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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NLW WESTMINSTER, B. C
i  Ml. ...  NUMBER 22
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
TICN  CKNTS PKIc  WEEK.
ROVERS MET DEFEAT    DARING HOLD-UP AT   IDUNSMUIR RECEIVED NO OWM/UK^ prepare
IN IROQUOIS GAME      GLADSTONE STORE
	
	
c . md Local Football Team Alan and Wife Gagged By
I ails to Win Against Jun- Two Thugs-Booty Valued
lor Thistles- Sport Notes,     at $50 Taken.
Thi second team of the Rover, met     The hold-up game thai   has    been
,,,,,-  on  Saturday afternoon In the keeping   ..retry  much    to   Vencouvei
game ta the Iroquois cup series, citj   moved a  step nearer    to    New
...   lunior Thistles of Vanoouver pil- Westralnstei   when on Baturdaj even-
: a Bcore of three to the Rovers' tag, the gem ral store of W.  Ruttan,
II  wu scarcely to te expected al Gladstone, was robbed. At 8:30 two
the local  team, organized as It men enti i     th,   .tore and art i    i
..   almost a day's notice and with curing  thi    torekeeper and hi. wife,
,    _nj    practica   whatever,    would searched   the place  for  valuable,  s
.   very brilliant showing against curing some Bftj  dollars.    T'ne local
ii  visitors and all things considered police a     acttaj   ta unison with
,   result,  although  disastrous,   was police ol   Vancouver ln an  endeavor
|i       T'ne   Hovers   played    a to bring the perpetrators of the act to
awa, Jan. 86.���What Sir Wllfrl
'������ iy M    RAlpb Smith, ref
act.  was as follows:
I  was al sent in England at ti.' '
Lieu!   Governor  Dunsmuir on  '
Mr.   Foster  afterwards  repeated tl
��� l
"1 know thai no advice was given  i.:
tal -ii from   "Hansard."
slid in answer to a ques-
.   .Mi. Dunsmuir and thi   N ll
I  know thai   no ad . Ic<   11
i stlon,"
���; and Sir Wilfrid again  an-
pernor Dnnsinuir."
TIME OE MERRIMENT   EOh _.<i MOCK TRIAL
Celestials Entertain Friends Literary Society Will Debate
On   Lavish   Scale-     No     On Interesting Subject-
Work Next Week.
Conversazione on Feb. 7.
warships withdrawn    j
IM CHINESE COAST:
BANK ACT IS SEATED
FOR MANE AMENDMENTS
Peking, Jan. 26���Admiral Sir Aithur
William Moore, commander-in-chief of
hi     British    naval    force     on    the
1 "   Chines   coa t, has adviB d thi  British
Ion : ��� ������  thai he is entirely Batte-
��� wa     .Ian.     2.j.���Mr.     Pring] ���.
8 I    gives notice of a resolution
thai   in the opinion of the Commons,
an opportune time to con-idei
tl���     Ivlsabilitj of amending and
ath a plethora of good things, Resolved "That the heart is more
differences between the while Influential than the mind," is to be
ai tlie celestial will be forgotten  ""' s",l''v' ot the flrsl debate of the
Columbian  college    Literal.,     society,
this term, set for next  Friday.   The
1111 affirmative |a upheld by Miss Bertha
Father Time ushers  In  th-    Chinese   -hompeon,  Mr.  Dobbin and  Miss
Saturday of this    week,    when
New Year amid the roar of thousands
ol    Bre  crackers,   mlniaturi      ..nibs,
'  i- 'makers and divers othei kinds
explosive-.   The open band ol wel-
T.
Jones,
gam   and only by mere chance  Justici    and thi   provincial police are   '' '  witi     u  M8urance -ivi,�� hini ;'     ' th<  y,!li' act, and tha: the f I-
:��� ,i to  make   another    tally,    the  also giving assistance. "!<   viceroys of Canton regarding tberkr ���<      imong    other    amendments,
���  ������  giving an off-side ruling when      The description of r_<   l    . men. as   future patrol of the  Wesl  elver, and ' si ��� :eive consideration:
econd time the sphere pass.   rec< the city police,  is such \ consequently the BrlUsh flotilla, which I To provide tor government    In-
i
I rovlde more stringent regu-
i into the nets of the Thistles. thai ii might fit any of a hundred men
Ital   thi   cup    game,    a team, In the vicinity.    The men  were eacl
I       ting partly of the senior Rove;, aboui five feel nine Inches In height,
of new men whom the club! Loth   wen- clean  shaven    and    wore
ti_ out, met an aggregation of three-quarter length black cloth over-
..in  Coqultlam, who, having ccats.   One of the men was thin faced
i:    .ed everything in their section of 'd"'i Pale complexion, the other round
were looking for Bterner faced and ruddy.     Both    wore   soft
in which to try their mettle, black hats.
ad It and when   time    was A naan who b acquainted with th
- en patrolling ibis riv< r sine. Di -
ten ii ! for the purpose ot suppi ��� -
Ing piracy, was withdrawn yestei
Th iayta{ off of the Balaam a In-
��� !��� auiity by the Chinese also influenced Vice-Admiral Moore to vvith-
draw from the river.
The Carton viceroys have ���!_..,  ; ���.
Increase the efficiency of the Chinese
: at  to circulation.
That all chartered banks   shall
special reserve fund for the
ol depositors,
4.    T<   make  provision as  to    per-
e of capital  and  reserve,    and
ine I to any one bor-
score stood three io one In work of the police yesterday express    patrol boats and place them und-'   th
he locals. ���' the opinion to the News man that   command oi an officer named Li Chun,
esull of tlie Iroquois cup game! In all probability the men were still  who has been trained in modern naval
I. ThisUej  In    uii'    second '" Vancouver, and  judging  from  the t methods,
ii   the cup.   Both games on descriptions as compared  with  those	
ground were  refereed    by of the principals ln several oi
| .,;���  Vancouver. (,('"t  hold-ups  in  that  city,  were  nos-!
Saturday there will he no soc- Bibly the same.    He believed that    a
.���.-  iu the senior league   on gang  of  experts at  the job  ha 1 lo4 j run when fully wound up was decided
5.   To make provision for the per-
- ���    thi i   B     ank   may  loan  to  Its
; o d   directors.
0.    To limit the amount of Inti r si
of]        ������ ant that, the banks may confer.
revise  the  powers   of   the
ctual time which a watch will   ;���;.        ���     association.
Kerr.    The negative by W. E.
Mr. Hums and  Miss Johnson.
The rendering of the   mock    trial
taken frojn  Dickens' Pickwick   Papers
which  was jiostponed from last term
come Will be extended  to all comers  has been set  for February    14.    The
ln  any  and all  houses    on   "Mclnnes   cast is as  follows:     Mr.  Pickwick, C.
and  adjoining  lanes, and    bos-   Batzol(l;   Mr*-  Bardell,  Miss T. Kerr;
���f, in the shape of Bam    Biiey,  Bergt  Bus-tu8' Prof'  Burwash; Sergt,
,, .     , '   Snubbins,  0.  O.  Fallis;   Mr.   Plunkev,
chOp   sue)',  noodles,     liquid     refresh
'    Uts iii bottles, jars and kegs, cigar-.
- te.. will be lavished on visit
Clii.iaman.  the greatest dlig.it vUrs     ch
Is annual  festival  is  the giving \athanlel    Winkle    w
Of presents  to friends, and all Samue]   Weller,  W.   Flem   ���       cour
who enter his house are his    friends crler> H. rjarnley.   A request has heen
end are inlvted to partake Of the besl ,]KU](.,  tnat   tD
Charles Watson; Mr. Justice Starleigh,
H. Wilson;  Mr. Simpkin. K. Merldeth;
Susanna Saunders, Miss M. Klrkland;
I.    Burnett;
P.    Erwlni :
Watch   Guessing    Competition.
I
c.   .   mnd, The Thistles play North cateii in Vancouver and that the police' Sa; irda;  In connection with the com-
..: on     the    Powell    street would have difficulty in running them
\ and  the  Shamrocks  met  the to earth.
on  Camble street grounds.	
I ��� es yi .-tt rday defeated    the
Tonlcht's the nicht t'ne memorj  of
���    tion inaugurated by Horace Dorer,
the Dominion Trust block jeweler.   A
. man's watch will run 39 'hours,
Ecclesiastical   Leeches.
!':������   church   has   don_j
n. ...      Taking these words    as
��� land.
Chicken is the great delicacy of the
we- k; a Chinaman who cannot obtain
tthered biped for the event being an object of pity and derision
among his fellows. At the weekly
market Friday the local Chinese purchased almost every bird offered for
Bali the ranchers.
The Chinese New Year    docs    not
atef!ali-e at any fixed date, but is
d ie In the first nine weeks   oi   the
performance :e repeated at the Reformed Episcopal
church. No answer has yet been
given.
The theological class this year is by
far the largest in the history of the
school, notwithstanding this all the
students have found places to supply.
J. J. Nixon Is in charge of the Park
drive church, Vancouver; W. P. Ew-
Ing, of Halliburton street church, Nanaimo; Charles Batzolcl, of the Clover-
dale circuit;   L. Thomas,  of the Sap-
I slanders by two to nil, The   the immortal Hobble Burns will be re-
\      ���       ������    Thistles    on    Saturday   freshed by the holding of a grand conic   ���    Royal Columbian college   on  eerl under the auspices of the Sons
Westminster    ground,    ln    the  of Scotland in the opera house. Judg
IM division New Westminster plays   tag  from   the  advance sale  of  seats,
I  .-.-. al Columbian college. the attendance should  be    a    record
1     ��   Westminster rugby  team  yes-   breaker, the excellence   of the    proving  on    the    high    school   gram prepared warranting this. Doors;
Vancouver,  against  a   team   will open at 8:15 and it is expected j
the Vancouver rugby union, suffer-   that tlie  last  curtain  will    be    rung
-efeal  to tbe tune of twenty-four  down  shortly  before 11  o'clock.
|ii/s to nine. '	
Fancouvei  never could play basket-
\ ,    the  stalwarts from    this
I.. fact which has been impressed
on the Terminal City siiorts on more
fill one occasion. This time it was
thi way for the visitors to the
fc on the inlet. Until lialf time tikis ��� .- fairly even and the score
" ht to six. But the continual
accurate bombardment of their
onents' net y bthe Westminster
| a began to tell and the home
Ini wem to pieces, scoring only four
I the second half.   The  final
47  minutes,    47    seconds,    A
NEWFOUNDLAND MAY
ENTER DOMINION
lady's to       thi   Rev. .1. S. Henderson in his
watch will tick off 39 hours, 25 min-' s*   i;on    yesterday    evening    gave   a
iti      ti seconds before stopping.   Fo!- :.,...-, of seating denunciations of the
lowing are the winners of the    coin- man who belongs to a church and Is I
petition, with the time limit guessed;      sociated  with it  solely as a means)
Lady's   competition���Miss    Lillooet to an end, whether that end be flnan-
Vrmstrong C19-2S-3); Mrs. F. C. Grif- cial ftggradlsement, social prestige
fin.   Blaine (39-15-24);     Mrs.    J.    \V. political  pull.    Terming   these    pa
MacDonald (3846-49).                            .sites "ecclesiasrtlcal leeches," he dwelt.
Gentleman's       competition ���  Mr. at some length Upon the work that the
Leversage, Qrandview  (U9-5O-10);    J. church had done   for   humanity    at;
H.  Poingdestre (39-52-27);   Mr.  Sa^in- large, and declared that, although the!
d-n (39-42-10). church had many faults, still it was!
Three    prizes     were    offere.l     for far from   being  tbe  tottering edifice I
I ladies    and    the    same    number for that certain outside    scoffers    woul I j
gentlemen,  these  being a  la ly's  $20 fain believe.   After quoting   from    a'
; gold   filled   15-jewel   special    Horace well known socialist speaker of a few
i Dorer  movement    watch,    $10    gold weeks ago, who had  blamed    every-
I brooch,  and a   $<5    gold    filled     belt ibing in Bight on the church, the pas-
: buckle.    The gentlemen's prizes were tor remark-d that this same socialist
Christian year.   A Chinaman desiring  perton Methodist church; J, Washing-
I to maintain his social position among ton BurnBi ot- the HcnV(, Soun1 mlB.
