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 rtjte, Shiles & Co.
f|RE INSURANCE
N��W WESTMINSTER, B. C
While, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Colombia St. Phone 85
Nl'MBER 45.
NEW   V. !^TMINSTER,  B.  C.    SATURDAY   MORNING,  FEBRl'AKV   22,198.
ten cents per wbkk.
IN BASKETBALL GAME       RUSSIANS TO JAIL
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genre Over Vancouvers More Attempt to Curtail Lives of
Than Trebled-Intermedi- Exalted Personages Gives
ates Lose by Small Margin     Police Lots of Work.
GAINS PREMIER'S SUPPORT:
games were played
resulting
-��� alora over the V.
;��� ne driil bail last night
c 8   j   .  ���,. i . and .1 defeat by
���,:.  two polnU, toe
' l8'
Tr, .;..     ii.. i nn easy Urn. of it
Iromtli        ��� ���      :   ��� '���'"'�� tlK' s''ul'��
.   .      , -   in  the  first  half
��j  ,.;ii   ;������    ing   it   in   tin-  seconil
St. I'i- ersburg, Feb. 21.���Attempts
that had hi en planned agalnsl I ���
lives nt exalted personagei a. .���
frustrated by the police lust night by
a  succession of arrests    in     varlou.
McBride Would Leave Probing of Asiatic Immigration to
Lieut-Governor Dunsmuir���Finance Minister Tatlow's
Budget Speech Replete With Interesting Facts and
Figures    Province Sound Financially.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���btr-ria, Feb. 'il.���(Special.)��� Prein-   tyear hud bet n $4,396,0h2; net expend!-
parts ol  the citj aggregating BO men  lei ..   this afternoon identified   I       $3,199,999; leaving ��� net surplus
and women.   This is the greatest num-   himsel     with    Comrade   J. H. Haw- "i    $1,201,038, chlMly accounted tor by
ber of terrorists ever taken by    rh.  tbornt��� ..   ���,   ;��� the latter', effort  to id   thai   revenue exceeded   the]
police in  the capital.    The majority   make.    Ilgrimage to the foot of the  ���     nates   bj   ovei  $1,600,000, derived
"f   ""'"'   were   h'avil-   armed,  Borne  throw     i   introducing an amendment   :   ,,  land sales, principally in Vancou-
with bombs, and thej made desperate  to the socialist's motion made Wed-  v��?i  timber licehses an. royalties ow-
^^ resistance  against   the  police  during  nesday that the matter of Asiatic im-' li great development of the lum-
iuK.1>,:    ' ���������  \":"-'"iV'-'- t.-_.iia,.__ wa...  ,)���. ,,,,1,-s,. o, ',!,.��� an-M,. Ti.-.-i, pniie-  migration be taken before    the   nn '        adustry, the excess of those   tv,
thorough: assed nnd wasi ffevei   ������.��� W(.,,. wounded and one waa kill-   perial parliament, but advocating the! Items alone amounting to over $1,265,
...... ae minute with   the  ,..,.   The operations centred    around  changing of the method of procedure.     including the increase in reglsti
local  ��� '        ���     '���*���"' outplayed at  the palace of the Grand D   ������ Nicholas   The premier would favor the lieute*   Snd  printing ��>fTice fees.    The actual
Brer:   ��� '     one, centre, where   Nieholasvltch, who it is surmised was  ant-governor approaching   the   gover-   expenditure only exceeded the    i   tl
L��nl <'-! :   that  he    W;I*  >'"' Immediate object of the plot. nor-general on the subject, instead ofl tn ted  by $220,000, including    public
an  aimlessly back      Several hundred gendarmes drew n  a direct appeal to the Imperial govern'   works $176,323,
Md forth        ' his   credit,   however,   cordo- amuill| a��� ���nli,,. ,.ilv 1)k)(.K jn   ,,,,.���, ,���;,,_, ma|il.     Ml..,Iill(1 Bpoke at N-|  Ljabi|jt eg   DecreaEed
.        ,i field goals, one th,   v,clnlty   ���f   ���,..   grand   duke ;  S(im��� l6ngth 0��� ,h(> _ubject   nir fl.       .,    balttuce of llablUtIeB over ^^
���:-... good shot.    Peaoockj paiace, comprising six nundred occu-  bate being finally adjourned   at    the   iad decreased   considerably   in    the
nsI'' : oua man on   tne  i^] apartment      Agents of the polic.  request of the leader of the opposl-. ,.  ��� _ between 1903 and 1907 or from
Yanci'.vi  team,  but   his  dangerous  Bearched  these apartments  from  top   tion. $>     ,u7s iu th(   flrsl  named year to
er.  not destined to to bottom and unearthed stores of ex-]    G. R. Naden, Greenwood, soughl to   J<  ,25,233, a reduction   of   $1,600,000
��� '..>���. C, Spring, whojpi08|vea and firearms.   A fashionably  amend the municipal elections act by
cowi him. proving altogether    too  dressed woman was arrested on   tho  striking out  the householder's clause
much fr i    '   of mind when he  street.    She carried a muff In which   giving   voting power to    all  persons
made thi and too slippery a   was concealed a quantity of dynamite| paying  a   tax  of  two    dollars,    and
(tistonin- tn ������".' when  he mice  got  a-_  was arrested  al  the entrance af   which would let   in women's   votes,
iwaj witl  the   tall.    G.  Spring also  -.,,. u88-p__ park.   Two   men   were   holding that, votes should be given to
fayed an excellent game, guarding arrested in the Grand Mosque, one all men an.l women, irrespective of: en the governmenl account, had the
:::������ In good  style.    The  foi- 0t whom is a notorious Italian ana'--   property qualifications.   The members   ftock  inscribed in the name ot    tho
twins were the point, scored: Morrl-j chist    While the police were .arrest-  of the government wished toe clause   . rnment and applied hair yearlj tu
Mi:. C. Spring 7. Lund 8, Q. Spring ing a terrorist on Basil island he to stand over without saying what' the purposes of the sinking fund. In
;i;,,':' '��� Tne line "1> WB8: dangerously wounded two of them. It they would do in the matter, .but the three years this would effect a saving
bards, c Spring ami G. Spring; is expected that the police will make opposition asked foi a discussion of 01 :: _, per cent, instead of selling at
Ktitre. I.iiii'l. forwards, Morrison and   further efforts to round up other mem-   the subject in order to discover what   loss of $30,001
pbertson.   The Vancouver  line  up: ' bers of the terrorists, who have bee.i] position the premier intended taking.' manent building loan was made July
Guards,   Payne   and   Gunn;    centre,  organizing   vigorously   and   planning
puer; forwards, Peacock and Mar-  outrages on a large scab-.
_y, ________
VATAL ACT INOPERATIVE
Vancouver,   IV!).   21. ��� The
al act was ruled this moi-n-
*. Chief Justice Huntei to
aoperative so   at   as    the
bjecta of Japan a .   concei o
"Ugh lie did no: hold that
ct was Inoperative   as   a
��������       i        ll    Has   held   t-i   be   il"
contrevention of the I eatj  ad
with .lapan.
He ordered the releai e of I he
two men hold and also sui;
gi si,-,! ihat they have a right ol
action against someone whom
he did not name, for their de-
Ion.
. i
POWER COMPANIES ARE
INJURING NIAGARA
British Scientist Points Out
Danger From Use of Falls
For Power Purposes.
���   tly in the -public debt.
The loan of isTT maturing on July
: wa   pro\ided for by the sinking
t'liid invested in our own ti percent.
itock  of   ��105,674,    The   government
acting on advice had purchased stock
Washington, Feb. 21.���Dr. YY. J.
Spe.icei *l,e ]ln"-' Scientist, who
ij^irfctj- '��� Vhe geological
ljit*-W*' ���,,,,, ,,, make an investi-
gat"!-, of tlie Niagara Kails problem,
deecribed today the effect of utilization ot its wall is by power plants upon the scenic beauty of that national
water power.
At. the instance   of   the  American
civic federation.  Dr. Spencer appeared before the rivers and harbors com-
mttiee of the United States house of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ representatives  and   presented    fact?
and figui-es to show what effect the
. oria, feb. 21.���Immediatelj up request of the Ontario Pow_r company
'-tin of the decision ol Chiel lor a P��*er rraacnlse, to develop
Ju ce Hunter against the contention wbich power would require to.OOO
of the provincial Governmenl as fo cubic feet ot water per second, wouhl
the validity of the Natal Act, Attornej 1,:1V(> on ,he falls.
Gem ral Bowser at once took the nei ���' *" contende*! by Dr. Bpencer
essary steps for the argument bn tli- that Ulis request ls for from 20 to 25
appeal He will arrange tor a Bpecttl lH'r cent- ot the discharge of the
Sitting Of the Appellate Court now in Niagara river and would greatly Im-
session  hero at the earlieel   possible  Pair the characteristics of the Whirl-
PROVINCIAL liOVMNHEKT
TO APPEAL DECISION
ti
Although there is a long list of ap-
waiting to he heard, the court.
composed of Mr. Justices Irving, Mor
rison and Clement. Will comply with
the Attorney-General's request, ami ai
the close of the argument in the cas'
of   Htintting   v
The Juniors put up a strong game,;
iiit were badly handicapped by the
(operior weight of their opponents,
and by the ioss of Spring, who was
P��y*ng with the seniors. They were
equally good at least In combination'
N* ���   . bul weak iu shooting, mis.-
EARLY IMPEACHMENT OF
JUSTICE MARTIN EXPECTED
th. Natal Act appeal. If their decision
he adverse to the Government's view,
the next appeal will be made direct
to the Privy Council, skipping the Su
Payment of the per-; preme Court at Ottawa. This case with
  the Government appeal in the divorce
Attorney-General Bowser declared that! last of $10,000 and Interest. I jurisdiction case would then be heard
no advantage would be taken of the      Turning to treasury debenture loan' by the law lords of the Privy Council
postponement of the   debate,   as the  he had approached the largest holders   in June.
government had several times gone on and was able to repurchase 672,000 of In the meantime, the Japanese win
record as opposed to the franchise ol the bonds at par with interest to .ate,
women, and that their stand had been, so the whole debt was wiped out ex-
endorsed by their constituents. Oa cept $28,000 held in Montreal, which
division, the section was stood over, was repayable at $4000 a year for
although this was opposed by Naden,  seven years.
Victoria, Feb. 21.���A   rumored    re-, -MacDonald and Hawthornthwaite. The The present financial condition After
ing many a shoi that should have been! newal of the proceedings looking   to   remainder of the bill passed  without this was a loan of 1887 bearing   four
Jcinch.  At half time the score stood! the early Impeachment of Mr. Justice' serious discussion. and  a  half per cent., maturing inn,
Wtoal), and it was anybody's game, | Archer Martin is neard in una out uf      Tomorrow Hawthornthwaite will In- $881,210;   three  per    cent,    inscribed
Irat In the second half toe visitors oh-] legal  circles  here.    Tne    impression! troduce a  bill limiting the work    of Block, maturing 1941, $921,863; dyking
prevails that manj   members of   the| telegraphers and signalmen on   rail- debentures, $671,000; balance of treaB-
*��'-<l ;i tead of two points, which the
ta? although they never permitted
toe lead to be increased, were unable
-catch
PWMENT FOLLOWS
OBJECTION OF JAPAN
-'���The Daily  Chn.u-
'' :" '' article ami    editorial
-si    Japan's   haughty
I    ' the door of    Man-
1 ���   oing    the   Hainniintun
1    Which   was   being
I; " British tlrm. this bo
il "   that  a  British  firm
eontracl in China,
Victoria   liar   are   ready   to  join   witn i ways to eight hours a day.
the Vancouver bar should the Teniiin-��� 	
til   lawyers   renew   their   proceedings
for Impeachment,
The resolution of the Vancouver
bar only went so tar as the appointment of a committee t:r take the
necessary steps in the matter, which
must ultimately be accomplished byway of a petition through a member
of the House of Commons.
my debentures $28,000; total, $11,002,-
1 16,  against which  was  held  $1,420,-
pool rapids; lower the river bed up to
the falls, break up the surface rock
at the foot of the American falls and
Goat island, and thereby cause a
more rapid recession of the Horseshoe.    He said;
"On account of lowering the water
McAdam, will  hear lnto ,he basln abont ,he "t'11*'r ra,)i(l3
it will Increase the slope of the river
so that the surface of Lake Erie wiH
be lowered by three feet. Again, tha
lowering of Lake Erie will in the
same manner lower Lakes Huron ani
Michigan.
"In connection with the calculations
for rcpa'mg the hailioTs and canals
thus damaged, the Cnited States engineers calculated that to Increase the
depth even one foot would cost more
than $12,000,000."
not be proceeded against by the gov
eminent. ""*
Mrs. Montgomery, an elderly lady
of Sapperton, early morning slipped
While descending a staircase at hot-
residence, falling heavily. Removed
to the Royal Columbian hospital, it
was found that her ankle had been
fractured, while she also sustained a
sevei_- shock to the system.
LADY TRAVELLER SPEAKS
IN OPERA HOUSE SUNDAY
$00,000.   In the Latter over $20,000 i
Victoria, Feb. 20.���The feature of today's session of the legislature was
the budget speech which the finance
minister commenced late In the afternoon aii'd did not conclude until all n
t>10, leaving the net debt or the pro-! estimated as due to the Increase of tha
vince, $9,581,536, showing a reduction
sine 1905 of $1,829,260.
