN8TER.   ���-   C.
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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. &-~Sp4 Size Collars
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SALES  OF THIS NATURE ONLY  COME ONCE  IN  A  LONG. L��NGjl
TIME.     WE   ARE   CLOGIN:,   OUT   OUR   BUSINESS  AND   THIS   ls}|
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TC REPLACE OLD AND WORN
FURNITURE, CARPETS. LiNOLEUMS, AND OILCLOTHS,
LUTELY
OUT
ABSO'
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Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers ln Ladies' and Gents'
,   FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleachln?    and Dye-
lag.   Manicure and Massage, Gbirpody
!and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville 8t. Vancouver, B. 0,1
AT
THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE   UNTIL    EVERYTHING   IS Dl* I
POSED  OF FOR  CASH.    THOSE   WHO   KNOW   US   KNOW THAT J|
THIS IS NO "DISASTER," BUT   A   GENUINE   DESIRE   ON  ��uR j
PART TO DISPOSE OF OUR   ENTIRE STOCK AS SOON  AS P��5'il
SIBLE.
W. E. FALES
Phone 192
IT       ADVERTISK       -*_
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
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THE   OLD   RELIABLE
EURNITURE   MAN...
Columbia St.
New Westm
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
page Five
��.i_ia_H_s-
The Cash Stores
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  -      .-.,--.?.,-   .^A^^V3*."^**^^^1^*'   ���'
/Yen; Muslins,
Dress Ginghams,
Scotch Zephyrs
and
English Prints
AT OLD PRICES
CITY NEWS
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A-     Inds  of    pot-plants    and    cut ��� r
Bowers at Tidy's.    Phone,     1>4.        ������   ��
! ti.
M.   L. A.    for   Delta
m   Victoria  yesterday,
.   irs tn the city.
iding di8trtbutora, th'^   .
"B. C." cigar.
.��� ..-  Ottawa
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ress< ts the Ca
T ���
1 ���������     mira        \    place   yi sterday   *
aftern ������ n ol    .��� ,��� Chow, ��� chinaman.   '
52 years   i ��_,, ,iied during the   ;'
-  ��� ai  the Chinese hospl-i< al  the home of Mrs
ca
ei lay    aboul
talon to _08���
'��� iwever, th    chemical ..
luired, tl ..-,   ���
thing worsr   than ���
.   - Btre ���
The  "Auto"
favorite smoke.
ls becoming
a
The remains ol the late Mrs. J.
White, who died in the Royal Columbian hospital on   rui May night,  will
A     -  street
Chapman's billiard and pool room;'
li; ���;. western Canada. Import' d
cigars cigarettes and tobaoco. Domini 'ii   Trust Mock. ������
. indi ���. dollai
les for
At 10 Cents
.:, i Check (Imghams, fast  i
At 121-2 Cents
- In., English Print..-;. Dimities,  Fancy  Dress Muslins, and a wide
��� ot Standard Shades of those  Famous Kingcot  Ginghams,
At 15 Cents
\ splendid range of New Stripe Patterns, In shades of Blue, Pink,
Grey and Red. Specially adapted for Children's wear.
400 yards Fine White Cambric, Special.     9c Yard
Exclusive Styles in
Spring Costumes
' biffon Panamas and Royal Taffetas, with wide skirts, pleated and
ed ��nli folds of self or silk to match.   Jackets arc sure fitting,
pleated and finished with silk and gimp, In colors to blend with
material.   At Popular Prices.
Spring  Showing of Cravenette and Covert Coats. A special line at
$10.00
ring Coats, of Light Imported Tweeds, full % length. Our leader.
$6.75
Rustling Taffeta Silk
Underskirts
' he largest range  we have ever  shown.    Indeed,  a   lady    from
aver remarked���the people Of New Westminster do not appreci-
tock like this, you have the (inest variety here I have seen. We
" the inspection and solicit your   patronage.
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T. H. SMITH
-_W-a_-gg-Ktti��a-Kiri"ifrT ���
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51 Acres at
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uitlam Junction  ii
Price, $60 an acre on easy terms.   Adjoining land \\
is sold for $100 an acre.
Investigate this.
P. PEEBLES ���1
i7f) Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 I
be shipped to Maple Ridge, the home SI lorn cattle in the provincial exit the family, on the Favorite this hi m here this year, has been vot< :
morning                                                i bj Dominion Shorthorn Breeders'
_,_.,, -**    atlon, which mei In Toronto on
Dr. i. il. Levey, Dentist, has moved T
into the new Dominion Trust building, h
opposite the post office, ** .   ,
The heav;   rain  on Tuesday,  wash- -'
Ing away the foundations of tbe side- '''
walk on Sixth street, lias caused spine       ;
sixty feel  tear the corner of Carnar-
.i.,. Suma for a similar pui poee
een voted to the faira to be held
Igarj and Winnipeg The Intelli-
was conveyed bj  a ti legram ri
; by Mayor Keai j  51 sterdaj.
I
von street to incline at a dangerous
angle, it has been fenced off pending
repairs.
Chapman's billiard and pool room
now opi n. with eight pool tables and
two English billiard babies. Dominion
Trust block. **
The Epwortb league of Queen's
avenue Methodist church will hold a
valentine soolal <>u Friday next. Valentine Day, when an Interesting program will be rendered by the members of the league. The social Will
be given In the parlors of the church.
Furniture    cleaned     and     r, pa rod.
J H. Brownlee, C. E.. Dominion and
R C land surveyor, has opened an ol
flee In the Oulchon block. Phone 33S. *
('. II. Godin, M. D.. medical superintendent, department of Marine and
Fl In les, of the Dominion govern-
11. nt, was in the citj 5>'iterday tor a
few hours, returning later to Van-
ci In  company with  A.  Munn.
collector of customs, ne visited the
Royal Columbian hospital, and expressed himself as well pleased wil..
the Institution.
For cut flowers. Douquetfl or nin-
eral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son. B. 208.
���   01    '.he  move..   .
Miies    Dailej     .-.       -   ���
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:.i,   time
 hi lent    ai. OUI
the .      ...     1 he medical men        ��
tei       ... have  nol   ><
:.    ...  in   ���     extent  ol
1  tine 1
8p< ��� ������..   . art   have        a   cha
the  R  T. <>>  T.   ��� excursion
streel     rollei   skating
rink this   1 ���   1   '���-    thi se
to leave  this  citj   as foi
low -     Prom the n. C. E   R   depo<
:.< in Ooluml .ui college,
1 la     11   .1 .1 unit, . 7 i). 111      .   en   urn
ta ..1    Journej   w ���     be fifty
cents   thi   proi ��� 1 da of the  1 \. urslon
devote I to the I'm uls   ;.    ol  a
room  In  the new    Royal I ���   imblan
hospital    The K   T. of T.  :,.n    . .used
���v.:h  the owners ol   ���      rtnli
wherebj   the)   wlll    have   thi    entire
use of that pime ihis event-    from
eight   o'clock  until  closing  tin       Ani
ivltation  la extended  to the    eneral
public to take pai i in the i x<        d
The body ot Lee Vik Quon ., a
manager of lhe Kwong On Wo com
pany, lies in Btate al Murchle
dertaking parlors, where mam nl his
countrymen come dallj to view tor
the last time the features ot the di ad,
Lying in a heavily draped casket,the
body is attired tn the rich costumes
worn hy tyee Chinamen on state occasions.    The date of the  departure
���'���   casket      tn :.