���lis fellows will pay all his outstand-jtfon;  H. H. Bromwlch. of South Van-
his tag debts befWe New Year's Day. couver, and W. E. Jones, of Burnaby.
failure to do this meaning nothing February 7 is the date set for the
short of disgrace. Who would be a great annual conversazione of the col-
Chinaman .' ]eK���, wrren Vancouver people   charter
Housewives employing Chinese help cars to cunle ove., and the supper
���and there are still many in spite of given requires a caterer. Special in-
all the efforts of the Asiatic Exclusion yitatlons are to be issued galore nnd
league���will  be  informed  early    this  the receiving line is to be the   most
;i' week that Ah Lee or Sam will default formidable yet presented. For the
on the next weekly wash day, and will promanades & large orchestra will
at the same time receive a cordial in- render special numbers, and the new-
vitation to visit the happy Chink dur- ly organized glee club is worthing
idg the period of great joy.
pre w.is twenty-eight to ten.
Poi        ��� reed.
Jimmy
Island Colony's Premier Goes   a *-"   -7-J-wel    gold    ailed    special  took good care not to attempt to pro-
fp     ^ T    n" T       ' Hoi'J?ce Dorer  movement watch,    $10   mulgate  his ideas  in    lands    of    no
iO Ottawa -O DISCUSS Ini- | g.0](j  wt ioU pi ti. set with  pearls, and a' churches;  he preferred remaining un
$6 Oonklin self-filling fountain pen. der their protection. In conclusion he
The winnlers are requested to call stated that the true churchman was
for their prizes at their earliest con-1 stamped as such not by his sanctnioni-
venlence. , ousness, but by tbe spirit which be-
 manifested through life.
VICTORIA IS AFTER
BIG EXHIBITION
portent Question.
Ottawa, Jan. 2d.���sir Robert Bond,
premier ol .Newfoundland, has notified the government that he will
shortly visit Ottawa to discuss the
relation* between that colony and the
Dominion.
it is understood that the chief subject to be considered is the reference
of the fishery dispute with the United
States to the Hague tribunal. It is
also though! thai a Ivantage will be
taken of sir Robert Bond's presence
ben- to consider the question of New-
She was completely blind of foiin.llnnd entering tbe Dominion.
and the other eye was badly i
|IDA. FAMOUS NOVELIST,
PASSES AWAY  IN  POVERTY
I'"1-""'.   Italy,    Jan.   25.���"Oulila"
"'-'   le  l.a  llamee), the    novelist,
todnj at Via EUggio, after as III-
adiiig  over  a  long     period.
M in  most  distressing poverty,
��nlj attendant being an'old s<-r.
���Woman,   In   whose  arms  she  '-x-
made as to the mode of procedure and
the action of the executive in deciding to call for competitive plans for
d  through  ier. having suffered
gnuch from exposure and privation.
Immediate  cause  of death   Is
H" as asthma, complicated  by
���I ��� sense.
COMES TO ASSISTANCE
OF PRAIRIE FARMERS
Many Troops for Far East.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 26.���The    min-    Queries from Anxious Shareholders.
ister of war has ordered four brigades , Toronto, Jan. 20.���The officials of
of infantry, now stationed at Odessa, the Sovereign bank are besieged With
to proceed io Transbaikalia, to i, iters from shareholders all over the
strengthen the garrison in the neigh- country anxious as to the Bate of the
borhood of the Ru-ao-Chlnese fron cap_t_l Invested lb shares ot the bank, new buildings was approved,
tier. This constitutes the largest They ask for information as to the A resolution was framed to be for-
trniisrer of troops in Itussin i\iee the ultimate value of their stock holdings, warded to tbe Ottawa government set-
war wiih Japan, and Is a plain Inti ] but the reply sent back Is that It Is ling forth Victoria's claims to the
million or the dilqUlBt-hg character of Impose! .le at present bo ttai with Dominion exposition ta 1909, and urg-
the  recent   military   activity   on   the  any   degree  of  certainty what   dlvld-. ing that this be given to this city, par-
overtime to learn how  lo  sing at it
"Scots Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled."
Next Saturday the C. M. C. junior
soccer team will meet t'ne Westminster team. The college has l-e^n
playing a losing part In the schedul?.
and this game is their last chance to
redeem themselves. Immediately af-
  ter the junior match the intermediate
Capital City Thinks  Dom- ^,mnwln KO "p afftnst th? v���������
r , �� .    Thistles.      The    intermediate    team,
inion Fair Just About Due! while not up to the standard set by
TEipi-p in 1Q0Q last i'ear's tearn-is still in the running,
i nere in iyo��. , _nd lf ,t finishes the Bea80- wi_h   a
���  ; series of winning games may yet get
,.,.,        ���. ,   the championship.
\ ictoria,   Jan.   26.���At    a    genera       _.       ���. ...        ,, _   ,.   -
e The officers of the college Y. M. C.
" '"'S ��r the rebuilding committee; A   for y,. pi.esent term ure:    Presl-
Of the Agricultural   association    held   _ent, Dudley Anderson, and vlce-presi-
last night, various suggestions    were  dent, Charles F.  Watson.    The asso
part  of China   with   reference   to   the
Ohrno-Japanese relations.
elation has started Sunday morning
classes with the vice-president .as
leader, in the meeting room of the
gymnasium.
The committee appointed last year
to select a school pin decided on a
very tastful and appropriate '/esign, a
pennant, half blue and half white, w.th
the college initials and class numbers
on It.
ends  will  be paid  when the assets ale
liquidate-.
illiVE CASHIER IS
GUESTED AT ASHCROFT
Ottawa, Jan. 26���The Dominion government has decided to loan sufficient
funds for farmers In the new provinces whose crops were a failure to
purchase seed grain. The scheme in
till will involve about four million
dollars. Advances will be made payable in three years al the usual government rate of Interest.
Can Westminster Mills
Beat These Big Sticks ?
Word comes from Portland that two sawed logs sixty feet long were
shipped from that. port. This dispatch says these are the biggest sawed
timbers shipped from any port in the
llellingham' makes the first claim
es are published herewith.
BIYGt WILL ADDRESS
CANADIAN OFFICIALS
���"'"���liver,  Jan.  20.���0.  O.  Mntbls,
ponding cashier of the    Exchange
��f Blaine, who has been a fugl-
'"' several days, was arrested at
:' yesterday   by   sheriff wil-j
11 Bellingham.   Mjptb.li is quite j    New York, Jan. 26.���Replying to the
f'S to return   to   Blaine   and give; message by cable inquiring as to ac-
assistance possible to clear up Lai  famine conditions  in   India,  and   logs     measuring     th.rty-six     inches
falra of the wrecked bank. I tendering help if desired, Lord Mlnto. j square at each end and    sixty    feet
f��>i   trap eashi-.-i eho r���i,on���! ..-_-_-_! .nnd viceroy, has s:-nt; long, said to be the largest ever set
world;
;  beating the record.
The dispatch
FAMINE  IN   INDIA
NOT VERY ACUTE   BIG*STICKS ARE SAWED
  FOR  USE  IN  PANAMA
Portland, Ore., Jan. 26.���Two saw. d
cashier of the Exchange ! governor-general and viceroy,
1 Blaine, which was closed overj from Calcutta the following eable dis-
;   ago,   a   hum    for   Mathls patcheto the OhrlsUan Herald of Ola
h British Columbia towns   and'city:
" been systematically engaged'     "Most grateful  for generous    offer.
distribute any help Am-rlca
sends, but distress not yet so acute as
to appeal to her liberality. Letter follows."
afloat   at  this or any other port   in
BELLINGHAM IS IN FRONT
WITH BIG TIMBERS, TOO
Bellingham, Jan. 26.���A spud stick
for a dredger measuring forty Inches
square and ninety' feet long has been
cut at the Bellingham   Bay    Lumber
tlcularly on account of Alaska-Yukon
exposition being in Seattle at the
same time, which would practically insure the financial success of the Dom
inlon exposition here. The committee
feel that this is due to Victoria, and
It ls expected every business man and Washington, Jan. 26.���Mr. Bryce,
organisation in the city will use all. British ambassador, is going to Ot-
inlluence to this end. tawa, Canada, In connection with the
                   negotiations    between     the     United
A big rally or New Westminster and 8tates and Great Britaln l����k'ng to
district Liberals will be held in the the ��*ttlement of various issues with
club rooms tomorrow evening, when Canada such aS ">S"Iatk>n of the use
speeches will be heard from Robert of the wsUers o�� tne Gl'eat Lakes- &*
Jardine, the Liberal nominee for this International fisheries question and
district, J. c. Macintosh, provincial the definition of boundaries,
organizer, and a number of other They have now reacned the point
prominent supporters of the partv. A' where U nas become necessary for
large attendance is Anticipated, and the Brltlsn ambassador to consult
arrangements will be made for the re-: ""Wtly w|th Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
other Canadian officials, and If they
approve of what he has done a treaty
| will be signed and submitted to the
8teamer Missing. | senate soon after Mr. Bryce's return
St.   John,   N.   B���   Jan.    26.���The \ to Washington,
steamer    Montrose,    carrying    three | i
hundred passengers   of   the   Mount! Condition of Colonel Scott
ceptlon'of all who desire to attend.
ev��ral days, the police having \\-.\i
bed across a. clue showing that
pissing cashier had crossed
pr 'mo Canada.
the
the world, were placed on board the  company's mill in this city.
Norwegian steamship Minerva today.     i^gg one hundred inches   in    dia
to be taken to Panama.   The others, meter _t th_ _mal] ^. h__e ))(ie_ c(lt j Royal, which was lost, for tllrty days, I    At a late hour yesterday    Colonel
one thirty inches square at the end<  , ___ noc 4__t t ,__ ._, _iif I has not bean reporteel yet.   The Mon*. Scott, of Port Moody, was reported to
and sixty feet long, and a fourth U>gs 125 feet '""^ w^ ��ls0 lelDS CUt
twenty-four inches and of the same 1,nn Bn1PP^d from this port list sea-
length   also were shipped. son.
rose should have been here' on Tuetv j be gradually weakening, and the end
day, but nothing has been heard of was hourly expected. The veteran, hae
, her yet. j now been at death's do*r tn five days.
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BLEEDING  A  KING.
Louis XIV., a Groedy Fhysician and an
Un;c;"jpuloiiS Surgeon.
lu 1093, when Louis XIV. began to
feel the lirst touches of age, bis physicians ordered him to be i>b".l once a
month. That duty was of course Intrusted to Marechal, bis Irish Burgeon.
There was at the time in Paris, says
the British Medical Journal, n young
brother of the craft who conceived the
idea of making bl^ fortune by bleeding the king. The enterprise was ditll-
cult. but he knew that the most solid
doors can often lie opened with a g dd-
en key.
Following the advice of In^o, he put
money ta bis purse and sought an Introduction to Antoine Daqvrln, the
king's chief physician. Tbe negotiation was conducted on a Btrict imsi-
n.ss footing. Daquln, who was known
to love money, was told that 10,000
crowns were deposited with a notary
who had instructions to transfer the
sum to hlin as soon as the* surgeon
had got the Job.
It was n.-t an easy thing to manage,
as Marechal never left the king. One
day, however, be asked permission to
leave Versailles for three days. Da-
ipiln seized the opportunity to Introduce bis protege, whom he had ready
at band for the purpose, Feeling th--
king's pulse one morning, as usual, he
pretended to i><- alarmed at Its strength
and volume a.id ordered the Illustrious
patient to be bled forthwith. As
Marechal was away, the king hesitated, hut fear Boon made him yield to
his physician's proposal. The young
surgeon bled the king, and Daquln got
hla money.
tn the meantime a message bad been
dispatched for Marechal, who was not
far off. He returned to Versailles ln
haste mui was much surprised to find
that the king, whom he had left in the
best of health, bad been bled, lie was
not on friendly terms with Daquln,
and he quickly grasped the situation.
He went to see the young surgeon and
forced liiin to disclose the whole plot.
When the king learned the truth, lie
flew into a terrible rage, ordered Da-
quin to be arrested and placed the matter In the hands of tbe council of state.
That obsequious body, after a very
short deliberation, unanimously voted
that the physician who had trafficked
ln the blood of the king deserved death.
The royal wrath, however, subsided to
some extent, and he graciously spared
Daquin's life, but deprived him of his
office and exiled him from tbe court to
Qulmper-Corentin. The too greedy
physician did not long survive his disgrace.���London Standard.
PROFESSIONAL.
W     NORMAN HOLE. K. C,    BAR-
<       lister and  Solicitor.    Chamh-
ers,   Canadian   Lank   of   Commerce i
i
building, Nev. Westminster, B. C.
rVHEAJ-LER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
���   Ucitor, etc.,    42  Lome  Street,
'opposite Court House,  New Westmin-1
Bter,   Phone 143.
S-��_*S_.-:,'-,.-. -   -���'-T��ir_��_Ife_ai_��_; _s_.-1
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WHITE81DE iv-   EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blkt,
Columbia stre   .   .New    Westminster.
