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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.    TUB-W   i.    MORNING,   FEBIU'AK,    .      190S
ftP-l'ttr.
loHUIDA LOOMS LARGE
IN EYES Of WORLD
Climate Makes for Hardy,
Virile Race���Better College Professors  Needed.
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WEEK.
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BOTH .IDES ANXIOUS   LURID RED LIGHTS
TO AVERT STRIKE AGAIN !N SIGHT
Stringent   Canadian   Laws 1
Governing Secret Societies
Reason for Suggested Step Mayor Creates Resentment by Invoking Almost Forgotten
  and Seldom  Used Rule of Procedure -Alderman
Johnston Bears the Brunt of Attack,
important Reports.
Tyne Industry Will Not Be Site on Eleventh Street Sel-
Paralyzed,  According To     ected for New Restricted
Present Outlook.
District���Secrecy.
Minneapoli -. !���'������ i. _).��� -Minne i
may become the headquarters ol thi
Independent Order of Foreatere. Tae
Headquarters are at present 'n Toronto. Owing to the pn Jen1 antagonistic attitude of the Canadian government toward -ecret societies with
whom the Insurance feature is prominent, there are strong In lications that
the governing bo ly will find it more
to the Intetest rn the order to do business on this hi le oi thi   line.
The   original   h- ��� '"        - i.    Of   tlH'
order  were in   N'ew  Jei si y,   but    be-
Balifax, S S,  ]���'��� ..  24.-Dr.  G.   R.
��arkiu.   W' ���      scholarship  trustee,
j^fled s : :'"' *-!**-lan<l' He
",..!��� [ian club Saturday
'.',.. .   . :   and the I'nlted
.. ., -. :..: i������.in  continent
saj.i . the continent  on
koal tern ��� ;,';' "*UB< work out
i   , , , pendently.    The
. the fact that Can-
irgely in the world's
,, England an I every-
.   be found people
,, - .:. Canada and her
Ing to her as the
ba The future of
li p ..   bi -. achieve I
,. ������, ��� ion with the moth
!, iada   .. ' h the United
_-..  . I. id the adv intage
'British and of a climate
��� ���'!. southern race.
id madi rdy, virile race, pre-
-    of the nice pro-
the  United States.
,-... '  plea for pui ll y In
enlisting in the
mew the   best  men
h ���
si :    Britain in this re-   Mis  lordship said  the claim had evi-
li. - ie  leavi ning   presence of
magistrate of  the   city,   a
measure of individual expression  of
::iion
London.     Feb.    L'4.���A     provisional
agrei ment  looking  to  the  ending of
the shipbuilding and allied engineers'
strike along the Tyne was reached in
an estimate of the cost should be sub-! lhis ci!y Unlll-V-   At a ��ll-'eli"l=' of rep-
mitti : to the council. > resentatives of the employers and of
Johnston here  made his  first   tile laborers, terms for the BetUement
Into  the limelight, expressing! of the difficulty were provisionally ac-
trted itself on the part ot   h,_ ^....^ opjnio_    lhal  jt wag not| cepted,  both  sides  promising  to  rec
some ot  the   aldermen   last   evening,
in I :' -nl -   said that unless he
-'���'ii-  the youngei  of the solons into
line, theii spli It of In li pi n lence and
cause   of   hostile   legislation  in   that j ��r   faj���esa   to   the  public,   who    are
state,  whose Inducemen        i corpora-   -hartlir   lei    In the g eal   business of
tions
1        :...  to use oid material on work
ol   an  important  nature, and  that  it
���   referred  back to the comml     . .    Aid.  Henley replied  that  thr
ommend the acceptance of the finding
of their respective bodies.
The  strike of shipbuilders on  the
Tyne began early in January.    By the
to  orgauizi   !. .. -   been   the city,  .-.:!' cause ih    discussions of   )������     er.
nmittee was doing the best lt could   middle  of February  the striker- had
with  the  funds  allowed,  and that   it   '���   '     joined  by the allied  engineers,
not   right  to destroy serviceable   '-'������"   voted  by  an overwhelming   ma-
: upi rior  to  its tati    Supremi
' '���' .ii. il took  refuge in Toronto.
against a reduction  In  wages,
Island   Timber   Dispute.
Toronto,     Feb.      23.���The     action
against (.;. L. Kin-nan, John   Brophy
and  '!i'-  Imperial 1 im n i   &  Tradin:
. ompanj.    ��� rough!    by    Thomas    .1.
Smythe   was   yesti   ...    dismissed by
Chancellor   Boyd,    Smythe,   assignee,
1 limed  (6571   commission  on  a  sale
of B8 aci es ol  Vam ouvi        and ttm-
declaring that  we   ' er Ian I  to Sei ix for $200,000.
ild. Gray and Garrett    moved  an  and It was feared at one time that th.
an     Iment that the report lay on the   entin     Tyne    shipbuilding    indust
ta       inti]  further notice, ���      -   e-completely tied up.   The sit-
.i u line  and   Shiles moved   an    ��� ' on   was so serious  four day.
ami  tdment   to   the   amendment  that   that troops were drafted in to a -   I
���j:.    eport   be referred  back for thej the local police at 8underland ln case
co incil -'i !"   actually as  wel] as
nominal]) open to the ratepayers.   In-
dei I.  ; ii- ���    almost   developed  a   ri al
��� ���   In  the   council   cbam >������',   and
only : y the . rompt action of the may-
.- u-li a disa.-ii.-r aw-ited.    His 	
, ! esunnuea  cost. ,
act.'d   wi'.i   reiaarkaole  cool- ----------------------------------
no s,  whi ti.  ait tr a motion  t.      ��� I
.' n pori had been marie, not only was
I    iii,- I iui'-ut   in .-I--   r,   ���     tn tion,	
,   . ruK-i out or oruer.    un several raieii __���  ���-,   ,_   nllr.,,,.n   niui/
but another of the civic board  la^edjo . ,���.   dari-g   ,,    ,,,...,���.,.  wb> ; ft) BE AT  QUELN S  PAKK
ted   cost.
Ail had BpoKen when Aid, Johnston
lo   bis   fei i.     .    scarce had  he
need to   speak    when 'he   wa
:;;    i out rif order.    On several later
of disorder.
Sill OF NEW RE-EM.
IITISH   ROUT
HILLMEN   IN   INDIA
Hii ������ '.   Indl..  Feb. 24 ���
��� : ���     edition  under   Major
: ��� -       senl out by
t to the Bazar valley on
: , a fi ontier to    punish
powerful  tribe or
een  raiding vllia-
:      i ...       :- i, .-I i.-.-d   the
(Id advance and aft-
zed  their strongi   I
hill i bove Walal,    The
kllle i and one
trou        111 e_nUnue  theli   ad-
.   an  amendment   to  the
���..- nt.    tt  looked altoge liei    oo much
Ike tl ., lug of tl.
oi tb   m    oi. tor   ..i ich like a
���   :������. '!:::'<���!,  in the ran!,-, and
.'���.':   Johnston went so 'ai as to
��� .   first   argue   the  question
.   ben to attempt to si eak the second  time,  it  wa.  too much, an I  bis
-'. oi ship invoke i ih-   rule of order, rr -
.    :.. allow a spi ai,": to . Ise twice
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_, 011   ihe same
  like       -.    othei    ules   for  the guid-
.:'!..��� ��� ���  the council, ls onl) ii ��� d on
Crime Unparalled in Annals .... ,,:. .  Evidently, had m.-
of Caiholic Church��� Vic-"-*--������ ;"^ m#***e
.. :,. -  ,.     evel itions might be
tim May be Canonized. expected with regard to the use of iii-
_____ terlor material    for   sidewalks,    and
i      . oui l nol look well in the re
Denver, Feb. 24���in the twenty een-   ports in the   ail    papers; so the may-
turies    of    history    of  the   Catholic   ,���.  throttled  the discussion by  ruling
��� ��� v arisen out ol :���. misundi [Standing among the threi or our , eople
who all claimed commissions.
