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 _ Shiles & Co.
7|RE INSURANCE
N��W WESTMINSTER. B. C
Wlute,
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
NEW   .VKSTMIXSTER.   B.  C.    WBDNEi   (AY  MORNING. FEBRUARY    19, iw\
t&mm
3 ^-^oU Columbia St.
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-�������h
JAPANESE PACT |WH01ESALE GROCERS    |)R VOIIM DFTRAfTC
"MO BE ENDED1    AEIER HOTEL TRADE  "' Mm KUIM
INSULT TO COLLEGE
'ten cents per week.
Suggestion That Treaty Bel Vancouver Firms Encroach
Abrogated Receives Sup-' on Business Usually Carport in Diplomatic Circles:    ried by Retail Firms
KEEEOEG WSW-ftJEE PENALTY IS
TRIAL IN CHICAGO ^''"gp qn JAPS
  Notorious American Swind- Test Case Under Provisions
Declares  He Did  Not Mean What He Said Last Week - \    *? ^ in Effort t0 Re'      ��f Natal Act ^uiekl* Dis"
McBride Sidetracks Nanaimo's Motion For Royal        I    slst Extradltlon- \    posed Of-Appeal  Today.
London. Fe        -In a debate    ea,
,r A,_,.., treaty in the House
Com.- followers of    tuej
[Uplomati ���  Europe ��ee    the
_   sti0D r* dl solution   i.
;   .. Mane . Europi i a
Jlplomau eed thai  the  rising
i sing orient must
... ol  white  races.
L ���aC( -ikado was made
1(   ,      . v. ia   absolutely
.' i an allej  in
Uk [ar' ' -" iu counter-
���(jtlng the a ilicles of Ger-
renewal of the
Lj,[v .iti J   anes ��� was never
L |    . :��� I   i oth partir.,
,. thai the time Is not
Illstasteful  past
till
ir.i i ..i i.i- r lection ta
J-. i epresentativ-3
|; , < ' ch he made i;i
ifjtjcis ..'iuin-Russian treaty.
. b objections -i
��� '���-'   of   his stud)   -
'���; of more than
.l'i I   was the.
1 i that il wa.- iiai.;'
��� '   ".v   he  had
| tperii d<    In ini xnj
i   ".i'i i.. id th
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bury.
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world   ��
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irzon,  :.
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.   opinion pro �����
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ol than
that ol
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p.
ial  British
stat<---3-
i    _ngl i
eon   IbuU    ,?>
tl i   peace of the
I '' irzon admitte I
I  ol  Hi., a iject    .it'
on  wa   aimed, he
fs''J' m nd ilim that   the
11 intrytuen   quite
��� and only differ-
I.
hil ^i holding lhat if tho
v>as In   ",ni. res] is a
sal i about   it    the
*rgain mad.
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k'> Cui ion laid In. hand on the
:ru : ittei when he referred
"'"'��� :- and trefoenftous awak-
I ��� "���'.: ia,vs as a result or
P����sso-Japanese war,   The day was
** he said, when England    ani
every European na-
J ���'   " fn.er In th. AsiaUc pie,
,"' '    ary, above    all
,'"��-:" ���taln the .solidarity of all
F��Pean Interests ^^
ie denl . ,
A di.-ir-iiii.n- i atirnijit on the part
ot tht- wholesale grocers of Vancouver
to capture the hotel and restaurani
trade ot this city, and the equally r��-
munerative trade c! the iumbei ani
railwaj camps In the vicinity, ha i
Qnally forced the local r< taltera In the
��� u i line ni business to take conci i -
"'! action In order to be In a posl
io make n vigorous , rotei t agalnsl
the union of tli-.- wholesalers.
A special meeting of all the leadin :
grocers of tbe city waa held towards
tho end of lost .-' ��� I . whi n two of th i
merchants t, ei leputi d interview
��� In' Van-" ivei w_oli ii-1b and ma'i i
repre eni il Ions to I h< m. While n
.. ! indication ol the measui -
which the Wet'tmlnster men lntend< I
:.ii,,iil li thi . upj Ij Ing of ho eli
the Vancouver ��bolei alers did noi
i' ase was given oui >ad hii
the eff< "i that i   was po sible to o .
tain       ds   i: 'in  w innlpi g al   pric
. _Ii li   tvould com] are  fa roi ibly  witn
thu pi li ��� ������ "' ma . :��� i bj t_   Vancouvi
I.IC1    V. .-      1,1
A f. .v of the wiioh   .���!'.       . ognizi i
the justice of the complain   -if    tt.
rett.ilers, and promised tha; in futui
the  field   which  the  local  men  look
upon as  peculiarly their own would,,
toi   bi   entered  Into,  but oth< rs    ������ -
fused i ' ��� ii'-' ;.i n the idea o   losing
rade, i    I meed In
ti ntioi   o   i oing ;.;'  r all the
they i ould possiblj get.   The
havi t of the na   es<      ioi    firm,
who Insist Into la   ��� r .
but  this   does   nol   ne ��� ss r Ij   n i an
l h_i   Lhese unfi w   i 11
ir trad.
Ainmi.  iiir   br bu     -   of    thii
if; wl ' .i '    mrchasing    i    ll
'   U"-("l\. ������   v ::���  I ���  .
i '- louch   ��� talkers i n the   dvlsabllity
..  i.iw i     g . I'..: N'v. vv-      Instei tl .���
feri nc -.    No  name need  be  a
ned   In  ihis  connection.
Commission ��� Ross Seeking Record
Marks.
Victoria, Feb. 18.���(Special.)���On 1. v..     ikely to K-ail io disallowance ana
ll   Hawthorntbwaite'a motion   asking w  ild tend   to   dlscoura e   constl'uc-
eto memorialize the ImpeiTi th n    The amendment was Qnally de-
parliamenl for the purpose of securing fi iti I by 30 to 8, John Oliver being
a! commission to Investigate the ninn out.
entire Asiatic    Immigration   question la giving his ruling on the factory
coming up this afternoon, Premier Mc- '-'���' '������ ipeaker Eberta declared that this
li   sidetracked  all  discussion    by wi    nol  an act affecting 'rade   and
adjourning  tae debate   until  a late.'' coaimr -ce, and in  support quoted In
date, ��� ��� -  ui   similai   legislation pasBi I
Ju-. Young, on tlir- reporl of :\v? uni- b;     _<   Imperial parliament.    A  Bug-
verslty   bill coming   up,   ref rred   at gestion   thrown   out   by   Parker Wil-
some length  to his remarks of lasl II         :" the effect that J, A.  Mac-
���    '."ii, in speaking of Colum- dona I, leader of the opposition, was
bian college,  he  had  made a  state-
-'      ed by the Granby Smeitw com
ment to thi effect that the collegi w a   pi   y, was strenuously denleo by the
. .-   in  the  wa;-  when  legislative J latter.
educational measures .were before the
House, declaring that he ha I not In-
���   toria,    F- :'.    18.���As    honorary
tended   to cast  anj   reflections  upon president of the legislative press gal-
:l'   college   which  he considered    a lecy, th.  premier al   his  home    last
. '������ educational In tltution, evi ...��  _n \ ,��� his usual annual dinner
m        which the province might : i       I mrth estate, as represented In
veil   eel proud. rallery, and .a few specially    In-
Parker Williams (Newcastle), i   eak ������" I   guests.     Among    these    wer
. ad ment mo\  _ mat   no -P1      r El i ns, Hon. Dr. Young, J. A.
mployed on  th    crow's M      ��� nald, K. C and Thomas Taj
hern  railway,  declared that and  Dr,   King,  thi   Conservative  and
Roderick  Ross,  mi i  er for.IJ   rra] whips, and Lawrence McRae
Fi  nil        ; Introduced :;"    i     more thi . li r's secretary.
pose of golig  on record were free from the carea of of-
thai  for any tangible good which he B I t'ne thornj points -
expected   the   country   would   derive ' newspapi     men were troui
Pn   iler   McBride  opposed I        lil r's call for "copy." The prem
r ,i nt on the groun I that It l<    was the genial host he always
Ci ptain Kelloeg, a notorous Amert The ln-st prosecution under the Na-
can embezzler, forger and all  round tai act recently made law by the pro-
'. -- . class crook, who was arrested al vlnclal  government,  came  up   before
Kamloops  a   few    weeks    ago    and Stipendiary .Magistrate Captain Pitten-
charged with having forged the slgna- drigh yesterday morning, and the fuM
t in of Capt Robertson, paymaster of penalty permitted bj tlui ar-i was im-
the American troopa at Seattle, t<> two posed on the 'wo prisoners, T. Okasaid
cheques of $4'ioo and 12500 respective- and M. Nakanl.   Tlie sentence o_ the
ly,  will have to stand trial on  these court was that a line of |500 vaeh be
charges on the American side, Chle! imposed, or in default twelve months
���histice Hunter having yesterday  de- imprisonment.     The   prisoners   can.
' to gram a stay of the extradl- however, be admitted to bal] on   two
roceedlngs. surefiee of $260 each  thai  thej  will
Kelloeg   is   well     supplied   with have the province within one month,
tainted money���and prepai ���: The decision will b_ contested by 0.
!���       lengthy tight to prevent exti   i1 G, Mucdonnell, K. ('., defending coun-
tion.    The cheques which  1)3  forged sei, who will file a writ 01 habeua cor-
converted Into cash at Fresno,
Cul.,   but  alihough   he  is  at   present
rged only with these two offences,
tl   n   is sufficient evidence to Becure
I       lonviction on  dozens    of    otii��-r
;es.   The amount of money which
h..  !.:- accumulated by unscrupulo--^
ana  during the past   few  years
-.    ,   ii Ij estimated at from $iv  I i
- -imtler  a   hundred  thou
Hi   ���   i   .��� taki n to Chicago for trial
eedluga against him having beei
til  ������������-.: from that city.
FLOODS   IN   PITTSBURG
pus In the supreme court today to test
ii.- constitutionality of ihe Natal ai ���
lt is expected thai the case will be
heard in chambers In Vancouver this
morning before the chief justice.
Ir addiUon Lo the cowe. R. Ca -
sidy, K. C, tor the prosecution, and
D. C. Macdonell for the defence, there
wen present Mr, Vada, Japanes i con-
Bul at Vancouver, representatives ot
two Japanese newspapers, and a large
number of visitors, among whom was
a brother of one of the prisoners,
Okazakl. The two men were arrested
at  Blaine    by    Provincial    Constable
against the po-ttU
,. Ights acquired b,
r^n world in the  Vsiatic con-
tt"1 Politics see in thi,
;,:"- " '     I ' romer the conflr-
��ofth�� Idea thai   the   Anglo-
;; Ion   was   ,'���,eny���-
,,hr    ' ���    :'   Great   Britain
t0"1 les of her treat,
-
wn,
Hubert
Wil> Not Close Bars.
'' 18. Hon
'��� " Public works, an-
it the "        l"-isl-""1'" lust night
��� wwrnmeni  will not accede
1 the numerous pet.
_^_______________i
do
"?a* ��he bars b. closed"*."!
Another   Newspaper   tor   Westminster.
Within a shun ii . th clt; w li
i" the home of yel another paper,
negotiations to tins end having been
In progress tor some weeks and being
almost complete al this time, The new"
paper will be published weekly, ami
will be modelled on the style of One
of the Vancouver papers. The name
if the new publication baa not yet
been decided upon, but that it will
bear an euphonious title Is a foregone
conclusion. Tlie sheet will circulate
among a class of people that neither
of the daily papers of this city reach
to any extent at the present time, it
will be a four page sheet, printed entirely in the Japanese language,
CHESTER GILLETTE TO
PAY   FULL  PENALTY
Albany, \. V.. Peb". 18.���The court
of appeals decrees thai Chester N,
Gillette, Of r-un Hand, must die in tin-
electric chair tor the murder of Grace
Brown,    of    South    Otselle,    Chango
county,   at    Bin   Moose     lake     ill      the
Adirondack- on July 11, 1906. The
court affirms the Judgment Of conviction of murder iu the first degree anp1
tin- sentence of death rendered at the
extraordinary term of the supreme
court In Herkimer county held by the
order of the last, governor.
HAPPY COUPLE RECEIVES
UNi WtHUlNti PRESENTS
V wedding   was   i
��� ,  ning ai  tb   b mi
W.   I-   Pales,   Mackenz.e  aid  Agne
'.   '   .,    ctlng partii - I eh
.i .in. ron, of this city, , .
M   t   ' larolinr    U itzenrod,  o;'    Grai I
ttapids, Mich.   The large house, ;,  .
llfuilj    !' < orate I   with    plains    an i
(lowers,   was   thrown   open     to    tn
i       s, of whom there wer�� ��om   sixt;
in all.
The nuptial knot  was  t.cd  in    thi
large   dining    room    by    Kev. .1. _.
Henderson, pastor   of   St. Andrew
Presbyterian church, the bride being
gi\Mi away by her brother-in-law, T.
W. Pbster.   The bride was supported
by her niece. .Miss K, E. Foster,   an I
the groom by   W.   E,  Sinclair.    Th
'Hide  looked   beautiful   in   a  dress of
silk eoliene over taffeta,   The bride.-
maid wore a dress of St. Albert cloili
trimmed with chiffon.   Th-- bride tarried a large bouquet of white carnations and the  bridesmaid  a  bou.uetl
Of pink carnations.
Following tbe ceremony the guests
s.it down to a sumptuous wedding SUp-
; i i In ill*.- large dining hull, where the;
long table, profusely covered with
,;.>���-., of flowers, and the pretty
dresses of the bridal assemblage.]
made
i ilvi r er ram and i ugai I i i
; Mrs, ii. Blakelj; drawn worlt
��� cover, Miss ll"\\ ay;  : ������ i ry dish,
M    ami Mrs, .1. R, Benson, Nanaimo;
: ��� cruet, Mr. ainl .Mrs. C. S. K< Itli,
...     i  ���  ���  ��� ...   >i  .   '.i.l   Mr. .  .1
La Iner;   silver   pickle   ci u
Miss  F. Foster, Ladner;   hand   ma le
al ten oon tea apron, -Mrs. J, A. Shoff.
Kent,  Wash.;   silver bread way. Mr.
..-ui   Mr:.   H.  Benson,  Ladner;  silvi r
��� ild  meal   fork,    Mis.   p,  .\i itheso i,
Ladner;    drawn    work    centre   cloth,
Mrs,  A.  D.  Patterson,  Ladner;   sliver
igar shi 11, Mr. and Mrs. i;. it. Man-
ley, Ladner; cut glass sail and pepper
shakers, Mrs. A. Cameron; silver tea
Hutchinson, on failing io comply with
RECEDE, DANGER OVER   the  reading  and   writing    test    pre-
  I scribed  by the Natal act, and refus-
. I-'" i. 18.���Tlie   rlvera   In   Ing to return across ihe line.
Evidence was taken trom the provincial constable and Ch ef < Son tab* -
Spain regarding the arrest, and under
the direction of the magistrate a lest
was put to thr- two men In thi court,
which they professed to te unable to
Pittsbti:
.     ami lis suburbs   have   re-
rned to the limits of their banks and
flood is over.
Friends   I   u  thai   David  Heel,  do
years old, a steamboat  fireman,   and
Kuward Hess, have been lirowued In   l-asb
I v., Pennsj Ivanla a fenue hous is that
collapsed during the Hood. U. R. Anderson was rescued from iho debris
after being in the river for several
hours.
