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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
N... \\ ESTM1NSTER. B. C
:..-.   : ���
_i__*s
6,11
WEAL ESTAf:
"at*wi4*_*
Vn RSTMINSTER.  B. C.    V ; MORNING,  F
protection of fAiis mm __a.on is
,p UP TO CONGRESS   PRWISG 10 U'lOsE
1     -.   Companies   Already Propellers of Steamers Kill
.....:.j Efforts to Prevent     Fish   by   Thousands   Off
.   -Enactment of Law. Nanaimo Harbor.
SMUIR ASSENTS
TO
X CB> T8 PER   V BE*
ACT
INDIAN GOVCRNWIM    . '��<> m FILLS MEN
TAKES PROMPT ACTION  WITH i)(K AND SAND
.
made in congress
tment of whai    ^
. ���   Burton  law,  passed    In
-   ��� ���     -po_itio_ u!   v..-
..:���. -    The object   il
.. a 10 con-ei ��i- thi
-   ..-    :..-:   ':.-.     i :.
iaJ enit rprlsi
slim        s purely temp inarj
��� ;      a -��� ai
i or treat;   on  tMs   - ihject
bi   Dnited States and Canada
- ��� . ���    covei  also
��� ���   ...   .-.. ti rs i". mlnj
.-��� -. ���:. the two coun-
explres In les
 II    ": - - ng Its
rs    is Is pro-
...   ���   --.  i- .  .ire ihis is
..  :,-.:..   -,. the Canadians
n ':.      ���ir> portion ol
s are on tbe Ci aadian side of
are content to let existing
- .in.a.n. in    preference   to
*-.   ���   wh iii wlll restrict
_���-  -'.ley now enjoy.    For
|t on,   ii is argued,   the    law
.- o   I not lie re-enacted, as there will
-���.  Incentive to delay on the
:.- Canadians.
. .        i ,���
,i ���~- j
ISTEAM.. HAMLIN IS        :
AUA1N IN MISSION
..     Thi      ..   .
-   '  ��� -       -   ra    llj  drawli s
be some 80
-   ged In the tod
���'������"   - - Ui  go.     ...
nr x: >, ason.
Thr lommeni
' ������    -      ��� -final aa
������������--.:
ai    a: thi   , ���. -. ... |   .
��� .-
-��� ...    the propelli
ig steamers I      :	
���  .. .-
-   	
'��� ���������   n* re   '.:..,.. .. -            hshermei
��� -   ��� -  ��� ���      -       s   :	
0111  ln<   -��� ������-  n rhi   cate-   .;.-      ���.,.
���    ��� -��� ..-   . ..
would  not     -    - Binj   il  this
"         ���-- high as :��� .. th usand tr
Attixes  Official  Signature  to Much Discussed Measure
McBride  Shows Signs  ot   Change  of Sentiments
and   Votes   According|j       Underground
Labor Discussed at  Length.
���is  Are   Despatched  to Workmen at Lake Buntzen
ell Impending Upris; (Catapulted  From  Tunnel
long the Zakakhels. by Premature Blast.
SIXTEEN   MEN   ARE
IMPRISONED   IN   THE   ICE
Chicago,  Feb    u.   S ster n   men  in
two icebound   fishing   - . ,    im-
; lis mi d  four  miles  out   in tbe   la u
a -a:   \Y mkr _&n     Two i :  the  sa
came stumbling Into thai    port    I st
night,  having  walked over the
They took back a supplj ol food, The
boats had been going oui every d.i> or
so twenty-five milt. Into the lake foi
trout.
Tin- steamer'Hamlin, one time clip-
|i-: ol thi Fraser river, will Boon again
[i.i- in commission  and  will  probably
her nkl  route,    plying    from
I1 u i. in Vancouver,   The vessel
|has tor some weeks been under re-
airs in Emmerson's dock <m the
IXiirtii _rra, where her bow and stern
iwheel were rebuilt and her hull put
���in thorough repair, Yesterday she was
���towed by the tug Stranger to the
Kcba r ,\ I,an', where her engines will
B< ��� ��� rhauled, alter which she will be
fripa ite I and  refurnished.
The Hamlin was originally built for,
i i       due rlv< r trade by the r. P. R. i
In the early days of the Klondike excitement, but when the brilliant    ex-
I" as  faded  away, she  was sold
f" ri \. bun s, who fur many years
ppi rated the boal on the Fraser river.
For Ihe last four years the vessel has!
laid i Lulu Island, until quite recently when she was purchased by W.
Finch Patge, of the B. C. Box Mann-
' - company, who is again pre-
faring to put her Into active service.
F-e Hamlin Is much larger than the
''' iver boats and considerably
I   t<
Death of John Johnston.
The Mags over the City an I provincial buildings,* as well as those of
several private residences were flying
at half mast yesterday out of deference to the meraorj of John Johnston,
one of the oldest of the old timers of
New Westminster, Mr. Johnston was
suddenly stricken down on Wednesday test by a paralytic stroke, his demise occurring early yesterday afternoon. The funeral has been arranged
to take place ai 2:30 on Thursday
from the Orange hall to Sapperton
cemetery, The Orangemen, of which
body the deceased was a prominent
member, will take charge of the funeral, The late Mr. Johnston was a
naiivi' of Ireland, and was st> years of
age. lie leaves a son. John Johnston,
and a daughter, Mrs. William Campbell, of Pori Moody, The deceased
was a brother of the late William
Johnston,
ENGLISH AUTHOR IS
EIGHTY YEARS OLD TODAY
To Worn on Cloverdale Extension.
' "iilr.iclm-.s  Who  'luring  the
I v   months  had   been   working
_   '       onstructlon oi  railway  UneB
f      ��� i:��� ���'��� General Contracting com-
reached  ilils city  lasl  week  In
t'' ��� '" ,r>' and obtain some kind of
" ��� menl from the administrators
r'   ''   ' ompany, which has gone Into
' The men,  whose names
Pi terson,   Chris,    Peti rson,
I - " ok, .loim Scott, Lewis Nel-
':;   '���:  -nld Lundstrason, are expect-
|       work on th,- Cloverdale exten-
| e C, \   R., and are now   in
1 ltions with Cuthrle & Co., who
\ over the abandoned oon-
"��� '������������������ B, r. Contracting com-
I
Alexandra Ready to Launch.
Peb. 11.���The hydrographks
| Uexa> "ing built hy the
; unbia Mar,tn. railway,   et
coal  of 1175,000, for
I government,    will    bei
_ I Saturda      The  itaamer is;
���urvey   work     on     tbe
imh i  , oast.
More   Polar  Exploration.
I '    ���   11���Two more  polar I
I annonnced.   Dr. .lean
I ���   I ������'-,- fa explorer, li pre-
F . qnest or eke _outh !
- of .br-wl is plan-'
������ the north,    n,, de-
l ��� "'   '-,.- iz-i-s exi <6
London, Feb. 12.���George Meredith,
who in the opinion of many Is entitled
to the iiigiiesi place In English action,
ti Ml years old today, in a pretty
little home In the Surrey hills Mr.
Meredith  is spending  his old   agr'   In
almost as good health and spirits as
he knew lu his prime, KiiLhuslasm
for outdoor sports has apparently kept
the great novelist , whose literary
career began bach in the early times,
tree trom the afflictions that beset the
author whose iito is whollj sedentary,
George Meredith, Ha- ilislinguislir-l
poet and novelist whose eightietn"
birthday Is celebrated in England today, was born in Hampshire, February
1-, 18.S. He received the moat of his
schooling in Germany. Returning to
England he studied law for a time, but
soon abandoned It for literature. His
tlrst. literary effort was a volume of
poems brought out In 1861.    This was
followed by "Tlie Shaving ot G-agpat,"
Richard Fevoral," "Sandra," and
other works which brou.ht. him fame.
Altogether Mr. M*fedlth has written
more than twenty S-CCeSriul no vis.
besides Innumerable poems and critt-
cal essays. He is a Liberal in politics
and has ln-n a leading spirit in the
lion,,. Rule party. Of late years, how-
ever, Tft has led a retired life at his
home In Surrey, where he hfU ���
tinned his devotion to outdoor sporti
being especially fond of cricket. His
occartonal literary prf>f'��f-tioru r,"fiiin
their old time vigor. It has been nH
that Mr. Sfen Mth has more literary
followers (ban any other H* M
writer, and bis dl-etp ' !';l': '
a��ign him the big- ,n ***
lisH fiction.
la ���   ��� ?- i-.  ,'
....
-    .i      ... e lm
i aci
��� Ill-V. Si       ,,| .-, .   -, v.
Heiaer.on's Amendment Quashed.
\   5
	
:���-..,
Stuart Headers hat It hi
��� ���   I     ������ id   tt. |
person ���.:,...,< \
.i   . i   i .,    .   i        i    ���
com tru< tlon of m ��    Inr -   .
. : the exi        on
railw i\ > in thi , ., . lm i     I   i . mend-
mi nt  was   |< teal ���   u    Bj
,,:  .....
.   ���   in i I \   Mac
Donald,   Rossland,
icing ''' the i"1"i   <    ' ��������� ���
In ti.-!, and- ol the Lir uti nanl Go\
ernor  in  Council,  Instead  >; vesting
i;    -.1  -, hi   entire house, w      also de-
feate i
Change  in   Senti'nent..
Extracts from previous  proceedings
and instances of \oiiv- cast bj Premh
McBride  when  In    opposition    were
quoted for tlie  purpose  ol    showing
thai he had previously advocated and
voted ui favor of a policj directly ol
postte to his present donti ntion,
Really   a   Money    Bill.
in an Incisive speech, the leadei
of  the opposition   declared   thai   the
hill was practically a money hill, and
as such should must certainly In-
control or the Legislative Assembly,
this practice having always been I
lowed out iii the Commona in England
nn.I in the Dominion house, Joftn
uihi r  followed   wiiii a    oharactistic
speei Ii,  while   the    Socialist     mend" i
for Nanaimo closed  the debate, both
these   speakers   supporting   111''    Bl    I
aunts  aduiM-ed   bj   Mr,   M ii'llonanl
McBride   on   Mines.
Replying to John Oliver on Monda
afternoon, alter he bad Bpoken on I!i"
conditions governing underground Is
or, Premli r McBride said thai it wat
with mudi regrel in   saw his hone
able   friend   undertake   the   respon i
billty  of  stating    the    underground
win king ni the mines of the province
was noi carried oui acOitiing to law.
It   was a Berloua thing to make such
an allegation  unless ll   was a    11
'the Inspection of coal  mlti i as
as   hit   (the    Premh r's)     knowledge
went Is inosi satlstactorj  and the ln-
apectloi der    the    deparmenl    of
mini's wag a ven- efficient one Indi i
ir there were cbba or violation of ihe
rules and regulations the department
r-ouiii be made answerable tor thi
But in a general waj  to    saj    that
things wire wiong. to advance no <���
tain case oi specific allegation ��ho
not  be encouraged In  the  house.    If
there were any violation- of the I
the bon. gentlemen opposite him could
WOMEN'S LEAGUE WOULD
CLOSE PENNY ARMDIS
New  York, Feb.  11.    P_BnJ
on tin- bower] are condemned In a re
port  rif  a.    joint     committee  of  the
��� om   I        Municipal   league   .;:,
People's  Institute  appotnte i    to
vesttgate the cheap Bm_s*men
vi'iuie tlie committee
moving   pictures   in   Which
..... .in.i  people of other  '������������'
.   ; i -d ii.iv'' great e__aatl_nal
���,.,;;,- pictures are towad fo
. nt, while in many caHes
I'oiind pletuiree which    aire
bnt I'li'ii'iiiional.
Thf same fault, is found With many
of rive penny-ln-lhe-slot picture machines wliic.h are declared by the com-
mit.tr-e to be vicious.   The che'M -"���
dramas  and   l.urlesrine  shows  on  the
Bowery  are  also condemned   as     I'
moi-ali/.ing.    The committee proposes
legislative enactment to    control   all
' mic.ll exhibitions. |
' ' ���     the*    con,.   :��� .,,
the hou .    -. .      ....
nothing    -    . r-i     ���
riquir\   a-    ������������
��� ���   ������.   raci
������������-'I    mines   |
,    \ ...-,- .
a ...
easl   fr the   govi
o as!    ���       v<    -
���
s staff i     aspect' .
i -        e ....
B      I s    .
im thr
times caps   . . :. . .
Bill Now in Committee.
... . !!.
' -i i.i-- ol . etkms -    a tatUbe a - ���
ol ���
the i '..   .    -    ������ ;.-  v
���   gi H . ami   . woul i possr ---
si ni  : ill bi came law,   lie noli
othei  unlvi       . -  r- here this   had
 on con luded - -  our ���
V Houghl >���_ observation   ���> I  I  ���
!   waj  to build a house Is h    ��� ��� ���
ai the foundation; that there were a
number of people In this province who
- ���    d never gel to a unlvertltj . there-
-  the beat waj was to improve the
public  schools.    The  bill  Without   inr-
-lui dehaio passed Its second reading,
ui   as   already   foreshadowed,   the
Dense wiii be bull! iii committee, the
-uncial secretarj having   admitted
l   M'HS   bUl   B   skeleton   bill,
In   reply   to  Mr.   Oliver,   Hon    Mr.
Fulton stated thai tim eontracl tor the
���iew  school   near  Att-ievllle  hail   beefl
aw,-.ir,i. (i and the building will be com��
pleted March 16
Mr, Hawthornthwaite aBked the
premier, is li the Intention of the
government to bring down a measure
this session amending the Vancouver
Island Bettlers' right, act, so us to
exten I tli"  period   of    time    duiinn
which settle!, can put iu n valid application '.'
The premlei replied, "The matter is
re eh ing the consideration    of    I be
gOVI I lllui'lll."
Budget  Next   Monday.
The minister of finance nave notice
thai   thr   House may  look   for (lie  hud
I "ti Monday next.
Westminster Bridge Tolls.