PRIEST MURDERED
ON ALTAR STEPS
to   reply   to    state tnentsj
Ui. Johnston by tbe mayor,
ortunlty to Impress the newly|     The new city reservoir will
"'���' ting ol the W, C.
terday  afternoon
. ���.   ibe Queen's avenu i
I room  being   well
'! ' lerents  of    tin
m of considerable
I
Mrs.   Dr.   Manchea
Hammond, but tor-
was elected to Hie
*it;on oi    ecording  secretary,  this
��� icani   for soipe   Ume.
rated     considerable
'ing   the   work   which
11 ...   Prances  Willard,
of   her   self-devotion
"   loved so well being
Th
C. T   I
.-i; .li, members of Its pi lest hood In
this city declare thi Ie no record of
a trage ly to ; arellel that of the killing r.t Father Leo H Inrlchs while ad-
mintstering the sai canu ni to Gulseppe
Gitaraanacclo at the altar of St. Elizabeth's church yesterday morning,
union.   -|-llis (.,.jllu, tll,,v sav wjj] gtanrj olU _a
, i.i- of the most fearful in the criminal
i
records, and Its perpetration may re-
sull iu the canonization of Father Le��
as a martyr of the church In whose
.-��� i vice he tell while performing his
duties,
Father William O'Ryan, pastor of
St. Leo's, will deliver an eulogy on
Father Leo, and a sermon against an-
-  ���  ,���   ol  order,
In man;.' ways, as he stated later,
Aid. Johnston could have forced a
lu-... ii-. I ut b< chose to wait until
the order of new business and then
introduced a motion that the council
appoint a committee to revise the
rules of order. Speaking to the motion, he stated that i; was uot right
that, no matter how important the
casi might be, an alderman becauss
he had spoken once on a subject, perhaps to obtain a clearer meaning of
the motion, should thus be prevented
from expressing an opinion, or making a statement which might materially affect  the welfare of the city. Per-
lnvoked rule was taken advantage of| ualed  i!1  Queen's  park,   Including   in
^.s are.i tae Lacrosse club building
site. This recommendation was verbally made to the city council in coni-
miuee last night by Engineer Le Baron, and was virtually adopted. The
engineer condemned the original site
and stated that the Tipperai'y pa1 !������
would be useless for the purpose, being to low. The place he had last
examined was decidedly the best In
location and the quality of tbe material; he did not think that a better
could be found if the city hunted for
a dozen years.
Mr. Le Baron reported also that he
had seen General Manager Sperling,
of the B. C. E, R. Co., who had stated
that, the company was now taking bor-
���  -    .'tier.
a   : on  and   the    first  amend-
:..'    '   .vere withdrawn at ihe Inst
mayor, and the motion of Aid,
lne   passed.
Communications.
:i Smith, aSKing permission ;o
uilding material on Agnes street,
corner   Agnes   and   Blackie     streets.
Gi   uteil under the usual conditions.
... ';. Walker, clerk ol the munlcl*
i!   council of   Burnaby.    requesting
that the city repair and widen Eighth
street    between    Eighth   and   Tenth
tre< ts, the approach to the city along
this   male   being   very   inconvenient.
Request   granted and board of works
instruct! .'.  to act.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ing nt the lake and  would shortly let
Bowman at Connor, consulting en- the contract for the construction ol
gineers, of Toronto, offering their ser-: �� new  jam> fifteen  feet  higher than
vices in the preparation of plans and the uue now ���-, existence.   The effect
specifications    for    the   Lulu    island o�� thi.. to t!le tity woui:1 be t0 give a
dge.     Filed   for  reference. ; greater head of water and seventeen
C.   P.   Moss,  C.F.,  calling attention per ^^   mon? woul(1 le _eiivere_ in
��� i the condition of the walk ou  the a given time to the upper reservoir.
south side of Cunningham street, east
.  St. Mary's hospital, and requesting; stated   that
i.iat the walk  be replaced.    Referred
to   board  of works.
R.  Hampton, requesting the clear-
In reply to questions, tbe engineer
if    there   were   swampy
A proposition is on foot to build
from twenty to twenty-four houses on
Eleventh street, between Royal avenue ami Auckland Btreet, the lumber
for four of the buildings being already
on the grouno. while the she!! of one
of the houses is already up. Chinese
and Japanese capital is behind the un-
rlertaking.
II i.i currently reported that 'he
houses are to le occupied by erstwhile residents of McNeeley and Ram-
age streets, ten of whom are In the
city at the present time.
Should the building of the houses Le-
tome an accomplished fact, the ne.v
restricted district will be within one
minute's walk from the corner of
Twelfth street and Royal avenue,
where the street car track swerves on
to Twelfth street. It will not. how-
��� ,-er, be visible from the lnterurban
cars, as a twelve-foot board fence !s
Included In the building specifications,
this being erected around the entire
si ction where the houses will be located.
Previous to the commencing Ol
building operations, in which, by the
way, are engaged men who are known
to be associates of immoral women, a
trail had to be cut through the brush
to thr> proposed site, and the lots se-
lected for building purposes had to be
filled in, sawdust and waste material
being secured from the Smail & Bucl:-
lln mill for this purpose. An order
for lumber was also placed with this
firm, but this was later cancelled and
the order forwarded to another mill.
The matter was discussed at the
meeting of the police commissioners
yesterday afternoon In the mayor's office, but what steps were taken co ild
not be ascertained, all the members
of the board, the clerk, chief of police
and other parties who attended being
sworn to secrecy.
George Small, of the linn of Small
t Bucklln, is said to have waited
upon the commissioners In order to
protest against the opening up of a
new red light district, but what ne
said or what was said to him is not
known. The only rumor of the proceedings which readied the News ia
so startling that it will not be given
publicity until substantiated by facts.
The board of police commissioners
is composed of Mayor VV. H. Keary,
Aid. E. .1. Fader and T. S. Annandale.
At   the   council   meeting   yesterday
places around the lake that would be
covered by the raising of the water,   ^ & ^   ^.^
then the swamps should be separated    . ^   __  _  ,.,_>���__
local   branch   of   the
^^ now  has a membership!
hundred of which joni-
'-'    three weeks  Mr. and
'��� A"1 Gonlo    conducted  services
thi     ���
More  Sunday  Sin
fitors  to
aiv'.iy and Socialism The funeral ser-l ...ally he could haw spoken to either
vires will be ai tended by live thous- of tl-e amendments and bo hav.' ob-
ami members of the Knights of Col- talned a hearing, but Tie preferred,
umhus, and the entire body of the under the circumstances, to question
Knights of St. John and other Catlio- llie advisability of such a rule.
lie aggregations. The mayor, doubtless scenting more
The murderer talked freely In jail dangerous copy for the press, hen.
concerning his fiendish act. For his ;,_ilin invoked the rules of order, rak-
crime he declared he had no regret.: ;ng up one UKil im\iL,s jt requisite foi
tb.
Some of the com-
Ear]   Grey   dramatic
He said hr' is a native of Sicily, is a
shoemaker, and is fifty-six years old.
He  became a  Socialist, and  an  anar-
all   motions to  be  handed   in ln  writing to the clerk.    Aud then adding to
the duty of chief magistrate the role
ihe mayor    calmly   an-
and    lbe I America two years ago, and has since I nounced,   in a   manner  thai     carried
ce has notified  the   been   teaching  anarchy,   working  but
" w''! stop this. I little at  his trade.
"'" have  been rehearsing onjc.iist  twenty years ago.    He came to | 0-  dictatoi
!ocai   theatres
r,ls ^y A man
lice, :,},
ing of stumps on the lane between -ro-- the lake and drained elsewhere
Tenth and Eleventh streets. Refer- 0r the vegetable soil surface should b��i
red to board of works for report.      i stripped.   Mr. Le Baron spoke highly
Asiatic Exclusion league, asking 0f the qualities of the city water, and
rvhen it would suit the council to re- paid a tribute to Superintendent Stott
reive a delegation. The clerk was in- of the waterworks department. The
structed to inform the secretary of mayor thanked the engineer for ilia
the" Asiatic league that they could ob- assistance to the city before the ad-
tain a hearing at the next committee jounrment
meeting. ���	
It. II. Sperling, general manager nf
the Vancouver Power company, regarding the report of Engineer Le
Haron on the Coquitlam dam. The
company's engineer, he wrote, was
quite satisfied that there was no danger of the  bursting of the  dam;    In
This Is My 60th Birthday''
who
Edward   H.   Harriman.
