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 White, Shiles
FIRC INSURANCE
NEW WESTM1NSTER^.-3C-
MUMBBR 20.
Wftjte, Shiles & Co
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   FH1DAV     MORNING,     JANUARY      31. 190..
rcg J    1908       R^AL ESTATE
 ��� 260 Columbia St. Phone 85
i EN   CENT8 PER  WEEK.
PAY DIRT IS        tUNtEKT MANAGED BI
STRUCK IN OLD TUNNEL      mm mm^
Optimism of Working Partner- Rewarded by Discov-
:' Color in Gravel.
-   !' i ., Jan. 80.���The old
channel   nas   again
the   richest  kind of
pay Is promised.
The high hopes expressed for tne
tuccess ol the concert iu St. Hum.,
parish room, in aid of the child] n
ward fund, were amply Justlfl d las!
nintn. The hall wjis crowded u> the
doors, many bene.- unable to tin i
seals. A sum between fifty and Bl- /
dollars was added to the fund. Tae
program wjis lengthy and exc edingl)
well received, every number ! elng applauded  and several gaining encore"
SPtAK[R'S RULING ON RESOLUTION --S Sk
IS
BIG _��*?�� SCHEME
BEGINS TO IaL 'M
Hawthornthwaite   Appeals   in   Vain   Against   Decision-
Bowser's Bill Passes Second Reading���More Charges
Against Lands and Works Department.
1 - ���        ... ig  tiier.- opene i  i:i   tb
city j- new moving picture show, ma Tacoma's Six Million Dollar
the manage, j
i dlrecUy   opposite K_v  -  \V. Houghton outlin<d the cd.   J
tie town of Stanley,    or  Van Winkle,  j^.   fl)j.   whj(.b   (|Ui  f���nd   _,M   bel_g
raised, adducting many reasons why i
was most desirable that the children
Should not be placed with older folk
lu the hospital wards and reciting   a
pathetic poi in of tlie death of a child
|as tie pi *tal authorities have it an 1
,.,,,, thi il o worked James Thomp.
.:���!, ii        ��� lens and Al x. Dowa,
Se,-:.' flvi cents to the pan, equal
1(i .event; live dollars to the yard, is
tiu' leai vel has shown since
Ljonday, January 20,  when color was
rue , ������   dr.fted ooo feet
of  tunn sunk    several,   biinl
Victoria, B. C, Jan. 30.���(Special.)��� tabor, \
ll. Hawthornthwaite today appeal- -ailwaj
ed the ruling of Speaker Eberta ou hi, j
resolution, but the  House    sustain*
the ruling.
C issue, bv the
iud the debate on the Immigra-
:.;   win  i robably  b    cul   s'n rt
ItA, _ty ind dollars some    time
I ��� ��� oent Is now  vlndicati d,
1>i tl ������ -i fortune should have the
(feet ni ��� 11 our ging the owners of La
ontaine, one and one half miles hern on I'm same creek, to again get to
mirk on their property, which was
llosi lown last spring, at a time
trhen accoi Lin. to the best informed
Liners In this district, the most prom-
Mag ground was almost readied.
Tne indications for a busy aud pro -
IBP oa In  Old   Cariboo    weid
aver better,  and  every mail   brings
i.uirios that show the readiness    ol
Sipital to  iiecome    interested   where
iere is good reason    to believe
ill obtain adequate returns.
s moved iu committee on tli ���
axatlon exemption bill by Mr.
Henderson.    The mem! i      for    Yaie
furthei insisted thai no orientals shall
jbe employed ou such roads during tli -
^^^^^^^^___^_______________       | life ol the exemption.
Attorney-General Bowser's immigra.     The government uas prettj    near.
Won   bill   passed  its second    readlug had enough of the Aslatl
tn a children's ward. i unanimou |way,
One of the most pleasing features of      lu "lc' courM of the debate'    3otm \^��a
I Oliver Drought charges against tli' tomorrow. This, however, will not saf-
I nd a I works department with re-! fie. to consign it to th oblivion sa
spec! in ihe granting of additional greiU. desired by the McBride"forces,
-(and to the railway to Mud bay. It - as Mr, Hawthornthwaite proposes "
lilies were made by th- minister of!bring forward bis Impeachment >' so
that department and some of the oth r Jutlon again, amended i.i accordance
member-. The matter rests for the with yesterday's ruling. Mr. Jardine,
present. '. too, is on the warpath.   He nas given
  notice  for copies of the    agreem nt
Victoria, .Ian. mo.���The sincerity ot and correspondence between the gov't he government in the matter of antl- eminent aud the E. and X., iu order
oriental legislation was put to the te t to see if the exemption of taxation on
today when t'ne amendment, that taui- | iho Albernl extension was to be co:i-
tiou exemptions should I e -rant- d ditional on the employment or white
only to lini s built exclusively by white  labor only.
'oiu;.. theatr , under
meni < the Western Amusement Co.
rhe ni ������ thi atre is located in the H .n
Wocl. adj lining the bar of the Gulchon
hotel .. penin'g was not announced
lo tbe public and not until late was ll
(T-ertaln  thai  the premises would
Structure Appears Doomed
to Remain Only a Dream.
Taconia. Jan. MO.���Thomas    Cooper,
land commissioner of the    Northern
|>(; ! Pacific railroad, is in 'lacoma conferring with the local capitalist
the program was the excellent Bele.
tion by Smith's orchestra, a medley
well  known  and popular  . ..-:���"-���.    Th -
���talis in earch for the lost chan  Xol]owlng ������,,. ,,,���., ,��� ������, p_ograi_ (j.
,, _, |      , ��� il was their faith in the  ^ evenl-g. Mrs. Wat80D  MIm Ann,
that they refused an offer o^ Tldyj   mgg  A    Layery   M,gg  Bpr,_g
Miss Myrtle Mack. Miss Helen Ben
pett, Miss Helm Walker, Miss I ���
feiice Curtis, Miss Herring. Miss Crake,
Rev. ('. W. Houghton, Rev. A. DeB.
Owen, Messrs. W. Morris. Fllglaud,
Bond, MwwelL Keary and Craig. The
accompanists were Mrs. C. A. W< Ish
M'ss Lavery and Miss Dawe.
In readiness for a performance lust j rlnS wl"i the local capitalists who ar.
night, as a result the attendance was Interested ln the erection of tlie pro-
aaturalli small. The pictures are ol Jected twenty-tour storey $6,000,000
the usual variety aud everything want fniP-rl-1 building. In addition to the
very smoothly. The Illustrated song 6ilL' already obtalm d for the structure,
was rendered by Miss Brown, the pos i ^ builders wall have to get Import-
sessor of a clear and powerful voice. ant water from concessions from the
The management .advertise a strictly Northern Pacific railroads,
moral show, catering especlallj uo Cooper and Manager H. C. Nutt, ot
children. They propose at some IV- the Northern Pacific, will decide if We
lire date to give a free performance m railroad can adjust its tracks to meet
tbe afternoon for school children. T_j   tn�� demands of the promoters of the
proprietors   are   Messrs    T.   Cogbl-.n,
]���:. C. Brown, and A. Lepetre, the lat
jter ueing operator.   The machine was
examined yesterday by Chief Watsoa
and   P,   T,   Bowler,   ell-.     electrician,
and  pronounced  adequat ly  pr tected
. for the prevention of fire.
Imperial building. In jiddition to the
cisiou depends the rate of the pro
posed structure. If the Northern Pacific refuses to co-operate i.i t'ne
scheme the project, wil 11 be dropped.
J. B  Sargent, who had bean un ler
treatment at the    Royal    Columbian
hospital for the past two weeks, left
that institution yesterday afternoon.
TEN DREDGES EOR
STEWART RIVER
FALLING THEE HILLS        'MANY ENJOY SOCIAL OPIif IS SMUGGLED
JAP AT PORT MOODY I   GIVEN BY YOUNG PEOPLE
The chief promoter of Tacoma's big
bluff building was A. P, Gillie*, the
man who indulged in dreams of a
large business block over Lyttou
square, and who intended to ask tne
city council for a deed of tho site. His
promise of establishing a brick Jn-
ilustry in this city is still in the talk
stage.
|0RNING  FIRE   DESTROYS
THREE   SEATTLE   HOMES
 ��� |    A Japanese employee of "the  Can- j    Nearly a hundred young people   aa
it'Yukon   Basin   Concern   Pro- la<^ftn   iJ'u'inc'   number    company  at sembled In St. Andrew's hall yester-
'port Moody  was instantly  kil.ed  yes   (day evening to take  part  iu a social
pOSeS    to    LlOSe    Contract  terday lafternoon by being pinned un-Lgiven  by  the  members of tlie Bi 1.
Rivalilll. the GuC-fenheimS yGI a t-allini> tiee-   ln company with class, the refreshments being provld
{Seattle Jan, 30.���PIre 'his morning
tirely consumi d  the  resid'.nces    of
Van w Inter and Dr.  Potter,    iu
IBJ$ Seattle, and rapidly spread to
e residence of Dr. Bragdon. A
trag north wind was blowing when
Ie fire broke out at about 2 o'clock,
d a rush call was made for iisslst-
ce from this city. An automobile
ed with tin- lighters and two ctiemt-
Iengines on board the flreboat Sno.
lalmu. were dispatched to the scene
the conflagration. The estimated
mage is |20,00. The tire broke out
t-t hill and water was unavailable.
Dawson, Jan. ::u.���Tlie Yukon Basin ���** lh'
Gold Dredging company, organised by
William   Ogilvie,   former   governor   ol
the Yukon, is planning to put a n>et|xted.
of ten dredges on Stewart river, near   to this city  today, and  will    be    in
Dawson.   The contract will be close 1  ierred after an inquest has ceen held
in San Francisco this month, the ftwt by Coroner Ca')taln Pi"('"dr gh'
dredge to ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^
CONSTRUCTION   WAR
WILL WAGE FIERCELY
was
af
;a numiier of other Japs, he had beeu'ed by the young men.   An Inter es.in
[Chopping away at the trie, remaining j ^arogram of  music ani    sin;
���  j-t  _���:  v__k  after  the    warning  ha,l] gone through during the evening, -..   {
-een  given  to   stand   clear.     Caught j ter which games were indulged In un
by  the  __-_ng giant, he  was crush d  til �� .caking up time.    Those who I  ok j
to death, Ch�� body, being badly mutil-  part in the    program    were:    InBtru-
ihe.  remains  will   bt-  broug.it'mental selections. Miss Jardine, M.831
..__. Bessemer  Mills to  Reopen.
ON THY Or PI rBl A Saiut st0, Marle'out",lan'30,���rne
Ulv   till   UI   I ULUUl hBessemer open hearth mills of tne Al-
  goma Steel company, that have been
_        I closed during the last two weeks ow
Contraband Article is Car- j-g t0 a B_.ortage of pig iron win r.--
ried From Victoria to San,""11* operations on Friday morning.
Francisco���Is Seized.        iliquor dealers plan a
CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION
San .'ranclsco, Jan. 80,���The customs officials of this port have for
soma time suspected the existence of
a ring of opium smugglers operatng
ELATIVES, OF  MURDERED  MEN
PAID    INDEMNITY    CLAIMS
p*�� York, Jan. 30.���The committee
|r9teren_e and council, represent.ng
rrotestam missionary boards and
JleUes in the United States and Cm-
Vest" j.la;, made public t_e follow-
M|'': concerning the lndem-
(Im clausii of missionaries ,and mis-
ll;u'v boards for losses during the
Fw "���' ik In China.
ISenator Lodge reports that the en-
aniuun, paid out by the United
"'' ienl  for all claims that
t9."Presented Is $2,000,000. In this
I,' Washington   press    die-
l'"'     UUe thai  the most exhorbl-
1   ��� those of Hi
181 rli     rhe tact
' 'noludede the
ho  wer
 - Of the money paid
'      "�� Calms was for mi-sion
'' "">"<'���   chiefly    schools
:""1 iheir apparatus, j'ne
society on property ac-
":"'  '1 to nearly ||400,-
lima of iii ���  mlsslonari
topi rty co vi red
prahv    "cesIOWoed l)y them
'*")   libraries
U��d BlippH
F claims
N Stat^
e delivered at NVhite Horse,
May   15, t'nls year.
Materia] from the coast lor the hull
of a new steamer for the company for
handling barges also will be delivered
in March. The boat will Le ready for
���isc In June. The company is capitalized at $-1,000,000, mostly American
money. There Is sufficient capital
subscribed to start on a big scale, it
is one of the largest companies ever
organized, aside from the U/uggen-
heinis, for work in tlie north. Ogilvie ���
ls due on the Yukon this spring. He
Ig now  In San Francisco.
K. Lat-iaw; solos, Miss E. Stout, M ss on steamships  running   between   Vi
J-iird,   VV.   Morris;   duets,   \V.  A.   Mo
Leod   a;id   J.   S.   Hall;   re.iia.io.i,   A.
iluttltt; accompanist, Miss Vass.
During the course of the evening the
Jtev.  J.  S.   Henderson addressed the
loria, B. C, and San Francisco.
