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 /' \.p,Rislative A<>_
mt, Shiles & Co.
-,���_ INSURANCE
NtW W.STM1NSTWRC
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.    TUESDAY    MORNING,   FEBRl'AK.    1!
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
IS THE TOPIC OF
LEGISLATIVE DEBATE
REPUBLIC APPEARS      MILK SAMPLES ARE
TO BE ONLY SOLUTION   FOUND UNDER PROOf
BUSINESS SLACK a	
Government
Burkes Immediate Investigation by Throwing
Out Oliver's Amendment���Alleged Combine Among
Mine Owners  Should  Be Proved ��� Second
Reading of University Bill.
Victoria
SIM <-'<ial
.  today,
10.���(Special.)
gne i supreme In the leg- j
almost the entire sea-
Uld bills their final reading today. Thi se
are the coal ta_ Increase bill and the
enactment which will tomorrow make
Chilliwack a city.    There is urgency
lion being taken up in the discussing for botn    )t js ))kelv that H011u, ,,,._.
Advocates of Abolition of I Some Dealers in Lacteal
-Monarchy Say Change Is Fluid Thicken Liquid Mix-
Coming Soon.
COUNCIL CHAMBER
lure With Corn Starch.
i
on, F< b. Id.���The republican
leaders in Portugal are in extremely
high spirits.   They assert confidently
Thirty samples of milk supplh .
ns imers ln this city have been tested l.v Medical Officer Dr. .1. H. Jones
; during the past  four  days.    Of    this
number only V. were found to be be-
f matters relative to the   conditions  important bills which are now In their
. . -filch black diamonds were ex-   final  stage,  may  also  be put   through
**�� ' mIne8| and in trying j today, probably making fonrteen bills   en1 *   desman ol ���� I
tne existence    of    the | to which his honor will tomorrow give | Eaid
: ii    among   the    coal
thai   a   republic is now  a matter   ofl
months, not of years. low  the average    required    by    law,
Thi    _8S_clated Press has    secured   namely, li per cent,  butter fat, -while
     Inlon on the situation and an out-       " ral samples went as high as 5 or
mw^^^
line ' i  the republican plan of   cam
per cent.   The average for the thirty
dimples analyzed would be from 3%
Presence of Reporters May Be Responsible For Reticence
of Civic Fathers -Aid. Fader Has Rod in Pickle
For  Telephone Company ��� Library
Building Sinking.
Everything was peace and quietness   From   the   remark,   of   the   aldermen
at   ihe city hall  last night  so far    as
business was concerned, for the civic
paign from perhaps tbe most compel-   .��� f (.(._t_ U) 4 per cent    Tht tw<J mJ,k.
rty. This man   nien whose lacteal fluid failed ;o come
up to requirements hav. been n< itifle i \ 'ha:   for private    reasons,
during ilir' discussion on the question,
lt was learned thai the building had
[gunk an inch or so, and that t'he
slate was clean; either tli n or the ouii_t.rs nad followed not one plan
;��� i net- of the reporters prevented only Inii two, using part of each,
ihe opportunity  arising for  live    an I       The  mayor  and   Aid.  Jardine   were
ii   i     ,i    .._-t_-      i ,,.,.(���-t-   given power to have a survey made of
untrammelled    discussion    ol  inarters.D '
the city's property on Lulu island and
his asBent, all hough the session has
barons.
_l1(, . introduced  by (I.  A . ^^_____________________________________
McGul_ ......   isklng that the      D. C. Corbln's bill whic_ last week
Dominion governmenl  make   an   - x-
Into the alleged coal
.���..   ind    John Oliver's
. ���nqiiiry^^^^^^^
.. ,,, mil ' "I the legislature, and
Include into Its work the looking Into
... otection afforded underground
workers, was the means of drawing
forti from ���'��� H. Hawthornthwaite a
I I <m his favorite subject,
^ protr a ol Hie working man aud ' ers, that they had a right to i ontinue
He oppression of the capitalists, more' their project unmolested by Mr. Coi
bin or any other rallwaj builder, par-
���;..-
I
city
only reached Its seventeenth woi
day.
1).
collided with the charter held by the
Vanoouvi r promoti rs of the    s- itis -
amend-  ''-,:;'    Kootenay    railway,    practh illj
he conducted   over  the  same route,  is  today a
before the railway committee,
The preamble of the bill was p      d
at the last meeting of the comml
alter a warm debate, an ! mi a dec's on
of 11 to ii ihe mlnorltj supporting the
claims of the Vancouver charter hold-
of the monarchy is near.  lnat lD�� Quality of thi milk thej fathers may be desirous   of    talking
tail to  customers must  Improve   ma-; over in  the  seclusion of  their    own
terially  within  ihe  next    few    days       rnpahy. The council proper occupied
mui Ier   of  the   king   and   crown
come as unexpectedly  as did
they   might   know exactly  what    they
had to offer in tile proposed sale.
F. J, Hart & Co., Ltd., wrote asking
selling j exactly twenty minutes and consisted   t,m' m "lans ot' ,Ile subdivision   of
i   wake  upjahilterated milk will follow, wltn the I in  the reading of the    minutes,    the  lots 5 and 6' ln lot 4-- ,Uock '"'- BUbur"
for
frrwise    prosecutions
rln ���    and  tne  world  w
pm   morning to find    a  republic    in j...sequent exposure of the    parties
Portugal.   We are convinced that the-... onslble.
revolution will be a peaceful one.   It is      Uthough the analysis of the dltfi
;.   m Bti   -   for foreigners to    imagine  . ni   samples  can  he -seen  by   anyonr
thai   th��   Portuguese  are   nol   awake,   interested  at   Health   Inspector   S. .1.
I ii   -   Is an    organization    in    every   p, ircer8  office  at  the  city  hall,  the
- ng of a  few unimportant  communications over to  various commit
for report, the formal passing of
a- by-law, and the adoption of   three
repi rts of committees, Then the aldi r-
aen   adjourned   to   assemble   in the
partlcularl) the <';|al mine owners.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Immediate',.tlcularly as they were not in default
way  in the two years    they
vn    and   doctors   and   lawyers, and
��� ven tin  priests are sending In notices
of theii adherence by the score  There :,t
.- ed republican officers in the thorities takin
irmy. I   I   fair  t	
We will  make a change of regime name of tl]e  man or men    who   are j but they still sat and a few
roes  of the  milkmen    from   wbon     ommlttee room, where, however,    it
these  samples  were   obtained   cannot i ared   that   there   was  nothing   to
'   o tained  for  publication,   the lone either.    As the reporters en-
ban, be passed. The mayor was requested to sign the plans.
.1. A. Mountain and J. Trodden
wrote asking for the construction of
a vehicle crossing opposite their properties, i.lock 7, Fifth street. Granted
under us,ml conditions.
C. M. Nicholson, asking for permission to lay building material ou   Dur-
The government burke I    ,,.,,,,.,....,._
invt s:i_ ! i :��� >n  of   iln-   iii-ilter,   Oliver's   ���   anj 	
amendment  being defeated  by  20 to j hhve held their charter.   Tnat consent
ll, while Mn;aire's resolution Carried
the view that it would I tered. his worship remarked that per-   han> *"*����� als�� requesting a four foot
advertise  abroad   th.       .   -   .he meeting had better adjourn.   Sidewalk   along  Durham   street.    The
small  Permission re  building material   was
an open issue in the coming campaign. I cheating their clients by watering the j matters  were  brought   up,  the  meet- granted under the  usual    conditions,
houn
by a su! stantial majority.
In reply to a dlrecf question from
John Oliver,    Premier    McBride   de-.
:. i thai the recent newspaper reports concerning the arrangement  lie-
Trunk Pacific railway, had not emanated from himself or other responsible'
ministers ol the government. In the
course of his remarks. Mr. McBride
declared that he hoped to bring for-,
ward some legislation on >the subject
in i ariri date.
ns second rending without much discussion.
w.   will  demand that  the  monarchy
which has dragged down Portugal into
the   mire  of political     and     tinanc.
banki iptcy abdicate to    the    iieop;-:'.
Ti.< .   dare   not   try repression   again
thi j   :an only surrender."
While the troops since last Tuesday
remain in their barracks during the
daj time, Lisbon at nighi still re-
sr mbles an armed camp, Cavalry is
massed in the public squares, pickets
will now be continued in the House.
Meanwhile the committee Is passing
over the balance ot Mr. Corbln's bill.
His   legal  representatives.  K.  V.  Bod-
well,  K.  ('.,  and  .1.  A.   Harvey. K.  C .
, promised the committee that the road
tween the government and the Oram,  would be completed  within one year
from the passing of the bill.   It    will
xtend   from  Michel   to    the  international boundary. ___________________________
Corbin  must furnish  a  deposit    ofjsoldiers  &U��I(1 the  stale bank    night
$25,000 that he will complete the railway within one year.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .lohn  Oliver,  who has  been  absent
The university bill,  introduced  last   owing to the sickness of a near rela-
week by the lion.  Dr.  Young passed] the,  has  returned   to  the  House,  to
find that Dr. McGulre, of Vancouver,
has attempted to forestall him in tl��3
muter of an enquiry into the exces
.-. ��� change has sive price of coal, and the question as
Wn male in the date for the iiittend- to whether it is due to a combine or
ance of bis honor to assent to Die is a necessary consequence of econo-
elght bills already passed, including mic conditions. Dr. McGulre, how-
ibe Natal measure. That attendance ever; proposes to refer the matter to
had been fixed for this .afternoon, but   the Dominion government, while    Mr.
Oliver  wants   the   provincial    government tn appoint a commission.
milk supplied to families.
Questioned as to the nature of ' ���
adulterants In the milk, Dr. .lone.- informed the .News yesterday���that In
ihe samples found under proof, water I tee
had been used to increase the quiuit-
Ity of the fluid, while in other cases
the cream had been removed before
the milkmen started out on their early
morning rounds. Corn starch was added in some cases to give the pale blue
ing finally closing after two
spent in convival converse, with the
aid of the mayor's fragrant Hahanas,
smoking being  permitted in  commit-
patrol  the streets and heavily  armed   fluld the ai),)earance of -lch nlilk, but
ihis subterfuge was not always successful, and too ,apt to be discovered
by the housewives to be a fi.vorlte
with the milk dealers.
The method adopted by the city
authorities in gathering milk or for
analysis  Is  as   follows;     One  sample
and day.    The financial situation
viewed with great alarm.
The country ls staggering under It-
foreign debt, and commerce is almosi
paralyzed by the fluctuations of the
gold premium.    Conservative bankers
the financial situation to    ijt- taken from the milkman, and other
Aid. Fader was to the front with
-��� .- ral suggestions for the improvement of the city, especially with regard to sanitation and telephones. He
wanted the city cleaned up, and stated
that  he had  been  informed that  the ^^	
scavenger could  not remove the  rub-  opened up and  put in  shapely at  the
the remainder of the comriiunication
being referred to the board of works
for report.
Sam Craig wrote that he did not
now desire the sidewalk on Fifth avenue, having sold his property, but now
desired a crossing on Eighth street,
east of Third avenue. Referred to the
board of works to report.
W. J. Smith requested that the
brush be cleared away and the   road
V  ������    ���.  Peb. 10.���A
more critical than the political.
Th^- outside world, in spite of the
studied censorship which defeats its
own object, should not imagine that
the throne of Portugal is tottering towards revolution, and that a republic
nam; les are taken from the hotelB ami
restaurants which he supplies, ��y
this mtans hotels which .baptize the
"cream" before placing it "on tbe
tables are easily detected, as Choir's
may be the only under proof sample
will be delayed until tomorrow tor Die
purpose of giving at  least  two more
IHIIIIMi IS STOPPED
BEtALSE UF LORD'S BAY ACT
TERRIBLE  TRAGEDY   MAY
UNHINGE MIND OF CZARINA
��� The
      St.    Petersburg.    Feb.     'M^^^^���
 " Czarina   is  reported   to be  losing her
Winnipeg, Feb. 10.���Yesterday    af- mind  as a  resull    of    the
i squad of police raided   the  tragedy In Portugal.   For
the Czarina  has been
imminent.    Tne  general   situation   &m _f . do___ or __ a__ly_ed by m
health officers. A warning from Mr.
Pearce is generally sufficitnt to bring
the offenders to a realization of the
enormity of their sin���for a time.
There has been no prosecutions for
silling poor  milk  in  this  city  fo
considerable time past.
Sharrj Shomaylan synagogue and
stopped a wedding being performed
there ou the grounds thai the Lord's
Daj Observance act gays on work
musl bi done on the Sabb.uth. it was
''>'��� Orai wedding scheduled tor the
'"'�� >ynagogue, the contracting pnr-
des two   of   Winnipeg's     most
young people In Jewish    so-
cl��ty, David Abramovltch   and    Miss
Rl   Bl ,
,|h' ��� h i- been the topic of con-
Hon in Jewish  circles  tor  weeks
ml and the crowd were so gre;it that; -
i- '
1  -  'in- would  not  contain    all
' lests. .lust as Rabbi Irvine, who
v'i> assisted   by Rabbi s. Goldstein,
''""' l iin ceremony, several husky
'"lli"'" "' appeared and toPhade   the
terrible
nine wi eks
uttering from
nervous prostration and has been unable to bear any   mental Strain,
ll< r  physical  weakness is  marked,
imi  In r physicians
improve   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
i dj has unnerved her and a complete  n,,, Assoc
loss of reason is feared
the  assassination  Is
to a similar tragedj
Russia.
is -_iavr : ither than alarming. ^^B
It is hard to forsee the future. If
t'.iings drift back to the old rut of gov-
ernmi ntal corruption, whence King
Carlos and Premier Franco rescuer.
the monarchy, a republic might come.
The Immediate danger in the situation comes from the fact that the
police an baffled, and the government
unable to ascertain the extent of the
ramifications of the consplcacle-s which
have been signalled during the lasl
fortnight bj the discovery at v tri us
places ami depots of bombs and arms
and ammunition.   There
PORT HAMMOND ALIVE
TO PUBLICITY ADVANTAOES
have    been
many reports of dissatisfaction in the
The residents    of    Port    Hammond
fully realizing not  only the value but
had hoped for an  army and navy, but a careful Invest. i^ ^ lmportance ot a campaign e*
���������,. but the Portuguese trag-  gatlon made by the correspondent ot|         , ��� _.,__ ,_t.