.ner
tor  tra
OUI
taace v,.. .
in front  ol
late Lee  __k in order
that  al]   Wi  count j n en   may
���
The full program of the 1 ian
ge aannal  conversazione,   ��
, l"i lda>   and which has
' n   looked   forward  to  _j
dents  for  a   long time,   is as  foi
\,i iiess of weloom al v    .1
S   .  eii.  d,  11 .   chorui     Scots  W w
iiae.'  College   glee   clu ��� e line
M -    Burns;     vooel  solo,   li   Q
.  quartette, Sonata No.  1    p .
A.  Smith, S. Robaott, H   Rob
son.  Mt   Qreenhalgh, H   DeBecV   ac
rocal sole     H   (Jw__l.
reading    The English l-".ag." K ,
_Hsg  Burns;   stnnc Quartette, P-
ro 1    Hi   ... ,11   J,   \   Smith   s
son,   n    Robson,  Mr, Q
DeBet k accompanist   glee,   The I
of st.   m., row< 1 -
Richmond, Que , Feb  5    Foui 1 1 a
w 1 .<>   lost   in   a   lire   w hlch   'rei,,
yesterday  in the  resilience  of   1
perous    fanner.    Andrew    Camp c
Campbell, who is a man of 74 years
Of   age.   lost   his   Wife,   and   with   her
perished Ihfta daughter-in-law, Christ
tine   Aves, ot  St  Godfrey, aged   30,
ami her two children, two years and
tour months, respectively.
Tin- tnonetan  '��,ss was only |2000
Tlie origin of the fire    it unknown
Mrs. Ave., who "as in tlie house at
the time, was so seriously burned that
she   may   1101   li\e
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\ Come to the Big Furniture Store
For Estimates On
1  hockey  match  between  tin1 stu-
���     ���������  I "��'�� Polished  deiUs of columlliau coUege  :iUll  _-e|
Atlanta laifics'  hockey  team has  ,ic
at Humphrey's, Carnarvon street, rear
of Citj  Bakery, *��
ai
arranged to lake place this afternon
the boys playing nine a. side, the la
(.lies eleven. The game will be -n
th. nature of a practice tor the ladies'
team, which i.s going to Vancouver on
Saturday to try conclusions with thi
High   school   learn.
Cosy six room house with all modern conveniences;  centrally    locatei
near city car line.   Only $2100; term;'.,
$600 Crash,   balance  easy.    Abbott    &
Hyde. �����
C.   a.  .McKillop,   proprietor  of the
Columbia street candy  store,  _a_  en-1
larged his premises by tearing down I
the   partition separating    his    store j
from that portion of the building formerly occupied by  Horace Dorer,  the
jeweler.       Extensive   alterations   and
improvements are being completed In
,,     .,,,.. ���,,,,     lu, ,���,������ .,_,,.,.,, t0 (k,.  the store, which will in future be the
liver an address Of welcome and has   i'6^   appointed  of   Its   nature   In   thej
signified his Intension   of complying c,t}'-
with the request. At  tne  last  meeting  of  Aerie Xo.
A favorite of the eilw smokers, the   2".  F- 0. B. the secretary, H. Scbo- I
"Brllhante" cigar. ������   field'   was   Pr��ent-d   by   his   brother j
I'Jagles with 11 handsome watch chain
A n-W regulation with regard to the  pendant   in   recognition    of  services |
miming of Canadian    vessels  Is  now   ,-endered the order during his term of j
in effect,  which provides that owners   office.     The   pendant   is   suitably   in-J
of boats under const ruction must sua-  s.ribed.   and   is composed   of  eagles'
rait the'desired names of their vessels -i.awSi .banded    together   by   a  thin
to the port of registry fourteen days gojfl   piate.      The design  Includes  a'
before the  date  of  registry,   in order   ���,jniatiire or the flags of England and
that tne same maj   be f' ���' parded to America.
Permission has been granted to the
city io lay their pipe line to the new
reservoir from Richmond street
through the penitentiary reserve on
condition thai the corporation put In
a hydrant at ,a point to be determined
by the warden, to be used tor the
protection of the hay barn.
A lecture will be given by the Rev.
T. w. Taylor. D.D., at the West Pro
byterlan church on Friday next, the
"Ih Inst., at S p.m., under the ausplc -
of the Bible class. The subject of his
discourse will be "The Facts and Romance of the Crusades." **
The grand lodge of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen of the province will convene in the I. O. O. F.
hall in this city on Wednesday, March
���     CARPETS,  WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS.    |j
I OILCLOTHS and FURNITURE
Prices to Suit Your Pocket Hook.   Call and Inspect.
| John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium jj
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
|| Sale of Crockery ware
Will Continue During the
Next Week;
THE    GREAT
BARGAINS   fOR   EVERYONE
j Public Supply Stores j
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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SPONGES
For  years  w,> have  been  trying
to   get   a   line   of  sponges   that   we
could recommend.   At last we have
been  successful.    We have just  imported   a  big   lot from    head quart  rs.
the best values we ever had.    Unlike the .average sponge;   what  we
have   now.   will   wear   like  leath r.
ranging  In   price   from   5   cents   to
$4.^0   each.     Suitable     for    INFANT.
TOILET.    BATH.    CARRIAGE,    AND
STABLE.    If the siionge Is not satis
factory, money refunded.
The Douglas Comedy Company,
which was killed to play at the Opera
House yesti r.la.\ evening, ('..died to put
In an appearance tor ��� omo unexplained reason. The fact thai the
ompany had not if' iched the citj
was nol genoia.lh known until after
the hour set for the opening of the
bouse, a large number of regular patrons making their way up the hill only
to find that the performance was i.a,n
celled.
The Women's Missionary society of
Queen's avenue Methodist rhnrrh will
hold a missionary meeting in Wednesday next, this taking the place of j
tlie regular weekly prayer meeting,
An effort is being made by the missionary society to raise |1B00, this
amount to be distributed 'among home
and foreign missionary stations. The
.mount raised b1-' this society last. 1
year totalled $1200, but the ladles who.
YOU MAY DIE
Websdale & Hardwick
OVERUSE  IN  THE  NEWS
CURTIS'
Builders and
Contractors...
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMOR
ROW WHAT WOULD BECOME
OF YOUR WIFE AND CHILD
REN ? 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
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs    and    alterations.    Esti-
! mates free for all    kinds   of   frame
Druq, Spectacle & Seed Store jbuild,ngs sl#bunt n ,he short j
37    *��� 1 est notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
of the Optical Department
Office   St.   Andrews
Street, between Sth and 9th St.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. I-
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PAGE SIX
WOES  OF  THE  LANDLADY.