*'ar-  H,  Harrlman, the capitalist   and   railroad   magnate
: such a large slmr*.  of   public   attention   during  the   past
*�� "���   threi
:o;
1M\
and
years, was bom at    Hempstead,  L.  I
able      :     fatne>"  was an  Episcopal   clergyman
h Blve hla son ,. common school education  and the benefit
Bfi
.    *'n c��!l<-ge acquirements, he had nothing to offer.
"'11   Ilie
February   Hb,
beyond   being
of
At the age of
lor
son went to work.
1 wh'le, he final
n"-   The fi.
PP081.8
After trying his hand at various things
y obtained  a position as a clerk in a Wall street
nanclal  world first heard of him through his activity In
failro f'aB 8 ra,norlty security holder, the reorganization of the Erie
'   '��� Pierpont Morgan.    Later he .appeared  as the controll-
i,." . : ""' Chicago and Alton railroad; and then his Influence
lr��ad   financier  begun to attract attention.   He directed the
'o tin'."!-'"""1 "'   the Alton  ����n*Pany.   He next, turned his attention
vanst��i City, Pittsburgh & Gulf railway, which he reorganlz-
""  !'"-   Ka ^^
the Impression that it would not  b<
well for the  man  who opposed  him
that   he   hoped   the   resolution   would   Filed  for  reference
not be passed.
Aid, Johnston pointed out that the
enforcing of the rule regarding the
motions being in writing, would be establishing   a   precedent    that     would   hall, Victoria.   They requested that a
Grand  Council   in   Session.
The   annual   session  of    the   grand
council, R.T. of T., will open at 11 a.
in. this morning in Lester hall, Vancouver, with delegates from rtie seven
councils of ft. C. in attendance.    The
reports  of the grand    sscreary will
accordance with the city's request, lie   show the membership to hive increas-
had   instructed  the   ...mipany's  eiigm-   ed by about twenty-five per cent, dur-
eerlng  department   to   stop  the lea':,   ing the pant twelve months.   The ses
sion   will   close    on   Wednesday   eve-
The secretary  of the    B.  C. Anti-   ning,  with  a.  social  conducted  under
tuberculosis    society,    notifying    the   the  auspices   of the   two   Vancouver
ity that the court of Governors would   councils. 	
meet on Friday, March 6, in the city
have very awkward results, but as the
mayor   was   persistent,  he agreed   to
do so.
The whole trouble arose over a re-
delegate  be  appointed  to attend  the
meeting. Referred to the finance committee.
From  Joseph  Schnmrl, asking  per-
Garrett paved the way for a discussion of the proposed new district. In
replying, Aid. Fader declared that he
did not know that twenty-four houses
were proposed; he had been led to
believe that the correct number was
twenty. .As a shareholder in the finu
of Small Ai Bucklin, he 1iail raised
objections to lumber being supplied
for the building of these houses.
Several of the other aldermen aho
took part in the discussion. Mayor
Keary declared that at the meeting "I
the board of police commissioners,
matters of this description were taken
up. He often received cracks from the
News and the Columbian because the
meetings were held in camera, but in
his opinion it was not well that suc.i
things should get into the papers,
which circulated into the homes of the
best people. Such publicity was not
dn the interests of the city.
Turning his reproachful gaze 111)0:1
the press representatives, the mayor
intimated that it had come to his
knowledge that reporters added *.0
etatements of public men. .As a palliative  for  this  cruel  and  unexpected
port by T. Furness, superintendent of   mission to plant shade trees on  the,
boulevard   outside   of   his   residence,]
t.c rj       '  *;ansas City Southern.    Next   came  the combination  of
^m Pacific and  the  Southern   Pacific,  with   Mr.  Harrlman   B_
In tfH/,': ''' the System.   But more recently   Mr.   Harrlman  has been
11 ��ye as the defendant  of suits brought by the United
' riWKrat to prove that some of his later deals and methods
h<Jatl iffalra  were contra-
lry to law
the board of works, in which be recommended the construction of a number of sidewalks throughout the city,
and other,public works. The report
was  addressed  to  Aid.   Henley, chair-
man of the board of  works,  and  by 	
him  was handed to the council, and Engineer Le Baron had made an la*
i; j a  motion  made    for  its  adoption  by spectlon   of   the   waterworks  system,
'I Aid. Fader, seconded by Aid.  Henley.J  llul had reported to the committee at
Among Its provisions was one for the - special meeting. The committee had
construction of a  sidewalk   from  "l'i engaged the services of the engineer
plank. for a  few  days  longer, until  a satlS*
The work being of a somewhat ex- factory location for the new reservoir
tensive nature, Aid. Jardine, as chair- |K,d been decided upon,the one chosen
man of the finance committee, while containing too much sand for the pu
agreeing that the work was neees.ary, poBe.      The    committee alBO  recom-
for
corner of Sixth and St. George street.
Request grantetd under usual conditions.
Reports. ^L-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^_^
The water committee reported thatj The report was adopted.
Under the heading of enquiries, Aid.
Garrett enquired what steps were being taken with regard to the railway
tracks on Columbia street.   Aid- Hen-
the Brackman-Ker Milling company's
mill on Front street. It would take
12."i feet of two-inch pipe and fittings
and   would  cost  $44.40. j    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The mayor stated that a rumor wrs knock, he continued: "Poor devils-
current that the city was paying $100 they have to Tie subservient to the
a day to the engineer. He desired to best interests of their masters." As
correct the impression. Mr. Le Baron 'a parting sop he expounded upon his
receives $200 for his report on t.ie, g*eat respect for the members of tne
waterworks and $25 per day for the fourth estate,
extra time, with expenses in addition.
but adding that they
made mistakes in publishing too' mail)
details,    'lne  reporters  survived.
' ,,.v I thought that before it waa undertaken   mended  regarding  fire protection
Famous Peds in Six-Day Grind.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 24.--More'
than a score of pedestrians of estab-
ley replied that the B. C. E. R. had [ lished reputation, representing half a
undertaken to raise the tracks, but b_ : dozen nationalities, started here today
fore that was done the board of works iu the six-day walking match arranged
desired to obtain the grade of the road by the Missouri Athletic club. T-e-
anil to build It up from t'he founda- contestants will walk twelve hours a
tions. laying the sewer pipes and pav. day, and the match Is advertised an*.
ing the street. a world's championship event.
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ta.       25.
The Asiatic Problem.
Editor Dail)   News:
SI ,���Having been the Urst to
criticise our worth] honorable fo
i b tge, "Surrey Parmer," In his
-;.'.. i ttmation tor th i < nly
premiei ol the Cana Han :-��� :'-i:" ' ������
rank:-.. .. -.' I ami is Bli John A.
Macdonald, I certainly sa. iii reply to
his last that l can' t see the shortsightedness of the Mission Farmer In
his most c tpal le answer, I have
been in this country a little over a
yeai and have not gone farther than
Vancouver, Westminster, C-ovei
and Langley, yet 1 ran fairly sum up
tin- diffi icnce between Liberal an l
Tor., rule to the best of my knowledge   for the  future    ��. ifare ot
itry,   i   practically  side  with   I
pai...   whii b .-bows tli" future welfar-
overnlng it In a judicious and .lip- -
���   tic way   iii  connection with
Asiatic   priiiil. m.    Everj   one   agri ��� a
���': i     ��� be   ; 01 Ition   Of   Asiatics   ill
ning British colonies la thi most
pri sing of the immediate problems
which confront the Empire. Two
principals jusi In themselves uad accepted by all sensible men. seem to
be brought Into conflict by tliis question. It is tin- right of every state
to determine what immigrants it will
admit; If this righ: were nol recognized, a nominally inde, end tit community might be swamped by a population alien in customs, ethics and
loyalty, and yet have no acknowledged ground for striking a blow in the
cause Of  self-preservation.