She believes  tin m, and ll may
dated Press does not confirm
be assumed that the
i,ut a forerunner
in the capital   of
p.  R.  HALF-YEARLY
DIVIDEND DECLARED
military is still loyal.
The ci nsorshlp that is being maintained at Lisbon over both commerci I
;m,l press despatches ls most rigorous.
There is In opt ration a
chamber to prevent  iny but th
! publicity, have formed themselves into
I a society  called  Die "Port  Hammond
1 and    District    Improvement   association."
Already forty-five    members   have
bisb. quick enough to keep pace with
the demand for his services. Aid.
Fader sugested that the city take over
the work, and keep a team of its
own. The alderman, however, did not
meet much encouragement in his request and the matter was allowed to
drop.
Aid. Fader   is   also   after   the telephone   system   and   with   power     to
act according to his judgment granted
him by the council, may make things
lively for the telephone company, IP-
had been approached, he said, ,by several merchant a-of the city on the matter, and if there were any  contracts
between the city and the company, he
desired to obtain copies of them. The
mayor  informed  him   that   there   was
no  agreement  with the company, except regarding lhe putting in of    Instruments at three dollars eacli
company, however, had    a
from the government which, even had ,
i the city  had   an    agreement,    would
: overrule it.    The  mayor    pointed  oui
i thai the company had  promised    io
give a service, as soon as their new-
building was completed, that would be
equal   to   that     iu     Vancouver.     Aid.
Fader, nevertheless Insisted that there
was much that could be done at ones
to remedy the evils,    he    understood
that many of the troubles of the merchants in ihis respect were duo to the
lack of a sufficient number of girls to
ileal with the amount of business,
Aid. Garrett  has a  scheme to    lm-
sitnation from H
r<isv view of the
i,,..' the outside  world.    Even   letter
been enrolled under ihe secretaryship  	
regular star |ot George ogle.   J. J. Wilson, of Port < prove Library square; he proposes to
1 Hammond, when in the city yesterday , have shrubs placed aroumd bo give ii a
win I brighter appearance,   At first he very
modestly reqpested half a dozen trees
nost
iai h-
Montreal, Feb. 10.���Al a meeting ol   ,���.,,,���, .,,  the i-"st office are <'i".��''(l
Canadian Pacific Ran   |,V the authorities.
a dividend of 2 ���-^ ���
common  stock   was  de- H1MSELF BECAUSE
bait .veat  ended    De- STRANGER DID THE SAME
ril   next, j
stated that an  active campaign
be Immediately  started with  the ob-l
ject of inducing settlers and manufac
hirers to locate In the district.
corner of Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street, that he might be able
to put up a fence. Referred to the
board of works to act.
Reports.
On recommendation of the bridge
committee, the account of C. P. Moss,
the engineer who took the soundings
for the Lulu island bridge, amounting
to $7S.50, was ordered to be paid.
The market committee reported that
four tenders had been received for the
supply of galvanized iron for the extension to the market and the lowest
tender, that of H. T. Kirk, had been
accepted.
The fire committee reported regarding the ii-provements to be made to
the fire alarm system, recommending
the adoption of the suggestion made,
which  passed  without dissent.      The
following was the report as read:
franchise'     1-    That.    Frederick  A.  Wood,    of
Seattle, has made an offer to supply
the ��� city with a storage battery   and
four circuit boards for the Gamewell
fire alarm system, at a price of $1280,
one-third to be paid after the apparatus has been Installed and tested for
sixty days;  if found satisfactory one-
third  on March  1,  190a,  aari the remaining one-third on March 1, 1910.
The committee recommends that the
offer be accepted, and an agreement
be made in accordance with the above
terms, if the apparatus lie found satisfactory.
2. That Saptain Davidson, of No. 2
fire hall, be promoted to the position
of assistant chief of the fire department, and have charge and direction
at fires in the absence of the chief.
The
the board of tin
way company today
on
-L. c
""""���-     taking  the names of    the
!     a'       An    .application  will     be   l"'1'   ?ml
"^e to the attorney-general tor lekveI olftred  tor ""
l"i�� ite, his sanction being neoeB- cember  last.  IW*W����" lu
";-  -> all caseB under the Lord's Day | and  11 was also decided thai  a
'"''���   lhe Importance of thr' wedding same tlm<
m">'��� ludged by the fad that a" full  liair of om' '*''' ' ' .",���'��� ,m __e! president o
common ��t"<'u <"" ��' lnU     ' ! , .,���_  committed aul<
proceeds of land sales.   After the pay-    ������_ Wm8elfi
ment    of    working    expenses,    flxeu      Br0OtU-g over the suicide of Banker |
now  ileelureii. I
,, further sum. equal to one
cent., be paid on the
i:""1 "'!   ��� agaged for the qeremony,
,l!i! enc'li bands.
IMP,    I
man will also be prose.
Edmonton   Debentures.
E|imonton,   im--.. io.���By   accepting
"."' ""' f of dates & Co., of London,
'""   "'   Edmonton city council have
8o"' Wl II over halt a million 'dollars'
!'''' "' citj debentures at the lowest
!""''   that  they nave been    sold    In
!"""" municipalities for some time
,IM- three per cent, lower than    the
pric
charges  and
there  is a  BUrplus
of $6,269,000.
por|  worth, Texas, Pe-j. 10.
Kutchins, 50 years of age, second vic<
  [ the Fort  Worth  National
stock out of interest on me j ;^7-;_nvmltted suU;id(, yesterday by
es.   After the pay-
expenses,    fixed
livldends
RIVAL COMPANY OFFERS
PROTECTION TO  EDMONTON
Edmonton. Feb. io���The council has
been advised by the city solicitor tha*
their position  in  cancelling  thi   Le-ri
mer telephone contract is t< nable.   An
for a start, bul other members of the
council thought that if the work were
taken up at all, it should e properly
dealt with so that it. was eventually
decided that the experimental farm
authorities at Agasslz should be communicated wiih, asking them whether
they would renew an old offer to supply the city with a quantity of shrubs
for beautifying purposes.
T. W.  Ftirness, superintendent    of
fol
ate half  year
llutclnns,
a  man he did    not
Not Guilty of Murder.
Edmonton, Aha- Feb. 10. -Charles
discharge,   by   the   jury
hlB   case this morn-
Hiinn    was
empanelled    rn
lng    0n    iln'   charge
in Will Heiirv Pi-U'l'-n on May l��
The defence
!""",,)n debentures"^" The" toFlssue is\ ^tiaTheTtruck Pruden on the head
',""''   eno.000,    This    provides    the   wllh   a-   ax6   in   Belf-def
, y w|th fluids to carry-out the la-ge M,.���nu<n half-breeds    were
Erie c. Campbell
.,mi   Killed   himself  ai   a
,.IS|  niglu.    Campbell was a sou
Campbell, a noted  Bapttsi
diviix
expert in Toronto has been instructed   tl)e bo.u.(] of work8i was called to an
to proceed to Chicago to ex; mine the   swel. auc.tj_ns  regarding the    condl
know, | Stowager system. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
snot      The Stowager company offer to '"-'been reported to be slowly    settling.
demnity the city to   the    extent   of  Mr_  Fnrness  stated    thai    the    suh-
oss occasioned    by : ^jp,,^, was due to the heavy dome
It had
to  ereel
I. years old
local   hot'''     	
~�����     ���f jioo.i.'tj.i        an>,;______________________________________________________i
proceedings   taken   by  the    Lorimer  beln- inadequately 'Supported
Rev. K. B, Campbell, a novo ..-���i Stowage- tor Infringement   bmi tne  orlgmai   intention
and had practiced law In Daiusi
tion of the library building, which had   men w
to cease work, and government agree
ments to be cancelled.
for many years
aevenal    newspapers
���   ,.        ...  ..ii,,,(i   of patent   an
He formerly emu",
,, offer' to forfeit ?25.0O0
Installed
-e ''iibzed In lhe Inst Issue of Fxl-' ���,   Athaluisci   Undlng.
in    Mississippi,  if the system is not I
,__       ���,  M-oaieb    1 In  the event  of securing th
,������ attempting  Saturday he called on Hunt M    '
1907,1 an old newspaper friend, and discus  _
ed the suicide of Banker Hutchins  n
<-" .  -   ���*-    n i Ra|ph   Smith  a  Member
April
con-
It
In
lpr��vements ftireadi
planned.
an
drtinki n
him.
is   I In
tucking
later went to a hotel and wrote ���
note, asking that. McCaleb he Wrtinefl
of what he had done.   He   leaves
Da I"19-
a dow and
.year old son in
Ottawa, Feb. 10.���Ralph
been appointed a member of the Old
Age pensions committee.
columns to uphold the roof, but  th-.
plans had befcn changed and a truss
only used, which was insufficient
was    possible    thai    the
cause was the weight of
amount    of  snow    last   winter.    Thr
Smith   has I surest way to   remedy    the   troubR
���JiV
^~;l'i��_:_B
ti ����� ���
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CLAIM LABOR CONDITIONS
ARE   MISREPRESENTED
Toronto, Feb. 10.���The Salvation
Army and the Canadian Manufacturers' association received a vigorous
scoring at the hands of the municipal
committee of the district labor coun
cil tonight. It was declared thai these
organizations had persisted in luring
people to Canada who are ignorant of
the hardships to he endured. Labor
ant the Immigration   agencies
All Anxious to Know.
Ottawa.   Feb.  10.���There  was  a .remarkable scene at the Dominion Meth-
would he to put in two columns, or a
stronger   iron   truss   mi^ht  be    used.
odist church last night. Rev. .lames
Henderson. D.D.. had announced his
immediate intention of preaching on the subject,
the unusual -ig There a Material Hell ?" It drew
a packed church and thousands were
turned away after waiting at the door
much the same as in crowd nt a big
hockey match.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDA
MILK DEALERS ARE
HEAVILY   |
FINED
Vancouvar, Feb. 10.���Two milkmen
wire l':n 1 $100 and costs, one other
$50, and .; restaurant-keeper $10 and
cost, for having possession <>t milk
deficient In tota1 solids. The penalty
�� is Impoi id by Magistrate Alexander
in the poll< i   court toda; .
The- $100 fines were Imposed on s.
Garvin, of the False Creek dairy, and
L. Pisk. L Archer paid $50, and A.
Wood, of th ��� Woods iiotel, w-as also
charged, but there was no evidence to
show thai the milk he had was intended tor sale, and iiis ease was dismissed.
"It is lucky for you that you are not
being convicted tor adulterlng milk,"
said the courl In passing sentence.
Evi man thai comes before me for
adulterlng milk Is going to get tin-
limit, which is lliiii and six months.
Thi- is of vital importance to the
city, Innocent children and people ex-
Istlng mi milk must be given the ut-
- pi iti ctl-n. I will do what I can
to clean up the milk supply. A man
who i- Indirectly responsible for
deaths through furnishing an impure
milk supply is more culpable than the
man who would shoot another her-iuse
he oarrlei iiis business on under the
guise iif an honest man."
Forward - Better
The most convincing example of the
tremendous strid-s, which, recent years'
have  witnessed  in   fine   tailoring,   is
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
"Progress Brand" i.s progressive. It
is always better���always improving���
always the best made, and best wearing, clothing iu Canada.
Look for the Label
That Protects.
Ml
H.   L_.   de BECK
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork^Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
Wnairii  11��If aa Rabl.A Do.
The ordinary man would still much
rather glorify women and set them on
a mock throi;;, whence he can depose
th"in at will, than huve to acknowl
���dtfs In them ii real title to regard.
It ls difficult for a man to overcame
lil.-r essential self Importance! Most of
UH perhaps prefer to have Inferiors
rouurl us nn abject trait of character,
bul natural. And only very slowly
have we men been getting to prefer
our womankind us friends and equals
rather than as queens ani pets, ruling I
os us a baby or a spoiled dog docs.���
TA.ilrrn   Muturdav   lli'UMV
A  Flippant Jailbird.
"This   confinement,"   said   the   long
fared prison visitor, "must distress you
greatly."
"Yes,"  replied  thr"  facetious convict.
*I Und the prison bars grating."
"Ah, life to you Is u failure:"
"TeB; It's nothing but a cell."
BOSTON'S  LACK OF HUMOR,
An Kngllsh Vlevr of the Landmark*
ot the "Hub."
I have said that Iloston loves relics.
The relics which It loves best are the
relics of England's discomfiture. The
stately portraits of Copley ai"�� of small
account compared to the memorials of
what was nothing else than a civil
wujL Faneuil hull, the Covent Garden
of Boston, presented to the city by P��
ter Faneuil some thirty years beSsr*
the birth of '���liberty," is now but nn
emblem of revolt. The Old South meeting place ls endeared to the citizens ol
Boston as "the sanctuary of freedom."
A vast monument, erected a mere riuar
ter of a century ago, commemorates th*
"Boston massacre." And wherever you
turn you are reminded of an episode
which might easily be forgotten. To
an Englishman these historical land
marks are Inoffensive. The dispute
which, they recall aroused far less emo
tion on our side of tne ocean tn.in on
the other, anil long ago we saw th#
events of the Revolution in a fair perspective. In truth, this insistence ou
the past Is not wholly creditable to
Boston's sense of humor. The passionate paeans which Otis and his friends
sang to liberty wore irrelevant. Lib
erty was never for a moment in danger, if liberty, Indeed, be a thing ol
tact and not of watchwords, -lie lend
ers ot the Revolution wrote nnd spoke
us though it was their duty to throw
off the yoke of tlie foreigner���a yo_<
as heavy as that which Catholic Span,
east upon l'rotestant Holland. Hut
there was no yoke to he thrown Off.
because no yoke was ever Imposed, and
Boston might have celebrated greater
events in her history than that which
an American statesraau has wisely call
ed "the glittering aud sounding generalities of natural right."���Charles Whit
ley in Blackwood's Magazine.
The Road to Success
I In All Business Enterprises I
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns 6f
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Fusinessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
V
CUSTOM GRADE
THE
BENCH MADE
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This list ������ Shoe Barpins
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*A SMART SHOE FOR
WELL DRESSED WOMEN
JOHNSTON'S
Great Alteration
SHOE SALE
" Bargain Table Number One "
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Twenty-elghl    pair--    Men's    Marsl
High   Merit   Boots,  made  of   P *
ent   Colt       $4.00   a  pair
IJ   pairs   "Packard"     Men's     $5.50 *
for    ,____^____^^|^B.$4..0
��� In   pair   Men-   Brown   Winter  Cal!