In toe estimates to ;tlst March, 1909,
the revenue is placed    at $3,143,276, | sanatorium.
statutory per capita grant. The sum
of $26,000 is asked for hospitals and
$10,000 additional tor a   tuberculosis
including the increased Dominion su"
six o'clock.    I;   was  I very  long an 	
painstaking presentation of the flnan- sidy of $115,000, and the   Special ten
cial condition of the province and the years grant of $100,000    per    annum;
expectations  which  could   be  reason- land sales, $100,000; land revenue, ln-
  i ably formed of Income for the coming eluding crown  grant   fees,  water    re-
\  constable of the Vancouver city I financial  year,   or   rather     the    nine cords  and coal prospecting    licenses
I'' n must decide tor
" ln ' - rs, particularly
(Me arbiter Of   any
' 'ke for the develop-
j, and   industry    In
^"j' isl    hav,-   a   fa--
ini.;: ���   ���'raging    th.
government from dealing with
police force yesterday brought over a
prisoner, ll. P. Clay, to serve a terra
of five years in the penitentiary.
Clay was the burglar who wis brought
to book by two ladies, who, lindm..
him ransacking thr house when toey
months which will be covered by it- J100,000;   timber   licenses ani   royal-
The  budgel   shows    a    surplus   "f ties,  $900,000,  and  $150,000  In  taxes
Jl.L'iMi.iio'i for the last fiscal year, ani usually paid after 80th June,
the estimates for the nine months that Two new Items were game licenses
Education is increased by $30,000, a
reasonable Increase in view of general
conditions.
Public works last year was $864,135:
for the present year appropriation, $l.
068,640; next year, $1,226,900, of which
the greater portion was for road s(
trails and bridges, $778,666,
The supplementary estimates appeared largo, amounting to $1,800,000,
will constitute the next   fiscal    year
forecast revenue of $3,145,276 and ex
$10,000,   ami    fisheries.   The   gam" including the repayment of outstand<
license would he Increased from fifty   Ing debentures of the $1,000,000 loan
ilw Hritisli for-' returned home one evening, promptly] pendltures of $3,022,311, not including  to one  hundred  dollars  and  devoted I ami was $432,000 for additional help Mi
look charge of him until he could be $200,000 for the superannuation fund
placed In the hands of the custodian. This allows  for the decrease in   the
of the law. timber  revenue and the Increase ei
  pendlture on public works.
This afternoon the b!g soccer match
��� scheduled, between the Rovers of
Overwork   in   Hospitals.
On tin- adjourned  committee on thr1
|Brl,i"n contractors,
'One u���n(1
Westminster and the Thistles of Van-   tacl),rU.w    hjn    v,,-    Hawthornthwalt.
moved  to Include iu the schedule "I
couevr in the semi-finals for the B. C. i
cup.   The local boys have been victo .
whethe
lOirr.
iii every game of the series, and   the
Thistles have lost hut one.    There '��
says the Qhronicle
I lf ��� eoiitract had been se. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mta��� "v ' ni ��e firm, the samel a possibility that Peele may be unable
l0ns ��ved   communica- \ to get Into the game through sickness.
'    ' ''ii felt..'' I Turn out and root for the home team
'"���;-;-..���....-_'....-.."..".���,.....................,...���..���..���..... AWUWUUift'liWJJSS.
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i
This Is My 37th Birthday"
George O. Smith.
- Smith, director of the United States geological survey.
-���,, 'on, Maine, February 22  1871. After graduating from
"i 1-93 li- went to Johns  Hopkins university and spent
r   study of geology,    Leaving this Institution in 1896
'I  with toB   United   States   geological   survey   and
, Inuousry |_ tne .Prv;ro of that branch of the government
- successful-work in Washington, Utah, Michigan and
iinluslr.es   affected   the   word   "hOSpi-
.a..-..        tie   instanced  the   many   hours
of    duty    which nurses ha. to work, 	
espeWaily emphasising the    case   of estimated at $3,026,811, a little    less
than the revenue, because of Ihe pro
i<> game protection. The $7000 was ob-l all departments   occasioned    by    in
tained  from  fees under the fisheries I oreaso of work.
act and reduced the cost of $17,000 Tho other principal items an', pub-
poT annum; from the Chinese bead lie works, $432,600; made up of Works
tax $60,000  was anticipated. i and buildings, $1J!SJHi0;   roads,  streel
A comparison of receipts showed and bridges, $222,000; surveys, $20,-
they had nearly doubled in the lait 000) contingencies, $62,000; all works
five y.ars, or from $2,00!t,4i2 to $i-'ot present necessity.
338(M_�� Agriculture.
The Estimate*. Turning  to a few  matters    beann.
Expenditure for the coming yoai' !s| on the general financial condition, the
the   progress
probationers who were   young   girls
and wlin suffered much in conseqin rnj.
of the long hours of labor.    He latei
withdrew   his  amendment,   promising
in Introduce a private bill.
The   Budget.
in commencing his budget,   .peecb,
Che finance minister said that it was
the fifth occasion on which  he    ha.I
been able to lay an Improved condition  of affairs  before  the  House and
posed   payineat   of   $200,000   to   the
superannuation  fund.
The lirst item is public debt, $-83-
508 against the expenditure of $71-,-
218 for the year ending 80th June Last
and estimate of $��TS,3.9 for 1808, As
a nine months' estimate this amounts
to a ireduction over last .war of $200.-
000.
The civil service showed an increase
\.it of today would more than ever for the present year by reason of pub-
:,'.i with approval. Such a condition lic business, the cost of civil governor financial affairs must be a source ment having not Increased
of greater satisfaction at a time Iiko  cent.,  the  revenue ha'. Jg
in
s��lte<l        ^       "S ��' XeW Kn-I;:n'' attracterl  much attention and re-
s   , ' ::"ment as director of the survey a year ago.    Dr.
ominent member of the Geological Society of America
I...
;
'      61
J on import.-ffit geological   discoveries   and   theories
""** amended ana widely read.
������ - *�� *-.; mmmwvmvwmmwwmk ���: *****
20   per
increased
the present when the country Is, WO per cent. Administration '->t
emerging from a period of financial | Justice, salaries, including $S0OO for
depression with Its effect, on the gre-it! the provincial police additional; legis-
nonetary centres rendering It mora'' latlon increase, $18,000, Including in-
than ordinarily difficult to obtain crease in sessional indemnity.
necessary capital for new or existing The vote for public Institutions
undertakings. showed an Increase of nearly $20,000
The net. Income for   the    financial  and hospitals and charities   of   over
Miss Ada L.  A.  Murcutt, Fellow of
the  Iloyal  Scottish Geographical   society,   world-wide   traveller,     lecturer
and writer, who has been electrifying
the people of Victoria, Vancouver and
Ladner for the past three weeks, will
begin a series of popular lectures in
New   Westminster   Sunday,   February
2J, at 8:15 p.m., in the opera  house,
Mayor Ke.ary occupying the chair. H��?r
lectures embrace varied  topics relating to the physlcat political and social
conditions of the countries and  peoples  she has visited and  studied    as
few  travellers   take    the    time    and
trouble to do.
A special feature of her meetings
Is the preponderance of men who ,ar<>r
attracted night after night in increasing number, to hear her clear-cut and
brilliant utterances. Only a lecturer
of extraordinary ability can fill a
lame hall to overflowing six consecutive afternoons and nights. Her Wednesday night lecture is a masterpiece
on the subject of social option, with
which she is Intimately conversant.
The weeks' lectures, which are given
in St. Patrick's hall from Monday to.
Friday inclusive, are free (a collection,
heing taken each time to meet cu_--
ient expenses) with the exception of
������ilday night when those who hear her
noted lecture on "Russta and its island
prison Saghallen," will be charged 25
cents each at the door. Good music
and solo singing win add to the enter-
minister   pointed   out
made iu  agriculture during the    past
year,   which   was, all  things  conside--
ed, satisfactory. There was a mat-rilH ta.nment each night.
Increase In the acreage under cultiva-      ,,,     ,,���������������
Miss Murcutt purposes to remain In
Hon and prices ranged higher than in   r-.t��i=v, ,'���i���m, (���  *
British Columbia for several    nionth3
former years  and  the   returns   whei   ,   ,  _,.,.    ...
and  will  visit everv section    of    the
completed,  would  probably  show    an   __.���,    ,   .      .,
' province   under   the  auspices   of  the
Increase equal to 190��, when product*-���__���,_., ���, ,   ���.   . .,      _,
_-_-----_______________________H!       | Provincial Women s Christian Tempe"-
ance union.    1'iom this city she will
proceed to Nanaimo and Ladysmith.
of farm, ranch,   dairy    and    orchard
reached    $7,500,000.    Importation   of
agricultural produce showed    an    in-i	
crease over 1906 of $735,506, but this
WfliS no cause for alarm: it was n 0''eat preparations are being made
strong proof of the advance being tor the Pickwickian mock trial, which
made in all lines of industry ,an 1; ,s to be repeated in the lecture room-
growth of population and new enter- ot st- Pa,ir8 Reformed. Episcopalian
prises. Pour hundred companies wero church on Tuesday evening next unincorporated nnd registered to do busi-1 de��" the auspices of the working bible-
ness in the year. The crying need of, class- Tne c*st which interprets
the province was for more farmers! Dickens' humorous story has been
and for mixed farming to supply local j steadily rehearsing, and will be-
thoroughly efficient when the curtain-
(Confinned on page 3.)
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THE DAILY NEWS
SAT.
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Greatest
>fe:.i;v'K:tf^i. ��� -. y��Z-_-SB-g.rO-^,r^Vii-i,- jy��� ������;..'
TO - DAY
will be the last day of our Great Shoe Sale.    We have yet many a good
bargain on a pair of Shoes.        Special reduced prices for to-day.
MERE'S A SAMPLE  OF WHAT'S   LEFT
Men's $6 Fine Boots for . $3.75
Men's $5 Fine Boots for . . 3.25
Men's $4.50 Fine Boots for . 2.75
Men's $4 Fine Boots for . . 2.50
Ladies' $5 Fine Patent Leathers 3.25
Ladies'$4.50 Fine Kid and Patent Leathers for     .     .     2.95
Ladies' $2.50 Fine Kid Lace
Boots for    .       .       .       1.25
Boys' $2 and $2.25 Boots for    1.45
Boys' Heavy Boots, sizes 6 and 7, 1.45
Women's $1.50 Felt Slippers for 75c
Misses'and Children's Felt Slippers for
Children's $1 Slippers for
We think these prices should interest you.   In any case, come in to-day and look around.
Can you afford to let this Shoe Opportunity go by?
"S Big Shoe House, L
25c
25c
1
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
Look For the Big Yellow Signs
New Westminster, B. C.
Excursion Is
Proposed
For Fall
Spokane, Feb. 21.���Hon. M. McKenzie, of Mack-od, a member of the provincial government of Alberta, is in
Spokam  to arrange with the chamber
of  r   iv.mei'ce   to   run   an   inland   empire excursion to the  various   cities ���
and towns in tfcit province during tho
grtin harvesting season m'xt summer,
after which the commercial bodies of
Mb na purpose visiting Spokane an.l
points in  the territory tributary to it.
in u'v.i the value of mining, lumber,
.rain   fruit   and  live stock  products,
txclurive of manufactures and imports,
aggregated $133,500,000   in    1907    or
?_-7 per capita of   a population   ft
.-. ��� i.i	
V    McKi nzie, �� ho �� as a guesi nf
i."   I Cannon, coun ie] for the Northern
fir-ilk   rmhv.iy     al   tic    lai-t   weekly
,moetlng and luncheon of the boar I .if
rusieej of tlie chamber of commerc -
where he outlined hla plans, adding
'thai   upon  his   return  fo  Canada be
��������:_ confer with William Whyte, Mrs!
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
llox 545.
C
OOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
Websdale & Har.wick
Builders and
Contractors...
All kinds of carpenters work, General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   St.   Andrews
Street, between 8th and Oth St.
of N'ew Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
jarAdTertise the town we live in I
mailing Picture Post Cards to .unfriends-
**__f
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
ers in Ladies' and Gents'
FINE  HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and    Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dyeing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
vice-president of tlie Canadian Pacific and scalp Treatment
Railway company, to arrafge tor ade-Uj Granvi||e 8t# Vancouver, B. C.
quatc transportation    facilities.      He,
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants
added:
"My purpose*in presenting this project at this time is to bring Into ci
affiliation   and   association   the   bu
ne.s  men   and   producers     of   N ir
western  Canada aud  the  inland    empire.     Our   interests   are   inutuil   an I      or  .,     Famli -;,.������_   Law_  _r Con>
we nave much In common;  in tact,  lj tervatory.
Reliable varieties at reasonable
prices. No borers; no scale; no fumigation to damage stock. No windy
aitents to annoy you.   Buy direct an!
may say that the real development of
the boundary mining district was
made by Spokane capita] and enterprise. There are several men in Spokane who have become millionaires as
the result of their investments in pro
perlies along the southern edge of
Western Canada, and a number of our
people 'aave amassed fortunes in your
timber, fruit arEi agricultural belts."
Mr. McKenzie will Immediately
make arrangements with the various
commercial organizations in the province of Alberta to join in ,a formal
invitation to the Spokane organization to visit them some timi- the coming summer.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you ?