Martling  confirmation  of  tins  suspicion was obtained   yesterday  when
Uie custom house se;irchers found 2U0
ifive-tael tins    of   contra and   op.u.n
gathering, extending a hearty Invito,- ��� istowtd away on   top of  the   donkey
Edmonton,    J,an. 29.���Tile    railroad  ^oti to the many strangers present to  boiler of the steamship City Puebhj.
struggle which is manifesting itself i��� 'attend the Bible class meetings    he' 1      Opdum can be bought in Victoria "for
foe Fuget sound countrv in the Cana-  every    Sunday    afternoon,    Informing  about $8 a pound.   Duty paid it s   Is
_ian Pacific's projected' Seattle    Spo-' them   that     they    would    rec_lv.    a   here for about $14.00 a ppui
kane line and in the Crow's Nest coun-  hearty welcome and would be made t ,   tins found yesterda yweie about
try In the  Hill activity at  Morrissey | f��el at home by all the members. | i^unds of the drug,
The duty on the opium seized woul I
amount to about $000 and the capture
In the
10.)
Chicago, Jan. 30.-���A "campaign   ot
education'' on  the saloon question i-
to be pushed    through    t'ne    Unite I
States���this time not by the W. CV i.
U. or any law and order leagues, but
| by liquor dealers and their allies. The
' nature of the instruction also will dif-
'- fer from that familiar   through   the
campaigns of the teetotal crsaders.
The movement w,as given Impetus
last night at a meeting of the Manufacturers and Dealers' club of Illinois.
The object of the campaign is to
create a sentiment against die local
option laws.
ROBBERS GET $3000,  BUT
M.anslield, I)., Jan.
ter midnight last m
men entered the offlc
30,   Shortly at- |
jhl   two   masked
e of  the  Adams !
And along the Elk river is probably
more acute in the Canadian northwest
at the present time than anywher
else between the two sides of the continent and the developments that are
promised for this country for the
coining year bejir indications of bringing out the most rapid and spectacular
peries oi construction movement;
thai have ever been witnessed In Con-
luia, If not In America.
ERADICATING PESTS
FROM FRUIT TREES
TIGHTER  LID PLANNED     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
FOR CITY OF SPOKANE IIs oue of the largest made at, this poi\
  fn years.
Spokane,    Jan.    30.���Following  the |  " ~	
visit of a delegation of Hillyard mer-
1 chants who called on him to protest
'that he had discriminated in favor ot
I Spokane business men'in issuing or-
i dere last week for business men in
I country  towns  to  close  their places
HACKENSCHMIDT RETAINS ���
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Vancouver, Jan. 30.���The staff ol
Provincial Fruit Inspector Gunning-
ham is now at work making a thorough and complete inspection of ali
fruit trees in the city, with a view to
the eradication of the scales and pes f
which are evident to the trained ty_.
After the inspection directions are
given the owner in writing as to   tne
Wives of
s that the $2,-
claims of many
nol   missionaries
Fire at Fernie.
Fertile, B, ('., Jan. 30.���Two fires occurred   last   night.    The  first was at
the club house.    The brigade was cah-
  liners'ed out,  and soon had  the fire under
���tOOd   aboul   the   station   waiting   lor ; control.    While lighting the Ilames at
trains.    A  lag containing $40,000    lu'tne club house the brigade had ,a call
from Oldtown, where a house owned
Express company at the Union stati'm
here, knocked William Depew, the
agent, unconscious, and got away with |
$3(1011   while  nearly    titty     pasjen
London, Jan.  30.���George    Hacken
Schmidt,  the  Russian  lion,    defeated
(Joe Rogers,  American,  iu the wrest-
of    business,    Prosecuting    Attorney <"n6 match here today for the world's  ~ature _f ^ pe8t wlth    whlch    ,)ig
Tiarnhart today gave the constables of championship.   Hackeuschmldt gained   tree_  -_e affected( and    n,e    remed.
Spokane orders to notify every  business man in Spokane not protected oy
the Pierce code to close next Sunday.
gold   lying   near   ihe  $'���'���"""   was  OVei
looked by the robbers.
I''
aioni
Mine Purchase  Expected.
Grand Forks, li. C���   Jan. 30.   Dis
patches  today  from  Boston  bring  th-
es | startling    announcement     thai
liy the Crow's Nest Pass Coal com
pany, in which some Slavs were Hv
Ing, had also taken fire. The fir. had
loo much of a hold lefore the brigade
could arrive, and the house was burned  down   with   the   house    adjoining.
Men Wanted for R. N. W. M. P.
otuwa, Jan. 30.���The annua] report of the Commissioner of the R iyal
North-Went Mounted Police, pr. son ed
tu Parliament today, says Unit the
police, now numbering 66 Officers and
.Si non-coniniissioiied officers and
men, are not sufficient for the work
they  have to  accomplish.  New  teni
,lthe first two falls. The time of the m<& should be applied. Thirty days
first fall was 7 mlnut s, 35 seconds, ___ g,ve_ ,n whlch t_ fo���ow ^ ^
.bud that of the second ti minutes an.l 1^^. course_ ^ (Ujparlnlent wanl.
46 seconds. Hackenschmidt conse-, ,_g ^ ow_e_ ^ ^^ measilr,s
Uucntly retains the title of champion. ! w|��� be MloweA ,f lhe .ulvlcL8 are no,
.The match was under the catch-as _niiOWed
|catch-c,un  rules,  best  two    of    thre.
Jfalls, witli ten minutes rest periods
allowed between bouts.
lit
n soni.'f(jnini,v Consolidated company    is
.tit
'Household
Ftmeni
Rl i ss I
I'lR
lalina a
"nd  present negotiating for the Immediai .-
furnl- purchase of all the holdings of the
lS. as well as clothing, uni Ish  Columbia Copper company, as
"'"'  submitted   to  the   well  as  the  Dominion    Copper    com-
', "^'"xr In Pekin, ,)any.   ..ngineers of the Granby com-
' ;l  a<  Eair and just,L__.y ,,u-,.  at.  present, e
, ;.",1,1|' m" I" the stato iropertles to b,
BMUgton, when, any- official- here will not talk on the BU!>
,:l" exam|���0 them,  Jiect, which has created great. Interest,
ooards have nothing ,	
" lh".v conscious of] Medal for a Murderer.
' a!)olO~lM for." Chicago, Jan. 30.���A dispatch lo Th i
jxtunlning   the
purchased,     (ir.inbv
'un re were four people down with ^ory j8 being opened up, and on ac
fever in the burning house, and they count of the Inhuman practices of In
hail to be taken ont quickly. [ dians ln Ungaga aud Keewiatin, more
 > ' men are required. There has Been nn
The   Doctrine   of   Divorce. increase in crime.
Paris,  Jan.   30.-   Replying     to     the . .	
theme advanced by Paul Bourget Smith & Buckland have been a war i-
iu .lis new play. "Divorce," which was ed the contract for the erection of t'a ���
given In this city last night, M. Aris- new telephone building on   Chirks   i
Inspector Cunningham states that a
large number of the garden orchards
of the city are Infected with' jiist*
which, unless controlled at t'nis season, will develop during the year and
luin not only the orchar.i In which
)they are now found, but the trees of
neighbors as well. He states that h<-
is In earnest lu his campaign, and
t_,at wnere owners do not show "any
.'���   urni
'injury
Nineteen aam<s were y.sterday ad I
ed to the membership role of tlie loca,
lodge of tne Canadian Order of Chcscu
Friends, these having bee.i induced
to join chiefly through the Instrun.en
(tallty of J. W. MacDonald and Mis.
W. C. Coatham, these two being ad-
dudged the winners In a comiKtition .lnttntion of carrying out the depart-
.uagumtod for the purpose of lncreas- meiU's ordtrs' he ln,end8 to summons
lug the numerical strength of tiio jthe o^enders under the provincial act.
Hodge,   prizes consisting  of  hands .ine '' ~"
electro silver tableware and st.'.n.a.dj Charmer Most to Blame,
jlamb being    awarded  to the   nam.dj    Victoria, Jan. 30.���Mr. Justice Mai-
jabove. It is expected  that the lodge Un yesterday afternoon handed down
tide  Brland,  the  Minister  of Justice street, tueir tender, $0500, being th
and Worsiup, practically comes out in lowest.   The   other   tenders   for thej/wiu nave a membership of over ono'his decision on the    Charmer-Tartar
;,collision.    Pilot Jones, of the Tartar,
"aly Di5^rages Emigration.
pin-
Pgh
the
^^  The
"Migration
""��"">��� notice
Record-Herald from St. Ixmis says:
Alter returning a verdict ofjus'lfl-
cable homicide last night, the Jurors
in the iiuiuesi over the body of Qua
Kind, a negro, started a subscription
to buy ,a gold medal for htt   slayer,
had
favor of trial marriages. He endorse work,  some  seven  In  all, ranged  all   _Uudred within  tho  next" few  we
the idea of the gradual evolution of .the way to $0000.    The tender, how-1   jiwaa ceMured|  and  Cal)taln  W-rtrley,
the   doctrines   of   divorce,   until   the ever, was only for the completion o;'.            Big Indian Passes Away.            of the Charmer, was censured severe-
poinl   is   reached   where   a   marriage part of the building, the B. C. Tele-      Old Chief Capilano is dead.   This is'|y.   Captain Reed, of the Tartar, was
may be'contracted for a specified per- phone company ,at first Intending to! the   venerable    gentleman    who   for I exonerated,   and   commended   highly
lod under legal safeguards, protecting (leave the attic until    later.   It   has] many yeiars wag tnt, |U,,l(i ot ^ in-jj--    j,ia   'seamanlike    conduct.   The
government,
office, has Ir
raging ,., ���     With t1le <)bJect of
��� I thellnlled  _ =^^^^-_-_------___________________________________________________________________________^^
, ,     �� stales    that   the ! josol,h x. "volkman, who   had    found   the true  character of their partners, not all go to the contractor, however.
'h'l ii.,,. 1.|.l'in  "w Y<)lk ha_ t'.e-jtne negro fobbing Volkman's lioiu ' a;   ami that  il  Is unnatunal and Intoler the company supplying   the   pressed
"""' *hr,( tl K   a,ians to remain' Webster Grove    a suburb.   The   Jury   able to expect  an  Ill-mated  pab-  to brick and some-other material
��� -.������,,./,    �� P��wni ln4h8trtal|aMoun-ed   that   It
In the i ,,f WOr>< con
1 n;'ed 8tat-B,
i
folkman   had
service,
the Interests of both parties. He de- since been decided to complete the en-! _jans on the reserve at tho mouth of court was unanimous in holding that
dares it is ImposslM- for those about 'tire building, which will bring the ] the Capilano river. He was 85 years'_oth vessels were to blame for travel-
to enter  upon  this relation to know  cost up to probably $8000.   T-iB will   cf age and his death, which occurred j_ng too fast In a fog, but the Charmer
11181 nl-ht. was due to senile dcoayJ^WW most ,at fault. No order was
Some years ,ago, on the advice of the made f0r coats, as both belonged to
late Bishop Durieu, he abdicated oa'th* same company. The Judge did
account of age an I intimities, and tfai^ot consider the blame sufficient to
present chief.    Joe Capilano was ap .Justify the cancellation of any cert 111-
Th e.
consl.l red   Uiatjflrag out  a miserable existence- be    new   central   office   will   probably   te
the community  ���" ! cause they blundered in entering) upoa revidy for the installation of -t-Ohltt"
I Hie most vital relation In life.   ,���
er> early in May.
pointed to reign in h'-s stead.
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MUSIC AS AN AID
IG MEDICAL ART
Bellingham Hospital Has
Musical Services for Benefit of Patients.
Bel .-. am, Jan. I Musi - i ���-..
Introduced at St. Luke's hospital a-
an aid to the science of medicine and
surgery. Sweet notes of beautiful
hymns, mingled with the tones of the
organ, ftoal through the corridors and.
into the rooms of the patients, bringing cheer and courage. The introduction of music Into the hospital as an
aid to :1.'> doctors and nurses is ian
experiment, bul according to the Rev.
a. \v. Cheatham, head of the institution, there Is no r lason why it
'-iimiM not succeed trom a phy-' i-
logical  viewpoint.
So far the effect of the musical s ir-
\ ci b have been more than Battel ic
lory. Patients who liave grown tired
of gazing at the white walls and hear
in- only the sounds of the passing]
nurses or the voices of others who are
in distress, have welcomed the strains
of music. When the doors of the different departments are left open thej]
patients can hear the services as well
as If they were In a church, while in
blher rooms, where patients are c n
fined to whom the usual sounds mislU
be disturbing, Ht<- doors arc closed
and the music comes low and soft
to their oars.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 30.���Army officials have been advised that troops
/will be massed on the Pacific coast
when Admiral Evans' fleet arrives,
'litis order is considered significant
among military men and is taken to
mean that possibilities of hostilities
with Japan are not as remote as hive
been deemed by speeches at Washing.
ton.
Th. First Woman Whip.