.Nearly a score of others had nar-
Mr. i.'assiiiy, in addressing the mag
lstrate, said lhat the Natal act made
It unlawful for any person to come
into British Columbia who, when asked by the officer appointed to'fill out
the form provided, failed to rio bo,
The constable at the boundarj  put to
scapes.   Steel and iron mills and theBe ,���,.��� tne lpsts .,���,, |h(,,.0 was n0
other Industrial plants have begun the doub( ih.]{ riu,v ,..,������., willlill tlu, p,,,.
cleaning up process, and some of them i,ibitU)ii of the act.   The only question
will  i'i- able to operate today. ,eft  t<J  his  woreh_g    Wilii  it���    ���,  lh^
Many famil.es are in dlstrcas on ac- ,K1UU-IV to be imposed, and th.- statute
." ":is, Mr. and Mrs. \V. C, Coatham;
china cream and sugar howls In Bilver  count of the flood and charita le in-   .,,.,, ,h ,t ,.,��� n-i-istr-ite could inve- '
tray Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. Welsh; silver   atltutions hav,- demands far in exces.   gate am, Aecide [^ matte. ,_ . H���m.
fruit  spoon,  Mr. and    Mrs.    Jame.j ot their resources. ! mary manner.    After explaining that
: the penalty laid out  by the act w,a3
USE AUTOMOBILES IN 'S0C,  or   in   iieu   of   payment,   twel'c
months' Imprisonment,   he   submitted
CONGO RUBBER TRADE
Welsh,   Ladner;    silver    cream    and.
sugar bowls,  Mr. and  .Mrs.  Frank de
Grey;  china cream and sugar bowls,
.Miss A. !.. Giliey; silver card receiver,
Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs, Mi 	
Dlarmld; silver tea spootts, Mrs. Dona- New York, Feb. 18.���Utilization of
hue, Detroit. Mich.; silver cake dish, automobiles to transport rubber from
Capt. and Mrs. ,1. W. Rogers; Uve the back country of the Congo to Hie
o'clock tea set, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. river is planned by the American Con-
Smith; wedgewood cream pitcher, go company, whose general manage.",
Arthur M. insiey; hand painted china Samuel P. Verner, arrived here yeater-
bonbon dish, H, Campbell; hand paint- day from Africa, where he has been
ed cream and sugar howls, Mr. and the directing head of the expeditions
Mrs. w. K. Angus, Vancouver; Ores- that have been operating the territory,
len china cream and sugar bowls, Mr, The problem of the territory, says Mr
and Mrs. Clifford Lord; cut glass car- Verner, is that of transportation, and
Mrs.   (1.   W.   lliHey;   silver
Mi. and Mrs. T. F. Putte--
"ThU h My 62nd Birthday"
Bichop Gallagher.
���"Slit Rev  \-   i   ,
(lai,,, . "'-noias Aloysiua Gallagher   Roman Catholic bishop ol
'"a -|-t,v
Ot,] ' ft'M born February 19,   ism,  tn   Belmont country,
tending u���, district schools he went to Cincinnati and
;':i"-s|lioo,l at Mi.  st. Mary's sr-miuary in that city.   He
"is  ,.,. ChrUtmaaDay, In 1888, and became assistant priest
toTl. i��� ..'    ('hl"'cl1 I" Colum bus.   Here he remained from 1869 lo
in thi  lai
1,1 ''"lui.,!,,,.
>ears Wbl.;"        continuing In HSltloil until 1878.   The next few
' a�� Pastor of 81. Patrick's church, Columbus, and
*������ Bppoint( .';",' "10 ,lloc?8e- In January, 1882, Father Gallagher
i;'lUl-..;i h|. '""'l'0''Carlo;,us and iidmlniutrutor of the diocse of
"l"1"���:���'sai ��������� i''""';"<-',����lon as bishop taking place In April of the
u's,"ii. ' ""'s la,"i' ii- waa raised to the bishopric of _*i-
'" ���'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ver  rests,
litilug picture for the close ot   (a]u, j^,
tile .'veiling. Thu happy couple, amid \ ^ Va,1(.'(���u,.,: bottle of ,���.,.,-������,,���. F.
showers of rice, and many hearty good j w Ml.K,.nzie; .terllng five o'clock tea
wishes, left on the 10:3u car for Van-
that the accused should receive thi;
maximum penalty In each case. There
was no reason in the world why it
���i.otild noi be understood m on_w tnat
this act was going to be enforced to
. Its fullest extent, he said,   it w.-s in
' the interests of all thai it should be
enforced.    II was  not only  In the '"
terests of this province, hut tt was in
' the Interests of people who were pro.
posing to come Into the province    in
! contravention of the act.    t<   under
i stand that the intention was to carry
| It out  to   its  limit.    .��  nne.  oi   |j50U
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ service, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ferguson-
Tne  bride's  travelling gown1    .,         , ., , ..       ...
��� �� silver card receiver, Mr. and Mrs. \\.
ctouver,
was of wine colored   broadcloth with I
hat to match.    Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
will visit all the Important coast cities
during  i heir  honeymoon,  the  trip extending over two or three  wweks.
Mr and Mrs. Cameron were the recipients of many beautiful and valuable presents, among which were
noticed; Set of mink furs. Mr. ani
Mrs. T. W. Foster, Ladner; silver
bread plate, F. T. Christopher; buck
horn carving set, Mr. and Mrs. F. W
Cameron; carving set. Mr. and Mi
William  Rogers;   biscuit  jar, Mr.  an J 	
Mrs. F. .1. Pearce;  silver sauce ladle, ,	
.Mr. and Mrs. t. Parcell; silver earl Winnipeg, Fell. is.���The announcp-
receiver. W. K. Sinclair; hand painted ment that the police commission had
trult dish, Messrs. WoOBter Bros.; elPc the prosecution of Lord's Day viola-
trie reading lamp. Mr. und Mrs. G. V tions created much satisfaction
[Union;  biscuit   Jar,  Mr. and   Mrs.  A    thioughotit thp city, especially anions;
his idea that the use of the automo-
hiles Is  the    most    practicable    "i-"'
.   . , .      ���        .   was very reasonable.    That  was    In-
lounded upon personal examination of1 ,,   .   ���
,,,    #w_��� ,,,,   _    ���   ,      , ..       .      I dloated by the circumstanoe that there
ihe conditions.    Iiack    of the    river ^^^ ***************
sirlp of timber land, he says, are the
high, smooth veldts or plains, covered
E. Gilley;   set of dinner knives ani   tor the most part with long grass and
I forks, Mr. and Mrs. .Wis Nelson. Sap-   practically devoid of timber,
i perton; china cream and sugar IhiwIs. , '	
Miss  Marion   Fraser;   toilet ser.   Mr.
and Mrs. George Adams,
The  bride's gift  to thi groom  wn*
a handsome and cosily diamond stud;
the groom  presented  the bridesmaid
with a valuable amethyst brooch sei i
with pearls,
were other Immigrants entering this
province who were provided against
by Dominion statute in the A"in Ol
$500.
     "We submit   that tne  act   Is  ultra
~~ " j vires," said  Mr.  Macdonell.    "I don't
Basketball on Friday. want to take up the time of the court
On Friday next the basketball teams |if y��Ur wor8hlp te,,s ,ne you won'1
Of the city will clash with two teams COnfl<tor that c'uest,on- If -TOl' wl"
trom the V. A. C. of Vancouver.   The' insider lt I will give you my feasons
CURE PROSECUTIONS
UNDER SUNDAY LAWS
Davie, Mrs. (ii-egg, and G. Patterson;
CUt glass berry bowl, Mr. and Mr-i
Wilbur .Smith; cut glass salt and pep
p,-r shakers. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc��
business   men.    The  police,  too,    expressed  relief.
The  feeling  became so acute that
thp  Lord's  Day Alliance thouglit    it
II
-.5
K'uzie; Bilver cake dish, Mr. and j necessary to disavow responsibility
Mrs. F. Gulchon; chiaa salad bowl,, for the crusade. Rev, VV. M. Roches-
M.-. ami Mrs. \\\ n. Clark; cut glass, ter issued a lengthy statement to tlMU
bonbon  dish,  Mr.  and Mrs.   Howard, effecj.
Westminster boys up to date have not
a single defeat registered agalnsl
them and they believe that they are
capable of beating any team that-
dares to meet them. Should they win
on   Friday,  as   they   fully   anticipate,
Captain Pitfemlrigh: "1 shall be
etrlctly guided by the Immigration act
passed by British Columbia."
Mr. Macdonell: "Then it will be
useless for me to proceed now and it
,. ,���   '   ...    _i_   ,r Z _ri will be for nie to bring it up bv an
tliev will go after the Vancouver V. M.; '
-,,.,. , .,    ..'application   for  habeas  corpus   before
C. A, for the championship   ot    the,   "
,,    ._ , _. __. .   the supreme court judge."
Pacific coast, and they are confident ' J    B
that 1s coming their way too.     The | **~ ~ '
games wlll be played at the armouries, | Strike Likely to Extend.
the intermediate game being called tor i    ]/>ndon, Fob. 18.���The shipbuilding
8 o'clock and the senior game for 9.   strike along the Tyne, which already
The following are the line-ups: ��� has lasted a month, Is   likely   to   he
Senior���Guards, Peele and Spring; greatly extended, first, by a lock-out
centre, Lund; rorwards, Morrison and; which will com. into effect at the end
Robertson. of tne present week, and second, by
Intermediate-���Guard?, Spring ani a strike of the allied trade engineers,
W. S_n.cter; centre, R. Sangster; for-j who have voted by aa overwhelming
wards, Gilley and Swanson.
majority against a reduction of wages.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
VVEDf,
Tender for G*
T.P. Accepted
by Officials
I".        18.     iff! an-
ni ... f the awari of the <on-
tr.n t foi Ing o      : . . ��� ed miles
of thr Gi an   Ti link Pacific r.ai w a;
i .\.. :,   Prlnci    Etupr        and   Kitsalas
' the   Skeena    river,    to
(' ���'.'.-. Welch & Stewart, sui-
:    Messrs. Foi y Bros., L n-s in
��       , la expected within a few days.
!...   - b dales   in the   bids   of   th
trai tei   - ,-��� r    bave  been worke
out,   ..        mpanj  na - _i r-n round
be the lowest. Its tender will appi
mate between $6,000,000 and 17,0 10,0
or ui av. rage of $70,000 a mile.
Other tenderers Included    Win
Bro ..  of  .Minne.ipolis,..Mr.  J.   1).   Mc-
Arthur,  of  Wlnnip sg,  and   McA
Bros., of Chicago.
The - acce Bful firm, it is un lers o I
will begin construction work
Prlnc Rii] i rl and Kitsalas C in o i
early in April. Mosl of the i oatracl
will be su ii :. June will see grading
operations In progress along the n-
tire 100-mile section. The work will
prove the heavle il on the entire transcontinental line i" tween the Atlantic
ami Pacific.
It is understood that ai leasi two
years will lie occupied in completing
tli" contract, which will afford employment to thousands of men. The branch
line from Kitamaal to Kitsalas Canyon wili also be rushed to completion.
The entire British Columbia section of
the main line between Prince Rupert
and the Yellow head pass wlll b i under !
construction before the end of next;
summer.
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
Carelessness Is the great sin of most
people.
If a man doesn't acquire a little sense
with age he cheats himself.
If a man owns a pocketknlfe it is
hard for him to pass a grindstone.
Say what you please about mora;
courage, the man who has a lot of it
Is mighty unpopular,
Make the stories you tell ou a rainy
day as short as possible, especially If
you tell them under an umbrella.
There is very little use trying to cou
vlnce a man who meets your statement with this argument: "I'll bet
you." etc.
Xo matter how highly you may value
your own opinion, remember It does
not go with other people unless they
think exactly as you do, which, by the
way, they seldom do.���Atchison Globe.   !
UtUDMAIC   SUICIDE.
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Why It Should Exeit. Mor* Horrer
Thin Any Other Murder.
As to its moral aspects, suicide is
manifestly forbidden by the divine
law. One of the commandments of the
Decalogue declares, "Thou shalt not
kill." To make the law as eompr.
henslve as possible It Is uot said,
"Thou shalt not kill thy neighbor,"
which qualifying phrase ls employed
In some of the other commandments���
as, for Instance, "Thou shalt not'.rear
false witness against they neighbor;"
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's
house." The prohibition to kill is therefore absolute. It forbids the taking of
human Hfe, whether by suicide or
homicide.
There is another commandment
which says, "Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself." Now, the love
which we owe to our neighbor forbids
us to slay him, and therefore the love
which wp owe to ourselves forbids us
to compass our own death. If the law
allowed us to kill ourselves, while forbidding us te kill our neighbor, our
love for our neighbor would not be
eouiitl, but supericr. to our lo\e for our-
���<Hves.
Nay, I hold that suicide i.i a more re
volting sin than the killing of another.
The closer the ties of relationship iu>-
tween the murderer and his victim the
more atrocious Is the crime. In the
estimation of mankind, a parricide, or
matricide, or fratricide, or uxoricide, Is
a more shocking criminal than an ordl
nary homicide. And as a man has
more intimate relations to himself
than to a parent or hrotber or wife, his
deliberate self destruction should excite more horror than the murder of a
parent brother or wife.-Cardinal Gib
bons in Cmiturv
j The Perveree doll Ball,
A collector of evidence on the subject
maintains learnedly that the golf ball
Is the most perverse of human Institutions. Here is a list of strange lies
noted by a follower of the ancient
game; In another player's pocket,
where it bail dropped after traveling
200 yards; In a cow's mouth; ou the
roof of a clubhouse; behind the glass
protecting n painting hanging on a
cottage wall; lu B dump of daisies,
which it so resembled that It was not
found for an hour. When It fell In tbn
cow's mouth tbe fright ened animal
galloped -TO yards nearer the hole nurt
en restored the ball to Its owner. He
M)tly claimed to have driven It fl'.)"
ind the right to play It from
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This is positively the last week of our
Great Alteration Shoe Sale. Spring goods
are commencing to be called for; we have
nearly 100 cases of spring goods already
at the freight sheds, but we have to leave
them there until next week, as we have
no room for them yet.   This week, then, will be one for Shoe Bargains.
We have re-arranged the prices on every shoe on our bargain tables,
and have reduced them away clown in price.
LADIES'
Patent
Leather
PARTY
SLIPPERS
The $3.00 and $3.25 very best Paten1,
Slippers.   Going thi^week tor $1.90
Ladles' $2.50 and $2.7.", lines of Fancy
Slippers for     $1.50
LADIES'
Patent
Leather
AMERICAN
BOOTS
ii,   &4.50 and $5.00 Patents in Bluth-r
an l Lace are reduced this week to,
���;   pair,     $3.25
The $1.00 and $ 1.50 Patents and Gun
M m;-. reduced to $2.95
READ THESE PRICES
Then Stay Away���If You. Can
See our Men's
$5.50 Patent.
Leathers for
$3.75
Men's $6.00 Patents, Some Button and I.ace.   This week's price $3.75
Men's $4.50 Vici lioodyear Welt Bluchers, now $2.75
Men's $4.,J0 and $5.00 Velour Calf Boots,  now       $3.25
Men's $:!.o0 and $1.00 Velour and Box Calf Boots, now $2.50
Men's  $2.50   Medium   Weight  Hoots, now $1.00
Men's $3.50 and  $4.50 Working Boots, now     $3.00
Men's $2.00 Working So it.-, now  $1.00
Boys   $2.00   and   $2.25   School Hoots, now   $1.45
Child's $1.35   School  Boots,   now   90.