No wmdcjr after thc hard winter.
lew fill .land it.
i'tit ou _ new one of Ruberoid
Roofing,    Nr) trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastic roofing sad
will Maud all kinds of weather ���
beat, cold,, sue rain, wind; make,
oo difference to Ruberoid.
It it wt-tlier-p.out -ml fire-re-
��� shtinji.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied and requires
| _�� paintin|!,.
Call ov write for fait particulars,
'.<__ip]e_ ind price-..
get trees and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Materials, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established nurseries on the mainland of B. C Catalogue free.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses and  Seed  Houses.
3010  Westminster  load.
VANCOUVER,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY \K.WS
T.J.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
Jew Westminster
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds ^iven special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   \ 377
Front St. New Westminster
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the . dvertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning he1 orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities
So That You
Mr Pusinessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the 'Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
V .TURDAV
FEB. 22, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
FOR=
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JOB
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��� Windsor Hotel  Block.
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
R.   H.
CLIBURN
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A2698.
P.   O.  Box   11?:
Bowling Alley,  Pender  St..
VANCOUVER
Ag
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-ssrs. Samuel   May   &
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iron'o.
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ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
Tie
Daily
News
BRING   BIG  RETURNS
~.
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
t
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANiJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on   sale    to  ail
European points.
special    RpHuced    Rates    Round    Tn,
Rates   to   Southern   California
For Ml] information call on or write
0. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore
Mail Service
rand Trunk Ry. p. CRAKE
Excellent Train Service Between
[Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
|Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
���And all the principal business centers of
���MARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
PjtoBl FPALO/NEW YORK and
IPUDELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
l-or rw Tables, etc., ad_ress
GEO. w. va'-jX.
lt:,,l::(V-'^'-�����i Ticket
^-ent, I..   A.;.im, s,    fjhJcago, 111.
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
LadleB'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
race, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches. doHble
ease, $7.50 >ip.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
\rctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing: charges reasonable.
���[Trains & Steamers
''''"���  MAIN  LINK.
_L��ave n,-, Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
���W'15. 17:2u  U-.40.
_n.��'ve ���     Westminster    10:'.5,
J��-��. 16::-mi       25| 19:35
B *''"""1   '   Press    arrives    12:45.
saves 15 jj
IkK '" RTHERN RAILWAY.
Kv. N w "j "���" "'"'; "��� Seattle 4 p.m
|Ma. ' '' P-m-: ar. Seattle 10 p.m
���Lv. n "wV., *  v -VANCOUVER
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST-:
*1
PURE GOO_ri ARE
English   and American   Billiard   Ta-
��� -les,   Bowling   Alleys, etc.     New   and
second . hand   tables   and   supplies   in
l stock.
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
BUDGET SPEECH IS
REPLETE WITH FIGURES
*
EMPRESSES
i -i	
H. Po��w I EMPBliJS OK 1KKLAN1' i      TOW
GHBAT    REDUCTION-    IN    FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Lv Van,,,
P- m. and 9:55 p. m.
��">���� 8.35 a.m.. an. 4 p.m
Uave. "    P0RT GUICHON.
larriv,. ,-" '  tmln<��ter 3:50 p.m-,
tJJ" 0Wch��n '' P-m-
|feweaIe '; ,; a. in., arrive New
1\ :  8:30 a.m.
ttondai
fi ���'���"��� -(lays and Fridays-
&��. ^V '"'-VANCOUVER,
|*ad 8 a       A "Minster 5.50, 6.60, 1
l8"w tin �� and 6Very Da,f h��W there-
Lv :'' ID'
|,atD6i'  'r r,jr Westminster tt
'DVERTIBE      �����
~ IN ���
These cheap rates will only last for
a short time. Better arrange your
booking now.
Next sailing date Empress March 6.
For other  dates  nnd  particular-,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent.
Have YOU Seen The
BABY ELEPHANT
shade of Worsted, also the Grey
and b*own? They are all new and
correct in every particular.
Your inspection invited.
he
D'iLy      N
E W S
�� -o-i
WANT  KELP.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. m.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdin
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily except Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
Sunday. Mails Received at 6: :<5 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railwa;
Co., 7:4") a. ni.:
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexcept Sun
days. Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched by U.N.K. train, 8.45 a.m .
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Port Kells
Hazel mere, Hall's Prairie, Bonar-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
In Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), daily except Sunday, Return mails received
at ;;.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton,  Tuesdays  and Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays   and    Saturdays.    Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway.
10:30 a. in.:
Vancouver  No.  2;   Victoria,  No   1
Central   Park,   daily 'except  Sunday
Return mail received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i;18 i>. m.:
East Burnaby, daily except Sunaay
Return mails received ut 1:1(1 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12-00 noon:
Tiinberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tuesdays and Fridays.   Return   mails   reeeived Tuesdays aud Fridays.
Dispatcded by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m.
daily   (closes  daily   at the  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     Port
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.    dailv
except Suuday.   Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:80 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 0 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    ��n
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 d. m.t
To southern poinrs, dally excent
Sunday. Return mail 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
m., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary anil Vancouver, No. 90 (C
P. R. east, second mail). Return mall
received at l p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday. Return mall received at . p. m.
Opera House Bookings.
Kerry   Gow   .; Fell. 25
Dream City    Mar.   2
A Royal Slave March 24
Sis In New York  April ]
The   Burgomaster    April 8
San Francisco Opero Co April -'���'
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.
____________   <ft
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join thr- 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.
New Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
ee Our Bargain Counter
Buys any article on the table consisting of a large variety
of China and Glassware ranging in price from
35c to $1.00
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps ar%
picked up.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
8,   E   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General   Manager.
A genera) Banking business transacted.    Accounts  may be opened  and  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 is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
WE   HAVE-
DR. CLAYTONS
i
Dog Remedies
AUo. FREE BOOK ON DOGS
At Ryall's Drug Store
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
(Continueu trom Page One.)
nd lor butter, poultry, vegetables
fruit and eggs, ot these we had im-
poi    ci   ,7,3.2,669 pounds and _,t"_ 1,4.1
.    ii  i'i  eggs last year  at a cost ol
1)62 an : $230,452 iii duty,    lne^e
ires    albo    included    $800,000    for
con, ham and lard, $115,000 i<u- pou!-
':  $200,000    for beet    and    mutton;
$335,000 for oats; $75,000 for    apple.;
$218,000 for canned fruit; $148,000 tor
1' iy  anil  many    other    things  which.
might easily be produced in    the province.
The  dairy industry showed  a  satls-
; factory Increase, the output of butter
from  18 creameries,    being    1,651,-04
pounds, valued ai  $549,421 compared
with $430,000 In  1906.    The total production   of  butter   was altogether _,
051,304 pounds,   against  Imported, 4,-
317,000,   Cheese bad proau._u $11.-00
for  95,000  pounds.    T_tal  value    o*
dairy   products  $2,060,000 as    against
51,528,001)  paid   for  Imported articles.
High prices of these products    were
the rule throughout America and otliC'-
\ provinces had to import also.
Fruit Growing.
Marked progress  had been made La
fruit growing,   Good averag. crops of
fruits except strawberries had    been
harvested and the retail and express
���   shipments show an increase over 1000
of 7��� >7 tons.    The greater part of    tlie
fruit grown   was   probably   consumer!
locally.
The number of trait trees an.l
bushes imported in 1907 was 1,500,000
aud about an equal number was produced by provincial nurseries, increasing the total fruit growing acreage of
the province to over 100,000 acres,
when iu 1901 there were only 7430
acres.
Lumber   Industry.
Turning to the lumber industry, the
speaker said that  prices reached  tho
highe.it figure in the history of    the
business of last summer, but -when the
niillmen found the cut was in excess
of the demand, prices fell to a normal
figure.
The  British  Columbia timber    and
Prompt  Delivery   forestry chamber and    the   Canadian
_     , Forestry   association    and   all    otlr-r
societies in the interest of the lumber
industry should    combine   In a campaign of education of proper methods
of logging.    The percentage of forest
fires during the past year had shown
a gratifying decrease.
The returns showed:    Cut qji provincial lands west of Coast range 4SS,-
Ojo.OOO teet; east of Coast range, 260.-
000,000 feet;    on    Dominion   railway
bolt, 15,000,000 feet;  on E. & N. railway lauds,  Vancouver island, 53,000,-
000 feet; total, 840,000,000 feet. Stock,!
of lumber on    hand west   of    Coast
range, 140,000,00n feet;  east of Coant
range, 120,000,000 feet; total, 260,000,
oo<>.   Total cut valued at an average
of  $15   represented   $12,61)0,000.    The
i"lurns of log scaling would indicate
there were at the beginning of    the
year 280,000,000 feet of logs    in the
woods or the water. The revised totals
of cut of 1906 gave a grand total   of
"70,721,92:1 feet, so 1007 showed an increase of 375 million feet.    The    indications in,the other provinces showed t'uere would be no falling off in the
demand for our lumber.
Mines and Smelters.
Referring to mining, thc minister
paid the shutting down of some of ttu
big producing mines was caused hy
tho shortage of coke and fall in prices
of copi>er and other metals.   Th. sta-
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
(The  famous Judge
and Dog Fancier)
\Y. K. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   D-iaLERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Bri:k   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
(Continued on Page Seven.)
This Date in History.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL |14,4CO,OC0.0����
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln  London,   England,
N.w York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents ln all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In eums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (pre��3nt rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. ^
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BR TONER, Manager
FEBRUARY 22.
i
1009���Death of Frederick I. of Tuscany.
17:12���George Washington, first president of th. U. S., horn. Died
December 14, 1799.
1777���Archibald Bullock, governor of
Georgia, die. in Savannah.
Born in Charleston, S. C,
about 1830.
1.19���John New land Maffitt, jr., a
celebrated Confederate privateer, born In Ireland. Died at
Wilmington, N. C, May 15,
1886.
ISO.���.Jefferson Davis inaugurated
president of the Confederate
states at Richmond.
1S01I���President Johnson publicly denounced the reconstruction
committee and declared congress to be in rebellion again n
the government of the United
States.
1SN1��� Orange Free State declared to
he neutral territory.
1806���The Confederate Rtates' museum
' cr.ted at Richmond, Va.
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PAGE  FOUR
T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
A Man and
His Clothes
There is no success for a poorly
dressed man. Things do no- work
out that way.
Our Spring and Summer V.' Jl-
lens  for Men  now  oa  display  and   0f  greeting
eluding a well read-red  sere,
a quartette o: .he members.
The chairman opened  the program
wi-h a short a I  welcome.    A
most ini -    was    give-
by C. C fisher who wa.- introduced
by T. R. Pearson with the statement
that he was the beat after dinner
speaker on the continent. Mr. Fisher?
speech abounded in bright humor an.',
beautiful phrases and was delivered
with no -mail degree of eloquence.
Other s makers of the evening wer.
Superintendent f". O. Canfield. addres-u
Rev.  Principal  Sipprell.
No grittae* in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. i-e perfect
crystals melt quickly, imparting s
detdely piquant savour.
Notice to  Orangemen.
';93
L. 0. _. '.150
DIED.
ers ai | ���   I   :  I et al
.���:.- room at 1:38 o'clock -.
on  Saturday, February   2_nd   toi
���se  of attending  the   funeral o?:
sale are the finest cloths the world's   of Columbian college:  Rev. Professor
Hetherington,  B.A..  B D.:  Mrs.  C.   C.
Fisher and C. S. Keith.
iooms produce.
Morgans
MONTREAL  OFFICIALS
CHARGED   WITH   FRAUD
COLLIER���-* ,r=tf    WiiUam    Collier, our late brother J. L Breen.
. ....;  (0 years, at the general __-
pital. Vanoi aver, ua the 2 ���''.. la I
The deceased was the nephew of
William C '-ier and the lite John
Collier o; New Westminster. The
funeral will leave Centre &. Hanna'i
parlors. Vancouver, at 2:30 p.m. or.
Monday, February 24. Victoria papers please copy.
Sojourning   brethi   . - ::aliy
ll . ted to attend.
E. W. COOK,
Worshipful Master 1693.
J. HUMPHREY,
Worshipful Mas--:. 1150.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
B.  C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by 'he Dally News Pu:
lishing Company,
offices, corner of
streets, New Wesl
Montreal,  Peb. 21.���The    Mont
81  eel  Railway Company this evening:
accused t'ne city of robbing it by ;. .-������ -
.-   g]    i'i-        temehts of the number of men engaged in cl-anii .    a
off ii;-        ������   I. The railway oom
i- under contract with thi   i '.       , --'
half  thr-  cost  of  .now   removal   :    :..
���:.'   Btr_< ta where its I
Re James Taylor, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby gives   that   all
reditors  and  other persons    having
^::ns or demand-    against    the]
estate of James Taylor   late of For:1
OST���GOLD   NECKLACE.    WITH   -----'.������   '��   the   province   of   Br.- sn
pearl  set pendant.    Finder suit-   ''"
Condensed
Advertisements
ably  rewarded on returning same   to
News office.
of November, 19 '',. .-.:.! -:
wlll was proved in I eme cou::
o: British Columbia i    25th d
ry,   I ��� -    '.,.���  .!��� seph   M
OST ��� ENGLISH  SETTER   DOG
'    white with lemon    tipped    ear-    , i     ohn Tayloi
Limited,   at   their   tor years  has compla.ned of the e_- j Finder "kindly return to Frank Reich-   n    .   .   aie hereb)   required   I
In writing       tt   r
  ... .    signed
Sixth   and   Front
minster.  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
travagant system run  by  thi In ��� ���. jch. Columbia street.
the interests ol    itronage-se    ing Aid- 	
ermen. TT7 ANTED���BY QUK-
Thv charge was received with Indig-    ��>'      table    gentleman,
nation by the Road Committee,    and brnrd   with   private   famil
1 SS* ���
SATURDAY,  FEB. 22. 1908.