One of Them  Is That of  Serving  Out
the Portions to Suit.
"Trouble?" sai<! tlie landlady.
"Why, people thai never kept a
boarding house don't know what
trouble is.
"'I'o sav nothing of the incessant
daily, weeklv. inoiiililv. year in and
year out. never let up grind of it,
there's o million little things that
have to keep looking out for al!
time or yon are sure to get into
more trouble, nnd one of these is
the serving of the portions for the
boarders at table.
"One person want? fat meat, and
one wants lean, and one wants his
meat well done, and another likes it
rare, and you not only have to remember all then' things and keep
doing them right all the time,
though you may be doing forty other things at the same time, but even
when you've remembered them all
yourself and got them all straight
you have to take the chances of tlie
waitress' putting them on tlie table
right, before the right people, and
then when you come to take into
nccoun't bow difficult it is when the
ment doesn't turn out all right for
you, how hard it is then to cut lean
meat out of fat and I'al meat out
of lean, why, it's enough to turn
anybody's hair gray.
"But, after all, the chief trouble
is with chicken. Everybody wants
white meat, and you know there's
only a certain amount of white meat
in any chicken, but everybody wants
that, and nobody wants legs���particularly they don't want legs. But
���what are you going to do about it?
"Somebody lias got to have the
legs, and on chicken days I always
have a great problem* before me. 1
know practically who'll stand for
legs and who won't, and then, besides, when we have chicken I always try to distribute the legs
around on tlie different tables, scattered like, so that there won't seem
to bi' too many legs, so that it won't
seem, yon know, as if everybody
was gelling legs: but, for all my care
in this, in tliis very house on chicken
day last week 1 had a fearful calamity befall me.
"At one of my tables I had six
men, all nice enough men. but all
disposed to be a little fini'ky about
their food, and I'd tried always the
best 1 could to please them, and 1
think I'd have got through with it
all Tight but for one trouble breeder among them ��� there's always
somebody to make trouble ��� and
this unfortunate accident. I was
going to send only two legs to that
table, and those far apart on opposite sides, and neither of them for
the troublesome man, but the best
of us are liable to make mistakes,
nnd I think 1 must have sent three
legs to thai table myself, and the
waitress did the rest.
"She got the orders mixed up
somehow and put down on that table six legs. It was just legs all
around the table, and when the
growly man sees this':
"'Gentlemen,' he says. 'I can
stand for most anything, but when
they come to feeding us on six Legged chickens I draw the line.'
"And that whole table of young
men left me at the end of the week.
1 tried to explain it to them, but I
couldn't make them understand at
all.
"Trouble?   Why, you don't know
what trouble is unless you've kept a
b.ardine house"���New York Sun.
SOCIETIES.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Hed Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, r-lmnbia St, al
8 p. m., White Rose Decree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and dace. Vlsitini? Brethren
cordially invited. E. L. Webber president. H. Disney, secretary. I
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY   ~_=  -
1SC8.
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' Combinations, from $4.50 to $8
Ladies' Chemise, from ...50c to $2.35
Ladies' Gowns, from . .. .$1.00 to $3.50
Remember this opportunity only-
lasts ten days.
11  only,  Ladies' Dress Skirts, values
from $5.60 to $10.00; to clear at $3.50
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
f RONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333: FRONT ST.   Ptti;n_ 333
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -' 275 Columbia Street
B. C. Mills,'Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles, vMouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plainyand Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock* for Fencing and Draining.
v
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. ', New Westminster
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NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, ::. 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15. !
10, IT. is, 19, 20, 28, OC, 71. 72, 73, 74 j
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block   14, Sapperton;   prices   ranging
\ from $125 to $200.
f,  room  house on Hamilton  street,
: all   modern   improvements     One   lot
\ from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400.
H'liiO   cash, balance   in  monthly   payments-
g room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time-
:u acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stuinjr oh It, now in grass, 28 hearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and '.arge chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced- Price $3500.. Terms $15U0
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66X-.2 ft., S. !: of S, lane at
'. lined;, 3rd and Queen's aveuue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 8Sxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
100 acres less right of way about 8
��� acres for railway;   25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenci'i;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
jand  lean too 10x22;   barn 30x32 an 1
i lean   too  32x14;   granary   10x10;   two
i chicken houses, each    10x12;     wagon
i shed  20x30;   small milk house,  small
orchard, all kinds of fruit   65 bearing
! fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price
UflOOO;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-
I ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
160 acres, less ::>. for new railway,
Full si_ed Lot on 4th
��0.  acres, icoo u ,_  .���  -- I
Township 4   Sec. 11; all bottom land, ��� of  Regina  St.,  betw .,
under grass, suits le for dairy farm;   avenues, west side of  tth Si
...   j_..i���-.l        (litchprl    ��11 ! S400:    hnlf   <��n_ti
��� 4.   acres  under-drained.
' round and fenced around and through
5 room house; barn 40x75,
about u00 head of
litched  all ; $400;   half cash.
St- at :-��� end
Price
4   Lots    88x132 each,    4th avenu��
l.th street.    $1200 cash.
stock   ^^^^^^^
cash, bal. to suit p
2 HOUSES    on 1 !���
centre B^^^^^
sufficient  feed  fc.
Price  $8000;   terms  one-third , n*mmmmmmmmmummm	
urchaser.   One mile : Sam'erton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
 an ,,_��� shed and 4 rooms, kitchen 'md .__
from station on new car line. ...            . u��� ^d wood
'1 Street.
Avenue,
' liicken
DClUiln
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ jshed.   $1000 each, one-tier, cash bal
Lot  22,  block    B,    between    Mrs. j ance easy_
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-|     _._.  ^^   .^
von street; full size $1600. : ii]oughed ... _,____. ^ ^ all
160  ACRES about two  miles  from i E. y4 Sect. 5.   $75 per acre ,     ..,'..
Aldergrove station,   30  acres  cleared j casn_ one.third '���', month ���    ne-third I
and partly  fenced, go��d  house, barn  months.
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760      . LQT_   ^.^ ^
cash, balance to be arranged. J4   ^   .^^  .^
l��i ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2. Dist. ho���_e> 17- chlck(,ns; f,
Lot 8; smith side of the river, near pric_ $1500j -1000 caH)|
bridge.    $300;   half   cash. J     6 ACRE8 good ,���.1; ,
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of i Lot 16( .,���._,,,. Hl,,��� ,, ^ ^
10th Street    and    St. Andrews.    Price, __d   Brunette  ruai, .,    .
$1050; half cash. roomed   house;   parlor, , ��
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and kitchen and three bedi om ; plaster.