In reply to Mr, Oliver", Hon, Mr,
Taiiow stated thai $1_(000 bad !" e_
collected In tolls from tb<. Greal Northern railway for the use of West
minster bridge during 1807, and W1Z0
fiom travelers, vehicles, etc.
liming  thai    period    the    following
amounts bad been paid to loll collectors: (I. Hafgreave-, $7i2..",f>; c
Eagles, |720; _, Oddy, JM0j T. And i
son,    $720;    T    Hathefl-*,    $277;    T.
Domlney, |18fl,   Total, $': 136
Tin' minister addi d thai there  ���
nov/ four colleotors.
Nelson Wants  Money.
Mr   Hall.   Nelsrm.   IfltrddQced   9   bill
lo < liable the city of Mel___ to lioi
'.-���, 000 fcd  electric iig/n and    power
purposes,   Advanced �� -=iMge.
Feb. 11.   The fw lai   i - ���
'������elded   i.    getld   'Mil'-
two brlgad-a oi i oopi    trhdei
' era! Sir Jamei    ���    '���   ������-   inr,,
���'���-���-   ��� a ii - on ih-  no     ��� -- tern
TOntll .     .    , :��� .     -,. . ;.,     j,
...    ,.   \ ���- I .
. -   ,
���-  members ol Ihr  re-
..  .-.
������ where rh'      ���   ,- ���
wo brigades  are  n���������
���  ���x  ������ ��� ������    - ��� ���������      ���   ��� '���
Th.     . in win be 11        se tr
Borderl;
, -��� -y-n. Feb.  - ���      \ bill Wh.'i
ed    it- first   rear   I ��   in i)ie  H-
Commons   ihs    ���  ��_
smoking under thi  age Oi
WOMEN SUFFRAGISTS  PLAN
A   MONSTER   DEMONSTRATION
\' vi    York,  Feb.   11     Advo -   ���
- '��� age for women are preps   a.
a monster parade, which   ,,:
.  ;-��� ���   next Kunday.    The U_<  ��� I  ttl    C
��� '���along Fifth avenw fmm Union
���-���  to Central   park.    Thi  .   v
large number of women m Ilm
sui!' ntehtS   are   in   the   h - ���
committee of the    Frogri
VVr    en's Suff'ra-e I'nion. Which    "
madi  up of tweniy-iwo womett'e clul -
' ' ' ���'���" ' ���      Pr b _. - 	
v:!^   up trip  from
���   ��� ���  oi   wonda:   after__c_
';���',"-.    ...    i  -inging   to     ihe
bos ��� ���    " imam Habri and M, Gflb-rt-
- ���   - ������ ������   eng o-e't in
k on the      Th"-.
had  put    ; charge ta enlarge
s hob- inw i.-ii-h thej were going r-
a  ier- ���       wrge     ��� ��� ��� ���    ared
���   ��� th<     first    dischargi     Mid
��� '���   startln's   to  place l_  the    si w
��� ���- ������   it was interna    i_
-    ��� I    bla-l   'em   ihv\   had  onlv  troi   ���  v
    ion when   the   bunch
weni off. It was lucky for them -
it worn SO soon. The> Were both
��� ui 01 ih" iimm-1. while
Hahn'a hands were blown fall of fine
granite afed drilhertson's face was _.-
"o lai er ii.-d '-.-��� the 8j rn. partlctee.
Mftrvellonsly, none of the fin.- bits of
roci struck Oilberts-ti'a eyes, Dr.
Keith took charge of thr- ni"n a- BOOBS tli- ��� ��� - d nid had them ai once
taken  to the general hospital, and  ho
d the house surgeon have bee.
quarrying rock ou-l Of the two men Almost ever since. _k>th men an- now
fairly welln vr-v the shock, and thdilgn
thej win be Blightly dlsflgnred-, ohl
will preserve his hands and the other
���ice.
Chosen Friends Visit Vancouver.
A   special ear  last  evening carried
some flfiy  of  the  meini-.eis of     N. w
'vVestmlnstet1 council n2;! of the Oann-
dlan Order of Chosen Frlemls lo Van
COUver, wher they paid a visit to Van
eouver couhcil No. ^84.  a most blea
ani time was spent, the visitors heini!
royally entertained by their hosts. An
extensive    program    of  musical    anil
literary numbers was rendered, alter
which the remainder of (lip ev��ttlng
was spent in dancing. A special feature of the program was lhe l-ecita
Hon of an original poem, common!"' a
live   of   Hie. occasion,   by     lhe     cm
poser, Mrs  Van i.Ipw. of New Weal
mlnsder  council,   which  elicited   round
after ffltind of .polarise.   Altogether
(here were aboul L80 presenl, to wliom
refreshments were served during the
evening by the   meffib-rh of the Van
OOUVef .allndii; The vlsll Will be returned In   lhe near future.
TRIP TO ENGI.M IS
PROPOSED FOR ROOSEVELT
STRIKE IN TANANil
PRACTICALLY OVER
CAPE   LAZO   WIRELFSS
STATION NOW  WORKING
Vic-tori,-!. Fell. II. The who!., of the
Circle rif wireless stations on this
coast Is now lb Working ordei
La_0 is the las! In report reaflj '"''
s.ervire. f'liptJiln (laii'dln, ngruif rif
marine urirl (Isheries, has received ���'<
message  by   way of  l'o:l)t   <���'
effecl thai Cape Laso station Is now
in r rinirnuiiir alloti
The QSefulneSs rif   these   -���
established a. _|flg to navigation, has
already   lee,,   proved.     With   the
tions at   Victoria,    Point Grey,    Cap-
L��-0,  fachena and  Kstevan.    \'anr<iu
"r   Island, is  well  provided   with   the
means for quick trahsthltion rif tofor-
ition,
r������lirlianl;.-,  Feb    I I       I'llited     Sttlil
Marshal Perry bfls tbesiiiite sit im t ^,,,
wen in hand and expects bo fiirthei
trouble with! he strlketSj   All oTittlms
formerly  nonuttfiion are wruklng    on
the opr-n Shop basis,  with a full  d-trta
of men.
Demitfea    have   Cleared    the    Fair
i
h.nks-Valdey, trail of Strikers, and tfle
miners' union gimraritf-es there will be j
no  further   fflOlestatkm i,i  travellers
ff    there    is,    says     Marshal     Perry.
soldiers will bo ! roughf  h_  . ia   mlrlez;
to eontroi the sit-atkn..
Men are cornmenr-irig to pour into
fhe cainii. The agent of th'- Mine,
owners'  association  arrives  tomorrow
with thirty five miners who have tV-en
held up for the i rst three days thirty-
five miles out on the trail. There are
now 2rr0 men coming from Val'doz.
These will arrive without molestation
and will tie allowed to go ro work on
their arivai  In the Tanana.
London, Feb. 11.���There is r every
probability Hint Presldeni Roosevelt
will pass some weeks in Kn.land in
the spring of neni ye.v. when his
term di oStice will __ve expired;   This
president  of (lie  1'nilod     ______    .las
been anxious In vlsii this country for
some years pasl, bnt, of course, this
was impossible so long as the reigns
bf office were In his hands. The last
ex-president of the ui-I.Bd States to
vlsll Ihis coiiiiir.i was QShPtfli Urant,
wlii'ii a sruiii officiul Metcoiiii- was ne-
i-otdeil  him.
fl ig ,,n,i,.,ui,������| however, thai nothing In iliis nature will take place on
tills   oer-us.r'i,.   Ihr-      visit      being     re-
uailed as purelj a private one,   The
\!11'��� i ii- <i���  '  iltidy  in l.iuidon  is  loudly
pn claiming  its sratlstactlttn    at    the
annniiiir-rmenl lhat the King is to visit
their amliasadoi al Wrest Park, the
cotinlry seat which Mr Whit Haw
Held rents from Lord I.ticas. The
news was Immediately communicated
to President Roosevelt, and it Is understood that he has since replied In
terms which leave no doubt as to his
own great pleasure at learning of the
sigllal honor conferred on the representative of the '. nited Stated in
Kn gland.
Alberni Aims at Incorporation,
Alber-'ii. &-. I I - The feeling of
the citizens of the tv .> Albernts, as ex-
|,res-ie| g( g -epi 'sr-ntative mO'ting.
IS -'rengly In fevor of the formationr
of a miiriirjpnlity. and a committee
has been appointed to take the necessary steps in that direction. As p< infer] out iat the meeting the muniein-lity
cannot be created before next January
by which time it is expected there will
he an important city at the head, of
Mberni canal.
Retirement of Dunsmuir
Expected After Session
Bryan In Canada.
Montreal, Feb. 11���William J. Bryan
addressed the Canadian club at their
weekly luncheon this afternoon. The
hall of the old corn excliange In St.
���lohn street was thronged, about 500
guesti Bitting down to the luncheon.
Mr. r.r- ,.n was welcomed by a round
of tnmultucus cheering.
Victoria, Feb.  il.   fl  is understood
that  Mr. James  Dunsmuir Will retire
from office soon after Ihe close of the1
present session.    He would retire at I
once, so weary ia he of the fierce light'
which has been    heating   about    his
particular throne lately, but the splendid new home he is bui'dlng is    not
quite readjr.    lt Is, however, a question whether or nol he will endure the
situation    even    for   the few weeks '
which   the  aeas.'on  has  still  to    run.
Much depends on the success of (he
premier In preventing the enquiry into
his actions for which the opposition
has been pressing. As the premier
does not want the enquiry himself
they have a common Interest in staving it off. The understanding seems
to be mat the lieutenant-governor will
go out into the wilderness by and by
carrying the unconstitutional errors of
the government with him If ln the
meantime the premier will hdld the
foe at hay ln the legislative assembly.
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WE0NES3
rOOTBALL TEAM
PICKED EOi
SEATTLE
���ueu
A mi ting of the Vani ouver Dis rl t
ill i> ague was held on Monday
evening at the V. A. C. rooms In Vancouver. At ihis meeting fixtures were
arranged for the next two weeks, several new teams admitted to the league
and a representative team selected to
ilnst .i team trom the Northwestern league in Seattle on Februarj
15, Unfortunately there was no rep-
reaentatlve of the Rovers club presi nl
at the meeting on Monday night. I
ii came about that this city has only
one player in the team, Locke, captain of the Hovers, who will play inside right.
Six new teams were admitted al i
some opposition; they will com;. I ���
for the Iroquois cup section divi Ion
competition. The teams are Mission
City, Coquitlam, M iple Ridge, Mounl
Lehman, Langley and Abbotsford.
They will form a district by thi m-
selvis and will play down. The winner will play off with the winner of
the Vancouver district.
The selection of an Al! Mainland
team to play the Vancouver island
team on March 7 wlll be made at the
ti' xt meeting.
The team lo play in Seattle will be
as follows: Goal, Rodgers, Thistle;
left full back, J. Trim. westham island; right full back, Strange, Thistle;
centre half back, F, Graham, Shamrock; left half back. Forest, Thistle;
outside right, Barker, National; inside right, Locke, New Westminster;
centre forward, Mitchell, Thistle; inside left, Hum n, Shamrock; outside
left, Jones, Shamrock. Substitutes,
back, Gunyon, Thistle; half back,
Knowls, Shamrock; forward, W'.arbur-
Inii, Thistle;  London. Westham Island.
V. McColl will accompany the team
as referee, while Will F.llis will act
as manager .
Grip Is Treacherous
It never attacks unless you are off your
guard ���run clown. Keep your health and
strength up to the mark and you are safe.
"BOVRIL" gives vitality and strength.
An occasional cup of "BOVRIL" will keep
your health up to top notch. Its use prevents many an attack of Grip. Try as a
change two or three spoonsful of milk in a
cup of "BOVRIL."
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
company's expression of appreciation
of the high standard of merit and
courtesy to the travelling public maintained during the year 1907. Checks
for $175,000 for 1153 conductors and
201 V porters, divided into one month's
pay to each man, were mailed to the
employees with a message thanking
them tor their efforts to improve the
service and give the public a maximum of courteous treatment. Every
man who receives the gift of an extra
month's pay is on the "roll on honor."
The same system will he continued fo-
1!)0S and subsequent years, the company officials figuring that in time t'he
recipients of the bonis will number
nearly every man In the car service
| department.
rlnninr   In   tin-   Fur   l'....(.
Abdur Rahman, the late ameer of Ai
ghanistan, had a grim sense of lim.ict
which was sometimes exercised with
out scruple. On one occasion a dur
bar he was holding was Interrupted by
a man who, in a state of the greatest
excitement, rushed iu declaring that
the Russians were advancing to iuvade
Afghanistan. Turning aside for a mo
ment from ti:,> business In progress,
the late ameer in the most unconcerned
tones ordered his BhahgassI to conduct
the man to the summit <J a certain
watcli tower. "Look you out well tor
the llusslans,'' commanded Abdur Bab-
man, "for you do not eat until you se*
%em arrive."- Grand Magazine.
Checks for Pullman Porters.
Chicago, Feb. 11.���Almost.   $200,000
were given .away  Monday by the Pun-
man Palace Car company   to   nearly
.000    car   service    employees    as the
Two Earthquakes Reported.
Washington,   Feb.   11,���mo     small,
earthquakes, probably at a great dis-'
tance from here, it was announc   1 today,  wn.. recorded on    the    seismographs .at the weather bureau "tiring
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
Cook*   llnl n   Their  Taste.