Chairman Larvlere declared tb terms
was no truth in the re;iorts. and th it   	
City Surveyor Barlow Wa ���: t i   \X7
substantiate his account-
company's   .inspectors   had   evidently
made a mistake.
W. E. J.. Dally News office.
-VNTED ��� ALL    KINDS    OF
e
I :raiture repairing  Pianos and
SCORES   KILLED   IN
NATAL MINE  EXPLOSl
INOPERATIVE.
All   the   scheming   that   Attorney-
,  neral Bowser has done in trying w
make political capital out of the Japanese question through his Nata. Act
now avails him nothing, for the Act; 	
does not need to be passed upon at      Pieterbaritzburg,  Natal
Ottawa and what is hoped for in Con-   An _XI,;0sion in a coal  mine at Gl m
servative circles i.e. that it would be   COe has buried five Europeans and ir']
disallowed by the Federal authorities,   natives,    a rescue part)  oi rive Euro-
Caief Justice  Hunter has  given  pre-   peans and 25 native.-, headed by gov-
cisely the same opinion  in his judg-   eminent inspector, descended into the
ment on the two cases before him as   mine,  wMen anothei   explosion  burii
we  have hell and  stated  again and   them.    Eight natives harje   been  res-
again during the debate on th? Natal   cued.    All the others -.re believed  to
Act when It was before the Legisla-   have been iost.
ture.  -  ,
The country, as the Chief Justice
hinted will likely be called upon to
pay for illegal arrest; at any rate
these two men have a right of action
again.--, some one. that some one is
;:. the end the Government of the
Province. It would be well for the
'-- rney-Genetal's -:e:,artment to arrange  for tutors  to  Instruct the off'-
ys,  Carnarvon
Bakery.
street,  near    Citj
onIW
ANTED���TREE PRUNING AND
Spraying.   Orders left at West
Side   Grocery.     Charges     -   ison
���L' ��� ���   -l ���  Satisfaction guarantee.:
TTTANTE1>-
* "      contrai
TREE    PRUNING    BY
act.   E. J. Fisher, g-arden-
er, Beaford House, or phone 39.
TTTANTED-
��v    fkiod   ii
STORE    1
Good   location.    A]
pally N-.--.vs.
RESPEC-   the solicitor for -      -
room    an I the 20th daj of M
State  a-, the undermenl ift<
i date thi   - toi      win
ed to distribute the as sei i of 1
. . tames Taylor. ���
rtles entitled tl having re
gard < al)  to the cla::.:-    :. .
������ ..:������.���: thej   shall  then have    hadj
��� ��� and the said exec .'���   .��� vt
-   .. i ile for the asset-, the   taifi
.. b  Taylor decea.-v .      c anj   . I
thereof so distributed to  any  pi   son
persons of  whose claims  and de
:-, they shall not then have had'
notice.
Lured itiiu 2"-;,  laj    :  February, A.,
D..  1908.
A. WHEALLER,
.-   icitor for the said J ���.- ���;..; M i;
and John Taylor. Executors.
Settlers Association of B. ���,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
FINANCIAL AGENTS
AND AUCTIONEERS
P. B. Brown and H. H. Lennie
having acquired the above busii
are now prepared to conduc: -
farm, suburban or city proper-. -
personal effects by private treat
public auction; negotiate loan., tr
gages; collect rents, and under.
the management of estates.
Note the Address :
Fales Block,     -    Columbia St,
NEW   WESTMINSTER
w. n. Draper Massage
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard  BIock.   New We��tr-tniter   *C
facial, alalp, or bod
In your own home.
For engagement rin
- .- ���
R.
1X40.
A.
Cost of Hansard.
Ottawa.   Feb.  21.���According  to    a
average   cost   of   puljliahin?  Hansa   I
debates per column    for    1907
$5.42.
FOR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORD-
wood. |5.00 a cor.i delivered.    T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia Btreet. Phone
NOTICE
i
10
i
L
\RGE
FRONT
ROOM FOR
RENT
after
Januar
.1st
Corar
r    4th
Ave
and f
:_ stree
. All
conveniences.
Discourage  Emigration.
Rome, Feb. 21.���The Italian govern-
e English tongue  ment has published further telegran -
u  well  u   ther European languages  from the ltaU&n consuls at Ne.  _
so tlia| they  may  ?.ve proper effect   and San Franc:-ro .discourag::..    :..-
-    Use Act and not make the Province   gration to America for the presenl
.- ,__:_;:  --���;���'.-:  for the world. _---_____________.
GRAND
Masquerade BALL
-AT  THE���
;
Tokens of Esteem.
On  the occasion of tae  rnneral  ol
the late Samuel Preston on Thursday
-���. afternoon,  when the body w_.u borne
T_.   great   ev-r-auhaeription     for  to its last resting place i>>:)ucurge \s.
5'    ��� ������        of New York City f-. per   Lever, W. R. Gilley, George W. 3mitn,
'-x>-ds  Indicates rhat  mor..y  Is   A.  Dean.  J.  H. Doherty  and    F.     P.
Maxwell,  all  old  friends of the    decease- and one time residents of Oa!:
V_.-_._ wi!: :;s_e 5000 copies of .1
te-crlptihr. booklet   Everybody is ad-
��� -' -:.-��� except New Westmin-ter.
���   v
le for some purpose
Eagles' Hall
��� ON ���
FRIDAY, February 28
Admission $1.00 Ladies Free.
Tickets to be bad  at   Ryall's Dr:?
Platton are surprised to Srui  pich   Bay, Nova Scotia, the following floral  Store.
-  -'   ' imate here in New West-   tributes   were   laid  on   the  co��f:a   by
-----     md are free to say tha:   we   sorrowing trends and relaiiy_s: Gat?.'
���  -  '  -���   It iDBOwn to the peoples   aiar- wi-e and children;  anchor.-, -Ir.'
���    tha frozen zone. and Mre   W. R.  Qlliey,  Mr. and  Mvs.;
 _ Robert   Preston and  family;,  cros.es, [
The ci-iz-_s  are mor* anxio-.r    to' iIr- aacl iIr��- E- Stride, H Purvis, SL!
ibout the safety ol the Coqi;:'.-   Porvi-,  E. Oickinsou;  wreaths, Court;
lam  dam, since  those  who wer-   ra-l Bre_side. I. O. F. I \'aocuuver,. B. C),
b ���   .-. eon-traction
���*n washing out for
y-ars.
A V:c:or:a lady woa the $250 Urn-
. prixe offered by the Upton Tea
'ay.  in competition
Cana .' ���   .-.   :.  ������- what Vancouver
will have to say to this,
If    nl :... irary could onl] prlnl
��� .-��� -....-'.' ol Its paper in the language
used by one well known citizen writing to another and published on their
front page how much more interesting
anrl intelligible it would be.
Mr. and Mrs. McGillivray and family
(V  -couver),  Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.   Dunn
tVancouver), Mr. and .Y���.. E. (fiilley,
A.  C-appeU,    Mr.    ani   Mrs.  George
ims;  sprays. Mr. an! .\lr.-u. T   Dlns-
���    ' Vancouver).  Mr.   and  Mr-   T.
mgfcout    '     too* ^Vancouver),  Mr. and Mrs.
;.::..ild. Mrs. G. Davy, Mrs. r;re.
gor.., Mr. and Mrs. A.  J.   Stercer, Mr.
! .-.   VV.  Brenchley and    tai   ly,
d i Mrs, Gi orge Mead, M . rtle E.,
\'.' b.  Vernon  Kaynard and Ml   . Gre-
goi>.  Mrs.  Dean and   Mrs,   I,    I lley,
Mr    lad   Mrs.   |;.   Gregory.   Mr,   .mil
Mrs   W.   E.   Dunlop;     flour.:-.
Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pri   ������
IN   MEMORIAM.
ALLIED  SOCIETIES  HEAR
INTERESTING  ADDRESSES
riRNER��� ln    loving    memory    ot
The first annua] banquet of the M"I'.V Turner, nnither of Mr.-. VV T.
young ladies' bible class and the! Cooksley, of Burton on Trent. Ex*-
Men's Own of Queen's avenue Metho- iaud whu passed to rest in ihis cuy,
dist   church   was   held   last   night  in   |,'eK-_o_y  ���>;;   irm'j
.the lecture room of the church, and	
proved a most pronounced success.
Long banqueting tables lined the hall.
which was prettily decorated wltti
bunting and flags of many nations. A
toothsome repast was served and the
somewhat lengthy program then taken
up, Rev. W, H. Barraclough, B. A.,
pastor of the church, in the chair. The
hall with th? long    rows    of
Masquerade Suits
Also- Dress Suits
POR   HIRE
At All Times
AT THE
EMPIRE Tailor Shop
COLOMBIA   STR��ET
();������ '��-!:.-   S'    Peter's   Roman  Cath
i.hurch.
HAMS at
18C P" lb
THE   .
Central Meat Market
Co���ier Eigh_l St. and    Tifth Avenue:
PHONE  370.
BOWEL'- A ODDY, Proprietors.
Citizens oi New \\----:.   .-
Gentlemen.���I  beg  to
It is very necessary tha-. all backyards and premises should b. properly'
cleaned and made sanitary.   From the
reports I have had from the Sanitary,
Inspector, and from wa.    I have wit-
nessed with my ow-n ey^^. there are!
numerous  places   along  the   different,
streets that have got to be cleaned up'
within a very shir- space of time.
I might particuiarly :i;e!;-:->u tnat.
the lower part of Carnarvon street, be-i
tween Eighth and Tenth streets, and |
also Alexander and Blackie streets are)
��� in a most unsanitary condition, as well
as  many  back-yards  in the  principal j
part of the  city   behind   the  business i
apartments.    It  is quite  unnecessary ���
for me to mention any names, but all.
you  have to  do Is  loo-  iu your  own
;.-3rds  and  you  can  tell at a glance
whether they are sanitary or not. This
work must be done before the 15th of.
March. 1908, or I shall be obliged to
take the necessary steps to see that ���
the work Ls done satisfactory So the;
Sanitairy Inspector,
I trust that this notice will be accepted without any prejudice, as any '
broad-mindfid citizen knows that    the;
population   of   the   citv   has    been
steadily increasing in the last tw-o or1
, three years, and if we want this good
success to continue-, we- want to Bhow
the  new-comer this city  in    a    good, i
jlean. sanitary condition,    ar. i    avoid
criticism.
Tours truly.
(Signed) E. J, FADER,
Chairman Health Committee.
New Westminster, Feb  12th 1908.
ACRES.    Four acres cleareri.   Between
thia city and Burnaby lake.   5: lendid
fruit lard.   Adjoining land ;,.- held it
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Yery easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
************************���*>*******
| R^eicnenbacn
! COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
BUTCHERS
' COLUMBIA
STREET
Tuesday, Feb. 25th
U. D.  Newell  presents
ERIN'S  SWEETEST   blNGER.
BERNARD   DALY
The only Buccenor to W. J. Seaman
In a Mammoth Induction of
Joseph'3 Murphy's   Famous  Play.
Phone 101
(NOTICE.
J. HENLEY  "KERRY GOW"
Knights of Pythias, Attention !
The members of (Jranite and Royal |
lodges, K. of P., are requested to meet i
in Castle hall on Sunday. February __,:
tables   at ' 1'-m" for llle I,url'ose of proceed-1
i,d,���   with   ,-h,.i��-,.   viand., the white  ing b-v 81,ecial car t0 Vancouver,    to
attend    divine   service    at    Prince-ss
Manufacturer o(
Phone 101
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COAL! COAL!
dresses of the ladies combined to
make a bright and animated scene.
Smith's orchestra furnished the Instrumental music of the evening ln-
Methodist church.    Visiting brethren
welcome.
By order, Secretary of Committee.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade ��� Specialty.
Tel, 113. Office. Eighth  .treat
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B    C.
The  Great  Forge   and   Race  Scenes, |
Most Realistic Scenes Ever Produc-'
ed    on    the    Stage���Thoroughbred j
Horses and  a Flock of Wonderful
Trained Carrier Pigeons
Hear    Daly    sing   his   popular  Iriift
Ballads.
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   3-45
'Fhoi(
105.
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c, sn-i $1.C0,
Seats now on sale.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WEST THE  BAllrtf   NEW-.
page rrv*
fhe|Cash Stores
������_���_!
>�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
.'. NEW . \
Spring Costumes
ROLLING
In at Every
Train
Arrival
Oui Cloak and Suit Department  has been .1 scene ol excitemeni
.  day.   We buy all rif these fine tailored  garments dlr-
::i manufacturers and so doing save middleman's profit. Score.
fashionable dressed ladles vlsll this dept. every day and
a home w-ith one if our new  Spring    Suits.    These   are
actory ln style, fit and quality.