W. J. WhlteBide, ll. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN
Barrie
UtTIN,  WEART  &  McQUA-tBJJ-
stors, solicitors, etc. Offices
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. comer
Clarckson and  Lofne  Btrets. Vancou-j
ver, rooms 21, 21, 115 Oranvhle street.
Jos iph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W '
il. McQuarrle, ll. A.    Bourne.      Mr.
Martin wil be in    the    Westminstei !
offices every Friday afternoon.
GhiORUE E. MARTIN, lianlst.i ttUO
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colon,
i-ia and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. c.  '
v., MYERS GRAY, Lai ris'*-r, Solicitor
and Notary Public, 1> -iractlce -ince
1891 at New Westmin-""' Bfl, Of
flees removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House ;
P.O. Box 10'J.   Telephone 64.
W
A Display of Tact.
"Pa, what's tact?"
"I'll tell you. If Mr. Dullwlch, our
minister, should some day announce
that he would resign unless we raised
his salary be would not show tact, but
it he hinted that he Intended to remain
here and preach to us all his life unless
we gave him a raise he would exhibit
tact ln tbe highest degree. I hope you
understand.;:���Chicago l^cord-nerald.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
���n��r_ nK,r:��,    ��,-��. -a,astmlnatar, iC
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladies' and Gents'
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave.  Bleaching    and Dyeing.   Manicure ahd Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St. Vancouver, B. C.
0
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon C.oute
(or CONRAD, CARCKOSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express _nd freight connect with
utages a�� Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Koi   iniormation -ipply to
I H ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
F. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia aud McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. C,
30ARD OF trade.���N-. w Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows;
Second- Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. May,
August and November, at S p. ra.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
SOCIETIES.
-   O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire h9ld in Oddfellews' hall. Colum j
bla street, every Monday eveniug i
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren cor I
drally   invited   to   attend.    A.  Mc-'
Doaald,   N.   G.;    .1. W. McDonald,
V. G.; W. C. Coatham, R. S.; G. G.
Davy, F. S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. F. J. Lynch,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofleld, Secretary.
V. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE  No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson otreet, C
S. Corrigan, recorder; Geo. Bacon,
master workman.
F08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, 80NS OF ENGLAND. B. S-
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia St., al
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. L. Webber president, H. Disney, secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in *he
month at 8 o'clock, In the siAll
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings ol
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at S p. m. In lhe,Oddfellow��' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly injured to attend. E. C. Firth, C R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLAFt-a OF TEMPERANCE meet every WeJnesdas
at S o'clock p. m., lu Odiiiellows-'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend, Vi. Haggman, S. C; X. R.
Brown, Secretary.
8ON0 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Aa
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month tn
K. of P. Hall. John McXlven
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. S
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Colum. :ia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.H. Clow, X.G.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
"The Muwaukee"
"The Pion-T 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
ec|uipmcnt that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
nnd dining cars on alll their trains and
givt their patrons an excellence of
��_rvk*   not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H   S  ROWE. General Anent.
ij- I .-mi St.. cor aHt  Portland. Or.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Ixidge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L���
No, llt.il; L. O. L., No. 16��3; Coun
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No, 2rJ:
Beulab Rebukah Lodge, No. 5, 1. O.
O. F.
BT       ADVERTISE        fx
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
If  You   WANT  HELP.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
We would remind
the public that our
Great
Alteration
Shoe
Sale
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The place  to  buy your  Furniture at c-sh prices on
the easy payment plan^without interest
or extra charge
Max Freed furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings 81. West, Vancouver, B. I.
Complete   Mouse   Furnishers
\   All   orders   promptly   executed;  carefully packed free of charge.
Will be continued right through iCanadianPacificRailwa^Co
THIS WEEK
We sold hundreds of pairs of
Boots during the first three days
of our Sale, but we have thousands
of pairs left yet.
It will certainly pay anyone to
visit our store this week.
We Defy
Competition on
Shoe Prices
We can, and are underselling
any other Shoe Store in British
Columbia.
There are no profits for us during this sale���We are quite satisfied to get rid of the Shoes at
wholesale prices, as we are cramped for room.
Look for Further
Announcements To-morrow
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LTD.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
Look For the Big Yellow Signs
New Westminster, B. C.
-
rltlnh  Columbia  I'oast  Lin*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
|   SKAGWAY, JUNEAU,  PT. SIMPSON
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S   Pnncess  May.
Leaves Vancouver 8 p, m. on follow
in_ dates:
Jan. _.; Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Jan. .1
Fe.. 9; Lv. Victoria ll p.m. Feb. s
Feb. 24; Lv. Victoria ll p.m.'Feb. 24
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
S S    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. in- daily,
arrive, at Victoria G::!0 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. in. daily; arrives Vancouver S a. ni.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:^0 a. m. daily except iMonday;    arrives Seattle 2:^0 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except Monday;  arirves Victoria " a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R.  p.   Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 a m-
WEST COA8T ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and llth
of each month for Clayoqiiot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatslno and way porta;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quat
sino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. 8- .loan
Leaves Vancouver Ji-30 pm. dally,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER   ROUTB
S. 8. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, i ,. n,
Mondays, Wednesdays and   ''-t   ./_.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. tu. T<. ida>
Thursday and Saturdayt. call i.g a'
landings between New W^stin-nsiei
and Chilliwack.
UP FtlVKR
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.tu
r^rom Chwk. 8un.. Wed.. Frt.. 7 *.���,
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves  New WesmlnBter daily ex
cept Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
trip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a. m.j Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.8. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from    Vancouver    at   8    o. m���  2nd
and 16th of each month, oalling ai
Ski-agate on first trip and Bella Coola
| on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p. m. every Tuesday;
from Vancouver 9 a. m. every Wednesday.     Ret    ling arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; |
Monday  morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.       NANAIMOi
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesd  ��� '.  ���
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Xaniiimo Sal    lay �� p _��|
arrives Victoria 9 p.  ::;
For   reservations   and   'nrurmaUci |
call or address
OD   COIILBT
Agent, f^ew  Westminstei
BJ. .1. COYI.B.
f.��Rt. Oen. Pass   Agent. Vinenuw
J. W. TROl P,
Opneral Sni.erlnlendftni   VtHim.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF |
AMERICA, running through first cial
sleepers, tourist and dlnins c;irslea��i|
daily at 3:15; makes close conn*I
tions for Jill Kootenay points and u9
St. Paul, Chicago and other UnOT
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster |
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rat*
Quick Time. Excellent Serrtf
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. fcd|
ANii ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on sale  to ^l
European points. I
Special    Reduced   Rates   Rouncl T"'|
Rate*   to   8outhe-n   CaliTornia
For full information call on or*" ���
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, u-^
A. D. CHARLTON'.     I
Portland. VM
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENC*
trade urn
DESI0N*.
COPYniGHT����5,
AnTonoiien-ln_����ket(jhBn11''"<';|;���||1ori;
i;��loklr lucartmln our opinion.Hbb_ob)__H
Inreiillou u probuMr r>.uMtfjfi (;nK onl'""? I
llotnm.rlotl��eonOdeiitlnl. HANDBOUf,ut��_fl
���ent free. OldeM ��aency for ��JJ ' 'i% r**" |
tptcioinotUt, without chenre, In "10-_.u
Scientific JHcrK*,..
oulmtioo ofeni- ��olonuilo joarn ��� ^|eg_l�� I
all newsdealers. ,, ... Van I
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THE      DAILY     N
If YOU Want a Situation
E W' -4Y.  JAN.  27.   1903.
TELE DAHA MEWS.
PAGE THREE
Our Inventory Sales k
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
PLAYS  AND   PLAYERS.
STILL GO ON
We have added more lines to this
Great Sale
MEN'S   SUITS
10 only Men's Suits, regular $9 lines; now $5.00
23 only Men s Suits, regular $12 lines; now $6.00
21 only Men s Suits, regular $15 lines; now $7.50
ISunlight Soap
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
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Men's Showerproof Overcoats,
Topper Overcoats,      .    , .
Men's Fancy Vests,
half price
half price
half price
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTER1  ��� r ADDED . TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it
BANKING 1!V MAIL A SPECIALTY.
ST MM' NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f*.  b.  LYLEf   Mgr.
Thomas w. Boss has taken "Th*.
Other   Girl"   to the   M.. | iter,
Boston, for nn all summer run.
i.     ��� ii has ended,
ami she will Join her mother, Mrs
Madge Can Cooke, and spend her "a-
cation u nil ber In England.
J. H. Barnes, Doris  i. and Ar
tbur Lew is of the oi Ij ..   , ,..
The Hypocrites" bare been engaged
for the English production of the play
Frii/.i Scheff le recovering from her.
n enl illness anil hat sailed for the
other side. She plans to spend a short
time lu Prance nnd then will go tr
Carlsbad,
Ellis Jeffreys has released Ihe Shu-
berts from their contract, and nexi
season she is to star under Uer o>vn
mauagemeni In a play entitled "Thi
Bngar Bowl."
Elizabeth Brlce, who replaced Adeh
Ritchie as tbe prima donna in "The
Social  Whirl," Is soon  to appear in n
musical sketch written for her by Bo
l'i nfleld,
Adelaide Kelm, former!) of the Fa-
cett ��� ��� .. pany of Baltimore, Is tu
play leadii roles In a stock company
to be organized ai the Metropolis thea
ter, New i
Gilbert Miller, the .sou of Henry Miller, recently made his Initial appear-
ance on the stage in "The Boys of
Company B." He played the role of
Beauty, taking the part that was created for M" Estabrook.
Will A. rage, Who has been Ihe press
representative at the New York Illppo-
drome this season, Is to be associated
wiih Edwin Anlen In the management
ot the stock company at the Belasco
the;iter In Washington this summer.
50 dozen Wool Sox, regular 25c values; to
clear, 2 pairs for   ....       25c
MILLIP
The Wardrobe Clothier
FOR     CASH   ... SHORT  ST0R.ES.
The nutritive value of an egg is two
...               �����__. _-_ ami a half times Its weight of cow's
We will sell    TT\�� Q      .        milk.
all our I   /lil'^l^^I        eF^V^ ���������      '���   ��� ' " ���o-iimatic tli-e
JB-*.        .lAiVl      *��/V/ 1*.?J   Is constantly traveling In the direction
i in which the wheel is traveling.
.S-piece sets.'re J20.00. foi ...$15.75      AT^   ",1;rl1sts .nr"  *Il,l'llliui"S
���  , ,.   .    ,. ' t al the stars and stripes are notsuffl-
���'   '        '  - '    *"���"'��������� '"" *13'50 ; clently displayed by consuls, ministers
I,7-Plece sets, n $14.00,'for *11-25    and ambassadors In Europe.
'" ' 513.50, f ��19.75        gome   Louisiana   negroes  are  to   be
is butter dl '        regular priu    .'' for 20c \ fed thrice daily on molasses In order
All China at Red_ced Prices. that "poison squad" scientists may test
its effect on the human system.
ii.....,.,,, A souvenir Issued by a  western cork
| manufacturing concern consists of a
.?��������� ;��� >������ ^_^   I picture of the company's plant printed
A    ��*~\   A    \   if C       \ F"\ 1   '    A   IV T W oi; o sheei of cork one five-hundredth
A i ) A Vi i Aj   I h A \ l   ��r an toch in thi<?knes8'
/   \\-S L   \l * ��'vJ    %_X-       _L-/ 1���iL   Vi    V���/ A glass, tower resting on the-ottom
of the ocean thirty feel below the surface and extending up Into the open
ni:- is to be built at Long Beach, i'al.
The shaft will be constructed almost
entirely of heavy plate glass with a
gli i room twelve feet sqhare at tho
bottom reached by an elevator. Thin
will give visitors an opportunity to observe the wonderful sea gard��nB.
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
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IFOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
|      er to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
I Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Mail Service
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
������*�����
LOTS
N BURNABY
���  minutes from car line, wit-  fine view. 50 by   L60 feet
not io Ik- missed.   For 51-"'
SIT- cash, balance $5 8 month.
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P. PEEBLES H
70 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
����������*�����+��������**�����������������' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
fins & Steamer.!   when going east
r- P.R.   MAIN   LINK.
���iev, Westminster S:3.">. 11:'35, j
20, ls:*0.
NeW    Westminster    10:25,
!". 18:_&, lift.38.
I   -nd    express    arrives     12:15
'  L5.
E ;^T NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
W. 9-20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
V. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
W. &   ..���VANCOUVER
3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
icouver 8,58 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
I I   N. r,_pour or ""HON.
Mew Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
Hi -on 0 p-m.
Guichon (I al in-, arrive N'ew
I    ' ,;l minster S::10 a. in.
Wednesdays and Fridays-
|(    BLBCTRIC���VANCOUVER.