��� $6.00 Invictus  Roots for   $4.2:
��� 36   pair   Men's   Invictus     I ink   ll.ik
X        Waterproof Boots tor  $4.25
��� Seventeen pairs George A. Slater's
X Invictus $6.00 Patent- for Men,
X         nt       $4-00
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" Bargain Table Number Two "
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��� 30 pairs Ladies' American dun Met-
��� al  Bluchers, our J4.50 line for $3.00
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IS pairs odd sizes In Women's $4.50
and $.1.00 Boots for   $3.CO
$1.00 Box Calf and Kid  Boots f,
    i  $3.50
Women's $5.00 Cloth Top Boots for
  $3.50
Only   a  few   pairs  left.
���      02   pairs   Women's   Coo'.yi ���   Welt,
������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
" Bargain Table Number Three "
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.lot) pairs Somen's $3.00 to $4.00 Tan nnd   Black   Oxfords���mostly   sizes
2V_ to ::���_���for $1.50
">S  pairs Women's Tan Kid $4.50 American  Oxfords  for
$2 50
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" Bargain Table Number Four "
*
Men's $4.50 and $5.00 Boots, in  Kid  and  Box  Calx-   all   new,  up-to-date
last.���for, a pair   $3.5)
���       30  pairs  Men's $4.00 and $4.50 Kid  Bluchers      $3X0
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"Bargain Table Number Five"
This table contains a  variety of Boys'  Boots.    Some    of    the    regular
���
prices on game were $2.00 to $l!.00.    Now
$1.50 a pair
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" Bargain Table Number Six "
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Men's  Working  Boots occupy  this  ta hie.    70  pairs  Men's $3.00 to $4.00 J
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strong, serviceable  Working  Boot s, for   $2.50 a pair      ���
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*a See the Baskets in the store for   20c and 60c���odds and ends. '__'
REMEMBER���
Our Sale is gradually bringing
itself to a close. We have now only
a few hundred pairs of shoes 3 e-
maining on our Bargain Tables,
and it's our intention to rush them
out regardless of cost.
Can you afford to miss this
Shoe opportunity?
Johnston'.
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of Big Electric Boot. Look for Big Yellow Sign. New Westminster, V ���x&.
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F.  B.   LYLE.   M8r.
See Our Bargain Counter
Buys any article on the table consisting of a large variety
of China and Glasswuiv r;ui;* i11��: inp__C@ -TOffl
35c to $1.00
1 lurry,  llurrv. Hurry before llu> host snaps nre
picked up,
Dispatched by C. P. R. train al 8:36
a. in : clow s a. _).
Sunias and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. l, daily excepi Sim-
ilny; Sapiierton No. 1, dally excepi
Sunday,   Malls Received at 6:3fi nm.
Dispatched by B. C. Bleotrlc rallws)
Co., 7:45 a.  ni.:
Vancouver, No. i, dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched b'y G.N.R, train, s 45 u.m.
Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, Port Kelli
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, i.< m n.
cord, UlaliH' and Soatlle (all jn>iritn
in Washington and aoutii, also all
pninis in eastern siatos), dally ex
cepl Sunday. Return mails received
ia 3.30 p.m. Bonaoord Wednesdaya
and Saturdays,
Clayton,   Tiir'stlaya   and  ThursdavB
Tynehead,    Wednesdays and   Saturdays.   Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by h. C. Electric rallwaj
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver  N'o.  2;   Victoria,  No   1,
Central   Park,   daily   except.   Sunrln;
Rr-iui-n mail received at. '���', p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, TiTif 0. m.:
Kast Burnaby, dally except Sunua>
Uetiiru malls received a' 1:1(1 p, in
Dispatched  liy carrier  12'10 noon:
Tiiiilicrland, Straw!,erry Hill,   Tu I
days anil Fridays,   Return   malls   re
ceived Tuesdays and Krlxlays.
Dispatched by C. P. It. host i:80 p.m
dally   ir-insr-n  dally al  the  saOM
. time rluring  wluter iK'tiths:
L-dner,     Westham      Islaurl,     Port
_-.-.  i Guichon,    Steveston,    Surirmry.    rl'ilH
, Tain*    &   Stp��mpr��     W.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114^00   j except Sunday.    Return malls rcceiv-
3    Ut   -ItCaillCI-    H.Pr.eri EMPRESS OF IRELAND/     IOI��led  from fj a. m. to  11  a. m.
PR.   MAIN   LINE. GUKAT    IM -mm TIONS    ',,    FARES      Wo0(Jwar���.s, WedMS(la. ar,, S;illI,
day.   Return mall on Wednesdays an.l
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve I "und, $5,000,000
HEAD   OrFICE,  TORONTO.
8. K   wAi.KKit, President ai.kx   i.aiiiu   iiPiiemi  -t___g.i
Excellent Train Service Between
licago, London,
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
M Ladles'Gold Watches  Trom  $12.75 up.
Hamilton, Toronto, c;eu,i;nnnn8 Silver Walchea- opeD
' '   race, #o.ou.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 'ip.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to -the Wellman
Arctic Kxuedltlon.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing: charges reason
able.
fontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
thr  principal business centers of
fTARIO, tJl'EBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
fll.Al'Kl.l'HIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fur Tim* Tables, etc., ad_ress
GEO. W. VA'-X.
iistant Gen'l F'asseng.r and Ticket
Kent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
�� Westmut.ier S:3:i
-    -'. 18:40.
"' '������w    Westminster
K 18:25, 19:35.
express    arrives
li
11:36,
10:25,
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE OANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
IMPRESSES*!
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FARE-
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
A general Banking business transacted,   Accounts may !��' opened and run
ducted by mall with all brtuiohfli of ilii-j inniii.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits rf ?i and upwards received   Interesl allowed al current rates ��ml
adflt'd   ��|iiiirl��i ly.     'I li��' depositor Is riiilijcr I iii nn (IoIhv wlmlevoi-in
the withdraws] r>f tin- whole or any portion of the deposit,
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TRY The LATEST CONFECTION
CHERRY LiQUERS
^Q cents a box
At Ryall's Drug Store
WESTMINSTER  TRUST  BLOCK.
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i.n uei-p heethe_ts- (llhiss. He ?nl,l
tlvil t_��J i id r-" reftl I hfl��tl__ aignlfl-
, -,- iii, \ \, ,.,-(i . i\fli( oi aonie |irtfriU)
'. nil >>f Hip DTUIiIb A. .-<mrlinjily hr
ii .le -.\ lm\ lhai If ron de, ,n .ned ynur
house ��lili !ul��l!et"p al .hHstmiiS pvi
l.'i  ilrii   \   dayo 111 jail
"Tlie    l.nvlMe    old     fell.iw     f.nlrfld,
riiripimiip celebf_tl-_l "���' ���,'>i" -"-j: no
���ii'.lna. no irl;i.n-<Msa, no feasting ou
r.ii=( 11111= daj , penalty, thirty dsj-s.
' Yen =ee, It ivs��. his Ides Hint ciirlst-
���in= \va= a pellgtttUB, a SfrlUUS nine. ���
1|iiip foi ' linridiaiVna n\\,\ i>viirei- *tid
t.-v ci-rnen   .ml   fen    lintllluu   pl = o.     I'll*
I.  of "ut fnnilly (lint In rroimvpU'n daj
.rl .l.Mii 1,1 fnrUov ami iilnui innlrHns
_Hd  ".'ini'l up  wMli <'hi-lstmn<i gmiipi
%���l 11 luuiilli all rruirul
' 1 ��nii  l"i a (hue, Hump..   The i<r>ri|ile
rebelled   Wlll tug ni the fieople h��ri
Im>oii to put 811 (lie glinnji nf tluwc
ilrpflilflll irlll I'nillntia, thpy lll=l = lPil r>n
Imi in. n litllo luv nn 1'Inisliuas dsy.
tii'l 1'i'iiiiwpII afler n jenr nr t--n had
in (jlvp in to Hiiuir Npw (��ilw.!i<
nniP= I'oiiiiii nil
'"liif   "..��.-������   In   Whtlp,"
111 H letter tn t'liailpq ll|ilie!��r>. Wllklp
nwllliis InllmatPd Hip fset that till
great n-urk npnn wlilelf Iip hart ilprntpil
��o much limp ��nq Biil-bedi imt Uiil
lhe flitrlltie of a millBlrle title _&- oeea-
���IumpiI hlin iiiueli trouble Breliliially,
fpelliiH 10t_eWh-l Hill ilrnrn In lieftlth,
be left L-tidOfl for Hinnrlstalrs, a resort ��bleli was a farorlte with both
I>le_pn�� and I'olllns. While lylnu on
the cliff In n medltstlre moed one
bright morning l��l�� pyes muMenly rlr-
ttpd thpiiiaertes on tlie white lighthouse wblrh fttood boldly out In the
foregrouuil miller tlie da��f,llng rays of
tlie niidilny sun An _�� gs^ed C-ollliis
In a -etiilennseloun man_er addrensiHl
liimuplf lu a whisper to the Unlit-
house. "Ton are as stiff and as state
ly ns tny white woman," said he
"White- woriinu! White wo���the wom-
lu lu tvhltP Korek's! I have got It!"
\tu\ so Uip book was given this ciiH
wisly IliRlrirerl tltte.
12:45 1
1
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BAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
;���'���   5.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
'���   L_8 p.m.: ar. Seattle 10 p.m
W. &  y._VANCOUVER
W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
i-er S.ri5 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
���     R.���PORT GUICHON.
'   Westminster ,1:50 p.m-,
-"a 6 p.m-
��"jn r-; a   m , arrive New
aimter 8:30 a. m-
��������� Wednesdays and Fridays-
/-ECTR1C���VANCOUVBR.
New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
*. B- ami ev.ry half hour there-
'������ 9. a-.
'��� i- ���������-.���iT.r tor Westminster at
-ran
Now Is tlie time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    ^:
John, February Tth.
For otuer   dales   and   par.lcuiars,
apply to
ED. CrOULBT,   '
C P. R- Agew
h'lRt.  ALARM   BOXJS8
ADVERTISE      �������
- IN ���
daily    news
'�� want help.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City  Mill-.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
.���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fffr.h avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's  Ho3pfil.
13���Second and Par. Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24���.-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av*��ue and  Fourth.
2*5���Fifth avenue and K?hth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake HMfc-M Works.
35���Columbia and McKe-.Ie.
36���C. PR  BtStfe*
Saturdays.
Vancouver,   No.   3,   and    Bnrnati
Lake; closes at 8:30 p.m.; da.ii>    "x
9 IH : Ret .-rn  mail,   rer -
at *i p.m.
Burnaby     lake.      Return     ma;;     V
: ,,m.
Dtspatcbed by G.N. Fyler. 4pm.:
To lonttkern    poinra.    dally exc��o'
S'D'i.iy.    Retarl mail  11  p. m.
I���-. .PR. train at % 15 p
m . mall clone, at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver,  N'o. M  (C
p. R. east, .ecoud ma.... Return m-sti
ed ar. I }. m.
���a;;pertron. N<: Z Aflllsiide. No. %;
Co.ultlam. daily er.cept Sunday. Jt��>-
tat- HaB veeaCMdl at l p. m.
i- ��� '*****AAMa*AAMA3M*mm**i**m*m*mmi~*A----------���
Opera House Bookings.
Kerry  Gow reb. 25
Dream City   Mar.   2
313 in New York  .April 1
The  BurgooMi-ter    April *
A College Boy    ....WW H
W.  it   OHlsrJ    T��l   Hi.     OiBc-   Tel    W.
',    V.   (Jilley���Tel.   2<��<
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHO-iSlAl/ffl   ANI>  UKTA1L    O-k-tCftfl  IU
Wellington Co.I. Vsn. PortlarrJ Ci��m��nt. Roeeb.nk Lime, B. C. Pottery VMrifierl Pipe, Drain Tile, Tsif- Cotta, ��W.; C ayburn f��res����'L
Wantel. and Fife Brick, Fire Clay, Garter.rg Firs Brick. Liverpool
-��lf,  Forge Coal, Common  Brrk   Sso-d, Gravel and Crushodl Rook
Th��.   Prmr-K   Men.
The PretKliman of tlie middle clas?
inerlflces everything In order to ohtain
for bis chtldrea some nfflelsl pnRitiou
OT other, a meal one, perhsps, but a
sore one. leading after thirty years of
pennry to a pension' verging on destitution. This Is one aspeet of the decay
wf the French race. It Is easy to understand that two rapes are not evenly
armed for the struggle for life If one
De made up at awplrants to offielal po-
rftlOTi and the other of Individuals pos-
���sssing initla ivp. daring and energy.
fftfi this reason do Latin races decline,
While Anglo-S��_on races grow and
���nltiply��� rarls Steele. ^,
���w*^-  MM   Arrow   n��!ilnir .j.
In the south seas and ln vartcms"
groups of Islands ln the Indian ocean
tb�� aborigines shoot fish with the bow
and arrow. The art is extremely dlffl-
enlt, as In taking aim at an object under water the archer has to allow for
retraction. If he were to aim directly
tt the fish as he sees it, he would, of
course, miss. ix>ng practice has, however, made the natives expert to a
wonderful degree In this sport-Lea-
don Saturday Review.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ( |14,400,0C0.0o
RESERVE       t11,000,000.00
_��en.heB throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and lu London, England,
N.w York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., tad Mexico City. A (General Banking Business Transacted.
tatters of Credit Issued, available wltL correapwidenta In all narta of the
World.
Seringa Bank Department. Deposits received Is turns of fl and upward*,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rata) added
four tlmea a year.
Total Asset* over 1168,000,000.00. ^_
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMN1B,
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It   Wnn   Tunirli.
the waiter girl knew a thing or two
j aftotrt table etiquette, so she sniffed
j seornfully as she said, "It's not our
! custom   to serve  a   knife  with   pie."
"No?" remarked the patron In surprise.
���"Hien   bring  me  au  a_." - Christian
Register.
He Writes For M-aey.
lady Onshlngton���S�� your son It a
real author! How dlstrsctlngly Intar-
eatlng! And does he write for monjrt
Practical Dad-Tea; I get hla appUea-
abont once a
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PAGE FOUR
T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUE8DAV
they followed his example in
House,' would make the country
tlcve they knew swiitthing.
the
be-
All New
Goods
My  Westminster stock  was  special-
I.i  selected lor my new store.   It con-; other night the settlers formed them-
talna all  that is newest and  best in! S-lves into a society to ce called the
SPRING   AND  SUMMER  WOOLKNS! P��rt Hammond and Dlstr.ct Improve
PUBLICITY.