China Silk Waists* $1.75
Waists of china Silk.   These come in cream anrl white
.:���':  neat pin tucked front and  cuff.    Others  made of panels
ot silk embroidery and Val lace Insertion, all sizes,  $3.00 and   $U.50
lvalues, fo:-   $1-75
I 01; lines In Wrappers, Kimonas, aud Blouses. These come in neal
Stripes and pretty flowered designs. Brown. Dark Cray, Navy and
Red.  Values to ?li.-5, for    95c
Leather Belts, 50c and 75c
Shipment has just arrived for spring. We are showing these in
wide and narrow width, with neat back buckle. A complete range of
shades, extra good values at  50c and 75c
1000 j arils German Val laces at 10c
One to font- inches wide with insertion to match. A quick selling
Price,   15c and _0c values, for 10c  yard
Staples at Less
M inch Table Damask    37/2c
330 yards half bleached Irish make,   every   thread   linen,  nice range,
bordered designs,  regular  50c values   for    37'/_c
36in. Flannelette, 121 c
WOO real English Flanelette, in plain  white,  light and dark  stripes,
������� soft finish and well napped, regular 15c value for  1-l_c
low.
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T. H. SMITH
- -..-J.fciL-ffifc-iOt*___J____ft>.
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g-Roomed Cottage
Sam 18x24.   Lot cultivated and fenced.
Near the car line.
Price, $1,200.
Half cash; balance monthly payments.
Immediate possession.
i
P- PEEBLES ��
.eal
1270 r Estate
L!t       St      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
[      ***���*�����������������������������������������< **+++++******************-,
IN THE NEWS
-        ��� i34 Campbell av .���
11 "    x has been selected M
1,11 ised   by the retire-
'��� ''���  G. Walker, municipal clerk
ii:- duties will commence
''���'' Marcl ' Beventy-one applications
"'���"' '        re *1ved for the position.
thr   . -.. ling distributors, the
"B. C." cigar. �����
cts    ii   sermons   to   be
preache I  it olivet  Baptist church on
Sundaj   ire:    Morning, "Some Cha--
Lerl ()r the Apostolic Church";
e\r ning    Law or Love." The Rev. Dr.
:: '-- ICCUPJ   thi    pulpit   r.n     1)0* 1
asio
a Indow for specials torla-..
>'    Hi .   store, George  Adams,
Prop *��
Work ..      ihortly be commenced on
d   .   e trai king oi the I!  C, E. R.
���������   ;. Centi i] l'\��� and Ci lar Cot-
..- ���- !.". al Man igi r McQuarrie.
will  complete  the double track
for ha - thi  distance between here and
Vancou
Dr. T. ll. Levey, Dentist, has moved
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite thi post office.
���   powerful.   Her engine,
iii-   Scliaake   machine
in   tliis  city,  and     have
Ition;  the toilers    have
' just been   completed   at   thr-   v
oil<       ' Tin- Sheens has, until,
now. been served -j    ~   snag  scov
which  has  proved altogether    inade-
Brown's. WOr ,  &qj*e in the strengthenm:;    .uate   for   thr'   work   required,   whlcD
of tl:      ��� icons along the river and tlie   necessitates frequent lengthy  voyages
keej     .���   of  them  ln  repair.    A  week   in  ixugb  waters.    The scow  will    be
ago the  Samson  was  sent down  the   taken to the Mass river, where its .-������
norti.   .:,_  to fix one of these which i vices aie required.    The new  ves
will. I     . ,,-:, liave to i.e strengthened   win remain here until the opening 'if
hi" \< ��� navigation on the Skeena in April.
Chapman's billiard and  pool room;      An afternoon tea. under the auspice.
fines;   ia  western Canada.    Imported of   the Women's   Auxiliary   of   Holy;
cigar.-   cigarettes and tobacco.   Dom-  Trinity cathedral will be held at the;
inion Trust block. *���   residence   of   Mrs.   T.   S    Annandale, |
Fourth street, on Wednesday.   A spe-
Ai
next   meeting  of  the    city
council a letter will be received from
cial  attraction will   be  Madam   Gon
zales, the celebrated    gypsy    fortun?
tfller. *���
the - : Burnaby municipality ask
ing     ii Eighth street, between Eighth
ave:      _nd Tenth avenue, be widened j    J. h. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and
and     .-   In  first  class  shape, as    its  b. C. land surveyor, has opened an of- j
l,IV condition   greatly   Ineonveni- flee in the Guichon block. Phone 338. ���
end- settlers.
K. Nassui, a Japanese, was brought
Fl     hundred dollars cash and bal-ito the asylum    yesterday    afternoon
ani'- ol $700 in small payments buy., from Vancouver, and i.s now in the
a comfortable home and 66-foot lot, rare of Dr. Doherty. NaBsui's malady
close In This will be business pro- is not of the ferocious type and h9
pert., within a year or two, and is a attempted no violent acts, n is sin-
flrsl lass investment, a <'nance to I ply t'he resull of over indulgence In
rloii . your money in quick time, the strong liquors of the white man,
White Shiles & Co., .60 Columbia having been placed under arrest yeast-eel ����   terday for making himself a nuisance
in a Vancouver bar.   After submitting
Pickwickian Mock Trial
Tuesday Ev'g, Feb. 25th
���IN-
LECTURE ROOM OF ST. PAUL'S
R. E. CHURCH
All  kin Is of  poi   plants
ind    cut;
flowers;    shrubs
phone 1S4.
to medical tests, he was ordered    to
-���
All defenders of the empire who
took pari in tlie South African campaign are requested to attend the
meeting to be held at Abbott it Hyde's
office. Columbia street, at 8 o'clock;
this evening, when matters of Interest to the South African veterans
will be up for discussion,
Chapman's billiard and pool room
nr -r i .1. with eight 100I tables and
two  .-..   i.a.iiM taoies,   Dom.ruon
... queen's avenue Methodist church
tomorrow the Rev. w. H. Barraclough
will take for his subjects, morning:
"We Two"; evening, "Enduring to the
End,'' an address prepurlifl more particularly for young converts. Sunday
schotd and Bible classes will be held
as usual at half past two o'clock.
A favorite of the elite smokers, the
"Uriiliante" cigar. **
The rugby game announced for this
afternoon  between a  fdcked  Vancou-
! ver  eleven  and  the  city   team,    has
i been cancelled, tS. management   of
; tbe  Vancouver team having failed to
gather together the n-cesaary aggregation.
House of five rooms on 66 by 13J
foot lot, good location; less than half
block from street car; only $1200,
terms.   Abbot & Hyde. *-'
Thr- Dominion department of public
works has under construction at it3
wharf a new pile driver scow for work
on the river. The Hustler has been
kept busy to meet the demand for its
services and the probability is that !t
will find plenty of work before It in
the construction of foundations for a
numb-r of new wharves this coming
summer.    There is  also considerable
for    lawns.    Tidy,
������ I the asylum, being brought here by a
city constable and a Japanese assist-
Al a recent meeting of the iboard of] ant.
man gers of Queen.-'  avenue  Methodist church the following seven mem-.     K,,r r"1 flowers, nouqnets   or runners were elected congi -gational rep- f_al *���?��?��� telephone T-  Davles&
resentatlves, their    terms    of   officii
commencing on the day of their election:    11. M. Marshall. J. 'C. Loree, .M.
W. Grant,    Henry    Bennett, William
Wi son, Samuel Bowell, E. Saunderi.
Son, B. 208.
Under   auspices   of   The   Working
Bible Class.
Commencing at 8 o'clock.
Entrance���Adults.  25c:   Children,  15c.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
THIS
WEEK
See the new ties  in J.  E.  Brown's
window. **
The suction dredge King Edward
will in all probability be seut down
the North Arm in the course of a few
days to clear out the channel at tlie
request of the mill men of the city.
The dredge will only require two or
three days to complete the work on
which it is now engaged, the filling in
of the low lying lots in the west end
of the city.
See the specials displayed in our
window today. George Adams, Public Supply store. **
Mabel Wallace, a member of the
demi-monde, was for the second time
removed from a Chinese opium den
yesterday morning. She was given
until eleven o'clock to leave town by I!
the magistrate, but Immediately returned to the old haunts, from which
she was again ejected. Should s"ie
be found in the city now, she will have
to serve thirty days in gaol.
The regular meeting of the local W.
C. T. U. wlll be held In Queen's avenue Epworth league parlor, Monday
next, February 24, at 3 p.m. A special
feature of the program will be the
commemoration of the anniversary of
Miss Frances W'Ulard's "Home-Going.'
Honorary members will be welcome. *
C. A. Sutherland, news editor of
the Nanaimo Free Press, finding local
ropy scarce ou Wednesday afternoon
slipped away from his desk and provided material for a front page story |
��� by getting married tn Miss Mabel
S'look, of Commercial Btreet. The I'.i ���
cific Coast Newspaper Writers' assn-
ciatlon wiil shortly commence an in
vsiigatiou to try and discover ho-v
Mr. Sutherland managed to court .'
girl and hold his job at the same
rme.
: 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.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,  B. C.
Phone 92.
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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 ��s
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.
FROM 15c per bottle and upwards
according to size
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YOU MAY DIE
We are pushing Hair Brushes.
We have splendid values iu solid
back French Bruslies, ranging in
prices from :!���"> cents to $4.00 each.
They are on display in our show-
window. We have another bin.
stock ordered and are anxious to
reduce our present stock. Besides
Hair Brushes We have an endless1
variety of Tooth, Hand, Cloui,
_ather and Bath Brushes, all
good values. New Seeds now to
hand.
The  "Auto" cigar
favorite smoke.
is  Decoiiiinii
a I
The new snag boat, built by the
government last fall for work on the
Skeena river, was brought up to tli.
iinvernment wharf yesterday to receive boilers and hoisting gear. The
\essel Is of similar type to the Sam-
Tert for Visual Aetttene-fi
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W. GIFFORD, Optician, Columbia   St.
I Mrs. Moore and Campbell
/^i ||^TI^9 !|I>S t0 announce the
111 Wm   1  I  m. opening   of   their
U)l\ 11J    1 Millinery Parlors
Drug, Spectacle. Seed Store j    DurinLMarch
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
of the Optical Department
Bank   of   Commerce   Building,
opposite the Post Office.
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
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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COLLEGE LADS EAGER
FOR BIG SPORT EVENT
Rugby Game at Victoria
Next Saturday -Main Topic
Among Athletes.
 u   . .-v.- Columjiau
.   - y   SOcle .       1-J        hlgi.1
w..;  at   .. ��� ������ ���  ���-   ;t ll B   -
��� ni       ������ -������        ������ "'��� followed ���������
gau ���  j rovlded thj
evening : < njoj ment
N, x'. , ;. .....   then   wil]   Le  tor l ���
first time In a month, another of the
open ��� --���  Bl :..'��� gym, when   thy
promising athletes of the school wi i
engagi in races, games and various
other conti sts.
The latest program of the meetings
of the College Engineering society-
reads as follows: February 14, M. I-
Smith on "Coking and Coke Ovens ;
r.: rmary 21, W. Cameron ��ii "Systema
of interior W'inng"; February 28, Mr.
Fitzgerald on -Swing and Lift
Bridges"; March 6, Mr, Kilmer on
"Water Supplies to Cities."
The great event which is absorbing
all the attention ol tne si idents an 1
faculty   nt  Columbian  is  the  coming
i igby  game at Victoria, on the 29th
o. this month.   This noon a regu-
:. ��� -.   ��� '    i-iij   i   dayed with the city
teai       .hii      fail   I     i   complete   Us
S   .i.e at Vancon-
.- ..  an I   il  is  improbable  that    tlie
easy  cinch   of Wednesday    will    be
aga n offered to tb  1   ivn team by the
e aolars     The following are the college players:    Prof. Burwash, Fitzgerald, \V. Mowat. .1. Houle, G. Cameron
Ferguson,    H.   Betts,   li.   Rugg,    J..
11 . .:.. y.   Al ickay,    H.  Watson,    Mc-
... . ..:���. \'.'. Myers, Williscroft, Prouty,
C  Wats  :.. P Tumi; an i B. Teague.
Before   I       -   .   .   .-. sociatlon  foot-
l' 11 r  : ii   si Moody square today the
lay the city
!       .. liege line-up will be-
G I. Betts; full    acks, Myers and
-   Prouty,   Poun'..
:'.   I ��� forwards,  P. Turner.   \
Ki :.::;.. C   Sm th, J   Mac-Arthur and   I".
Drainev.
A Household Comfort
In the kitchen a few spoonsfuls of
"BOVRIL" mean time and fuel saved. A
little "BOVRIL" mixed with hot water and
seasoned to taste makes an appetising and
nutritious Soup.
A few "BOVRIL" sandwiches add to
the variety of a dainty afternoon tea. Added to Gravies, Sauces, Fricassees, etc.,
"BOVRIL" greatly increases tiieir payability and nutritive value.
McQUARRIE   &   CQ
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents     Financial Agents!
FRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
n
up��
OUR OBJECT
Two matters receive our spe ial attention���saving deposits and
Western interests. The one aids the other���every dollar deposited
with us is at once set to work to promote some phase of Western
prosperity.
Interest at highest rates paid four times a year.
��� NORTHERN BANK
��� Capital   Paid   Up,  $1,200,000-
Rest  and   Undivided   Profits. $116,000
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
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NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 18.
16, 17. 18, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71. 7.'. 7:;. 74
and 77 i f subdivision 3, in suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
rj rocim house on Hamiiton street.
all modern improvements- One lot
from car line; iot 50xli!2- Price $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
is room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street.