",v  Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
*��� m��� and every halt hour there-
It1" 13  D. -,,
Vancouver for Westminster al
|h-urs
Dispatched by C. P. R. tram at ���    '
a, m.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
daily.
Millside  No.   1.   daily   except  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched  by R.  C, Klectrlc rallwaj
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.  1,  dallyexcept Sun
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''There's one thing about a locomotive that hasn't changed in the
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through the train shed. The bell
was clanging loudly.
"I've railroaded a good many
years,," he continued, "and I can't
remember when the old engine hell
didn't sound just as it does today.
   ... . It's always been rung by n cord too.
___ ,,!.. "! The coming of compound cylinders
TO I LET= and ^= EamagfeHthe|m?iove^mb��ne.Bil?8*
^* tons and exhausts have revolutionized railroading, but the old bell
swings backward and forward just
as it did when I first climbed into
a cab."
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Puidished by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at the;r
offices, corner of Sixth and From
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
There's ao economy in buying
"cheap" salt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cost* no
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CORRESPONDENCE
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A.
Paige
ig   Director
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MONDAY.   JAN.   27.
1908.
The  electorate  at
jolce to see him give
   J!..u_l...l....;'J...l..il.'ji_
LIBERAL  VS.  TORY   RULE.
i Editor News:
Sir,���Your contemporary,   the   "Co-
,lace to an abler; lumbian," seems to take great delight
least   would   re
TECHNICAL  EDUCATION.
Th. fact that the Manufacturers' as-
social ion Is *<j heartily in accord with
the idea of a system of technical edu-
oatlon for Canada should suggest an
easy way out for Premier Laurier.
The premier has announced that he is
greatlj in sympathy with the idea, but
has Questioned whether the Dominion
government would be acting within its
constitutional rights in giving financial aid thereto. The trouble seems
to be as lu the rights of the provinces
to exclusively handle all questions of
education within their own boundaries,
Hut surely the Dominion government can overcome this littL difficulty, which appears to be more
fancied tli.in real. Much of the wealth
Bowing Into the Dominion treasury
< dines iii the shape of taxes In one
way or another from the manufacturers of the whole country. The
manufacturers are anxious for technical education. How. then, can the
government apply some portion of its
funds for the encouragement of that
which the revenue producers want and
plead for without Infringing upon the
prerogatives of the provinces '.'
We un lerstand the United States
federal govi rnment has solved a similar difficulty in what stems to be a
simple and effective way. Where the
state spends certain amounts upon
technical education, and maintains
the work at a certain standard, the
federal government makes a grant,
regulated in size i.y the amount    ex-
and safer man. Who ever takes the; in abusing the Laurier government, of
reins ju this date will not have to j course it stems natural tor that Con-
assume responsibility for the lleuten- servative organ  to be getting reedy ^
an,-governors act of withholding as- tor the coming election a, k. man-
sentto bill No. 30, since another bill; aging director 'has rather a dull ax,
of like nature and tenor has been in-j to grind. _._������,
troduced, thus removing from .a new In a recent issue of the Co umbUw
chief .advisor thai disability wWcn there appeared ,a letter over the sig-
Hon Mr McBride. had he been astute' nature of "Surrey Farmer that gentle-
enough, and assuming the reservation I man from Surrey says that the Laur-
to be the lieutenant-governor's own - r government has no claim whatever
act might have thrown on other shoul. on the laboring class ol tils movers. The electorate would have up- lm* or on the fishermen or on the
eld his hands:  but he   missed   the  termers either;   If the Liberal par y
.     i-f n���,Q tn- hi- rirtv and   -as no  claim  on  the  people ot    this
chance ol a hletime loi  lu.-> party  ai. i.
,��      ^  fw_ mi,-*  hP the add-' province, 1 would like to know where
nimself, nnd  there mils..  t>e ine am- , ���
ed humiliation of having    the    truth!
forced from him inch by Inch.
Talk about school hoard extravagance! Ottawa boasts of a new school
building  with   a   complete local  tele-
phone system between the rooms, and i the reins ol power in Ottawa for e.gh
,a complete fire alarm with a perfec
the conservative claim cornea in.
I have lived twenty-one years in the
New Westminster district. In the
spring of 1886 I took up 160 acres of
land in the railway belt and paid the
Conservative government which   held
system of signals which when sounded!
ring in every room and every corri-l
dor. Would the New Westminster
hoard dare dream of such frills.
Guests  at the   Russell.
teen years one dollar per acre for it.
J did not think the price any t k>
much at the time, but I thoug.it it
rather singular that I could burn
every stick of Umber that was on the
whole 160 acres, but if I sold any of
it to make money to help me clear the
W. Hess, Revelstoke; F. L. Buck-] land I would have to pay dues to the
railway belt on homesteads, that their j
: cessors in office had not reserve |
they gave free to settlers so that there'
were no <!ues>to be paid.
iii    Free homesteads were gi-.tu In
the railway belt adding enormously to |
the population of the province, and -a
large number who    abandoned    the!:-;
homesteads    under    Tory    rule   came
back again.
(_) During the Conservative regime
any person travelling by water up or
down the Eraser river on the river
not look without pity on
tne deckhands on those boats���the
miserable way in w'hieh they had to
pack heavy loads on their hicks up
and down the .slippery banks of the
Fraser, while today there are fine
wharves ou which to land the freight
with the greatest of ease, all the way
from New Westminster to Mission
City.
(4i There is also A first class dredge
on the Eraser, which does an immense amount of good, and there is a
great change for the better along the
banks of the Eraser from the east end
of Nicomen island to the mouth of the
river to what it was twelve years ago
after eighteen years of Tory rule.
Now. Mr. Editor, if I am nol encroaching too much on your valuable
space I would like to give a short
sketch of the record of the McBrI 1 ���
government.
I have lived close on thirty years
on the American continent and lived
for several years In the wildest part-
(Continued on Page Six.i
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Plumbers, Gas and hot Hfata litters, Etc
Repairs of all kino eciaUt
tention. Sewer c< nneel
Moderate Charges. ������ a :ct
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ley, Enderby; Mrs. and Miss Elliot'.;
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Black, Edmonton; C Burton Mackenzie, Surrey; James P, Brenn'an, Blaine;
Miss L. Re,a, Seattle; Y. Yofliisaki,
Vancouver; B. H. Miller, Minneapolis;
E. M. Carncross, Cloverdale; Max
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Vancouver; P. A. Mitchell. Clover-
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Mcljean. N. S. Bourke, Vancou.
pended by the slate.    T'he ground of Garland, George
defence for thus voting federal funds   a.  John  Taylor
for what might appear at first glance
to be purely state business    In   the
argument used above;  that inasmuch
���as a considerable proportion of   the
federal  revenue comes directly or indirectly   from the  manufacturers, the
expenditure of & portion of that revenue in the interests of manufacturers
is not only excusable, bul  good busi- Gay,    Vancouver;  w.
ness. wife, Everett:  Murray
It is to be hope 1 that the Dominion
government will be able to discover a
way whereby it can, without seriously
wrenching the Britis'h North America
act, grant generous supplementary
financial aid to the provinces in this
most desirable cause. In the meantime, the provinces are not waiting for
what may come from the Dominion.
Already Quebec and Nova Scotia are
planning systems of technical education rind erecting college builidngs,
while in Ontaria Premier Whitney and
his cabinet ar, practically committed
to a similar course of action, and it
would be good policy for the province
of British Columbia to take advantage
of th-> popular wave, and make the
long dream of our local trustees possible of fruition.
M.
Robert Scott, who was severely injured by the falling of a tree last
week at Coqultlain, at midnight was
reported to be in much the same condition, no change for either better or
worse so far being evident. Hopes
are entertained for his recovery. His
mother spent most of yesterday at his
bedside, but the young man was unable to recognize her.
government.    But that was not all, a
few  years afterwards  the  same Con- '���
servative government raised the price
of land in the railway belt to $5 per
acre,  which   drove  hundreds of  set- j
tiers out of this province acr iss tue \
line to the  state of Washington and!
other parts of the United States where!
tfiey  could obtain free liomesteada;
therefore 1 fail to see where the Con- j
servative party   have   any   claims on J
votes of the people in tbis'provifice.
It was the Conservative party that,
allowed  the Chinese to come to this!
province by the thousands for the con-:
struction of the C. P. R. ani to show:
their incompetency in connection with
that corporation they took over    the,
Pacific  division  from Contractor  I'n-
derdonk before it was finished, so that I
the said Tory government had camp1
along the line of the C. P. R. In Brifif
ish Columbia finishing  the  road  be-',
fore the C. P. R. syndicate would takej
it off their hands, that is part of the
record of the government that "Surrey
i Farmer" asks the people of this pr��
��� vince to return to power at the next-
Dominion election."
The people of British Columbia are
j not quite so blind as "Surrey Farmer"
| thinks they are.
I   shall  now   briefly   refer  to   what
the Laurier government has don1 for
i this province since it got control    of
I the treasury benches at Ottawa:
(1)    In 1S96 ;ill the timber in thf
PRINTING
Have your printing don ��� la
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily   News  Block.     Phone 333.
I THE    GREAT	
1 Sale of Crockeryware
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Will Continue  During the
Next Week
BARGAINS   fOR   EVERYONE
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
j Public Supply Stores
! Geo. Adams, Proprietor
PHONE B 284
Choice  Meats  and Chickens  always
cn hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
VISIT...
The New Optical Parlors,
and have your eyes tested
FREE.
GRAND!
RALLY
KEEP PROBING.
Now that ministerial misrepresentation at Victoria is a matter of history,
t'he opposition should press at every
turn for the production of every communication and record in connection
with this miserable endeavor of Premier McBride to cast the responsibility
on other shoulders than his own. If
need be every Item of supply should
e debated until the ministry comes
from Ik hin I its false shi U and produce officially wh it is known to ex
1st. The longer this production to the
house is delayed, the greater will be
the task of righting its-If with the
electorate of the province.
Th. r^UCtance to be frank and
open only tends to strengthen the belief that exists everywhere, that there
is being concealed that which if produced would condemn one member of]
the ministry and banish him from
public oonfidencfe for all time, and
there may be others implicated iu the
deception practiced upon the people's
representatives in the Legislature.
There are members on the right of
the Speaker who would be as insistent as the Opposition in this matter.
They believe ihe whole truth has not
been fold them and it ia worthy of
note that the Hon. F L. Carter-Cotton, In whom everyone has confidence,
..as not been heard in the debate.
It. is   significant, to   say  the   least,
that  the  ablest debater on the Government side should be so silent, because, akhough a layman, he ls per-
hais   the   best   posted     man     in the
House, including Mr. Speaker, on constitutional law and practice. Why then
his silence ?   13 he not at one with the
premier and attorney-general? and are
there   ethers  In   the     ministry     who
would  hail  the day of  t'ne  premier's
retirement with satisfaction) glad to
b��  free  of  the uncertainty  that surrounds his every promise and ar.t'.on.
OF THE-
Liberal Party
���AT THE ���
Liberal Club Rooms
Tuesday, Jan. 28,1908
AT 8   P.   M.
J. C. MACINTOSH, Liberal Organizer, ROBERT JARDINE and others
will address the meeting.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Door��,
Manufacturer* and Dtaitrt in Alt Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmiruter
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YES, WE INSURE AUTOMOBILES AGAINST DAMAGE OF
ANY KIND WHETHER ' YOUR
MACHINE IS BURNED OR
WHETHER YOU RUN INTO A
TELEPHONE POLE, TRAM CAR
OR PEDESTRIAN. WE ALSO
PAY DAMAGES TO THE INJURED PEDESTRIAN. IF YOU
HAVE A MACHINE OR ARE ORDERING ONE, ENQUIRE ABOUT
THIS.
W. J. CUNNINGHAM,
Secretary.|
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tablet and supplies  in
:
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ONLY COME ONCE IN A  LONG. -0nG ]
THIS  Is*
0UT|
ABSO-
SALES OF THIS NATURE    ^	
TIME.     WE   ARE   CLOCIK?.   OUT OUR   BUSINESS AND
YOUR  OPPORTUNITY TC   REPLACE     OLD     AND     WORN
FURNITURE, CARPETS, L NOLEUMS,    AND    OILCLOTHS,
LUTELY
itock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2898. P.  O. Box  1185 j
Bowling Alley,  Pender  St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for   Messrs. Samuel   May   �����
Co., 'vo<-nr,f.o.
AT
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
|    of New Westminster and dist-iet
On Sale at���
Morey'a    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
jarAdrertlse the town  we live i;i   l>
mailing Picture Post Cards to yo'-r
friends.