The rural districts apparently are
not going to risk getting their share
of this seasons influx of settlers by
waiting to join this city in an advertising campaign.    At  Hammond    the
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
never cakes. The sparkling crystals
keep dry and full-savoured, to lhe
last    Of course you use it I
144
for men.
Your inspection   invited.
M
organ
Opiiosite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
THE DAILY NEWSg
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C,
ment Association, with the object of
inducing desirable settlers to come
amongst them .and encourage the
establishment of industries, of which
they now have quite a few, in the
district.
The association  is  intended  as
aid to the Municipal  Council and  already    numbers    forty-five    members1
| with a prospect, of many more.
j     The aggressive campaign the asso-;
I elation is undertaking will include ad-
! vertising in the papers throughout the
Northwest and  In such other  papers
; as in tneir judgment they may deem |
j advisable.    Printed matter  will    also
be Bent out and provision is made fori
j the answering oi ail    correspondence
1 by  Mr. George Ogle, the secretary. It'
Present   and   Advise.
In this game all the children except two are seated in a row.    One
'.f the two whispers in the ear of
each child,  "I present you  this,"
naming some article, and the second, following, whispers, "I advisa
; jou what to  do with it,"  adding
���ome  uaually  absurd   instructions.
I When all are ready they in turn tell
j what has been given and what they
in  _re to do with it.   For example, "I
was given a pussy cat and advised
__ nut nuiv.mTiaiM _xe_s_n-- OD iKtf
Condensed
Advertisements
W
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants
For the  Farm, Garden,  Lawn or Conservatory.
t
Reliable    varieties    at    r.-asonable
prices.   No borers; no scale; no fum'-j
gation to damage   stock.    No windy j
agents to annoy you.   Buy direct and
get trees and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers,    Bee    Supplies,    Spray
Pumps,     Sprayiing      Materials,     Cut 1
Flowers, etc.    Oldest established U'ir-
1 series on the mainland of B. C. Cata-j
logue free.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses and  Seed Houses.
3010  Westminster  ^oad.
1 VANCOUVER,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.'
HAMS at
18c per |b-
NOTICE
On and after
MARCH 2, 1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
(HE
��.  A.
ANTED���YOUNG   WOMAN   TO
help with general housework;
I good wages.    Apply Ilrs. C. P. Moss,
Is certainly a  reflection on  this city | 4^5 Agnes street.
that these sparsely settled but splen-  >	
did districts are getting in touch with  TTT ANTED ��� ALL    KINDS    OF
 """"j the migrators while we lay down our   VV      furniture repairing. llanos and: Corner Eighth St. .and_ Fifth Avenue
Pai9e Managln9  Director j hands helplessly -admitt'.ni; we can d-3i organs    tuned    and    polished.    Hum-
 "-_ 1 nothing.    Vve are the only city  west  phreys,  Carnarvon  street,  near    City
of Winnipeg that has failed 10 put oni Bakery.
share of
_Sffl '�� _.
^^SE__*^-
Central Meat Market
PHONE   37C.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
a campaign to get our
TUESDAY   FEB.   11.   1903.
thej ������
| seasons influx and have a council that "1X7 A N T B D���TEAM WORK OF
i does not realize the value of prompt VV any land. Apply S. R. Bowell,
I action in the matter of advertising. Ai Sapperton, B. C.
THE NEW  PORTFOLIO. \ m0Qth from   now   will  be too  late  to!	
it    is    very    questionable  'whether   commence    the    preparation    of    Kiel \T_7-NTi_D���YOUNG
there is necessity for the creation of  printed matter    necessary    and
a new  portfolio, adding another mln-| promised lei ter to Mr. A
lster
t_ i   TTT-NTi
the    "     em
GENTLEMAN I
mployed in office wants board!
W. McLeod j and   room ln  private   family    where
to the six now composing   the I irom the Council with reference to the j few  boarders  are  kept.      Apply  Box;
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard  Block.   New We��rr-inst-r.  _.C
R. (VIILES&CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A .'177
Front St. New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co
office 'Phone 185.       Bar.   PUone 15'.
Columbia Bt.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to   .03
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offleo���Tram Deoot
Going East
We believe m ,,er
cent, of the Shipping Tags used in
the city are printed
east.
Let us n note on
fehe same quantities
given the eastern
drummer and we
will try and meet
his figures.
JACKSON & mmm
PRINTERS.
Phone 388.      Daily Newt Block
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
New Westminsti ich P. 0.
Box  541
Massage
facial, scalp, or bodj -.- I ,-ir- ... -.
In your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up \ 339
Cabinet, No doubt, the departmental! request of the advertising commlttae
work has increased, making neces- j for half of the funds necessary to
sai-y the employment of additional carry on the campaign is not yet to
clerical assistance, but I lie dearth of hand.
large   undertakings hardly     increases
2QA.   Daily   News office.
'
the actual work of the ministers.
If the Land ,and Works Department
is overcrowded with work, and to
better facilitate that, work a division
Is necessary, then we are of opinion
that a practical man should have
charge of the new department, as deputy minister, making it much more
effective than when burdened with and
hampered by, a minister who perhaps
does not know a si earn shovel from a
pipe wrench,
There seems to lie something wrong
when il  is declared necessary to have
a Cabinet of seven out of a House of
forty-two    members, and we are just'
in   assuming  that   members     of   the:
present ministry have not that capacity for work, which the country lias
a right to expect, in return for    the;
salaries they receive from the Prov- j
��� nctal treasury.    The selections seem
to have been made without the slight-1
**st regard to fitness of the nominee, |
-and  we venture to assert  that some
men in the ministry were never worth,
neither did   they ever  earn   In  t'nelr
palmiest days  half  the  salary    they
now enjoy.    It Is true some of them
have  a capacity,   but   it  is   not    for
work.    It is true they feel the after-
strain, nut not as result ot labor, menial or physical.    The long night sessions  during   recess,   in   which  some'
or   the deputy-heads    of departments'
occasionally join,  are responsible  tor
the lack of energy sufficient to cum nil'
the work of t'ne departments, and we
have had  the evidence   of ministers
signing documents,    the   purport    of
which  they  were totally  ignorant  of. i
Such laxity has its influence upon the
Staff,  and   the   work   must   necessarily
suffer.
The absence of necessity for the
' reatlon of this portfolio at once leads
us to ask, What arc the real reasons
for thi; new Creation ? The most
.aYi-i reason as far as we are able to
loam is. that the President of the
C runcl] has become restive under the
������'���'���= wait for B portfolio, and that he 1
has considerable backing in the party,
who would like to see the First Minister step down and out; but as tho 1
principle declared by the recipient, of'
ihe largest Cabinet salary is "When
you get there, stay there," he is not
likely to accede to their wishes and
give way, and the only hope of keeping peace In the family, is to provide
another salary and give the Hon. Carter-Cotton control, of a section at
least, of that department which the
President of the Council has always
had a hankering after.
If tlie government are really looking for an able man to assume control of the new department of works,
then we think the member for the riding, Mr. Thomas Gilford, should be ln
the running, because history says that,
it was the personality of that gentleman, being a factor in the election
Ji ire, opening the way to the highest
goal In rhe government of the Province for the Hon. Mr. McBride who
would not by any possible chance
have reached It by his own merit. As
to Mr. Gifford's fitness for the portfolio; he is as able as, and far more
painstaking than, some of the members of the present ministry, who, If
A Boy -nd a Thousand Dollars.
A New York judge gave bis son
$l,00i��, telling him to go to college and
graduate. The son returned at the end]
of freshman year without a dollar ant
with several ugly habits. At the close
of the vacation tlie judge told his son
that he had done all he could for him.
If be had wasted the money that was
to have taken him through college, he
might as well leave home and make his
own way ln the world. It was a rude
awakening for the young man, but lie
knew that his father was right. And so
strong was the good influence o' bis
upright father that he did leave home
to go to work in downright earnest
He went back to college, made his waj
through, graduated at the head of his
class, studied law, became governor of
the state of New York, entered the cabinet of tbe president of the United
States and made a. record for himself
that the country will not Willingly let
die.   It was Willlaiv H. SewArd.
LO S T���TH _ RSD A V A FT E R N OO N
on Sixth street, black patent
leather purse, containing sum of money and ticket for con versa.; one; owner's address inside. Finder please re-
Turn to News office.
F
OR SALE���DRY CORD WOOD.
Apply E.   Lavey,  Innesi   Island.
They've Arrived!
THE    FIRST
MENT     OF
SPECIAL     SHIP-
KARL V     SPRING
FOP.   SALE���HANDSOMEST   RES1
dence In rity, Bne grounds, tennis   court,   best   locality,   corner   lots.
For   particulars   write  "Owner,     P.O.)
Box 845, New Westminster, B. C.
1 I
TO   RENT���LARGE    FURN1-HED'
house,    excellent    grounds,    or- j
chard,   etc.       Apply   -Owner,"   P.   O.
Box  245,  New Westminster,   B.  C.
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HIGH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND WE INviTE
YOUR   INSPECTION   AT
The UNION TAILOR SHOP
J. iY AITCHISON    Columbia Street
ACRES.   Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit lard.    Adjoining land i.s 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
POR
BA]
,E-
-NEW
SKIFF, 2D
FEET
long.
A;
iply,   \
���,'iiarfingcr,
C.  P.
N. Wh
art.
TtTANT
er,
A Fish Story.
"Trout protection!    Nonsense!" said
a  gunner of local eminence.    "Trout
are amply able to protect themselves.
Look   at   their   depred.al_;.-is   among
ducks, for example, and you will agree
with me that It's the birds that need
protection.    Ifs a common thing for
a trout to jump from the water, seize
a duck by the neck, drag the unfortunate fowl into the depths sufficiently to
leave Its feet sticking ln the air, where j _)auy News
lt can get no purchase tinon the uni-! ____________
verse, and thus drown It. Then the
trout picks the feathers from the bird,
eats It at Its leisure and nwlras away
out of the Jurisdiction of the court..
Are there any fishermen? None? Tor��
bad. This would be a match for one
of their fish storiew."- Phi!adol[>l.ju
Record,
WANTED���TREE PRUNING AND
Spraying. Orders left at West
Side Grocery. Charges reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
ED���TREE   PRUNING    BY
contract.   E. J. Fisher, g-arden-
Beaford House, or phone 39.
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ANTED���STORE    16   or    20x40.
COOKSLEY'S    ;
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster anil dlat-iet
On Sale at���
Merry's     Bookato'e     and
at   Oamon*   Cigar   Divan
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"Ft OR SALE���BEST FIR CORD-
-1- wood, J.j.OO a cor. delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
I_rAdvertise tlie tow n we live in 1 >
mailing ' cture Post Cards to yoi'f
friends.
HOUSE . OF . QUALITY;
SWEATERS
We are showing the newest in Men's
and   Boys'  Sweaters  and  Jackets.
English Plum Pudding.
For English plum pudding clean,
wash and dry a pound of currants,
simie a pound of raisins. Mix the currants, raisins, a pound of suet, chop
perl fine, three-quarters of * pound "f
���tale breadcrumbs, a quarter of a pound
of brown sugar, the grated rind of o
lemon, hnlf n pound of nilm-r-d candled
orange peel, n quarter of a pound of
flour, half of a grated nutmeg. Bi">-
five eggs, add to them half .1 pint i��f
orange Juice, then pour over the dry
Ingredients ami mix thoroughly. Paek
Into greased small kettles or molds;
This will make about six pounds, H.,;l
ten hours.   Serve with hard same!
T   ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
���������   after    January,1st.    Corner    4th I
Ave. and 6K_ street. All conveniences.
Asiatic        j
Exclusion League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A General Meeting;
will be held
Friday Evening, Feb. 14
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after tbe hard winter.
Few can stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastio roofing and
will stand all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and fire-re*
listing.
Will not melt, -rack or rot.
Most easily applied and require*
no painting.
Call or write (or full particulars,
samples and prices.
at 8 o'clock,
��� IN ���
St. Patrick's Hall
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eighth  Atraet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   ���    C.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
1 ers In Ladles' and Gents'
I   ���
.  FINE HAIR GOODS
I
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
i    Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dye-
j lug.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St. Vancouver, B. C.
: =1
I J. Eugene Brown & Co!
CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS. *
| P. S.  -1-4 Size Collars .
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: A Special Line of
��      r-7~l��    ���
ooa / rungs
WANTED
Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
REV.  I. S.  HKNDKRSON ani others
will address the lfleeting.
All Interested ^re Invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
J. D. TAYLOR,'Secretary.
TJ.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
Applications are invited by the
Burnaby Municipality for the office of
Clerk, Assessor and Collector; salary
$85 per month. Guarantee of fidelity
required In sum of |2ni)0 po) 0y paid
by Council. Duties commence on
March 1. 190H. Appllaatlona to be in
by noon.(on the loth instant, ad-
dressed to Reeve Byrne at tha Municipal Hall and marked ".Application for
Clerkship."
B. G. WALZ__;R, C. M. C.
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd.
Telephone 101 \
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OF THE LATEST STYLES IN
Suits, Coats,
and Skirts
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A favr        of Ui
"iii-.. it gar,
elite smokers, tin1
H. I K ;, y r~ii rda; dl -. ���- .1 ol
hla ; nn  r' I  ��� avenui   bo Mi
Barnet, ol he sawmill firm ol Barnet
and Mi i'���'.. ild, for i --nil! In lite ni b
borhood ol $10,600 Mr Barnet wlll
take  : ��� Ion  ol   the house  v< ithln
lllr'  liexl   :   vv   v\ i ,1,   .
l'.ir rn flowers, nouqueu or tun-
aral lesigns telephone T navies &
8on, H .Oa. ���"
of i'ia .;; French Chiffon broadcloths,
;n th :> -,v sh ides of Brown, Navy,
Grei in i Black. ChlB m Panamas,
Wool Taffel i In ?i trl Grey ami Cop
per Brown, beautifully tailored and
trimmed with Silk Apllque and new
folds mi the Bklrt, with short Klmona and Butterfly Bleeves.
A Splendid Line of Man Tailored  Suits al       $15 in $18.50
Fire Hundred
NEW SKIRTS
Pine Black Voiles. A score of beautiful, distinctive style*. The latest tones of Light Grey and Tan; with all manner of pleat, and
folds, and all moderately priced.