Sai perton. Price $2700. |1000 cash,
balance on time.
160 acre.-   ���   -   :1? for new railwa-v.      Full
Township 4   Sec. 11; all bottom land,   of   :
under gi iss   -      i  ;e for dairy farm;   ave:. ..
10   acrr-H  under-drained,     ditched   aft   $400;   fa . |
round and fenced around and through       4   ^._
centre;        r   im house;    barn  4"x7T.,
sufficient   :��� '   -: '"  !i''���' '���  ot
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house. Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
ACRES  about  two   miies   from
13th strei      ;
2 HOUSES
Sappert a; 5
shed and 4 ror
shed.   $1000 each,
ance easy.
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Children's Wear
Befoi I --inning to make t'ne Misses' and Children's Dresses.
Skirts, etc.. fnr summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We are sure you will be convinced that it is much
er to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We will I ������ pleased to show you everything.
Clj.rian-.an's Case Adjourned.
21.���Ung Wing, tbe
1 bin .   an nov  .n custody "n a ch irg ���
'  -'���     -.:.-      -   ���      .  :.-"'.. innie up
:ce court today, charged with
tten The    prosecution
���". - -      n with the case, but
'���'       -,  ���-.  who appeared    for    Ung
- - ; ������ :: :;���!.-::    till M"n-
cay.  In  ordei   -hat  he  may have    an
��� ���-��� are his case. The
n  -    ..-   1 .-.djournment till tomor-
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
h itel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bear-
in-- fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn. 5-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram:
all fenced. Price $3500 . Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
owing, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66-M2 ft., S. Vj of S. lane at   |
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price   .
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and   ;
Thirteenth street 83x132 only JV,MI   a
splendid investment. ��.
Lot 20, block B facing English ;,l
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon [j;
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of wa> about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
lo acres roughly cleared and fenced; I
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too '. 1x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 ani
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16;
chicken houses, each    lnx!2;     wagon
77.58 AC]
ploughed an ! i
160  ACRES  about  two   nines   irom   E   ^ Sfcc,   B    %r .
Aldergrove  station,   30   acres   cleared   cash| 0L,
and partly  fenced,  good  house,  bam   months
and stable.    Price $16 per acre;  $1760
cash, balance to be arrange 1
lai ACRES, Bloc- 9, Lot No. 2. Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2 1/OTS. 132x132. N.-W. corner of
10th Street ani St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between    5th and
7 LOTS.  120x52
4 lots  clean I
house, 175 chlckei
price $1500, $11
6  ACRES  go- :
��� Lot   16,  corner
and   Brut,' tti
roomed   hou- ;
kitchen and thn
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6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;   conserv.:
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for   heated by pip,
both, half cash, balance easy
Block, corner of Auckland 8 llth Si. and Royal km, almost an acre.
$2,500
15   bearing  fr.
stock ready to ;
5 acres cleared, lij
maining  acre;
from school,
bal. in 6 montr,
���-���'. its
:;r|
. enf
l   Loi   -    .  i
$800   cash.
;-.
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3 LOTS.    ". ���; _
cleareii.  ippei
tween 1st and 2n . S
each.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
S-iO per acre
Two lots on 18th street, be-
tween 7th and Sth avenues.
: houses corner of
4 LOI S
Oth A\- n ..   on -
'37 & 38, full Bizi :
four, or $300 each;
Merrival    and
tw0  Agnes;   full sized lot;    city block 31,1     r> ,..  ..    tenemi
Iot 11;    one house rents for $25, the _st and 2nd St.;  1 S
other $lrv.   flush  eloaets  and  all con- cush __,.!_ ���.,,.; half 1
shed  20x304 small mill: house,  small  nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500. Rents '      ���     ���
65 bearing  Cash $2,1     balance In  6, 12  and  IS
well   Price  months at 7 %. 4"'-" :   -   - - "   ' .  II
of Tn. 2. about 3 miles tr
$6000;   $2000 cash,  balance easily ar-      Ixns   ]4   aC(i   15 0f   1  of 6    of     4   HawQrth  road, Sum ��� ��� lit
:-anged at 7 per cent. 1 (cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2  li. storey house. 3 roi as I    >.:.
Full  sized  lot on Third  street,  be-'cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.  ��tn_r 3 can be added
shacri;   1V4   acres  1 eared       leed)
tween Royal and Queens avenue east |    -^ u ._ Snerbrook street of H of wjth clover, red; I
-��� ��ew house;  $1400. L  c]eare(1     price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-  One   mile  from   sh::..
*\"1 200'     tfrms   t S
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 eacb.   ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at 7 r~;
outside city limits
particulars
orchard, all**inds of fruit
fruit trees;  natural spring
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Tahi   notir     thai   a] un    iias
been    made   10    regi ���'���       Hem..    T.
'   .-..-      ���   ��� r in :��� ��� pie, an-
���-���       '.    -        . ���     from E . .:. ���
nr;   T   ',...       bearing]
e the lltl - ad.
t all and sins
:-��� -
- '���   '���       Ing and being ���   .lis.
N'<   ���   West]    :.-���- tlie
���  :.  ��� B ColUI
BOW]        ..   d  -
ts 10 to 14 ii
8 7 to 12 7 to 20 ii
..
.   ������:    f section 11   lownsb
You  .:.   ���     1 ol        are 1 -
1 -���   -.he  claim  of thi     tax
��� -��� r within forty-fii    da - I    -
t the Icatlon of   th -
notice, I   aba
-.- :.:;��� T Thrifi as 1 wnei thereol in
'���* And I herr lin ct that public i-
tion :��� . "-.��� mi./'.. in a daily n �� -
. : ��� ��� ... .. bed at New Westminste
will be good and sufficient Bervice
thi reol an I by mailing one copy to
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Qulney, Wash.
Dated al the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province ol British
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Catherini Gerbrlcb, now Catherine
Kirby.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in All Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
i
} Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE.. 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD.
FRUIT OF -ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
3, cleared.
ice,
Six lots, 50x150,
$60  each   lot.     Fuller
enquiry.
Westerly 4. 11 of -
L>n  132x132  corner 1"    '���
t xi I
-
houses drawing $28   ���
$5,000, half cash, ba
months.
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$6,000, easy terms.
27'. acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear:
new house, It. storey, 5 rooms;
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only '._ mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and duoks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmauding
situation; Third avenue, at font of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Te��u rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
$1,600 cash,  balance arranged. lu*-bia street, Sapperl
160 acres on the Scott road. 15 acres  at J^ each.
160 S.E.  U of Seel
10 acres,partly clear' I
running through;  g
north   of   Webster's corner:
mill and P O. at the ���
ber worth $7 per a re; ce4s:
I  miles    from    P   I
$2,100:  terms $1,100
ranged.
uufl
i'i
Large  lot and  two 0 tl iga
tlreii
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
All persons served with this notir-e,
and those claiming through or under
them and all person* claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
pr rsons claiming any interest in the
said land by descout, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall lie for-
ever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "1-ind Registry Act."
tr       ADVERTISE       ���*-
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
jjen   splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commiir,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. SI to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch.
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 17.") choice
chickens;  horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
'-al-ince 6 months at 7 per cen^.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage ls selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed  House,  with   bath
M-.K:
One aEd one-half storey - --��,!
full   size   lot,  situated north
Royal avenue and corner 0
street;  9 rooms;  bath roon
cold  water, closet;   ��    -r'
bearig   fruit trees;   strei _
sides;   fine  view.    Price $
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St.       ���
and 3rd Ave., second lot froi  9   :
Ave.;    52x122 feet; al! clean
alongside  and  back.     Price
half casb, balance easj at "
150 acres Improve I    :��� ������
and sheds complete, near C-
all  under cultivation, $15.00C.
can   handle   this, don't  a-t��J
bargain; terms can be arrange!
CTTor   the   above  f   I
special price will be
chaser.
tth    St, '���"���'���r''
2 single and l ^
���'
House  30x42
'and f'th Ave
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city f(>r sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos, at 7
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath! bedrooms    upstairs,    and !��������
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St. I _owc 8t_irs; parlor, dining 'vr ]
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance | chen and _a-trv.   Full siz�� - ��� J
3 and 6 months at 7 %. : ning ^.^ t_ Art st.   price U- I
No.   310.���9-roomed   House 'and   balh i $1,500 cash, balance at $'l(Kl '>'
room,   Agnes   St.   $3,000;   %   cash,  at 7 per cent.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
park-   and   Emory  street,   comprising'' No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath
jin all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on      room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   i_
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- '     cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 </,.
ner  lot   facing  Fourth    avenue    an I j     160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
Phone 132 j Kirst street, held at $1000); two lots i acres  under  cultivation,  10  acres or
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600 j chard,   %
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4_ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333  j
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Three ful sized lots on !������ ...
north side between First una ��
streets,  Ne.  5,  6 and 7.   rT.l
each or $1100 for the three.
,     < a. c' H'8-1
Full sized lot, north siae
ilton street between Sixth and
streets; $22-5.
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Mara   roa
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lance :
*.-*���<
acre   strawberries   planted
per   lot;   four  lots,   52   1-2x85,   $450; I this year; alder bottom land; running
I five lots, $400.    Call at our olfice on   spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
Front street and inspect plans. x  32;   14-post   frame house   and   cow
. ,, stables, three In all, stable 8 cows nnd
House    full   sized   lot,  on   Keary L -_ ���QrM8 ,-j��l<m Station;
street   Sapperton.   rents for  $10  per L^       churchea    _ear
month.    Only $1,050. '   . ,     ,   .   ,
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
10 acres in sec. 32.   Timber, fir, ce- j acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads,  logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen',..,', sizert , .,    .
house made of hewed timber Laid in, Caeh, bal. 6, 12 and 18 mon.r
mortar. 12 x 30.    a chance of a life- -.     . n !-��� ''U
rime. $9,000; $4,000 cash, talrnr-e at 6  ��� 1 'iB "i1 Uv   ig     $350/jf1
bun.  in, b. tun. '"��� . f ���%,
D'f c��nt.  ,cwh( b6la_ce 6 months st
28  acres  on
$160 an acre   FOR
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,
and 2 yearn at 7 %��� _
NO, 24  on U**jS|
price *2<*>     '
1 lot
side cf 4th avenue
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$2.0, 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
M50. eseh.   Single lots at cash.
Block  12 on 12th St
price
ea?t
ride:
$2,400. on'
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THE DAILY J
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to contest tin   ' a n of t__  tax ; .-.
chaser wlti ... ' r:   five day? fror..
date of the &      .     ���; cation of th -
- *  notice   span  you.    otherwise  1   shafi
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t-Ksreo. ta let     And l her-
that ;.'.. ..'      ���;.' this notice for mm
��nf"  moat-   - :.- rsptapi -  , .
ed at Nea  "'. sti: will be - ���
[denes   anj SLa .. -        ___:������
-   IS Datr  .    ���-   ' .- Rl gtstl.   Ofl M
ace of Brit-
be ��o; ui ��     29th day of Aiu  st,
a  r  -   '
2   B    1 B31
Distr   '   :.-.;.  ���
'.as, Esq.
-r ���--:.:.: \_.iv_y Co.
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or up-j A   WHEALLER       ARRIS       .    SO-
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duties by   -
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width '      eside, H   L. Edmon i-
th_
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[en e   duties   in   ac-
ove while living
.-.��������� rming land own-
tify  the .. -
. Inten
:. writing must
-   ner of Do-
a. of intention
..   W, CORY,
ter of the Interior.
;  publication ol
11   not   be  paid
M.RTIN    WEART   &   McQUARRIE
rs, etc. unices,
New A ...      Blk, corner
..- , .    struts. Vancou-
- 21, 24, ;;;��� Gran I li street,
K  i-   ,1. w  V' earl   V>"
,   Mi )   u     .  H. A.    Bourne.      Mr.
���   in    the    Wei
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:~oria r: . 1 c
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1:30       ������
a. ly.
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F  -- SEATTLE    ROUTE.
: SSI   Beatrice,.
. ���  ; ��� r.. m. flail    i >.
es Seattle   i    I a
... Dday.
ex
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WEST   COAST   RO."E
S S   Tees
��� .. 1st ai
: Mosqui-
way ports 7th oi each
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: ���     -    tt and way ports
/ANCOUVE. NANAIMO ROUTE.
a. S ..can
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tce'pt S       ���       Friday a      S
...    Leaves Nanaimo at
UP RH : .
:..     ca���
From  N   W. Tu., Th.. Sat.. 8 a.m.
Prom C::vk. Sum, Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
-OVA ER   FRASER    RIVER
S. S. Transfer.
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iter J esday, Wed    sdaj.
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Sa       ... .��� ���       .......   ai
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N    ;THERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
.   , . I p.m., 1st and lath:
....     iver    at    S    .-���   m..  8nd
GILLETTS
absolutely PURE
CREAM
TARTAR.
We_r. t,l /���nn.-fc Ir itut lint a" 0M
I  '  '.-      ;,.', *'f ndulttir-itt0c ana it
��� ���    ../. ���'   '.'. use.
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I ion ( .....
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Che form oi oo_
" All ri'.'... . >   Jahon re
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shs
*.. es as art <rr,r rs   ���
renl tor competejrt wo '������:? ���
ihe district in which i1 i    - -���
ing pertormed, awt, if v. ��� ���
ral -.'���'��� ���:     ' ���      ���
and rr-as.-'Tirihle rate: ar,.:.