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THIS  SALE WILL CONTINUE    UNTIL    EVERYTHING   IS
POSED  OF FOR  CASH.    THOSE  WHO   KNOW   US   KNOW TH    j
THIS IS NO "DISASTER," BUT   A   GENUINE   DESIRE   ON   "    |l
PART TO DISPOSE OF OUR   ENTIRE STOCK AS SOON  AS P     .1
SIBLE.
W. E. FALESi
THE   OLD   RELIABLE
EURINITURE   MAN...
Columbia St. New Westminstcf|
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7,000 YARDS
New
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Embroideries
FOR SPRING, 1908
Liberal Trade and Cash Discounts
prompted us in making this very
unusual purchase. You'll readily agree with us that the assortment   surpasses   any
ever offered by us during previous seasons.
2,500 Yards Will Sell at
8c and loC yard
We place on the bargain table
thousands of yards of fresh new
stock at these tempting prices.
Scores of pieces of fine wide Insertion and Embroidery will be cleared at less than present cost of manufacture. We do this now, when
you will buy enough to carry you
through your entire season's saving. The saving in many purchases
will be half your usual outlay. If
you prefer first choice, COME
EARLY.
400 Yards Fine English
Cotton, 9c
1,000 yards Unbleached Cotton;
fine, even make, 3C inch; free from
specks.   Special���
10c
2,000 yards Unbleached Cotton,
extra heavy quality, 13c value;
must be sold this month. Quick
selling price
10c yard
T.   H.   SMITH
������;;.;;;^��;-j;c.;^i_^;^'?ir,-4%-'-���-'���������' ***   -WOghl    in   on   adjutant, the following local nvmbers
s evening bj Chief Mcintosh, ot A company, sixth regiment D. C.
CITY NEWS
���    -
lancer* will    be
Ou ��� < January 27.
F. L. Buckle; manager or the Bait B   C.   sawmill, is a visitor in
the city, staying at  the  Russell.
a .  , -.i.  smokers, tfce
"Brill an    ' clgai. **
John McLeod, a well known real
estate agenl and Investor of Vancouver, spent yesterday in the city the
guesi ol Horace Dorer.
Comi  and hear Mr. Robb sing "Lea
�����.ig" in the opera house. Mr. Robb
Is .1 Scottish gold medalist anil this
is his flrsl appearance in this city. *"
Mr.    : i   Mrs.  ,\.  w. McLeod    returned yesterdaj morning from a ��ev-
| oral weeks' holiday trip to   sout!
irnia
Sold ;.. the leading distribut >r-  the
"B. C." cigar. **
Pollowin -���  the regular evening   -���
vice at the Olivet Baptist church next
Sun 11    ::        llnance of Baptism will
I e administered.
Miss Ella Walker will sing "Dainty
Davie al the Scottish concert January 2',. **
.1. R. Black, of Edmonton,  Alta., is
a   st al  the Ruessell   hotel.     Mr.
Black Is largely interested In timber
limits in this province and also has
large land investments in the middle
west.
All kinds of pot-plants and cut
flowers at Tidy's.   Phone     184.       **
By courtesy    of    D,  J.   McQuarrie, I
looal manager of the B. C, E. II..   a;
special car will leave the tram office
for Vancouver at  ll.-O p.m. for   the!
convenience of visitors attending the
.'   i   ��� .' .:. ol l_nd i oai 111 ton ghi.
There never has been go much tal-
eut gathered together at a single con-i
cert iu tin- opera house January -7. **!
The monthly missionary meeting of
the  Baptist C.  B, society t'.iis evening
will be addressed by Rev. Arthur DeB.
Owen <m his work when a Indian mis-j
slonarv. The address is tu supplement i
one  given   by hini  lo  Ihe  Bocjety   last
fall,
Prices for the grand Scotti-b concert are 7.")C, 50c and 25c **
The funeral of Charles Henry, who
died  from ptomaine poisoning ou Friday of lust week, will lake place from
Murchie's  undertaking  parlors  at    9
o'clock this morning.    The interment!
will be In the Roman Catholic oeme-|
tery.
For sale, two cash registers, one
safe; quick sale cheap. Apply "Safe,"
P. 0. Box 893. *'
.1. ll. Cain, of Sunbury, through the
medium of Arthur S, Whiteside, has
turned over his roily acre farm to
Richard W. Lloyd, the consideration
Ik lag $8000. or $200 per acre. Mr. |
Cain has since purchased -7 teres of
Bunbury land from Hans C. N'ads-n
$3000 being the purchase price.
Cosy six room house  With  all  m d
ern  conveniences;   centrally     local  d   I
near city car line,   Only $2100; tetto-, 11
$600 oash,  balance easy.    Abbott    &.'
Hyde. ** j
At ���'��� o'clock yesterday afternoon th
si amboal  Newlngton, Capt.   Keenan,.
owned  by  B. J.  Pa ler, readied    tit"
city  with  a   boom Of sixteen swlf
for the Brunette saw mills from Bea
vet to.-     A  fi"0 voyage    was
 I  with  slightly rough    weather
on the gulf.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davie* &
Son, B. -OS-
Sheriff Armstrong i-nd Chief ('.instable Spain on Saturday travel!-'i
Mission City to attend th.- cotir
which mit to consider the appeal
against th:> Keens- to the MatSqul
! hotel. The Case was adjourned for
fifteen days. The commission r3
granted the license some time sirlec
to' ttM Matsrpii which hss 1 een running a hoarding house for several
years. The license is contested by J.
Mackay,   proprietor of the    Bellevue
hOl .   : '.: :-,i=   ' bal   h--   '��� I
Bel ..in the owner of the
so.. be  ni;! Iin_    h il
!��; ��� mid nol    ���     >ened in o] ���������
I������ ... foi   i   iei lod of years.
I > .-. tl i   p and Soottltrb oon-
cei .   ;,. Id   by   the Sons of Scot
lai. .;   Burns'  anniversary, -i;i1
27. be opena bo                           **
. ��� il. R>aii, of the Westmin-
ster Lacrosse club, yesterday forwarded .     -:   it       ���'      ��� '   "OSSf    J   It
ptoi i Queen's i ark, to   be   en
grav      on the Gilford cup donated by
the   :,       Maurice  Gilford   for
iring this and following summers The photo was taken by W. T.
Co.   -:.     photograher, of this city.
1 .1-       AlltO"    I    ���-
C. smoke
is becoming   a
ow evenin -   -  Masonic ban-
.,::        ���    ,    be   hi    I      tn     t'li'     Ru
hotel   In   honor  of   the  visiiing Free-
ma of  Bellingham    Hay    lodge,
Washington. The visitors from ba ���
th- line are returning thi recent visit
of    _g Solomon lodge of ibis city. On
j Wedn  sday   they   will  vi-u   iu    Vancouver.
Choo Sing and LOO Wing, natives of
fi and of the Mj "ill appear this
m bef :--  Majlsl  iti     Corbould
to answer to   i  charge   of  gambling.
i.-iu   enjo;, ln_   a     qulel
��� .ucka-luck.   Thej  wen
��� from the lock-uii on furnishing
iiail foi |30 each.
. m speak    wfiei
'ouches it on January
a hous--. ** I
Invitations are being issued by the
bacheloi girls oi Bap lerton to   a leap
iai  ..it Friday, February 7, to   ���
hi      In SI   Mary's parish ball. Sapper-
ingetnents have been mad--
for  h ,..;   Ostrom's orchestra, to:
��� i i-jc for Che evening, and
mi ex. . .nl progtam of danc<-s has
been drawn up. The chaperones tor
ihe occasion are Mrs. N. Nelson, Mre,
.1. Armstrong, Mrs. W. Ostrom. The
comrnitiee in charge of the arrange-,
ments for ihe ball are Miss Lizcte
Walmslej and Miss F. Kirk.
Rig preparations are under wav   for;
the ooncerl to be given on Thursday
in St. Barnabas' parish hall with    e
\ie��   to  raising funis   to   be used    ini
. supporting of a children's ward at
the Royal Columbian hospital. I ���
will be a" u at v O'clock, 'ana ��� i admission fee of 2,")c will .be levied upon
nil who attend. The entertainm-n: is
being held under the auspices
recently formed Children's Ward Supporting society, the young ladies Inti rested having undertaken to procure
the best available talenl tor this occasion. An orchestra will be in attendance throughout the evening,
Included iii the last list of regimental orders, published under the
signature of  J.  H.  D    Hulme, captain
" R., are granted theli discharge and
. ��� length oi the regiment: Bergt, T. N. Reed. Sergt, C.
Lord, Corporal fnsley corporal Gregg.
The following promotions hav ��� sen
ved of by the officer commanding: A company- Ti lants:
Corpora] Matthews, vice Reed, dis-
charged; Corporal D. Morriso
Lord, discharged. To ������ ��������� j ���
Pte 6. Feemy, vice Inslej
charged; Pte. (_'. Spring, vie Matthews, promoted; Pte. F Nash
'Ir.-gg, discharged; Pte. Btelfins, vice
Morrison, promoted. A and H companies' bugle band���To be - eanl Of
the bugle band; Pte. A. S. Leslie.
Leonora Josephine, infant d i igl
of Mr. and   Mrs. Chris. Jackson,  ���
one month, died Saturday   afternoon.
The funeral wdll take place I
On Friday next the Orang. men of
the city will give a ball in the St.
George's hall. Programs are now being arranged by the committees on i
b.rangements have been made with
A-.-'ton's orchestra to su]
nuisi.; for the occasion.
A special meeting of the commil
of the city council was held on Satur-
da yafternoon, and the matter of the
error in the pipe line discussed and a
settlement reached. A communication
was read from the solicitors of ,T.
Ooughlan stating that their client,
would not make any claim against the
city tor digging the trench through his
property and that, he would permit
them to lay pipe in the same.
It's Worth Your
While
To See Our Three Leading Specials
For Monday Morning until
12 o'clock.
GENTLEMEN'S
ARMCHAIRS
Four different designs and styles, regular
$4.00 and $5.00.   Sell for $2.25.
LADIES7 SEWING
ROCKERS
Regular $2.25.   Sell for $1.50.
BIG IMPERIAL OAK
SIDEBOARD
Large mirror, bevel edge, two large drawers,
one linen drawer and carpenteire front.
Regular $35.00.   Sell for $24.00.
Hard times are over for us. During our big clearance sale the money just rolled in. our entire
31 iff of 21 employees were working overtime every day getting goods In shape for shipping, and we
have the satisfaction of knowing We Are In the Business to Stay.
The public are more than satisfied with our methods and support us so liberally we cjinnot do
otherwise.
J ^ LEE'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block
Telephone 73
Columbia Street
Websdale & Hardwick
Builders and
Contractors...
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built, on the shortest notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   St.   Andr-ws
Street between 8th and 9th St.
They Arrived To-Day!
THE     FIRST     SPECIAL     SHIPMENT     OK     EARLY      SPKINO
WOOLENS
IN ALL THE LATEST  SHADES
AND  PATTERNS.     THEY ARE
HlGH   CLASS   IN   EVERY   PAR-
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The UNION TAILOR SHOP
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, jam
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CORRESPONDENCE
(Continued from Page Four.)
.McQUARRIE   &   C��-
NflW   IS   THF   TIMF  IRealE8lateBrokers lnsurance Agents    Financial Agents
ci t'-t  I'nited Slates and 1 am sorry toi
say that the worst government   that |
ll   have ever known  in all  my tiav  Is
le the present one at Victoria
During the past five years the dese-
cration  Of  the  Lord's    Da.,     has    in-1
reased 108 per cent., indeed In this!
part ot the province we have no Sun-
day, it  is not at all  unusual, dur.ng
divine service, to bear the sound of
the  gun  drown    the   voice    of    the
preacher   but   what  cjjii    we   expect
when  our   present    government    put
their foot down on one of the   com- j
mandments of our Und, w.ien they re-!
fused  to  enforce  the    "Sunday    law'
passed by the Dominion.
l would also like to give   a   bri< f
sketch of the miserable condition of
the provincial government road in the |
neighborhood of Mission City on which
thousands and  thousands    of dollars
have  been  squandered,  but the  roads
nevir  finished,  and  today  they are a
regular sea of mud. indeed if the wet!
weather continues  much   longer    we
shall have to cut a trail through   the
wools to reach the station.   Anyone,!
who would  visit  Dewdney now,   and
take a good look at the splendid work
done by Sum    Smith    and   his   colleagues, with only the paltry sum   of
$250  lo  help them,   would    recoil    in
amazement, when comparing that with
the trunk  road  ejist of    the    Hatzic
slough on  which thousands of dollars j
have been simply and purely squandered,   by  the Conservative government,,
they  will  come  back fully  convinced:
that a radical change is   needed    ini
the management of road building in
Dewdney  riding, and  person who  has
lived in the Fraser  valley for a few
years musl  know that building roads
in the winter is only wasting    public
funds especially in the low kinds, but
in face of all this Surrey Farmer says
that we have a second Sir .lohn    A.