Infant's $1.00 Button and Lace Boots,  now       60c
Women's  $2.50  Lace Boots,  Kid and Box Calf, now $1.25
Women's $3.00  Laoe Boots,  now $1.90
Women's $1.50 Felt House Sli ipers,  now    **       75c
Childs' fiOc  and  $1.25  Slippers, now    ���    25c
Miss-.-s'  and Childrens'  $1.00  House Slippers, now      25c
COLLEGE
BOOTS
Ladies'$4 & $4.50
College Boots for
$2.95
COME THIS WEEK
Next Week's Prices Will Be Different
Big Shoe House
LIMITED
Sign of  the Big  Electric Boot
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Tre^? Plants
"Kerry Gov,," I who are accustomed to the ponies can
Bernard  Daly, in  that    quaint    old ! hardly keep from hotting.
Irish play "Kerry Cow  will be at the      Mr-   Daly's   voice   is   melody  itselt
o]ivra house  Tuesday,   February     25. j and of late years he Ikls neen placo.1
Much has been said ot the play and I by many critics In the class of Andrew
of its st.ar. so both play and player de-| Mack and Chauncey Olcott, Whether i morning. One of the miners was kill-
serve honorable mention. Tin- pla-- or not that ls true audiences will ho ed following the accident which en-
teems with excitement. There Is a able to judge on Tuesday evening, Now, tombed the men, and two were in-
famous race scene wh'ch is staged you all do want to see a pocket edition jured, The other* appeared none the
In  so reillstic  a  manner  that  those  of Chauncey Olcoti ' worse for their experience.
Entombed Miners Rescued.
Pottsville, Pa,', Feb. is.���AH but one
of the twenty-eight miners who were
entombed yesterday in   the   MIdvale
colliery were rescued alive early thii
"n or Con.
no fium.
for the  Farm, Gai
servat
Reliable    var
i rli ���   .    mi .on
gation to dam
agent* to anno; alrectZ
gel trees and a eds '
Fertilizers,    B g
Pumps,     Spra> ng      .,. '
. Flowers, etc.    Old. ,     ���
series on the malnl ,.,, '
login- free.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses  and   Seed Houtei
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.!
Westminster
Transfer Co
ifflc. Tbon , 1 - H,-.   ..���.,,,��� |1?
Columbia
i,i_fc-.ii.i-  di llvered r,0 .n.
.art of i lih city,
Light and Heavy Haulinj
Otfioe���Tram  Depot
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manut ici   ���       :.i Deal-!
ers In Ladles' and Genl '
FINE HAIR ii'
Toopes, Wigs. Transforn    on
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching   and Dy
Ing.   Manicure and Massage, C-lrpodi
and Scalp TreatrC' n'.
436 Granville St. Vancouver, B. cj
c
OOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARD:
of New Westminster and dist-i
On Sale at ���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
UT Advertise the town we liv   in
mailing Picture Post Cards hi ya
friends.
HAMS a��
18c <"r lb-
THE
I
Central Meat Marl
Corner Eighth St. and   Firth AveiW
PHONE 370.
BOWELL 4 ODDY, Proprietors.
R. MILES & CO.
| Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, I
Repairs of all kinds given sprcialat|
! tention. Sewer connections made.
j Moderate Charges. I'hone A 3,
! Front St. New Westminstel
Roof of your house o.
bam gone back on you'
No wonder after the hard "inter.
Few can stand it. id
Put on a new  one of RUM1"
Roofing.   No trouble then.       ,
Ruberoid is tn clastic roofinjw
will  stund   nil   kinds ot ��������"*��,
heat, cold, sun, rain, windj ��"
no difference to Ruberoid.
It  is weath.-rproof and nrc
slstlni.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied anrl req��'
no paintiinj. . ���,,,��,
Call or write for full parties
samples and prices.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  M.  C.
LIMITED
New Westminster I ,ESDA"
FEB.   19.  1908-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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JOB
PRINTING
Go to
The Arrow Press
Windsor Hotel  Block.
5
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Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soap,
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow   directions.
AmericansAre
j   Accused of
!     War Plot
cents a bar
McQUARRIE &CQ.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
English   and American   Billiard   Ta-1,
les,   Bowling   Alleys,   etc.     New   and]
second ��� hand   tables   and   supplies   In j
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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Tie
Daily      1
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BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
Iran. Trunk Jy. p. CRAKE
iictllent Train Service Between
flicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
fontreal, Quebec,        |
Portland, Boston,!
Nlthe principal business centers of '
F*RK>. QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
>'''liri-'lAl.(i. new YORK and I
P'l-AHKi.i'iiiA, via Niagara Falls.
* Tim. Tables, etc., arlflress
GEO. VV.  VA'.X,
te',-"'1 Pa '""-"'' !in" TWwt
ri".18oAdams St. Chicago, III.
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles' Sold Watches from $12.75 tip.
Qqntlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Hon.
Watches, supplied to the Weliman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Mugs, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; raarges reason-
a hie.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  ANO   FASTEST=
|rains & Steamers!
cpH. MAIN  LINK.
fil*6 New Westminster 8:36, 11:3!
I., '"   N'""���     Wfsiinin.ter    10:25 I
R' 6;3<>. 18:25, 19:36.
W]y   express   arrives    12:46,
I��� 'a: 15,
R'S*���** RAILWAY.
1.N w'do   ,'"'-: l,r- Seattle 4 p.m.
|l '   "���^p.m.j ar. Seattle 10 p.m
t'H."w\ . Y-VANCOUVER
U.��     p,ffi' and 9:55 p. m.
' v-nrou v-(.|- R ie
n v  ,       m- an(1 * P.m.
rt.n,Mu  WeBtminster 3:50 p.m.,
L     "l"'l"|!i  6  |,.1||.
Ri? ; '  '"., arrive New
t, We8tmlnster .-.an ,  -.
T,    '"��� Wednesdays anil Fridays-
KnILTiuc~vancouvbR.
lu  VNeatmin-^er  5.50, 6.60, 1
|- tm ij' J    every half n<"��r there-
it��UTer f��r We<"m.nster ��
���
EMPRESSES^
18,000 I-Mi'HESS OF HKITAIN (14,600
H. Power { EMPRliSS OK IRELAND J      IONS
GREAT    REDUCTION'S   IN   FAKE-
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
he
ADVERTISB      -��
- IN -
�� A ' '- V      NEWS
^ WANT  IlELp.
These cheap rates will only lust for
a short time. Better arrange your
hooking now.
Next sailing date Empress March ti.
For other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
0. P. K. Agent.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
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8-
9-
12-
13-
14-
15-
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24-
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27-
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33-
36
���Asylum.
-Royal City Mills.
-Carnarvon and Tenth.
-Royal avenue and Eighth.
-Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
-St.  Mary's Hospital.
-Second and Park Row.
-Columbia and Dufferln.
���Sapperton.
���Queen's avenue and  Sixth,
-.-.rd avenue and Second.
-Fifth av����>ue and Fourth.
-Fifth avenue nnd Eighth.
-Third avenue and Tenth,
-Agnes"and Sixth.
-Schaake Machine Works.
-Columbia and McKenzie.
-C.P.R.  St-tlon.
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
P. O. Box 1185
Howling Alloy.  Pender St..
VANCOUVER
Agenl   tor  Messrs. Samuel  May  _���
' .   '''.i'-'l,"t.O.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric- iighteil 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    Reduced    P.i'i<-i,    Round   Trij
Rates   to   Southern   Caiiiorn;.
For frJl information call on or write
C. E. LANG, -General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, E. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
Mail Service
Disi   ���  hed by C. P. R. train al  S: 15
a. m.; close 8 a. ni.
Sumas aud Seattle, via Huntingdon
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except  Sun
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   d-iily   excepi
Sunday,   oralis Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electr.c railway
Co., 7:4."i a. m.:
Vancouver, No,  1,  dailyexcept Sun
Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, _.4ij a.m
Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, Port Kelis
ii;,- mere, Hall's Prairie, Hi na
ord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and smith, also all
point, in eastern stales), dally ex-
ce] t Sunday. Return mails received
al 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Monday!
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric raUway,
10:30 a. n_:
Vancouver  No.  .;   Victoria, No,  1;
Central   Park,   dally   except   Sunday
Return mail received at o p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o, m.:
East  Burnaby, daily except Sumiay
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m,
Dispatched by carrier 12'10 noon:
THmberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tuesdays and Fridays.   Return    mails    received Tuesdays and Friday-.
Dispatched by C. P. R. iioat 1:30 p.m,
daily   (closes  daily  at  the  same
time during winter- cnonths:
Ladner, Westham Island, For;
Qulchon, Steveston, Suubury. d.-ii'v
except Sunday. Return malls received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:80 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 6 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    v
3 p.m.
Dispatched hy G.N. Fyler, 4 p. tn.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
m., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mall
received at 1 p. ni.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. .:
Coquitlam, dally except Sunday. Return mail received at 1 p. m.
Opera House Bookings.
Lee WUlai-d   Feb. IS
Wllfrod L. Small (violinist)  ..Feb. 20
Kerry  Cow    Feb. 25
Dream City Mar.   2
A Royal Slave  March 24
Sis In New York  April 1
The   Burgomaster    April 8
San Francisco Opero Co April 2H
A College Boy    May 27
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having- a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never.been
more apparent than at the present time.
  77;,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors,
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Havana, Feb.  18.���The Dlario    Ks-
panol, the organ of the ultra-Spanish
.element, In a leading editorial yesti
day, referring to the special celebration by Americans of the tenth annl-
; vcrsary of the   blowing    up    ol'    the
battleship Maine, says:
"The    commemorate    the blackest
on American history, the world,
Incl. ling honest Americans, believing
Ship was blown up Ly direct
; -i I he war d apartment for the
purpose of Justification In the plan t-.i
���'���  -poll Spain of Cuba."
��� 'i'ii    paper adduces    as    convincing
prool "that the officers of the Maine
attended the funeral of the victims ia
a full-dress uniform,   which    showed
that they must  have Bent  their uniforms ashore in anticipation or an explosion," and alleges that the reason
lhe wreck b&s not been raised is thai
ll would conclusively demonstrate that
I i ���  explos'on was in the magazine."
New Westminster Branch.
F. 3.  LYLE,   Mgr.
This Date in History.
See Our Bargain Counter
1473���
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1.61   ���
Buys any article on the table consisting of a large variety; mi
of China and Glassware ranging in price fromj
35c to $1.00
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up.
1874-
1887-
FEBRUARY 19.
Nicolaus Copernicus, poi:.. asu
tronomer, born.    Died 1541.
New York ceded her lights ia
western lands to the I'nit'-'l
States.
British Hag raised over Corsica.
Ohio admitted to the Union.
-Second Confedenate Congress
met at Richmond.
c,nn. John B. Magruder died at
Houston, Texas. Born in Virginia,  August 15, 1S10.
Business section of Panama de
stroyed by fire.
Congress passed a bill to retire
the trade dollar.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
'   E    ���'. A.'.KER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manager.
A general Banking business transacted.    Accounts  may be  opened  anil   conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received. Interest allowed at current rates and
added quarterly. The depositor i.s subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.j
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Managor
WE   HAVE-
DR. CLAYTON'S
Dog Remedies
SEE OUR  WINDOW
(The famous Ju Ige
and Dog Fancier)
Tire Sf-c-on _ D-ki  of Well log I >n.
Lady   Poroth?   Nr'>-i:!   leils   us   ttkbTX
the second Duke of Wellingtijn was a
very cli rer ami witty man, whom In-
doleucp or pride prevented fioiu taking part In politics or anything else.
. Hi- certainly   was  eccentric  in  man-
. iiers ami dress, generally wearing "an
old soft felt hat and an aged clouk of
i the sort known as a roquelaure, a hug*
i Cape of bliir-k cloth,  and  this,  com-
I bined with  his goggles,  made liim s
i figure of a very noticeable aud eccen
| trie kind."    One day the duke drove-
Lady    Dorothy    Nevlll   down   to   the
: Crystal palace to sec an exhibition of
donkeys,  and   when   there   his  grace
would insist on strolling about in tho
. Inclosure  reserved  for  judges.     Lady
Dorothy told hiiu chey would be ^irn-
i ed  out  nnd  left   him.    Presently au
.lllcial approached and said, "Sir. may
. 1 ask, arc you a judge'.'"    "A judge oi
i what?" thundered the duke.   "Of donkeys,'  came the  reply.    "Certainly  J
nm and (looking hard ai, the roan) a
i very good _ne too.   Leave me alone."
'. The   man   slunk   back   abashed,   and
j there  was  more  whispered  consults-
I Hon among the officials.   Rut the queer
i Intruder was recognized by somebody,
and with many bows and apologies the
Duke  of  Wellington  was  Invited  to
1 become a judge,  to which he agreed
with  much chuckling.���Saturday   Review.
At
Also. FREE BOOK ON DOGS
Ryall's Drugstore
WESTMINSTER TRUST  BLOCK.
W. it. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  16.
G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND IM-TAIL    DLhLERS  IN
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Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcralg Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
War*  of the Wild   Flcph.ru.
Wild elephants terrorize whole districts In India, killing men. women and
: children and destroying bouses, granaries and fields. A T.'oman and her two
I children were sleeping in their hut.
! One of the children heard a noise at
i the granary *td woke the mother. The
i sound of tte human voices from the
! house enraged the Invading elephants,
j one of which charged the house, broke
I It down and killed the woman aud one
I child The remaiuing child escaped ty
I hiding. At another time a woman was
I working at a ford. An elephant walkifdL
i out of the forest and wished to cross
| the stream at the ford. As the woman
I was In the -?fl.v, he picked ber up,
I winding his trunk around 'ter body, the
I end of It coming over i er face and.
I nose. Then he placed the woman geo-
I fly. or as gently ns he could, at one aids*
j of the pall.. He did not mean to hurt
I her, but nevertheless he broke her nos*,'
j tnd one rib by the compression of hi*
- trunk. Again, nn elephant found a
[ mother and baby In a granary which
ihe was demolislilng. With Its huge
; foot It crushed the baby lu Its cradle,
i but, picking up the mother, lifted bar
I out of the honse unhurt, placed ':er oa
j the ground and then went ou rum mag-
! Ins for grain.
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and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
feur times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. ��
N-TW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRTMNXR, Managvr.
Crocodile, nnd Ihe Care.
One does not usually connect croeo-
I dues with a health resort���rather the
reverse���but the creatures are quite a
1 feature of the Indian bathing place of
I Manghaplr, about nine miles from Ka-
rarhl.   This town Is a place of pilgrimage for pious Hindoos, but lt ls chiefly
i famous for the value of Its waters la
I the cure of the dread scourge of lep-
j rosy.   The waters are hot, and more
��� than (50 per cent of tlie sufferers who
bathe there annually, lt Is said, ara
cured.   The crocodiles are rather noteworthy ln that they live ln the hot
water, apparently suffering no lncon-
j Tenlenee from its temperature or me-
, diclnai qualities.-Wide World Maga-
aloe.
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PAGE  FOUR
T3E   DAILY   NEWS.
W_B\ES_A-.
p-a.
19> 1903,
A Mail and
His Clothes
Then- is no success for a poorly
, i
dressed man.    Things do not work
out that way.