Who was the ilrs4 "femme cochere?"
To the Princess de Metternlch, n lady
of qnnlity In the fullest meaning of the
word, who flourished under the second
empire, this honor must be accorded,
says the London Chronicle. For In
the days when the woman whip was n
very rare spectacle Indeed this dauntless danie was frequently to be seen
driving her phaeton through Paris.
One day two facetious youths took It
Into their heads to signal to her. "I'st,
cochere!" The princess entered into the
spirit of the joke. She drew up. "By
the hour," said the two, seating (lieip-
selves. "Where?" "Hois de Boulogne."
She whipped up without another word
and drove off to the Bols. After a silent tour of something over on hour the
merry twain began to tire nnd asked
to be put down. "Very good, citizens,"
suid tlie "cochere," depositing them and
holding out her hand. "My fa��e ls 1100
francs per hour for my poor." In tho
t>v��?nt the laugh proved to be on her
side.
Rickshaws and Dandiat.
In tlie mountain districts of lu.lin
the   principal    vehicles   of   passenger
conveyance nre the riekshnw and the
dandy,  with  which Rudyard  Kipling
has made us familiar.   The rickshaw
Is    pushed    and    pulled    through    the
streets and ou  the ronds  leading out
into the country  by  four coolies, and
the   dandy   is   carried   on   the   shoulders of four an.l sometimes six coolies.
Saddle ponies nre also used lo some extent, but most of the Inhabitants and
quite all visitors use the rickshaw and
dandy.    The  latter  Is  constructed  oa
the plan of n sleigh box, but longer.  A
pole is attach.-d fore and al't, which is
long enough to give a sprlugy motion j
when the coolies arc walking and trot- I
ting.   A crosspleco rests mi the Blioul- |
'ii-rs nt the coolies and is shifted now
ami then from one sh mldor to the oth- [
or tor rest.    By the command of the
COOly in charge this shirt Is made si
multaneously.
Castle G.rdon.
Castle linni-Mi was built by the Unit- j
ed   States  In   1807   from  the plain  of
Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Williams.
C, ES., and was called Fort Clinton.   In
1N__ It was ceded to New York city.  In
1824 it became a place of amusement
and about ]*'-*' goi Hi*1 mime of Castle
Garden.  In 1 s-4r, there were Ethiopian I
minstrels  there,   In   1847-48  theatrical
companies played there,  and  In   1860
Jenny l.ln.l sang there,  in 18o"> It was i
dosed as a place of amusement, and i
the commissioners of Immigration took
It as an Immigrant depot.   In   1870 it
suffered from fire, and on July 0, 1S7(>,
It was burned to the ground.   It wns ,
rebuilt at once.   In 1892 the depot was !
moved to Ellis Island, and Castle Garden reverted to the city, which In 18HC
opened nn aquarium there.
A Well Meant Suggestion.
At an "at home" given by a York- j
shire gentleman's wife an outside man- j
servant had to do duty for a butler.
The man was astoulshe.1 at the thin
Slices of broad and butter with which
Ue served his mistress' guests. As be
was serving an ancient dowager for
the fourth time he said to her lu a |
voice that was meant for a whisper,
but which was audible to the whole
room, "If yer slaps three or four slices
together, mum, maybe yer can got a
bite."���London Telegraph,
JOHNSTO
Mammoth   Alteration   Shoe   Sale
"Shoes at Factory Prices!" --- "No Profits For Us!"
People have been quick to take advantage of the Great Sale
of shoes which is now on. Yesterday, (Thursday), our
store was crowded from early morning until closing time
with dozens of customers, every one of whom bought largely
and were agreeably surprised at the Great Bargains offered.
Just last Thursday, we started our sale and we can truthfully say���It has, by far, exceeded our expectations as a
RECORD-BREAKER SHOE SALE. We don't know exactly when the alterations to our store will be completed, but
until they are, we are going to dish out the shoes at Wholesale Prices. We are cramped for room and the Spring
Goods are knocking at our door.
INote These Prices, Then���Stay Away
���If You  Can
FOR 50c A  PAIR
Children's Vici Kid Slippers���some
Patents, Kid and Tan. About 100 pairs
to pick from of our regular $1.00 lines.
Children's French Felt Slippers���
Warm and Comfortable, sizes 4 to 10.
Our regular 7oc and flOc lints.
Baby's Soft Sole Moots. Regular
65c and 75c lines.
30 pairs Boys' Oongola House Slippers.     Regular  $1.00   goods.
2
FOR   $1.00
A PAIR
A  line of  Women's $..(
10 Black Ox-
fords.
Some odd sizes ir
Women's
��� $1.50
Strap   Slippers.
Some Women's Bu
tton
Boots,
of our
regular $15.00 lines.
Some Men's $1.2J
aud
$1.50
Hou.-o
Slippers.
Women's $1.50  Fe
It SI
ppers
BO  al-
so for $1.00.
3
FOR  $1.50 A  PAIR
60
ialr  Women's   Box  C
ill'
Lace
BooU
Our   $2.50  goods.
30 i
airs of Women's Fine
Kid
Lace
Boots.
Our $2.50 Special makes.
120
pairs   Boy's   Boots,
The
reg-
ular prices on same being f
rom
$2.25
to $3.
25.
Men
's $2.50 and $:>.oo Mt
dium
and
Heavy
Boots  going  for  $1.
50.
FOR   2.50   A   PAIR
About 75 pairs of Women's Tan and
Black $1.00 Oxfords.   Some our rei
best, makes,
90 pairs Women's $8.50 Boots il.,'.
and  light weights.
75 pairs Men's working Boots
Some of our $".50 .-and $4.00 lines.
30 pairs Men's $:i.50 Blucher Cul
Boots. Some Box Calf and others
Kid.
FOR $3.50 A PAIR
90 pairs Women's "Johnson Bros."
American Lace Boots The finest
Goodyear and Turn Sole Shoes in the
store, and our every day sellers for
$4.50.
76 pairs Women's American make
of $4.50 and $5.00 Patent Leather
Boots going for the low price of $3.50.
Men's $4.50 and $5 lines of "Keen"
and "High Merit." Boots, also for $3.00.
6
FOR $4.00 A  PAIR
Geo.  t
V.   Slater's   "Invictus"   Patent
,-eather
Blucher Boots. Our -$6 lines.
Marsh
"High   Merit"   $5.50     Men's
Patents.
A swell shoe for young fel-
lows.
Men's
Kangaroo     Leather     lined
Bluchers
A $6 value for $4.
Men's
$5.50  Working  Boots  for  $1.
Men's
$4.50 Hum  Boots  for $1.
How Do These Prices Strike
You?
REMEMBER���We have only quoted six specials To-day.
We have fifteen large Bargain Tables arranged throughout
the store, everyone of which is loaded down with shoes of every description and prices marked plain)
THIS SALE IS GENUINE���We are not running any bluff. We Do As We Advertise���No matter w
shoe want may be, you can rely on getting shoes at Factory Prices during this Great Alteration Sale.
ppFi-T-v   GOOD   PROPOSITION���EM ?	
on large yellow lickets.
0 you are or what your
NS1WS Big Shoe House
LIMITED
Sign of the Big Electric Boot       Look For the Big Yellow Signs New Westminster, B. C.
CHAPLAIN'S PRAYER IS hand    clapping    and    laughter    were .that Thy Kingdom may come and Th- \
heard from various directions.     The  Will be done on Earth as it    Is    in i
APPLAUDED IN   SENATE JJJJ^ r__. Heaven.    Pop q^,. 8aUe   Am_n ���
Washington. Jan. 80.-The most nn-'    "Go��d ^rd- **** ����� Wfi ��<*	
_    Thee, from he Jingo, the demagogue, Smallpox in Hamilton. facial, scalp, or body treatments alvnn
usual    spectacle    of    applauding    '""   ^   *,g()t and a���    oUwr    undesirable      Hamilton,    Jan.    ISO-Several    mor, | g     "
prayer of the chaplain occurred in the j'-itlMn8i atu_ give    us   instead,    tue '-ases of smallpox, one ot which will  m your own home.   Also manlcurln-
House of Representatives today.   The  patriot,   the  statesman,    the    broad- 'probably re.sult fatally, have been re-,
chaplain had barely concluded, when minded, generous-heartsd. maul,  man,  ported to the haalt department. For engagement ring up A 339. '    ���
R. MILES & CO-
Pluibefs, Gas and Hoi Water WII
Repa r.t ( f all kinds given !.��<*
tentijn. Sewer connections niatle.
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Moderate Charges. Phone
Front St. N��w Westmi
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Sal
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5fr7/ Goes On
Mens Suits
Regular $9.00'values,  now $5.00
Regular $12.00 values, now $6.00
Regular $15.00 values,   now $7.50
Men's Mackintosh Overcoats
Some with Capes
$5.00 values going for $2.50
$12.00 values going for $6.00
$14.00 values going for $7.00
50 doz* Black Wool Sox
Regular 25c values,  while the great sale
lasts, 2 pair for 25c
Fancy Vests
Knitted and  Fancy Cashmere, to clear
at Half  Price
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
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LOTS
IN BURNABY
Threi  minutes from car line, with fine view, 50 by  160 feet      A
chance nol to be missed.   For ili'.'s $16 cash, balance $."> a month.
P. PEEBLES feL
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
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cwest    snd rr<t idea*
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and   LUXUR.       It   is   lighted   with
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- cc,n'pm<-rit   consists   of
private    --.vr.-. ..::mrnt   cars,    standard
16 section  sleepers, luxurious  din-.ns
��r, reclining chair cars (seat* free),
modern   day   coaches   and   hutTct,   li
���>jar>  _nd  smoking cars.
I    ���   Time  Tab'.r--.   Folders,  or   any
fur:b.-r information ."all on or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERA I   \GENT,
��JO -~ri-ond Avenue Seattle.  W����h
sunlight
soap
five
cents
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the   toil   *��>mmon    soaps
Gel    Sunlight   ��Wp
and  folio*   iiir��vi.ons.
DO roc/ POSSESS
that ccrnfortable feeiing ol  having a SaA
ing- Account?
nil' NECESSIT- of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
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Trains & Steamers ROYAL BANK of CANADA
.' P 11    MAIN  LINK.
Leave New Wastmmstei v 86, 11:56,
IE 15. 17 2". 18:40,
Arrive \- n \\< gtmlnster 10 86
l_ 15, 16:30, 18:25, 19 36.
Overland express arrives 18:46
eaves 16 16.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
i.v. n. \v. 9.20 ii.ni.: .-ir. Beattle 4 p.m
l.v. N. w. 4.86 p.m.; ,-ir. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V.  W. _   y,   VANCOUVER
l.v. N   W  11 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
1 t.v. Vancouver 8.:ir> n.m.. and 4 p.m,
O. \   R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave N'ew Westminster 3:60 p.m.,
at rive Oulchon 6 p.m.
Leave Oulchon 6 :i  m . arrive New
M. a  Westminster 8:80 a  m
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
II.  C.   I'.l.KCTKlC-VANCOUVEK.
Lv. New Westminster 6.60, 6.50, l
ind 8 a. m., and ev(-ry bi.lf hour thereafter till U  ii. m.
Lv. Vancouver Tor Weatmlnater at
��;ime heurs
invites you to join the larg. number of satisfied Depositors,
INTEREST ADDED 4 VlMl-'S A YK.AK
Pal your monej where it (a accessible whefi ye i       lire it,
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECtALTV
S_ .RT \<u\    DON't DELAY,
New w r STMINS11 i, BRAXi h,
r.  B.   LYLE.   MRr.
Mail Service
See Our Bargain Counter
Trappt. by ���  Picture.
a -t___-i an 1'iiveiMr. <f__ was once
a painter ol consider--), repute, <��*_
ransacking �� ho_B_ wiu-n h<> c-mi��
Heroes tlie portrtft oi  n verj  beaUtlM
-��� ���   _ woman w-hich he_ bwn len __
fiei lied by the arti��i He began ttt-dd
tin- tin ';r ig i >tt. hes te tbe pitture and
wt\* discortivd har_ at  Work  hy  the
owner Of tile li.m=P, nllii pt.tiiptlj sent
Pot the ivliee.
Too Eaty.
MisS Cicero   Here |_ an p\auiplp for
jroU, Willie: A boj =l(nt��e two miles the
Bral  -lily,  three miles til*3 seeOtt-  day.
���   niilps   the  third   -1 <- \\ illi<>
i , ouW bea.1 del e-ampi. w i-':
-"1 half lr\lm;    Smith's >las:t"inp
Buys any article on the table consisting of enlarge variety
of China and Glasswaro ranging in price from
35c lo $1.00
Hurry. Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up,
Tho good housewife llke=. the "One-
minute Washer" tecaoie It does \U
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
r- J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
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FOR SALE.....
: DI patched by C, P, R. train al  8 35
u. in ; close S a, m.