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 60x:ed; conservatory 30 oi ! ' t long,
132; Nos, ii and 12. Price $1000 for heated by pipes; well; stable; barn;
both, hall cash, balance easy. .15   bearing fruit   trees
j stock ready to plant nut. 2 skep bees;
; 5  acres cleared, light tin, er on re-
niainlng  acre;     all  fenced;    U mile
' from school.    Price $3000; halt cash,
bal. in 6 months at 7 pel cent,
1 Ixit 8Sxl32, 4th avenue, l.th St
$800 cash.
3 LOTS,    5, 6 &  7.    '
cleared, upper side of :;iie, between 1st and 2nd Streel      Price$500
each.
4 LOTS. 2 lots from : ��� _.;
Oth Avenue on south side, No 35,JU
37 & 38, full size. Price $1100 for the
four, or $300 each; half
Double tenement house, 1th iw,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Prl ��� $1,700;
cash half and half In 6 m :.:,. ,. ;,.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
i'wo lots on 18th street, between  7th and  Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
other $10;  flush closets and all con-       _ uaii        iiaii     ��� mu
aected    with    sewers       Price $3,500.' KcuU for $10 eftch u,,���, .
Cash $2,0eo,    balance in  6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
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��� O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Columbia street, every Menday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor
tlially Invited to attend. A. Mc-
Don/aid, X. O.; J. W. MpDonal I,
V. T,.; W. ('. Coatham. R. S.J O, O,
Davy, F. S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No, 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., in  the Eagles'
hBll, Columbia street.   F. J. Lynch, I
W. Pres ;   H. Schofield, Secretary.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows' block. Clarkson .treet, O i
S. Corrigan, recorder; Geo. Bacon, j
master workman.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
40 acres K'2 section I I. '.' :. of E .
of Tn. 2, about 3 uiile.s from ; ridge ofl
Haworth road, Surrey, ho ��� ;n.i.
1 V_ storey house, 3 rooms finished another 3 can be added upstairs; email
shack; 1%  acres'cleared and ^*4d
���ui ..1\,       i. -���      __l  ..      v  I,   ��� i.    WUU    avvliw
Lot 14 on Sberbrook street of 11 uf  with clover, red; fairly easily cleared.
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-  One  mile  from  shingle mill.    Price
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%.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
271/. acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
new house, 1V_ 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 C
and 12 months.
This property Is only i�� mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60  each   lot.
enquiry.
$1,200;.. terms  half  cash i '������
months at 7 %.
^^^^ .    Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 corner 100 feet square;   tfj
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
^^^^^M $5,000, half cash, balance in fi and 11
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located in a commmanding ... ___, % rf gectlo_ ,. m %
situation; Third aveuue, at foot of io acres.partly cleared; Kanaka creel
Fifth street. Two aud one half-storey running through; good road; one mill
house. Ten rooms (recently papered) north of Webster's corner: shingle
o-i�� -_��. h���. ..,,,i mill and P.O. at the west corner; tffl
All  modern  conveniences;    hot    and   ^ ^.^ $. ���m.; (���.,, . ,,���, fc;
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lava- 4 m4)es from p0,t Haney, Price
tory, electric light; nice lawn; lot $2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balanceijj
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot  ranged.
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750. Large lot and two cottage! >
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. lumbia street, Sapperton.   Beth rent-
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres  at J10 each.
cleared;  barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.; j     Q_e a_(,  one.halt gtorey noiise sod'
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000'
casn, balance easy.
I The place  to  buy your  Furniture at cash prices on |
the easy payment plan without interest |
or extra charge f
Max Treed Furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.
Complete   Mouse   Furnishers
���i
S   All   orders   promptly  executed; carefully packed free of charge. tt
this Lodge ane held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly in
viied to attend. B. C. Firth, C. R.;
K. P. Maxwell. Sec.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In *he
month at . o'clock, ln the sn.'Jl
tall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to at
tend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.: F. P
Maxwell. R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8-08,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM- j
PERANCE meet every Wednesday!.
Bt 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially |pvlted to attend, G. Haggman, S. C.J N, R.
Brown, Secretary.
*Ot\_ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A*
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8LE8
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month tn
K nf P. Hall. John McNiven
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
he made welcome. C.H. Clow, N.G.
C.K. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
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.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. SI to ,86 and fi5, 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house,
chickens; horse and  rig
full size lot, situated north Bide ol
Royal avenue and corner ol McKlufl
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hut and
cold water, closet; Wood hed; yo-<
bearlg fruit trees; streets on m*
���Ides; fine view. Price $'.800 li*
cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 casl
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qui  '
175    choice and 3rd Ave., second lot fn d Qi ""
$1500 cash.  Ave.;    52x122 feet; ail cleared; :>*
alongside and back.     Price   I1000:
half cash, balance easy at 7 '.",
150 acres Improved land, hulld-8
and sheds complete, near Cloverdutj
all under cultivation, $15,000. U )"
can handle this, don't delay; Wj
bargain; terms can be arranged
*^For the above Tour ;
special price will be made
chaser.
���ties��
p nil!'
House 30x42, 4th    St., between
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A, M.J King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1693; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
.., Court Westminster, No. _:',0';
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29;
Beulah Rebtikah Lodge, No. 5, I. O.
O. P. ,   .
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property ls
situated on the corners of Faurth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street 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
Fro-.it street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 par
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$260; 4 Inaide lots $200 each. Price
19*0. cath.    Single lots at cash.
 ���
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 ''(,*l
bedrooms    upstairs,    and batb """���;
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
en. $1,200, $S00 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed  House,  with  bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   i_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 J0<
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
i   -w ��� ����� ��� ���a. U1IBUUIM, ,11'
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St. | down 8talrs. ...... dl-,-g nH,m, ti
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance I chen and p._try    Fu��� _|/t>ii ���,, rUJ
3 and 6 months at 7 %. I n,ng back t_ Mh gt    pr
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath j $1,500 cask, balance at P
room,  Agnes   St. ��� $3,000;   i_   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ';.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   y2
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 </,,.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under  cultivation,  10 acres oi
chard,   %  acre   strawtierries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house IS x-22; frame barn 30
x 32;   14-post   frame house  and  co.v
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; Hf-]^.dLi %mJS��-^
house made of hewed timber laid ln cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- '- ,��� ji H
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 \ g-*,^" ��J ^ {^^350 ea'ch, V
per cent.    _   t             J    'cash, balance 6 months at 1 *���
$3,1
 I ye"
^^^^^^^^^^^^   _ jiauuc   at   vi_____r^
at 7 per cent ^^^^^^^^^^
Three ful sized lots on Fifth .i��'Dlie'
Sen* I
north side between First and
streets,  No. 5, 6 and 7.   Pr*06
each or $1100 for the three.
�������
Full sized lot, north side ol "*
11 ton street between Sixth and ^
streets; $225.   	
28  acres on   Mara  road, I1"1'"*.
$160 an acre   FOR   A  FEW,  ^M
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  balance
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. Btreet tm
side of 4th avenue.    Price *200 c^
Block 12 on 12th St., eist "^jj rHURSDAY
FEE. 6,  1908.