At thr' same time it is the right
and duty of the. government, responsible for Imperial policy, to ensure
that the Empire shall not be needlessly plunged into dangerous diplomatic entanglements for t'iie sake of
unruly local interests, and that the
subjects of the King, whatever may
be their land of origin, shall be treated throughout his Dominion with that,
manly fairness which the British flag
symbolises everywhere.
. On the other hand, the Empire's obligations to Asiatic powers and to Asiatic races tinder the Crown must be
honorably and unfailingly respected.
That the self-governed colonies may
rightly protect themselves by exclusion can hardly be contested as a
principle of international law or interstate equity. At the same time it is
our manifest duty to act with justice
and reasonable consideration towards
those whom they have permitted or
In future permit, to settle in our
midst. But so long as negotiations
are carried on at a distance, each
man advocating his cause in the focus
of local or racial sentiment, wise mutual concessions are made impossible.
Certainly, the Federal government
which is responsible for the Imperial
policy, is doing its duty with a fairness which deserves great credit.
R.   L.   WELDON.
Langley  Prairie,   Feb.  22,  1908.
in a aiagonai mrecnoa co-ran. mc*	
die.   Constant - Bg will twist thf
<teel until the grain appear! to _��
straight up and >i iwn. B-bseq-ent usi
wi'.l drag th.- grain ontward from tbi
edge, so that after steady use for several months the Ober of tbe steel oceu
pies a position exactly the reverse ot
that which it did on the (Uv tt pnr
chase. Tbe process als,, affects thr
temper of the blade,  and   when  tl"
trrain seta from _M lower outer point*
towanl the back you have a ran-
which cannot I ������ kept In condition evei
by tbe most conscientious barber, litr
bere's another curl i r freak that wil
take place in the same tool: If yoi
leave the razor alone for a month oi
two and take it up you will find thai
the grain lias assumed its first position
The operation can be repeated until th��
steel is worn through to the baek.-
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Street, between 8th and 9th St.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
after    January.lst.    Corner    4th,
GOUDEAU'S SHEEP.
NOTICE
Tuesday* Feb. 25th
It to-.-ha-d 1IU Dog and  St.tl.-rd t%*
Tax Collector.
Emile Gouileau. a celebrated character of Paris, was oue of tbe most con-
_ri��ied bohemlana that ever lived.
There is a story of him and a certain black spaniel which followed him
w.th tbe faithfulness with which the
historic little lamb attached Itself to
the historic little Mary. Goudeau and
tiie dog. In fact, were never separated.
It di'-.Mie-i upon the tax gatherer of
tl.' neighborhood tb it Goudeau hm'
not paid bis dues for the -inferior
brother."
He approached bim. therefore, in as
friendly a spirit as possible, being, indeed, an old acquaintance, and said.
-*>!. Goudeau. I must ask you to pay
yenr tax for lhe spaniel."
The bobemlan was Immensely sw-
pri>ed. or uuV.-tr'.l to be. "But dou't
you -t\ow, my dear sir," be said In a
_*me of remonstrance, "this is a sheep
dog, useful to me in my work and consequently exempt from tbe tax?"
"But you are no shepherd," returned
the tax gatherer; "you are a poet"
"No shepherd:" replied Goudeau.
"Every poet is a shepherd. Hai-e you
not heard of Virgil and Theocritus"���
The poet would have recited twenty
other names if tho tax gatherer, alarm- I
ed at such a display of learning, hail
not  stopped  bim.   "But  at  least  you
have no sheep," he s-iiil.
"No; I admit that," sukl Goudeni;
"It ls because I am too poor. But I
will rectify that."
And be did.   Next day  be  was ol>
served   promenading   the   streets   of (
Montmartre with thu saiue old black ;
spaniel, but with a newcomer In the  ll
shape of a  real, live, woolly  sheep.-- ���
laudou Sketch.
U. D.  Newell  present.s
ERIN'S  SWEETEST   blNGER,
BERNARD    DALY
The only successor to W. J. Seaman
In a Mammoth Production of
Joseph's Murphy's  Famous   Play,
"KERRY GOW"
The Great Forge and Race Scene-.
Mc/it Realistic Scenes Ever Produced on the Stage���Thorough bird
Hone, and B Flock of Wonderful
Trained Carrier Pigeons.
Hear Daly sing his popular Irish
Ballads.
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Seats flow on sale.
On and after
MARCH 2,  1908, No
Credit will be given.
Goods sold
FOR CASH ONLY.
Chas. S. Richmond
Men's Furnishings and
Clothing
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
NOTICE
NOTICE
0PERA=H0IJ_E
Monday Night, March 2,1908
;The
...COMING...
Season's Most  Brilliant   Event,
^n  Offering of   Unusua.1
Importance.
JOE WEBER'S
Production of the "N.ar"
Opera
Dream City'
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you ?
No-wnv-er after tbe hard winter.
lew <��u,�� stand it.
Put oa ��� new one of Ruberoid
Koofinji.    No trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastio roofing and
���will stand all kinds of weather���
.''.i.'iit, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It is. weather-proof and fire-re*
sistin*,.
Will not melt, srack or rot.
Mast easily applied and rutmire*
no r-_intin&.
G*U or write for full particulars,
sample* and prices.
Direct  from   Weber's   Theatre
York City, with
LITTLE CHIP and MARY MA.BH
and a splendid company
The most brilliant ami catchy
New
Cnrlnu*. Freaka of Kaaora.
The finest grades of rnzors are so de*.
irate that even the fnmous Damascus
sword blades cannot equal them ie
texture. It is not generally known that
the grain of a Swedish razor is so sen
sitive   that   Its   general   direction   in
rhauffed after a short service.   When
you buy a fine razor the grains run     Organization of 60 people i ��� 1 iding
from the upper end of the outer point, p,,neriCB's    most,   facinat,in��   Beauty
(ho us.
Take  notice   thai   application    has
been    made    to    register    Henry    T.
Thrift as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from Surrey mun -
clpallty,  to  Henry  T.  Thrift  bearing
date the llfh day of September, A.D. |
1D03, of all and  singular that  certain i
parcel or tract of laud and premises j
situate,  lying aud  being in  the dis-;
trict of   N'ew Westminster,    In   the
province of British   Columbia,    more
particularly  Known and  described  as
lots  10  to   11 Inclusive, block  1.  and
lots  7  to  12  and  17  to 20  inclusive,
block    2,    subdivision    of    -southwest
quarter of section 11, township 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax pur- j
chaser within forty-tive days from the
date of the first publication of tliis
notice, otherwise I shall register
Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby direct that publication for one month in a daily newspaper published .it New Westminster
will be good and sufficient, service
thereof and by mailing one copy to
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Quincy, Wash.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
Xew Westminster, Province of Rritish
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KKITH.
District Registrar.
To Catherine Gerbrlcb, now Catherine
Kirby.
ical play produced in years.
Ivric-i by Edifar Smith.
Victor Herbert.
mus-
Brjok and
Music  by
TJ.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, anil all
persons claiming any Interest in '.he
said land by descent, whose title ls
not registered under the provisions 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 aa provided by the "Land Registry Act."
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers ln Ladles' anrl Gents'
.   FINK HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dyeing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpodj-
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville 8t.       Vancouver, B. C.
Citizens of N'ew Westminster;
Gentlemen,���I beg to inform you
that it la very necessary that all backyards and premises should by properly
cleaned aud made sanitary. From the
reports 1 have had from the Sanitary
Inspector, and from what I have witnessed with my own eyes, there are
numerous places along the different
streets that have got to be cleaned up
within a wry short .pace of time.
I might particularly mention that
the lower part of Carnarvon street, between Kighth and Tenth streets, and
also Alexander anrl Blackie streets are
tu a most unsanitary condition, as well
as many back-yards In the principal
part of the city behind the business
apartments. It is quite unnecessary
for me to mention any names, hut all
you have to do Is lool< in your own
yards and you can tell at a glance
whether thej are sanitary or not. This
work must be doue before the 15th of
March, 1908, or I shall be obliged to
take the necessary steps to see that
t*.ie work is done satisfactory to the
Sanitary Inspector.