Sumaa and Seattle, via Huntingdon
dally
Millside    NO,     I.    dally    BXCepI    SUO
day;   Sapperton  No,   I, dallo   excep1
Bunday,    Mads Received at ,;'-���' 0 ffl
[ Dispatched  by B, C, Bleetrlc rallwu:
Co., 7: (6 ti. ui.:
Vancouver, No. i, dallyexcept Su��
davs.   Return tii^'i received B a, tn.
Dispatched by G.N.R, train, i ir, a m
Cloverdale,    Nlcomekl,  Porl   KelH
' ii;i/.-in.- e.   Hall's  Prairie,    Bon  A
i uni, ,     ue and  Boattle  (all   polnn
in  Washington  and  south,   alio  all
points  in eastern  states),    dally  <x
- e ���  Bunday    Return mail., reoel ���- I
at 3:30 p, tn.
Clayton, Tuesdays nnd Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Sir r
davH.   Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B, ''. Electric mllw.y
10:30 ii. in-:
Vancouver No, i:  v'irtr,rin. No   i
Central    Park,   daily   except   SimiU.
Return iiuiii received at 2 p, m
Dispatched by carrier, i.'���'���', '>. m i
Last Burnaby, dally except _unds>
Return mails received a* 111 fl p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12-00 n.Km:
Timberiand, Tuespuys and Friday*
Return mails received Tuesdays aac
Fridays.
Dispatched by C P. R  !"��' ' "-'> P m
daily   I   loses  toil     at   tlie
i Ime  luring niBler - 'nl Mi
Ladner,    Weethsun    island.    Po
Gnicbon,   Bteveston,   Bnnbury,   d i
exrfpt Sunday.    Rffiirn  malls  r-r'-'i <
ct\   from   2  a.   rn   *n   11   a.  m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Sator
toy. Return mall on Wednesdays ar. :
8a t onlays.
Vancouver, So.  t;   Victoria,  No." 2
and  Rurnaby Lake;  closes ar g; |
m.;   daily -X-C*p<   Sunday.       Rett)
malla re reived at 8  p. m.
Burnaby    lake.      Return     mail     a-
2 p. m.
Diaparr.hed by SJf. Fyler, 4 p   m.
To sour hern    points,    dally  ___ep'
Sunday.    Return mail   11   p.  m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train ar. .:1S
m.. mail cliwea at 2::��0 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 9R  I
p. R. east, second mail). Return ma::
received ar. I  p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqiilt.Iam. daily except Sunday. Re-
-,irn mail received at. 1 p. m.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Condensed
Advertisements
ryo kk\ r     FIVE   ROOMfetl   <'"T
A    taae. new. |i_.oo pn month  i,,v
mediftle pOB_e-siirjh   ^pplj P Pt ebles
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modeln  ii _nlt bees.   - .������>>.      .giie.
an. bufiferlh streets    -pplj _t btmse
bet*, eh :- abd fl p m    \\   Wnlsli.
Phone 97.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve lund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
B.  K   WAI.KICR.  President. ALIX,   LAIIIH   lletieral   Manager.
A general IliinkiiiK business transacted,    Accounts  may be  opened  an.l  conducted by mail with nil IuhiicIicb of (hio bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits rf $1 and upwards received, lntere_tallo��ved al current ratea ������#���
ncldccl ��iunrl��*rly. The depositor ir stibjei-t to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit,
NEW WKRTMINSTRR BRANCH    H. R. DAVIP-90N, Manager
T OI L E T= and = Carriage
SPONGES
A  NEW  LOT  JUST   IN.   AT
Ryall's Drug Store
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GUley Bros., Ltd.
WMOLUiAtilD AND RfTAfl.   Ok.-iLBRS in
Wellington Coal, Van. Portlan.) Cemsnt, Rosebank Lime, 8. C. Pot-
tsry Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile. Terrs Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Presse'l,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire '-lay, Qarteraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal. Common Br -k   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
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.pplj   safe," r D  Boj 893
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vacehei-fi  for  yoUtl.    men     n-ltli
hl.eli Bch-ti] educalhui: good H i-d
essetiHal Api'ly Flnune ,' Hb* flflfl
Dally   News olTlce, ell.v.
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pMSITRiN WANTFIl AR WORK-
*- lne iKuisekeeper; eoid pook
Apply  Rt   News office.
| AKOF FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
*-J nfter .Innttnry.lst. Corner 4th
Ave. and fith street. All conveniences.
J- HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tfl. 113. OfHee, eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   ���.   O.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
tor Marks
Dteraifs
COFVntOHTS Ac.
Anronc Ken.Ins a ekotch nn. _p��crlpH,'>n tn��y
qulolilf nacertaln our opinion freo whether _u
mvoniton Is prohnWr pjitentable, Conimunlea.
Uonmiriotlrconadent.ini. HANDBOOK on Pateiiti
ncnt Irpe. Otilort apency for nocunutf
I'-m-iin taken through Munn A (
uptcM notire, without oh��njo. In the
Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   |
,:"    ���"���" any part of the city. |
C. WILLIAMS
I Second St.
'Phone 333
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Opera House Bookings.
Kerry  (low    Feb. i'��
Dream City   Mar.   2
31. In New York  April 1
The   Burgtumasser April 8
A College Boy    ..May 187
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL #14,400,000.00
RESERVE       |11,000,000.00
Srs-ches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   Jen-
era! Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents In ail Darts of the
World,
t-vlnos Bank Department.    Deposits received in sums of \\ and upwarda,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per acnum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over ��lf,8,000.000.00.
NIW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.  \     q. a BRYMNBR. Manager.
Scientific American.
A hiimlseinelr illustrate- weekly. Largest oir-
cutailon -,f any sciontlflo Journal. Terms for
Cmio'la, <-i.7S a year, postaeo prepaid.    Bold W
all It.-iKtr.TilTB.
Canadian Pacific
;     RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
; AMERICA, running through first class
j sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
i daily at 3:16;   makes    close connec-
tions for all Kootenay points and also
i St.  Paul,  Chicago and  other United
States points.
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Agent, New Westminster
or to E, J. COYLB,
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PAGE  FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FnlCA
THE DAILY NEws
Published .-)  the Dally News l i
llshln     I my,   Limited,   at   thu:i
offices, cornei  ot   s.xth   and   I   ���
streets, New  Westminster.  B.  C
WINDSOR SALT u made in
Canada. Coils r.o pure loan the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
E. a. Paige.
.Managing  Direttcr
-
FRIDAY,   JAN.   31.   1908.
MAY  QUEEN'S  FUND.
The .d.a.\  Queen,  .Miss Annie Tidy
and the girls who are acting With her   transacted and concluded hy our said
have b i themselves a  task   ol    no   commissioners, procurators, and pleni-
potentlarles shall, subject,   if   neces-
power and authority to treat, aiju--:
and conclude with such Minister or
Mlnlst. ra .is m iy t< ��� -' d with similar power and authority by our good
friend the President of the French
R any treaty, convention or
��� thai may tend to the at-l
talnmeni -if the above mentioned end,	
and to s:.rn tor us in our name svery-  "    "" ���
... . , i   _   _ Theatre   Manage-s  Fined.
thins *" agreed upon and concluded,
and to do and transact all such oth r     Tacoma, Jan. 30.���The managera -
matters as may apperlaii   thereto, in'^^   *rariou    ''!'at,vs    cnar8ed    "V[[
as ample manner and form and with violating tho  Sunday    closing    ,aws
I  force and effld ncj  as we our- nave been f'',lind f-'uU.,y aad infd *30
selves could do if personally present; each'   Tne cases will*be appealed.
��� '!'���;, ;iug and promising upon on;- ������ \   ���  	
al word that whatever things s'aall he M^-lTTI^^ B~~
LAST
oi
small magnitude, that of" raising
twelve hundred dollars to thoroughly
equip tne children's ward In the " w
>ai;.ai Columbian hospital, and t-ey
are going about it with an enthusiasai
and energy thai might be emulated i>>
I'iio older heads of the Royal City.
Alreadj some t^Ml hundred dollars
have been handed t<i the wearers cf
the "Red Cross'' and the concert ih\>
fcut on last nlghl will augmenl the
Subscription list considerably.' it Is
pleasing to find in ;liis age, when the
youth generally are trying to gel to
(themselves the most oui of Uf-, i
movement %i> unique In s i tar as British Columbia is concerned, call ng for
sacrifices of time and amus meat In
ian endeavor to give to the youth of
generations yet to come a thoroughly
Bud scientltlcally equipped ward of
twelve cots and it Is to 1 e hoped that
line young men of the city will see
Ke site for  wharf and   bo ��m o.i   the
stry. to our ratification, he agreed to, Fraser river, near Xew West..!!.
acknowledged  and  accepted by us in ster, B. C.
the fullest manner, and that we will NOTICE is hereby give., tn,at cm
n ver suffer, either in whole or in part undersigned, 11. G. Barnet an ! Hu_ i
any person whatsoever to infringe fhe uicDonald, Loth of the city of New
same, or to act contrary thereto, as Westminster, in the province of Brit
far as it lies in our power. j ish Columbia, null owners, having ap-
"In witness w her, of we have caused 1)llied lo _jfl excellency t.ie govern, r-
the c.re/.it Seal of the United Kingdom' general-in-councll, tor the approval oi
of Qreal Brltadn and Ireland to te a certain Bite tor the eons,ruction of
affixed to these presents, which we a certa._ wiiarI -md boom, situate on
have signed  with our royal hajid."      j Uu, BOUtn side o�� Lulu u\.dm\, on i:
Such an absolute delegation of au- shoru o�� the 6>raser river, hive d -
thority in the domall of treaty making UOHiu,(1 U:1Ul Uu_, honorabl . the minis a highly interesting phase of de ister 0f public works at Ottawa, plans
velopmenl in colonial government.-] of said whar�� and boonii wUicll i:��� ,
N'ew York  "Sun."
THIS WEEK ENDS OUR GREAT
Stock Reducing  oaie
Of Men's and Boys9 Suits and Overcoats
And the chance to secure some of the
Wonderful Bargains that we have been
t   handing over to our patrons for the last
two weeks, will be gone forever
Saturday Night, February 1,
AT 10 P. M.. ENDS THIS GREAT SALE
propose to construct on Laud coven d
with water, lying south of lot 757, in
group I, in the district of New Westminster and province aforesaid, to-
1 gether with a description of the pro-
Seattle, Jan. 20.���Nothing of a! posed site thereof described by mates
io it thai ere May Day tomes not one tangible nature affecting tbe con-' and bounds; and have also deposit d i
ttollar will be wanting to complete (roVersy between the transcontinental duplicate of each in the office of tne
the sum the fair  daughters of New va p-,,;,,^ an_ __e lumber Interests ot j registrar of deeds for the said district
RATE DIFFICULTY IS
NOW   BEYOND   COMPROMISE
H. L. DeBECiL TheClgthier
Opposite Post Office.
New Westminster, B. C.
Westminster  wish to  place  ln    the
(lands of the  Hospital   Hoard.    The
the Pacific Northwest is exected    Dy
ithe mill men to result from    the    ap-
of N'ew Westminster, in which district
said work is proposed to be construct-
liuisness-like   way   of   having   an   ac- liroaChing visit to Seattle of .lames J. | ed;  in accordance with the    require-
count  for the   fund  at   the  Bank or j-jij   of  lhp    Greal     No'_t_etn,    and' ments of section 7 of the "Navigable
[Montreal is worthy of note as also Is Howard Elliott, president of the Nor-] Waters'   Protection   Act,"  Chap.   115,
fee determination to gather it without jiloni  pacific. ' R- S. Can. 1906.
flie   usual   hold-up   of    Un1    business  . .  Dated at New Westminster,   B.  ('.,
houses. ,    _, ,.,'.'���.. i the 50th day of January, 1908.,
To Ransom  Kaid McLean.
Tangier, Jan, 30.���The British con-'
CANADA AS A TREATY MAKER     8ul has gono lo |_arac_ , with the ran j
T'he   text  of. the   provisional   trade jsom  money, said  to  be  $1011,000. for .
agreement, now in process of negociat- t|a. release of General Sir Henry Mc-
ing between this country and France ,T_ean  from  the  hands  of  tha  bandit !
lias  not   yet   been made  public.  From Wiief  Raisuli.    A  s'ttlem ni     Is    ex-
what is known about it there is rea- pected next week.
son   to'   believe   thai    Canada,   In   her  ��� -" -^ ;
recently effected treaty with France,
has secured advantages which are beyond our reach. Under the new
Franco-Canadian convention Canada
gives to France the benefit of her intermediate tariff in ninety-eight Items,
and concessions below tlr? Intermed ate
nates on a number of French specialties. France gave Canada her minimum rates on 132 items, including
nearly all the products of field and
farm, fish, wood-pulp and various
manufactured   articles.
We sincerely hope that the convention may prove highly profitable to
our neighbors across the border, and
we see no reason why timorous souls
on this side the line should have any
h. g. barnet,
hugh    Mcdonald.
NOTICE
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily  News  Block.     Phcn; 338.
^gpag-ggR iiiM-im___i_is___r
On and after
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants MARCH 2,  1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
For the  Farm. Garden,  Lawn cr Conservatory.