THE DAILY N'l.WS.
Pact. SEVEN
ot    Canadian     North-V/est
Svnop' ���
Homestead   Regulations.
numbered section of H i
n  Manitoba, Saskatch-
.. excepting 8 and 26,
ni ly be homesteaded by
.. i is the sole head of   .
a,ale over IS  years i).
... , stent of one-quarter sec-
-
,   . more or less.
a   : ir   entry     must
hi
. rson   by   the   applicant
or
block   1;   lots   to an i   _���'
lot 8, bio.
IS, 4;  lots I!   ni I 21, bl .. , :.
lf>ts : i   18, block 6; lot
7;   lots  ii  ami   I i,
id 17, blr <���'. 9; lots 12 an !
'-- 10;   lots  7 an I 20
i  and  26,    lock  12;   lol  7,
lots I, 2, 3, 1. :.. 19, 20, 21,
-- ' loc t -7; lol    !,_.:;. 4 *r,.
lu.  11,  12,  13,  i v.  19, 20, 21, 22, 27,
-\ 2 ' and 30, block 1_;  of lol  227,
G. i   :.  ..��� Westminster distrlcl
Whi offrhe loss of certitl-
i num ier 1033A, is ue i   In
.    ��� .  William C. Mltctoi 11, h is
'����n Bled in this office,
���'���"': I "      ��� given thai I shall.
'-���I" da e ol the ftrsl publication hereof,
���:   I i] lie ite of the said ci rtia-
in the meantime valid ob-
me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
tn Is Agency    or   sub
... district  in  which the \ ���~n"
ti.    Entry by proxy may,
ade   at   an   agency  on
ditiona by the father, moth-
.     brother or sister ofl!
i  homesteader.
. ,i In- is rejuired to per-
.   tead duties under one
owing plans-
��� six months' resldem
Office, New Wi stmin-
January 11, 1908,
ultlvatlon of the land  In   __nd  ;;
or three years. s;,... i
��� iteader may, if he so   	
, r| inn the    required    rosi-
, tutii     by   living  on    farming
i  solely  by   him,  not less
thfl��� . (80)   acres  in extent, in
ni his homestead.   Join.
In land will not meet this
���
(3j   [| the father (or mother, if the
Ifather      leceased) of a homesteader
neiit residence on  farming
lely  by  him,   not  less! tra('f "f land and lr n>:ses siluat"' '
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Dot-
ble as th owner in Fee Simple, und?r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to .Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, of
all and -singular that certain parcel or
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Sliver   Watches.   opeD
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's SI vet Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watchi ������ I   to    the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Xll warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch    re marges   reason
able.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 17 and IS, block 2, subdivision
202       . ip l,  New Westmin-
-'��� :   li8tri< ���    I'm;   Moody).
Whereas pro the loss of certlfl-
al : title :. imb i 3290A, Issued In
the '.. im ol W. Norman Bole, has
bei;   Bled In this i ���:.. e
Notice Is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month from the
: '������' he  first   publication hereof,
��� --ii" a duplicate of the said certlfl-
��� ite   ii.   ss in the meant me valid ob-
lectioi       mads to me tn writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,  New  Westmin-
Bti r, B. ('.. January S. 190J
SODA
NALEH,\Ti;:*
IS THE BEST.
E.W.QILLETT Sfffr*?.
TORONTO.ONT.
��� I  sole
ing and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province oT British Columbla.more particularly known
and described as Lots IS to 25, inclusive, Elicit 4, being parts of southwest  nf Section 2, Township  16.
You  and  eadi of you  are required
of the homestead, or up-
i;, a i.( i ' stead  entered  for by him
Iclnlty, such homesteader may
his own  residence duties by
| th the father (or mother).
(4) The term   vicinity'' in the two
paragraphs   is   defined    as j to contest the claim of the tax pur-
| not more than nine miles in '. chaser within forty-five days from the
la direct line, exclusive "e the width date of the first publication of this
I ad allowances crossed in the notice upon you. otherwise I shall
Measurement. 1 register  Margaret   Dobbie   as   owner
(5) A   homesteader   intend.n^    to . thereof in  fee.   And  I hereby direct
fterform   his   residence   duties  in   ac-; that publication of this notice for one
���   with the above while living   mouth in a daily newspaper publish-
nitli pari nts nr on farming land own-   ed at New Westminster will bo good
: raself must   notify  the agent   and   sufficient service thereof.
;n the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
lie given 'ii the Commissioner of Do-
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST-:
n
EMPRESSES*!
18.000  t EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN 114,50u
H. Power t EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TON*
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
(ninkin Lands at Ottawa, uf Intention
|o a . .  for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Oeput) of ihe Minister of the Interior.
N.  B���Unauthorized   publication _f
litis advi rtlsement   will   not   be  paid
for,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Dated at the Land R glstry offlc;
New Westminster, Province of Bri'-
Ish Columbia, this 29th day of August.
A. I).  19 7.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Ben'am'n Douglas, Esq.
W.
ers,
25, j Dulldln
Re northeast half of lot 2, blocl
New Westminster City. |	
Whereas proof of the. ioss of certifi-,   A   WHEALLER,
late of title number 4085A, issued in ' *�����   licitor,  etc.
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN  BOLE,  K. C,    BAR-
rister and Solicitor.    Chanib-
Canadian    Bank   of    Commerce
New Westminster, B. C.
BARRISTER,   SO-
42 Lome Street,
lhe name of Emily Moore Dom'ny, has j opposite Court House, New/Westmiu
Jeen filed in this office. i ster.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall, ;	
(it the expiration of one month from j W
Phone 143.
HITESIDE  &   ED.MO.'.'DS, BarrU-
tars and solicitors,  Blackle Blk.,
pe date of the first publication here-
issue a duplicate of the said certifi-' Columbia street,   New    Westminster.
late, unless in the meantime valid oh-': vv- J' Whiteside, H. L. E.lmonds.
}���������       ie made to me in writing.        j       AKTlN,   WEAK'.   &   McQUARRIE
C. S. KEITH, j IU   Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
District Registrar of Titles. I t\ew Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
and Registry Office, New Westmin- '��� ciarckson and Lome  strets. Vancou-
ster, B.C., January 4th. 1907. j ver, rooms 21, 24. 445 Granville street,
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wil be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
.Now is the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Ninas nt home.
.Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
John, February 7th.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED.   GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
WHEN fcOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day m the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
IHE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
ind LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
*-orld. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
if) section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
irarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or. any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
������20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-,
Ian',, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Ross'anrl ��ith the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falh with
stage r4-lily for Republic
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IQOI.
Leave             Day Train Arrive
9.20 am Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
Q.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Disqualified.
Altii mgh Mrs. Harlow lovml her hus-
admlred what she 1 ons dered
Iii- good point-! it was a never ��� .dim:
source of amazement  to her mat  he
bad   been  chosen to  fill the office of
ir for three successive terms,
"E erybody   knows   how   much    I
I think of .lames." she said In a dazed
wi.,   to one of her husband's cousins.