*. never season things up to my own
taste," said a mau who has cooked ta
a restaurant for mauy years. *Tery
few cooks do. They have palate, that
crave high seasoning. The longer they
cook the more salt and pepper and
spices tbey require. If I should send
up my dishes as I like tfcem, they
would be so hot and peppery that bail
the patrons in the restaurant would bi
unable to eat them."���New York Press.
e
The Road to Success
%
"I   rSPI
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
sales; the information in the advertising columns
11 The morning daily paper is first in the field for
11  SJ
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 Fusinessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
V
CUSTOM CkAJE
, the:
"���ss
OVER
Ihis List"Shoe Bar?ains
AT
, SMART SHOE FOR
WELL DRESSED WOMEN
JOHNSTO
Great Alteration
SHOE SALE
" Bargain Table Number One "
������������������������������������������������ ������������������*��* ����������������������������������������������������������������������*���*< ��������������������*
l-i   pair  Men's   Brown   V,       r Call
$6.00  In\ cl       Boots     '      $4.2j
36   pair   Men'.-   Invictus    Duk   Bafc
\\ aterproof Bo as  for     $4.25
Seven-i-i a pairs George A   Si iter's
��        Invictus   $6.00   Patents   for  Men,
��� ,.     $4.00
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"Bargain Table Number Two"
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��� 30 pairs Ladli -' Ami rlcan (.un Mel
rwenty-elght   pairs    Men's    Mai
High  Merit  Boots, made ol  p ��� ���
ent Colt       $4.00 a pair
12 pairs   -Packard''     Men's    $5 50
/Boots   for     $4X0
al Bluchers, oui -;i ������" line ror $3.00
|4.50 Box Calf and Kid Boots fo
$3 5C
X     IS l-aiis odd sizes in Women's $4.50     ; Women's $5.00 cloth Top Hoots f<
and $5. 10  Boots toi
. .  $3.00
$3.:0
Only a tew  pairs left.
���
��� 52 pairs   Women'a   G> idyear ^Velt,
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" Bargain Table Number Three "
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������** ������>*������������������������'���>?
100 pair- vVomen'a $3.00 to $4.00 Tan and   Black   Oxfords   most!;    atzei
_i:  to :;'.��� for $1--0
38 pairs Women's Tan Kid $4.50 American Oxfords  tor     $2i0      J
������������������^������������������������������������������������<^ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**���*c���
"Bargain Table Number Four"
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��� ���
��� Men's J4.50 and $5.00 Boots, in Kid and  Box Call
new, up-to-date '
lasts���for, a pair     $3.5:       ���
30   pairs   Men's  $i.o-��   and  $4.50   Kid   Blucher-
5 3   '
���������������������������������������������������������<���< v, ������;   ����������������������� ����������������������������������������<���'�������*��������*��*��
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Bargain Table Number Five "
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:
���       This table contains-a variety ot B ys   Boots,    Some   of   the    regulai
:
4 prices on sami   irere $2.50 to $3.00.    Now  $1.50 a p?ir
���
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" Bargain Table Number Six "
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���
Men's  Working  Boots occupy this  table.   75 pairs Men's $3.00 to $4.00
strong,  serviceable  Working  Hoot <, for   $2.50 a pa.r
���������������������������������������������������a *������**������������<. .���������.���<5*c�����;���; ���������*o*r>��**a'><.*��*<)<.
--See the Baskets In the store tor   ^."ic and 50c���odds and ends,    a
REMEMBER���
Our Sale is gradually bringing
itself to a close. We have now o; ly
a few hundred pairs of shoes e-
maining on our Bargain Tables,
and it's our intention to rush them
out regardless of cost.
Can you afford to miss this
Shoe opportunity?
Johnston
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of Big Electric Boot. Look for Big Yellow Sign. New Westminster, v.
EON
ESDAY.
FEE.   12.  19C8.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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^^^^^ Follow f.''-r'(-,;-.ri's      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because if IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure j| fabric.
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
��� Five Cents A Bar
QUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FS-NT  STREET
English   and  American   Billiard   Tables,   Bowling   Alleys,  etc.     New   ani
hi I  es   and   supplies   in
R.   H.   CLIBURN
A269S P.  O.  Box   11S6
:"Win,.   Alloy,  Pi nder  St.
VANCOUVER
:   tor   Messrs. Samuel  'May <���:���
���'"ir><0.
ADVERTISEMENTS   IN
Ike
Daily
News
BRING   BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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Northern
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Toronto, St. Paul
AN'n ALL POINTS HAST
St< tlcketi   on   sale    to
European   points.
Special    R'Huced    Ratr-s    Round    Tr
Ratfs   to   Southern   Caiiiornia
For -       ,,:���'��� malion call on o   -'��� rite
r'. E. LANG, Genera] Agent,
130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore
Mail Service
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable fooling.- of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
    The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
ini  tet   '"ii to join the large number of satisfied Depositors,
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money when i ���������    Bible when you require  ii
BANKING LV MAIL A SPECIALTY.
SI AK'I NOW--DON'T DELAY.
New     kstv ivfl_H^H___|
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
rand Trunk Ry.jR CRAKE
Excellent Train Service Between
fhicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
all the principal business centers of
STARK), QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Po to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
ILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., adilress
GEO.  W. VAJjX.
pistant Gen'1 Passenger and Ticket
^Ri'tit, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles' Cold Watches  Trom  ?12.75 up.
Oentlemen's Silver Watches, open
fare, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted.
Chains,  Kings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
==FINEST  AND_FASTEST=
rl
EMPRESSES'4
fains -__. Sfct?am-��r*   it,oooj-a_ras_so��BB-��_roii*.wo
CP.R.   MAIN   LINE.
jeave New Westminster 8::'-'.��
t1"'. 17:20, 18:40.
"rive    New    Westminster
;4;;. 16:30, 18:25, 19:36.
���iverland    express    arrives
ives ].vi;,
11:
10:
TONS
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
12:46,
JREAT NORTH RUN RAILWAY.
����� W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
���V \v. 1.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Now I. tlie time to jmreliase your
tickets If you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
John, February 7th,
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
J-W, &  Y.-VANCOUVRR
����� W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.
Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N  r.__port otHCHON.
pea.e \.w -Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
pe Qulchon 6 p.m.
'-' ;     Qulchon tl a. ra., arrive New
lw Wi -'minster 8:30 a. m.
��� i, Wednesday, and Fridays-
^'- ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
��� New Westminster  5.50,  6.50,  1
8 a- m., and every halt hour there-
" *��� D d. m.
l,v' Vancoiiv.r  for Westminster at
38 hours.
ED
GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
H   E
If
ADVERTISE      "*-
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
t*0U   WANT  HELP.
EIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's  Hospl'il.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  DufTerln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24���....id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av0��ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Bighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2���Agnes and Sixth.
34��� Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R. Station.
Dis] .it. hed by C. P. IL tram al  v
a, m : close fi ii  ni.
Snmas and Seattle, via lluntingdun,
dally.
Millside No. 1, daily except Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, dally except
Sunday, Mails Received at 6:8fi d.ui.
Dispatched by B. C, Electric rallwaj
Cn., 7:4.")  a.  in.:
Vancouver,   No.   1,   dallyexeept Sun
days,   Return mall received 10 am,
Dispatched by Q.N.R train, 8.46 a.m.
Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, Porl Kei1-
Hazelmero, Hall's Prairie, Buna
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and Bouth, also all
points in eastern Btates), daily , \
cepl Sunday. Return malls recejvi I
al 3.30 p.m. Bonaoord Wednesdaj
and Saturdays,
Clayton, Tuesdays  aud Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   8atu>
days.    Return  mail  received  Monday!
and Fridays.
Dispatched by  It. C.  Electric rallw.j
10:30 n. in.:
Vancouver   No.   2;   Victoria,  No.   1,
Con!ral   Park,   daily   except   Sunday
Return mall received at ���'> p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:18 u. in.:
East Burnaby, dally except Bunaaj
Return mails received a1 1:10 p, m.
Disiyitched  by currier  12*00 noon:
Timiii'iliiml, Strawberry Hill.   Tins
days and Fridays.   Return   mails   re
celved Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. hoat 1:80 p.m.
dally   (closes   dally   at   the   same
time during  winter 'noiiths:
Ladner,     Weslliam     Island,     Port
Oulchon,   Steveston,  Sunbury,   (lath
except Sunday,    Return malls receiv-
ed from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's,  Wednesday and Saturday.   Return mall on Wednesdays and
i Saturdays,
Vancouver,   No.   3,   and    Burnnbj
I Lake; closes at 3:80 p.m.; daily   except Sunday.    Return mails received
ut. C p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return     mail    >i
2 p.m.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyler, 4 o. m.:
To  southern     points,    dally  exceiii
Sunday.    Return  mali  11   p,  m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p
in., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary ami Vancouver, No. 9fi (C
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received at.  1   p.  m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2.
Co.ult.Iam, dally except Sunday. Re
turn mail received at 1 p. m.
See Our Bargain Counter
Bi ys any article on the tabic consisting of a large variety
of China and Glassware ranging in price from'
35c to $1.00
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up.
ADAMS & DEAN5
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
8.   K   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  Oeneral   Manager.
A general Banking business transacted,   Accounts  may be opened  and  conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
8AVINGS  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
Clayton s   Book   on
___=__DOGS=
At
PRESENTED   FREE
Ryall's DmgStore
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
w.  it. Gilley���Tel. 122.      Office    Tel.  IB.
O.   BL  Ollley���Tel    29!
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE ANI)  RETAIL    Dh O.KKS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portlan.l 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  Br'ck   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Opera House Bookings.
j Lee WHIiird   Feb. 18
Wilfred L. Sm:ill (violinist)   ..Feb. 20
��� Kerry   Gow    Feb. 28
Dream City   Mar.   2
A Royal Slave  March 24
Si- in New York   April 1
Tbe   Burgomaster    April 8
San Francisco Opero Co April 23
; A College Boy    May 2?
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,0-0.0"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
flranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and 'n London, England,
Nuw York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Oeneral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents In all narts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.      ^     O. IX BRYMNER, Manager
r\  PAYING  BUS-N--SS
- ,       ?,.,.       |     .,.-.      (jr.,"     V;I .*
ifajor  QotehklBS      i   at   Badger
Unci Mont., who Joyed In calling blnj.
self Wild ��1  Bill, thr   I ���   of
Bender's lint.    Not tl - ''.-���������
name, of course, <       ������  ���     wn��
Bill or even William, ��������' that, - > fni as
I know, he had ever seen a wtldoul ���������
would have known :���- rattlesnake ;f li��
bad met one   nnd I t,;n certain tl
no such place as Bender-   Fli I
bnt ii: I ��� ted
self, li [irrini of fact, bis Dame
"��� i Ernest Wllberforce or soraeth m.
_: tliut son. miri _e came orlglnall]
from Bflldwinsvillo. Conn., or som��
such mild, wildcat-oss and nonrattb
snake neighborhood.
iiis finances became reduced, and
tli" time came when something bad to
_i do ��� He determined to take -ip
the vocation of desperado in a pure!;
commercial waj-.
"Badger Rock was at that time s
���man town engaged chiefly in th.
tnulnest ot transferring people I'l-oss
the railroad station to the stages wblet
ran  to certain  gold ami  silver  mines
a great many eastern people, capitalists and so forth, passed through it,
t>ut lew stayed In the place more ihan
a few hour
"One day, a half hour before the
train from tbe east was due. the clerk
of tbe hotel was astonished to see tni*
man enter, clad in most striking cowboy com time, wearing a belt with two
I revolvers and a knife In it and carry-
! Ing a heavy double barreled shotgui
wirli tbe barrels pawed off so that they
were not more than a foot lonu, making a weapon such as is sometimes af-
fected by desperate characters, treasure coach guards, deputy sheriffs or
other individuals engaged In turning
tli"ir bunds against their fellow men.
"Tt is p piece of ordnance which Is
supposed to be loaded w;1h inordinate
charges of poweev nnd irregular slugs
?f lead, it makes an excellent iiim-
{Pinion for one gentleman to wait
around tlie corner with for another
reuii. man who has been telling about
town that he (the first gentleman) Is a
liar.
"To the surprised Inquiries of the
hotel clerk W .lliorfoi-ee explained that
he was now Wilder t Bill, the Rntt'.s-
���nn.e of Bender's Flat, and that all he
asked was 1be simple privileee of wait-
tng behind the bait opc_ door of ths
-fllee tor Pete Smith <3f Patchen's
ranefc. The -.lerk had never heard ot
any of these names before, but as
there was no rule RgAfnst ft ?ie as-
���enterl.
"it was nol IfrUg before the train arrived, and an elderly and correct appearing ninn aluriited and made bis
way toward rhe hotel, ne was, in fact,
a prominent Boston capitalist, nnd this
was his first trip to lhe somewhat extensive region west of tlie Connecticut
river. As he entered the door of the
tiotel his eye caught the muzzle of tbe
Shotgun, with its two cavernous shafts,
apparently about tbe size of sewer
pipe, which projected an Inch beyond
tlie edge of the open door. A glnuCH
behind showed a most murderous iiull-
Ttilual. breathing snort nnd With b!��
finger aiming nervously on both trls
pers. Tbe Moston mini stepped .uicklj
to the clerk -fid whispered:
" 'Who���%ho is that manr
"Tlisfs   Wlldr at   Bill,   the   Rattl*
snake of Bender's Flat,' answered the
ilerk.
'"What-what Is be doing?'
" 'Waiting for Pete SnilUi of Patcft
��n's ranch.' replied tlie clerk.
"'Will -will be shoot hlin.'
���"He will blow bun Into pieces on
less Pete shoots first.'
"1a the ���the ���gentleman expected
toon?' we'nt on the man from tbe Hub.
" 'Pete comes In nt 2:45 for a drink'
"The visitor consulted his watch and
' foued It w.i�� *:30.
���' 'Is there no way to stop such a ter
| rlble tblugT he Inquired earnestly.
"The clerk shook bis head.   'No,' h#
! replied.   'BUI has shot twenty-two men.
��� and, you see, he's got a three cornered
; Ule In his mouth now to file the twen-
I ty-thlrd notch in bis six shooter after
be gets through with Pete. But.' added the -lerk oonfldenMnlly. -perhaps he
could be hired to postpone the operation for ft few hours, say till after yoi
bnv-fr left for the mines.'
I    "The upshot of It was that for -flu
the  Rattlesnake  agreed  not  to  sbo.t_
Pete till after .r> o'clock, nnd the Bos-
ton man a^nin drew n full breath.