Reliable varleths at reasonable
prices. No bor rs; no scale; no fumigation to damage stock. No windy,
agents to annoy you. Buj direct and
get trees and seeds that grow. !
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps. Spraying ��� Materials, Cut|
Flowers, etc.    Oldest established nur-
HAMS at
18C Per ">-
Of Interest
To Men
I ,.m opening a tailor simp in  this   city   l-'.-bru r..   1.    For many
years 1 haw- made the clothes of the particular men of N-��� ���-    l
ster in my Vancouver store.
I thank you for your support  under conditions of dlsad I
ter the first of the month I promise  you  clothing  sucl you will
appreciate made right here at home.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Kighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE B 284
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors.
MORGAN
Opp. Post Office
New Westminster, B.C.
series on the mainland of B. C. Catalogue free.
tear of disastrous inroads on our sales'M. I.   Hdiry'S   N-TSerieS
I
jChas. S. Richmondji jhey j-y fo-DayI
CHOICE BEEF
to France by reason of the Franco-
UanaJlan convention. Even were our
trade to be seriously affected we
should have no right to complain.
Canada is ready at any time to respond to overtures for closer trade relations with this country, and if we
see fit to shut our door in her face
it is not for us to crltlze if she seeks
markets elsewhere. It is her privilege
to do so, and we hoge she will find
profit, in the exercise of it. France,
considering its population, Is nol a
notably heavy buyer of sich merchandise as Canada his to sell. The industry of Its people supplies the larger
fflrl of its requirements In the line of
foodstuffs, provisions and manufacture goods.
An     interesting     Incident     in   the
Franco-Canadian   convention  appears
in the fact that Canadians negotiated
It,  although   Cana I i   is   nol   a   treaty j ���
making  power.    Tais   variation   from
Greenhouses and   Seed Houiee.
3010 Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
VISIT...
The New Optical Parlors,
and have your eyes tested
FREE.
w. GirroRD
OPTICIAW..
Columbia    Street, New  Westminster.
THE FIRST SPECIAL SHIPMENT     OF     EARLY     SPRING
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES
AND PATTERNS. THEY ARE
HtCiH CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND \YE INnTE
YOUR   INSPECTION   AT
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
Phone 192
Tbe UNION TAILOR SHOP
J. N. AITCHISON    Columbia Street
QOOKSLETS
Well Known
Souvenir
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Furniture
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1 Wedding Presents i
I POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-mt
4 RICH  CUT  GLASS. STERLING    SILVER    GOODS.    BRASS    AND   ��      Qfl   Sale  at
COPPER GOOOS^ FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA,
and last but not least, we are sol* agents for
THE  PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, T_______i_
Agent Hamilton Watches
ihe CUStOmjary procedure by which a
treaty negotiations affecting colonies ���
are conducted Jiy officials of the moth- ���
er country was the result of the foi- "
lowing commission, dated August S,
1907, and signed by King Edward:
"Whereas for the better treating!
of and arranging certain matters
which are now in discussion between ,,������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*������������������������������������������
us and our good friend the President. ��� - -        ' -   " ~   -
of   the   French   Republic,   respecting +�������������������>>����������>������������������������<
commercial  relations  between  France $
(ind Canada we have judged it exped
ient   to  invest   lit   persons   with   full 4
power   to conduct the said discussion ? Imterurban   Line.
on our part;   know ye therefore that |[   _._.   f()f  Vancouver  and    wav
stations  will run every halt-
ii Electric Railway Service
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamoirs  Cigar   Divan
[ or Advertise the town we live in ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi-r
j    friends.
1 . _ I
W�� IN. Draper!
B. C. Land
Surveyor
fcll-rd Block.   N.w Weatmlnat-r. ��.C
i
we, reposing special  trust and confidence in the wisdom, loyalty, dl-genOe!' I
and circumspection of our trusty and
well  beloved, the Hon.  William  Stev
ens Fielding, Minister of Finance for <>   (Last car lv
Canada, and our trusty and well be-   ,
loved the Hon. Ix>uis Philippe Bro.leur ,,
Minister of Marine iand Fisheries for ((
-Canada,   have   named,   made constituted     and   appointed,   as  we do  by
these presents name, make constitute
and appoint them our undoubted.commissioners,   procurators  and   plenipotentiaries
hour   from   5:50 a. ra.    Last
car leaves at 11  p. 111.
Vancouver 11:.:;��.)
Cars leave t&e depot .very
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   bait-nourty between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ::
giving  them  all  maner of  l**i4*}4t,t.******.****44*4444J+*.*.*.*.********'**+****'44444*.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
1 ers In Ladles' and Gents'
.  PINE HAIR GOODS
i
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching   and Dyeing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
43S Granville 8t.        Vancouver, B. C.
SALES OF THIS NATURE ONLY COME ONCE IN A LONG. LONG
TIME. WE ARE CLOSHO OUT OUR BUSINESS AND THIS ll
YOUR OPPORTUNITY T .REPLACE OLD AND WORN OUT'
FURNITURE, CARPET.. LINOLEUMS, AND OILCLOTHS ABSOLUTELY
1
AT COST
THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE    UNTIL   EVERYTHING   IS ��|S
POSED  OF FOR CASH.    THOSE   WHO   KNOW   U3   KNOW THAT j
THIS  IS NO  "DISASTER,"  BUT   A   GENUINE   DESIRE   ON   0-* i
PART TO DISPOSE OF OUR   ENTIRE STOCK AS SOON AS P��$
SIBLE.
W. E. PALES
THE   OLD   RELIABLE
FURNITURE   MAN...
Columbia St. rvC/v Westminster j
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS   ADVERTISE IN THE DAI-V v ���? o~-
JAN. 31.
1908.
THE   D__IL\   KEWS.
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The Cash Stores
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OhIzjlJls���- Dags
Le/if For These
GREAT
Sa ving
CHANCES
Save on Golf Jackets and Wool Kimonas
fers, in tliis season's best styles, of white with black, white
mi, ail white, and red on black; splendid \ ilues at $2.50 to
Sab-  price   $1.50
Kimonas, knit in a variety ol prettj styli -   white with collars and
shed In pink; a tew aamples  are Bllghtlj   soiled;   values  up
|      Sale price   $1.95
Save on Blouses.   Price $1.50
-    ,-lceable Blouses of Japanes.
��� i cream  lustre,  including ab
. .. lustre; usual  value $2.50 and
Silk,   washable  vestings,   w_lte
: . -   na....   mjrtle,   brown   and
S2.75,    Sale price  $1-50
Save on Children's Coats.   Price $2.95
For girls from 8 to 11 years, all Imported, warm, winter weather-
if garments, a few expensive samples, with triple capes and
hed collars, finished with velvel and silk braid; sold regularly at
5 in $6.00.    Sale price    $2.95
Save on Ladies' and Misses' Furs
Scores of splendid saving chances. Marmot. Foxallne, Russian
ire, c<Hin. Opossum and other popular Scarfs and Stoles; some
mples and balance of good selling $3.50, $4.50 and up to $7.on lines.
me quickly and save at   $2.75
Three dozen Children's White Boas
Now, each, 15c
Drop in at the busy Whitewear store. If you are not prepared
'o buy now you can read the price tickets, see the splendid variety,
compare values, for we are prepared to save you more than the price
of a car ticket.
���awn and Cottons   marked and   selling  without   o   cent  of  profit
the balance of the month.
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AS THE DAY LENGTHENS   X
The WINTER STRENGTHENS  ���
an a   - Iha        .   ,'.    c. T.  u.  will fa
D a ital on Trust block. ** -V  - .  ,,;,.,   tend  .    .
i   v   i. ��� .       ,,,-., ;       ��� -   ' ���
roprietor of the OeP'>t .
h-f_i   ,-- '" ��� he las   .-...-.. .
hotet. la con       . to his room, suffer-
in- - ,, U be held at the    Sapix-rtoi
indisposition. ,,  . .      .
st   church   this   ev.
���  ,-.      :;> . ra, th '   ��� Mr- Qordon leaving tor N
Mr
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����   tomorrow.
-���.,..:.   i  meeting     Tli. two lit:; era of J. Isi
ol  the   iVoodi     i of  the   World  haa  L
a the ex   ��� ���-. a at  M
been fixed        '; needay evening next.
nun Wednesday   ifternoon, are nol bc
* hurl   .- was at first
Ing  listrl   il ii -  th ��� A    ,.,.,, ,,,    _...,    ,
u ���������       ���-  to ... al man  w
ett< ndlng to tb< I   - rhe -
'  I s:. Ma     - .     >jt.-ii.
B. i
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Sheriff  I. J   Armstrong  Is  tnakln?
ns toi -i holiday trip to Cal-
Horn! . Ing his intent: in to start
bn   .        i in       t. -  :1s  th ��� end    ol
next
il  tlowei s, d   . ueu    or    - -
1           signs  te ei ':.- n r    Davl<     _
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- ��������� Atlanta   lit      i     ttan
''���  ��� ia  city,  wl    tra I to  Nan
k* hence i.    lurpose   il
i - ��� ���   l   i match ag - the Nana..
have a  moving picture show in the  todies' hockey club on Saturday, I'.
15,    Thla match   b id e n   ar
'��������      i 1-  of    poi plants
Bowei -   .   Tidy's.    Phone
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cut
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ll i stble that S     erton    may
j Here Are 4 Big Specials
* FOR   MARKET DAY
FRIDAY, January 31s!
That will help make life bearable during the
coming cold snaps.
Special No. I.���About 30 full ���    tortera   .. Eancj  coveri
cotton stuffing and full heavy Wi da, regular $4.75, $3.5.) ami
i aiuei and the early buyer seta the choice tor $1.75
Special No. 2.   Tweutj two pairs onlj   of  the   famous   Clanoartj
Blankets, full size 68 by 86 inches, extra heavj   weight  foods     r ���
, rice    of these fine goods wa* $8 00, $7.00 and $8,00 per pair
��ill i lear them out tor, per pair $6.95. $5.90 and $5 2>
Special No. 3.���Ninteen DOOr Mats   ind  Hugs,    Regular 86c, |1.10
1   ' -'Cial 49c. 90c and $100
Special No. 4.���Si:in Rusts Portiere, good slse, in green and gold.
and gold, terra cotl    and gold, good alee, nlcelj finished. Frit
.: I��th -Mids    Regular $4 50; w.  will near al per pair  $3*0
Don't  w.iit  until  these  goo,:-:  are all sold. You will miss good bargaii-s
near future, there being a man in the!
city at the pres   it time looking np the   u'  tatae D,aoe BOme  �� ek
.i ;
! tor th-.- success   f the enter
prise.
Foi      ie, tt ih i   ;lsi  rs,    one
| safe; i ....    \        "Safe,"
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The annual meeting of the   oard of
trade will    be    held on   Wednesday,
I'February 111. at which officers will bo
. elocted  tor this year.    The    retiring
had   o be posl   me i     ving to the In
clement weal       on    n   Island.    Th.
lu,   :    am haa n. t yet bei n selecte I.
ipman's - Itlard an I oo] room;
Bni si   In   westi   . Canada     Imported
-. cigarettes and to icco D. m
in: m   rrusl  block. ��� ���'
me settlers around  the south end
of Lake Como are 1 oklng forward to
JOHN A. LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Tel.  73.     Columbia   St.,  Dupont  Block.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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president, W. R. Gdlley, will read his   the luxury of having their water I i
-report ol the work of the past year,  domestic   purposes  delivered   dlrtctl.i
to their bouses In Ihe not far dlstani
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The     Vuto"  clgai
Eavorlte smoke.
1-,  becoming   a
jfture.   This Is expected to be acoom
THE    GREAT
(pllshed by a Bystem of waterworks
The board of school trustees for th-- projected by the munlclpallt) of Co-1
municipality of Ladner has prepared (I'llUjun. Jesterday an application
Its estimates for the current year, and J-roui the municipality was poBted at
wU ask the reeve and councillor* for the recorder's office for llfty In.aes
.'..ition of $3600, this being f,!' water to be taken trom Lake Comq
uoemed sufficient to cover a. 1 probable -!'" tmi purpose, tt will come up tor
expenses during the year. he-iing on tne second of March.