"I . Iways said and always should Bay
th     .��� good as gold. Hut if you'll
teil me whether you think a man who
Is blind  and  who  brings home
to.\s  that  won't go  when  you   wind
them and who still thinks 1 could like
olives If I'd only  try is lit for such a
position why, all I can say is I don't."
���Youth's Companion.
A Chinese Idea of Foreigners.
The following is n quite modern Chinese conception of the foreigners'
treatment of infectious cases: "If an
epidemic broke out two foreigners took
the sick away and put them in a little
room, washed them with lime water
and then locked liieni up so that no one
, could see them on purpose lhat they
i mighi soon die and not propagate tbe
disease. Wives and children might cry
and weep, hut the foreigner would but
drive them away with sticks, for until
dead m> one must see those faces
again. Better for all of us to jump into the sea than submit to this."--
South China 1'osL
DOOR KEYS li SWEDEN
Curious Custom of Hanging Them
Outside the Doors.
HOUSES LOCKED, YET OPEN.
The Dangling Key lnforn-13 You th��
Tenants Are Out. but Friends Who
Call Are at Liberty to Unlock the
Door   and   Enter   and   Rest.
When   the   Swedes   go  call . g,   they
lock up and then bang  _te do >r key on
tin- bell or the doorknob or s rme oilier
conspicuous place. When they go vlsit-
; nit: for a few weeks, holts and bars are
s'.id Into place, and then out goes the
I key.   II" the house is shut up for an eu-
; tire season or a  full year, the gayly
swinging door key says "Not at home"
to passersby.
There Is no kicking your heels on the
doortn.it in Sweden while the bell or
knocker awakes the echoes in an empty bouse. Agents, peddlers, friends
and relatives all know lids message of
the door key and seeing it out puss by.
As can be readily Imagined, this
strange custom has been put to good
use lu many Instances when visitors
were not wanted. Instead of telling
the maid to inform cullers that Mrs.
Jones is not at home the mistress says
to Jennie: "llaug out tlie door key at 3
o'clock this afternoon nnd bring It In
at .">. 1 don't wish to see any one for a
few hours."
About the first of the month In certain districts door keys swing to tho
breezes in great numbers, aud collectors, knowing the custom and also It-
misuse, scratch their heads in perplexity nt this not at home signal.
Many   amusing  stories  are  told  of
The Surpnlse. ! creditors sitting down to await tbe re-
Grandma - Were  you  surprised to   torn of their man while the debtor sat
Antiquity of an Old Tune.
When Napoleon's army was In Egypt
In iTSKi and the band struck up the
tune which In England is set to the
Bong "We Won't Go Home Till Morning" its effect on the Bedouins was
electrical. They leaped and shouted
and embraced one another deliriously.
They averred that they were listening
to the oldest and most popular tune of
their people. It is thought that the
tune was brought to Europe from the
dark continent tn tbe eleventh century
bv.the Crusader*.���,t. James'. Gazette.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� ritl.h Columbia Coast Line
Service.
have uie come and visit you? Johnny
���Not 80 surprised as uiuiiiuia was.
Grandma���Why, she knew I was com-,
Inc. Johnny���Yes; what she was sur- i
prised nt was pupa's language when
she told him about lt. ��� Cleveland
Lender.
TIMETABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT. SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S   Princess  May.
Leaves Vancouver S p. in. on follow
in.  dates:
Jan. 25; Lv. Victoria 11 p.m- Jan. 21
Feb. !i; Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. S
Feb. 24:   Lv. Victoria S p.m. Feb. 2",
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. ui. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a.  111. daily;    arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:3(3 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. dally except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally ex-
Overcharged.
"Electricity   in   the   atmosphere   af
fe.ts your system," said the doctor. I ?"* a fln _��� ?m* ^e debtor got an ex-
on the other side of the locked door
nnd chuckled. There have been Instances where a collector has taken
the key, unlocked the door anil entered
the bouse to be met by the owner, who
calmly laughed over his ruse. Again a
creditor has entered a bouse In which
he supposes the owner to be hiding only to find it vacant and to-lie caught by
the irate master, arrested and made to
"Yes." said the pntleut, who bad paid
I $10 for two viits. "there are times
] when one feels overcharged."
Every nation mocks at other nations,
���nd all are right.���Schopenhauer.
NOTICE
Re
site for wharf aud
Fraser river, near New Westmin
ster, B. C.
tension of time on his bill.
These Illegitimate uses of this very
old custom of uot only leaving the
latchstring out, but also putting the
door key at the disposal of all who
pass, are not discovered at first glance,
ami they nre really very much In tbe
minority, for Sweden is pre-eminently
nn honest laud. In and around aliout
Stockholm there is very little need of
policemen or strong boxes, for every
ninn, however low dowu in the social
scale, seems to hnve due respect for
boom 0:1  the   another's property.
Although a few of tbe more suspicious, or the foreigners who have, not
teen brought up in this Strange custom of leaving the door key out, may
lock up with bolts from the Inside and
use another door for exit when they
leave home for nn extended visit, the
old residents actually leave thei,- homes
LAND  REGISTRY ACT. I
Taki notice that an application has
|een made to register M. W. Min-
Porne as the owner In fee simple,
pier a Kix sale deed from the mayor
pi treasurer of the city of New West-
''Mter, to M. W. Minthorne, bearing
1,11 ' 10th day of February, A.D.
P1. of all and singular that certain
jarcel 01 tract of land and premises
[ ���' ' :-!ng and being in the city,
I x'������������ Westminster, in the province!
I ! !! Columbia more particularly
hows and described as: Subdivision!
"A" of th
GHIOKUK Ki. MAKTl.N, Barrister and
Solicitor, Quichon  block, Colum
1. ami McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C.
a. MYERS GRAY, Barriwr, Solicitoi
and Notary Public, i> 'iractlce sine*
1691 at New Westmin-:'1'- "r Of
(ices removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House
P.O. Box !��!).   Telephone 64.
w
middle acre of
91   '[| -alf of the south half of
'      1  urban block 12, map 566.        j corner
v-���     ,                           ��              streets. New Westminster. B. c
"I each of you are reouired to I  . ���
_\   11 A N SPOBD.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Columbia      and      McKenzie
'���" claim of the tax purchaser1 BOARD  OF TRADE,   New  Westmin
Pthln  forty-five days  from tho dat���
|ni1'   first publication of this notice
" ��� 1 shall register M. w. Mln-
Por-e at owner thereof in fee.   And
hereby direct that publication of this
IPtlce for thirty days in a daily news-
��er published at New Westminster
'"   '���'  good   and   sufficient  service
Hereof.