I trust that this notice will be accepted without any prejudice, as any
broad-minded citizen knows that the
population of the city has been
steadily increasing In the list fa > or
three years, ami if we wan; thi ��� good
success to continue, we want to now
the newcomer this city in i -toorl.
clean, sanitary condition, anrl avoid
criticism.
Yours truly,
(Signed) E. ,1. FADER,
Chairman Health Committee.
New Westminster, Feb. 12th, 1908.
Ke site for wharf and do-mi oa _
Fraser river, near New .Vestmii
ster, B. C.
N'OTICK is br.retry given tfiat tj
undersigned, H. G. Barnet ani Hugo
.-IcDonald, toth of the city ot Ne*
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, mill owners, having sp
plied to his excellency the governor
general-in-council, for ihe approval��
a certain site for the construction ol
a certain wharf and boom, situate��
the south side of Lulu island, oat��
shore of the Fraser river, hive *
posited with the honorable the *
later of public works a: Ottawa, plan*
of said wharf and boom, which IMS
propose to construct on land coven.
with water, lying s.out_ of lot 751, *
group I, iii the district of New wi
minster and province aforesaid, to
gether with a description of the P^
posed site thereof described by met*
and bounds; and have also deposited*
duplicate of each in tbe oBic"0!t��|
registrar of deeds for the said d-tr|
of New Westminster, In which 4-W
��aid work is proposed to be c>lMtnK'
ed; in accordance with the re^
ments of section i of the "-N'3Vl61
Waters' Protection Vet," ChaP'
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dated at New Westminster, B.
the 1.0th day of January, l*
H   G   BARNET.
HUGH    MCDONALD
It) I
Westminster
Transfer Co
'ifflce 'Phone IH1..       hw-p  hdoiia IX"
Columota st
ItaKK'tKe  delivered     promnto   ir.   -?,
oart of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi bo���Tr��m  O.noi
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377
Front St. New Westminster
REMOVAL
NOTICE
Westminster Iron
Removed to Tenth St.,I
tween Power House
and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN RE|P'
Telephone 53.
New Westminster.
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I     " ���-'��� 18:40.
i''r"    N"A    Westminster   10:25,
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f "land   express    arrives    12:45
Wn 15:15.
|?w ,N,.RTHERN RAILWAY.
|.N w'   'or "'"" ar' Seattle 4 p.m
*y ' "��� '-so p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p m
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booking now.
Next sailing date Empress March 6.
For other  dates and  particulars,
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:��"  WANT   KELP.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
I Columbia St.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER
1831
FEBRUARY   25.
-Exoommunication     of     Queen
Elizabeth  by Pope Pius V.
Assassination of the Indians by
the Dutch ai Pavonia, N. J.
('ii.nil's   11.   leased   Virginia   to
Lord Culpepper nml the Earl
"i Arlington.
-Indians attacked tha settlers ol
Wej mo it ii. Mass.
Sir Christopher Wren, architect
of St. Pauls Cathedral, died.
-Denmark acknowledged the independence of the I'niteii
States.
-Poles defeaterl  the Russians at
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THE NECESSITY of saving has never.been
more apparent than at the present time.
Prague.
1867���Beginning of Indian mutiny at
Mei hampope.       \
11883���Princess   Alexander   of   Teck
(Alice Mary of Albany)  born.
;wi;���French troops Buffered a disas-
i rous defeat   In  Madagascar.
Tu
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See Oar Bargain Counter
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of China and Glassware ranging in price from'
35c to $1.00
Hurry, Hurry. Hurry before the best snaps are
picked up.
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Sumas and Seattle, via Huntinu.1 ...
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Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, Port Kelis
I laze mi i o, Hall's .Pralrle, Bona -
cord, Blalne'and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
. In s in eastern states), daily ex
cept Sunday. Return mails received
i'i ::..: i p.m. Bonacord Wedni s
and Saturdays.
Clayton,  Tuesdays  and Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and    Saturdays,    Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched  by  11. C.  Electric railway, j
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2;   victoria, No.  l
Centra]   Pari;,   daily   except  Sunday |
Return mail rec lived at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
Mast Burnaby, daily except  Sunua;.
Return mails received a* 1:1(1 p. in.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Tiinberland, Strawberry Hill.   Tmes-
days and Fridays,   Return   mails   received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m. j
daily   (closes  daily   at   the  same j
time during winter- mouths:
Ladner,     Westham     Island,     Pon |
Gulchon,    Steveston,   Suubiiry.    dull, j
except Sunday.    Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. ", and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; dally except Sunday. Return malls received
at 6 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mall    a'
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 d. m.:
To southern    points,    daily  excepi
Sunday.    Return mail 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
m., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return matt
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitlam, dally except Sunday. Return mall received at 1 p. m.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
-���    i-:    WALKER,   President.   ' ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manager
\ general Bunking business transacted.    Accounts  may be  opened  anil  conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT.
De-posits r f $] and upwards received. Interest allowed at current rates and
added ciuarterly. The de] ositor is subject to no delay whatever in
the withdrawal of the whdle or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Managsr.
Mcn.LT   >\- iviHoitnfi-t/C
Net    n    "llfMire*-"    In    [iOV-ly    Diction
Fnr   thr-   Junior   MannU'-r,
A man who wanted to lecture called
st a bureau presided over by two managers.
He aroused thalr Interest with a lecturer's art, snys the Lyceumlte, but
unfortunately the senior member was
Just stnrting on a trip and would not
return for nt least a month.
The senior partner called the young
man to one side nnrl exacted a solemn
promise that he would not visit an-
other bureau or read bis lecture to
anybody until after he hail given this
particular manager a reading anrl a
chance to make him an ofi'er a month
hence.
The interest of the junior ^member,
however, was nt white heat, and he
kept sending for the young lecturer, Insisting that he come down to the office
and read his lecture. The young man
refused with as much tact as possible,
but thla only Increased the anxiety of
the jimi ir.
At last the young man told of the
promise made the senior partner. In-
id of quieting thr' junior manager,
thc announcement made him the more
; ��� ��� ius, and Qnally the young mau
consented,
The reading ended, the Junior part
ner Bald:
"Now, your reading this has saved
us all much valuable time, I'll tell you
frankly, my ooy, It won't rln. There's
no message lu it; it is loosely constructed; t! ,��� diction is poor. It won't do.
Burn il and try again."
When the senior partner returned he
i ailed up the young lecturer and soundly berated him for -breaking faith.
"How do I know you have not been
to every bureau in town? Yon promised me on your honor you would read
the lecture to nobody���not even to my
partner."
The young man protested that he
had not done so.
"Why," cxelair.nl the senior manager, "of course you have! He tells me
that you came down here to the office
two weeks ago nnd read him the entire
lecture and that he told you It was no
L-onrl."
"Yes." replied the young man: "after
much persuasion 1 did read him a le��
tore which  he told  me was  no  good,
but It was not my lecture���lt was Wendell Phillips'-'Lost Arts!'"
THE ANIMAL  KINGDOM.
Try Our...
Pure Spices
ALL    KINDS
At
Ryall's Drugstore
Eyes Tested Free
W.  It.  Gilley���Tel. 122.      Office    Tel.   111. G.  E.   Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Br:ck   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
WII.l dogs never bark and so always
bite.
A   grav   horse  lives  the  longest,   a
black one the shortest.
A coon's fur is so thick that it can
: rob bees without being stung.
A blue eyed cat is always deaf, but
I all deaf cats are not blue eyed.
An Asiatic squirrel climbs a tree like
a telegraph pole climber. It has large
I horny scales on its tail for the purpose.
The flying fox or tropical bat will
I pass the night drinking from the ves-
'��� sels In which cocoa Is distilled and go
, home intoxicated in the early morning
1 or sleep It off at the foot of the trees.
The big snowsboe rabbit or northern
' hare   Is  something   of   a   dresser.     It
wears a white coat In winter and a
gray one In sum.- er, the better to con-
| ceal Itself from Its enemies by looking
as the ground looks In the two seasons.