Chapman's billiard ami pool room A waterwheel and belt tor the pur-
opens Saturday. February 1, with pos- of raising water from the Walker
eight pool tables and two Knglish bil- creek, Delta, tor Irrigration purposes,
j Sale of Grockeryware
Will
Continue  During the
Next Week;
Hard tables. Dominion Trust block. **
The manag iment of the Johnston
ehoe store is largely increasing the
size of the store by a large addition to
'the rear, a story in height. A new office will he erected in the centre ol
the shop and raised several I'e. t above
the surrounding door.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Local Council of Women will oonven -
in file board of trade room on Tuesday. February t. Please note change
of date, which has been made to permit of Mrs. Day, provincial vicepiv :-
ident, being with us on that date.     **
The tenders for the addition to the
will ba installed bj Anton Llndfleth,
of Aldergrove, It' his application for
Hx inches ni water from that Btream
is granted. The application provides
tor a -.ri foot head of wat ir, One other
tilfpllcant has appll d tor water from
the san,u creek, I ut it Is und rstood
thai a number of others resident al a%
the stream will also apply before the
two hearings, In order that the water
may be properly apportioned,
A n. ,\ departure In the handling o!
earth from excavations h:i_ bee- in
traduced In the city by Messrs. Smltii
& Buckland, who Jiavc t'ne contra.'.
for tue election of an addition to the
rear of Johnston's shoe store.   Owing
BARGAINS
EVERYONE
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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Columbia Cold Storage have fleea 'to the steepness of the hill at tli a
Opened, the successful tenderer be- point, tho task of raising the earth to
ins J. C. Allen. Timbers for th- the level of Clarksoii street by haul
tfoundation are already on the grouniwaa diuicult. The contractors ther-
and the carpenters have commences lore buiit an elevator with a platform
the work of construction. trom the top running to a level above
that of an ordinary wagon. The lifl
The B. 0. E. R. company has pnr-lfc operated 1)V a powerful (lynamo at
chased the site occupied by the build- ^ fool> 8pecia, wlr_. ,.eln_^bll| ���,
lags of tne Vulcan boiler works, be-1^0_ ^ mir|)0S(J The elevator ra4.ea
1 iveen Tenth and Klevrnth streets. ~_ wJwelba_rowB| a3 each ls mll,d
'���he  price  paid  for the property  has   by  workmen   ^  t,,(.    wlrtaoej  wjle,,
' n
j.ot been disclosed hy tbe  parties
tereated.
Dr. T. D. Oreen has removed his office from the Oulchon block t i the
Dominion Trust ' uilding,
Orangemen attending the ball to be
given t:nis evening In St. George's in
they ar# taken over by other men and
Humped without trouble into tlie
wagons.
On Saturday It is expected t'nat the
new pool room ln the Dominion Trust
Idock will be ready for the public, and
an exhibition game has been arrange 1
by I.. O. L. No. 1593 will be attir-i bi   to taks place on thai night between
1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
J.J.MACKAY y CO. I
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BOOKSELLER.      STATIONERS      NEWS HEALERS
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the regalia ot the i rd ir.   Judging
the number of tickets disposed of dur
���Ing the past few day*, tonight's  ''���;;
1 liion should  be one ut  the  heal
tend' ���! ' - '���'���<  - ''���on
K. L. Webber, accompanied  by h s
wife, will leave thla morning t. r W " i
uto sk, Ont. 'aavl ig rec iv*-1  the
iut, lllgence j     e   a;  that his m il
had  -uccumed to a  paralytic  strok i.
Tho funeral will i.e held ilnun-diat '.-
Ihftor   Mr-   Webber  reaches   bis    old
home.
Cosy six room house with all in &���
i-r\\ conveniences;  centrally    located
; aear city car line.   Only $2100; I
$600 ��ish.   balance  easy.    Abbott,    .v
Hyde.
B.  C.av.inagh, pool champion of if. C
and J, McMu.len, pool Champion   nl
(Vancouver, 100 balls, the game to
sta.rt at 8 o'clock. The new pool roo-n
ti one in' tbe fin's' in H-.('-. il I sing
ilarge, exceedingly well lighted, oom-
lortably furnished and .quipped in h
tnanner thoroughly up-tu-dat Blghi
new pool tablet and two large billiard
tables have been Installed and com-
tortable cushioned seats are being
.placed around the walls and In the
centre of tin- room for the aooomme1
datlon ot onlooker*. A elgir stand
Will be opened near the entrance The
proprietor of the room its A. Chapman, ox-bllllnrd champion of H. C, and
jt.he management will be In the hmdi
pf O. 8. Oooke.
YOU MAY
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
BUT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES  ON   APPLICATION   TO
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders and
Contractors...
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
F. H. Le Baron, the engine-rug
specialist who has teen studying the
conditions on the river with a view to
deciding the cost and other details or fi
the opening of a deep channel to th?
, a. has not yet completed his report
,)Ut is" expected to have it re. dy by li
Saturday. .    A11 klnds of carpf-t��i_  work. Ger
The  farewell   reception  tr>  be held Jeral  repairs    and    alterations.    Estl
In Queen's avenue church this after- Ipuites free for all    kinds    of   fram
pooa In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Asa j(,undlngg.   shacks built en the sliort
Gordon,  the evangelists,    will    ccin-1      notjce
pence at three thirty o'clock,   and*
will be under the Joint auspices of the J P-   O,
three Methodist churches o. the city, j ���
Box  815.    Office   St.   Andrews
Street, between 8th and 9th St.
Dost Love Chocolates,
Juliet?
Yes, Romeo; Get Them
At
acKenzie's  Drug
Store
Phone 66. Dominion trust Block
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Why He Did Not Marry.
As a reiisipu for not -tarrying
Brahma once wfcete to n friend: "At
tbe time when I should have wished to
marry, a.y compositions ffere either
hissed at or .-it nuy sate very coolly
received. I knew their worth, though.
and that sooner or Inter the page
would be turned, nnd ln unmarried
solitude I never really took my reverse! to heart. Bul to be questioned
by a wife at s��*-h momenta, to have
her iii<iuiring eyes anxloueiy Qzed
upon me, to hear her ask. 'Again n
fiasco? no, tlytt 1 could never have
borne, for. however much she loved
me nnd believed in me, l could not
have ex.pertc.1 her to have unwavering
fiiitli ln my subsequent victory. And
had elie attempted to console me! Ugh!
1 i-an't even think of It. It would have
been little less thai hell!"���Monthly
Review.
Convenient Arrangement.
'Whi'.t ,-ire you buying now?"
"I inn looking for some present to
plve my wife ou her birthday. I tell
you, making presents costs a heap of
money."
"Why don't you do ns 1 do? I have
never failed to make my wife a present
ou her birthday every year for twenty-
five years, an.l 1 am not out a penny
thus far."
"How do you manage it?'
"It Is very simple. After we were
married, when her birthday came
round, I gave her a ��'> note. When
my birthday .nine round, she gave me
tlie note back, and we have kiept that
up ever since, and neither of us is out
a  penny."���London Tit-Bits.
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The Diet of Efficient Workers
Should contain the maximum amount of blood,
brain and nerve nourishment with great ease of
digestibility.
"BOVRIL" either in the form of bouillon or in
sandwiches supplies all the necessary elements
for renewing brain and nerve energy. It quickly
replaces waste tissue. It is the ideal diet for
efficient workers.
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McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    nmni
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
NOW IS THE TIME
English   and American   Billiard   Ta
Dies,   Bowling   Alleys, etc.     New   and I
second - hand   tables  and  supplies  in
stock. ,
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. ?. O. Box  lis:.
Howling  Alloy,   Pender  St..
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs.  Samuel   May   &
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To secure a dainty BLOUSE
at a very small amount :
All our Blouses in lace, net
silk, fancy muslins, etc., marked down  to cost and below.
The White House
A.J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Streel
������',, 4, B, 9, 10,
19, 20, 28, 66,
subdivision 3
12, l
71, '
, in
14, 15.
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prices  ranging
JOB
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I   The Arrow Press  I
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_-            Windsor Hotel Block. _,
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Double Screened
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
I 50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or $000. WK HAVE
just such a proposition. New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, modern. Two lots each 66x132 feet. You can sell one of these lots *or
|650. All we ask ls $2700 for this property. Good terms, too. .Lou*
Into It.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY ��
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Lots 2,
16. IT,  18,
and 77 of ^^^^^^
block 11, Sapperton;
from $125 to $200.   |
ti  room house on Hamilton street,
all   modern   improvements     One   lot;
from car line; lot 60x132- Price $1400,
$000   cash, balance   in  monthly   pay-
ments.
8 room house, all modern improve- j
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street, j
Sapperton-    Price $2700.    $1000 cash,
balance on time.
i
3%  acres land next to Royal OaW ;
hotel,     has   been   cultivated,     not a]
stump 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 |
cash, $1000 in  April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66x-32 ft., S. u of S. lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue, l'rice
$1250; half cash, bal. C months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue an I
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $S00, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot tu bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $050.
160 acres less right of way about s
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2SS, lean too 14x2S
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit (15
fruit trees; natural spring we
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged 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.
I 160 acres, less 3% for new railway
(Township 4. Sec ll: all bottomland
lander grass, suitable for Jairy farm:
, pi acres under-drained,
! round and fenced around and through
! centre; 5 room bouse; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed tor about 300 head of
'stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
'cash. bal. to still purchaser.   One mile
Full si_ed Lot on
of  Regina  Bt.,  bi I .
avenues,  west Bide
litched   all   $400;   half  cash
suburban I {rom Btatlon ,,,, new car line.
Ixit 22, blocs B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station. 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, nefl'
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner or
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth SI. and Roy-
jl aS Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
4 Lots 88x132 each, iti
i 13th street.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES    on 1 lot, K-
Sapperton; 5 rooms an I
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen
|shed.   $1000 each, on.
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam
��� ploughed and cleared   ���
E. U Sect. 5. $75 per acre,
i cash, one-third 3 month
months.
'-lie end
"ni 6th
Price
renoe.
strew,
li"". wool
^d wood
- is-, bal.
land, all
i .    (j,
one-tliirfl
��� third 6
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing  ���   . _TeM,
4 lots cleared, small bou e, chicken
house, 175 chickens; teni 1 inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
6 ACRES good  loam 1 roup 3
Lot 16, corner Blue Mountain road
and   Brunette  road, .;..;  j,
roomed house: parlor, : ag room
kitchen and three bedrooms; plastered ; conservatory 30 or 10 !������������ long,
heated by pipes; well; Bta le; barn;
15 bearing fruit trees; .-iderable
stock ready to plant out; I   kep beesj
5 acres cleared, light Urn er on remaining acre; all fenced; '._, mile
from school. Price $3000; half cash,
bal. In 6 months at 7 pei cent.
1   Lot SSxl32, 4th
$800  cash.
.!��� ���        13th St
160  acoes,  2 miles  from city
$40 per acre
Two lots  on
tween  7th and
18th  street, be-
8th avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized iot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, tlie
other $10;   flush  elosets  and  all con-
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
^^^^ nected with sewers ^^^^^^^^^^
bearlnglCash $2,0011, balance in 6, 12 and 18
1. Price 1 months at 7 %.
I Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook 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. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7. ' . ,.. d ani
cleared, upper side of 5th Vvenue, between 1st aud 2nd Streets I ��� $500
each.
4 LOTS. 2 lots from ', street an]
6th Avenue on south side So 35,36,
37 & 38, full size. Price $1100 for the
four, or $300 each;  half
Double tenement house, Itb Mt,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price $1,700;
cash half and half In 6 months at"%.
Price $3,-00. | Rents for $10 each tenant.
B. C. Mills, limber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Belyea&Co.
Telephone 150
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service..
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   sale    to  all
European points.
Special   R-duced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For lull information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
Manufacturer* and Dtatert in All Kind* at
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
] house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
i $5,00     easy terms.
27V_ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just cuinenclng to bear;
new house, l1/. storey, 5 rooms;    hen
'��� houses,  In  good   order;     some  acres
i planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
i Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6
(and 12 months.
This property is only V2 mile from
tram line, Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
i property at a snap.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered 1
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.
Lake Comiiiiir,
$25   per   acre
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS ^ PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� ��EW WESTMINSTER
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Price
cash
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites lu the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
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 corner lot facing Fourth avenue and
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 12 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 l-2xS5, $450;
five T'Jts, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only 11,050.
10 acres ln sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply 'or full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; - inside lots $200 each. Price
tSfiO. cash.   Single lots at cash.
Part of lot 369, Join
about 70 acres, only
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 aud 96, 95 faces
��� on Sth 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 or 8
$500 for three or $175 each;   1-
j '-ahnce 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on  Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; al! clear-
en. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
I 0* Gilley road.   $225 per acre.    Acre-
age is,selling fast at this price.
j No. 308.���8-roomed  House,  with   bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes   St.     $2,500;   V.
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
i No.   306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms 1. cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 r/c.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   hath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   v_   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 '",.
No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under  cultivation,  10  ucVes orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22;  frame barn 80
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 kild
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a llfp
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent
40 acres i_ section It. N. '. ' il \
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge ol
Hawnrth road, Surrey; hou ��� LSlitj
li/i storey house, 3 rooms finished,aft
other 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack; 1% acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; fairly easllj cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 11
months at 7 7e.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet Bquare; two
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance ln .1 and 11
months.
160 S.E. Vi of Section 26, Dist. 11,
10 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka creel
running through; good road; cue mil*
north of Webster's corner; Single
mill and P.O. at the west corner! timber worth $7 per acre; ceaarantiw!
4 miles from Port Ham-). Pro*
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, btHnnce arranged.