: islng as to - ha
current or a fair and ro-rsona
i1 sha :i-rmiried bj  the Oow
dedston sh-ali be firis'
r��m����t is subjed   to
. .   ���-     ,m   in   force   or  r' 1
a! an;    time   hereafter   be
Id   A
���   on  the of tl     Com   force flnr!  s  tht  construction ol
mile wr->i   W��� |_e _, ���,-; j contrseted for. ma.le un
tnd   15th  of  each   month,   cailing  a.   ... ,        . . ...;lo m
v. firs; trip and Bel a Cools   .   d oj
i ���
Big
missi .
"f -��� -           ���'" tn     .    ���    uithorfty ot th. Dehart-��_1 of
terc        -.. .,.,.,.   mtl<   | .       ���     which are, or shall be t
97.7,        sfe_a��   of a -    .: miles       ;,         > such worka." (The sch-e
(.    District 'A*���F ., |    ���.-,:                        , ml  wages  doierniir.<\, upon
sigi    ed on   thr -   ���;'    the  Com      .....           -.ment will rotta part ol
mlsi oners   al or s i    sslng   the conl
of   '                .... ...                     "-Tho ,,.-;   ,-tor sh_ll in c-miv .
Vra       ntinental ra. i   nrlth thi               : the said worl,.   at
Mi acton ;.  thr ..   iqur            fat as            .       i se only mab
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cm which ���
The ::��� . ���     ���
.-in record.    'E\, i
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���- .���*"iton and COUfidl Bl     ������  ���    : th.
- >��� ill continue a*   [_
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ide 1 .'.,....������-.
v
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:..     ltd      iteriails o_
....    ...'..':���
reon and other fish, and
ij the whaling Indus!
Encouraging   Conditions
��� ��� a< nt tta  ��������� ... ���-.. . ���:,    ' .  had
... ..  thi   :...,������   with a   . .  .
....     [_*y, howen     wer. m
o put before th -     .   .
 a - *a     . - ...   mere
financial coudltton    of Hir5    |     -
G, uKoc c. makTi.v. Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon  block, Colum
-,. and MeK-:i7.ie streets. New West
minster, B. n
ti, MYEKa liRAY, Barrlsr��r, Solicitor
and Notary Public. i�� iractlce since
1891 at New Westmln-tpr nr".
B es removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son Btreet, opposite Co-art House.
P.O. Box IM.   Telephone 61.
w
F.  HANSFORD.    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     and      McKenzie
streets. New- Westminster. B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
di    tioatlon has
M.   W.   Min-
|'-    ��� ������ .-imple,
I*' from the mayor
(l ty of New West-
��� ' .    Minthorne, bearing
y of February, A.D.  board c' trade
}��� ��� - ngular that certain
md and premises
Ing   in   the  city
|v' in the province
la, mor,. particularly
a-.    Subdivision
V thi   middle acre of
south hal   of tiie south  half of
I' ������     ��� '. ck 12, map',566.
P of you are required to
f'"':' of the tax purchaser
Un forty-five  days  from  the date
l" tlon of this notiee,
r' glster M. W. Min-
\',w Westmin
ster Board of Trade ���.-..���et~ in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesdij      of     i' ���'���     May,'
\ ig isi   in i   Novembei    at 8  p. ra.
Annual   meetings   on   the   second;
Wednesday    of     February.      New i
members    m iy    be   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
in s
RIVERS  INLET. VAN  ANDA.  LUND.
ETC.
S   S. Queen City.
Vid  :,:. i v p.m. every ^ ��� dn s
from Vancouver   10   a.m. ever,.'
Of-   Thursday.   Returning arrives at ^ ��������� ������
....   - .....    afternoon;  at Victoria
Mon I ���   n ornlng  via Ladysmith
V-ICTCRIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 am
rl, s Nanaimo 4 ;> ���.
1.. aves  Nanaimo Saturday  2 p
arrives Victoria 9 p   m.
machlne es and rolling  u"      ���      ���' ���    ��� ��� ��� ��� ���
'-:..,.,  .. .,.,-,, or produce,    to   provinci   he I       :.      would bi     id
I     District  a'   From   a   po'.ni le   Canada i   ivld d the same can be ob   muted      -    2   the
I on the plans Commia   t^r.,-,,^ a.; cheaply, and upon as good   pre  hi heading Indus
sloi        at or ii.-.. the  '.      ,       ivei   terms, in Canada ea elsewhere, having  tries,   agriculture,   lis     -       lumber
oint shown on thi ins  regard to quality and price," and minis    ������, ed    $55,0t>0
The contractor shall eoaform to the  with   a   population   ���        6,000,   11
iln^ regul adopted by the Com    ��    ,,   .-..", _       :. . ....
mlssioneM   and also to the laws and . .  ,
regulations       ec(ln| firs- In the dlt
ferenl province? wherein the wort   ip
being pertormed
The right la reserved to reject anj
a <���     :"; mill s wes   ot thi   tot a ol
Gi     I Falls, in V^"
B      iwlck,  a   listanc    ol  a
iiiile>.
H) Dlsti Id   'li'   Fn m   a  poinl  designated on 1I10 11 ins ol thr   Commls
mere, at or near the boundary line
.; ar-
m
'tween the Provinces of Quebec and lor ail tenders
Err
���a!'. 0
and   'mormatloti
reservations
address
ED   C.OTT.ET.
Agent   New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
Gen. Pish   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
neneral  Simer'ntendent.  Vlrlortft.
,*st
"The Milwaukee"
F-" thereof in fee.   And
fcreby direct that publication of this
1 - in a duly news-
' at N'ew Westmlnsl r
' :��� i   sufficient  Bervice
peof.
��� ���       'i Registry office,
F province of British
[' :  day   of  January,
III
C   S, KEITH,
District Registrar
I.e.
��� rvi 1 with this notice,
th ough or under
.Miming any in-
>'l land by virtue of
Instrument, and all
���rs ���
interest in  the
���The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chiaigo,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
ailrtiad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
���rjuipment  that  ol  tbe  Chicago,  Mil-
..diikc-e   &   5t.   Paul   Railway.      1 hey
jvmi   and  operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alii their trains and
*ivc   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
���rervice  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
t_4 Third St.. cor AH-r  Portland. Or.
WHEN GOING EAST
sSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
REWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF
FAME
IIL
N'ew Brunswick, westerl;   a  distance
ol aboul 52.4 miles.
.���I District   n    From a  point de-
- .mated on the plans of the Comnr--
sioners, about eight miles wesl of the
.bitibl   River crossing,  In the  Prov-
i Ince of Ontario, westerly for - distance of al out   100 miles,
t6i District K' From a polnl de
slgnated on the plans of the Oommla
sioners, about r.r's miles wesl of the
crossing of Mud River, near Lake
Nepigon, In the Province rrf Ontario
1 easterly  (or .1 distance of aboul  75
'.lilies.
Plans,  pr.'iiirs   and    specifications]
! may be Been In tin- office of the Cliir f
Engineer ol the Commissioners al Ot-
* wa; also In the offices of the District  Engineers rone rue.1.  vis:  Guy
' 1'. Dunn. St. John, N IV; A. D, Doll
cet, Quebec, P. Q : John t.ylen,  Vol
' Ing   Distrlcl   Engineer,    North   Daj
Onl ; .and  'I'. S.  Armstrong,  Nepigon,
nut.
Persons tendering are notified thai
Hy Ord  r.
T.  fi, RYAN.
Becretarj
Commisslonet. of the
Transcontinental Railway
Ottawa. 1st February, 1108.
Tin
worn      and 1
nee.    Tin - ��  ��� ..    ���-.- ���    ' ��� ���> a. and
 i ���--    . 1 o    be   equalled    1 - at.
other .-.Mntvy i_ thi   ��    ���'    ir  wsa
due io this wonderful countr; and otta
which   when   considered    altogether
must make li , 1 tin thai this   1   th.
counti?   un thi   ��'��� -    man ���<��������� I   be
tleving thai tbe countrs 1 ould 1 w
main more bands, many more people
'lian lodiij. the go\ > i umnnl had d-' 11
���'11   me 11  proper aud  patriotic thin!
niK'n it endeavored to gel labor troai
our own fles.i and blood in the couo
tries lK>tli (') ihr' r m of us and from
the oM land, ami ',ii' was pi und they
ivd succeeded In tome extent in doing this,   lie belli '.''d the day woul I
O. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE. NO. 27.��� ,,on,(, whB0 main   a man WOUld tllanlt
The regular meetingl Ot this lodge this country for bringing him over an.
.ire hsld In Oddfellows' ha"  Colum f.;ievinfl |_,m f,,,���,   (h,-   poverty tro.u
hla   streel.  every   Monday   evening ���,,;,,,, ,���; ,,.���, ,���~(.r,.,,   H), fli-Vlg-. ki
Rl s o'-look, mjf ,.^1,, (��� taking the stand he h��o"
i taiviMi iii trying to attrael white lab-"
. O. U, W.��� FHASER  LODGE No. ,1
Newspapers wfll not Ue paid for this
advertlsen\ent If they Insert ll with
out authority from the Oommlssloner*
SOCIETIES,
Meetings the iirsi and third Tties
day in each month vi-ninp
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room. A. n. V. "-. hall, Odd
fellows' Mock, Clarkson itreei
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.)
...mbrulies the newest   and best W������Lenders will not be considered unlei
or   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
,nd   LUXURY.
' at,   whose   title Is
''"'-l under the provisions of
I     ' itrj Act," shall be tor-
I ' i debarred from set-
to or in resect of
sold for taxes as pro-
id Registry Act."
���'   my ciai
H)
:.;
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE    SCENIC    RAILWAY   OF
AMERICA, running thr ��� n
sleepers, tourist and dlnlnj
daily a^ 3:11
all B<ro:��-:ia;.   ;���"������'������
United
h Brsl class
. leaves
makes close connections for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other
States points.
It is lighted with
��oth electricity and gas;, the most
inilianl'iy illuminated train in the oners
vorld The equipment consists of
irivate compartment cars, standard
6 lection ileepenj luxurious dininn
at reclining chair cars (seats free),
nodern day coaches and buffet, li
nam and  smoking cars.
For  Time Tables,  Folders,  or any
urther  information call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���vn Second Avenue. Seattle. W��sh
. le in duplicate, and on the pi ini
forms  snpi He 1   I y   the  1 lommls
���OURT   BRUNETTE.   No. 40<I1,  l.O.F.
MoiMh   tln>   FOUrt11   l''il'lar    In   Ilie
month  .1  1 o'"i "���!'   In thr' small
hall, Oddfellows' bloi k
TAKE
The White Pass
tod Yukon Route
^!TERHn'pCc4RCR��SS, ATLIN,
"O'.AN'KS   'ii'-,DAWSON    and
l^ .���, \ng- P^sengers, mail,
Vsj/r, fre,ght connect with
P'^ini.. r,wSS and White Ho����.
^ inCa_or�����Ua8b ,winter 8ervice-
H   ROGFRc X^V��
'��� -RS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver.  R.  C.
KD. OOIT.KT,
Agent, New Westminster
or to R. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
H _
ADVKUTI3_.
��� IN ���
daily
-��.
NEWS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anrono e-n-tn. . ���*S��*ial^-loWS
InTentlon la prohnWr PriUfflgRU'nnK on pitenU
tlon.��irtotlyrona.li)iiil��l.HANpBOOT'M^��^��
ientfrna Olrtart ��["""'T for �� ')"L��_g tecel7��
rntonn tukon tlinm _h Mami * -"��� irrr-r-rv*
-xrial notice, without oliaree. iu tha
ScieiitiJic flmer ca
A h-ndiomolr Ului.tmtcrl w����-lj-.   -����gj %
MUliB & Cb.��B,0^d"r'- P^w vork
BW_"h SfflM. fa f tl* VfM-��S����>. J- ^
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson X ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
I ! he only all rail route between all
1 mints east, west and south ��o Ross-
: and. Nelson and intermediate points
: .onnccting at Spokane with the Great
Northern. Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
,<;   N.  Co.
Connects at Rossland ��'ith the Can-
idian   Pacific  Railway  for   Boundary   bank of the Dominion of Canada, nay-
Creek points I ;1i,io to the order of the Commission's
Connects  at    Meyers     Falls    wltb! ot the TranRcontlnent^I Railway,    as
,tage H-iily lor Repuhlir. ! follows-
I'.ufTet   s:rvice   on   trains   between
\ separate tender mu il be submit
1 for each si ctlon
Pendi r< rs shall noi be In anj �� 15
ai titled to relj upon the --111 ilfloai ion,
any other Information given b.\
iny person on behalf of thr' Oomm ,;
doners; and before submitting am
"iider. bidders should make a careful
vamltiatlon of the pl'vus. pl-Blea
Irawlngs and specifications, ami read
he forms to bo oxeouted, and full!
iiforin themselves as io the ttuantlty
nd quality of materials, ntul char
icter of workiuansiiii'i required; and
��� understood to aocepl and agree
11 be  bound   hy,  the terms  and  con-
tloni In the form of rontract, sped
itiotis. etc., annexed tO the form of
'���ader.