Our Spring and Summer Woollens for -Men now ou display and
sale are the finest cloths the world's
looms produce.
cards .how are so deeply mired - ,
their gho:-tl.> squeal is air.. ���
>jnothi
"cheap"
-10"
There's bo economy in buying
salt.     At   pr<_*at  prices
WINDSOR SALT costi no
more  than   imported   salt.    It  U
pure and never cakes.
MOTICE
Morga
Opposite the Posl Office,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
ns
B. C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B, C.
Some  Tory   Timber  Grafters.
Shiel ;art and ttcLaren-
milcs.
The Haggarl mentioned here is the
Hon. John Haggart, formerly minister
of railways In the Conservative Government, and at present member ol
the House. Mr. McLaren was a Conservative Senator.
.1. G. ll. Bergeron���-50 miles.
Mr. Bergeron Is a member   of   the
House  and was  attached   to  Mr.   it.
L. Borden's party on the recent west-
em  political  tour,  in  the  capacity  of! ��
expounder  of  Conservative  purity.
lion. I). Tisdale- 52 miles.
Formerly Minister of MUltia in the
Conservative Government and a mem-  _	
ber of the House now. rpo    RENT���LARGE    FURNISHED
Geo. II. Perley���50 miles. J.     house,    excellent    grounds,    or-
Conservative member of the Houae chard,    etc.    Apply    "Owner,"  p. o.
now. Box 245, N'ew Westminster, B. c.
lion. W, I-:. Sanford���50 mill - 	
Conservative Senator trom    Hamll- TX7 ANTED���BY QUIET, RESPEC-
I,,,] VV      table    gentleman,    room    and
Nicholas Flood Davln���50 miles.        j hoard   with   private   family.       State
Forflier Conservative   member    for terms.   W. E. J., Daily News office.
West Assinlboia,    Mr. Davln sold this
WANTED���P.'
Brst class
������ a s ol New Weetmlnsl  -
li men,���I l;eg to   Intoi m
 197 W
out of the -l- who secured free timber limits from the Conservative Gov-
ernment In the year 1883 alone.
j     Condensed
Advertisements
10R SALE���HANDSOMEST RESI-
dence in city, fine grounds, tennis court, best locality, corn r lots.
For particulars write "Owner," P. o.
Box 245, New Westminster, B. C.
ynu
that it ia very aeces-ary tiiat all backyards and premises should Ir.- properly
Laundries Rcqulallon By-Law, 1100
Amen-iii-iit By-Law, 1908.
A   By-law to    amend
the    L-undrie^
Regulation By-law,
1CC0.
dues to the Govern-
E.
A.   Paige Managing   DirecAor
���''���.-���i--��'-.*j.'���:��� -:: ���
3,-..
WEDNESDAY,  FEB.   i9,  1908.
PARTNER    TO    JOIN
mechanic    In    sash
jand door .business, etc.    Small capital
I required.    Box C. C. Daily News.
w
WHO   STOLE  THE  T|MBER ?
When .Messrs, Laiie and Ames precipitated 'the debate in the House of
Commons nn the Liberal Government
timber policy, they, as neophytes in
politics, did uot realize the volcano on
which I hoy slood and lhe terrible
story of Tory abuse of a public trust
which has belched forth to their
chagrin.
Driven to the lowest depths of degradation in their attempts to discredit the best Federal Government
Canada has ever had these Conservatives had the effrontery to compare
tho administration of timber areas un-
ib-r the Laurier Government with that
Of their own party when lhey held
power, and If they had searched tlie
records since Confederation they could
not have found anything more condemnatory  of their own   party.
For eighteen years these apostles of i
purity held the public domain, lands'
and timber, to be the legitimate perquisite of and dlvidable .amongst the
Conservative Senators and members
of the House of Commons, defeated
���candidates, party heelers, aud prominent party backers from whom, or
through whom, campaign funds were
augmented.
The public Interest did not count
with these purists and these valuable
i oncesslons were handed out generous-
1\ to the faithful without any effort being made to get in exchange- any compensation for the public treasury.
In 1878, upon the Conservatives
gaining control, this steady systematic
looting commenced and the raid continued until Ins:;, when all principle
was thrown to the winds, and the
rapacious Conservative politicians engaged in an unseemly scramble, and
divided amongst themselves the Immense area of 10,326 square miles of
timber limits covering C,��fKS,640 acres
of land, the heritage of the people of
Canada as a whole.
cent of bonus or
ment.
Hiram Robinson���50 miles.
Conservative candidate for the clt
of Ottawa in 1896.
Charles Magee���50 miles.
Prominent  Ottawa Conservative.
D. E. Sprague���50 miles.
Conservative candidate In Winnipeg I ���________-_-_______-_-���
Thomas Marks���50 miles. TTT ANTED���TREE PRUNING AND
Conservative politician. Port Arthur. !  VV      Spraying.   Orders left at West
T. W, Currier- ."����� miles. ! Side   Grocery.     Charges    reasonable.
Prominent  Conservative    politician., Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANTED ��� ALL KINDS OF
furniture repairing. Pianos and
organs tuned and polished. Humphreys, Carnarvon street, near City
Bakery.
���50 miles.
Northwest
Tevri
VV.    Muirhead���50
Ottawa.
Dr. R. (I.  Brett
Former Premier
1 tories.
Hon.     Sena I m
miles.
Dr. W.  II. Montague���50 miles.
Former  Minister of  Agriculture in |
Conservative Government,
S. W. Monk���50 miles.
j     Former Conservative M. P. P., Car-
: leton.
Adam Brown���50 miles,
Formerly  Conservative member  for'
< Hamilton.
j     Hon. Senator R. llardisty���50 miles.:
G. H. Bradbury���50 miles.
Conservative politician, Selkirk.
Amos Roe���50 miies.
Former proprietor Winnipeg Times,;
.   i and made sanitary.   From the
:, -I  have had from the Sanitary 1
ctor, and from wha   I have wit-;
aessed with my own eyes, th-are are
numerous   places   along   the   different
atreet- that have got to be cleaned up
within a very short space of time.
i might particularly mention that
foe lower part of Carnarvon Btreet, between Eighth and Tenth streets, aul
also Alexander and Blackle Btreets are
iu a most unsanitary condition, as well
as many back-yards iu the principal,
pan of the city behind the business
apartments. It is quite unnecessary
for me to mention anj muni'-, but all
you have to do is look In your own
yards and you can tell at a
whether they are sanitary or not This
work must be done before the 15th of
.March, 1908, or I shall lie obliged ;"
take the necessary steps to see that
t'he work is done satisfactory to the
Sanitary Inspector.
I trust that this notice wlll be ic
cepted without any prejudice, as any
broad-minded citizen knows that the
population of the city has been
steadily increasing in tlie last two or
three years, and If we want this good
success to continue, we want to Bhow
the newcomer this city in a - od
clean, sanitary condition, and avoid
criticism.
Yours truly,
(Signed) E, .1. FADER,
Chairman Health Committee.
New Westminster, Feb. 12th, 190..
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
The Munii :- ": '"'   ;' '
tion of the Citj of New v. ���.: i In I
enacts as follows;
L The i. Regulation By-law
: l'.OO, is herebj   imended by adding at
I the  end  ol ���'   -   lllt'  followln -..
"And also I' ginning at the centre oi
Cumberlan l Btn ��� I where it Interi ict^
with Columbia street, thence westerly
and northwest* rly along the centre o|
Cumberland Btreet  to Eighth avenue
thence northeasterly along Eighth ave
nue to the centre of Hie line between
Lot. Fourteen (14) and the reserve at
i the corner of Eighth avenue and Co
lumbia Btreet, thence easterly along
1 said line to Columl ia street, thenci
.,,,.,. crossing Columbia streel In the same
: direction along the centre of Distillery
street   to    Brunette   atreet,    thenci
westerly   along   Brunette   Btreet   to
point of commencement,"
2. This By-law may be < ted as the
"Laundries Regulation By-law, 1900
Amen Imenl  Bj law, 1908."
Done .md passr i In   open    council
this LOth daj  of February, 1908.
W. II. KEARY, Mayor.
W. A. DUNCAN, (.' ty Clerk,
[L.  S.]
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Printing ��� tl
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THE
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NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Labor  Contractors
N'ew Westmin--' i p, i.
Box  645.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Fllard  Block.   N��w Westminster.  *.C.
Massage
facial, scalp, or body treatments givei
in your own home.    Also maniciiriDgJ
For engagement ring up
EU
w
er,
ANTED���TREE   PRUNING    BY
contract.    E. J. Fisher, garden-
Beaford House, or phone 39.
ANTED���STORE    IG    or    20x40.
ood   location.    Apply     R.     A.
Daily News.
F
i afterwards collector of   customs    .it
Calgary.
.lames A.  (iuiiiii���50 miles.
Conservative politician,   afterwards
| postmaster at Ottawa.
i     Moore and Mr-Lowell���50 miies.
McDowell  was formerly    Conservative member for Saskatchewan.
McLeod Stewart���50 miles.
Conservative politician, Ottawa.
Shields,     Haggart,     McLaren     aad
Nichol���50 miles,
John Rochester���4S miles.
Former Conservative    member
Carleton county.
M. K. Dickinson���50 miles.
Former Conservative   member
Russell county.
.los. Kavanag'a���50 miles.
Prominent   Conservative   politician,
Ottawa.
Jacob Eratt���5o miles.
Conservative politician, Ottawa,
F. J. Clark���50 miles-.
Secretary  Conservative  Association',
OR SALE���BEST FIR CORD-
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
after    January.lst.   Corner    4th
Ave. and 8th street. All conveniences.
Masquerade Suits
FOR   MIRE
At All Times
AT THE
EMPIRE Tailor Shop
COLUMBIA  STREET
Opposite  S't.  Peter's  Roman  Catholic
Church.
NOTICE
for I
fo:
Man.
rhe horde,  hungry in their greed,] Winnipeg,
ecured the vast trad absolutelj free D, W. Cummlngs���55 miles,
of cosl    to   themselves,    and   these] Conservative politician, BIrlle
ists, recreant to their trust, divided C. C. Colby���50 mflesi
ti '  domain at the rah' of 22,600 acres Former member   Conservativ
i  I i.i tor three hundred working days, ministration.
This shameful  trafficking    in    the Hon,   Senatoi    P-ter   McL.r
public domain was used In the   able miles.
hands of Mr, Turlff like a whip la.h Hon.    Senator    W.   Qi   Howlli ���:>)���
i
on  those  holy  purists, atid  the hands miles.
held so hypocritically In horror at the T. R, Jonei    50 Miles.
Libera! administration, now, in con-1 Conservative   politician,   St.   John,]
Bternatlon, are lifted appealingly, but N, u.
the climax was reached when Mr. Tur- J-hn C, Sproule���5o miles.
On and after
MARCH 2, 1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
Take   notice   t'nat  application    hasl
been   made   to   register   Henry   T.
Thrift as the owner in fee simple, un-!
der a tax sale deed from Surrey mun -I
cipaiity,  to   Henry  T.  Thrift   bearing]
date the llth day of September, A.D.
1903, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premJ3i 3;
situate,  lying  and  being  in  the  district of    New  Westminster,    In    the
province of British    Columbia,    mor
particularly  known  and  d scribed  as
lots  10  to   li inclusive, block   1.    ind
lois  T to  12  and  17  to  'Jo  inclusive,
block    L\    subdivision   of   southwest
quarter of section 11, township 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest  the  claim  of  the    r ix     pur-
chaser within forty-live days from the!
date of the first publication of    this
notice,    otherwise    I    shall    register
i
Hemy T. Thrift as owner thereof   in;
fee.   And I hereby direct that pubUcn-i
tion for one  month  in  a  daily  newspaper published at New Westminster
will be  good   and   sufficient    service
thereof and by mailing one copy  to \
Mrs. Catherine ICtrby, Quiney, Wash. |
Dated at the  Land Registry Office I
New Westminster. Province of British i
Columbia, this 17th day of February. |
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH.
District 'Registrar.'
To Catherine Cerbricb, now Cai'herlne
Kirby.
10
ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit lard.   Adjoining land is held at
$100.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
*********************
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
All persons served with this notice, |
' and those claiming through or unJer
thorn   and  all   persons  claiming  any I
interest in the said land by virtue of!
any  unregistered  Instrument, and all!
persons claiming any  Interest in the j
said land by descent, whose title   is
1 not registered under tlie provisions of',
; the "Land Registry Act." shall be for-;
! ever estopped and debarred from set- \
| ting up any claim to or in resp-c* of,
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Aci."
Have YOU Seen The
BABY ELEPHANT
| A Special Line of
Good Things
Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
riff announced, with the man before
him, that the Immaculate disinterested
critic George Eulus Foster was not
clear of the scramble, but had applied for a free slice of the people's
heritage. Even Mr. Borden squirmed
under this declaration which made an-
other Instance of the hypocrisy of hi3
chief lieutenant, and to which he
could not, and did not, make denial.
Mr. Foster only wanted a small slice,
fifty miles, and one wonders how a
lean cadaverous looking Individual
couia be possessed of such a mighty
gall and it will remain one of the
mysteries of the age along with that
other deep uncertainty as to the possibility of finding a truly Immaculate
Conservative in public life.
We answer the very natural question a* to who got the limits, so that
.his disgraceful exposure may be com-
piete, and give th. "loot artist" food
for reflection for some time to come
when he attempts to make comparison
Conservativi  politician, Winnipeg.
Wm.  Elliotl   -50 miles.
Former   Conservative   member   for
1 Peel, Ont.
I).  H.  MacDowa-1���50 miles.
Former Conservative  member    tor
Saskatchewan.
.lohn  M.  Farrow���all mile-.
Former Conservative    member   tor
West Huron.
W.  B.  Searth���50 miles.     ' -
Former Conservative   member    for
Winnipeg.
il.  Roblllard���50 miles.
Former Conservative M.P.P., loeds.
Walter Beatty���60 miles.
Former   Conservative   member   for i
Leeds.
H. A.   Ward���50 miles.
Conservative member for East Durham.
N. F. Patei-on���50 miles.
Conservative politician. North    Ontario.
Former Conservative    member    for
shade of Worsted, also the Grey
|7E5T3nW(    an(* "'rown' They are all new and
correct in every particular.
Your inspection invited.
OPERA HOUSE'
Tuesday, Feb. 25th
���
U. D. Newell presents
ERIN'S  SWEETEST  blNGBR,
BERNARD   DALY
The only successor to W. J, Scaiu-rin
In a Mammoth Production of
Joseph's  Murphy's   Famous   Play,.
"KERRY^GOW"
The Great Forge anrl Race Scenes,
Most Realistic Scenes Ever Produced on tne Stage���-Thoroughbred
Horses and a Flock of Wonderful
Trained  Carrier  Pigeons.
Hear Daly sing his popular Irish
Ballads.
J. N. AITCHISON
i    Merchant Tailor
Columbia St,  NEW  WESTMINSTER
Pickwickian Mock Trial
Tuesday Ev'g, Feb. 25th
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New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
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LECTURE ROOM OF ST. PAUL'S
R. E. CHURCH
between the honest administration of  Ottawa. |
today  and  lhat party   whom the  re-      These are examples ehowln_ a f>v
Prices, 25c, 50e, 75c, and $1.00.
Seats now on sale.
Under    auspices   of   The   Working
Bible Class.
Commencing at 8 o'clock.
Entrance���Adults, 25c;   Children, 15c.
P. O. Box  345
'Phone
105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, -  ��� NEW WESTHKHSTEI
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW5 tfSOAV
-e8.  i.f 1908.