Large lot and two cottages nn f>
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house Mj
full size lot, situated north side ���'
Royal avenue and corner of McKlMll
Btreet; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; yomi'
bearlg fruit trees; streets in three
���IdeB;   fine  view.    Price $1,800 0
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queeii
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'3
Ave.; 62x122 feet; all cleared; *��
alongside and back. Price J'-000*'
half cash, balance easy nt 7
150 acres Improved  land, bull
and sheds complete, near ClovM
all tinder cultivation, $15,000.   I
oan  handle  this, don't   delaj;
bargain; terms can be arranged,
Hup
la!e;
vol
l'i >
*-"For  the  above  four   propertlM
special price will >e made to - ''<' '>*
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between <lb
and Gth Ave; 2 single and I <l""t'"
bedrooinB upstairs, and bath *x!t
down stairs; parlor, dining room, ty
chen and pantry. Full sized lol r;!n'
ning back to Ash St. Price *3,800;
$1,500 cask, balance at $50" per 1*
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenW
north side between First and &m
streets,  No. 5, 6 and  7.    I"-'- '' J1
each or $1100 for the three.
glglt)
Full sized lot, north sl.I.
Ilton street between Sixth d
streets; $225.
28  acres on    Mara  road. l'>i"""^
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEV.   p   ,
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  M"ince
and 2 years at 7 %.
street *4
$200 ri18"'
1 lot No. 24 on 13th.
Bide of 4th avenue.   Prlct
���    Block 12 on 12th St., e-?t -MJSfj
j full sized Ints.    Price $2,600. one-"
ln leash, tal. 6, 12 and 18 montM
,., 11 H>
4 lots on Fifth Streel, 11   -������' Ui
Sub. IG, S. Blk. 13.     $350 each,
cash, balance 6 months at 1 /�� -_N    .AN. 31. ^08.
rf  . *Y, J"'
THE DAILY \   WS.
PAGE  SEVEN
British-Canadian Wood
Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd.
313  Cordova   Street.  Vancouver,   b. C
Owners of the townsite of Port Mellon, Howe Sound.    . 25 Mile, from Vancouver.
Get in on the Ground Floor of the Best Dividend-Paying
Proposition in Western Canada.
-   -  one year the Stoc'< of this  Corporation  will   r       efllng at a handsome prem urn    Th   .
ay.    The experlenc.  ���    ��� tstry has be
��� -���   before a wheel has been .     v.., _a      been granted the wa_ r_   ,'..
to hav.   the first unit of o n operation, for th.   manufai   ire. a tow  mm
ete this modern mill will hav.  a weeklj capacity ol 180 tons        i _ '.-.,    tons
We now offer the  balance    of our first allotment of Preferred Stock   In   blocks  of  103 shares  a:  $103
p     thare,   This stock is entitled to an annual dividend ot 7 pei  cent., co           .... mber 1st   1908
cent la due and paya I                 ���-. dividend is paid upon ���', ��� ,          ���    _| -. . ; percent
:. paid upon the Preferred and Common, thereafter both si                           . ,,,., ���                _
.   .. p why the Preferred 3tock 3          ...     ..  from 30 te 50   h       ���-.           . :ijs
Ma
'���..
���  i!p.J" f
i j* _ Iia^t____ _r
if Should BeTSv*
.<-��   N-
SPECIAL NOTICE
Hereafter -il subs:ripticns for first allotment shares will be accepted only upon a pro rata
i atrlbutlon basis. No:ice will be given in the immediate future of the exact cate of the closing
of  the  subscr.ptions for the first allotment of Preferred Stock.
.   .of the most necessary Industries ol Western Canada is thai of I ��� .--., _t ���.,,���i pui_ an_
,. rv year hundreds of carloa - re annually secur. i from th ,.i ���;-.-,,m
J18.00 iieight rate per ton.   Wh,  uhould we not manufacture I ��� . ,������.
i . ; importing It. thus giving work to our own people-JuS build ng u   < ,. :. ; ���,-,.
.    ..-.i Canada d-p-.-nds upon the development of Its manufacturing Ind  -;:.��� -     rhe directors who are
Qg their energies in the establishment of this great and useful Industrj   ire    II  well known nesa
o  Vancouver who have subscribed II lerally to the stock in order to  make  thla   .  distinctly   British
i, enterprise.
Remember���There la no watered stock, n ��� Inflated valu - or b igi       m il iflts  ... I
most corporations, Instead of allowing from 16 to 25 per cent, for advertis ng nnd sale  d Btock, the
.   commission, brokerage and office expenses and sale of stork Is limited to 10 per c nt,
,   public are cordially Invited to visit our demonstrating plant. 313 Cordova        et,   md witness the
ifacture of pulp and paper from   refuse material, such  as  slabs, discarded  shingle bolts, etc., that is
n<nv bi ing burned at the local mills.
Owing to the demand for first  allotment   subscription, the offices of the  company.  313  Cordova street.
will   be  open   Saturday   evening  until 9 o'clock.
COLLISTER, Manager
Albion   Iron  Works,   Vancou-
it. M, BURRITT, Western Man
Cortlcelli Silk Co.. Van
couver. II. C.
,1. C. W. STANLEY, formerlj
_.:,. ral Manager West London Paper Mills, London, England.
DIRECTORS :
COL. T. H. TRACY, M   ('.. Soc
C. lv. P. L. S., D, I..  8., Con.,
Eng..  formerly Clt>   Engineer
nf Vancouver.
PRED. SMITH, meaii.e,- Smith,
Wright & Davidson. Wholesale Paper Com; any, Vancouver,  B. C.
i-''STACK H. JENNS, Barrister-
etc., Vancouver. II. C.
FRANCIS .1. P. GIBSON, British
Columbia Trust Corporation.
'.!���'() E. CATKS. Catea Ship
DUllding  Co.,   V.inrouvi r,   B C.
GREELY KOLTS, formerly Gen-
enal Manager Pacific Coa 1
S. da Co.
CAPTAIN H. A. MELLON, IP..
American Lloyda Agent, etc.
Look For UI
Tkk Larfl, ti; ���. - V . js in cvcrv gen
ual ' CRESS Rk .nd" Coat and Overcoat.
Whenever you buy���do j"-: what this man
did1���Lo k f< r i . L ���'��������� ��� and doat huy
'iii you find ii.
108
H.   i���   de BECK
����<>������������������������������������������������������������������    ��+��,) ^ �� >��������������������������������������������������
*
A Special Line of \
  ��� |
Good Things
Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
A  Lan.uf.ge  Maker.
_   ten her   n a       '       fourth
High
plaining t    her pupils
man nre-
t
a iied.
"the
������ -1 pec :-.-ak
info smaller piece er,'
"Now," 'he
believed thai she r pu.
, .
me another example?"
Promptly from the rear came a
- oice in low, httrrie I
" 'Spree-hen,'   'to   speaft ->
talk:'   'zer-sprechen,' k   in
bunche-."'- -Brooklyn Eagle.
No  l.    -acle  For  Him.
A clergyman was endeavoring; to
instruct one of his Sundaj  school
ars, a plowboy, on the nature
miracle.    Thinki-ig  he  had
plain, he said, "Now. bow
-  - I see the sun rise
in th.       Idle i    I  c night, ��hat
would  -1 u call it ?"    "The moor.,
sir."    "Xo, but suppose thai  yon
knew it was n-M the moon, hut  the
sun, ami thai  von    av   i1  a. I  a
n>e in the middle of the night, whal
should y.vi; think?*' "1 should think
it was time to get up, p.ir."���St.
James' Gazette.
More Room
Wanted
for  our  new   spring  st.>eV     \W
pose selling  tor f:i<>
Next 15 Days
Our Slock of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishings, etc.,
at Reduced Prices
All   Subscriptions for  Stock   Must be   Made Direct to
DOMINION   TRUST  CO.
��     NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
FULL   PROSPECTUS   SENT   ON    APPLICATION.
TflHT !_-___���___-________������
*     Reichenbach, Co. Ltd.
Telephone 101
4
X
4
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Men's underwear, pants, reefers,
coats, overcoats, suspenders, ties, hat3.
caps, boots and shoes.
Ladies' and children's underwear,
-night dresses, shirtwaists, hose, lace
curtains, muslins, sheeting, pillow cotton, etc,
It will he to your advantage to give
us ii call. Remember this sale lasts tot
fifteen days only. See our window
for prices on groceries,
I
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  northeast   half of lot   2,   block  25,
New Westminsti r City.
Whereas proof or foe. loss of certirl- j
cate of title number 40.S.A, Issued in '
the name of Emily Moore Dorn ay, has
been filed iu this office.
Notice Is hi reby given taat I shall, I
at the expiration of one  month from ]
the date of the first puUication here-1
of, issue a duplicate of the said certifl-1
;e, to the extent of one-quarter sec-; cate, unless in the meantime valid ob-j
0 acres, KOre or less. j.ction be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District. Registrar of Titles.
Laud  Registry Office, New Westmin-
ster. B. Ci January 4th. 1907.
|4ynops'S     of    Canad.an     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Au> i ven numbered section of Do-
Iminiou lands in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan an i Alh.-rta, excepting 8 and 2��J,
|nut reser, -1, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the Bole head of a
Ifauiily, or any mala over 18 years of
Application for entry must oe
|iii;ul_ In person  by  the  applicant  at
Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-
pgency [or the district in which the
piul Is situate. Entry by proxy may,
���however, be made at an agency on
fcertain conditions by the father, moth-
Pf. so , ii nhter, brother or sister of
aa Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perioral the homestead duties under one
11 th.       owing plans-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
i
Take notice that an application has
been made    to register   M,  W. Mln-I
thorne  as  the  owner   in   fee simple, |
under a Uix sale deed from the mayor.
and treasurer of the City of New West
minster, to M. W. Mlnthorne, bearing
i"   Al hast six months' residenoe! date the 10th day of February, A.D.
- m cultivation of  the land   In
Mtl1 yeai   for three years.
12)
1904, of all and singular that certain
pan-ei or tr.ict of land and pre i i tea
- lead.-,- may, if he so  BitUate,   lying and   being  In  the c ty
rform the    required   rcsi-  ,������ New Westminster, ln the province
living on    (arming  ot Brltlah Columbia, more particularly |
I  solely  by  him,  not less  known and described as:   Subdivision
(80)  sores In extent, tn' - ()f ,,,,���.,.. ..A- o( ,;, , mlddje acre of]
��� of hi, homestead.   Joint  th(, gouth half ,,,-    ,,. .,,.,;,  h ,-  ,.
:" land "��' Mt meet this   tot 6; suburban block 12, aiap 568.
You iard each of you are requlri d to
ather (Oi mother, if the j cont( (t the cl.llm of lhfi tax p���rchasen
"' ������'" ,,r 'l Homesteaderj^j^ fortv.1K, llays trom , ���. ,,,���
'       nenl residence on  farming! f>f th(, 1..sU)���1)lic;ltl(,n o! this notice,
; ��W,   by  him,  not  less" PthcrwIw , -hnll ,,���,.,. M. W
111   acres  In  extent,  in
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 10,  block   i;  lots  10 and  23,
Mock _: lot 8, block '���'>:  lota G and
In, block 4;   lots S ,anl 81,  block 6;
lots 5 and   IN, block ti;   lots  18 and j
26,  block   7;   lots  0  and   19,   block J
S; lots 4 and IT. block 9; lots 12 and
26,  block  ID;   Iota 7 and  20, block
11;   lot.s   1  and 26, .look  1-;   lot  7,
block 14; lots 1. 1. 8, 4, 5, 19, 20, 21,
22 and 23, block 17; lots 1, 2, It, 4. a. j
10, 11, 12,  18, IX, 19, 20, 21. 22. 27,
28, 29 and 30, block 19;  of lot 227,
G.  1, New  Westminster district
Whereas proof of the loss of certltl-1
cate of titJa number lOllHA, issued   In
the name oi William C. Mitchell, has
be< n riled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that t shall.
a' tne expiration of one month from
:u-- date of the first publication hereof,
issue a duplicate of the said c< rtiti-
rate, unless In the m.antlme valid objection lie made to me iu writing,
C.  S.  KKITH.
District  Registrar of Titles,
Lund  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. ('-, January 11, 1908,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
IMPERIAL | Kyle & Son
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
1
thorne as owner thereof In  fe
Min-
An i
."��� I'1" JWB!|rtrd' '"' l,p-' I hereby direct that, publication of this
tead  entered  for hy him   -otlce tor tWrty day8 .n a daily news-
tbe
.
ueli homesteader may
f1 own residence duties by
:' the father (or mother).
., '' "" "vicinity" in tha two
r ;  paragraphs  is defined    as
,;' ! r not more than nine miles In
"" Une, exclusive  oe  the  width
' lowances crossed   m   the A-D- mH-
"' -lit.
(5)
I*'!-  I
paper published at New Westminsti r
win be good and Bufllclenl Bervlca
thereof.
Dated at tne uand Registry Offlc-,
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 22nd day of January,
'>   homesteader   Intending    to
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar.
x'siilonce  duties  i_  ac-  To Ij0uts R' t!ayne'
with the above while living1     AU persons served with this notice.