"Naturally so easy and rapid n way
; ot making money could not be left uu'
; cultivated, and Wildcat Bill became ft
regnlnr thing behind the hotel door nt
j train tlrm-. He divided profits with the
elerk, and they did a thriving buslnes*
, flis terms ,'or consenting to postpone
; temporarily the awful slaughter of hfc1
1 meiiiy varied from $S to |50, accord-
' log to the means or terror of the sub-
!<fct. Only one attempt proved a total
failure.  This was in the case of a rol-
1 licking youth from Louisville, who sat
���irrwn and announced that he was go
tag to wrr It nnd see the fun.   He wu
1 Unnl .-���   tired  out   by   the  Inexplicable
failure of Pete Smith to arrive.
"The game was kept up several years
i and would perhaps have been still going on had It uot been for nn unfortu
aste accident.   One d.y a man came
j teto the office with a black ebony cane.
Raving a valise In either hand, he was
MUrrylag this enne In a horizontal position under his arm. When the end ot
it poked around tbe door Wildcat Bill,
ihe Rattlesnake of Bender's Flat, vi��
took It for the muzzle of seme sort a_
weipon, uttered an agonised cry, drey
ped bis own gun. leaped through a
srlndow and ran a half mil* for safety It inner red him to each as
that he never returned to hie
��loa and Anally dropped out e. i
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PAGE  FOUR
T-TE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY-.   FEB
- '��(.
Men's
Fashions
for spring 1908 are fully covered by
my magnificent range of new woollens. Every Bhade, pattern and ta rit
that is correct is on display and sale
at
reach the ordinary citizen and we
question if there is a balance on the
rigln Bid< li thr - lose of I'he life of a
Legislature.
True it is that men should accept
nomination for the honor there
Is in being a representative of
his fellows in the councils ol
the nation, but In this young country
we are yel without those rich men
wliir could be endorsed ai the polls,
ani   we  musi   perforce  see  th;it    the
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���PARTNER TO JOIN
first class mechanic iu _a_h
and door business, tc. s-imll capital
required.    Box C.  C.  Dally  News.
Morga
ns
ANTED-  -OUNG   WOMAN   TO
help with general housework;
dignity of the nation is not allowed to  good wages.   Apply Mrs. C. P. Moss,
I,, lowered, L*  her representative nun  435 Agnes Btreet.
living  meagrely,    while    engaged  in  ������	
promoting the country's interests. VIT ANTED ��� ALL    KINDS    OK
There is  another matter    for    con-    * ��       furniture repairing. Pianos and
sideration in  this connection, that  Is  organs    tuned    and    polished,    Hum-
the   suffering   endured   by   members  phreys, Carnarvon Btreet, near    City
W
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, - B.  C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Puljished by the Daily News Pub-
lishing Company, Limited, at their
Offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets,  New   Westminster,   B.  C.
listi ning to the inflictions of their fellow members in the shape of speeches
and we do not wonder thai at the
. ,. ��� of a session the average mem-
h, r needs rest. The Increase projmsed
we think is not a cent too nine!: and
the electorate will breathe easier
d It knows that the expenses of Its
Bentatlves are ''"ing properly and
adequately met,
Bakerv.
W
A N T - 11
any kind.
Sapperton, B. C.
TEAM
Apply
WORK    OP
S. H.  Howell.
Tested Stock Seeds,
Acclimatized
Trees, Plants
For the Farm. Garden, Lawn or Conservatory.
r , :' varieties at reasonable
prices. No borers; no scale; no fumigation 11 damage stock. No windy
agents to annoy you. Buy direct and
get trees and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers. Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Materials, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established nurseries on the mainland of B. C. Catalogue tree.
M. J. Henry's Nurseries
Greenhouses  and   Seed   Houses.
3010  Westminster   Boad.
VANCOUVER,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
NOTICE
On and after
MARCH 2, 1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
W
-NTi-D���YOUNG    GENTLEMAN
employed in office wants hoard
I und   room in   private   family    where
i few  boarders  are  kept.      Apply  Box
j" \.  Dally  Newa office.
HAMS ^
18c per ,b-
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
��.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
Car Thief Escapes. -j-  OST���THURSDAY   AFTERNOON
Bellingham, Feb. 11.���Dreading to J__ on sixth street, black pa-1 al
work at the poor farm as a common leather pur.-,.', containing sum of mon-
laborer, young Harney McCutelian 6y and ticket for conversazione; own-
made a successful "get away" from|er-8 ;la\iress inside. Finder pleas,- re-
the court house this morning about 1
THE
'urn to News office.
..uji q��rj.:.r,:
WEDNESDAY. FEB.  12, 19C8.
o'clock and is still at large. Barn y
was sentenced lust August to serve
one year in the county jail for sending
a street car down into the Squallcum
creek gulch and smashing it to pieces,
F
OR   SALE���DRY
Appl)   !���'.   Lavey,
CORD    WOOD.
Innesi   Island.
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY.  Propr.etors.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water filters, tic.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A I'.TT
Front St. New Westminster
For   ci
Printing
costs no mo
mon   vai ���
Jackson & M
ornson
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily  News  3 _-..
NEW   WHS! .;
Phone  383
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F
JOHN  OLIVER, M.  P. P.
Honest .lohn Oliver is a thorn in the
side of the parrot press of the Conservative party. He has such a strong
vision that he can see through tbe
subterfuges of both ministers and
rank and file, on the riglit of. the
Speaker in the Legislature, and the
latest evidence of the pricking of tbe bray.
thorn is the cours* which honestly
dictated with respect to the proposition of Dr. McGulre to memorialize
ihe Dominion Government to investf
gate the conditions governing the sup-
ply of coul to consumers in this Province.
He is held up lo riJicu
Vaudreull, Que., Feb. ll���Two build
ings   belonging   to  the   Standard   K.x-  For
OR  SALE���HANDSOMEST   RKSI
deuce in city, fine grounds, tennis   court,   best   locality,   corner   lot3.
particulars   write  "Owner.'    P.O.
plosive company at He Perrot, near:
here, were wrecked iby an explosion
this .afternoon and nine employees
killed. The victims -in-: Bobllliard,
Boyon, Moyeau, Monaud, Rouseau, La-
france, Degault,    Payant    and    Duin-
Box 245, New Westminster, B.  C.
To rent���large furnished
house, excellent grounds, orchard, etc. Apply "Owner," P. O.
Box 24-"'. New Westminster, B. C.
VV. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
0ll��r.   Block.    New Wemfinin.tcr.  *.C
Westminster
Transfer Co
riffles 'Phone 1X5.       burn   r-none 181
Columbia 8t.
Baggage  delivered    promptly  to  *nj
part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram  DeDot
Ihe Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Labor  Contractors
New Westmin-:.
Box  ft
Massage
facial, scalp, or bod    I -      eats g
In your own home.    Al
For engagement ring up A
They've Arrived!
Toronto, Feb. 12.���Prominent horsemen from many parts of the Dominion
are in Toronto for the annual horse
show- of the Ontario Horse Breeders'
association, wliicb opens in St. Lawrence arena today and will continue
because Tie ' until Saturday.    Many  prize  winning
W"
lNTED���TrREE PRUNING AND
Spraying. Orders left at West
Side Grocery. Charges reasonable
Satisfaction guaranteed.
W
NTED���TREE   PRUNING    BY
contract.   E. .1. Fisher, gardener, Bedford House, or phone 39.
THE    FIRST    SPECIAL    SHIPMENT     OK     EARLY      SPRING
WOOLENS
moved an amendment thereto, -That  Shires,   Hackneys,   Clydes,   standard
a select committee of tbe Provincial   breds and ponies are included In the
Legislature be named to make the en-; display,
quiry" and as the medicine sheet puts
it "butt into  this affair of Dominion
concern."     Dr.   McGutre.   failing  anything else   to  make  him  conspicuous
"butts  in"   and  no doubt   under    hi.
leader's sign that he does not want to
be bothered with the freshness of the
young man. is ready to throw t'he onus
upon the Government at Ottawa.
It would appear that ias the grievance is only felt in the cities of the
coast and that at very little expense
a select committee of the Legislature
could get the evidence, an 1 then, If
there was any cause for Dominion interference, the Government at Ottawa
would be called upon to act. We have
heard these coyotes snapping lie-
cause of the number of royal commissions created on what they deemed trivial matters, any one of which was far
more needed than the one proposed by
this neophyte in politics, which if
named would furnish fresh fuel for the
reptile press to heap condemnation
on the best Government the Dominion
ever saw.
TED���STORE    16
WA.N_i_i_���HTOftJ-    IB    or
Good   locution.    Apply
20x40
It.     A.
Dailv News.
IN ALL THE L.V
AND PATTERNS.
HiGH CLASS IN
TICULAR,    AND
"EST  SHADES
THEY  ARK
EVERY   PAR-
we   i.\.ii>:
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Coil* no more than the
cheap imported salt -��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
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GRAND
Masquerade BALL
���AT THE���
Eagles' Hall
��� ON ���
FRIDAY, February 28
DOR SALE���BEST FIR CORD-
* wood, $6.00 a cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, .60 Columbia street. Phone
85.
T ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
-*-^ after January,1st. Corner 4 th
Ave. and C;_ street. All conveniences.
YOUR  INSPECTION   AT
The UNION TAILOR SHOP
J.N. AITCHISON    Columbia Street
QOOKSLEY'S
10
ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit lard.    Adjoining1 land is held at
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
K-BBrs
:=������::���������:������������ ^������^������^������^������. ������'.��� ������ ������ ������ *��� ������ ������ ������ ������ ���
We
Known
Souvenir
Admission $1.00
Tickets  to  be had
Store.
at
Ladles Free.
Ryall's Drug
TELEPHONE SYSTEM.
Alderman Fader, If he .succeeds In
getting anything like a reasonable service from the presenl telephone si -
tern win do more to save souls than
all the pastors we have.
Bad language in this city ls direel
Ij attributable to the mlseral le return
which subscribers gel for their monej
;/;.'''. we venture to a iserl thai not one
bU-taafias man. or possibly one b iu
iioldi r, can be found who will defen I
ifae apology tor a telephone system we
. In operation in New Westmin-
tter.
We were willing to wall until the
antiquated scrap gave place to a modern system, but the system, poor as it
��� is, is not handled ln the interest, of
the subscribers, and those whose
nerves are wrecked, and whose patience hs exhausted wlll hail with delight the determined alderman, who
has power to act, making things lively
tor Chose who are responsible tor the
present legalized robbery.
If the present system were handled
bo get the best out of it, no complaint
woiud be heard and there would be a
willingness on the part of the company's patrons to wait for better
tilings when the central is removed to
its new quarters.
Asiatic
Exclusion  League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER-
A General Meeting
will be held
Friday Evening, Feb. 14
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you 7
No wander after the hard winter.
Few can stand it.
Put oa a new one of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastio roofing and
wilt stand all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, tun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It it we-lber-proof and fire-re*
Bitting,
Will not melt, "rack or rot.
Most: stisily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
.ampler, trad [xri---.
at S  o'clock,
��� IN ���
POST  CARDS
of New  Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Qamon's  Cigar   Divan
tr Advertise the town we live tn  I y
i     mailing Picture Post Cards to juir
friends-
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  8trB8t
NEW   WE3TMINSTER.   B.   C
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SWEATERS
We are showing the newest in Men's
and   Boys'   Sweaters  and  Jackets.
I J. Eugene Brown & Co
CLOTHIERS AND  HABERDASHERS.
P. S.���1-4 Size Collars
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St. Patrick's Hall
REV.  .1.  S.  HENDERSON and
wiil address tlie meeting.
All Interested are Invited ba  tl tend.
T. TURNBULL, President
J. D. TAYLOR, Secretary,
TJ.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
Leo. Mueller   !
I -A Special Line of
Good Things
THE INCREASED INDEMNITY.
We can agree with the "News-Advertiser" when it asserts that the Indemnity paid to members of the legislature is not  in the nature of sakiry.
'I"he break made in A member- business or profession by his attendance at
the session should be met by adequate
compensation; there are also many-
calls upon the purse nf a repreaenti-
tlv.j in tlie House    which    does    not
Our Mutual Interests
The interests of this bank are identical with those of every re-
siKinsilile 'liuslness man and farmer in Western Canada. Our funds
are yours and every dollar deposited with us is invested to your advantage���in the West for the West.
Ilighist interest paid and compounded, quarterly.
��� NORTHERN BANK
Capital  Paid   Up,  $1,200,000-
Rest and   Undivided   Profits, $116,000
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
i ers in Ladies' and Gents'
.   FINE HAIR OOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
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WANTED
Applications are Invited by the
Burnaby Municipality for the office of
Clerk, Assessor and Collector; salary
$85 per month,   Guarantee or fidelity
required in sum of $2000 policy paid
by Council. Duties commence on
March 1, 1908. Applications to be in
by noon on tho 1,'ith Instant, nd-
dressed to Reeve Byrne al. the Municipal Hall and marked "Application tor
Clerkship."
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Beef Tenderloins,
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd.
Telephone 101
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- folds 'Hi the Bklrt,  ���- th short Kimona and Butterflj  Sleeves.
'  Splendid Line of Man Tailored Suits at        $15 to $18.50
Five Hundred
NEW SKIRTS
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,i. H   ; rownlee, C. v . Dominion ac i
B. C. ! -.11 Burvt yor, h.is opened an ol
Evi .-.;���- vice.