���  i
Smart Spring Jackets
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nesil.lv    was     .nn;;,- i
with .i  : la mate, w i
terduv   alti moon   (oi
. n ho la il V\ id
while  wrestling
con i. ous  yes
tiip Brsi    time
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"��� �����' Herringbone  stripe, of Fawn  and    Brown.      Price!    range
$5 rn $15.
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T. H. SMITH
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1 Acres at
Coquitlam Junction
��������� 150 an acre on easy terms.   Adjoining land ���
is sold for % 100 an acre. X
Investigate this. J
since iii" accident.   The medical nun
In   min ���.nice inn i'   , een   mmbie    i ���
determine the nature ��>i' bl ��� Injuries
,i. ii Brownlee, C. E., Dominion an.
B. C land aurvey'or, 1ms opened an or
Boe in the cm. lion blook, Phone 3ns. ���
Owin ( to the ' . :��ge on the down
nver steamboat Bervtce, the Transfei
win noi call regularly al Stoveiton,
i,m win touch ai ail other points on
i he run 81 eveaton wlll I e called il
whenever Kie volume of freight rn
passenger business justifies n.
Fine modern residence, mi corner
lot, close in. for Bale al n bargdln;
lour rooms, pniity. etc., down stairs,
flvr- bedrooms, etc, up stair.' poiiei
alnn by May 10, Ixnrk ihis up without
delay.    AbbOtl  &   Hyde. *���
His honor Judge noway, in county
court.     Chamber*      yesterday,      fixed
I February   11   frrr   thr-   healing   or  the
case or Albert Banford vs. Thr' n<iip���
Timber crimp.my.    Mr.  IMnl'ord Mates
that, the eonitructlon of a fl-ffl by the
company in the Campbell river has
: eaiwd about |2130 damage to hi* pfo��
' perty, An application bj J, it. Grant
for an order t') accepl a tended or %\'"i
for property owned by tbe R. B Lestei
THIS
WEEK
We  are  push ag   Hair   Brushes.
Wf- :. ���.. : A  ral* ���-; io
i   i   t-'.-er.eh   BTOS-M, raogfllg    in
.. .", : mt* lo 11 ti i (-. i
They are on  display   in our show
; ] i '���.' ������ ,..i. 1 another
ttocA "���'������ ' '���"��� I mn ar.x:ou-s lo
;������;.-��� .. - .- feat stock. F'.^si le*
. . ��� Brn__-a vve hav--' an *_rfles-s
va-i-r-v ol Toot.h. Hand, (Tloi.,i.
��� i .,i Banffi BtrwsSeu, w.
_ ed raJa_-i N'--w Seeds now co
ii.i.id.
S      i   Kitt  a.   H! le ahr ...  thai I I
on K        ���.-,,,'.. ....
r- I        I  fl need. *'
\ ���- (lll-l .111. vv ��� v .   -.-,      -.1
thr- I . . ��� tail ,-���-;. ���- under
iiu       ,, tlon ol  Messrs   J   s   Bun I
and  \   M   Pai'-'Vir-  ' .'ih r-| 'whom ha\ r>
br-, n prominent!) identified vv ith
ioi  -   futti tlon ��� gl\ en In \rw  \\ eel
min- im thi��� ,;''i ������'" Tickets tor tin1
in.i , ioia.ii> will ���-ii."tl. !,r> placei <'n
sail tenllemun beiua assessed fl.
wh       ..ii.- ��� will bi   idmitted free,
Dominion Lands .gem JohB Mac
Ki in i' i ��� eonl Inuallj < ei i Ivlng ti i
vices of immigrant* coming from the
old land, who. supplied vvitli i " d in
Hai- come to htm rei employmefiti
Two inch notice* ir-'v������ in il rni ived
i in- iippll-oanti being young Bngll ih
nii'n iiriieiieiii farmer* and dalrj men,
�� ll"      li'Tl       llvi'l pool   on   Un-      I-llll'i '   ���
of Ireland for thta eltj Mi Mae
is111/.11v miKKr>.nis thai farmers leslnug
lu 11��� of such a nature could aid
in findiiiK employment foi luese meu
in notifying him of iih'Ii- needs
. . in_j-*i) ha ��� ittffi -   -
lS_j  from pore   throat
ani tfel* trouble has entailed si	
i. ii.   ���__&>.   p_> - .   -.
��� v    at3   rjInai '   tO the kiilfi.  ...   ;,.-,>��� 1_
aiiendance.
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Come to the Big Furniture Store
For Estimates On
CARPETS,  WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS.
OILCLOTHS and FURNITURE
Prices to ��lltl iBUl Pbckel Book.    I'nll and lusppet.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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DUPONT PLOCK
COLUMBIA   8Tn..r.       NPVV   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
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Mti'i   nine  ninnllm l_*l   Iti  the   pi"
vlnolal gaol Norma- Malcolm, charged
with oatnull and iii-iiwiiv robbery,
vesterday walked agala Into tii<> sun
light,   There li oonsiderabl. myetery
-.iirrnillirliiir. tll" r.aue, Johfl And"! son.
i i" victim of lii'.r Mtl-Hi  bAVlng  dis
appeared as soon a�� be was able to be
���i round. WlthOUi Anderson I lie r town
was unable tt) pfOOtad with the prO*e��
i-ution and the dafience pressing for ��
spetdy  trial.   JUdg*   Howay   found    It
n_ce_**ry yesterday raoralflg ir, grant
;. stay <>r proceedings and dledbafged ;
the prisoner
A fakn flr��> alarm will be senl in to
Hi" fire halls sorii" day this week by
Robert How", of Toronto. IflSpeCtOf
for the CS-SAdlO- fir* rnd",wnt"rs
asSOCtetlOn,   who  arrl'/r'd  in   t'ae    flty
estarday, and win retsain _ati (
week for the purpos" of thoroughly
testln. th" f'n ��� Sg_tlflg aWHUe. at
the local brigade, tie preasafe or the
��� ;'er mains, the snppl��� of wtMt al
Dffai-flt point*, mei othei watt*
cnjBectkrfl  wiih  thr'  protefftlofl  from
fire  afforded   Su  th"  r-itv.     POTf-WSi6-
, rail out the brigade ofl a
- -.1  for Mt (flSpi ���'���'������"  h IS   - '  '
.. gt0_   Howe  by   VI '   ''I   \'-    ���' ���
.Id.  .lohn-ton.  rino'in "i    r���-  tie
.mmitlei. of the olt,   ("iiiiril. ati-l tlif
;  in  i."ll  will llkel..   be rung bi
.,n   Thiirsrda',     r,r     I rtd_7      IfiSp
-tr.we win make i report flfl I ie eci
;;-ir.ns ealstlfl. I_  this etty    Id    the
in idi,an   board  tit   Bte   iind��rwritts
md  upon  his  findings  will  result   the
fixing of rates  for  Hip  New  Westmi/i
- er Insurance men diirini; I i ��� e" -
��� ir.
I Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia   Street
New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone  92,
Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite Ig a boon not lo be despised, hut |[ your palate requires a little humoring try a InrlH- of olives. Should you already
he acTjuiilritori With this flppptl.lng delicacy our stock of olives Is
_Otflpl_t_ nri'1 wirrrid satisfy tho most -.acting.
Wp Itavp Just rpcelvpil a largp Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olive* and In 'rrder to iulrorbiep tills brand to the public we
nre OrTering IhPirt al  price* that wlll appeal to all economizers.
rROM 1 3c per bottle and upwards ;
nccordlng to size X
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W. 6lFroRD, Optician, Columbfs St.
Websdaie & Hardwkk
Builders and
Contractors...
__ Un. Spectacle & Seed Stare
VERTtSE  IN  THE  NEW5:
r. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge
ef the Optical Department.
All kinds of carpenters work, Oen-
eral repairs and alterations. Intimates free for.iill kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box  815.   Office   8t.  Andrews
3treet, betw^n 8th and 9th St.
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMORROW 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
���UT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
' '   A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
���LOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDA'
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A Nf EH, JUST   LIKL CLEE?.
i-
i;.. insiir.o r.f Kataral Drnih Dor-
I.i   Mm ii I. ind t
Tlie nur-t eonrincing fact in proof of
tin- existence IS num of an instinct of
natural death tciema io me that reported by To_____jr lu relation to an old
wen,. ... In the lifetime of Toxareky I
beg-.d an acquaintance of bis to ob-
tn n for me the details cf this must in
(erecting case, of which l had found
hut an Incomplete statement. Tox-
arsky unfortunately could add nothing
to what be bad published iu his article.
I believe, however, that I have found
the smiree from which his instance brn'
iieen taken.
In hi* 'nick upon the physiology ol
tn^te, which had it? day of celebrity,
Brillat-Savarln relates the following.
"I had a great-aunt, ninety-three years
old, who was dying. Although for some
time confined to her bed, slu- had retained all her faculties, and her condition was only betrayed by her loss of
appetite nnd the weakening of her
Voice. She bad always shown a fondness for me, and I was near her bed.
affectionately ready to wait on her.
which did not prevent my watching
fcer with tin- philosophical eye 1 have
ever had for the tilings and events sur
rounding ma 'Are you there, nephew?
she asked, in a scarcely audible voice.
'Yes, aunt; I am here nt your service,
ami 1 think you would do well to take
a litti? good old wine.' 'Give, mon
ami. One can always swallow liquid.'
I hastened Raising her gently, I mad*
her take half a glass of my best wine
She brightened for a moment and, looking at me with eyes which had oner
been very fiye. 'Thank you,' she said,
'for this last favor. If ever you reach
my age you will find that death be
comes a need, Just like sleep.'
"These were bor last words. Half an
hour later she had fallen asleep forever. We unmistakably have here an instance of the Instinct of natural dentil.
Tlie instinct was shown at a relatively
early age In a perwon who had retained all her intellectual faculties.'*���Pro
fessur Elie Metchnlkoff in Harper's
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ON ALL OUR
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Ladles' Combinations, from $4.50 to $8
Ladies' Chemise, from ...50c to $2.35
Ladies' Gowns, from ... .$1.00 to $-.50
Remember this opportunity Only
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11  only,   Ladies'  Dress  Skirts,  values
from ?.j.."jO to $10.00; to clear at $3.50
The White House
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275 Columbia Street
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agen.s
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST
tonne ft
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
'���' Beat a boy out of a dime and the '
crime will never outlaw.
Comparison may not be, _ detraction, !
but It is certainly ^ half sister.
The truth with  unselfish people  is
they aru '/able to brag about lt.
'-.Jhere Is only o;:e way in this world
to get your own way-insist upon lt.
Almost any ��� defense would be all
right if you could make people believe it.
It Is just as dangerous to tell some
peorde a secret as it is to fool with
a Itn.dod gun.
When a man submits to a procession
wedding the mher men look at him
the way b iys look at n buy whose
moiher makes him wear long curls.
The man who has made a failure In
any line of business never has a very
good opinion of the man who started
ln tho same line at the same time and
made It a success.���Atchison Globe.
Manufacturer* and Deaters in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
In-erio? Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc,
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2. 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, VI, Vi, 14, 15.!
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71. 72, 73, 74 i
and 77 of subdivision 'i. in suburban j
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging!
from $125 to $200.
C  room  house on Hamilton street,
all   modern   improvements     One   lot ,
from car line; lot 60x132- Price $1400,
(600  cash, balance  in   monthly   pay-.
ments-
_  room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton.    Price $2700.    $1000 cash,;
balance on time.
3Mi acres land next to Royal O.ak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
sunup on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram:
all fenced. Price $3500.. Terms $1500;
rash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
; following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 68X.32 ft., S. i_ of S, lane at,
\ back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price .
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
: Thirteenth street 88x132 only $S00, a
[ splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block    13   facing    English'
I C__rc_, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon!
Full alzed Lot
end
160 acres, less 31/. for new railway, .    run >.___ i.,,t ,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, ; of  Regina  St.,   bi I '
table for dairy farm; I avenues, west Bide jL      !l1
ditched  all i $400;   half cash. '''   Price
under grass, sui
40  acres under-drained
id and fenced around and through
-veiijj
stock.'
cash, bul. to suit purchaser.   One mile   ���
from station on new car line.
4   Lots    88x132  i
centre;    5 room house;    uar�� 4��x7a., l.th street.   $1200
sufficient feed  tor about 300 head of
Price $8000;  terms one-third !    2 HOUSES   on I   ��� ���   Keary _trt(���
Sapperton; 5 room
shed and 4 rooms
\ shed.    $1000 each, -
Lot  22,  block    B,    between    Mrs. ^ auce easy
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar- ���
von street; full ^e $1600. ��� A��RBS;  ' land, ail
I Ploughed and cleared   nd dykel-  v
160  ACRES  about two  miles  from j e. V* Sect. 5.   $75 per acre one'   '
Aldergrove station,  30  acres   cleared  cash, one-third 3 month    one-thlm
and partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn j months. '  lnl
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; 91760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist. I ^ m ^ * en
Lot 8;   south  side of the river, ne-i' , ,,_,__ $15-0_ $mQ ' '��l��Mi
bridge.    $300;   half cash. ,    M ^^
2  LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.  corner  of   Lot   1(.    ______ ���
10th Street   and    St. Andrews.    Price ��� ^   g...^.   .^     ^     .     * ro ,
$1050; half cash. j roomed   house;   par
��'oi.
aad wom]
��� ca8-,bj|.
���-third
7 LOTS, 120x52, hell      th Amue
(-
dil"ing room,
2 lots on 8th St. between    5th and j kitchen and thr      .    .   piaste.
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 60x;ed; conservatory 30 0 10 feet loht
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for heated by pipes; well; stable; bam-
both, half cash, balance easy. 16   bearing fruit   treei    consIderabK
 .,....,..,......._.���..,.....,���. j Btock ready to plant out   2    ;_p \m
" : 5 acres cleared,  li. ,.: on re[
maihlng acre;    all fenced;    >_ _j]e
Price $3000; half cash,
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St, and Roy- j
al Ave,, almost an acre. 1
$2,500        1
from school.
bal. In C months at
'������-nt.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
street;   price $G50.
1C0 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
j 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
! 1 1-2 story house !Sx2S, lean too 14x28
1   Lot SSxl3^
$800  cash.