Maodonald In  the person of Richard
McBride, bui if the late Sir John A.
Macdonal 1   wore  living  now. and was
premier 1 .' this  province,  he    would
have  acted   entirely    different,    mid
when the Hon, James  Dunsmuir    refused to give his ass'-nt to the Bowser
bill, he would Immediately have    re-
sighed bis position as premier, as any
statesman would have done.
in my opinion to compare Richard
McBride to the late Sir John A. Macdonald is a cruel Insult to the memory
of the late premier of the Dominion
.of Cana hi. for one and all admits,
whether Grit or Tory, Sir .lohn A.
Macdonald was ;i great statesman.
MISSION FARMER.
Mission City, Jan. 2S.
P.S.���If Surrey Farmer will drop
his nom-de 1 lume, Mission Farmer
will do the same, and prove every fact
over his own signature.
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    ^
UK 333
i
To secure a dainty BLOUSE
at a very small amount :
All our Blouses in lace, net
silk, fancy muslins, etc., marked down  to  cost and below.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
for new railway,
all bottom, land,
Full sized Lot on (th SI  at th
of  Regina  St.,  between *
avenues, west side of  ttfa  .|    pr
$400;   half cash. ric*
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of ?500 or $600. WE HAVE
just such a proposition. New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, modern. Two lots each 66x132 feet. You can sell one of these lots 'or
$G",0. All we ask ls $2700 for tb's property. Good terms, too Look
into it.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY ��
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager ���
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THE ONE-
WASHER
The good housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" lecause it does its
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
Lots 2, ., 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
10, 17, IS, 19, 20, 2jS, 66, 71. 7:'. 7::, 7-1
and 77 of subdivision 3, In suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton street,
al) modern improvements. One lot
from car line; iot 60x132- Price $1400.
$G00 cash, balance in monthly payments.
8 room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
3V. acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 28 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 $1600
cash, $1000 In April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66xK2 ft., S. i_ of S, lane at
.back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B 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 1Sx28, lean too 14x28
and  lean  too  16x22;   barn 30x32 ani'
lean  too  32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
.chicken houses,  each    l'ixl2;     wagon
shed   20x30;   small  milk  house,  small
orchard, all kinds of fruit   65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well, Price
.*���; I;   $2ouu cash, balance easily ar- |
ranged at 7 per cent. i
Full sized lot on Third street, be- !
tween Royal and Queens avenue east;
side, new  house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
4   Lots    88x132  each,
j 13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES
on 1 lot, Ke
160 acres, less 3M
.Township 4, Sec. 11
'under grass, suitable fur dairy farm;
140  acres under-drained,    ditched  all
[round and fenced mound and through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock.    Price  $8000;   terms  one-tbird
. l,^--    n-,- mile  Sapperton   a rooms and
cash, bal. m suit purchaser.   O.ie mite
j from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards aud Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES  about  two  miles  from
Aldergrove Btatlon,  30  acres  cleared
and partly   f'-nced,  good  house,  bam
and stable.    Price $16 per acre; $1760
i cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist. J
Lot 8;   south  side of the  river,  n<"i"
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2   LOTS.   132x132, N'.-W.  corner  of
10th Street   and   St. Andrews.   Price i
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and |
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x j
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
4th aven*
'v Strwti
>���' '���. woo.
aud wood
cash, bal.
shed and  4 rooms, ki-.
shed.   $1000 each, oni
1 ance easy.
77.58  ACRES,  black  I    ,��� ^
j ploughed and cleared and dykel-' ��
$75 per acre, one-thlrj
third t
E. V4 Sect.
I cash, one-third
months.
motr:
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Iiiclusii
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenuei
4   lots  cleared, small  i
house, 175 chickens; fei
price $1500, $1000 cash
6 ACHES good loam sol
Lot 16, corner Blue Mou
and   Brunette  road,    e
Block, corner of Auckland & llth 81. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
������   -roup 3,
���: ain road
I le; (.
roomed   house;   parlor,   d i og rooffi
kitchen and three bedroon -   plastered ;  conservatory 30 or' I    feet long,
heated by pipes;   well;  .      e; bam-
115   bearing fruit   trees;      t.siderablt
l stock ready to plant out; 2 skep bees-
I j 5 acres cleared, light timber on re.
maintng acre;    all  fenced;    \-, mfli
from school.    Price $3000; hall cash,
S ; bal. iii 6 months at
1   Lot 88x132,
, $800  cash.
4th  a
pi     ent
. 13th
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
r. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jr-i
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%.
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
at Columbian College
For rates apply at the College.
Double Screened
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
J 50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea&Co.
Telephone 150
VV. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
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 comenclng to- bear;
new house, 11�� storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
160 acres, 2 miles  from city.
$40 per acre
Two  lots  on  18th  street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses  corner or    Merrival    and j
.gries;  full sized lot;    city block 81.
I.i-   11;     one  house rents  for $25.  the
other $10;   Hush elosets and  all connected     with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
Cash $2, 3,    balance In 6, 12 and IS
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and IE of 1 of 0 ol 4
fcleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-3
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmaudlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-slorey
house. Tt�� rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, batb, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Lake Commur,
$25   per   acre
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS U PRESTON
P. O. Box  3-tS 'Phone   105.
OFFICE:. FRONT STREET. FOOT Of SIXTH. -  ��� ��EW WESTMINSTER
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
j sites in the city for sale exclusively
, | by us.   This magnificent property is
rnOne 192 \ situated on the comers of Fourth a.ve-
; nue,    First    street    (facing    Queen'a
; park-   and   Emory  street,  comprising
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
i First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
I ner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an 1
i First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1.-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;
j five lots, $400.    Call at our office on
, Fro-nt street and Inspect plans.
j House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18. 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and Sth avenue;  2 corner lots
I $250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$9*0. cash.    Single lots at cash.
Part of lot 369, join.-J
about '70 acres, only-
Half cash.   Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; email
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
en. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
o'. Gilley road. $225 jier 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 bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath
. room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   i/2   cash.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No.   312.���8-roomed
room, Agnes St     Price $2,500;
caBh, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acr.e strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and constables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid In
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent
3 LOTS, 5, C & 7. full zed aai
cleared, upper side of Sth Avenue, lu.
tween 1st and 2nd Streets, . ^ $;oo
each.
4 LOTS. 2 lots from lsl Streel ami
Oth Avenue on south si���;���
37 & 38, full size.   Price $1100 for thi :
four, or $300 each; hall
Double tenement housi. it_ Ave,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price $1,700;
cash ball and half in 6 ;. 1
Ri nts for $10 each ten.-
40 acres '. section 1 I, \\ . I E :
of Tn. 2, about 3 [piles fi ol
ll;,worth road, Surrey; b .vci,
l'_ storey house, 3 rooms fin
othei 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack; l'_ acres cleared an eda
with clover, red; fairly easil; cleared.
One mile from shingle m PriM
$1,200;. terms half oash, balance 11
months  at  7   ';
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Block!,
132x132 corner 100 feet Bqua ��� ItO
houses drawing $_S per niorib. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and 11
months.
160 S.E.  U of Section 26, Dist, 12,
10 acres.partly cleared; Kai i ��� Mjj
running through; good road; one mil* <
north of Webster's cone:, sbingls
mill and P.O. at the west < irner; timber worth $7 per acre; ce_ai and -T|
4 miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
Large lot and two cottages on 0*
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house BOT
full 6i_e lot, situated nortb side ol;
Royal avenue and corner cd McKlnnl
street; 9 rooms; bath room, but ani
cold water, closet; woodshel; yonnj
bearlg fruit trees; streets cn three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $��
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qneetfl
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'*
:Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; la��
alongside  and  back.     Pric.    $1.009|
half cash, balance easy at 7   ,
150 acres improved land, bulld-fl
and sheds complete, near Cloverdsl*!
all under cultivation, $15,000.   II J'0"
lean  handle  this, don't delay;  H'8 *
bargain; terms can be arranged.
��3"For the above four propertleij
special price will be made to one l��ir'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between ^
and.5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double- ���
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room-
down stairs; parlor, dining room,-1
chen and pantry. Full Blzed lot t,in'
ning back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per )'��"
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth nvenoft
"��.l!!e .!.":Lb,Uh ! n<��-th ��<Je between First ai i ^
* | streets, No. 5, 6 and 7.   Price M*
each or $1100 for the three.
Full Blzed lot, north side
ilton street between Sixth a
streets; $22o.
0t Ham-
,! Elg&f
acres  on    Mara  roal
an acre   FOR   A  FEU
rjurnaM-
DAW
balance
south
28
$160
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,
and 2 years at 7 %.
1  lot No. 24  on  13th.  street
side of 4th avenue.   Price $20�� cflBb
Block 12 on 12th St., erst Bl-fli.J]
full sized lots. Price $2,600. one-tnu
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
4 lotR on Fifth Btrebt, 11 12. '\J.i
Sub. 10, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, �����"
each, balance 6 months at T % ,NDAY. JAN. 27. 1908.
TILK DAILY SEWS.
PAJB  SEVEN
NoncE
L4ND  REGISTRY ACT.
���   iERS    addressed
md endorsed ' 1
He   Buildin      I
rei -,:-������ i at I
D   ��� n ���
...    iii.. construction .
i Lftdysmlth, B. C
dflcatlons ea
endi    ob1 dm
an i o.i application i    I
L-dysmlth, B. C.
,:i    teni    In no ;' -
,,i.'  be considered un
,     : be   print.-      ;i   i
theli   actual
inn;.'     |���     J|.-cOliipai] j.   1
c i cheque on a chi rt< i   I
. ...  payable    to the ord(    ��� I
��� ibli   the Minister of    '
equal to ten pei oen    I
Hi-   amoun    ol  thi   tende
bi   forfeited If th    ���
-., cllne to ehtei  into a cones lied upon to do so or if
qplete tin; work contrai
;   the tender be not sccepte:
will be returned.
irtmenl does not bind itself
i   |ot es  ������   an; tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary,
of Public Works,
.,,   November 13, 1907.
will not be paid for this
they Insert It wltn-
. rll    trom the Department.
New   Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
'' \ ' ���  ���        \v.  Pr-ston,
tion Broker, Intends
purchase
he I ��� ��� n,.,.
-'���d   at
., i  . ' -.-ner of     lot    1020,
east
No.  1173!. th     ���
.   ,.       ���        so hence east to Bhore,
oi; or trai ������'*"' ' bore
po ��� .,.
���      IS. \\\ PRESTON
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THE  CLACK  SEA.
viiij; and  b
New Westmin
Bl tlf
nown and d
subdivision ol
of you are  require i
ilm of th.- tax
tort; -five days trom the
noi .,..-.
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I   '
C.   B    KEITH,
i   Istrar.
To Jo
served v        bl   notice,
n    ihrousrii  fo  under
1" w   claiming any in-
tei lid land   by virtue of any
it, and all
in    sai 1
I   le  is
NOTICt:
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE that Harrlei  ."ord,
Of   H:.
int.'-' ion to pur-
: chasj   tl     followin    di scri ed  lands:
Con In i posl   planti i    at
New
Westmin Lan      \> rtrlcf,   tl
hatns more or less to th  X
���    ���     1650, tl I
ence* south to the si
ly along th..- shore,   to'
th      di ' ommencemenl. \
','"-,
HARRIET FORU.
Per it. S. Ford, a^ent.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
j A Special Line of
4 ���---���---______-__---_--_--_-
| Good Things
Beef Tenderloins.
Pork Tenderloins,
Pork Spare Ribs,
Sweetbreads.
A Choice Selection of Prime Meats
Poultry of all kinds.
its
Reichenbach, Co. Ltd.     I
4
Telephone 101 I
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���'  has
been made r" register John B   Ru-h-
ton i vner i   ( ���   sin ���
a tax sale deed  from the mayor and
_0I   treasun the City of Hew West-
of     Canadian     North-West
-einiesteaci   Regulations
even numbered section of Do
i andt   in  Manitoba, 8askatch-
Uberta excepting 6 and 2-,.
���-.  nr.iy be homeBteaded i>-
in who Is tin- sole iii mi ol a
i:     ot  aoj  male over i S years of
be extent  of one-quarto-   .-��� ic
... acres, more oi less.