,m�� the rttceiver Will Know.
Thc natives at the Ashing port.
Are foxy us can be,
For when they send a cod by f r.r��U��
They ship It c. o. d.
| Opera House Bookings.
I Kerry Gow   Feb. 25
Dream City    Mar.   2i
; A Royal Slave  March 24
\ Slo In New York  April 1
, The   Burgomaster    April S
San Francisco Opero Co April 23
; A College Boy    May 27
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ,..    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
3ranchea throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and cpokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A  _en-
eral Banking Business Transacted, f
Letters of Credit Issued, available witL correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received ln sums ot $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (presebt rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000 00.
N_=W WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER, Manage
PERT Pv-RAGRAPHS.
Hard work doesn't always give
trty the tmsy signal.
We rarely see any reason why oui
! neighlior  shouldn't  be   satisfied   wlto
j what be gets.
A man whose bank account does-l
' keep up with his bettiug proclivities It
1 a safe fellow not to know.
;
I    Few   Imaginations,   no  matter  how
! strong,   add   anything  to   the  faiullf
larder.
1 nt*-
When  you run across a stamblliu*,
Mock use It for a foot rest.
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PAGE  FOUR
TIE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAN
A Mail and
His Clothes
and no doubt   recommended  it  to  the
other  pests.
Whole orchards were* lis, year allowed to remain untoirthed, the own-:
. r- absolutely refusing to do th. bid- \
ding of the inspector and thej were
never further dealt with, because they
had money to fight the fare. The j w00^ directors ln the Oantjal Illinois
Ignorance of the Inspectors la very Traction company, and* President Pot-
deplorable; they seem unable to name ,f.,. superintendent Moore and saver-
many of tli" pests thai 'infect the or-'
No lumpmess in  WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.     Each  pure,
rich    salt-grain     keeps    separate,
-flaming all iu natural strength.
150
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
There is no success for a poorly
dressed man.   Things do no,  work,^.   __a  apparently  ,.,,.  apDOilUeil
out that way. j because   of   their  ignorance,   coupled
Our Sj.ring and Sumnn : Wool- \Vi,h tiieir need. We do not for a mo-
lens for Men now on display and ment suggest that inspection, prun-
sale are the finest cloths the world'.   inS :inii paying are not good things
looms produce.
Morgans
Op|iosite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, - E.  C.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News  Pu
lishing   Company,   Limited,   at
offices,   corner  of   Sixtli   and    Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
in   themselves,     but   the     inspection
should be in the hands of competent
men   rather  than handled   by   fossils
who have lonu- outlived their usefu
ness.
The H. ('. E, Railway company n..
given eiviiit for the building of a station -at the bridge approach. The
company pleads not guilty, this much
nei ded structure having been buill
the Provincial government, the order
! ivlng been given by (.'. ('. Fisher to
this effect.
'1'iis, however, does nol affei I the
need of a like structure at the Sapperton terminus <>f the B. C. E, R.,
advocated by ns yesterday.
Earl   Grey's   Competition.
Ottawa. Feb. 24.���The annual musical and dramatic competitions for
the trophy offered by Karl Grey.which
take place here during the present
week, have attracted to the city many
budding composers, playwrights and
thespians, who aspire to fame in the
world of music and the drama. The
the competition this year
ven nuch throughout the country,j was thrown open to the.whole of; Can-
more especially In the centres of pop- ada and Newfoundland, irrespective
ulation, the cities. | of.provinces, has resulted in a record
The provision of a reformatory does I breaking number of entries and as a
not seem to check juvenile crime in consequence the competition is textile least: there seems to be a during' I'ected to be ' ' " ;i '
and  an  abandon  in  the conspicuous-
��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
.���,,.-,��>>.'!���
TUESDAY,  FEB.   25,   1908.
JUVENILE   COUP-TS.
l!   Is  sadly  apparent   thai   there   is
an Increase of offences committed by,
children, embarrasing the magistrates  l*10'  th!U
al minor employees of the same company were arraigned todaj befori
Judge Thompson of >he Coles county
circuit court to answer to the charg. a
of manslaughter, as a result of the
lnterurban wreck near ihis city last
August, when eighteen persons were
killed and fifty were Injured.
Levey Mayar, of Chicago, appear!
for the deferftlants and proceed- 1 with
an argument t<> quash the in lictments
It is ex,.rii''>l  that  the argument   ot"
counsel on this   motion    will  oc   i
several days, so that, the trial of th
cases  cannot  be reached   until   next
month.    There   are   fifty   indictments
In all, containing more than five liun-
Ired counts.
TENDERS
will be received, up to 12 o'clock m on.
.Maii''.', 5th, for the proposed exten I ha
to 'iiis company's car shops building
at New Wesi minster.
Plans and specifications maj a!
--.ii at the offiet of the general
superintendent, Vancouver.
The lowest of any tender nol neces-i
saiily accepted.
B.  C.  ELECTRIC  RAILWAY
COMPANY,  LTD.
AUCTION   SALE
-oi-
Household  Effects.
GRAND
Masquerade BALL
Under Instructions from Mr, Georg
Adams, executor of the K< llj estate,
I will sell by public auction on the
premises, on Eighth avenue (between
Tenth and Twelfth stieets), at i1-1
o'clock a.m., ou
-AT  THE-
sor Hoiatio W. Parker, of Yale university, is here to act as judg. of the
musical productions, During his stay
in the city, Prof. Parker is to be the
sruest of His Excellency at Government  House.
Charged With Manslaughter.
Charleston. III., Feb. b-.���Judge Peter S. Grosscup of the Uuiterl States
Circuit court, at Chicago; M. S. Samp-
sell, Francis Paabody, Arthur  I :.
i.
Eagles' Hall
��� ON ���
FRIDAY, February 28
Admission  $1.00
Ladies Frsc
Tickets
Store.
to  be had a;  Ryall'
Masquerade Suits
Also, Dress Suits
FOR   MIRE
At All Times
AT  THE
WEDNESDAY, February 26th
The     undermentioned      Furniture,
1 Cooking Utensils, etc. I
Kitchen���Horue Jewel    cook    Btove,
! dining  table,  kitchen  tables,    rock ir
and chairs, S-day clock, mirrors, four
bird   cages,   several lamps,   crockery,
, and   a   large   assortment  of  cooking
uti nsils.
Parlor���Brussels carpet, bed lounge,
j five good cane-bottomed chairs, china
��� cupboard and book case,  -Singer sew-
Drug  ing    machine,    hanging     lamp     and
; bracket lamps, door    mats,    curtains,
    blinds, etc.
Bedrooms���Two three-piece bedroom
sets, bedsteads, mattresses, springs,
bolsters and pillows, bedding and
toilet sets.
Various���A   large   number   of carpenter and gardening   tools,   "Daisy
churn, spring wagon,    1J-    cords    of
wood, etc., etc.
Terms cash.
W.  J.   KERR.  Auctioneer.
Settlers Association of B. C.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FINANCIAL AGENTS
AND AUCTIONEERS
P. B. Brown and H. H. Lennie
having acquired the above bus
are now prepared to conduct s; It
farm, suburban or city properties
personal effects by private trea
public auction; negotiate loans,
gages; collect rents, and unde
the management of estates.
Note the Address :
Fales Block,     -    Columbia St,
NEW    WESTMINSTER
w. N. Draper Massage
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellird   Block.    New Wen-tmlnmter.   ��.C
facial, scalp, or      ly tr* ''nientigiri
In your own home.   Also mamcarlij
For engagement ring up ���
EMPIRE Tailor Shop
COLUMBIA  STREET
Opposite  St.  Peter's Roman Catholic'
Church.
*S
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
ness tnat the distinction of having
been before the "beak" gives these
youths.      The  evil  is  here  and  how
est to deal with it, ls a problem for
serious and reflective minds to solve.
The hearing of cases in the police
court,  with   its  usual  quota  of 'Hardened  criminals, can hardly  help  the
young offender,  and    the   placing ot
these  young culprits in  the;  common
prison, even on remand, should never
br- 'allowed.