4th
13th Si
ful
-1 ! ltd
3  LOTS,    5,  6  &
cleared, upper side of 5 ���   ..
tween 1st and 2nd Streel     Price 9500
each,
and  lean  too  10x22;   barn 30x"2  and
, 4 LOTS. 2 lots from Isl street u]
i 6th Avenue on soutli Bide, No. 35,ty
'37 & 38, full size. Prl e $1 too for tlu
I four, or $300 each;  halt
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$:q per acre
Two lots on 18tb street, between  7th and Sih avenues.
houses corner or   Merrival    and
tenement  house, 4th Ave,
rite $l,i
......   .... nths at 1%
i shed  20x30;   small milk  house, small  ne(.t_.     witli    sewers.      Price $3,500.; i..nts for $10 each tenant. /
j orchard, all kinds of fruit   03 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance In C, 12 and 18.
I fruit trees; natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
$8000;   $2000 cash, balance easily  ar-      _,ots   14  and   15 of  1  of 6    of     4
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two Agnes;   full sized lot;    city block 31,      Double    tenement   house, ���
., ,       , .     -A ln         lot 11;    one house rents for $2o, tli"  iSI __,] _nd St.;   1 lot.   Pric
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon olhe_ .|W;   ���..,,   .1().(,ts  am,   all ---.\����� �� | ^ ^ ,_  . .   :_.
Too Deep.
The story Is told of a lank, disconso
late looking farmer who one day dur-
. Ing the progress of a political meetiug
ln Cooper institute stood on the steps
With tbe air of oue who has been surfeited with a feast of some sort.
"Do you know who's talking in there
now?" demanded a stranger briskly,
pausing for a moment beside the disconsolate farmer, "or are you Just going In'/"
"No, sir. Tve just come out," said
the- farmer decidedly. "Mr. Fvarts is
talking In there."
"What about':" asked tbe stranger.
"���Well, he didn't say," the farmer
answered, passing a knotted hand
across his forehead.
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345 'Ph��>"e   105-
OFFICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
Fanged 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.
6 LOTS PACING 4th AVE., -Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $-000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
A   Pet   Tl_��-r.
Out of a river bed where it had tumbled when its dam was put to flight
some hunters in India fished a tiger
.cub. In two days it was as tame us a
kitten and grew up the playmate oi
the camp terriers. It was very fond
of them and the terriers worshiped lhe
tigress. To allay the fears of n woman
visitor thr' tigress was one nlKht chained up. Next morning the animal was
found with ii man under her. She had
not hurt him. He was n thief and, not
knowing of her existence, had come
Within thi' area which her length of
chain enabled her to command. She
sprang upon him. lay on him nnd k��pt
him prisoner until guards came to release him.
RIFLE SHOOTING.
A   I'nmonn   T-nor.
Apart from Its wide range, the natural beauty nnd sweetness of the voice
of 81ms Reeves hold his audiences
spellbound nnd fully entitled him to be
termed the finest English tenor of his
day. He especially excelled In oratorio parts, while In opera his success
was scarcely less pronounced. Perhaps It was ns s singer of English bnl-
lads that Sims Iteeves appealed to the
majority, and It will probably be tunny
a long day before we shall hear a uiore
exnuisite rendering of "Sally In Our
Alley" than that of w.ilch this great
tenor was capable.���London Mall.
Visiting Britisher ��� Bat you lin-e
nothing to see over here���nothing, 1
mean, In the way of grand old things
that have long since fallen Into disuse Golbiimite - We haven't, eh?
Wait till you get a copy of the city
ordinances.--Life.
Develop*  Un- Arum, LiniiT" und Chm
mill Train* lire 1'lj-e.
it is not only the muscles of the arm
j which   are  tested   by   properly  organ-
\ ized ride shooting.   It supplies an ex-
j cellent   exercise   for   the   chest   and
I lungs, one of the first things the young
I rllle shot lias to learn Is how to take a
' deep breath, to fill the lungs with nir,
and then to hold tlie breath while the
i rille Is kept absolutely steady ami the
finger is gradually tightening on the
: trigger.   A glance at  any successful
i rifle shot will show you a mau with a
deep chest riinl full powers of breath'
log.
Any form of recreation which trains
i the muscles of the nrin nnd exercises
I the chest aud lungs would seem likely
| to be beneficial to health, but if that
Is not enough there Is the unequaled
training which rille shooting gives to
i the eye and to the hand working with
I tbe eye.   The writer remembers hear-
I lug a musketry Instructor boast that
I he  bad   lengthened  not only  his own
i sight, but the sight of scores of boys
I whom he bad taught how to use their
i eyes In aiming at a target, by two ot
three   hundred  yards,  simply  by  continued practice nt long distance shoot-
I Ing.   It Is astonishing what results can
be obtained lu this way by placing a
| ride on a siinrl bag raised on n tripod
| and ranking the pupil aim jib nccurate-
I ty as he can at any distant object. The
I eye c.n be trained, of course, equally
I well, though the sight will not neces-
| snrily be lengthened, by aiming at objects close at hand.���London Spectator.
A  Connldrrnte  Actrean.
A doctor saw Julia Marlowe as Juliet one night In Pittsburg and was tremendously Impressed. Only lnthepow
erful death scene there was a technical
error. "Miss Marlowe," the doctor said
at a reception the next day, "I admired
your Juliet profoundly. The Impers i
nation whs a work of art. But, pardon
me, don't you know that a corpse
doesn't stiffen for at least six hours
after death?" Miss Marlowe answered
In the drawl that she reserves for sin-h
speeches, "Now. doctor, do you think
I'm going to keep my audiences wait
Ing six hours for me to stiffen V"
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
$5,000, easy terms.
27>_ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, l._ storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property Is only >,�� mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sberbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city  limits
$60 each   lot
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from :.ridgeoff
Haworth road, Surrey; hou ��� >U,
1V4 storey house, 3 rooms finirbed, another 3 can be added upstairs; 6_all
shack; li_ acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; talrlj easily cleartfl
One mile from shingle mill. Pricei
$1,200;. terms half cash, U-.'.anre ll]
months at 7 %.
Westerlv 4,  11 of 63, Sub. Block i]
Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 corner 100 feet square;  tit J
houses drawing $28 per month.  Price,
$5,000, half cash, balance in _ an_ 11 ���
months.
��� ;
Comparing  SiiIm.
Bleeker���My wife got the l��st of me
Ui an argument ibis morning. Meeker
���My wife never got the best of me
font once. Bleeker���When was that?
Meeker���When she maided m_.-C)_l-
��ago New*.
In Ignorance.
"Tour husband seems to have an exalted opinion of you."  remarked the
bride's  aunt.    "He  says  you   arc  his
rtghl bund."
"Yes." rejoined th* young wife, with
: >'���;' . ''but he's one of I'^ose men wh
��� ,,,,,,. ;,,. i'.-.i- r|-iif band !tr<ow whai
_���-'!'' p.n p.,,, i j,,,,,. ������
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor Aldrr Portland. Or.
"I 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
daily at 8:15; makes close connections for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago ami other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
j by us.    This  magnificent property is
I situated on the comers of Fourth 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 cor-
| ner lot  facing Fourth    avenue    an 1
j First street, held at $1000); two lots
ion Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
| per  lot;   four lots,  52   1-2x85,  $450;
five lots, $400.   Call at our office on
| Fro-at street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lofci on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only 91,050.
10 acres ln sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lota
$250; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Price
MB0. east).   Single lots at cash.
Centrally located iu a commiuauding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, join- Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal aveniif, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
I of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage ls selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomcd House, with Jiath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; 14
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms V4 cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
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;   14
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32;   14-post   frame house  and   co*-
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, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000   refused for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a lifetime, $$,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent . *�� 1
160 S.E. U of 8ectlon 26, Pistil
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanasa rreet
running through; good road; one mill
north of Webster's corner; BblDfl
mill and P O. at the west corner; tl��
her worth $7 per acre; ce_ar andM
4 rei'rs from Port Haney, Pn��
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, '.irlance * ���
ranged.
Large lot and two cottages 01 Qj
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rem��i
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey Douse Ml
full size lot, situated north side ol I
Royal avenue and corner of McKIbb.i
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot
cold water, closet; woodshed; .o-l]
bearlg fruit trees; streets cn tw'���
sides; fine view. Price $1,800 !��'
cwh.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen'11
and 3rd Ave., second lot from 0ueea'��
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; Ml
alongside and  back.     Price   ��*'
half cash, balance easy at 7 91
���
150 acres Improved land, bulldlatj
8nd sheds complete, near CloverdWl
all under cultivation, $15,000.   Hjfl
can  handle  this, don't  delay; H'1'
bargain; terms can be arrar.gcJ
WPor  the  above  Tour  properUesj|
special price will be made to one P��'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th   St, betweenffl
and Sth Ave.;    2 single and l 'wWl
���m J
veal
bedrooms upstairs, and bath
down stairs; parlor, dining i-000'!
chen and pantry. Full sized lot J
ning back to Ash St. Price $3.8M'
$1,500 cask, balance at i-M l*
at 7 per cent
Three ful sized lots on Flft- ^a*
north side between First nnd Se��
streets, No. 5,  6 and 7.   P'ioe '
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of M
llton street between Sixth and M
streets; $226.
28  acres on    Mara  road, B�����'3
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW   ''
ONLY.   One-quarter cash
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street ��
���ide of 4th avenue.   Price $2����
�� aide;1( I
Block 12 on 12th St., e��t bio   rf
full sized lots.   Price $2,600' one
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 monthi
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11 i:' jjjl
Sub. 15, 8. Blk. 13. $350 each, m
cash, balance 6 montlis at 1 *���
tli I
ijal.-mee'
10$ --.*    FEB   It,  1908.
ItU-5DA
THE DAILY KEW&
PAGE  SRVEN
-
���   ������ ;,.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
of    canad.an     North-Wes*.
p/      Homestead   Regulations.
��� I section of Do-
Manitoba,  Saskateh-
.  excepting �� and 26,
be homes! eaded by
.- t'ne sole head of   .
, .. r 18 years of
. nt of one-quarter aec-
-   usore or less.
tor   entry     must     ne'
bj   tbe  applicant  a;
- Agency    or    tub-
--.net  in which the
Entry by proxy may,
���   an agency on
ii> ihe father, moth
ghter, brother or
b��mesteader.
. :. r la rejuired to per-
.
��_   1; lots 18 ani :
���'   V   I I �� i    ���      .   :
....
IS, block  '
lots   6   and
-.   17, block 9; lota IS i
leu : ..
:. .  ri'..    inc..   i.    ioi  7,
��� 1,2, ;;. 4, ;-. 19, 20  _i.
22 and :        ,,,. 17; tots 1, J
]"- -      -   ��� :. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22   .:
:n   - ���       >ck 19;  of i. :  ..
G. 1   v u   Westminster district
" :-- - "fTtie loss ...
cat�� oi m ir 103  k    ssned ln
the name ��� . William C. Mitchell, has
��� '��� I this office.
:" ���:���   ���  Riven tha; I shall.,
sister of    ��� ti m  Of one  month   from
flrsl publication bereot,
Of  the   said   c rirri-
the meantime valid ob-
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia  Coaat  Line
Service.
estead duties under one
... to me in writing
- ag plans
C.  S. KKITH.
District Registrar of Tit! -
;���   ' >1 ce, New Westmin-
Mer, ii  '     Jan lary 11.-190S.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT-
,ji   .-, six months' residence
ration  Of   the land   in
^ lor three years.
.���I   a  homesteader may,  if he so
rm  the    required    n;_i-
Urlng  on    farming
....    :.    him,  not less
..rres  in  extent,  ia       TAKE NOTICE that application has
I y of hi> homestead.   Joinl    been sister .Margaret Dot--'
I,, -   in land will not meet this   bie a.- th   owm r In Fee Simple, und r
( a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
-   , ither (or mother, if the   to Margaret Dobbie, bearing date the
. ed   ol a homesteader   lst t,a>   ��- December, A. D. 1802, of'
lent  residence on  farming; a11 and singular that certain parcel or
| |  Bolelj   by  him.  not less   tract of land and premises situate, ly-1
'-'i   acres  in  extent,  ini lnS and being in the District of New
of the homestead, or up-! Westminster, in the Province ol Brit,
a bi    estead  entered  for by him   l3h  Columbia-more particularly known
ty, such homesteader may' and 'escribed as Lots 18 to 25, Inclu-j
own residence duties by I sivt'-  Block   4,  being  parts  of souili-
,.;!i the father (or mother).    | west of Section 2, Township 10.
(4)   The term -vicinity- hi the two \    you  and eac_ of yon are required
paragraphs  is   defined    as  to co_test the claim of the tax pur-'
not more than nine miles in   c_aser within forty-five days from the I
���.-    ��� .elusive of the width   date  of  the   first   p���bnCatlon  of this.
|r illowanoes crossed    In    the' notice upnn  voll|    otherwise  I shall
'eat- .register  Margaret   Dobbie   as   owner
i   A   homesteader   intend.ng    to. thereof in fee.   And  I hereby direct
fcrform   his   residence   duties  in   ac-, that publication of this notice for one
j: l.mi.   with the above while living. month  in a daily newspaper publish-:
\       irents or on farming land own-   e_ at New Wistmlnsb-r will be good
by himself must notify  The agent   ani   sufficient,  service thereof,
the district of such intention.
:iths' notice In writing must!
to tbe Commissioner of Do-
linion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
ir patent.
W, W. CORY,
tputv of the Minister of the Interior.
...  '      .,      ,.     .    ,       ...    ., ���   To Ben lair, n Douglas, Esq.
|N.  I! ��� Unauthorized   publication of ������������   .   �����
advertisement  will   not   be  paid
PROFESSIONAL.
Dated at the Land R glstry office
V Westminster, Province of Dryish Columbia. this 20th day of August.
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take noi ice that an application has
oa made    to register    M.  W.  Min-
lorne as  the  owner   in   fee simple,
lder a tux sale deed from the mayor
id treasurer of the city of New West-
paster, to M. W. Minthorne, bearing
Ite the loth  day  of  February,   A.D.
flOl, of all and s'ngular that certain |
fircel or tract of land and premises'
Ituatc.  lying  and   being  in  the  c:ty j
New Westminster, in the province j
British Columbia, more particularly j
Down and described as:    Subdivision
of block "A" of the middle acre of j
he south half of the south half of|
It 6, sui urban block 12, map 566.