THE  DAILY N'EWS.
PAGE -TVE
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So'; i ling distributors, the I br.
"li- C." cigar. **: wl
it, of this city, leTt I
C. P. R. train for Hum- '
boll, Saskati hi n in, travelling via E1-
i the C. N. it.
In 'be ramshackle
was   almost    gutted      .    the
' !��� 1 ... tire brigade -1 as so in on
tli-- spot, and managed  to Bave part
! of   he  -structure,   but   so   badly   was
the     ilding damaged  that it will be
I to   epalr It, and Its day as
'������ :'"'   cigar    is  becoming   a  a a habitation Is therefore pastil
'��� ���   linds of ] tnts    aud    i al
d H. Goldsmith, a young farm- flowert      ghrubs    for    lawns.    Tidy,1
Vldergrove,  who  for  the  pasl ��*
'����������� bad   . uffered   a   sevi re  at-
ileuxlsy, accelerated   by    the
,-.   Is   now   pronounced   I j
. Iviser out ot danger.
his
last regular meeting of the
Auxilia           the Royal Co-
hos Ital,   i       ��� n   ��as re-
��� om  Mayor Keary, enclr a ���
Dr. T. ii. Levey, Dentist, has moved   a d the furnishings required for
into the new Dominion Trust building,   the new  maternity cottage, which will
opposl ���      ���   post r.ffice.
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Splendid Assortment of
Fashionable
Spring Costumes
and Coats
Sin  ��� the opening day thc Store has  been  thronged with  enthnsi-
ers, many handsome garments finding owners  daily,  the
styles and values being equally tempting.     We   buy   from   the   best
and foreign makers, saving all the little trade and cash dis-
counts, enabling us to place our goods before you at    the   lowest
���   ���  ��� di able,
At   $10.50
Ladles'   ind   Misses'   Tailor-made Costumes In grey, brown, navy
green     Semlflttlng jackets, Italian   lining   and    pleated    Bklrts
trimmed with silk braid to match.    Skirts  havi- straps  or  folds    of
sell    A well-made, neat-fitting suit at the price.   It cannot be dupU-
Mrs.  Scott   Fraser. a    well    known
I)   il  Vgassiz, died suddenly a-, that
place   i   terd iy morning, the i of
death  being  given as failure of    the
t's ai tlon.    Deceased    li aves    a
ind to mourn ber uni mely loss.
i
"ly   for occupation   by  April   1.
A committee, composed   if Mrs. C. A.
Mrs.   Dr.   Rothwell   and    Mrs,
Da      inee, was appoint ���: to, in com-j
with    the    buying    committee
(M-   I'lnr-s   Walker  and  Beattie),  to
v Isit the   V ine iuvi _ hospital  and  -< -
cure Information in this  connection.]
Chapman's billiard and   pool   room  The next meeting of the auxiliary will
now open, with eight pool ta ilea and   '-  '  the form of a sewing meeting, to
two English    Illiard tabli  .   Dominion it the residence of Mrs. C. A.
Trust l lock. **   Welsh on Saturday of this week.
The ladles of Holj   Trlnlt        thed- Chapman's  billiard and  poolroom;
ral will take pari In a coc'al and after- ~ni -���   In  western Canada.    Imported
noon tea al the residence of Mrs. T. cigars, cigarettes and tobacco.   Dom-
S. Annandale on Wednesday, Feb. 26, Inlon Trust block.                             **
and  not   today,    as     pie. ���    -        an
nounced.
Mrs. Irwin left on the I ���
for Vancouver, where Mr. Irwin
- ,i good position in the British
North American ; ank. They are accompanied by the good wish'.-, of
many friends in Gravenhurst ani _ur-
rounding country.
. i .   al    of    Col.  .1.  T.  Scott
which   was  held  yesterday afternooi
ely attended, the services   it
the graveside being conducted by Rev.
.J. S. Henderson, ln addition to a largi
number of members of Union  lodg i,
A. P. Ai A. M., and many private citi-
/.ecs. the St. Barnabas boys' brlgad?
the city band, and the May Queen ani!
ie r dm 'is of honor, took part in the
procession.
Arrangements have been completed'
for the holding of th. birthday party |
at the residence of Mrs. Meredith on
Friday evening, from S to 11 o'clock,
when a good musical program will
be rendered and refreshments served.
The proceeds will lie apphe 1 lo the
fund being collected by the Women's
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian
hospital for use in connection with
the furnishing of the new maternity
cottage. Visitors will be expected to
contribute at the rate of a penny for
'very year they have spent on this
mundane sphere, but no record of the
figures given by ladies will be given
out for publication.
NOTICE
A meeting of the New
Westminster Liberal Association and
Liberal Club will be
held
Thursday, Feb, 20
at 8 p. m., in the Liberal Club Rooms.
W. J. CUNNINGHAM,
Secretary.
GRAND
Masquerade BALL
-AT THE-
Train   Wreck.
Chapleau, Ont., Feb. is.���Last nigh;
;- steel llange on one of the wheels of |
the mail car broke and derailed the!
Eagles' Hall
��� ON ���
FRIDAY, February 28
A  meeting of   the    South African
Veterans' association was held y.ster-!
A favorite of the elite smokers, thi;,11       '--"ing -n Vaacpuyer,    when    a
ti :
At  $12.50   ro   $18
Ladies' and  Misses'   pretty Spring Suits in a splendid  range    of
eason's new materials, ln a variety of latest  styles.
At  $22.50   to   $40
The handsomest garments obtainable. Many exclusive patterns,
"��� -���!��� especially to our order, from the best imported satin cloths and
chlffeg broadcloths. Light tan and grey .tripes. Male with fancy
ve?tg -nd butterfly sleeves.
Rustling Taffeta
Silk Underskirts
������' ���������' -rem rhe best durable qualities, with deep pleated trill and
dust fnd 0f cotton taffeta, made specially to our order. Special
value -    r-j
$9 and  $7.25
���- x**JW_S
handsome styles at
$10 to $20 Each
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T. H. SMITH
"Brilliante" cigar, **
The members of the New Westminster branch of the Anti-Tuberculosis
society will hold an euchre party in
St. Georges hall on Wednesday evening of next week. After the tournament, an informal dance will be Indulged ln by the hosts and guests,
For cut flowers, Bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davie. &
Son, B- 208- ���������
Miss ..I. Gamble, head of the tuillui
ei-y department of W. s. Collister &
Co., li.is just returned from a visit io
;.:r  Portland millinery openings.   Miss
de reports many decided changes
in  fashions of ladies' headwear, and
h    ladies  of   New  Westminster can
���-.   . I   lie an exceptional display whe-i
Coll ster's    millinery   opening   tak -
' place a few  weeks hence.
Master Wilfrid L. Small, the ���".
violinist, will play De Berliot's concerto No. 7 at the opera house Thursday evening, February 20. **
W. W. Broughton, general superintendent of the Great Northern railway
system, with headquarters at St. Paul,
accompanied by J. M. Costello. assistant manager of the western division,
with orlices at Seattle, spent part or'
the day In the city yesterday looking
over needed  improvements and hear-
hum iei  of members residing1 jn   this
<        were   present.     Captain    Hart
McHarg, president of the association,
occupied   tlie   chair.     Arrangements
were made for the holding of a church
parade in Vancouver on Sunday next,
when  a  full muster i_  requested  by
ti.-- officers.    It was also decided   to
take up a subscription for the benefit
of   the   Pioneer   veterans    of    South
Africa, some of whom are In want at
present time.   The annual dinner
'��� of the association will be held in the
Clarendon hotel on Thursday, March
���".. and in order to complete arrange-
, ments for the program to be given on
! that occasion, another meeting of the
association will be held on Tuesday of
next week.
Master Wilfrid L. Small,   the   boy
violinist, will play Mendelssohn's concerto at the opera house Thursday,
reoruary 20. **
Mrs. Howard Taylor, of Ladner, died
yesterday morning in the Royal Columbian hospital, where she was under
treatment for typhoid fever. Deceased
was one of the best known residents
of the little town, having for many
years past successfully conducted a
Large farm in the district. Recently
she purchased the farm worked for a
considerable time by H, M. Vasey,
when the latter decided to retire from
agricultural   life.    Mrs.   Taylor's  hus-
coaches   on the    eastbound overland  Admission $1.00
trans-continental   express,   IT    mile
west of Chapleau.
Ladies Free.
Tickets to be had at Ryall's Drug
i Store, ""*
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Come to the Big Furniture Store
For Estimates On
CARPETS,  WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS and FURNITURE
Prices to Suit Your Pocket Book.   Call and Inspect.
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Fhone 92.
ing suggestions from t.ie local officials band had  for nmny year_ past beerl,
of the company.   Both travelled south _ffllcted   wiUi   rheumatism,   and    re-!
on the Owl last night. _,a^s a patient at the Royal Coram-
J. H. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and blan hospital.   Mrs. Taylor was known i
R. C. land surveyor, has opened an ot- to a large number of city people ow-1
flee In the Guichon block. Phone 33S. ��� inS to the fact that sht ha ��� conducted
a stall at the city market since   she I
A special meeting of the city council commenced farming in the Delta. De-1
will be held this afternoon at the city I <JeaJBed was only thirty-eight years of
hull for the consideration ol the ro a_e
port of Engineer Le Baron on the condition of the city waterworks system.
The report was handed to the maj i:
Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite is a boon not to be despised, but if your palate requires a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives is
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have just received a large importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to introduce this brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
PROM 1 5c per bottle and upwards
according to size
A  recent issue of the Gravenhurst ���
Banner gives  the  following account
yesterday and placed In the hands o|   of tlie wedding of Miss  Marlon  La-
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SjAcres at
Coquitlam Junction
m%
���l>')0 an acre on easy terms.   Adjoining land ];
is sold for $100 an acre.
Investigate this.
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ADV_f.RTI5E IN THE NEWS
the city Btenograpner ror coptes to <
made Cor the aldermen and thr' pre. -
The a atents will aot I b made publi'
until they have been deal) with tj tha
council.
Master Wilfrid L. Small, the boy
violinist, will play "Rode" concerto
(A. B. and t.) at the opera house on
Thursday, February 20. **
The funeral of W. Lindsiy, a Scotchman who died last week in destitute
circumstances, and whose Interment
was announced to take place at the
Douglas street cemetery, will be taken
charge of by tne Sons of Scotland
The decased was no:, so far as la
known, a member of the society, but
in respect for their countryman, they
will pay the expenses of the funeral
which takes place at the Masonic
cemetery this afternoon.
Fine modern residence, on corner!
lot, close in, for sale at a bargain:'
four rooms, panty, etc., down stairs.!
live bedrooms, etc., up stairs; possession by May 10. Look this up without
delay.   Abbott & Hyde.
The problem of the disposal of t;i"
unsanitary shack In the west end of
the city owned by Lee Coy, and which
mond, a-sister of H. and G. D. Lam rat,
of this city: A quiet wedding took
place at the home of the bride's par
euts, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lament, on
Wednesday afternoon, Peb. 5th, W0-,
when their duaghter, Marion, was
united In marlrage to .1. J. Irwin, ol
Vancouver. B.C. The ceremony was
performed by Kev. J. A. Dow. of Grav-
enhurst. The bride, who was unattended, wore a brown travelling suit
with hat to match. After tilt- ceremony a dainty dinner was served
midst  the   hearties  good cheer.    Mr,
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Websdale & Hardwich
Builders  and
Contractors...
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMORROW WHAT WOULD BECOME
OF YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN ? WHY NOT TAKE OUT A
POLICY THAT WOULD ASSURE
THEM OF A YEARLY INCOME
WHEN IT WOULD COST YOU
BUT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
All kinds of carpenters work. Gen-,
eral repairs and alterations. Esti-j
has been the subject of lengthy com- mates free for all kinds of frame;
munlcatlons between that Worthy nn 11 buildings. Shacks built on the short- j
the city fathers during the past few est notice.
months, was finally solved about tour| P.   O.   Box  816.    Office   St.   Andr:wS|
o'clock yesterday morning, when Are       Street, between 8th and 9th St.
A. W. McLEOD
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SPECIAI	
AUNTIE'S  MEMORY.
What    She    Kiii-h     AhuiK    lh��-   Fall   of
the Knmiin  Kiiifiire.
An old colored woman down in Alabama was reported to be of great age ,
and was extremely  proud of the distinction.   The proprietor of a museum. :
on   bearing   of  her.   sent  one  of  his
agents to make an Investigation, as she
would be a valuable acquisition to his
museum.    The   agent   plied   her   with
questions regarding her age.  lie asked .
her:
"Auntie, do yen remember George
Washington?"
"Does 1 remember George Washington:    Laws a-massy,  mister,  I  reckon
I does, for I done nussed him when he ���
was a chile."
"Well, 1 suppose you remember the
Revolutionary war?"
"Yes, Indeed, I does, honey. I stood
dar lots of times an' seen ile bullets
flyin' round thick as hailstones."
"Well, auntie, how about the fall of
the Roman empire? Do you recollect
anything about that?"
"De   fact   Is,   honey,   I   was   pretty
young   about   dat   time,   but   I   does
'member, now you speak ol> it. dat I i
did bear de white folks tell 'bout hearing  snin'plji'   drop   'bout  dat  time."- !
Harper's Weekly.
Until Saturday (15th), only, a reduction
of 10 per cent, on all our new
WHITEWEAR.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance Agents     Financial Agents
PROINT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.     Phone 333 FRONT  ST.    h,
!!��(! 233
U��k liirl  Hie Wrong Trick.
The Irishman wanted to sell the dog.
but tbe prospective buyer was suspicious and Qnally decided not to buy.
Tit..' man then told him why he was
lo anxious to sell. "You see," be said,
"I bought the dog and trained, him myself. I got him so he'd bark all tha
time If a person stepped inside the
gate, and I thought I was sale from
burglars. Then my wife wanted nia
to train him to carry bundles, and T
did. If I put a packet in his mouth
the dog would keep jt there till somt
one took it away, well, one night 1
woke up and heard some one iu the
uext room, I got up and grubbed my
gun. They were there���three of the
scoundrels and the dog."
"Didn't he bwls?" 'Interrupted the
man.
"Sorry a bark; ho was too busy."
"Busy?    What doing?"
"Carrying a lantern for the burglars."���Dublin Freeman.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Ljjjnber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining*.
| Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. - New Westminster
X'TXTI-   . ���_ . _ ICO acres, less 3>_ for new railway, j     Pull sized I_ot on 4th Si
JN_JN__  l.Ulb  On   Brun-     Tpwnship 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, \ of  Regina St.,  between
ette and Distillery streets   !under erass, suitable for dairy farm;
Ram.��rtr,ri      ��1fifin ���      Kolf    40 acres under-drained,    ditched  all
bapperton,   *lbU0 ,    half ; round __< te_ced around and throlIgh
Cash, balance terms. ! centre;    5 room house;    barn 40-75,
sufficient fei I  for about 300 head  of
stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third
_ at t-fc end
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avenues, west side of  it]   Sl b
$400;   half cash.
4   Lots    88x132  each.
13th street.    $1200 cash.
Price
'   ,
Ixus 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15.
16, 17, 18, 19, 2b, 28, 66, 71. 72, 73, 74
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block 11, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
6 roo,m house on Hamiitou street,
all modern improvements- One lot
from car line; iot 60x132- Price $1400,
$000 cash, balance in monthly payments.