Bach tender must be signed and
lealed by all the parties to the tender,
ind witnessed, and he accompanied by
ni accepted cheque   on   a   chartered
OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. RB0R
a 0. F.-Tiie regular meetings ol
itiis Lodge ���"��' iir'io pn the Second
nnd Fourth Tuesd ij 1 01 each inonth
ai 1 p  in. in the Oddfellows' lir
tn Mu- province of Hiiii-ii Columbia,
y\v. olivet- moved ^^�� adjournmeht
of the debate and the House shortly
after a rose.
laiiiiflrliis Knijiilntion By*Uf, l*)f)n
Amendment By-Law, I'm..
	
A   Bylaw  to    amend    the     Laundries
Regulation E> law,
ill
Ilie Municipal 1 louni,    if the Cor]     1
Uon ol Hi" CH   ' ..iii',
FRATERNAL   ORDER    Op"   EAGLE8.        BflaOtS BJ   lolloWl
Arnie No. 20 M'"il . every Tueidaj1 ; '��� Tb* Lam 1 1 - I ��� u it on B iw,
mmlng at 8 p ni. In tin' l-inglr-s'' L900, Is btfab) atn< - ded b> adding at
hall, Coiiimiea itreet A. riarU.. the end of section 2 the following:
VV,  I'rea :   II   Bchofleld, Hra-tPiary.   j "And also beginning at tlir' 1   ati    ol
 . ���    i/Cumberluniil street Where it Intel
HE   ROYAt   TEMPLARS OF  TEM- i w|Ui fohnulria street, thence Westerl)
TSZZ"? ��V oStltS  ^ -^-steriy along the cent,
jpokane and Nelso-.
Effective   Sunday,   November   10,
1901.
Leave
c.20 am.
r__5 P ni.
d. iC ar.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 p.m.
..Rossland  410 p.m.
... Nelson  6.45 P-����-
H. A, JACKSON.
For Section No. 1, District 'A'.$ 75,000
"     2, "     'A'.. 100,000
������ "     3p "     ,A-       75,000
..     4' #       ��      _y.. 100,000
�� ��     5] '���     TJ'.. 1'iO.OOO
������ "6 "    'K.. 100,000
Any person Whose tender is accept-
hail, Columbia street.
Cumberland street to Bigiith avenue,
thence northeasterly along fiUghth avenue to the centre of the lino between
Dot Fourteen n-o and the reserve at
the corner of Ktghlh avenue and Co-
.ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A8
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets 011 the First and
Third  Tuesday of every month  tn
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland, i lurnbia   street, thence   easterly  along
 _______-_������������__���j sa|[j  ]lne t0  columIJa street,  thence
I, O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3 ; croaalng Columbia street in the same
-Meets   in   Oddfellows'  Hall,   Col-1 directk,_ along the -Pntre of Distillery
timbia Btreet, every Friday evening 1
at R o'clock.   Visiting brethren will
be made welcome.   CH. Clow, N.G.
CB. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
ROSE  OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE   No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. Sailed Rose Degree meets Second and ,
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, fniumbla 8t��� at j
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday   In   each month, same \
time and plac?. <
street to Urunelte street, thence
westerly along Brunette stre-.t to
point of commencement.''
2. This By-law may be cited a.; the
"Laundries Regulation By-law, 1.00,
Amendment By-law, 1908."
Done and passed ln   open   council
this 10th day of February, 1908.
W. H. KEARY, Mayor.
W. A. .DUNCAN, City Clerk.
[L.  S.]
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>AGE  EIGH'l
THiE  DAILY  NEWS.
FOR EVERY-DAY
China and
Glassware
Apples
AND
,:j^:' v   ��J'". _________TRY���
ilill   Moreys
i
Oranges
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevants Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columba St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
WE HAVE
THEM
\     GOOD ONES!
I
Apples, $1*50
per box.
Navel Oranges
|	
S Best quality
��� Large size
I 25c per dozen
i
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��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
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CA. WELSH
Ihe People's Grocer
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
B S
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
THE   L.   E.   WATERMAN
Fountain pens I
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The ,ewe,e'
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
:
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ii      WE ARE SHOWING    ||
!   Post Card Altums 1
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���* A Large Range of STYLES and   PRICES W
THIS WEEK.
��
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
I J.J. MACKAY U CO. ��
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
XX
t'����
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  AM.    TO    11   P.M As Usual
b*++******m*��*��~
Polish Your Furniture
���    ��� . Juhr.uor. s Pr.pared \V._.    I-  ; :   -
servea ;���.-.: bi i .-s out naturnl be&tttj of
the wo'ti.   It iTCiduces a neb. ari si
tinish. to which dirt and dust will not
avi.-re.   Just try It and yon will sei
mac- b< it'.-.-. .s -.--a anj otber ;  lish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish ami !'oii��.h for All
.      Cse lton your fl or��r ..ii wood-
.. irk too.   Johnson's Powdered Wax i>
.      <iru.
Y'ou run jet Johnson's free book. "Thr>
Pi -, - r "1 reatnieot for Floors. \Vo-,.l^   rk
and Furniture" und these i,--e',)_rmions of
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Also.
WOOD   DYES
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
I
On Thursday there died In the general hospital at Vancouvei   a  former
resident of New Westminster, George
William  Collier, aged  40  years.   The
deceased  was a nephew <>f the    latel
.In.ii  Collier of  ihi.u    city,    and    an
uncle, William Collier, Is Btill n sidentl
hi the city,   The funeral is announced!
m take place at Vancouver on Mon-!
SATl = : ��� ���
I market"*
���   REPORT
,,*\.*- * * * ��� ������������ ��� *���'���-��� ��� ������ ���
Mud I)   roa Is  aad  a   sharp    frosty
.".:.,... doubtless    responsible
tor thi market yesterday morn
ing, i] lies and attendance    ���
ing scarce.    The oniy feature cf Im-
portan ���-������    ���- -J in the prirf
of egg= predicted last week. I.,..
Quantities were offered for saie ani
the price dropped off five cents from
the previous figure, l>oth wholesale
and retail. A few were sold at the
old price of forty cents retail at the
roniiir . ��� .:.��� nt of the mark-t, but the
ni!in._ price was 35 cent, retail an:*
30 c*n'-s wholesale.
A very heavy Supply of chickens
w_s on hand, the majority of them
owned bj Wing Moy, a Chinaman from
Vancouver. They were in good demand and realized the prevailin :
price i'J.'".' a dozen. A new featu-.-
ygsterda; was the appearance of 3
few litters of small pigs. These found
a fairly good demand at from $2.50 to
}',."". according to size.
Meat was very short in all cla.-.-r -
even pork, which has been in excess
for some weeks, being scarce, possibly due to the slackness of the demand during the past few market
days. The prices remained practically unchanged throughout, hind quarters of being fetching be to Sic, fore
quarters 6c to o^.c. Mutton average
12l2c to lL!c, and lamb 14c. Veal w-as
quoted at from i-c to lie, according to
size.   Pork M.c to !)c.
A larger variety of li-h was in evidence than has been the case for
some time, riteelhead salmon toil
readily at 15c, halibut was plentiful at
10c; herring, four pounds for 2ac;
Boles from Point Gray, three pounds
for _.jc; smelts 10c; cod be to 10c.
Some rock cod weie offered by M
Monk, but were not much in demand,
the public generally not yet having
come to a full appreciation of this
really excellent fism Dressed chicken.-;
sold ai 22c, but the saie was very
slow.
Potatoes were offered in consider-
a le quantity at a dollar a sack, but
the demand was limited. A quantity
of onions was also offered, but th.
demand was slack.
Apples were fairly plentiful, but not
��� much in demand, the best commanding $1.25, and for inferior qualities from ~:'M) to 10 ]
there was no sale at all. Some very|
fine Spies were shown by Hugh Steel,
of Maple Ridge, and were sold without
difficulty  at   the   ruling  figure.
The auction sale was on the whole
a good one, both in the quan;::;. of
stock offered and the prices obtained..
Some anomalies occassional!}- present;      **��*m*m*.a^*m*ms^.a^.a*t^.a^..x^^^^^^^^m
themselves to Auctioneer Trapp. such !     A Russian woman with a name like
as, for instance, the case of a heavy j the jagged edge of a band saw created:
draught   team,   harness   and   wagon| something like trouble ar the market)
which, offered as a whole, received as
the highest bid onlv  $300.    Put    up!
.  , _ . qu.intit.-   of  fc__
separately one horse, a very fine animal truly, fetched $270, the mate $170 tloneerlng purposes. The accidental
and the harness and wagon $4ir, a total j breaking of one of the lays of a long
for the outfit of $4*9. One sorry'since dead barnyard biped revealed to
looking animal of uncertain age, al- the purchaser the pungent fact tha'-
though "guaranteed to work," found, the eggs could only be classified as
. a purchaser at the absurd price of "rotten," and after making known his
1 seven dollars. discovery to the vendor, he demanded
 ���  his money  back.    The  Russian  lady
with the terrible name demurred,
whereupon a second purchaser chipped in and also broke an    egg.    The
Friday and Saturday
SHOWING OF
New Suits _m Skirts!
Mor
I Saturd
���  .   .. - ���
Spring Opening
Ready-to-wear duote
these two
ol
Our ready-ti
��� ��� .. known :
and the auth
-. U s which ar.   I
Incn
���   ���
��� nts for  ������������
.ind thii   -
Idea oi  whal is i
son.
Columbia
AMUSEMENT
.. THEATRE ..
MOVING - PICTURES
SUBJECTS GAY AND GRAVE.
Films  Changed  Twice a  Week.
Matinee   every   Saturday   afternoon.!
: commencing  at  three  o'clock.
Evening performances (continuous i '
in.
Burr Block
Adjoining the Guichon Hotel
Eggs   Were   Too  Strong.
yesterday morning by disposing of al
s    suitable    for elec-
..
Ladies' Chiffon Broadcloth Suits, 84,1 .act
Made of fine Chiffon Broadcloth, in Brown and
���:; with Black Silk, tigr.tfittin_ back, hip    hengt
collar and  cuffs  trimmed  with rows of contr���
ins        ���'  rows of braid on back and front.
Skirt   is   plaited and  nine-gored.    Everything
.-nits  Is high r!.is>-   a perfect suit in every respe $.
Special Broadcloth Suits, S25 to ..,".
We announce today the arrival of a dozen su
They are made of fine French Broadcloth, and
Navy. Green anrl Black.    Caret illy made by thi
turer in Canada, and the styles are corect  reprod
and New York fashion centres,
Ladies' Tweed Suits, $18 to $23
Perfect tailor-made Suits of light striped   and   cbe
velvet collars and  buttons are noticeable  on   the   -'
the styles shown.    All coats are hip length with  velvel
_ts, and  skirts are made with plaits and  folds.    The  ���
suits Is apparent at the first glance.    In  low-priced suit-   tie
nothing to be compared to them. We invite you to Inspi
Prices are $1o00. $20.00, $21.00, and  $23.00.
��� :'
-I
New Dress Skirts
Our new showing of Spring Skirts  is annouuc :   fo -jl
Saturday.    Hundreds of Skins of Chifon Broadcloth. Panai    LasW
Serge,  Cheviot,  Light  and  Oark Tweeds.    Prices  ea :   $3.50 tt '.'i'i
The Art Exhibit of Miss Allison Cockburn, in tht]
parlor of the Hotel Russel, is still in progress.
Miss Cockburn has large classes from lo to 12 am and -''-'|
ni. daily, and the advantages of using Beddings' Silk= in K.������ ' '-���
'low and Silk Embroidery work is amply demon.-' ' al'^'d'-fl
free to every lady of New Westminster and vicinity.
W.S.CollisterXCl
THE STORE FOR HOUSEFURNISH1NGS
altercation attracted others, and soon j
the still was surrounded by Iratel
purchaser, frantically endeavoring to
discover a 1908 egg, but all iu vain.
Finally the woman refunded the
money to several of the kickers, vowing all the time that she had not been
day next, the cortege Icunu- nn lmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9ammm9BBBBBBBBBBBt333m
, ,           , aware   that  the  eggs   were   ripe,    as
dertaking parlors of Centre ,*>��� Hanna    ...                 ,    .,
,.   . she had   purchased     them     from     a
'  2:30 p.m.
Chinaman that wry morning.
i
SPRING
! REEFER COATS
Fear Wage Reductions.
Washington,    Feb.    21.���Industrial,
! _nd financial circles have been more|
I or less concerned over what they re*
' gard  as a prospect that the  railroads
I fif the country have in contemplation
, a general reduction in the wages  of
their employees.     Such   apprehension
i is   practically  groundless.
Brakeman Killed at Nelson.
Nelson, Feb, 21.���Nell! McDonald, a
C. P. R- brak-man was killed at West
Robson yesterday by falling between
the cars and the station platform in
endeavoring to board some cars while
switching. He was twenty-eight years
old and a native of Nova Scotia.
I
$600.00 CASH
will buy a nice new 6-room House, close to
Columbia street car. Splendid view of Fraser river. Enquire for price and other particulars.
N. B.    We have two houses for rent.
F. J. HART & CO.
LIMITED
New We��lminster. Chilliwack.
Either for small boys or girls.
Made in cardinal, shepherd checks,
light homespun and navy blue.
With coat of arms and chevrons on
arms.
Lighter than our Fall and Winter
Reefers.
Just the thing for Spring wear.
Prices, $4.50 to $6.00 the Coat |
ancouver. ^J
THE
, Wardrobe Out*
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