You and each of you are required to
jmtest the claim of the tax purchaser'
|tthin forty-five days  from  the date
the first publication of this notice,!
Iherwlse I shall register M. W. Min-1
forne as owner thereof in fee.   And
hereby direct that publication of this
ftlce for thirty days in a daily news-
iper published at New Westminster
::    '    good   and   sufficient,   service
prenf.
il''������! at  tne Land  Registry Office.
1 il  ���' i itminster, province of British
i   tliis 22nd day of January,
ID  191 -.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
' Louis R, Bayne,
'lis served with this notice.
I' " claiming through or under
'1 all pirsons claiming any in-
0 the  said  land  by  virtue of
I -'red instrument,  and  all
' iaiming any  interest  in  the
I   by  descent,   whose  title Is
'��� red under the provisions of
Land Registry Act." shall be f. r-
'stopped and debarred from set-
I '���'������ claim to or In respect of
1 land so sold for taxes as pro-
1    '  '���'���   the "Land Registry Act."
W NORMAN BOLE, K. C, BAR-
��� rister and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadi.m Bank of Commerce
building, New Westminster, B. C.
ArYHEALLfiR, BARRISTER, SD-
��� licitor, etc.. 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
WHITESIDE <_ EDMONDS, BarrU-
tirs and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
VV. J. Whiti s de, H. L. Erlmonds.
a.:h.\, uh.u.r & McQUARRIE
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk, cornd,
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vancouver, 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 Westmlnstei
offices every Friday afternoon.
TIME T*BLE
6. C. Coast  Line Service.
AL-SKA ROUTE.
S.S   Pr ncess  May.
leavi       I ���
February
.  4.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
SS    Princess   Vrctoria
Leaves Vao iver 1:30 p. m- daily;
���" ' .        ��� p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; ar
riv< s  ��� am i���. ���-. r . a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Pr,ncess  Beatr.es.
Leaves Victor s 8:SB a  m. daily ex-
cept M mday;   arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. dally except Monday.
Le.,..- Seattle 11:30 p, tn. dally ex- j
cepi Monday;  arlrve. Victoria " a.m.
dallj except Tuesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria ll p.m 1st and 14th
if each month for Clayoquot, Mosqul- '
." Harbor and way potts;    7th of each -
month  for Quatsino and  way   ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and w.i;   ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. .loan
Leaves Vancouv-r i:-30  . ra   dally,
except Sunday.    Friday an.l Saturday-
leaves   at l p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP RIVER
ttamona ���
From N. W. Tu.. Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday,   Friday   and   Saturdaj   al   2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 6 a.m.
Leave Westham [stand Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, Saturday al 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner al
���< p.m.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
from Victoria ii p.m., lsi and I5ih;
from    Vancouver    at    8    o.  m..  2nd
and   lfith  of  each   month,   culling  al
Bkldegate on first trip and Bella Coola:
Oil second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA. LUNO,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria ^ p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.    Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, vis Ladysmltli.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    MANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. 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.
I!LLETTS
PL RE POWDERED
Reid.   lor U��e In Any Outr.ii:.
Pr-- ,-  -Li-ij SOAP, raftiffltng watc. frrnov-
rr{ "air.t,   <!Kirti-. . :ng   Rinks,   clnvte
��nd ������ a.n.i and lor many other purpo��r��.
A can ,--.,.:* _o pound. f.al Soda.
5CLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.\V.G!LLETTe��M,,*~v
IMITt n
TOR ONTO. ONT.
SOCIETIES.
I. 0   O   F.���AMITY  LODGE, NO. 27	
Tbe regular meeMngs of this lodge
Are held in Oddfellows' hall Oolum
bla street, every Mendny evening
al s o'cloi i,
��.. 0. U, W.���FHASER LODGE No. I
-Meetings the first and 'hird Tues
dn> In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
'���   i ws'   block.  Clarkson  street
A SOURCE CF DlSLASe,
,ker��
smoke in
I e- p'.-i'll!;. (T -etff-s
: fhe   noKtriK.     TTils    -
dome to i"- ea* ���
the fl     tt       ;,ient of tbe flavor of th*
t -,-e
The  London   l./lnce-t.   while  ��_k_
e at   perhaps   trader  ordlnarj
Cirr-ni,-,,,..,-,.- no harm is done t ��
smoker s?i\-e to hi�� Senee of smell. h_��
Botlnded a note of -warning sen inst On
hill, t as i possible disseminator of dis
ease. Hay fever and .>ther annoying
complaints hnvo been sp-ead thn>ugl
unsuspecting ho-seholds hy Hie nn
thinkii.-. visitor who hahitTially ble*
smoke :   rough his nose.
Tlie surface traversed bj tie t.vryirvc
smoke before issuing from tbe nee-, it
Is remarked hy the Lancet, is mois
taied -un the natural se.-retion of the
Bucous membrane lining it. and thii
secretion is mingled -with the flm.i die
charged from tl"�� c__|_Bctii al su,- pre
tectlng the eye-- It tberefoi-r> contaftM
numerous micro organism* winch
tosfng in tbe sir. have become attach
*d (e the moist and stick surface of
tbe oonj.-ottva, ���� well as those - r11.-t
piss over the surfact> "l
meinbratie. As T> n.la.11 loop ago .how
ed. germs are completely iiii.t.-.i ot-
froni the air Inhaled by tbe extensile
ami Irregular surfaces prem ted by
the tiirbiiuil bones    These ge\ r��
carried Into the air by the man wh��
blows smoke through l is nostrils
COURT  BRUNETTE,  No. 4099,'l.O.F.
��� Meets  the  Fourth   FVldaj   in  tbe
month  at 8  o'clock-   In  the  small
Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808.
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Ixidge ane held en the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays oi each month
ai  S p. m. ln Ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
*������ . ������~	
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20 Meets every Tuesday
evenlng at 8 p, in., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia streel \. Slark,
VV,   Pros.;   H.  Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
nt 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia si reet,
��� UN- OF .COTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE8
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. ball    Chief w. Sutherland.
I.  0.   O. F.���Royal   City  Lodge.   No.   3
Meets  In  oddfellows' Hall,  Columbia Strict, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren will;
lie made welcome.    C.ll. Clow. N.CL
CIS. Osborne, p. o. recording lee
retary.
	
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LOOP- No
116, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.��� 1
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
In K. of P. Hull, folumhta St.. at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each tno^th. same
time and place.
A SENSE OF DIRECTION
The   Trlme   lleqntr.ll.-   Kor   WnUI-.m   a
Troe ^Vo.��_��m��n.
A sense of direction I should name
��s the prime requisite for him who
would become a true woodsman, depending on himself rather than on
guides. The faculty is largely developed of course by much practice, bul
It must be Inborn. Some men possess
It; others do not - Just as some men
have a mathematical bent, while to
others figures are always a despair II
*B a sort of extra, having nolliiiiB tc
do with eriterions of Intelligence ol
mental development, like the repeat*)
U101 "men! in s watch. A highly educated, cultured man may lack It; th��
roughest possess it. Some who hav*
Sever been in tlie woods or mountains
acquire lu the sluice of a vacation a
fair facility ��t picking a way. and 1
have nut u few who have spent their
lives mi the prospect trull and who
were si ill and nlwnys would be as
helpless as the newest idly dweller
lt Is ii gill, a talent. If you have Its
tiniest genu you can become a traveler of the wide nnd lonely place*.
If you have it not you niuy as well
resign yourself to guides, Stewart KJ-
ward White In outing Magazine.
m
I.
TAKE
The White Pass
|and Yukon [.oute
" HAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
K_x��?RSE'   DAWSON   and
JRHANKS.    Daily trains  (except
rnoayj   carrying   passengers,   mail,
Jure,.  rd    ffeight    COnneCt    with
EinV      Carc^s5 and White Horse,
iwn aimng _ through winter service.
"information apply t0
ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage.,
 VsncouTer. B. C.
AUVtiHTiSe,     -a
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
GfcUKui-- r_. fl-AKTl.N, uariisLoi  _ur
Solicitor,  Oulchon   block.  Coluiti   ;
ih and McKenzie streets. Nbw West
nlnstei. B. C.
/v. MYEMb (_hay, Barnsi.��r, Soiicitoi j
aud Notary Public, l> oractlce since |
L891 at New Westiiiius:"r   Hr     Of
flees removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son   street, opposite   Court House
P.O   Box 109.    Telephone 64
WF. HANSFOR D. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKeu-lr
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
BOARD OF TRADE N IW Westmin
ster Board of Trade meet-, In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows;
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, Mav.
August, and November, at 8 p. rn.
Annual meetings on tiie second
Wednes-1 iy of February. New
members may be proposed ami
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
k Tradc Mark*
DC3IQNS
.,���,, COFVWGHTS AC.
Patent* ta-an throuah M-gf A��* rerxu-a
Iftdal tutic*. wltboat ctaanra, la ti
iytri-1 tutu*. Wltnour. cw����. -��� -���"
Scientific JItncricait
-_o_rl_.J,1.7S a T��-r. poatage PW-fS.    S0*1 �����
For   reservations   and   'ntormatloD
call or address
ED   GOULET.
Agent,  f'ew  W*>nlirtnsfer
E. J. COYLE.
isst. Oen. Pisri   Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
fJenernl Biur��Hntnndent   Vlrtiirla
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trauii Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
IHE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD. I
Embodies the newest   and best ideas'
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE1
ind   LUXURY       It  is   lighted   with-
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
Brilliantly    illuminated   train    in    the,
ivorld.      The   equipment   consists   of
jrivate   <-omparttnent   car.,   standard
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
:��t   rrclining  chair cars   (seats  freci,
modem   day   coaches   and  buffet,   li ;
-uarv and  smoking cars
Kor  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or  any';
urthcr  information  call   on   or  write
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
- >-  'srrritrrl   Avenue. S-attle. Walh
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
fhe  onl>   all   rail   route   between  all
! joints east, west and south ��o Ross- j
and. Nelson and intermediate points i
���onnecting at Spokane with the Great.
Morthern. Northern Pac.'fic and O. R-
.. N. Cb.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-;
idian   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary
i.'reek point*
Connects   at     Meyers     Fal'.J    with
-tage r'.ily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
-jpokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
tool.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.30 a.m   ��� Spokane  7.15 P-m-
1 - _e p.m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
,.^o �� 11 Nelson 6.45 P-"*
H. A. JACKSON.,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17. A. F. and A. M.; L, O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683. I. O. F.| C. O.
F��� Court. Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29;
Which Sidaf
Some years a^o while tlie writer
was returning from Ral-igh, N. C,
on an excursion trnin i^er tlie Seaboard Air line he was accosted by
the conductor of the train, one who
had evidently spent his youth in
keeping away  from  iinytliiiig  that
pertained to education and who proceeded to unfold the following example of "down home" wit:
"I declare, sonic people can nsk
the most fooliahest questions t ever
see. What do you suppose some woman asked me Juit now?"
I   replied   Hint   I   was  unable   to
guess and requested him t# enlighten me. He then proceeded to tell
his story, which run as follows;
"While I was passing thWUgh n
coach just, now sonic rvomnn stopped me and asked tne how far We
were from Weldon.   1 replied thf'.t
we were about, fifty-five miles from
Weldon. She then asked, 'This Bide
or the other side?'" ��� Hnrprr's
Weekly.
���olenre nnd  Mumllly.
The true student off the professional
ot toohnleul school becomes heir to a
comprehensive and clear understand'
ing of his duties mui respoiiHiliilltles In
his relations to his fellow men und to
t_* Community, 'those duties und responsibilities present thptnselves to his
trained mind lu their reiil proportion
He is neither noiideveloped uor uifllde-
reloped In Ills Judgment ?f affairs. Ills
university training, especially In the
technical school, luia taught him accu-
rney nnd penetration In the analysis of
any proposition confronting tilin and
that truth nod knowledge must be
sought with the dliwUieM of a plumb
line. Ndeiice yields nothing but confusion to the shifty, devious nnd dl��
honest Inquirer, The fundamentals of
morality nre the very stepping stones
to technical success or professional at
tainment. - Scientific American.
A MYSTERIOUS CARO.
Hurl,   Tn.ir,-.  Orf^   H��-.ifi^-��i   n-i��l   Row
Vr-.   i!,..-lnn.l   R"<-.-iv������i   ll
When  1  whs   leaving  Harffc*-  for
��� ricron   noon   .��� my
.   . .-.-   . rftten  1,  >��� ���
warning and pel it in n p.x-ket or your
When y.>n are dressing tn
go   to    til,- It    ttlP
Wly.tr   lions,    yon   -'ill   nntnrnlly   pnt
fintrer*   in   your  ve��l   pocket,   ��o
.   10 yoi.r .-ii.it   jr__  will
find that tittle noi.- there.    Rea- It
carefnllj   and do &��  ii  rei-^  you     l
-   ir iih \;-),,. and S0 I  M.-lr-entn
���     - i ������    to this little note.    11
I   should   tive   you   tlie   warntftg   hy
-       of BKWth B-Vi II would p -���- from
5 ���      head and  lie  forgi ������������ 1   in fl  few
es.*1
11   rniv   ri-i--i,ieni   Cleveland^  ftrvf
Irerm     I hod never seed his  >��� ife, the
the bMiuifni. the. goriii hearted,
the     sympathetic,     the     fas.-iniitina.
Sure  enongb,  ]v*A   as   1   had   finishnrl
dressing   to  eo to the  While  House.   T
found   Hint   little   note,   which   1   hnd
long ng.-i forgotten,    it  was  n  grave
Bttle nott   u  sertO-s  little  n> tr\ like
its   writer,   MM   M   m*_e   me   la_g_
Llvj-'s gentle _t_'    ������ often prod_c_d
th.it efTe.l upon me Where the e\;<oit
hunioiist'-i best }Ofee WOUld hare failed, for I do not Invtgh easll]
\\hen we reached the White House
.iMki   I  .was  stmkini with  'he
president be started niething,
but 1 Interrupted hfm and sair
"If yonr exceU'encj' wlll excuse me
I will come Vack in a moment, bttl now
I have a very Important matter to at
tend to, and It must he attended to at
once."
1 turned to Mrs Cleveland, Hie
yoiinc. the lieaurifnl, the fusr-inalinK,
and gave her my card, on the hack of
which 1 lnirl written He didn't," and
t asked her to si;>. ho-r name below
those words,
She   snid:   "He   dtitt'tl     He   didn't
what?"