2 HOUSES   ou 1 lot, Keai
life   Sapperton; 5 rooms and
Street,
ance easy.
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile I D-pperion; o rooms and kitchen Woo,
from station on new car line. ���-'1k''1 :lDd 4 rooms, ki
_     , ���      shfd.   $1000 each, one-thi
Lot 23, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-
von street; full size $1000. 77-58 ACRES,  black  loam land all
! ploughed and clear..,]    -, ���        ..,.'   "
100 ACRES about  two  miles  from \ E. % Sect_ 5    $75 per acr(,"-     ''   N
Aldergrove station,   30  acres  cleared  ca8i> one-third 3 months   one thi,
and partly fenced,  good  house,  barn   m_nths. ^ 6
1
8 room house, all modern improve-   and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street, leash, balance to be arranged.
Sapperton.    Price $2700.    $1000 cash, i     1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
balance on time. ! Lot 8;  south side of the river, near
3V_  acres land next to  Royal Oak   bridge.    $300;   half  cash,
hotel,     has   been   cultivated,     not a      2  LOTS,  132x132, N'.-W.  comer  of
stump on  it,  now  in grass,  28 bear-   10th Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price
Ing  fruit trees,  all   kinds,   sufficient  $1050; half cash,
lumber  to  build  good   large  barn, o
7 LOTS, 120x52, far ��� k
4  lots  cleared, small  house, chicken
house, 175 chickens; fenced, Inclug;
price $1500, $1000 cash.
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6 ACRES good loam
Lot   10,   corner   Win.
CHOICE BEEF
V Friend In Need.
Automoblllst (to another who haa
broken dowu) Cud l be of nny assistance to you?
Tin' Afflicted One (under the ma- j
chine)���-Yes, sir. That lady you see is
my wife. I'll be obliged if you will
kindly answer her questions and keep i
her amused while I'm fixing this infernal machine,--Woman's Home Com
p anion,
The  Landlady's  View.
"Borden Is recovering from bis recent
spell of sickness, isn't he?"
"Yes; nt any rate, I heard today that
his appetite is petting worse."
"Eh?    Who told you that?"
"Miss Starvem, at whose bouse be
boards." ��� Catholic Standard and
Times.
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
room bouse 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 66x1.2 ft., S. \'2 of S, lane at.
back, .rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block 11 facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $050.
1C0 acre-s less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and  lean  too  10x22;   barn 30x32 and
son, Group 3,
^^^^^^S   Mountain road
and  Brunette   road,    so.l
roomed   house;   parlor,  din   g room
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and . kitchen and three bedrooms; plaster-
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x  ed;  conservatory 30 or  10 feet ion"'
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;   well;  . ; bam-
both, half cash, balance easy. 15   bearing  fruit   trees;   considerable
,..,..,..,,..,,     ..,,,..,  ���.,���....���......���..., ^ stock ready to' plant out; ���_���      , j,_es.
 '"'"-""'- 15 acreg cleared, light tim er on re^
Block, corner ol Auckland S llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
100 acres,  2 miles  from city.
$10 per acre
.'wo  lots  on  18th  street, be-
.11  7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or    Merrival    and
mainlng acre;    all fenced;
mile
from school.    Price $30C',;
bal. in 0 months at 7 pei
1 Lot 88x132, 4th a.
$800  cash.
:
3 LOTS,    6, 6 & T.   r
cleared, upper side of 5th ���   b������
i tween 1st and 2nd Streets, Pi ce $500
' each.
1 LOTS. 2 lots from 1 md
; Gth Avenue on south Bide, Ni
37 &. 38, full size.    Price $1100 for tne
four, or $300 each; half c,
two   Agues;   full  sized  ioi;    city  block  31,1     Double
lean   too 32x14;   granary   10x10,     .____________________________________________________���_______���__
chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagon '"',  '' ;,1llonefl ""����/ents for $.!=. th.   1st and 2nd St; 1    	
' ���        " other $10;  flush elosets and all con- ca8n Qait and half In 1; n
small  milk house, small _ected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500 '
tenement   hou b Ave,
lot.    Price $1,700;
I shed   20x30;
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I orchard, all kinds of fruit   65 bearing  Cash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and 18
: fruit trees: natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
Rents for $10 each tenant.
Phone 192
I $6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
l-'uil sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue easl
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
40 acre* r_ section 11, X. !_ olE li
of 'I'n. 2, about 3 miles fro 9
Ha worth road, Surrey; I
I1*, storey bouse, 3 room.-:
other 3 can  be added u; 1; small
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     shack;  1%   acres  clear.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of  w.th clover, red; fajrly easi!
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.
bal-
One  mile  from  shingle ^^H
$1,200;.   terms half cash,
months at 7  %.
! FOR SALE.....
More Elegant.
"What you have," said Dr. Newman,
"Is just a common cold, and all you
need is a good sweat."
"Sir!" cried Miss Klugore haughtily.
"1 beg pardon! ��� it's a fashionable
cold, and what you need is a good perspiration."���Philadelphia Press.
Xol   llit|i|ii!v   Pnl.
"There have been times in my life,"
said he gloomily, "when 1 was tempted
to commit suicide."
"Oh, well," she said, "it's no use to
grieve over tbe past. We cao all look
back and see where we've made mistakes."- Baltimore News.
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C. WILLIAMS
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6 LOTS PACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSI-., ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALAiVCE IN 6, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outs', ie i_tv limits      ���,,.,  ,   .     .   ,,     ....   _ ,   _,   , .''
.,.���        ,    , .      ��� ��� ,   ', Westerly 4, 11  of 63, Sub,
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particular'-   on  132x132 corner 100 feet squ two
1 enquiry, houses drawing$28 per Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 0 ..;    11
months.
160 S.E. V* of Section 26,
10 acres,partly cleared; Kai
running through; good road;   <ae mile
Chip Stick,  to Old Block.
Tommy Twaddles lib, I dou't want
to go to school.
Pa Twaddles���But don't you want a
good education?
Tommy Twaddles (Ingratiatingly)-.
No, pn; I'd rather grow up to be Just
like you.-Tlt-P.its.
Inconaldcrate Brute.
"I don't know why Enpeck can't get
-long better with his wife. He's al
ways ready to take all the blame."
"But don't you see? That deprives
her of the pleasure of loading It on te
Us-"��� Wi_*hij����__u Uerald.
He Didn't Do It.
We are pleased io note that the coun
martini hns pronounced Rojestvensky,
the Russian licet admiral, uot guilty,
deciding that it wasn't bis fault that
Togo won th�� battle In the sea of Ja
pan
While It ls admitted that Rojestven
sky was among those present on that
large occasion, yet all eyewitnesses,
whether they were on the ground oi
Just qualified by looking at magazine
pictures, agree that he was about as
mnch responsible tor what happened
as tbe president of the United States
Is for a cyclone or a runaway horse.
He didn't ask Togo to be present on
that Joyous occasion and to bring hit
folks; hardly. In fact, he wasn't fixe,
to receive company. It was clearly a
ense of butt in on the part of the Jap
anese admiral and the court martla'
did well nnrl wisely In listing tbe Russian commander with the Innocent bystanders!
Hid Two Bosses.
"How do you like minding th*
baby?"
"Oh, It in something of a Changs
from minding ray wife."
STUDY YOUR HORSE.
If the Animal Has Merita! Troubl-a,
Try to Remedy Them.
To begin with, does your horse suffer
from nostalgia or homesickness? Most
ha.ses do, and many really pine away
and die from uo other cause. We cuu
at least, by making Uie poor creature
thoroughly comfortable, do all in our
power to -'give bis pain surcease" und
to make him happy and contented, for
than homesickness of the acute and
ch runic form men knows-few more
wearing ailments. Is your horse's disposition sociable or misanthropic? You
don't know? Well, why uot find out?
Does it Irritate him to have his yokemate or neighbors eating noisily and
visibly while be does? Is privacy evidently his preference? Very well, then,
by boards or zinc nr tin or canvas shut
off both sides of his stull at the head
so that he may eat In peace and live
the Isolated life which he prefers.
If be lays back his ears or snaps at
his neighbors or fidgets and kicks al
the partitions, etc., he does uot fuucj
company���at least Ot mealtimes and
he will be better, do better and (here
the pocket comes In) keep more cheaply
If you cater to his fancy. If, on the
contrary, n "shy feeder," let him see
others eat; even let him by a simple
arrangement feed from the same mnn-
ger as one of his neighbors, which ls
to lie tied up short until Master Dainty
has eaten all be will, when, upon al
lowing the neighbor to partake, the fastidious one will redouble his efforts to
eat Just to spite the late comer nt the
feast. The writer has used this plan
witli ninny poor feeders from race
horses down and nlwnys with the besl
results.���F. M. Ware in Outing Mngs
tine.
MolilInK  Mini  Off.
"The head of thr" firm," said the su-
perlntendent, "insists upon nur employ,
ing his son In this department, anrl it's
as much ns we can do to keep him
Idle."
"Idle! You menu busy, don't you'/"
"No, I don't. If we kept him busy It
would keep three or four other Men
nus.v correcting lbs mistakes."���Philadelphia I'rev.
A LOST RIDING  HABIT.
ft l.unt For the EStnpresa Knm-nlr- I'n
.-rt-itfli   i.iiipirc.
Even Eniile de Girardiu, whom Eugenie welcomed as "lhe gravedigger of
dynasties" because he bad gone to
i Louis Philippe on the eve of his flight
lu 1S4.S to warn him ns he came to
warn her now. said to her very serious
ly thn,t night:
"Should your majesty appear brave
ly on horseback in tlie midst of tbe
pet.ple your majesty can still count on
their enthusiasm and devotion.''
Eugenie resolved to show herself on
horseback She ordered thnt the riding habit be chosen. It must be ;i!l
black, of the severest simplicity. Aud
she would just pin the red ribbon of
tbe Legion of Honor on her left breast.
Often the slightest causes bring
about the gravest results. The tragedy
ef the empire's last chance, therefore,
must he sought along with the black
"JdinK skirt aud corsage.
By incredible III luck they could nol
find it. There had been one, hut it had
i disappeared, "doubtless stolen." Oth
j ers were at Complegne nnd Fontaine-
blenu. They found a riding habit of
dark green with heavy g^ 'iraid, the
costume of the Imperial s-ftrg hunts.
"It will uot do," Eugenie sobbed; "it
will not t)o'."
And so for lack of a black skirt nnd
corsage the empress of the French was
forced to flee her capital and lost an
empire.���Sterling Heilig in Metropolitan Magazine
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
$5,000, easy terms.
27 V. acres of the best soil, 10 acres I
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comenciug   to   bear;
new bouse, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen
houses,  in   good   order;     some acres
HOUSE and LOT
i Centrally located In a commmandlng
I situation; Third avenue, at foot of
I Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
I bouse.   Ton rooms (recently papered) ;north   of   Webster's corner;    shingle
All modern conveniences;    hot   anc,  mill and PO  at the ws- ,      er; to
I ,    , _    , , ber worth $7 per acre; cei
cold   water,  bath,   Hush   closet,  lava-   , mU(,s    fruI11    Port    Haney.     Price
! tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   ,ot  $2,PO; terms $1,100 casb, balance ar-
06x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot   ranged.
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.       Large lot  and  two cottages on f>
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. lumbla street, Sapperton.   B th rente;
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acre? : at $10 each.
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;  stables, etc.; I
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 !
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
'planted with wheat, oats and potatoes. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
| Water from nearby spring.     Balance ! about   70   acres,   only   $25   per  acre.
of   property   easily   cleared.     Price j Half cash.   Jump.
; $ 4 , 7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, balance 6 j    7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
and 12 months. on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
This property is only \'2 mile from | 4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
tram  line.   Over two hundred chick-j house,  chicken    house,    175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'3
One and one-half storey . use nod
f_il size lot, eltuated north side ol
Royal avenue and corner of McKI_nil
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearlg fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., betwei n Queen'i
ens and ducks could be sold with the ! chickens; horse and rig
property at a snap.
I 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared am
alongside and back. Prii > $1,000!
half cash, balance easy at 7 '",
^^^^^^^^^^^^       $1500 cash.
Lots 10, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
I $500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
j Glance 0 months at 7 per cent. 350 acres Improved land, building*
Ful! sized lot on Royal avenue, be-' and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-, a11 under cultivation, $15,000.   If ?���'������
ed. $1,200, $S00 cash . can  handle   this, don't  delaj:   II * a
,    Acreage on Vancouver road, corner , barealn; tertns can be arranged.
| of Gilley road.   $225 per acre'.   Acre-|  __rFor  the   above  tour  properties a
age is selling fast at this price. j Bpecla, prlce wi��� be ,_.,,_ ,��� , ,���, ,���,,
No. 308.���8-roomed House,  with  bath | chaser.
Why  lie  ��(ni(.
"For the drunkard and the glutton
shall come to poverty." "I figured out
years ago," sold a prosperous farmer,
"that with very moderate drinking Id
drink nn acre of good land every year.
80 I quit."���Central Christian Advocate.
A  Strong Man.
Daughter���Wasn't Julius Caesar one
\ot the strongest men thnt ever lived.
J pn?  FAther���What makes you ask that
question, my little girl?   Daughter���1
was  just   reading  thnt   he  thr**  t
I bridge over the 1,'hlue.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites ln the city for sale exclusively
i by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the coraers 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, 42 1-2x120, at $600
, per  lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;
! five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Fro-at street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
i $260; i inside lots $200 each. Price
Sf>>0. cash.   Single lots at cash.
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   i_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
No.   306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
House  30x42, 4th    St., between
J!h
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 double
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath run-
Price $4,000; terms -_ cash, balance i ^ "^ Parl��r' dln'ng ,'T __'
3. and 6 months at 7 V C?en and P���^'   Ful1 slzt'(1 M      !
' 'ning back to Ash St.    Price $3,800,
No.   310.-9-roomed   House  and   bath j $1,500 cask, balance at $500 i#r ye��r
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   1.   cash,' at 7 per cent.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ",
Nn    nir>    sr^-,-^   u- ,  ',    J    Three ful sized lots on Fifth aveio"-.
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 "r     _���.v      ..TL .     t     I
1cn _, lC~    each or $1100 for Use three.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or j     Ful1 Blzed lot, north side ol l'iinl"
streets; $225.
chard,  %   acre   strawberries   planted i1,ton street between Sixth and
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x  32;   14-post   frame house  and  cow
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows ani
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
1 gntn
28 acres on Mara road. BurnaDy-
$160 an acre FOR A FEW 1)AYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance '
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street
HOlltt
���ide of 4th avenue.   Price $200 c��8D
Block 12 on 12th St., east ��U\c:
^m^, of^wecl timber^iidjn fttS ?S .^0^'
third
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life-
time, $0,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent . ��� ���..
4 lots on Fifth Street, U >-���_ \���f,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, I"1"
cash, balance 6 months tt T % ,,-s.5:-
1_08.
THEDAILT
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
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'^3- TAKE NOTICE that Sp] .