^""d at tne Land  Registry Office,
�� Westminster, province of British
tolumbla, this 22nd day of January,
_�����   l!>0_.
sier Board of Trade meets in the
Board Boom, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each mouth,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p. ro.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster S:35, 11:33,
| 15:15, 17:2u, 18:40.
i     Arrive    New,  Westminster    10:25,
j 12:45, 16:30, IS:23, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45
; leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
; Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V.,   U.  &   Y��� VANCOUVER
'��� Lv. N. W- 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
: Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
il. N. IL���PORT OTJlCHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m,
arrive Guichon 6 p m-
Leave Guichon 6 a- nr, arrive New
N'ew Westminster 8:30 a. in-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
j ind 8 a. m., and every half hour there-
! ifter till 13 d. m.
Lv. Vancouver  tor  Westminster at
same hours-
FILL  ALARM   BOXES,
f�� L""'s R. Bayne.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
"'sons served with this notice,
ming through or under
persons claiming any in-
All
f"1 those cial
P"ui and all
Frost In the said land by virtue of
P unre-lstered Instrument, and all
��������<w claiming any Interest tn the
11   "xl  by descent; whose title is,
r   '/^'"''ed under the provision, of
Wnd Registry Act," shall be for-
i ���   WOppefl and debarred from set- |
�����- up any claim to or in respect ot|
r ;d w land so sold for taxes as pro-
Ule "Land Registry Act."
Marks
De-ions
Copyrights Ac
Scientific flmcr c%
-_D_rJ_.fl.7&��r��-.P<>��t'W,) PreP*1"-
���U newiidealcf*.
iSeiBrrtdwir.
��� .-.jhlujtoo.
���TOcrs-aft1
.���Asylum.
li���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
i�����Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24���-->id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKensle.
36���C.P.R. Station.
NOTICE is hereby given that tne
undersigned, H. G. Barnet and Hugh
.vlcDonald, Loth of the city of New
Westminster, ln tbe province of British Columbia, mill owners, having ap-j at the disposal of any who may care to
piled to his excellency t'he governor-] enter,
general-in-couucil, for the approval of     Friends who call and find the key
cent Monday  arirves Victoria""'.^ ! a certain site for the construction ofl out feel at perfect liberty to unlock the'
cepr. inonaay,  arirves  v leiuri-     _,ra. _i door, enter and rest a bit befoie pass-
daily except Tuesday. a certain wharf and boom, situate on   ,__ .__   8tra_gerg Kldon| mlgU8el the
WEST COAST  ROUTE. I the south aide of Lulu l8land' on tbe| confidence.
33. Tees snore ot the Fraser river> h:tve    dc"i    The custom started ages ago when lt
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th jP<>S-t-- with the honorable the min- j ���fJ**WWlL_^_��j_��,_***_��_*���_��
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosqul-
I to Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
i month for Quatstao and way ports;
: 20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quat-
i slno, Cape Scott and way ports,
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver J: 30  p-m. dally,
i except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
| leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
! i a. m.
UP RIVER,
ttamona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m.
'   LOWER   FRASER  RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves New Westminster dally  ex
] cept Sunday at 2 p.m.. with additional
trip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. in.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from    Vancouver    at    8    o. m.,  2nd
md   16th   of  each  month,  calling at
; Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
I on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For  reserrations  and   '.ntormatlOD
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Asrent, New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE.
<>sst. Oen. Pass.  Agent, Vincnuver.
f .1. W. TROUP.
General flaper'ntenrlent. Victoria
ister of public works at Ottawa, plans' priests to travel through Swedish vll-
of said wharf aud boom, which they, ,a*e9- "topping to leave their blessing
, ,     .        ���    .  on the households of the neighborhood.
propose to construct on land covered -.���___ ^ ____. ^^ ^^ ^
with water, lying south of lot 757. In wlth eager_e8s by the pious Swedes,
group I, in the district of New "West-; and it was considered an act of gross-
minster and province aforesaid, to- est discourtesy to bar the door, for
gether with a description of the pre- whatever reason, against a holy man.
posed site thereof described by metes Consequently If a family left home tlie
. , , . . ,��� .��� ���,��� . key was always put out against tlie ar-
and bounds; and have also deposited a .,_.,  ftf ^ j^    Mm��   ._ .   .^
duplicate of each in the office of the -.ere  lefti  and shou,d  the hoIy m._
registrar of deeds for the said district stop at a vacant house he entered, re-
of New Westminster, in which district' freshed himself, left his blessing In the
aald work Is proposed to be construct-' form of a candle or a bottle of holy
ed;   in accordance with the   require-' water or a hit of consecrated green nnd
...    ....   ,    _, J passed.    Thus the custom originated,
ments of section 7 ot the "Navigable ^    .^.^   ^   .^  "^
Waters'   Protection   Act,"  Chap.   Uo,  unve    i,ocome   towna    nnd ��� travcli'mr
R. S. Can. 1906. priests have passed away and the lu-
Dated at New Westminster, B.  C I flnx of other nntlons lias modernised
Sweden and brought the evil of theft
with It, the door keys still bang out <rs
evidence of trust and open doored hon-
pitnllty.
A thief seldom takes dowu one ot
the keys and enters, for there ls ttw
uncertainty about the absence of the
residents spoken of to hold him back,
aud the knowledge that an exposed
door key may merely mean that the
owner has stepped across to tbe store
aud will return any minute makes
tampering with property risky business.
These facts, together with the Wg
one that Swedes are one of the most
honest people on the face of the globe,
make a custom safe there which would
be a foolhardy tempting of misfortune
in our "land of the free."���Los Angeles Times.
the i.0th day of January, 1908.
H.   G.   BARNET,
HUGH     McDONALl).
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
dally 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. Gcul. Pass. Agt, Vancouver.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Pud 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
tnd dining cars on alll their trains and
.ive their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROVVE. General Agent
��� 34 Tfcird St.. cor AbW Portland. Or.
Found an Exoui*.
One Easter a Methodist minister In
tlie south wrote to J. Plerpont Morgan
nnd asked him to subscribe to the erection of a new church.
"Since I am an Episcopalian," Mr.
Morgan wrote back, "I can't conscientiously join thla Easter subscription to
the bub Mis. of a Methodist church.
Before erecting your new church,
though, you are going, I understand, to
tear the old church down. For that
purpose I gladly Inclose my check (or
J250."
To please will always be the wish ot
benevolence: to bo admired, the eon*
stant aha of ambition.���Dr. Johnwn.
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PAGE  EIGHT
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
THURSD.-.
OA/ r/A/��/
If your sweetheart gets a
Valentine at all, she wants
it on time.
H. Morey & Co.
Have a fine assortment
from 5c to $2.50 each.
They're Going I
MOREY'S
Columbia Street
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
ta       ADVERTISE     "W
��� IN *-
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Navel
Oranges
Fresh Shipment
Just  In.
These are the
very Best Navel
Oranges we
are offering, and
the price is
very low for this
size and grade.
25 cents
Try a Dozen.
CA.WELSH
The People's Grocer
OUTCASTS Of EMPIRE
LAMENT THEIR EAT
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in good locations
Mass Meeting of Orientals
Protest Vigorously Against
Treatment Meted Out to
Them by Britain.