"Oil,"    I    salrl.      never    mind!      We
cannot stop ra dlsc_ss that now. This
ts urgent Won'l you please R'srn your
mime?"    1 handed her a fountain pen.
"Why," she said. 'I cannot commit
myself In that way. Who is It lhat
didn't?   Ami what Is it Mint lie did 11 I?"
"Oh." I said, "ttme l�� flying, ftylne,
fl.ving! Won't you take me out of Uiy
distress and sign your name to It7
It's all right. I uive you my Word It's
til right."
She looked nonplused, but hesitatingly anil nirvhiinkully she took the
pen and snlri:
"1 will slcn It.   I will take the risk.
Bul you must tell tue all about. It right
��� afterward, so that you can be arrested
before you get out of (he house In casei
there   should    be    anything    criminal I
about this."
Then she signed, and  I  handed herj
I Mrs.  Clemens'   noli',   vV-lch   Was  very
brief, very simple and to the point.   It
said.  "Hon't   wear your arctics In the
White H0US6."   It made her ShOUt, ami
at my request she summoned a  tues-
| seiiger. ami We sent Mint card at once
to the mull on Its way to Mrs Clemens
! In Hartford.���Mark Twain's Autoblof
vaphy In North American Review.
He Probably  R-turned.
"Sinn, did you ever study spiritualism?" asked a traveling man who
hasn't a very high reputation among
his creditor..
"Not much," was the reply. "I
never had time to give it any
thought."
"Hut you believe that the dead
return, don't you?"
"Well, to tell the truth, I haven't
been bothering myself about the
dead,returning. I've only thought
about it long enough to come to the
conclusion that there is an awful lot
of the living that don't return."
"How do you mean?"
"Why, if they did, maybe you'd
bo returning that ten dollar bill you
borrowed from mc six months ago."
���Kan��B3 City IndepeDilupt-
The  Hellbender.
"There's no reason why the hell
bender shouldn't be _ood to est," said
a scientist. "Its principal food Is the
crayfish, the same 11s (he principal
food for Imss. The lirdlbliiiter belongs
to the anine family of ninphllilatis Bt
the frog anil Is very closely related
Colli nre Imtr-heil from the ��'gg, and
both pns-< through the tadpole stage
before reaching maturity.   The hell
bender Is n might? fine Bib, as any one
vnn prove to himself if he wlll i">iii|iier
his nature I aversion." l'be bellbendw
is found principally in streams about
the   foothills  of  tlie  Alleulinii.v   lnoun
tains,
The Snrlrlle.
Ilnrly OreeKS and Romans rod-
korstf li-n-r-b-ir-;*. Thi'.v regarded It ni
.ffetalaate to ride In n saddle. The
modem saddle, with pommel, r-rupper
mid stirrups, was unknown to the an-
rdents. Nero gave Onl fancy covering*
lo his r-avnlry. and tho bnrebar k riders
if the German forests used to liiiigh a*
them. Saddles with tre-s came Into
use In the fourth century, stirrup-
three ceuturles Inter.
\Vn��-r   tn   OM   l.omlnn
LondOtt'l original wafer supply, says
the Chicago Delly News, was the river
Thames, and every apprentice was supplied with a water tnnkard for transporting liquid to tbe house. As early as
1479 there were "water thieves," "for
In this yere - wei chandler Iti Fleet
street had bl emft perced 11 pipe of the
condlt wlthywne the ground, and so
eonveled the water Into bis selar;
wherefore fie was JiirIiI to ride thrugh
the cltee with a condlt upon his hedde."
Tbe first official water supply for London was made In Germany. In 1582
Peter Maurice, a German, made au en-
glue at London bridge hy which water
was conveyed In lead pipes to the cltl-
sens' bwises, and he nnd his descendants bee-me rich on the proceeds
Ihrlilniin  Ixlnnd.
I     "I sp����nt Inst Christmas on Christmas
I Island," said n globe trotter.    "In the
i morning I  bathed lu the sen  anil lu
1 tbe afternoon, dressed In white flannel,
I played tennis. Christinas island Is
j In the Indlnn oeenn. It Is nlwnys
; summer there. The thermometer nev
! er fnlls below 7'i nnd never rises nliov.
I 00 In the shade There'* nlwnys 11
I cool,   pure   wind   from   the   s-ruthenst.
Kresb fruit and flowers and vegetables
I lire as plentiful in January as In duly.
; This Utile paradise Is nine miles long
ami ten miles wide."
Stanill-��  nn-   Sitting
David Slowpay -1 shall bring jo%
back those dark trousers to be reseat
ed, Mr. Snip. Yon know I sit n good
denl. Mr. Snip (tnilon-All right, and
If you'll bring the bill I sent you sis
months ago I will be pleased to ie
eelpt that also. You know Tve stood s
good deal.���London Tit Bits.
Treating   (he   Inxnni-.
In 17l��> William Tuke, a Quaker,
opened the first national asylum for
the Insane In York, Knglanrl. A few
years earlier a Frenchman named PI-
nel had made a similar effort, to restoni
tbe mentally deficient to the rank of
human beings. Plnel's plan was that
of nonrestrnint. a system then uuheard
of and. of course, to be ridiculed as 11
preposterous heresy. It is now being;
followed everywhere.
Properl-  Situated.
"They may say what they like
���gainst him," said tbe convicted one-
defender, "but his heart is In the right
flact."
Tee," assented tbe other, "and M Is
ft�� rest of him for a few years."
Her Plan.
He���Do you believe In long engagements? She���It all depends. He ���I
don't understand. She���If lie has
; plenty of money nnd Is Inclined to b_
' liberal a long engagement Is the thing,
! but If he cannot afford boxes at tb.
| opera and such things I always make
1 his regime very short.
Practical.
"What did she say when she
*��� was dead In love with horr
'-lie wanted to knew If he
W Mf�� lMuraoce."-N-w l��t
Cnanterln* a Tonrh.
"Don't ; 011 think you're wasting
yonr time talking the value of economy to Blank? He hasn't any
money."
"I know, but I bave."-Detroit Fitts
Press.
There ar* stars so distant that a lying machine moving at tha rate off flli
miles sn hour would rsquln I
I ��<o years to reach f*
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THE  DAILY. NEWS.
TL'E"-- ���'. pE3
ON TIME!
If your sweetheart gets a
Valentine at all, she wants
it on time.
H. Morey & Co.
Have   a    fine   assortment  I
from 5c to $2.50 each. j
They 're Going I
Apples
i GERMAN MILLIONS TO
DEVELOP COALFIELDS
AND
MOREY'S
Columbia Street
For Your Chick's
MEALTM
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
O-      .ADVERTISE      ���_��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
Oranges
WE HAVE
THEM
GOOD ONES!
Apples, $1.50
per box.
Navel Oranges
Best quality
Large size
25c per dozen
.**.*******
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
Large Area on  Vancouver
Island Now Controlled by j
Foreign Capital.
i
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
b e
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
German capital, millions of it, is behind coal-boring operations which
were started the latter part of last
week on North Sa-.inich peninsula,
within eighteen miles of the city Of
Victoria .ind three miles of Sidney.
The advent of German capital marlis
a new era in the development of the
mineral wealth of British Columbia, as
to date little of the wealth of that
nation has sought undertakings in this
province.
Quietly for the past two months A.
V. Alvensleben, of    Vancouver,    who
represents the  unlimited  financial  in-
I
terests  in   the   North  S;ianich  opera-:
tions,    has    been    buying   land    an-.'.'
gathering up options,    On Wednesday
he had the entire North Saanic'h peninsula in his possion by purchase and
bond,    and on Thursday a boring machine  was   installed   on   the   western
part of the peninsula, where it i-s    be-
lieved that drilling offers possibly the
best  opportunity    of    success.    Altogether  four  thousand  acres   are  now
under the control of Mr. Alvensleben.
including the entire shore line oi t'ne
peninsula.
I     In the opinion   of engineering    ex-
' perts who spent several months look-
' ing over the field, studying the fornia-
; tion of the peninsula and that of Van-
i couver island adjacent, there is every
promise of coal in commercially inlying   quantities      being     encountered
where drilling has  been   commenced.
To the south of Comox the crystaline
rocks  intrude only to give  way  farther  south   to   the  coal   measures of
Nanaimo, below which the crystaline .     _._      .
rocks again appear and disappearing -vemOVeQ tO 1 entn ot., De
1 in the Cowichan district it is .be'lieveil
that the underlying strata contains
1 the coal bearing formation, and this
theory is borne out by the geological
conditions on the North Saanich peninsula.
Deep  water  obtains all  along    the
shores of the peninsula and the largest
steamships afloat will be .able  to secure coal practically right at the    pit
mouth  should   the  boring  operations
disclose the presence of    coal.    This
,   proximity of the mines to the water
- will be an enormous advantage in the] Re slte fo_  whar( am,  b0;)n) 0_  ln
j matter of  the costs of handling  the j        Fraser _,verj _ea_ Xe-_, Weetmln
' output of the mines which" may be de- s^er y  ^
veloped.
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared \Y;ix. It pre-
M-i-vt-s and brings out natural beauty nf
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
limsii. to which-dirt and dust wlll not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
ieuc- better it ib thi.n any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish Tor ��11
Wood." Use it oc your flours and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all dancl���K lloors.
You can get Johnson's free book, "The
Proper Treatment for Floors, woodwork
and -'urmture" and these preparations of
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Also,
WOOD  DYFS
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
...ART EXHIBIT.
\\'.. announce to the ladie; of New West-.
MISS   ALLISON   COCKBURN
will be here in the interests of Balding*.  E   .
���   -:,
commencing Monday, February the 17th.
Arrangement* have been made for   .\li^-
her display of fancy work In the  parlor of   th��-
CLassi b 10 in l- a. m., and 2 to 4 p.m.
'
REMOVAL   !
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone  53.
New Westminster. P. u. Box 47-1
NOTICE
We Have Now
OnDisplay
New Prints,    New Dress
Ginghams,      New Dress
Muslins,
In  appropriate   designs and   color ngs for even ng vvear.
New Embroideries and Insertions, New Curtain
Nets, New Frilled
Muslins,
New Drapery Muslins, Plain Silks,
New White Blouses, New Dress
Skirts, New Muslin Suits,
Etc*, Etc.
We take this opportunity to Invite every person lo view these
new goods now w���en there is plenty of time to explain aliont a.
show what we have.   Ask to see everything new
W. S. COLLISTER &ci
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminsttfl
������������������������������������������������������������������<
| Wedding Presents f
��� RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING   SILVER   GOODS.   BRASS   AND I
* COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA. i
and last but not least, we are sole agents for
THE   PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA.
! W. C. CHAMBERLIN,
The Jeweler
Agent Hamilton Watches
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
.The NEWEST
Valentines
AT
J. J. MAC KAY & CO.
WI I
f
k
#11
3?
BOOKSELLERS
-.J-lJi- MM; rtHHi -%iJHtfllHMHi-ifr 1
STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS |
3fel--tflnlWWWtillrWil,.ii a a |j, j[rf[, JMjn^|,^j.-1ti.i).. ������ #
  NOTICE is hereuy given that tn j
! undersigned, H. G. Barnet and   Hugh \
Playhouse for Nelson. _icDonald,  Loth of the city of    New
Nelson, Keb. Hi.���Willi the erection' Westminster, in the province of Brit-'
of the first of three of its string In ish Columbia, mill owners, having ap j
Spokane the Circuit Amusement com-, plied to his excellency the governor l
pany, with a capital of $100,000, of j general-in-councll, for ihe approval o j
which $23,000 has already been sub-] a certain site for the construction of:
scribed, is soon to inaugurate what Is] a certain wharf and boom, situate on!
.expected to develop into the vaude-j the south side of Lulu Island, on thei
ville and moving picture theatre trust! _h_re of the Fraser river, have di-i
uf the Pacific coast, says the Spokane '.posited with the honorable the mln-
Ileview. With three theatres here, j ister 0f public works at Ottawa, plans!
three in Portland and Seattle and two' Cf said wharf and boom, which theyj
In Tacoma t'ne circuit company ex-, propose to construct on land covered!
peets to have the nucleus of a strong
organization.    Houses    will    also   .lie
' built in Nelson, B. C, Walla Walla,
North Vaklhia, Helena, Missoula and
l.ewiston,    San    Francisco,    Oakland,
' Los Angeles and Sail  Lake City,
BOYS' ODD
WALKER DECIDES TO
FIGHT  EXTRADITION
San Diego, Cal., Peb. 10.���Because
the extradition papers arrived six days
after tho expiration of the period
stipulated by the treaty between the
United Siaies nnd Mexico, thai a prl-1
I soner may be held in either country!
'for the other,  William V.  Walker,  ac-'
eused of embezzling $500,0011 from a
; New Britain, Conn., bank, and now In
jail ai  Ensenada, may secure his Im-:
mediate freedom.   Upon the   teohnl-
| callt'y finis developed  Walker  is pre-'
1 paring to put up a fight tor liberty
! with water, lying south of lot 757, in
; group I, in the district of New West-
��� minster and  province aforesaid,    together with a description of the pro-
t jiosed site thereof described by moles
; and hounds; and have also deposited a
; duplicate of each in the office of the
registrar of deeds for the said district
, of New Westminster, in which district
j said work is proposed to be constructed; in accordance vith the   require-
1 ments of section 7 of the "Navigable
Waters'    Protection   Act,"  Chap.   11 j
R, S. Can. 1906.
j     Dated at  New Westminster, B. C.
the ''>oth day of January, 1908.
h. g. barnet,
hugh   Mcdonald.
I
SHORT PANTS
tr     advertise     -sa
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
I
All sizes. All prices.
4 years to 15 years of age.
PRICES:
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c up to $1.50
the pair.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������
| Electric.Railway Service
J
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wiil run every half-
hour from i>:50 a. ffl.j Last
car leaves at ll p. m.
i Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave tbe depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes 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 0:.'lo
a. m.
Sunday Service  nair nouriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
A NEW HOUSE  PhillJDS,Wit*.
Best part of the city: fully modern and up-
to-date; eight large rooms, basement and furnace.
Price,  $4,000.
C
Terms
One - quarter cash,  balance easy
v payments.
F. J. HART _? CO.
New Weitirunster.
LIMITED
Chilliwa:k.
Vancouver.
will
�������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���**���������������������������������������������***
FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in' 4 it. lengths, which we
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone''
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