N.rth-Wes:
Canadian Pacific Kail
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.��st  Lin*
Homestead
Regu a
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section of ���
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or    sub-
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ry by proxy may,
fathi  . moth-
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ejuired to per-
itiea under one
I
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:,::..-    tv.-idtinCd
the land  In
; cars,
'.i ..  if he so
;. mired    i
"ti    farming
him,   not   li
In extent, ln
s homestead.   Join
nol meet th.s
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I ed  lor by him
I. . homesteader may
I Idence duties b;
J , ther ror mother).
di  The V rm "vicinity" in the two
��� hs is defined as
I than nine miles in
|j direct line, i xclusive n�� the
I road . - - crossed    In    the
Imeasure::.' Dl
lo)   A  hi li      intend.ng     t���
.form his  residence   duties   in   ac-
I   , i  ove while  living
Mb parents or on ::irming land own-
1.. must notify tin- agent
��� tbi of i ich intention,
b i    ��� In writing must
ft given to thi   imlssioner of Do-
Isiion Lands al Ottawa, of intention
[toapply for patent.
W    \V. CORY,
|fejuty of thr- Minister of the Interior.
X. B���Unauthorized  publication -f
lllii advertisement   will   not  be   paid
A. D. 19(2. ol
i all and s .        r ���
'��� I and pi
: District ol
I      Inoe ol
tea  Co1.,::.-. rtlcularlj
I and   '��� -   ��� ���
pai
��� D   2,  Township  16.
You  ar,d each of you  are  I
to contest the claim of the tax ;   r-
chaser within fort;, live days from the
date  of  ��� ���   publication of this
notice  upon  you,    otherwise   1
register  .'.' Dobbie   a-   o
thereof in fee.    And I hereby din cl
thai  publication of this notice foi
month In a dally  newspaper pu
: ed at New Westminster will be
and  sufficient   sen:.,   thereof.
Dab i    t tl     Land R glstry offlc?
New   We I Province  of  Brit
ish C il itnbl l, thi    29th .lay or Angus-,
a  n. ; ��� i7.
C.   S.   KEITH.
District Kegi ���
B njamln Do iglas, Esq.
PROFESSIONAL.
N IRMAN   BOLE,  K. C,    BAR-
ter and  Soiled ir    Cham.-
Canadian    Bank   ol    I omn ���
ag,  New \\ i stmlnster, B. C.
WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   solicitor,  etc.,     42   Lome   Street,
lite Court House, New Westm a
ster.    Pb me 143.
VV
'::. . ESIDE   ,v   EDMONDS, Barrio
��� ii - an l .   Iii Itors, Blackie Blk
���.   New    Wi stmini ti
VV. .1. Whiteside, ll. L. Edmonds.
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.RTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE
'.: rlstors, solicitors, etc. unices,
N ��� Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Clarckson and Lorne Btrets, Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 145 Granville street,
loseph Mi : n. K. C, .1. W. v..���,.;, W
G. McQuarrie, 11. A. Bourne. Mr.
M tin wil lir- In the Westmlnstei
otlir.s .every Friday afternoon.
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LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has i
Ibeen made   to register    M.  W.  Min-
l-orae as the owner  in   fee simple,
loader a tax sale deed from the mayor'
liad treas-ir.r of the city of New West-j
Iminster, to M. VV. Minthorde, bearing
UKOC  b.  fllARTl.N, ilarrisier auc
Solicitor, Guichon  hlock, Colum
��ta and McKenzie, stteets. New West
ii luster, B. fi
vv. MYEHa GRAY, Harrisi-r, Solicitor
and Notary Public, 1* -iractlce since
1881 at New WestmlnstAr lie of
flees removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House
P.O   Box 109.    Telephone 64.
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F. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
I date the 10th day  of February,   A.D.   BOARD  OF TRADE.���New   Westmin-
TIME 1 \BI_E
B.  C.  C       I Um  Sc ce.
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SS    P     -.-ess   Victoria
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S.S.   Princess   Beat-- cf.
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laj i Seattle 2
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Lea ctorla 11 in I nth
i fa oquot, Mosqul-
:. i wtii rts; Tth ol eai fa
month toi Quatsiae and waj ports;
20th ot each month for Ah iset, Quat
a no, i ipe S otl and way ports
VANCOUVEH--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. .loan
Le u es  Vai    i 30   . m. dally,
inday.    Fridaj ah I Saturday
���    at  1  p.m.   Le i\ i - Nanaimo at
',  a.  ni.
up RIVER
rtamona���
From N, W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chub. Sun.. Wed.. Frl��� 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER.
S. S.  Transfer.
sti���.uny Transfer leaves Xr �� West-
: ilnster Mon lay, Tui -day. Wednesday,
Thursday,  Frldaj  and Saturdaj   at   2
p.m.   Aild.tinu.il trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday al 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
,'p p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
I r :.i Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from Vancouver at S a. m��� 2nd
md 16th of each month, culling at
Bkldegate on first trip and Bella Cnola
on  si cond trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA,  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria s p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.    Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.
i
| rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
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'���
���ed liy th'   ,-,e     ��� ���
Ol   thr    to:-, . '"i a   \ i'.o..le   "
��� he c_< .ire.    -,-.. posited    byes whose ie .era   ar     accepted
Ited to the credit ot the
ral ol Canada as part of
the ���- 'or the d M itthfu!
if thr- conl irdlng
Cheques ���
! - ett,  knee',,, 1 CCO
ter .     ���..���!��� i i.iai, she pronoUUC
cant .   the end  of  v. I
r head    li the bnn
In fr i good slgi
not
avail.
Yet another is vi oi ked lew-
e�� Whoa ;ire  v.   . .       i    ��� log ;   , , ,      , ( . ,;   nil,|
���  i turm ri within -. the   *> hue i Ibbo i are
���
D TENDERS I   ta
the       ���      ....:..    ed on the    on
veloi e "Tender for i on    wlll
be received at t . Con
missioners   of   the   Transcontinental
Railway,    al    ot: iwa twr Ive
o'cloi     .. ���.ti .'i Tu  id ,- 10th   lay
of Man h, 1908, foi  I i nuirr A
r      ,, rif a dispute arising a ��� to whal I
for   thi    consti uctlon   li    u cordam
w ��� plans, : ifll d - leciflca
tl of the I ��� i, ol the following sections - an ir onl lm n
tal liailw ay, viz
in    Distrlcl    \     From -i point di
Blgnated   on   the   plans  of  the   ('run
missioners, aboul  the r.sth mile wesl
of Moncton, to the crossing of rbe In
te   olonlal  railway al  or about   mile
97.7, a distance of about 39.7 miles.
1  District 'A'���From a point    de
si mated  on  the plans of    the Com-
n     loni r -. at or aboul  the crossing
oi   the   Intercolonial  railway  by   the
Transcontinental railway al mile 97:7
wi -i of Moncton to the Toblque
al or about mile 165.7 less om
B    ! Bl nice  of   hImiuI   67   miles
(3) District 'A'���From a point de
slgnated on the plans of the I !i minis
bI ineri, al rn- near the Toblqui rivet
t ' .i point shown on the Bald plans
 t :''a miles wi st of the Town ol
ills
.... the na
sons  to  be  charmed   being   rep*   ��� :
.  -   each time.    Thr teper
I be , . .i '   ih the l<  I  ��� hs
i ibbon   bi ' i-il   In   I
When all the pie ., are they
i re taken ro a v itch, �� ho sei - ��� ut h
find  thr- person to be  i On
finding liim or be- the n ���
to herself, "With these ribbons I I id
you to such a one" Then she returns
the ribbons to the purchaser, wOo tles
thi beneath bis or her lefl knee
and wears them at church.- Mai n.'1
tun's
mi.... Butt--* \vpi-p ni*.
Bachaumonl   writes  in  his  "_-crel
Memoirs," Nov IS, I7Si': "The tnaulii
for buttons Is today r.\tli>nir'ly rlrlietl
lous, They ivn> not only of enormoiB
size, some of them ns big hs sl_ pOUttd
crowns, bul miniatures mui pictures
are made upon them, anrl ibis ornamentation is extremely costly Somt
of them represent the medals of thr1
twelve CaesarSi others antique statues
.mi still others tho Metamorphoses of
Ovid."
Isaliey. ��� In   his   biographical    notes,
si.Ts  that   when he came to  Paris In
worked for n living by making Copies
of vanioos and Bouchers ou the'llds of
'   ' tor shall in connection j snuffboxe. nnd thai  for these mr>da.
lions he was paid from 0 to H francs
each, "As it was still thr* fashion." he
said, "lo wear buttons as Wg as a tlvH
'rune pleee,  upon   which  Oupills,  flow
ers and landscapes wefe out lu camet.
i went Into that business.   I got 12
sous for each."   Furls Figaro.
of the contract,
attention is called to th
���    In the form of contract
"All mechanics, la'-orers.   o
-  ns who perform labor fi
ee of the construction of the -
bj   contrai        o     sh   ' ild
such wages as ar, erenerallj :
��� . ui roof for com.  tent workm
the district  In  which the  WOI ��� ���
���   ormed, and I i . ;.-
renl rate In such district, then  ���
and reasonable rate   and, lit the i i
nf
current or a fair and reaeonablr
ii Bhall br' determined by the Commissioners, whose decision ah-.ll be final'
This agreement Is  - r-.i'V   to ihe
filiations  now  in  force,  or wh'ch
may at any   time   hereafter   be   In
force during tbe construction of the
works hereby contracted for, male un
der Hie authority of the Depaftmenl of
l al or, and which are. or Bhall be, ap
pllcable to such Work-." (The si h   1'V
of minimum wages determined upon
by said Department will form part rif
the eontracl >
"The  i
with the
river,  f;u. a8 ,
'"''''��� machinery, planT. supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided the same enn be ob
tallied as r heaply, and upon as go--,]
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, ba\i- g
; regard to quality and price."
'.< hi I - if the said  work,   as
eiioai l \ use only mat'erl il,
(���I  Hid
wl^e
ar-
m
|13M, of all and singular that certain
jjircel or tract of land and preailses:
Isituate, lying and   being  in  the city
ol New Westminster, in the province
I'I British Columbia, more particularly
I brown and described as:    Subdivision
1��of block "A" of the middle acre of;
|t-e south half of  rhe south  half of;
I*..suburban block 12, map 566.
Vou and each of you are required to
I contest the claim of the tax purchaser1
pit-in forty-five days  from  the date;
��the first publication of this notice,!
F-rwlse I shall register M. W. Min-
|thorne as owner thereof in fee.    And1
"lewby direct that publication of this
IMti<. for thirty days in a daily news-
|W>er published at New Westminster
|'!'   '   '-'������'���   and   sufficient   service
I thereof.
��� . ' '���        ���' -and Registry Office.
[-** W''���'" ::' ter, province of British
piumbia  thi   ..���,
A.D I. ,
ster Eoard of Trade    meets In the;     For   r6semtjong
Board Room, City Hall, as follows: | ._u Qr addre93
Second  Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly    meetings on  the second
Wednesday     of     February,     May,
August  and   November,   at   8   p.  ro.
Annual   meetings   on    the   second
Wednesday     of     February.      New
members    may    be    proposed    and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
and   Information
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
.���st. Oen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
0����nerHl Hmrer'ntendwit. Victoria
WHEN GOING EAST
rhe contractor shall conform to th
in ,l1" Provln if New|flre regulations adopted by the Com
Bi unswlck, a distance ot aboul 31 5
miles.
(Ii Distrlcl 'If From a point designated on the plans o( the CommlS'
sioners, al or near the boundary Una
between Iho Provinoi's of Quebec and
New Brunswick, westerly a distance
of alKiut 62.4  miles.
(5l District. 'D'���From a liolnl  designated on the plans of tbe Commls-j
sioners. about eight miles west of the I
Abltibl River crossing, in the Province of Ontario, westerly for a distance  of about  100  miles,
(6) District 'K'���From   a  point d8 j
signaled on Ihe plans of the ('���oramls
Bloners, about 19*. miles west of thej
crossing of  Mud   River,     near   Lake
N'eplgon,  in  thr-  Province of Ontario,
Why Some C.tlttt.tes \ta Vn!nlmM��##
A mere glnnr-e at our maps I in presses
a few Ki'iieral finds up m us.   We ������(��
thai the largest areas of the unknown
missioners,  md also to the laws and   .,.��� Mcnv |n |a_)lfl )h|l( |lt,_ t()1) Ary fl9 ln
regulations respootlng fire, ln the dlf J the Sahara, the desert of Arabia, and
ferent provinces wjj^jeln the work   is; the steppes of Mongolia | lands Unit are
too Wet and hot. stimulating almost Impenetrable forest growths, as In parts
of the Amasou and Kongo basins;
Innils that nre too cold ami bleak, a��
portions of the northern areas of America and Asia. Even the characteristics
of the Inhabitants influence the eatent
of the unexplored. In proportion to total area there Is more uuknowB surface
In Liberia than lu any other political
subdivision of the world, because the
Llbertsns, content to live along tbe
const, have scarcely entered their vast
forest niar.e. though tbey teem with
rubber and other resources.���Cyrus O.
Adnms ln Harper's.
being performed.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or nil tenders.
By order.
T.  K. RYAN,
Secretary,
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental  Railway.
Ottawa, 1st February, 1908.
Newspapers will not be paid for thi?
advertisement If they Insert it with
out. authority from the Commissioners.
SOCIETIES.
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"The Milwaukee" "THE northwestern uw
day of January,
C. S. KKITH,
District Registfar.
ne.
. *"   ' ���   -   I with this notice.
through or under
na claiming any In-
! ild   land   by   virtue of
trument, and all
! inj   interest   in   the
ent,  whose  title is
m b-r the provisions of
i     \.-t." shall be fcr-
'
��� barred from set-
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago. "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
aiiroad in the world that equal in
���quipm.nt that of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway. They
mu an.l 0,-erate their own sleeping
ind dintng cars on alll their trains and
_ive their patrons an excellence ol
rervice   not  obtainable  elsewhere.
tl. S. ROW'L. General Agent.
- |_ Third St.. ror Alt'-   Portland. Or
lm to or in respect of
sold for taxes as pro,
I Registry Act"
TAKE
Tlie White Pass
^ Yukon i_oute
���HCROSS. ATLIN,
F.MR, '   ���   DAWSON    and
����nd.y) ., . Daily trains (except
''Press lnvr!?g. Passengers, mail.
Rjje, ��� "' height connect with
^i . ��� .' ��� ; - ind White Horse,
Fo1 minrm Ugh Wlnter s��vi��-
1 *feRrTply��
,r-KS, Traffic
Vancouver. B. C
Manager,
Th
nBRng_i
- IN ���
daily
"Ol
NEWS
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
TH E      SCENIC     RAILWAY   OF
AMERICA, running tl r igh B si -'ass
sleepers, to . : an I linl ��� c leavai
daily at 3:15; makes close counec
tions for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other I'nited
States points.
ED. OOULBT,
Agent, New vvestmlnster
or to E. .1. COYLE,
Asst Genl. Pass. Agt, Vancouver.
Trad- M��b"��
Dcsicns
CoWi-hts Ac.
Anrono ��mdlpt a .-etch ���""fr^.SrmJn
. ._   t��ln our optnloa irtje - "
jrobur.ir pfMMM
qnlcklr a��c.rt��ln our J_���H���_L~C_m_BmH--
tlon����rrlctlrrronOrtpriMiiL HANDBUU"  >en,u
P��t��it�� taken _frf"u'ih_*'l",��,ha
tptclal tuUct, without cfijrgo. ->""��
Scientific JWicricati.
ggSK^^T.-S^rj'XiJ.      *M "
_U neTTKlu-ien. ..      . u_ J,
MUNN & Co.36,Br"^" Wew Ycrk
���light Trains Every Day in the Ye*r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
l*HE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
uTibodies the newest and best ideas
or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
,nd LUXURY. It is lighted with
loth electricity and gas, the most
irilliant'.y illuminated train in the
vorld. The equipment consists of
.rivate compartment cars, standard
6 section sleeper?, luxurious dinin*
sr rrclining chair cars (seats free),
noilern day coaches and buffet, h-
.i.irv  <nd  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
nr'.her  information  call  on   or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
��� ,n s.r'init Avenue. Seattle. Wwb
Spokane fails & Norther?. Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Ihr only all rail route between ail
1 .oints east, west and south 'o Ross-
; .nd. Nelson and intermediate points
onnecting at Spol<-ne with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
��� N, Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-i
idian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary!