Ion   for   entry     musi     be
,i   person  bj   the  applicant  a!
lominion Lands Agene;    or   sub-
the district  iu  which  ;h-
I uarte.   Entry by proxy may.
i .    ���     be  made  al   an  agent y
regi ten I under th
������-'.     ��� .all he forever
from se ll_g
n    Claim to or In i ���   the
told for texe    ���     ro\ Ided
'Land   Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
to 9 (Inclu live po -
in of 1     94  Qrou]   .   M i    140, New
T/estnili
prool  ol   thi    os    of Cer-
rii;. I-, o   Tl Ii   Mural ur 15715a  Issued
���   rru   "    Petei   Latham     h n
, een E. 1 "l In this office
N   '..       hereb        en that I Bhall
ai  the esp   ition of one month from
���r_l publication hereof,  let ���       dupllcati   ... the Bald cer-
���  ��� ���    unless        In  meantime valid
��� ui o! jection   ��� le to me in writing,
iii conditkma b_ the father, moth C. S. KEITH,
*)i.. daughter, brothel  oi  sistei  al ;,-t  Registrar of Titles.
ling homfisteadei Land Registry Office, New We-tmih-
me-teader is rejuired to per-  ster, B. ('.. Oct 24. 1907
������omestead duties under one .	
Awing plans: NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
ii   At least six months' residence : 	
land
un and   cultivation of  the land   in
gin year for three years.
A homesteader may. if he so
rei perform the required resits duties by living on farming
i owned solely by him, not less
: ��� ghty (SO) acres in extent, in
vicinity of his homestead. Join.
''��� ;. in land will not meet th.s
lirement.
i   If the father (or mother, if the
er is deceased) of a homesteader
permanent residence on farming
id owae-1 solely  by  him,  not  less
in eighty (SO)   acres  ln  extent,  iu
���   Inlty of the homestead, or up-
& homestead  entered  for by him;
he vicinity, such homesteader may
form his own residence duties by
ing with the lather  (or mother).
1       The term "vicinity" In tbe two
' teding   paragraphs   Is   defined    as
[anlng not more than nine miles in
(direct line, exclusive <-f the width
road allowances crossed    In    the
j���    . ment
I''1 \ homesteader Intending to
���form iiis residence duties in ac-
Idam e with the a Ore while living
I"1 parents or on farming land own-
'���''��� himself must notify the. agen'
the district of such Intention,
months' notice in writing fJrns!
to the Commissioner of Do
Piion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
''��� for patent.
W.  W.  CORY,
:' 'he Minister of the interior,
I'nanthorlzed  publication -f
irtlsement  will 'not  he  paid
Irand Trunk Ry.
"ceilent Train Service Betwecn
>icago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
P   "' 'he principal business centers of
'^ARTO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
' '" BUFFALO; NEW YORK nnd
f-ADELPHtA', via Niagara Falls.
���^r Timo Tuble9. etc.. adoVcss
GEO.  W. VA'oX.
Blsl ml  GenM Passenger and Ticket
If*���, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
IN  THE MATTER    of the Estate of
Alexander Kwen. late of the City
of   New   Westminster.   British   Got
'nmbia. deceased.
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  pur-
minster, to John is. Rushton, bearing
date the 27th day of September, A. D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and prem'ses j
situate, lying and being in the City of
New Westminster. In the Province of I
British  Columbia,  more    particularly
known nnd described as lot one of the |
northeast half of lot 26, Mock 5.
You  and each  of you are  required I
to contesi  the claim  of the tax pur-1
withth forty-five days from die
| date of this notice, otherwise I -shall
register John li. Rushton a- owner
thereof In fee. And l hereby direc;
tha publication of this notice for
thirty days ln a daily newspaper publish^  al   New  Westminster will   be
! good and sufficient rervice thereof.
Dated at the Land   Registry Office, |
I New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 2Srh day of Deceinb_r, |
A.D.   L907
C. S. KEITH.
District  Registrar.
Td Tltornns   Mow:.it,  Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or un-cr
them and all persona c'aimlng any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
person- claiming any Interest in the
said land by descent. who.=e title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act" shall tie for-
RIAL
FLOUR
Water*   So   Badly   Poisoned   That
L.'e  Is  Practically  Impossible.
*      Few   persona,   prol   '..y.  other  iha-i
v i pursuit of scl-
. Bli
..   , ��� .i to the
,  the geologist   ilu red by
<  , ii" oilier pari >'!' t ��� pres-
ilay.
Throughout the greal ( the
J m the bottom Is the dwt lUng
; number ol weatur - ������ .     ��� busl-
J it is to i onsume the bodies of tbe
�� ��� urs of the surface .... aa  whl< h
! death sink h  I ������- - o    .m.   In the
.   ...     sea, however, saj -; the i    Id, ow
I to Kiiecini geologl nl events, such
.       ivengers are totally  wan   ���.,.   o
I greater part <if the bottom, s
J. asses of tin- creatures  \
!i-om above are left to decompose,
, \s blch  thej   i|  edily do at the i
i paratlvely   high   temperature   of   the
,   water.
i'-\  tiieir decomposition two soluble
carbonate of ammonia and
suJphureted  hydrogen,  are  developed
In e. .������    quantities, �� bile no 11
IL    '..-������: I .   I
the   Vledlti s lefl vo
nun-   of  sulphi i ��� irogon   Is
greal   ... -   In   nol   m   the   . atei   :'roiu
the greatest  depth (1,227 rial i
within aboul o hundred fatiu
surface to Buch j. degrjec thai life,  ���
cept for a few t itely
Impo silde.
The ejtvjinistn'!' e has a double In i
es; ,,m. that ii Is a >--',,,;��� ly unique
at the pus.-ni da; . nnd, secondly* Unit
ii bi ' ins to offer nu iiiiiiusi oxact para I
lei to the stjiiti of affairs cluit exdatod
at the Inconceivably remote epoch
wbi-u the oldest known sedimentary
rocks wen- laid down tis mud on the
ancient sen bottom.
suant to the Revised Statutes of Brit-   ever estopped and debarred from se:-
ish  Columbia,  Cnapter  1ST,    that  all  ting up any claim to or ln respect of
creditors   and   others    having claims Uhe said land so sold for taxes as pro
again*! the B.Btate ol Alexander Ewen, | vlded by the "Land Registry Act."
Who died on or about the  8th Uny of j
July, 1007. are required on Or before '
tbe  15th  day  of    December,  1907,  to
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
8 ULLET I N
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily
9:20   am
1:35   p m	
1:35 p tu
9:20 am
3:00   p m     |
9j55   p m I
12:10 a in
NEW    WESTMINSTER
; Arrives Daily
Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt. I 3:00
Vernon, Everett, Seattle, Portland j 9:65
3pokane,8t.Paul,and all points East| 3:00
\iiacorles. Woolley, Rockport.      | 3^00
Vancouver I 9:20
I 4:35
"The Owl," between  Seattle, New
Westminster & intermediate points
6:20
Pat Was  Surprised.
Two Irishmen, got the contract to
clean a well. I'.-it tied a rope around
his middle, and Mike lowered him into
the   well,    when   Pat   was   through
. I ning, Mike- began to hoist him up.
but when be was halfway up be called
tn his companion in the well;
"IleuUl on a niiiuiit, I'at. lill I spit
on me bauds.'' and let go of the rope.
Naturally Put descended again D little
too rapidly for comfort. \\"ueu Mike
realized his blunder, he ran to the well
und called down:
"Pat Pat, are ye dead?"
And his partner replied:
"No, ye brainless spalpeen; Ol'm not
dead, begprry, but ri'm spachless wld
Burprlso, nt y(���;'.- Judge's Library.
Splendid  Isolation.
A number of military men in a
Washington hotel were once giving
an account  of, an incident of the
civil war.    A quiet man who stood
_= | by al. last said:
''Gentlemen,  1   happened   to  be
:!   re and might be able to refresh
your memory as to what took place
i in reference to the event just nar-
I rated."
The hotel keeper said to him:
"Sir, what might have been your
rank."
"I was a private."
Xe.\t day the quiet man  as he
. was about to depart asked for his
bill.
"Not a centj sir.; not a. cent," answered the proprietor. "You are
the very first private 1 ever met."
���Philadelphia, Ledger.
Arrive
send by post prepaid, or deliver to the
underslaned, their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions:
the full particulars of their claims, d.i-
ly verified; the statement of their account and Hip nature of the securl'y,
if any.  held  by  tnetn.  and
FURTHER TAKE tfOTl-E that af-
hei- such last  mentioned date the e_-
' ncutOts,  Johfl   Hendry   and    John   H.
lardine, will proceed to distribute the
iseta of the deceasi I among the par-
lea entitled thereto   having    regard
,,:,!.   to the claims of  which they shall
then have notice, and that the said
executors will not be I able for the
said assets or tnj >ar I lereof to anv
:,,ns of whose claims ho j
tice shall hot have   ���" i
Re  lot   10,  block   1;   lots  10 and  23,1
block 2;  lot  8, block 8;   lots 5 and
IS| block 4:  lots 8 and 21, block 5: |
lots 5 and  IS, block 6;  lots 13 and j
2H.   block  7;   lots  6   and   19.   block
8; lots 4 and 17. block 9; lots 12 and !
.ii,   block  10;   lots  7 and  2fJ, blociC
1 I;   lots  4  and  20.  itlock  12:   lot  7. j
block 14: lots I. 2, ::. I. 5, 19. 20', 21, ���
22 arid 23, I lock 17: lots 1, 2, ::. I, 5,
10,  11, 12,  i3, IS. i:i, 20, 21. 22, 27,
28, 29 and "">, block 19;  of lor 227
O.   I,   New   Westminster  d.strict.
Whereas proof of rhr- loss of certltl
cate of tltla number 1033A, issued   in
the name ol William ('. Mitch. 11. has
tiej n filed in this o;f t e
sSfti'ce ia h_i"eb'y given tinr i shall
p. m.
for Vancouver.
LIMITED"
St.
Leave   New Westminster  for Gulchon    3:50
Gulchon 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from .ulchon; 9:10 a.m. Lv.
ROUTE  OF THE FAMOUS "ORIENTAL
2 Daily Overland Trai ns 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago,
Louis    and    all   points   East
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
OH nr address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Phone  194. ��� NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
H. M. ADAMS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, Union  Station,  Seattle, Wash.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
i-ecolved by   '>' ,no expiration of one month fr
r, at the lime oi such dl-tributt-lV.
N'ew Westminster,  this
DAT KM at
r.th day of November, 1907.
M'ARTIN   &  McQVMlUIE
Solicitors    for    John   Rendf    and
John B. Jardine, executors of the
said  Estate.
til-- date of Hi" Ural publication her?or,
issue a duplicate of the said ��i rtifl
, -te unless in the meantime vnii.i ol
lection be made bo me In writing,
0.  S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I.::nd   Registry Office,  New Westmin
ster, B. 0:, January 11, 1H0S.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS i Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co
0%!S|sCT*T____|__lf   Nelson��ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Ro  northeast   half of I >
N'ew Westminster
Whereas proof of the tOss of certlfl-
... of title d'ui >3A, Issued In
the name of Emily _t,obre 1-ominy, aas
.ii Bled In this office.
N'otice is hereby given that I shall,
it the expiration of one inonth from
he date of the first publication
���if, issue a duplicate of the said citfideate, unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tl
Land Registry Office, New Westi
ster, B. C, January 4th, 1907.
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within fort,y-iive diays from the date
Ik 26, of the first publication of this notice,
..tie-rwi.se i Hhiiii register M. w. Min-
thorne as owner thereof In fee. And
I hereb) dlrecl thai publication ot this
notice for thirty days in a datlj news-
er published at New Westminster
will be good and sutfi'cienl service
thereof.
Dated at the Laud   Registry  Office,
New Westminster, province of Britisli
Columbia, this 22nd day of January,
A.D.  1908.
| C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
; To Louis R. Baync.
Re lots 47 and 48, block 2, subdivision
of lot 202, group 1, New Westminster district  (Port Moody).
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number D230A, issued in
the name of W. Norman    Bole,    has
been filed in this office.
iVotice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from the
] date   of  the   first  publication hereof,
I issue  a duplicate of the  said certificate, unless in the meantime valid ob-
| j, ctlon 1 e made to me in writing.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Laud  Registry  Office,  New  Westminster, B. C, January S, 1908.
EMF��LS
%
��.0W"|-_-_?RK�� OF  ��RITAv,^H'5T��(i11
H. Power \ EMPB -38 01 UlELAN I. I      ">M
GHIOAT    REDUCTIONS
TO THE OLD COUNTRY
_J    '
��� '    , I'he   only  all  rail   route   between  al!
i eiints east, west and south to Ross
I and. Nelson and intermediate points
FARES j -onnecting at Spokane with the Great
N'orthem, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Now IS the time to purchase your
tickets It you are going to spend
X'mas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
John, February 7th,
For other  dates   and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent. |
tf>VERr.sl_ IN THE DAILY NEW3
.een made to register M. W. Min-
thorne as the owner in fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New West-
Ponnects at Rossland with the fan-, minster, to M. W. Minthorue, bearing
Pacific  Railway  for  Boundary' (Iate tlH, 10th day of Febru_ry, A.D.