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sli      s I ivo evenings
i Come to the Big Furniture Store
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so,- ety, apnointed to i e\ si ot
la nnd cb dret  .    incj worh (of
flee in the Qulchon Mock. Phone S88. '   lh,    -hlbltlon have it inded In   its re
pot! to the secretin j �� iclel -
Tlie committee has .' no .i ureal deal ���
W I'urn lull, of thi oust oms lepat I
ment, who has been serlo India
posed with pleurlsj tor Borne weeks
Is now well on the waj to complete re
ooverj. and u ill I e a le to Ir ave hit
a 'ine within the ui'\; feM d.-.>>
of wot u iii connei tli ti �� li li tlu Its'
and has expunged , imbi n ��� ��� ������
lete rl.issi's. adding sovenal uew ones
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F .- Black Voiles. A score of beautiful, distinctive
est tones of Light Grey and Tan: with all manner
folds, and all moderately priced.
styles.    The lat-
of    pleats    and
Smart Spring Jackets
Mew Herringbone stripe, ot Fawn and    Brown.      Prices    range
trom     $5 to $15.
w Harrison, one ol the D. i 15. 11
conductors, returned yesterdaj rom n
two months' vlsll to his ol '��� wnis ai
Kuu- irditii'. Bruce couni) I III ��� �� as
ihe Aral time he had been orbI foi
six years, and the warmth of his wel
come was oulj oqiiiftllod bj Ihe colli
ness nt the weather, He it'iiorti ^''|x
Among the attractions which have uttla snow wesi <ri the Rockies, bul a
reoentlj  been  booked  for the Opera superabundance of the "beautiful" li
House are the following: Lee Wlllard  m evidence from Winnipeg cunt.
company,  I'Yh   Is. Wilfrid  L. Bmall
violinist, Feb. 20, mill thr' San Fran
cisco Opera company, April S3,
For Estimates On
CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS *n��i FURNITURE
I'lices tn Suit \ft__l  Pocket I''.-i-      I'all an.l In-:)',-. -.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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let. close In, tor sale al s bargain;
four rooms, panty, etc., down stalr_,
live bedrooms, etc., up Btalrs; posses
slon bj May 10. Look thla lip without
delay.   Abbott & Hyde.
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OOUUMBIA   :��iitiii      Nt-w wpnt MiNui Pit.
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Aii eutcrlalnmenl  wlll be given at
the residence ol Mrs, Meredith bj tha
women's auxiliary of the Royal Co
A number of cases occupied the al    luinhlnn hoipttal r>n  Friday    evening,
tention of the police court yesterday.  February 21, when a Birthday party
Frank Hayes, i mere youth, appeared will be held tor Che purpose ot raising
on 'ii charge of assaulting T. Webber, funds to be uaed in the   purchase   rir|(,
another youth, The coiiiplniniint stilted   needed linen for the hospital     A  pin
that Hayes had twice assaulted him, gram of musical   numneri   win   bt
striking  him  In   the  stomach  on true   given,  after   which   refreshments   will
.__... ��� ... ".' lie served.
Public Supply Stores ii
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
The Builder's Opportunity
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The funeral took plaoe yesterday ofl
the late Mrs. MoDonald, <���!' Agasslx,I
will)  riled   mi   Kutnlin      lu   ViiiH'iinier i
The deceased lady wai over BO years ,,
The Royal Citj is I'.ir-iaiiieii as   ,-i of age, and in- her own r��qu��sl   her
city of homes.   M    has   a delightful remains were laid to rati  alongside
situation, sloping gentlj to the south, tho*) ol her huaband, who wb   burb I
with .i magnificent view of the moun In the t. 0. 0   i-'  cemetery, Bappur
tains, ami the i-'i-i-r-r river,   The city tob,  over fourteen    rears    ago
owns the entire water  frontage, and special oarc onveyed the caskel f :
Columbia Itrtti
Npw    W��il ruinator.   B    C flrniiB   U-"
Increase Your Appetite
A   gOOd   ii|i|ii'IHr>  In   ii   liixui  _0I lr�� IrP dMplg.-i '"'I If vmii   imlal.   |
quires n rttu�� humoring try I bottle t��r ollv_< IhoiiliJ y_u ftlrsady
be acquainted wiih ihio appetliln. _ello&o} ouf itoob nl _Ut-8 is
complete god would iRtlity the _wii MiMtlBti
u i. ii,nvn jiiri reeeived �� Itfse IfflpOftft-l-B ot "ic 6_oleeei selected
Ounnn Ollvi>�� mui In nrdm   tn liilroilui'o   lltla   lirnnil  fc��   lh��   iniMir    we
ll||.    llfl'l'llllH    llir'lll   III     PrlOeS   Hill'     Wlll    IippPHl    t<l    ��U    _,IHHHH��|1*D1 q
I ROM!  | 5c per IxtllU* nnd tipwnnte
.is < okIIiiK to jpiIjtc.
T. H. SMITH
51 Acres at
uitlam Junction
Is offering greal Inducements to man
Cacturers to come here     Man;   ho
i iken advantage of   ihe   city's
tlbenal  terms,    There are ovet   si
Industries here  now, employing ovei
2000 men   canneries, saw mills, plan
���.TaOHtf  mg mills, shingle mills, sash and doo
factorli s,   llstillerles, breweries,    ma
.   cj1jne   hops, rice and oal meal mills,
glos i :'a torj. pipe factory, and i large
tannery.   Sapperton  is the  manutai
turing centre, and the men i mplo ���
there must have homes; and a hi re In
New Westminster could  be found    ���
more delightful place   to   |jye   that
Riverview park.
Wo are rifrermg thr; whole ol this
be intlf tl ; ark, in blocks of ��. 8 > 18
lol -. a<      ������ ���������' ��� price.   Th,. statem ��� il
Price, $50 an acre on easy terms.   Adjoining land
is sold for $100 an acre.
Investigate this.
Vj.n_.uvei. togothoi  ��lth Wis relstl
nnd  friend   of  tht   dew i n A,  lo Iht
i emetei
The Children's Ward soe etjt I    i
lively working for the puri   ���
falning  luff i It ni  iii    to hirnl h
ward for < hlldreo In the lire- il folum
blaa hospital,   Several   hundteds   ol
dpllara are itUl required, whb li   '
socfet)  -i".'' ' >" ral s by means
oclals and  coneerti, In  ft4dltlon !"
the subscrlptloti i reci Ived by thtt ea.
vasslng  -.niii'-i i -. of   Mb ���    <>"''!i
on f''iidav. Bt, Valontine1! Day, n '���
Test for Visual Acuteneeej
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YOU MAY DIE
P. PEEBLES ��
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Estate
���70 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Websdale & Hardwick
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DVERT15E   IN  THE   NEWS
you can verify by Inquiring the prlcfi   *j~����"*
of the adjViin'ng property.    Tho park   SRW-S-aT*
is   laid   out  at   eonstdersble   com   for   w_  oiFFOMD, Optician,  Columbia  9t,
th.-  convenience  of   purchaser*     T>-	
Streets are wide, and lots !ari;r..   .
lanes  at rear.    Alberta  Hirer--   Ih    already opened from our property to ''"-
lumbia street.    We bsiiere we     ���
truthfully when we say that any man Buiidef-   ftttO
who buys a bunch of then, iota w��l| CotltfCtorg...
le  his  money.     They are worth |
n   ���"'::-   4 ���  '���   right,   now.    We   havei
sold a number of blocks already. Don't | All kinds of carpenters work. Oen-
f.ii! to tool; over this property. UwilljeaU repairs and alterations. Estl-
rtand inspection. Act. quickly. $10, mates free for all kinds of frame
Starts You. For particulars apply to j btilldlngs. Shacks built on the short-
any real estate firm in the city, or to j _gt notice.
on. of the owners, J. W. Ney, Windsor P^ O. Box 815. Office St. Andrsws
hotel. New Westminster, B. C. i I Street, between 8th and 9th St.
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMOR
ROW WHAT WOULD tf&OMl
OF YOUR WIFE AND CHILD
REN 7 WHY MOT TAKE OUT A
POLICY THAT WOULD ASSURE
THEM OF A YEARLY INCOME
WHEN IT WOULD COST YOU
BUT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAH.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE   HALL   OF   FAME.
CantM, the tenor, who is Neapolitan
hy l'irth. started in his teens to become an enpineer and joined a sap-
in :- regiment in Italy.
Winston spencer Churchill, undersecretary for tlie colonies for (Be Itrit-
i-!. L-irvernnient. has Ireen made u privy
councilor iu recognition of his work.
Bertha Krupp, the heiress of the late
great (.ermuii Ironmaster, Who was recently married, bus received a new title. "Queen Krupp." Her Income goes
ii. Increasing, us do ber state and
power.
John l>. Rockefeller bus his wigs
made by Andre Autard. He is a
Frenchman -with a shop in the best
quarter of Paris and 1ms as patrou9
many of the wealthy bald heads of the
���u ia Id
Among the Christian Scientists on
tlie stage are David Bi-pbam, Whitney
Mockredge, William Norrls, II. Claj
Barnabee, Mary Ellen Lease, the lecturer, and Clara Louise Hurnham, author ami reader.
Sir AVilfrid Laurier has conditionally
accepted an invitation from Burlinir-
ton. Vt. to attend the tercentenary celebration of l_ike Cbamplaln's discovery in 1909 and to interest Canada In
the movement If possible.
Several millionaires have come from
the ranks of telegraphists. The most
notable examples nre Mr. Carnegie,
Who was first a messenger at Pittsburg and then an operator at !>-.�� a
month, a_d Mr. Edison, who was a
telegrapher.
When Grant M. Curtis wanted to
leave his place as a reporter on a Quln-
cy (111.i newspaper to start a chicken
farm, his father rebelled. Now Curtis
Is the president of the American Poultry association and one of the best authorities on all matters pertaining to
that industry ln America.
General Luis Terrnzns, whose wealth
ls estimated in the hundreds of millions, lately celebrated the seventy-fifth
anniversary of bis birth at bis home in
Chihuahua, Mexico. Terrazas ls said
to he the largest Individual landowner
ln the world, bis estates in western
Mexico covering 15.000.000 acres.
The Earl of Buchan was to the end
of his life, although eccentric, a great
social favorite nnd "a terrible old flirt."
On leaving a room he would take leave
of tlie prettiest young lady with old
fashioned courtesy and say, "Goodby.
my dear, ami pray remember that
Margaret Countess of Ruchan Is not
Immortal."
HE KINGFISHER.
VhIiihIiIi-   I'fbhlek.
Between the northern point of Long
Island and Watch Hill lies a row of
little islands, two of which, Plum is
land and Goose Island, possess a peculiar form of mineral wealth. It consists in heaps of richly colored quarts
pebbles, showing red, yellow, purple
and other hues, which are locally called
agates. They are used in making stained glass windows, and there is a sufficient demand for them ln New York
to keep the owners of one or two sloops
employed In gathering them from the
beaches, where the waves continually
roll and polish them, bringing out the
beauty of their colors.
For 10 Days Only
WE ARE GIVING
10 per cent Discount
ON ALL OUR
NEW WHITEWEAR
Ladies'  .onset (���<>���.���;���< from 25c to $4
Ladies' Drawers, rrom  35c to $4.C0
Ladies' Skirts, from . ..$1.25 to $14.00
Ladles' Combinations, from $4.50 to $3
Ladies' Chemise, trom ...50c to $2.35
La lies' Gowns, from $1.00 to $.3.50
Remember   this   opportunity   only
lasts ten days.
11   only,   Ladies'   Press  Skirts,  Mines
from S5.50 to $10.00; to clear at $3.50
McQUARRIE   &   CO(
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.     Phone 333 FRONT ST.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
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no's a big. saucy bird.
nis coat is of a grayish blue color.
lie dwells from Labrador to Florida
n�� measures from twelve to thirteen
Inches.
In fruit of eacb eye he has a saucj
white spot.
His wings nnd short tall are minutely speckled.
His crest is rakish nnd extends to
tho back of bis neck.
ne ls more aloof than of yore because nearby streams are fished out.
He perches on a branch over a
stream and waits for his unsuspecting
dinner to swim by.
In catching a fish he drops, dives,
and then there's a struggle. He returns to bis bough with a flsb in bis
mouth.���St- Louis Beau iii if.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deaicr* in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
' Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
COAL! COAL!
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COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE i FRONT STET, FOOT OF SIXTH,
'Phone   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
A BRIDGE CURIOSITY.
Kl   llnrn,],,.
The modern meaning of El Dorado
may be traced ns follows: One of l'i
wirro's men said that he had discovered a land of boundless wealth between the Orinoco and tlie Amazon.
'Jliis country was named LI Durado,
and many adventurers, among them
Sir Walter Raleigh, endeavored to find
It: hence the name has come to tue/in
a golden country of the mind, a fabn
Ions land of fabulous wealth, much an
Cockaigne, a fancied land of luxury
nnd idleness.���New York American.
llapplnm. and lluuK.r.
**My Idea of perfect happiness." ssld
the seedy philosopher as he made bis
fourth round trip to the free lunch
counter, "Is to be In a position to go
luto the swellest restaurant, put my
hand over the price list of the menu
���nd order what my taste dictates, Irrespective of tbe demurs of a diminished
wad."
A   rorpecllon.
Bertie���Father, what is an egotist?
Father���ne is a man who thinks be ia
smarter than any one else. Mother���
_ly dear, you are scarcely right. The
egotist is the man who says that he Is
Btnarter than any one else. All men
think they are!
Appropriate.
Youn;,' Widow (at the animal seller.)
���I want a dog. Animal Seller-Yes,
madam; while, gray or brindled?
Young Widow���No. Black���all black
I nin In deep mourning.���Nos I.oislrs.
Haa  CoBtlnaoo.   Life.
Venus���And what do you do when
Bot engaged In archery? Cupid���Oh,
I'm kept busy rbvnii.e with stupid I���
Tuck.
Odd   Structure   In    Mexico   Ballt   of
Solid   MahiiKini).
As mahogany is among tlie most cost
ly woods in tlie world, It may well be
Inferred that ihis tropical material is
not very extensively employed In the
construction rif buildings, etc. A bridge
constructed rif solid mahogany is cor
tnliily a rarity, a curiosity. There is
one, claimed to be the only one In the
tvorld, built of that material. This
structure Is located in the department
of l'ali'iii|iie, slate rif Chiapas, republic
if Mexico. This district lies In tbe extreme southwestern pari of Mexico,
near the boundary line of Guatemala,
This mahogany lui,Ige Is constructed
entirely ut lhat valuable wood except
loine linn supports, braces nnd nails
that are necessary, The bridge spamg
the itio MIchol, and its total length, Including approaches, exceeds 150 feet,
while the width Is fifteen feet. It Is
used by both tennis and pedestrians,
and, although somewhat rude and
primitive In construction, It Is very
substantial.