A child does not cease to be a child '_==
it commits     crime.    We do ��\rf^
throw the responsibility of adults   l 1 WZZ��7/3l*7l92X
on our children in the home and those! ^f\ **"*
who '.uive   tin.'  administering of    the : _SQ
law should adopt the same principle,
and until  the disease is cured, there
should   be  seclusion,   kind   treatment
and  a  training of mind and  body to'
fill the life with higher and nobler as-1
.ilrations  that may  bring the  patient
back into the world to a life of usefulness, honesty and thrift.    We have |
many cases in this city, where the pa-1
rents have been too busy with church, i
social  or   society   affairs   to   give   the
time necessary    for comradeship .and
counsel   to   their  offspring,   v��th   the
inevitable result that these young peo-
pie, who should be an honor to their
parents   and  the  city,   are   wastrels
morally   aud   physically.      The    first
duty of parents is in the home, weaving into the child-life every attribute
that would  tend to build  up a noble
character; this done faithfully will do
more to strengthen the nation and pu-
rify  society than the parading of the
-in- of the frail, and remove the cause
In  most  cases of the  appearance ol
0 ith In crime.
RAILWAY  COMMISSIONS.
The i ractlcal usefulness of tha railway   commission   was  the burden   ot
i li    Mills   addn ss    io the  Canadian
Club at Ottawa.   The doctor was pro-
with illustrations of concrete examples of reductions in rates; one of
���these being the rate on metallic shingles from Toronto to Edmonton, by
$l.;i per carload. The commission
now enlarged makes li possible for
two hearing.-' to be proceeding at one
time though they may be thousands
of nuk s apart. A carefully prepared
i ase might do much in adjusting the
rates afTecting our industries, our
fruit crop, and our general distribution from the seaboard to our legitimate market, Alberta. Saskatchewan
; nd   Manitoba.
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Our Big Shoe Sale Er
��� i
WE CAN TRUTHFULLY SAY THAT THE GREAT SHOE SALE
WHICH WE HAVE JUST TERMINATED HAS BEEN THE MOST SUCCESSFUL DURING THE HISTORY OP OCR BUSINESS. WE SOLD
HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF BOOTS, AND WE THINK WE HAVE FUJL.LY
SATISFIED THE VAST NUMBERS OF CUSTOMERS WHO TOOK AD-
VAN'i'AGE OF OUR SALE. BUT WE DON'T INTEND TO LET THE EXCITEMENT  DIE OCT.
WE WILL NOW BE TALKING
SPRING SHOES
WE WILL BE BUSY ALL THIS WEEK I M'ACKING HUNDREDS
OF CASES OF NEW HOODS FROM ALL PARTS OF CANADA AND THE
UNITED STATES. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF THE MANY
NEW  LINES  WE WILL HE DISPLAYING THIS SPRUNG.
10
ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Betw,
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splerx
fruit lard.    Adjoining land is held atj
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRlI
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE |
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jyeichenbacn
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
JUST A MOMENT!
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
LTREET
Phone 101
PKone 101
*********************************************
We find we have quite a lot of odds and ends of Shoes left over frcm
our Sale. These we are putting into baskets and will sell them for a mere
song. There are some great bargains amongst them, and it will pay you
investigate.
to
FRUIT TREE  FARCE.
The Provincial government, officials 11
win) have the fruit tree inspection inh
hand in  this city,  have evidently non
respect for the Sabbath.   One oPthem j
inspected several orchards yesterday, I
and in one case camped at thr- owner's  hoiise    until he returned    from i
���i .lurch,  to give him notice with respect to his   trees,   which   of    course
would make the notice have no legal
effect   The spray ordered appears to j
be the sanw as that recommended last |
year.   The caterpillars grew tat on it
JOHNSTON'!
Big  Shoe  House,  Ltd
1COAL! COA_
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
nas
New Westminster
.prion'
AAV.I-0?
NP. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FROUT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  - NE* &
105' *.E8l>AV
FEB.  25.
1308.
TI1E   DAILY   NEWS.
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The
Stores
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NEW
Costumes
ROLLING
In at Every
Train
Arrival
oak und Suit. Department has been a scene of excitement
i : Ing day.   We buy ail of these Eine tailored garment, dlr-
man ifacturers and so doins save middleman's profit. Scores
lost fashionable dressed i'i       ,isll this dept. every day and
eturn home with one if our r.��w Spring   Suits.    These   are
itisfactory In style, fit and quality.
China Silk Waists, $1* 75
ien's Waists rif China ST..     I'���.������-���   :ome In cream and white
with neat pin tucked fron\   and   cn:';'.    Others   made  of  paneta
embroidery and Val lace Insertion,  all sizes,  J3.00 and   13.50
--. for   $1.73
s in Wrappers, Kimonas, and Blouse      These come in neat
and pretty flowered designs, Brown. Dark    Gray, NTav      r>rd
Valui s to $3.25, for    aoc
Leather Belts, 50c and 75c
imenl lias jus: arrived for spring. We are showing these in
le and narrow width, with neat back buckle. A complete range of
ides, extra good values at  50c and 75c
1000 yards German Val laces at 10c
< inr- to four inches wide with insertion to match.   A  .nick selling
'���' ���    15c and 20c values, for 10c yard
Staples at Less
Inch  Table Damask    37'/_e
yards half bleached Irish make,  every   thread  linen,  nice range,
'dered designs,  regular  50c values   for    37J/2C
36 in. Flannelette, 121 c
'" real English Flanelette, in plain  white, light and dark stripes,
ofl finish and well napped, regular 15c value for  12'/_a.
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-tent staff of
and will    ��� to
th i Ij Ing"   com
on
i    ;.   . lists
-
'  ��� li I'ling di.- ; -   t_ '
H   ,- .-  .   >....     .ai                       to  ..,'. .: i ii which
i: ,                               those mr mbe
on Monde   next.   T i       ���-
,       l_t]     In ������ .ir-la-l'i'i.
....   . i-u:a-   |o
. in's  billiard and  i<kji .--.
Canad-.    [mported     .1. 11. Brownlee, r. k.. Dominion and
ttes and tobacco    Dom-   B. C. land surveyor, ha.- opened an or
**  Bee in the Guichon block. Phono 33S. *
....;  and  Miss   '
.-������'���   a   -    .. ling ;*
holida    in   rh,-  cl ts  -f
' ;-'  - ������
���.  Bei ���   Moor -. Fil
of the late Mrs   Doth-      |..,,. acre blocks ol frail land, two
lied ;.:  Bast  nm-  miles from town; $110 per acre   clear
Saturday, rook place yester   [ng "    I   -     .
: noon Rev. W.  ll. Bar-  $,. Qo ��*
gh officiating at the housi   an :
th, ie i.i the l.O.O.F.      The Uniform Rank ol  the Knights
j     v.    :.   Fall 3 had ol     '  Pyl   las to i        srill j .
ai  an I  d inr e  in the   Vgric -
haii  at  Central   Park.     \
nt   -��� .i!   leave    this
i'n is  by the e      i o'cioi     'Hi later
cars.      Numbers   will   als - there
:..      -   -    .  ..    E.  Brown -   trom  Vancouvr r, and a n  is
..w. **  i xpected   thai   the  social v.
even  greati,   suci ei g   than   w i ���   the
"!';i"   las,. given In .bis city.   The commit-
;'      ' ���������'���" :;'" case   tee  .a charg,   have  pi   pai       an  ex-
,:i    '' Wun8   n-  cellent program, both of da, id
i btnaman who  was   Irowned  al
Maj   Queen's nam      n   ud of Port Moody while li       .       Saturday,
bildren's ward fund, which was coroner decidr I       I   no Inquest
designed   to   take place  on   Monday, as necess           ...             was ship-
March  2,  has  l n  postponed    to  a ed   to   Van.    ivei     esterday,   whera
date to   ���  fixed.
��� . ew Bve room  . on Bru-
.;:.-��� balance
:   month,  Incl i ling interest.
Co, *���
v       die  in- ��� I ing    ol   the  '' mtral
P i       ,1 reral  a soci ition    will    ta
Fi  I thi . when a
of prominent spei       - are to
electoi s.