1904, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate,  lying and  being in the city
��� I    All persons served with this notice,
| and those claiming through or under
' them and all persons claiming any In-
Take notice that an application has, terest in the said laud by  virtue of
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
idian
! Creek point*
Connects  at    Meyers    Falb
: --tage J*iily for Repohlie.
Buffet   service  on   trains   between
with'
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November
tool.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 s.m.
Day Train
.. Spokane ... .7.15 p.m.
.. Rossland ... .4.10 p.m.
...Nelson ..... 6m p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
j of New Westminster, in the province
10, [ of British Columbia, more particularly
I known and described as:   Subdivision
any .unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest In the
siaid land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provision^ of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
tr
���n
Arrive, 5 0f block "A" of the middle aero of
i the south half of tlio south half of
lot 6, suburban block 12, map 566.
You taad each of you are required to
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NKWS
If You've LOST Anything.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
TAKE NOTICE that application has
\ been made to register Margaret Dol>
1 bie as the owner ln Fee Simple, und?r
a Tux Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
I to Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
j 1st day of December, A. D. 191 2, ot
i all and singular that certain parcel or
' tract of land and premises situate, ly-
��� ing and being In the District of New
1 Westminster, in the Province oT Brit-
' lsb Columbia.more particularly known
and described as Lots IS to 25, inclu-
j slve, Block 4, being parts of soulh-
I west of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
' to contest the claim of the tax pur-
; chaser within forty-Are days from the
i date of the first publication of this
I notice upon you,    otherwise  I shall
register Margaret   Dobble   as   owner
thereof In fee.   And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
inonth In a dally newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry offlo
New Westminster, Province of Brit*
ish Columbia, thla 29th day of August,
A, D. 1907.
0. 8. KEITH,
Dtstrtot Registrar.
To Benjamin OoogkM, -Dsq.   "
'im>
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PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY
THERE'S   NOTHING    NICER   THAN    f������~
DAINTY
CHINA
FOR
WHIST PRIZES
FRESH
EGGS
40c per doz.
�����
t
H.Morey&Co.
HAVE    A    FINE    LOT.
Pretty Cups and Saucers from 15c up
:
i
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Tlianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
tar       ADVERTISE       "ft*
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
Creamery j
Butter
35c per lb.
***********
Hungarian
Flour
$1.75 a sack
***********
Best Navel
Oranges
25c a doz.
********-***
CAWELSH
Ihe People's Grocer
Houses To Rent
Two  New   Residences  on   Brunette   Street,
Sapperton ; convenient to tram.
One 8-roomed, modern, $18 per month.
One 6-roomed, at $16 per month.
 Apply to	
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
<��������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'
|Wedding Presents*
4 RICH  CUT GLASS, STERLING   SILVER   GOODS,    BRASS   AND
X   COPPER  GOODS, FANCY CLOCKS, LIMOGES CHINA.
��� and last but not least, we are sole agents for
��� THE   PICKARD   HAND   PAINTED CHINA.
��� 	
| W. C. CHAMBER LIN, I!_l_____i
I Agent Hamilton Watches
ANCESTRAL APPETITES.
T��bl. Feats of Some Femoui Feed.r*
of Bygone Days.
A generation holding critical views
on ii man's Intelligent, or unwise,
cb ' -e of parents is not likely to in-
dulge in ancestor worship. But there
are at least one or two tbings in which
our ancestors were truly greater than
we of the present day can ever aspire
to be. Take tberu. for instance, at ta-
ble. If ancient books nu table eti-
qnette are t" be taken seriously, and
there is no reason why they should
not be. the ancestor was in the habit
of gnawing bones a la chien and of
disposing of them by the simple means
; of throwing them under the table or j
over his shoulder, lie worked hard '
with his hands in the dishes, when a
succulent but slippery morsel refused
to come to hira by means of knife and
fork. Ile used his table napkin for
unspeakable purposes .-ind his fork in
Utter forgetfulness as comb or toothbrush. In one sense, therefore, he did
not know how to e;it.    Meanwhile, in ;
' another,  he  was Jpuly  great for the
quantities of food %hlch he caused to
disappear at a single meal were nothing short of marvelous.
The records preserved of the ances-
; tor's feats of the fork (and the fingen
; ore woefully thin, but now and again
one of these very human documents
lu  the  form  of a  menu   is  unearthed
. and tells Its own story.    Such  is the ;
, following list of dishes served in 13.11
to a worthy citizen of Valencia on the
occasion of his taking unto himself a
wife.    Across tbe space of close upon
I the six centuries tbe cranes and lam-
i preys, the peacocks aud boar's head of
! the Feast made lino display.    This is
i
the order in which the fourteenth een- j
: tury wedding breakfast was served:
MENU.
Roast crane, venison,  lamprey.
j Peacock,   pheasant,   guinea  fowl,   osprr-y,
snipe, pike,
I Baked pomegranates, burnt almonds, vegetables,  flsh.
Eel pie and toast.
G-!antine of sprats and cheese cjiliea.
Peacock,  crane,   pheasant.
Crayfish,  boar's      -:d and savouries.
Figs,   iri .-dlars  and   wafers.
Wines.
Saint   Jani*on,    Branne,    liurgundy   and
Hock.
The Italians also were famous fi>ed-
ers  and  seem  to  have  distinguished
themselves   in   particular   during   the
early  days  of  the  renaissance.    The
Bourbons valiantly followed suit, one
of tbe most distinguished successes being scored by Louis XIV., of whom an
eyewitness  wrote:  "I  often  saw  him
eat four plates of soup, a whole pheasant,  a  guinea   fowl,  a  large  dish  of
salad,   several   slices  of   mutton   with
garlic sauce, two large slices of ham, a i
dish of cake aud dessert."   The threats j
of his physicians finally  reduced  his
majesty to such meager fare as two j
plates of pigeon broth and three roast I
fowls.     According   to   Arenbetg,   the |
great king was later in life subject to
attacks of indigestion.
The little suppers in the reign of tho I
next Louis, though ou a slightly less j
gigantic scale, are still sufficiently im- j
pressive. The Marquise d'Artenay, for
Instance, put before her guests after j
they came from the theater and before
they went on to a dance this collation:
Pigeon soup, with lentils and carrots.
Chicken broth.
Patties  of   fowl,   veal,   capon,   pheasants,
guinea   fowl.
Sweetbread and roast poulets.
Baked starlings, wood pigeons, wild duck
and  snipe.
Cakes.    Sweets.    Fruit.
It seems a pity no record is preserved
of what happened at the dance following this supper party.
}
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnsons Prepared Wux. it. preserves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood, it produces a rich, an tic
linisb. to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try ii aud you will see ho.v
uiutl. belter ll is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is"A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood.1' Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all danol���If floors.
You can j;et Johnson's Irce book, "The
Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
und furniture" und these preparationsof
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
I
Columbia
St.,
ster,
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
Also,
WOOD   DYES
and other
WOOD   FINISHES
Notice to Builders.
'
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by tbe undersigned up to noon of
.January 2."., 1D0S, for the completion
of B. C. Telephon.- building, on Clark-
son street. Plans and specifications.
may be seen at my office, corner of
Sixt.n and CLarkson streets. Lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
C.  H. CLOW. Architect.
WATCH
THIS
SPACE
 ='':-<
A Big Fan.
A good deal of royal significance has I
been given to funs.    They  were sym-
bols of authority in Mexico before the
conquest.   Queen Mary of England re-1
ceived on New Year's day In loot) "7
fannes to keep the bete of the fyre." i
Queen  Elizabeth  favored the  custom!
that a fan was the only present a sov-!
ereign  could   receive  from   a   subJec-L
Fans have not always been dainty trl- j
a
r  '������
ii
:
1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
0
Supplies
J.J.MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
fles.    Jean de Balzac, a French writer
of the seventeenth century, wrote from
Italy during the'reign of Louis XIV.
of the enormous fans in use there suspended from the celling and worked by
i four servants.   He says, "I have a fan
��� that makes wind enough In my cham-
-��i ber to wreck a ship,
n
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ir
m i
WW I
m
and our
dodders
for the
next
TWO
WEEKS
commencing
Friday
?jp**-
The Stone Was Not Throw-;
Genevieve's father occupied the pui-!
pit. "I*ot hlui who is without sin
among you lie llrst to cast a stone," he*
chose for a text. Genevieve listened
earnestly to the ensuing discourse. At
the close of the service her mother
tried in vain to dislodge her from the
ministerial pew. Genevieve stood her
ground till the rest of tbe congregation
had passed out, then she looked up
with n sigh of relief. "Well," she said,
"I guess they've all sinned. Anyhow,
nobody threw It."���New York Globe.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
* ���--��� -----.-...-
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 545.
t-..--.���-.....___........4
I =
OUR BIG SALE
 OF	
Dry Goods
Lasts One Week More
We close our January Sa!<j   next  week.    You can ���-    .
for bigg-:  ani  better bargains than ever before.    Thi-    .
list of money saving snaps will clean up all broken li;,.     ,, ,
partment.   1'iices are marked down  lower as the one
t,> clear oui  these many items before .January 31st.
Velvet Shirt Waist
SUITS
Regular $21.00
Now . . . $10.50
One suit each of my::
��� -ii. navv
and cardinal velveteen ���
and this season's styles,   Thi - .������...
have been very popular and tbe three
which are left we clear o .
half  price,      Regular    .i <������    $21.0ft
Sale price    $io.���
>
KYLE&SON
All Shirt Waist Suits Half Price
Sixteen only, Ladies' Shirtwaist  Suits of lustre,    Pana i a   cloth,
light and dark tweeds, and other  plain  materials  m-.id..  up In styles
which are most appropriate for every  day   wear.    We   ba
sizes from ::i to 40, colors navy, green, brown, cream and  il ���.   Reg.
lar prices $8.50 to $25.00.    On sale .at exactly Half Price.
$25.00   for      $12H
$15.00   for    $7.50
$8.50  for         $4.25
A Record Clearance of Warm, Serviceable Lopes
We have just fourteen Ladies' Capes in our store an.l we want to
clear them out this week. They ;ire well made from the best materials and are heavy  weight  affording great comfort to the nearer,
One Only, Ladies' Black Fur Cape; regular pric- $20.00. Sale
price    $10.00
One Only, Ladies' Black Sealette Cape; a largq sized cape will
high collar and of extra length, trimmed with fur aud braid trimming-, made of best quality Sealette. Regular price $16.50 9-8
price   _  $8.25
One lot of Black Cloth and Colored Golf Capes
$3.50 each
A dozen capes and no two alike in the lot. Some are regular goll
capes, others are of plain black or colored cloths. The regular prices
were $5.50 to $16.50.    Your choice of the lot for     $3.50
18 only, Ladies' Coats, 95c each
Out of a lot of 80 coats which were on sale at this pric- we hart
is only left. We expect tlu-se few to go before the end of this,wee-
Regular values were $5.00 to $15.00, the balance to clear at. each 95c
Reductions of 25 to 50 per cent, on every coat in our stock. Aik
to seie them.
W. S. CO-LISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
____���_-_-���
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
C;.rs for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Lasi
car li aves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars ;eave 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 mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
8unday Service  nair-nouriy be- {
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
__.-,....---.----f---.t....ritTr *timrti M{
Here It Is���
Owner needs the money. A lot 99
feet wide in the heart of the most
rapidly growing part of New Westminster. One block from the car line.
Adjoining lot held at $900. You can
have  this  one  for
$650
Q Act. quick���do It. today.    fSec. :i-2;i.)
F.J. HART & CO.
New Wettrninster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack. Vancouver.
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REID,
Telephone  53.
j New Westminster. P, O. )in\ 474
| Westminster
j Transfer Co
' Jttlct) 'Phone 186.      Bern  pnone 157
Columbia _t.
, Baggage delivered    yromutiy tn i.ny
r part of the city.
j Light and Heavy Hauling
,   .OfTleo���Tram Depot
F. CRAKEl
English Watchmaker
7_>o   door*   from   Ceo. Adamt, Gr��*\
!  Ladies'Gold Watches from *1275^
'   Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches, 0P"|
��� face, $6.00. , ,
don'*
Agent for the celebrated South Bj* I
Watches, supplied   to   the   "e'r
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted-
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc- e,c' 1
,a   re��90"' I
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches
case, |7.50 up
Watch   repairing;
able.
��� thaw
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty-
T.I. 11S. Office, eifl',,h
NEW   WESTMINSTER  ���   *
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