	
Bombay.  Feb.   u.���Hindus,   Mohani- j
medans and Parsees combined to hold
a large   meeting    here    to    protest'
again .  the action of the  Transvaal i
K'   ernment   regarding    the   reglatra-
li.    of Asiatics.   Many Europeans at-i
tendei.        The   speakers   indignantly
protested   against   the   treatmem  ao I
corded   Indians  i.i   the   Transvaal.und
they   were  excitedly   and   prolongedly i
applauded.      The  following  samples
' are culled from ;. number of th'.j dec-j
. Initiations:
"The   word     Empire    lias   lost   its'
meaning    when    one subject, is   111-
i treated  bj  another."
���'The heroic service ot  t'ne  Indians
: 'n   the   South   African   War   deserved
a better requlttal than their present
I degrading treatment."
"How will British statesmen carry
on the Empire if 300,000,000 subjects
are degraded today, disaffected, perhaps, tomorrow, and are ultimately
rebellious?"
"Indians in the Transvaal are
treated worse than the Jews in Russia."
Sir Phlrozshah Merwanjl Mehta, ad-
I ditional member of the Council ot
I the Governor of Bombay, was tremen-
| dously applauded when he declared
[ the time would come when the very
arguments the white races were now
using to Support the exclusion of the j
i colored races would be used against
I them  similarly   by  the  latter.
Resolutions were adopted appealing
to Britain to stop the injustices,
which were awakening a high sense
of wrong throughout India.
I
Polish Your Furniture
w'.tli .lolinson's Prepared Wax. It pre-
���ervea anil briritrs out natural beauty of
the wood.   H produces a rich, artistlo
linisli. e, which dirt anil dust, will riot
-ithere. Just try il and you will see liow
mucfc belter it is tlian any otlier polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is'*A Complete Finish and Pol-���i for aii
Wood." Use it on your BoorN and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all ilanciiitf Moors.
You ean tret Johnson's free boolt. "The
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and furniture" und these preparations of
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B   C.
Also,
WOOD  DYES
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
m
I
New Showing
of
Embroideries
200 Pieces of Fine Cambric. Nainsook and Swiss
Embroidery Edgings and Insertion.,
Opened Out To-day
More Room
Wanted
In this ne\* showing
are all qualities and
all widths frohi the
narrowest [   | rjng l0
the wide Eml deriet
and Plounc
SPECIAL DESIGNS IN
EMBROIDERED FRONTING
By the yard for Blouse
Fronts.
20 Pieces ol Fine Cambric and Nainsook Corset
Cover Embroideries
INStRTIONS TO MATCH   all   Edgings,   Flounc   _<> and
Corset Embroideries.
FOOTBALL FIXTURES
ARRANGED YESTERDAY
for our new  spring stock,
pose spiling for the
We pur-
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t|i I    Malms, Coulthard & Co. i*
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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| Wedding Presents
RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING   SILVER   GOODS.   BRASS   AND ���
COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA. 1
and last but ret least, we are sole agents for
THE  PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA.
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W. C. CHAMBER Un,
The Jeweler
Agent rlamilt6h Watches
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1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
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| J. J. MACKAY 6f CO. I
IS BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS I
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A  meeUng of the  executive  of  the
New   Westminster   Football     association was 'nel. last night in the board
of trade room, at which arrangements
were  made  for games    for the  next!
three Saturdays, the last of which, on :
the 22nd inst., is the seml-ftnal with
the Thistles of Vancouver for the U.
C. cup.    It  was reported  that beiore
this game three members of the team
would   be   leaving the   city,    namely,
Lock,  t'ne  captain of  the  team, and j
the two Flemings who have done smii
good work  in  past games.    The team
that   will     meet   the   Thistles     will,
therefore, be:   Goal,  Barbafee;  backs,!
Clark ,and Heyingshaw;  halves, Turn-
bull   (captain),   Leamy     and    Peele;
forwards.      Lockhart,     Cunningham,!
Lumsden,   Watson  and  Craig.
Next Saturday a scratch team will J
play a  team  composed of men rrom!
the dipper dredge, and for the follow- j
ing Saturday a game    ^ftS   m''.i  a.,j
ranged   with   an eleven   from   Mount
L-6_ffiW_,  which  '-* sail  to be abb. lo |
BlUSter   a   strong   aggregation-       T^fi
game  against   tT/e   dredg.  l_8__   will i
commence at three o'clock, New\vest-|
minster liein.^ represented by the foi-1
lowing team;    <i<)A, Barbaree; backB,
Clark    ami    BfeTrlngshaw;      halves,]
Leamy,  Turnbull,   (!.   Fleming;     for-]
wards,     Mallngs,     A.  Fleming,   Luck
(captain). Johnston and  Watson.
Next 15 Days
Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishings, etc.,
at Reduced Prices
Men's underwear, pants, reefers,
coats, overcoats, suspenders, ties, hats,
caps, boots and shoes.
Ladies' and children's underwear,
night dresses, shirtwaists, hose, lace
curtains, muslins, sheeting, pillow cotton, etc.
It will be to your advantage to give
us a call. Remember this sale lasts for
fifteen days only. See our window
for prices on groceries.
Kyle & Son
Good Cheer Store
New Goods Are Beginning to Pour In
Upon Us
Watch for every Advertisement for particulars of
new lines.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
I Phone 276.
255 Front Street.
SHIP   HARTFIELD   IS
UNINSURABLE  NOW
Seattle, Feb. 5.���What    little hope
had   lived   in   the  hearts   of  mariners
that 'he Bntish sailing ship Hartfield
jbouul from Liverpool for Seattle,
would make port safely, has died, .nd
| the vessel has been declared losl by
the Insurers. The vessel cannol be
reinsured   now.     She  i.s   1o4 rliiy.-, out
! from Valparaiso, and is though! to
have turned turtle by shirting of ballast and sunk off the Vancouver isl-
; and coast where wreckage has been
found.
Goods delivered free 10 rail parts or]
the city.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
COAL! COAlf
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
GalbraitrTs Factory.
IP. O. Box   345
���Phone
105.
JOHN REID,
Telephone  53.
New Westminster, P. o. Box 474
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:j0 a. in. Last
car leaves at  n p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver ll':3t.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at. 6; no
a. m.
8unday Service  bail-nouriy be- 1
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p,ni.
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:: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd j;
:>f-i.t-tttt.t-ttt..t-.tttt-mr-titt>>���>*.tt.tt-etMiX   Nsw Westminster.
(Sec. 3-19) Nice Cottage in good repair,
clcse to car line, lot 66 x 132, all cleared,
small fruits.
Price, $1,200.
Terms about half cash, balance $12 per
month.
F. J. HART & CO.
LIMITED
QuBiwack.
Vancouver.
OFFICE 1 FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WEST
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A Special Line o[
Good Things
Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
!       4k
1 A  I
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd*
Telephone 101
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