None of tbe timbers of the flooring
were sawed, for in that region there
are no sawmills, but were hewn ami
split.
In that section ot old Mexico there
are several very large rubber plantations, and mahogany trees are rpiite
common. In clearing away the tropical
forests for setting out the young rub
ber trees the mahogany growths ��ru
also cut down and removed. As this
wood is quite abundant, some of it was
used in building the bridge.���American
Inventor,
The 9hi-o Tinnc.
Pa Twaddles Well, what's the mat
ter now',' Tommy Twaddles- Ma soya
I mtuitn'1 uever say a word while she'*
In the room. Ma Twaddle.--Why. n��. 1
didn't, il..'i.-, ( stud y m mustn't Intei
nipt wiiii. t.��� talking, Tommy-
Win, l'i    tha    il u 'i-i-.'-i-'t ��� Cevolond
Ir-ttiff-�� tplilll  IIkIiI.
When Irving first appeared tn a cer-
j tain midland town critics declared thai
i his curious mannerisms of voice, g.iit
, and gesture destroyed  his chances of
I becoming a great actor.   How Irving
' confounded his critics by creating tri
1 umpn niter triumph and redeeming the
I English stage from the charge of tne
dlocrlty is now a  matter of history.
This great Shakespearean actor rose
from,the ranks te the bead of his pro
fession by sheer rorce of his histrionic
power,   ability   and   originality.    And
Withal In' was one of lhe most kindly
of men, generous to a fault when tbe
distress nnd troubles of others nam*
under bis notice.~-London Mall
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
j equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on .till their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
U4 Third St.. cor Alder Portland. Or.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots _, ". 4, 5, 9, in, 12, 13, 14, 15.
16, 17. IS, 19, 20, 2i, 60, 71, 72, 73, 74
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from 5125 to $200.
C room house cm Hamilton street,
all modern improvements. One lot
from car line; lot 60x132- Price $1400,
ICi'O cash, balance in monthly payments.
S room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. J1000 cash,
balance on time.
3% acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced. Price $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66xM2 ft., S. V. of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street. 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot. 20. block L facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$600ii; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged .at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
Phone 3J3
at the ,
160 acres, less 3',_ for new railway,!     Full sized Lot . St
Township 4, Sec. U| all bottom land,   ol  Regina  St.,   : ""li
under grass, suitable for dairy farm; ! avenues,  w. .-���   . *"* tt
t"   acres under-drained,    ditched  all ' $400;   half cash. Pri��
round and fenced around and through      4  LoU    Sl^]v
centre;
r,huh  house;    barn  40x75,
sufficient feed  tor about 300 bead off
stock.    Price  $8000;   terms  one-third
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES
Lot  22,  block     B,    between
Hoffe.de and Thomson house, Carnar
von street; full size $1600.
' ' "       Bt]
roru
shed and 4 rooms
,:. ���      third cash.
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile | Sapperton; 5 rooms
from station on new car line.
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Kitchen aarl
shed.    $1000 each, ,
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES   _,ack loam _
ploughed and cleared and dykei- _
160 ACRES  about  two  miles  from ; g, 14 Sfcct_ 5    $7- p(.p ^^ ���  -J> N,
Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleared j cash, one-third 3 . ,"^m
an.l  partly  fenced,  good   house,  barn ! months. "
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $176u!
cash, balance to be arranged. 'UI*' ������������ fac'ns 8th Avenue,
4   lots   cleared,   small   hnniu  ._ ,
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.   h ,h,lkf,S     , ' Ctlck��
"ouse, iu cnieken.s    f.-aci-i   i,,���i���,
Lot 8;  south side of the river, near  __,.- $1500i $]  '"ch*.
bridge.    $300;   half cash. __��,_._       . ,
i     6 ACRES good  loam Boil
2   LOTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner  of;
10th Street   and    St. Andrews.    Price j
$1050; half cash.
'���roup J,
Lot  1C,  corner   Blui   Mountain roaj
and  Brunette  road,   si nth bide; (.
roomed   house;   parlor,  dining iL
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and j kitchen and threr p]ast
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x J
ed;
conservatory   ,n ,.;   ],, (���,.
132;  Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable; bat.
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
15 bearing fruit trei
stock ready to plant out; 2 ;epbeet
5 acres cleared, light timber on nl
mainlng acre; all fenci I; ;., _;|,
, from school. Price $3000; half cath,
bal. in 6 months at T ; ei ci nt,
1 Lot 88x132,
$800  cash.
4t!i   a.- ;,
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160  acres,   2
miles
from c
Ity.
540 per
acre
Two
lots on
ISth
street,
be-
t u een
7th and
Sth  avenues
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush .Insets and all connected with sowers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %���
3 LOTS, B, 6 _. T, full sized an}
j cleared, upper side ol \ - nue. be-
tween 1st and 2nd Stn Price $500
! each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from Isl Street ni
j 6th Avenue on south Bide, No. 35,H
'37 & 38, full size.   Price 5.110C for the
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double tenement house, 4th Are,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lol Price $1,7001
cash half and half in 6 m mt_j atlfc
Rents for $10 each tenant,
40 acres '. section 11. N. _ nf E .
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles trom Midge of
Haworth road, Surrey; hun.-' 18x8,
lt�� storey house, 3 rooms anished.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
$5,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, \% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property Is only ',. mile from
tram Hue. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
Lots  14   and   15 of  1  of 6    of     4
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent. other 3 can be added _ps
shack;   1',_   acres  cleared anil seeded
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of w.th clover, red; fairly easily cleared
3, cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal- One  mile  from  Bhingle  mill.    Price
���  ������ ... ���, , ,_.������_, $1,200;.   terms half cash, balance li
ance, 6 months at  , per cent. mo_Ihs _t . ,,
Six lots, 50x150, outside  city  Hmlta WesterIy 4   n of ,;:;   s,s  B]Ki<
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on 132x132 corner 100 feet Bquare;  two
enquiry. houses drawing $2S per month. Pric*
$5,000, half cash, balance in 0 and l!
HOUSE and LOT months. .
Centrally  located in a commmandiug
._.,.,                           .           , 160 S.L.   M of Section 26, Dist. U
situation;   lhird   avenue,  at   foot   "f 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creei
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey running through; good road; one mil*
house.   Tan rooms (recently papered) north   of   Webster's corner;   bhingle
All   modern  conveniences;     hot    and mill and P.O. at the west <-'���'.:��� r;tlni
,    ,      ,           , her worth $7 per acre; cedar ani lir.
cold   water,   bath.   Hush   closet,  lava- 4 ra1l(,s    from    Port    Ha-ey,    Price
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot $2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance w
66x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot ranged.
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750. Large lot and  two cottages on O
$1,500 rash, balance arranged. lumbla street, Sapperton.   Both rentei
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres at $10 each,
cleared;  barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.; -_e a_(] __e.half s[on,v h0U8eMd
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 m  ^ ,      gUuated nor,h slde o(
casn, balance easv. _      .                    .                , .���..m.-n
Royal avenue and corner of .Mi'tonM
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Conimur. street; 9 rooms; bath room, hm ani!
about   70   acres,   only   $25   per  acre cold  water, closet;  woodshed; young
Half cash.   Jump. bearlg  fruit trees;   streets cn three
7 lots Nos. SI to 86 and 96, 95 faces ,,de8J   flne vlew-    PrIce $1'800' '*
I 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a-.stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;   $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 8. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queea'i
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'*
Ave.; \62xl22 feet; all cleared; '^e
alongside and back. Prim $1,000;
half cash, balance easy at 7 ',
150 acres Improved land, building!
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, he- j aC(i sh<-ds complete, near Cloverdale;
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
daily at 3:15; makes close connections for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
A-ent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Subdivision of iot 46, block 6, coin-
prising some of the finest residential
sites In the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property Is
situated on the cor_ors of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue ani
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, (2 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lota, $400. Call at our office on
Fro-nt street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
mouth.   Only\ $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$260; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950. cash.   Single lots at cash.
all under cultivation, $15,000. If fOO
can handle this, don't delay: it's ���
bargain; terms can be arranged,
��rFor the above four properties i
special price will be made to one p��r-
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between i-
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 d"*
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kl''
chen and pantry. Full sized lol rua��
ning back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
No. 310.���9-roomed House and bath j $1,500 cask, balance at $500 I*'1' l'wf
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   i_   cash, I at 7 per cent.
balance 8 and 6 months at 7 (;. __ ���,,.   ���_���,_
_,     ���������    . , Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue.
No.   312.-S-roomed   House   and   bath  north side bptwee_ Fir8t flBd Second
room, Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   % i streets   N��   5   6 and 7     Price JW
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.   | each _; .���00 '_. ^ three
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
Spring; houce IS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32;   14-post  frame house  and  co*
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear
eii. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; i_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 <",.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with batb
room, corner of 6lh and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms i_ cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 </c.
Full sized lot, north side ol Hamilton street between Sixth ami K1-""1
street-; $226.
28   acres on
$160 an acre   FOR
Mara road, Burnaby.
FEW   DAYS
stables, three in all, stable S cows and  0NLy    0-e.quarter -asll,   balanW
2 span horses;  near Mission Station; \m 2 year_
near    at    hand;
schools,    churches
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street
snllt!>
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been j Side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash
logged;   $2,000   refused  for   standing'    ���,__,_        . , .,,,���. ]0
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
Block 12 on 12th St., eot side
full sized lots.   Price $2,800. one
���third
house made of hewed timber laid m cash, bai. 6, 12 and 18 month.
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life
time, 99,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent
4 lota on Fifth Street. 11
|1,tt
!S-b. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 each,
cash, balance $ months at f %
halt "Ec
-90S.
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asl six months' residenc;
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E.W.GILLETT ef_.!Y^
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['.                    -   acres la extent, in TAK               E that application has gina     ,     . .      ..
.> homestead.   Join eei                       ster Margem Dob-     VANC0_. ��_. NAN. ,, .   R0UT,
land will not meet this bie as ���          ... Fei Simple, und                            a. a. j
a Tax S . :rom S. A. Fletcher.      . ���
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a Tax S .  :rom S. A. Flo-.:.
- mother, if the    to M ' ***** ^te '��� -�� e
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SOCIETIES
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i __g_ room   .  6, c   VI   hall  Os I
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<VS0)  acres In extent, in
ol the homestead, or up- Wes        -''"��� !n '���������e Province o? Brit
.   tead  entered  for by him !:"';   ''"'���'���'���  N        ���     ���'     lirlyknown
I nlty, such homesteader ma] s Lota 18 to 2a. Iiiolu-
ils own residence duties by ��� '������-  being  parts  of Bout--
\\ th the father  lor mother). west       Se tion 2, Township 16.
OP  RIVER
trai t of I md an I       m ses situate, lying and     ing    .    .-  District of Nrw   m__iona__
From  N   \V. T'.i..   '.:,>..   i am
From Chwk, Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 s.m
-   BRUNETTE. No. 4099,'tO.f.
-  ..' in tli*
-.:   >  o'cl .-������   in  th�� small
LOWER   FRASER    Rl\ ER.
S. s. Transfer,
S ...     r leaves \"ew  '.'��� esl
;.   The term "vicinity" in the two      you _nd each ot you are required  mll��ter Monday, Tuesdaj Wednesday,
paragraphs  is   defined    as   t0 , ,-tes, the claim of the tax pur-   n""****.  !:';      -    '   ;^ '   ���"   !
it more than nine miles in . chaser within forty-five days from the   p ra'    x'"' '' V'  '        '' :> m'
1  .     ' line, exclusive "f the width  ���_*�� nf ti,���  flr.,   mihitM+in- ��f n.i.! Mondaj
date of  the   first   public ition of this
I  shall
.  -llowances crossed    in    the notice  upon  you,    otherwlsr
Ineasurement. register  Margaret   Dobbie   as   owner
\   homesteader   intending    to thereof in fee.    And  1  hereby direct
m   his  residence  duties  in   ac- thai publication of this notice for one
I with the above while living month in a dally newspaper publish-
I ents or on farming land own-' ed at New Westminster will be good
I  :       himself 11111?! notify the agent ,-:,i   gufilcient service there<rf.
I:           district o; such intention.
Six m inths' notice ln writing must
be given :<> the Commissioner of Do
Iminion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
|- ror patent.
\V.  W.  CORY.
|Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
\   B.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement  will not be paid
Dated at the Land Registry offlc?
N, . \\. itml er Pr ivlnce of British Col . this 29th day of August,
A. D. I9i :.
C.  S.   KKITH.
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Bsq.
PROFESSIONAL.
w.
NORMAN  BOLE,  K. C,    BAR-
rister and Solicitor.    Chamb-
Canadlan   Hank   of   Commerce
.\. -,��.  Vv eatmlnster, B, C,
A.
rVHEALL-R, liAKitiSTi'.li. Solicitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Weatmlfl
ster.    Phone 113,
tilTitSIDE  _   EDMONDS, Barrl
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application lias
I n  made    to register    M.  \V.   Min-  .uildln
thorne as the owner  In  tee Blmple,
under a tax sale deed from the mayor
in i treasurer of the city ot New West-
ter, ���'> M. \Y. Mintliorne, bearing
the 10th day ot Februar .   _.D.
1904, of all and s'ngular that certain
el or tract of land and pre i lees
ite,  lying and  being in  the c ty
'    ' ��  Westminster, in the province
')f British Columbia, more particularly
: and described as;   Subdlvijl in
block "A" of the middle acre of
outh half of tin
1     1 urban block 12, map 566.       | Clarckson and  Lome sints. Vancou
Von and each of you are required to   ver, rooms 21, 21 146 Qranvlile street
est the claim of the tax purchaser  Joseph Martin, K. C.i J. W. Weart, \V
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Si .    Westminster,
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Barrlstors, solicitors, etc, Offices
south halt of  New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
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Tues :       V . Ines lay,   Phui - la;    S U
in d ;.   ..   : . -.'.     l'riil....   6 a.m.   Addl
tlona) trli   Sat    la    '.,'.���,<���    .. inei  al
:,  p.m
NORTHERN B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
r- .'., . Ictori i '. I ;���.;.. 1st and 1Mb:
from Vancouver at 8 m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skldegate on firs: trip and Bella Cools
in -  and trip.