Creek point-
Connects  at    Meyers    Falli    with
.t.ige /lily for Repuhli<\
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
-pokane  and  Nelson.
Kffective    Sunday,    No-ember    io,
tooi.
ueave Day Train Arrive
9.30 a.m Spokane  7-'S P-m.
1..-5 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
1- s.m Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
easterly  for  a  distance  of .about  7
miles.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may be seon in the ofliee of the Chief
Engineer of the Commissioners at Ottawa; also In the offices of the District Engineers concerned, vi/,: Guy
C. Dunn, St. .lohn. N Fl.; A. E. Hon
ret, Quebec, P. Q.: -John Aylen, Acting District. Engineer, North Bay,
Ont,; imi T. S. Armstrong, Neplgon,
Ont
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders wlll not be considered unless
made In duplicate, and on the print
ed foi ma supplied I y the Commie
sloni r .
A separate tender must be submitted for r ach section.
Tenderers shall not br- in any way
entitled to rely upon the rd issffir ',:>'".
or   any   other Information glren by
any pi   ,��� ,1   n beh ilf ol the Commls
3iomr..:   ami   before  submitting   my
tender, bidders should make a careful
anamination   of  thr'   plans,   profiles,
'irnwinRs nnrl specifications, and read
the  forms lo be exec-ufced   nn 1 fully
:nform tli   nselves ns to tl-.f quafitlty
md  quality  of lint-rials,  and  (fhar
le.ter  of  workmanship   required;   nnd
ire  understood t<> accept and agree
to be  bound   by,  the  terms  and  oon-
Utlona 1,1 the form of contract, specl-|
tlcatlons, etc., .annexed to the form of
tender.
Bach tender must, be signed and
sealed by all thp parties to the tender
and witnessed, and be acrompa.nle.l by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commission MS
of the Transcontinental Railway, as
follows:
For Section No. 1, District 'A
"     2,
"     3.
n 11     4
" "     _'.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire hald In Oddfellows' hall   Colum
hla  street, every   Mvmiav  evening
nt X o'clock.
V  O.  U. W.���FFIA8ER  LOCGE  No. 8
��� Meetings Ihe first nnd third Tues
day    In     each     month.        Visblne
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge mom, A. 0, 0, W. hnli. Odd
feMows'  hiock, Clsrksou  street
,OURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
Meets  the  Pblirl*r   f'riilnv   in   Hif
iir..itli    qr    uj    fl-,.| ���.,,      jn    tf)e    blulltf
hall, Oddfellows* block.
What ��-.! Coral fa.
The red coral that Is used for necklaces ls a horny axis which supports a
number of soft bodied, coral-like animals, or polyps, the entire structure
bearing a strong resemblance to a
smull shrub. The fishermen, after they
have brought this shrublike colony to
the surface, clean the soft animal matter nwny, preserving the red core, or
nxls, -which Is sold ns jewelry. Although red cornl contains some line, lt
is largely composed of a substance
nkln to horn, nud, like horn, It takes ,1
line polish. Horn, wool ami other ani-
mnl substances of this nature almost
invariably change their color when
brought Into intense bent���St. Nicholas,
-OURT ROYAL CC LUMBI A. No. 8SO8
A. 0. F.�����The regular meetings ot
this F^idse rtp held ,.n mo Socond
nrid Fourth Tuesdays 0�� each month
at *, p. ro. iti iho Oddfellows' Hall
FRATERNAL   ORU_R   OF   LACLE3.
Aerie No.   .0    Meets every Tne   Is
evening   it s p   m., in the Eagles
ball,    Columbia    street
SV.  Pres.;   H.  Schofteld
rMl ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
it 8 o'clock p. m.. In Oddfellows'
lunl, Columbia street.
*UN_ OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATI0N, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191,���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
Crra of  Hairbrushes.
A goorl wny to clean hairbrushes
is with =jririts of ammonia find warm
wnter.    Take   a   tablespoonfiil    of
ammonia to a quart of water, dip
the   bti_th?s  tip nnd  down   in   tha
water   without,   wetting  the   back,
, rinse  in  cienn  warm  WffteT,  shake
well and dry in thr- air, but not in
,        the sun.    Soap and soda soften the
8ecT��t_ry.   ' bristles and will turn an ivory back
     ; ed brush, vellow.
A life of inzmess Is Its own reward,
I. 0. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall. Columbia Street, every Friday evening
nt 8 o'r lock. Visiting brethren wlll
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.U.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
t'A'
.$ 75,oro
���A*.
. 100,000
'A'.
. 75,000
'B'.
. 100,000
'D\
. 150,000
'B'.
, 100,000
A coat of Can is often an expensive
suit of clothing.
Any person whose tender is accept-'    time and place.
FOSE OP COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, 80NS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, Columbia 8t., at
8 p. m., White Rose Dogree, Fourth
Wednesday   tn   each month, same
Think twice before you do a mean
thing and then ask some one else to
do It.
The more you think abont some people the less you think of them.
Me who thinks no trll to tacky ta kb
mirirouaem.
,'M'
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FOR EVERYDAY
China and
Glassware
,TRY^
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Stiirlevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
ts-      ADVERTISE      "&-
-- IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Apples
AND
ACTOR STOPS PLAY TO
REBUKE GALLERY GOOS
Oranges
WE HAVE
THEM
GOOD ONES!
Apples, $1*50
per box.
Navel Oranges
Best quality
Large size
25c per dozen
C.A.WEISH
The People's Grocer
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
T^
��2
���
-The Country   Squire," a tissue of
comedy, for which a mere shred of a
nlot appears  to  be but   the excuso,
was the presr atatlon lasl night at th--
opera hou ���    .   the Lee Willard com-
juany.   Ti:-   story  Is simply .tliat thej
daughter of the old Vermont squire,
Alic. pn      .    5  her father's urgent
ib sir.   tor :- ��� to marry a man whom
������h.i  likes  bul   does nol   love, elopes
with anothei  man, who beguiles her
with falsi  promises,   she early realizes hi r folly and leaves him in time,
bin Is afraid to return to her father,
wno   for   months   grieves   in    silence. I
Lending aid to u tramp, he discovers:
;i vein of good  In thr' man and helps I
him, also giving him a photo of Alice j
and asking him, should be meet her 1
by chance, to tell her that her father
waits her with a father's love.   Thej
tramp finis the girl  and  is himself
reformed by the kind Act,
The linal scene, a wintry Christmas I
eve, brings the return of the lost one,;
und happiness Is complete. The sei ne,
with the red  glow- of the \\<kkI fire
Illumining   the    aged,    i.n t    heart}
squiri', as he deftly act* the role   rif
Santa  I'laus.  after  the  household    Is
abed,  lilling the  stockings of  several
orphans whose parents be recalls as
he works, Is a pretty one Indeed, and1
is admirably suited to the acting of
the genial Mr.  Willard;   not only so,
but it makes an uncommon and very
impressive close to a most Interesting
play.    All the power, however, Is in
the quality of the acting and while
members  of  the  company   are   more
than  can  be enumerated, their   dramatic ability  was  amply  testified  to ]
by    the    silence    with    which    the
audience    listened    to   the   pathetic
seines and the laughter that greeted
the humorous sallies.
A well merited rebuff was bande I
during the course of the play to a
number of youths in the gallery who
persisted In making themselves a
nuisance, Mr. Willard, stopping In
the course of iiis pari, ad Iressed th tm
quietly, rebuking them for their Inattention and mimicry. That hl3j
words had their effeel was evident
when the offen I n li ft the : ulldlng
Irami dlately afterward. The audience
loudly applauded the action - f thai
leading man.
Polish Your Furniture
wilh Johnson's Prepared Wi.x. U pre-
servea an- brink's out natural beauty of
the wood. It prurliiLVs ii ru'lj, urti-.tJc
llnish. to whloh rlirt uml dust will not
adhere, Juat try li and you will sue bow
much better it Is than nn.v other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
la"A 1 lomplete Finish and Polish for All
Weed " Use ii on your Uoors nnrl woodwork, too. .obhson's Powdered Wax Is
for nil danotbtf floors.
You ''im get Johnson's (ree bno., "Tlie
Proper Treatmr ut for Floors, Woodwork
aud Furniture" and these preparations ol
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Also.
WOOD   DYES
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
AMONG THE
New
��� Goods
New spring goods of every description are beini
departments of our Btore.   To be sure the lines are not   ���
yet, but the new goods being shown are just   whal
been demanding for weeks past.
Watch evi ry ndvertisvmetit.
Head this particular announcement and accept it ai
examine our new spring a-_ortraents.
New Coats Are Here
Manj new and popular styles now being shown in   the
wear department.    Among the many styles on dis  '��� Covert
Coats.
Broadcloth   Jackets   in   plain colors and light and darli
Immense Range of White Blouses
Hundreds of beautiful styles In white muslin blousi th   em
broidered fronts,    Ail sizes ani a large range of prlci   to   ���       iron
olumbia
AMUSEMENT
.. THEATRE ..
MOVING - PICTURES
SUBJECTS GAY AND GRAVE.
Films Changed Twice a  Week.
I
Matinee every Saturday afternoon,
commencing at  three o'clock.
Evening performances (continuous)
from 7:30 to 10 p. m.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
***********************************************<****<���
: Wedding Presents:
SUGGESTS  CONFERENCE
ON   THE ASIATIC QUESTION
London, Feb. 18.���Lord Amptuill in-
S^ir^iHtSlfZ'H^jjl-joinlng the Guichon Hotel
of  Asiatics    in    the    colonies,    and ���	
whether the government does not consider the recent action of the Canadian and Tr.1nsv.1ai government "both
White and Colored Silk Gloves
Twenty-five dozen jusl   to hand through parcel posl I
H   England,    L< ngths   shown   are 19 and  23 inches; coin:- are navy,
brown, cream,  grey,  cardinal and   black  and   white,    All    ma
in a .ier siiu than usually sold, and all have double Bngei  ���
?���������]   anticipate an Immense demand fnr these  extra quality  glove     Per
|j    pair   $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75
New Muslins for Evening Wear
It Is probably early to buy for summer wear, but the 11
lins we are now showing are most appropriate for even n
Beautiful dowered, striped or embroidered   voiles, organdii
sublime (a ne-.v flowered m reprized fabric) and  Persian lawi
yard  121 ,c to 75c
White and Colored Table Oilcloth
NO   SHORTAGE   HERE.
A large shipment catnc- to hand   Saturday    night,     P
marble and  colors,  In   G-4  and 6-1  widths.
Burr Block
NOTICE
conspicuous demon-sir 1 ions of th. be-   Ro site for  wharf and  boom on  tli
���
���
���
��� RICH CUT GLASS. STERLING SILVER GOODS. BRASS AND ���
X COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA. J
J              and last but not least, we are sole agents for J
��� THE   PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA. ���
I W. C. CHAMBER LIN, The Jeweler   \
lief of the colonies in the parami uni
importance of imperial unity," sufficient proof that the colonies would
wi Icome such a conference.
Agent Hamilton Watches
*
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Ji^ttlltJdtllt^^*****^**^*^^*******4***********4
Fraser river, near New Westmin
ster, B. C.
NOTICE is here.y give_  tnat tn :
undersigned, 11. 0. Barnet  and   Hugh |
1 -dcDonald,  Loth of the city of    New,
CITIZENS OBJECTING TO Westminster, in the province of Brit.
TAKING CARNEGIE MONE/   ish Columbia, mill owners, haviug ap
Easi Orange, x. J, Feb. lv- A loud' IjUed t0 his excellency tn. governor
protest has bmie up here agalnsl th
' proposed action of lhe city council in
l accepting  $;io,iiimi   from   Andrew  Carnegie for three branch libraries.   Tbe
city already has one Carnegie library
:
flu NEWEST.
which originally cost $50,000 and cost?
I $1G,00() a year to run. Many people
I thing the cost of running the library
; is too Iji-aIi. in view of the fact that
i nearly sixty sections of the circulated
books ai>3 fiction.
V.
1?
Valentines
... j\. 1...
J.J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS  STATIONERS  NEWS DEALERS
Power from  Niagara.
Washington,   Peb,   18,���The Houae
, committee on rivers and harbors yea-l
j terday gave a  bearing on the Porter
Alexander bills exempting the Niagara
! Gorge    Railway     company     anil     the
,| geneial-in-councll, for the approval o
a certain site for the construction of
a certain wharf and boom, situate on
the south side of Lulu island, on tha
shore of the Fraser river, have    deposited with the honorable   the minister of public works at Ottawa, plans
of said  wharf and boom, which they
propose to construct on tand covered
with water, lying eouth of lot 757, in
group I, in the district of New Westminster and province aforesaid,    together with a description of the proposed site thereof described by metes
and bounds; and have also deposited a
duplicate of each In the office of the
registrar of deeds for the said dietrlctl
of New Westminster, in which district
said work is proposed to be construct-!
ed;   In accordance with the    require-.
FREE Embroidery Lessons
and Art Exhibit To-Day
Demonstrating the superiority of  Beluing's   Silks.
MISS ALLISON  COCKBURN.
is here today in thr' parlor of the   Hotel   Russell,    where
have on display ber unique dlsplaj of em roidery work of 1 .      '���'
scription.
Hours,  10 to  12 a.  m. and 2 to 4 p. m.
W.SXolUsterXCo
THE STORE FOR HOUSEFURNISMNGS
��� GET A PAIR of���
i-HUSKY
1
11
Lower .Niagara River Power ,.   Water
1 Supply company  from  tho  provisionsI ments of s_ctlon 7 of the "Navigable
of the act for tlie control and regula-   Waters'   Protection  Act,"  Chap.  115
**************4
tlon of the waters of the Niagara
river. The bill will .allow the companies named to divert water from
the points at a distance not less than
a mile below the falls,
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dated at Xew Westminster, B. C.
the iOth day of January, 1908.
h. o. barnet,
Hugh   Mcdonald.
t
���������� ������������������� +����+
Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11  p, ni.
(Last car lv. Vancouver IT."0.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mi-utes for both Sapperton and city Mnilts over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes arter
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  nair-noun- between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
\
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
���������������������������������������������������������������������**J*******************-.AAA.l
A NEW HOUSE
Best part of the city; fully modern and up-
to-date; eight large rooms, basement and furnace.
Price, $4,000.
Terms ��� One - quarter cash,  balance easy
payments.
F. J. HART & CO.
New Wegtminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
aussrrs n* ihforcio
SHIRTS I
EITHER IN TAN OR BLACK
I
JL
With every two sold we give
a written guarantee for one
year's wear.
Just the thing for hard wear.
A pair costs you
$5.00
Other men have bought them and are satisfied-
Why don't you try a pair?
Made by the H. B. K. Co.
PhillipS, Wardrobe '(Mm
I
SELLING AGENT  FOR   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
J

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