Il�� or on farming land own-   nnd tll0Se claiming through or under
���'���' must notify the agent  the"i and all persons claiming any In-
,rs,;'   district of such Intention. terest In  the said  land  by  virtue of
,���  * ' -otlce In writing must   any  unregistered instrument,  and all
Wnf ���   ' '" ,he Comralssioner ot Do-   persons claiming any Interest in the
Ads at Ottawa, of Intention ' ����Id  land  by descent,  whose title is
:"r Patent i not registered under the provisions of
Mtit
H by
ii,. (.
W, W. CORY.
the "Land Registry Act," shall be fur
./      : 'n" Minister of the Interior,   ever estopped and debarred frcm set-
hk ' :""thorized  publication of   ting up any claim to or in respect of
w'tlsement  will  not be paid  the said land so sold for taxes as pro-
I vided by the "Und  Registry Art."
TAKE NOTICE that application has
Leen made to register Margaret Do:-
bie as the o�� ner in Fee Simple, und if
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. D. 1902, of
all and singular thai certain parcel nt
tract of land and pr tn'ses situate, I
Ing and being In the District of Ne"
Westminster, in the Province o? Bril
ish Colnm'-in.more particularly known
nnd described as Lots 18 to 25, Inclusive, BlOC- 4. !i< ing parts of sontli-
v. est. of Section 2, Township  16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first, publication of this
notice ti [ion you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month ln a dally newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry office
New Westminster. Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of August,
A. D. 1907.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Ben.lamin Douglas, Esq.
 "|
iDVER.iSE IN THE DAILY NEW3
BULLET IN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leave, Dally NEW    WESTMINSTER            | Arrives Dailj
9:20   a m Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington. Mt. i 3:00 p m
I::;:,   p m Vernon,  Plverett, Seattle. Portland | H:&5 p m
4::::,    p in Spokane,St.Paul.and all points  Ivist | 3:00 p m
9:20   a m j     Anacortes, VVoolley, Rookport,     ! .'::ou p m
r::no    p m |                        Vancouver                         | 9:20 a in
9:55   p m     | | 4:35 p m
12:lu a   tu 'The  Owl."   between   Seattle,   New 0:20 a m
Westminster A Intermediate points      	
Leave   New  Westminster  for Oulchon    3:30  p, m.      Arrive
Oulchon 6 p. m., Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from   lulchon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE Ot THE PAMOU8 "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trai ns 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
I/mli    and    all    points    East,
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
on nr address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
.    Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
H. M. ADAMS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, Union Station,  Seattle, Wash.
Good Cheer Store
255 Front Street.
Goods delivered free to all parts ot
the city.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Twe  doer,  from   Co. Adam*, Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watche.  from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face. |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Vll warrnnted
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch' repairing; charges reaaon-
uhle.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
I
n
EMPRESSE
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18,000  (EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN ^14,50u
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      TON*
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.  .
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lots 47 and 48, block 2, subdivision
of lot 202, group 1, New Westminster district  (Port Moody).
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 3290A. issued ln
tbe name of W. Norman   Bole,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice le hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from the
date of the first publication hereof,
issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 8, 1908
Now Is the time to purchase your
tickets If you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
j John, Fe-bruary 7th.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
itages at Carcroas and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi information apply to
). H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. ��...
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DAINTY
CHINA
��� FOR ���
WHIST PRIZES
H.Morey&Co.
HAVE   A    KINK    LOT.
i
Pretty Cups and Saucers from 15c up
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
er       ADVERTISE*     "W
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
FRESH
EGGS
40c per doz.
***********
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Creamery |
Butter
35c per lb,
***********
Hungarian
Flour
$1.75 a sack
***********
Best Navel
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Oranges
25c a doz.
***********
..AMU
The People's Grocer
. - DEPRESSING CONDITIONS.    .
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exist in mtm arr 1
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Nanaimo, Jan. :!" -Ai .,.- [here ai ���
quite a numbei tl . ploy. J men in
the city, tlie m i:itJ n s n<a ... gjfave
as Borne perhap i '- "- Tin... ���
have lived in . s ci . to iiany
luave faced more serious situat: is.
Siuing and the o eal'i - oi sj ring -voi -
will be here In a eoupie 01 months,
there is evidence that tlie cxjjI tr.. k
will become brisker in a tew weeks,
and the Immediate starting cf work
ou the E. Ai X. extension, will give
employment to :t great many of the
unemployed,   perhaps  all.
citizens hive at present no n ason
to take unnecessary alarm at Che present deprt ssion in trade which is con-
l.'ned not to Nanaimo, but is general
throughout the province. Vvitii .regard to the coal irade. it is fair to
assume tluat when the Australian coal,
which has come to the coast, has been
disjiosed of, the coal trade will tal��-
its usual proportions,
CUSTOMS OFFICIALS.
Most
���-*
Houses To Rent
Two   New   Residences   on   Brunette  Street,
Sapperton ; convenient to tram.
One 8-roomed, modern, $18 per month.
One 6-roomed, at $16 per month.
 Apply to	
Tfiose of England Called the
Obliging and Helpful.
There is uo country where the matter of landing from American passenger ships is so easy and so expeditious-
; ly done as England, says the Travel
; .liign/.ine. Of course it i.s a free trade
I country, the freest in the wind..' world.
| There are duties levied on tobacco and
| spirits, but travelers are allowed a
half pound of tobacco in any shape and
a ball' pint of spirits, which also in
eludes perfume. Sugar is dutiable, j
whether lu graiu, sweets or iu jam, but
a small quantity is freely passed. In
all cases, however, these goods must be
the actual property of the passenger
and be for his use and control. Cocoa,
coffee and tea are also dutiable, as are '
reprints of English books. Outside of
these things, as named, passengers can
bring in anytnlng ��� motors, cycles, I
horses, but not dogs, which animals .]
not to exceed six mouths' quarantine
awaits. Keep dogs on "he American
side. The customs offlci&is nre life appointees���under the civil service���and
will lie found most obliging and helpful. In fact, they are a model to the
customs world. Tell the truth at all
times to these officials an.l you will be
all right. They are marvelously keeu
on spotting the supposedly smart liar.
Lying doesn't pay "annyhow, llinnes-
sy!" at home or abroad.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. 1*1.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
REMOVAL
NOTICE
TESTATORS' LAST WISHES.
\
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnnon's Prepared w-.ix. it i>rc-
Berves una brings oui natural beauty of
th,1 wood, n produoea a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt anil dust will not
adhere, .Tusi try ii and you will see how
much better it is Hun any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is"A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood.1' Que ii mi your Moors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all danelnii floors.
You can got Johnson's Iree bonk, "The
Proper Treatment ior Floors, Woodwork
and Furniture" ..nd these preparations of
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St, between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
I N_w West minster. P. o. Box 47-1
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Columbia
St.,
ster,
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
Also,
WOOD   DYES
ana other
WOOD   FINISHES
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
N'ew Weslminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
Westminster
Transfer Co
ifflce 'Phone 1K6.      barn  PDone 1S7
Columbia Bt.
Bagg-ge delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Off I en���Tram Depot
Strange   Requests   Regarding  the  Arrangement of Funerals.
Sir James Colquhonn's desire to be
buried in  full evening dress costume
recalls, says the London Standard, cu-
I rlons last wishes of other testators.
Georjre Herring directed that his re-
| mains should He beneath a sundial at
j the Haven of Rest. Maidenhead. Queen
I Victoria planned the entire programme
j for her funeral, even choosing tbe niu-
i ale to bo played, the anthems to be
I sung.
j A couple of months ago a young lady
i who died nt Relgate on the eve of her
I wedding was buried in her bridal
I dress, tho friends who were to have
! been her bridesmaids attending the
I funeral in the gowns which they should
I lave worn at the wedding nnd carrying
j In place of wreaths the wedding bou-
I quets.
More singular was the funeral of
Major Oeneral Algernon Stewart at
I Ilascomhe. Surrey. The coffin was
| drawn to the grave by the dead man's
botse. The mourners walked, an.l the
bearers wore old fashioned smocks,
each wiih its collar adorned with a
text. The same men appeared In their
mourning garments at the church service on tbe foUffWhPS S__<L_.'
Why  He Would  Be Absent.
A   B-uburbau   train   whs   slowly
working its way through one of the I
blizzards of a recent winter.   Finnl- '���
lv it came to a de.i.l t-'top. nnd al!
efforts to start it again were futile.
In tlie wee small hours of the J
morning a weary commuter, numb |
from the cold and the cramped po-1
sition in which lie had tried to sleep.
crawled out of the train an.l floun-1
dcrcd through the heavy snowdrifts j
to the nearest telegraph station, j
This is the messoge ho handed to!
the operator: ;
"Will not be at office today. Not
home yesterday yet."���Everybody'is
Magazine.
TENDERS WANTED
	
Tenders   will   te  received   by  the
undersigned   up   to  5   p.m.,     Monday, I
February 3rd,  1908,  for supplying the
Corporation   with   crushed   rock,  delivered on scows in the city.
The lowest, or any tender nol n.-i-i B-
sariiy accepted,
W, A, DUNCAN,    i
City  Hall, City Clerk.
January 28. 1008. .1 New Westminster
Here It Is-
Owner needs the money. A lot i.fl
feet wide in the hean of the most
rapidly growing part of New West-
niln fer. One block from the car line.
Adjoining lot held at 1000, You can
have this one for
$650
Act quick���do it today.    (Sec. ::.::.,
TWO DAYS MORE
-OF OUR-
Stock-taking Clearance Sale
We will make these last two days the biggest
days in the history of the store.
Only One Way to Do This!
We reduce prices in a way which will cause these two days to be remembered
as the greatest bargain giving event of any store
in New Westminster.
REMEMBER! To-day and Saturday ONLY
Ready-to- Wear Department
Your last  chance to  purchase Winter CoatB at these prices.   Friday and Saturday only.
Our Entire Stock of Ladies and  Misses' Tweed Coats to Be Almost Given Away.
Regular priced Coats, $5.0U to ?8.50.   Friday ami Saturday $2 50
Regular priced Coats, 112.50 to (20.00.   Friday and Saturday $5..q
Children's Tweed  Coats, regular price  $4.r.o.    Friday  and  Satuiday        95;
$1.50 Underskirts, Friday and Saturday 95c
Ten dozen of an overatock In these full sized Black Sateen Underskirts,  double   frills.
Saturday, each	
i r .     an
95c
$7.50 Underskirts, Friday and Saturday $3.75
Ladies' colored Silk Taffeta and  Heatherbloom 1'nderskirts, in hlack, brown and navy.   A la
stock makes vigorous price reduction necessary.   Your choice Of thi.- lot, each   $3.75
Ladies' $5*00 Skirts
Now $1.95
We make a grand clearance of several sale lines Of
Dress Skirts for Friday    and   Saturday    only.     Regular
values run from ?:!...<   to ?6.B0.     Friday    and    Saturday
Kid Glove Department Overstocked
R. gular $1.50 Gloves,    Friday   and
Saturday 95c.   All colors, such as    a
brown, mode grey, black and white,
$2.00 Fur Lined Gloves, now $1.10.
Our entire  stock  of  warm  fur lined
Hosiery Department
Regular 35c and  luc Children's Cashmere Hose, Fri-   ���
Sold during our sale for 35c. Now reduced to a price
which loses money for us on every    pair.    Your    gain,
though they must be sold out,
Ladies' plain, all wool Cashmere Hose;   regular 50c.
Sale price 35c.    Our best selling hose and a line we can
recommend���we  have too many. You profit by our reductions.
$2.00 Corsets Friday and Sat.,
75c
Fifty pair only of Crompton C. B. '
and B. & I. Corsets. Colors, white an.l
grey.     For  these  two days only we
���   will sell these odd lines of corsets at
this   low   price.     All  sizes  in 'lie lot
from 18 to 28 Inches.   Fridaj and Sat-
House Furnishing
Department
Slightly Soiled Wool Blankets,
Regular Price $4.25,   Friday and Saturday $2.50
Twenty pair only union wo il white Blankets, size 60 by 80 inches.
Slightly soiled
day nn 1 Saturday-
Oil sale these two days only $2.50
Regular Price $9.50,   Sale Price $5.50
English an.l Canadian all  wooi Blankets, best makes.   Regular price $7.50 to $9.50. Fn
 ������ $5.50
Cotton-filled Comforters
Regular $2.00,   Friday and Saturday $1.00
Twenty-live only, warm cotton filled Comforters, ln sizes CO by -72,  66  by  72  and   72  by
covered with serviceable materials of nea*. designs.
$1.75 Lace Curtains
Friday and Saturday 95c a pair
A general clearance of odd lines of whit. Lace Curtains with from one pair to six pairs of a kind. V7<
separate them from the rest and clear them out Friday and Saturday, per pair  95c
15c Flannelettes
Friday and Saturday 9c a yard
320 yards of fancy and plain striped Flannelettes.   The entire lot clearing   Friday anil   Saturday    P '
yard   ���  , gc
f j. hart & co W. S. Collister & Co.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.

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