RIVERS  INLET,  VAN   AN.A.  LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m, every Wednea
day, from Vancouver    10   n.ni. ever..
Thursday.   Returning arrives al Van
couver Sunday afternoon; al Victoria
Mon '���... n ornlng, via Ladysmit-,
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m ; ar��
rivi 8 Nanaimo l p.m,
Leaves Nanaimo S.itiinliy 2 p, m :
arrives Victoria 9 p   m.
For reservation;! mui information
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J, W. TROOP,
Qonnrsl Hmiw-'ntonilnnt   Wlmi*
ii. McQuarrie,  H.
Martin   wil   br'   In
\.    Bourne.     Mr,
the   Westmlnstei
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Solicitor, Oulchon block, Cuinui
in and Mekrur.e streets. New West
minster, ft. C.         ' i
w. MYERS GRAY, barriioer, Sollcltoi |
and Notarj Pu tile, l�� 'iractlce since
iv.'i at New  .<   <-��� .'���:���:*���"  "''    01
Aces icraovi I i i Curtis Block, Clark 1
sun   Btreet, oppost'e   Court House \
p.o  Box 169.   Telei b me 64
within forty-five days from tho date
of the first publication of this notice,
,!":��ise I shall register M. W. Mln-lofflces everj Friday afternoon
Dunne as owner thereof In fee. Ami
' hereby direct that publication of this
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vviii be good and sufficient service
thi vi ot,
Dated at tne Land Registry Offlc .
New Westminster, province of British
imbia, this 22nd day of January,
\ n. L9o.,
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar.
' Louts It.  Ilaytie.
UI persons served with this notice,
"nd those claiming through or under
- and all persons claiming any In-
'   '   i"   the  said   land   by   virtue of
IV  unregistered instrument,  and  all
ns claiming any interest in  the
11 land by descent, whose  title Is
���  registered under the provisions ot
'Land Registry Act," shall be tor-
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���-1 land so sold for taxes as pro-
'l by the "Land Registry Act"
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"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every l>ay in the V-��r
BETWEEN
-   . '.-   ���:." A;   .n ���.  vi:  ft   \,.  jiiw
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<  p.  m.  in  lh�� <I.i.He!lows' 11a".
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES
Verie No, 20 Meets everj T-esita.;
evening al S p  m., In the Eagles
1.     Columbia     street       A.    I'lavl.
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i r-it hiOVAL rCMHUARtl Of VtM
PERANCE lv.c.'i every Wednesday
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r,v>r\_ OH SCOUANU HENF-FM AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLE9
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Ktrsf nod
Third Tuesday ol every month in
k  of r. hall    Chti I W, Suthei  md
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Meets in Oddfellow ���' Hall, Co!
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BOARD   Or  TRADE     >i
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Quarterly me itinga -<; the sei on I
Wednesdi of I ��� ��������� ��� '���'> ���
Augusl and N ivem -��� ������' s P- :''
Annual n '��� ���- ":' '���>' Beoona
Wedm id:t Feb! ������ ���--1
nieiii'r-:-     !..'       '. "    ;'-"'-��- ":       ���   '
elected at an> monthly or quari
,,,,,. -...      a   E White, Sec.
yicKenzlr    private   compartment   curs.   it��nda��i
6   lection   sleepers,   luxurious  dmitifi
ar   rrclinin��  r-ha'r   car?   (s'-m    free)
.,,   . T.',r>rn  day  coaches  anrl buffet,  li
r.irv   .nd  smoking  cars.
!  ir   Tune  Tab'es,   Folders,  ot   any
irrhrr  infr-Tiii?.ti"n   call   on  "'   "rite
\?. V.'. PARKER,
GENERAL \GENT,
���-. --, ,,"<r Av^mif. Swatfle   IV*lli
Bho null ���lt�� nl lirl'le" lit  midnight
/s lie. olooka art striking iii" nouri
>f'ir thoughts "I I" i   h'.'n,   of li. r  runllf
Tn neivB Imr hSVS thi   i'"wr.
H'iw nfiBn. oh. imw often,
HurriiniT nnrj winter through,
Ilim nh" rrni thus nl bft&ga S< 1'il'lrilght-
Ay, somstimss till ons Mid two)
Anrl how often, "���'   ''" -    ''- ���
'II rmiKli  III" gelrlell hoUfa !>f 'Im
Hi,i the striven with '���<'������ rs uk�� ii��r
|.-,,r  pui M  Of  pi Isr   ���<'  pl ' .-'
Ari'l   tor"-.' r  nii'l   fOfSVGf
w i.iii- this t -ni out f 'ir Ian Is      ps
v.-ii! she bridse U    Ini rtal flatly
���Twlxi i!i" Mm" nli" wnkri  imi -=:  "t'��
Ro. nl," nll�� nll'.l ril  bftd.S *<  r-Hpleti'
And i" Ids i�� i"'r B-sotn stirs
F',r atie holds Hi" best Mat* nf �� nnrl*.
And tha toui "ui'. Bl tfophj  u h- i -
-Car'liei. Mm likn  RotMTtS In  New   f-fS
Lll>.	
M-iid Cem��S First.
t\
:i   TWAINS   STOGIES.
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Hi   .-���.->rnp  sero����i l>ios<>  '-lone
. > ��� (   nr   It   "-eel.   ',;���������  ��� ��� ������
��� ���  ..   ���    v.riK   Tiine   i',-.r   yej   ������
.. :   p,'. . .   _!ft_
���   fiftios 1  n��,l had  a
��� - ���    ..   .-.-.   i hem, Iwe-aes. t.-- ���
-    to roy   fisind   pe-.' ���
._��_ ...   ihern
.-.    -. .   ..- r-     TTif   - I   ��� ������-
, .:   .-.   ..   ,: .-.-������. Se "-ben
1   S.ATV  Ihem  fidvertivM   in  11
_to__a_d  al  once vhey
. ..lit to rne mi   ���  ���   ��� s__
. -.-. .-.liinVdc too-ing old (H}_ari
���, beset   800 in �� box
t �� I   \   -...." .-.n
. .-���-     ��������� ������        .:.".'  .;
beg__ to pas* iVioni arowttd The
I      ���:.', i.Ml   llfid   'nern   1 .   . ;    ant-
���.', np to tlini momerit, lwi no*   o
: fell -niwii the eompaftj        ���   ��� ���������
I   j    ;:.���',   nil of a SWdde_, bill ill'-   ���'���������'-1
feil npon oacb man as be took up a
and held H _viM**d i" the air and
.   in the __t_dl��   htl  -.ii. ��� .v I  ������������--���'
Thai   kind  of  ihiiiB  weni   on   -1
around   tfe*  iahle  until when   Oeorgs
���   .  ,.,\ivpieirM  iii��   .rime the  whole
, e was full of a thiil- p.-vlmiv,. ;.t i-.-.i,i
>. snore,
These uiou bpfltan ttt lighl ihe etg&r.
i;.' Pr Parker was ihe fiv��t wan U.
light H<> took three ���-' four heroW
whiffs, 1hr*n B^ve u mi 11" !V'-t up
���> th the remark that he had to go M
the bedside of a al.-k parlshlenev ����
startsd oui Rev. bf -WrVon " -; the
lu-M man He too- onl. o_- whift
and follexve_ rai-uer    tie furnished a
)'..',! :\\\,\ you eoulrl SOP b)| 1h��
SOU   ll 0 -   1 -ll e Ifial   be rlblll'l  thlttS
nui,!i of Ihe pn-i.'vi "ii'l Wile vexed
wiih I'm'..-1 r.u- r.'Miiii" in ahead with
n    fi, -tit, .,11.    ftUlftg   --limit.      lle\      Mi-
Twtohell f.'Uewe'l and Sftld he hail io
(to nov) ber -.line he musl take the mld��
nlglll train for BoStOli, BoStOti was
tbe flrsl I'luep. thai necilrred t'> him, I
lUppnse.
ti  was 1'iiiy  a nuiirlnr TO   11   when
thej It nn t,�� disti'thUre pftirestt    v<
len inliuii, . lo tl nil tbOB. pPOplfi ��''������
oui "f it'" hoiiue.   When nobody Wns
1,-ft  bul i;.-,'i-_o niul mo. 1  W_8 cllODt
ful     I   hn,l   no  i oinpunotlima   o'  i on
S.tetice,   ""   uiIpI'i   r>f   any   Uln.1     Hrit
Oeorge Wat beyond ipeeth because liu
held tin' b-"i"i -.inri dfedll of tile family
Above hi'r "vi   anil  he  was n��hmiie'l
1 thnl tills muli' li bnil I'pp'i ptil opr'il It,
I i'iiii ilim in i" to bed and try to sleep
ii "ir. i wr'ni i - bed myself  Al bfeali
rii'U in the inotiilng when (.eofge was
(lUSSlllg ii "up rif i'o(Tr'n I ciiw   II treni
hie in liu hand   i knew by thai sign
Hint IIipip wai BoniPllilim on bin Blind
lie brought the cup It) hie fttitl nsitpii
Impressli ely
"Mr. ('li'ini-iin, how fat' In It from Hip
fimil il""i I" the upper KiiteV"
I nnbi. -ii in n hundred and twenty
five steps "
lie said, "Ml1 Cll-tnettSi yon r>iiii nlart
ni   the   ffOfll   iloor,   nnrl   yoi   miu   gd
i plumb i" the upper gate mui tf-_d Bfl
1 ni.,. ,,r tii.-tii i i.nin every nine"
II wasn't tr_e in deiail, bul lo essen>
1 tiain ii was   Mar. Twain's A_to-t-|<
: rnphv In Norlli AiiipiIiiiii IIpvIpiv.
'��� I
HOUSE.
N -       ������ll!<-<-."
..  home
.....
Vl'.s
fill i ���    ������ "���"'������ le
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If  ilie b '
rl,e   act ���     ���
1 . ��� .. -. 1,.1-j ro thia
r'..���������     ,    ,-,f   a
rri a room devOtS- to S-dh a
"'���   may  be enile-l  the  -Viffiop" of
l:lere the lelephone ^tan-l5!
......
-���       -   -   ir
thin   i iv   aMtays  wanted   in  a   I
when i: ��� i  "ftrin'.i be f'-oinrl.    ___.<
..... .. . ..i,.    .   .
���     ���      . ���>     .sl,\
�����������'1en.
i.i a few . .-.I r>h.i
r. ."p   an   ei ������         rnim
dfUfn   ������ ������:    ���    ������ - -���       Hpvp
s-i-'  .                                           'io,1   the
.1'iily    i   . .....          SI;  ���
boards 1 ������ drawers wi t_
��� . i ��� ih:,t Wert - s._d <i'it.
A CONTRAST.
IF\-���V-   nr*A  l'-inttll��h  XX OTrr*-n  n��  TH**
t* i-r>**   n   Mnrl��l>    Mrr,-t
S,-, a V.-n-isii'ilne .-ronn fl m_i1,i\
i. ... She tills ."""- i ptoe to the
erle-p of Hip pavpnuM-". poises like a
bird reedy lor a Sight, ilei'tly vai��M
her ilre-s  imoit   i]-.:,-;  eno___  Vo  ?h""
her Pivihi-.    I   t_l  dsiftty he_e
and elegant bottihes dhd wrt_e_t toow
delay she n-iv-    ��� ba. ami iieei
barely 1 mehro. ii _<l the m-,-.ri rpiuRinf?
��� i\'j ���,- lhe tub;. ��� ���> ilwt lianlly
Vmp a_ li pvesslott on ii. tAhded on
ilie Other --���"������ -ii" gives her _he fenlh-
P-1 :i im'.o shake IfttU r'til p mill pasaps
or> wiih ah.-ion tbftl look an if Jupt put
on al thftl inoiiieii*.
\\'at. b mi .IngVi^hweman rmmedi-l?*
ly at'tei wiinl     HIip reftChW the ourlv
Btone, comes l_ a dpari standstill and
��1o!iilly ,-ont"iiipbitpa thp murl.ly road
Finally aiip -";."i-- ���< wdte    Then
very   imutioiialj    the   lifts  hev   rirr-n-i
makmi inn1 that the lop* ,,f bet
shoe" mo under covieri then ��iowij
advahclhgi slip puts her ilghi Fuel out
flttmp It prien, tho " m. \oo'/ioa OvtBi
it. ftttld then nplaall. Bplftsb =plap!l, 1111-
(il lhe otliPr able In re:l"ll"il, w lu'K.
With "oiled skirts mui aoaked c'iiues.
alie pvocaer|a on Iipv n "< mui minlrlv
way.
Nothing could br- ni ��� e chaHicbjfiBtW
,,f iiioii tespectsve natiouttlitiesi and
tmthini could be mow auusiu. than
IliPb- ftlUtUal CoUlelUpl I II Bttch nth-
er's wnvn THtilfibited From ttw
Ki"irti I'or 8fc Louis ltPi'iibM"
M.tt't  Ilnln win!   W__l��ft-   V_IW
"I   tj,,!,   ii,,|-o   |leu   ti   rinniMii   writer
Wonders wh,v h tttttb Blfrnys Iddfai ifl
bin bal befOl'e be rum || on.-- nnbi the
relb>"lln>  llimi  im b"   Id-feed  Up  from
his paper.  "Hefe in whtti she sayn
'When n ninn pui" OU bin __t he BiOSl
rilo'iys looks luniile II llml. What h��
expects to spp remnlns a mystery, but
be looks rm It. all the mime.' That's
ensy. ,11" looks In bis hilt to See If the
linoi hdldi-g Hip Itisldt! band tdg-tll-f
will be nl lhe back Of his head when
lip pills H ni' v"". If she'll tell mi'
why a woman hlwftys pulls riown her
veil n^irl pllfses Up h��r mouth liefori>
the stppn mil of rloors we'll call It
square''   Neiv York Tress.
Peculiar Vi��nn. Custom.
Th" Viennese lake Uieir piensnt-ps
��. regularly BS they do their men Is,
but   l|i",v   rl(i   lint   tlfiglStH   busliipss   or
, hppj, late hours    Ous thing pefhnps
which helps tr> keep the young vlsnness
of mriilernte liir'iinn anil permrimi'iil
uiiinl reeular In his evening hours Is
the r,ir( that be muni |,ov tn get lntr>
his own rooms nfler 10 o'elnck. Vlpn-
nn is one vast system rif nparlmeiit
bouses, and a boon" innstpr Is In
jffhsr.P of p��rh rue- At l'i rrdor'k lif
locfcs tho frnril doiir. nnrl nny fine d����
slrini; to g.t in after lhat hour inmrt
pay for ndir.ittaiK'e, nnrl the old rpsi-
rti���:.? b.a no mr.re riebt fo n key than
'ba epb^rnernl  lorlger.    f/rfrlon tir-'ph-
��trip Mrhialtef*;
In ber lasl novel, '-riip Dremn and
the lltislnpss," Mrs. dralgie, 1 reeret to
note, iisprl the e���pr_SSloti ''ship whiskers" TIip rp'lrimlant "Side" is to 04,
foiiiiil also In .fpredlth, Dickens, tbs
grealer Itlr'lmrrlnon. Br'uif". t'ailie,
Corelll, Sims ttiul Shorter. As a matter
of fuel, unless otherwise stated, tho
I lanst Intelligent reader wotild take it
i for   granted   that   the   whiskers   were
worn on Ilie slrle of the fnee, as Indeed
; Is  the usual pr.'K-fie"    The terms "lip
, tvliisker" (rh_efac_e'J nnd "chin whisk-
er"   (b-_r'dette)   are   Americanisms.���
fall Mall Gtasette
H [
ADVKHTIae,       "��_
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
Trace Maws
Dtsicns
COPVrUGHTSr-^.
Bk7|* -icnrtaln "-.r ��g^J?*r, nmm_��
.ntirm l�� I"0** "'���ri   Mift'iWOIf ��" P��'i����
.^te^2SSrcnf��
j" UiNnsdOtf on
tlorilurrlctlTi-'inD ;  '���';<'*;,--',.'..,, far*nr<.
���ent fr,'��. I'M* "-'.  ., ,h  M j.n * Co. Munl-J*
2fe��s_5��____C^i
ah.ni-T.ri;.-:������-.-:*-."*;���. -7^1_��
SS.:n t',.r"lV*ZS3*S (5* *��� ��
MUNN ftC'o36' Brr4d*,r New Yo,rk
Spiite falls & North.rn Ry Co.!
"Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mauntain Hy. Co.
i he jn.v ill rail route betwin all
Kiinti eaisi. west and wiuth ��0 Ross-
Nelson and intermeliate points
ruraectrng at Spokane with th' Great
. rthertJ, Morthern Pac'fic and 0. R.
_ K. Co.
Cosnecu at Ro.alanH with the r��n-
n'ran Paatic Railway lor Boundary
."reek poirta
Connects at Meyers Fall- with
'tag!  ''lily for  Repuhlir.
Buffet ssrvice on traini between
ii."-ii.ine  and  Neluo".
Effective Sunday, November io,
���got.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane ...715 P-"1-
i. 'ra vr.
q.20 am
..-5 p.n��.
...+_ �� S3
Br ""KM   il-."��e   In   <Hrn.
Crnsht- After   all.   ri.b?  doesn't av
ways make mijtftt, f*0S8 it'.'  FranXman
|���I don't kii"w ��bWt that.   The i.atti
' ��r..>niai rite ����������� '���:> have made a mit*
af rrni.-.Richmond f>ispatot>.
VU*r,   Henrt
"Fi,"
"u-piir
"WlMfS womPii'i r\tfhi.V
rrrr,v_TytMnjf fhey wsnt.   Run sway"
���Cleveland t-Ssl-S
JSl.n -nd th�� Earth.
N'tibotfy  tiviws fhe aire of man on
I earth. The ternlPivy of opinion among
' scholars la to the effect that tho human
1 advent   upon   this  planet   took   place
ninny tens of thousands of years ago.
John Fiske, backed by other high an-
| thorltles, claims that man lived on the
i earth as long ago as half a million
I yen rs.���New York American.
Jnmt I IK-c Him.
The Rev Walter '"Hon. author ot
"Ship nnrl Shore" and other books,
jtnx'p a most forcible Illustration of the
charar-ter of an officer <>n board the
slily to which he was attached as chaplain. Tup oflicer was always meddling
with other people's business and was
seldom in his own place. Consequently
he was most unpopular vvit'.i the sailors. One of them, Roaileil to unusual
irr'laflon, said one day, "I r]o believe
that at the Ri'iieral resurrection tbe
lieutenant win be found getting out of
Somebody else's grave."
Tiir son Answer,
"Johnny," said the stern parent, "my
father used to whip me whet. I behaved at the table as badly ns you nre
doing."
"Well," rejoined the preeociou��
yorrn.ster, "I bopo I'll never have to
make a confession like that to my llttl.
bote."���Chicago News.
Cella- We do so hope you'll be able
to dine with us on Thursday week,
dear I.ady Gertrude-
Lady Gertrude - I'm so sorry, I'm
,���.,������_        , .. _    afraid 1 can't possibly, as I have to
Ros.iand ". 4.10 p.m. chaperon my maid that evening to one
Nelsoo V 6 45 P-m.1 ��'�� ��� rillase dances In the church
H. A. JACKSON^ -chools.-runch.
Tears.
"On the right," said a Klllarney
tfulde to a pnrty of tourlatt, "ye'll see a
cascade called the Maiden's Tears and
on the left a cascade called the Widow's Teare, 'cause tt drtre up th*
quickest.*
Bffr-rt uf IllKh 1 Ivlnir.
Goodman (ionrong���Wake up, part.
Wot ye grnanln' about? Tnffold Knutt
(robbing his eyes)���Gosh, but I've had
a horrible dream! 1 thought I'd got a
Job o' work un' wuz doln' 'he manl-
.urln' fnr a octopus���Chicago Tribune.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
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/f .your sweetheart gets a
Valentine at all, she wants   (
if on time.
Apples
H. Morey & Co.
Have   a   fine   assortment
from 5c to $2.50 each.
They 're Going !
REBELS CAUSE STIR
IN EEOWERYIAND
AND
MOREY'S
Columbia Street
:
For Your Chicles
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, efc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
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,ir;-       ADVERTISE      "_J
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Oranges
WE HAVE
THEM
GOOD ONES!
Apples, $1.50
per box.
Navel Oranges
Best quality
Large size
25c per dozen
Modern Skeleton Brigade Being Rushed to Prevent Uprising of Malcontents.
********
C A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
Pekln,  Feb.   11.���Bonier    complications and !..������ .- icceS8 of the rebel, on
the French border, due it is believed,
ii- foreign assistance, have induced the
Chinese government to hasten the or-'
feminization    of    her    modern    drilled
troops   at   all   frontier     points.     The,
government  proposes    again    to send
Prince Su to -Mongolia for the purpose
of developing the plans looking to the J
organization of defences for frontier
districts.    A modern drilled   skeleton
brigade  is  now   on   its   way   to   Tibet
for the purpose of organizing a Tibetan rli vision.
The fact that the Indc-Tibet trade
convention has not been concluded,
prevents for the present the evolution
of the Chumbi valley by the British
ti<i(j)i>:. This delay tends to draw
Creat Britain into conflict with the
Anglo-Russian convention which regulates the respective interests of these
two powers in Tibet, Afghanistan and
Persia, and which China is using for
iln- purpose fo reducing Great Britain's
rights in dealing direct with the Til <���-
tans to a minimum.
China has admitted the Tibet-n text
into the convention upon written assurances that this text is for t'iie purpose of elucidation an.l now i.s strlv-
��� ing to secure an exact definition i.:"
Greal Britain's relations with Tibet.
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared W.ix. It ero-
.-,-rw-s nnd brings out milurni hcaii'v ot
the wood, lt tr,',luces a ru-li, artistic
linlsli. io wiiich dirt und d.iM will i it
adhere. Jiui try ii and you will see bow
mucL b'-'o-r it li t-KUl -r.y oilier i>oli->h.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Weed."   L'sr- it on j-tiur Hours and wood"
work. t*-.o.  Johnson's Powdered Wax is
(or iill danoinil floors.
You ran t.-.-i Johnson's free book, The
Proper Treatment tor Floors. Woodwork
and Furniture" und these preparations of
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Also.
WOOD  DYES
ana other
WOOD   FINISHES
...ART EXHIBIT
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We announce to the ladle- of New Weatn
MISS  ALLISON   COCKBURN
W1U b<  here in the interests of Beldlng's SI _
COmnn ���-���- Ing Monday, February the 17th.
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Arr ngi mi nte have been ma le tor   Miss -
1   k> exi
her display of fancy work in the  parlor oi   thi
Classi - 10 to 1- a. in., and 2 to 4 p.m.
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
Cpp    Malins, Coulthard & Co. w
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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| Wedding Presents!
Chinese   Funeral   Friday.
The date for the funeral of Lee Yik
Quon, late manager of the Kwong On
Wo company's branch In this city,
has been set for Fi'i lay. The arrangements have not been definitely decided upon, ibut it is expected that the
cortege will  leave  the store on    Co
. iumbia street at noon, making its way
to the Chinese cemetery, where the
ancient rites of the Chinese will be
performed, after which the casket and
the friends and relatives of the deceased will be taken to Vancouver by
a special car, and the remains placed
on board the Empress of India to be
shipped to China, in accordance with
the usual proceeding In cases where
Chinese die in foreign lands. On Friday morning rhe body will be laid in
state in front of the Kwong On Wo
'   company's  store,  that  the friends of
i the deceased may take their last look
at their departed countryman.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., be-:
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P. (j. Box .74
NOTICE
���
��� RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING SILVER GOODS. BRASS AND ���
X COPPER GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA. X
X               and last but not least, we are sole agents for J
��� THE   PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA. ���
| W. C. CHAMBER LIN, Th* '��"��'"  j
X Agent Hamilton Watches %
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TIE-UP OF COAST STEAM
VESSELS IS EXPECTED
Los Angeles, Feb. 11.���A special to
Tbe Express from San Pedro says that
word was received at union labor
hi adquarters there today that a tie-
up is like! ytot occur within the next
twenty-four hours. The trouble, which
has been brewing for several weeks,
culminated last Saturday in San Fnan-
l cisco, when the marine firemen refused to compromise the existing dis-
; pute with the ship owners.
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
This Is Getting Stale.
The latest thing in theatrical circles
is that a playhouse in Vancouver, one
in New Westminster, one in Victoria
' and  the  Nanaimo  opera house  have
! been leased by a Vancouver gentleman who will hereafter control them
; and run shows on this circuit. The
man ln question is in Ladysmith making arrangements to  add the    Lady-
1 smith  opera house  to  the  circuit.���
t Nanaimo Free Press.
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Sf! ! E!ectric.Railway Service l
Aged Editor Passes Away.
. New York, Feb. 11.���John W. Oliver,
editor and principal owner of The
Vonkers Statesman, died at his home
in Yonkers yesterday, aged 92 years;
Oliver was the early leader in the t( m-
perance    movement    and    with    'nis
; brother Isaac Oliver, founded the Sons
of Temperance.
He site for wharf ami  boom oa  th
Fraser river, near New Westmin j
ster, Ii. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that tn j
undersigned, H. O. Barnet and Hugh ]
-tcDonald, l.oth of the city of N'ew.
Westminster, in the province of lint-1
ish Columbia, mill owners, having ap '
plied to his excellency tlie governor '
generai-iii-couiicil, for the approval o
a certain site for the construction of
a certain wharf and boom, situate on
the south side of Lulu island, oh the!
shore of the Fraser river, have deposited with the honorable the min- '
ister of public works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharf and boom, which they
propose to construct on tand covered
with water, lying south of lot 757, in
group I, in the district of New Westminster and province aforesaid, together'with a description of the proposed site thereof described by metes
and bounds; and have also deposited a
duplicate of each in the office of the
registrar of deeds for the said district
of New Westminster, in which district
said work is proposed to be construe'.
ed; in accordance with the requirements of section 7 of tbe "Navigable
Waters' Protection Act," Chap, 113
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dated at New  Westminster, B.  C,
the uOth day of January, 1908.
h. g. barnet,
hugh   Mcdonald.
ta-      ADVERTISE      '*��
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
We Have Now
On Display
New Prints,    New Dress
Ginghams,      New Dress
Muslins,
In   ^pprcpriste  designs and   colorings for evemng wear,
New Embroideries and Insertions, New Curtain
Nets, New Frilled
Muslins,
New Drapery Muslins, Plain Silks,
New White Blouses, New Dress
Skirts, New Muslin Suits,
Etc., Etc.
We take this opportunity to invite every person    to view   Uh
new good, now w"hen   there   is plenty of time to explain abi il  -.:
show what we have.   Ask to se ! everything new.
W. S. COLLISTER & Cn
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster I
|     BOYS'ODD
SHORT PANTS
I
I
All sizes. All prices.
4 years to 15 years of age.
PRICES:
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c up to $1.50
the pair. I
. _ *��� *ju*i .w ti '
f     i      -"*..;���  "Mi.*
''    > IL'' '   "
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p, in.
'i.ast car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
rars leave tne depot every
twenty mi-utes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mi:iutes after
tbe hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m. X
*
Sunday Service halr-nourl- he- X
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.        *
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd 1
A NEW HOUSE
Best part of the city; fully modern and up-
to-date; eighi large rooms, basement and furnace.
Price, $4,000.
Terms ��� One - quarter cash,  balance easy
payments.
F. J. HART y CO.
jr+4f ��_m-m��.��mmm-��j��# a\   New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Van
couver.
THE
, Wardrobe Oothier
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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 ?,t 'Phono 333

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