Si .   window ���    :     -  today.
Publii    .- ipply
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THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily  News Elock
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Dr. T. ii. ' evey, D ntlst, has moved
e ���   w Dominion Trust building,
i]    islte th   post i Rice. **
Mock Trial
Tuesday Ev'g, Feb. 25th
���IN���
R. E. CHURCH
itivei   of thi ed will at*
,  to the  funera   i   i mgements.
Chapman's billiard and    pool   room
now  open, with eight poo] tables and      A  snap    L20 five miles  fro::.
two English billiai . Dables.   Dom-nion  town; ten acres cl ared; small house,
Trust block, **   barn and chicken house; good roads;
fine  land   and  easily   cleared.    Price
Owen   Burdr tt, ol   the   Star  candy
factory, has sold out his business  to
Mrs. ii. G. Ayling, who will manage
tii" candy sion-  for the future.    Mr.      The ladies .  Barnabas church
Burd tl   Intends  leaving   the   city   for   will celebrate Sim   ���> Tuesday (March
the ea.-t In a few ikiys.
A favorite of the em-- smokers, tbe
"Brilliante" cigar. **
for the concert which will prec ide thej
dance,among the numbers belnp songs LECTURE ROOM OF ST. PAUL'S
by Miss Ethel Laird, Messrs   \  Chris-1
and A. [nnes, and a recM
Hiss Helen Crake.   Mis. Vesta Bent,
il  New  Westminster, will bi ic       Under   auspices   of   The   Working
companist, i Bible Class.
Commencing at 8 o'clock.
Entr.~.:-.ce���Adults.  25c:   Children,   15c.
$"_'7.."'H per acre;  terms easy.    White,
Shite, k Co. *���
lir.   Manchester  has   returned   from
posl graduate studies in the eas;   and
opened an office    in    the    Dominion]
Trust block.    Telephone 399
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
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:,i. by holding a grand social enter*]
tainment in the parish ball, commenc
;!
will be in attendanci   during the eve-
H   ,,, of  Bve  ,,���,.... on  66  b3   L32   :':::-- while H  ftrsl  n"'' P-warn will
io; lot, good location;  less than half
r'.ock  from street  r-ai:
erms.   Abbot &;  Hyde.
only    $1200,
���
freshments wlli be served during ttie |
evening.   An admission fee rrf twenty-
five cents will be charged.
presented  by  local  talent.
A careless Chinaman yesterday
smashed a large plate glass door at
the Russell hotel, walking right Into
and partly through the obstacle in his
path. The chink escaped with a few
scratches.
Come to the Big Furniture Store
For Estimates On
CARPETS,   WINDOW SHADES,   LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS and FURNITURE
Prices to Suit Your Pocket Book.   Call and Inspect.
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T. M. SMITH
An afternoon tea under tlie auspice*
of the Women's Auxiliary of Hols
Trinity cathedral will h. held at tho   oMlMMei. being the cause of her de-
See the specials displayed ln our
window today. George Adams. Public Supply store. **
Nellie Louise  Newnham,  a    young
u'irl in ber fourteenth year, died on
Sunday at her father's residence,
heart  failure,  due  to a  complication
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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residence of Mrs. T. S. Annandale,
Fourth street, on Wednesday. A .-.a-
cial attraction will lie Madam Gonzales, the celebrated gypsy fortune
teller. **
The remains of Robert Ashmore
Collins, a stranger who died on l-'ri-
day In the hospital here, were interred at ihr' Anglican cemetery yesterday afternoon. Rev. A. Shtldrick,
of Holy Trinity cathedral, conducting!
the funeral services.
misc.    The funeral will take place In
the Church of England cemetery this
afternoon.  W.  E.  Fales being the un-
dertaker.    The young girl accompan-i
led her father to this city from Ens-j
h-nd only ,a few months ago.
The regular meeting of the local W.
C. T. U. will be held in Queen's avenue Epworth league parlor, Monday
next, February 24, at 3 p.m. A special
feature of tho program will be the
commemoration of the anniversary   of
X
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone 92.
Miss Frances Willard _ "Home-Going
Fourteen acres on North road, close   Honorary members will be welcome.
to school;  faces on three roads;  $126
per acre; one-third cash, balance ea-y.
White, Shiles &  Co.
For cut flowers, Douquets   or lun-
,,   eral  designs  telephone  T-  Davles  &
i Son. B- 208- ���������
A. G. Williams, advance agent of . H a..,^ plOTta_-_. _rg|._lier|
the Dream City company, which w.ll ,__ ^ Canad,a_ 0rdeI. _, Ch0hen;
appear at  thr- Opera house on March   ^^  _,,,.   _ompk>tu    U|  wol.,.   ,_ I
��� j this city towards the end of this week,
Leaving on  Friday for  North Vancou- j
, ver,   where    he  proposes   forming   ai
I      , ,
lodge  of  the order.     Mr.   Mallett   in-;
tends making a tour of the province |
: this summer,  returning  to the  coast
about the end of duly.    He estimates:
that It will take him about three years
to cover I'.ie whole of the province.
THIS
WEEK
Increase Your Appetite
A gdod appetite is a boon not to be despised, but if your palate requires a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you-already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives is
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have just received a large Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to introduce this brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
FROM 1 5c per bottle and upwards
according to size
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YOU MAY
We  aiv   pu-shin
We have spit    !'d values in
hack French Brushes, rangin
prices from 35 cents to $l.uu each.
The   "Auto"  cigar
Hair   Brushes,   favorite smoke.
i:d
is  becoming   a
j 5-Roomed Cottage
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Barn 18x_#.   Lot cultivated and fenced.
Near the car line.
Price, $1,200.
Half cash; balance monthly payments.
Immediate possession.
Miss   Murray,  an   experienced   tele- ,
in   phone opeTator,of Vancouver, hatbeen
���selected to take cnarge ot the New
Westminster central office, being due
They are on display in our show t0 collim(,U(.(, |u,r amies towards th"
window. We have another big end of this wvek. In addition to managing  tli"  trouble  desk,   Miss  Murray
| P. PEEBLES _1 I
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stock ordered and are anxious toi
reduce our present stock.   Besides
Hair Brushes we have an endless-
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variety  of Tooth, Hand,    Clou.
..ather and    Bath Brushes,    all.
good values.    New Seeds now to.
hand.
will  undertake the herculoan task ot ,
Test for visual Acufenetu;
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Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
F. W  Heath, late of Ottawa, l-fi charge
of the Optical Departmsnt.
W. GIFFORD. Optician, Columbia   St.
Mrs. Moore and Campbell i
beg to announce the
opening  of   their j
Millinery Parlors!
During March
Bank   of   Commerce   Building,;
opposite the Post Office.
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TOMORROW WHAT WOULD BECOME
OF YOUR WIFE AND CHILD
REN ? WHY NOT TAKE OUT A
POLICY THAT WOULD ASSURE
THEM OF A YEARLY INCOME
WHEN IT WOULD COST YOU
BUT A FEW DOLLARS EACH
YEAR.
RATES ON   APPLICATION   TO
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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TUE
F". 25.
STOPPED THE OVATION.
Bla-luirU    Wuuu.-r'n    ('<��� -,:li::r    I  r I'f it
cnce   in   \ U'i'.ii:!.
When Ua--:'er was at the height ot
his popularity be visited Vienna. Bar
on von Beust then chancellor of rhe
emrdrr' was Informed that the Pna
���tan party Intended to give him an im-
me.ise serenade���a serenade which
would have the air ot German protect
against tbe tendency of the ministry to
make the union of Hungary and Austria more Intimate. Tbe demonstration
promised t i arouse strong feeling.
"Your ex ellency is warned," said
tbe chancellor's advisers, "it is Impoa
sll.de to stop this manifestation unlesu
Wagner goes away, aud he lo'.os ova-
tions toi well. Nothing will Induce him
to depart"
"You think so." said Beust with a
smile.
An hour later Wagner was invited to
dine with the chancellor. He was flattered I'.' the invitation and accepted It.
After dinner, at which Beust was delightfully affable and entertaining, the
ehancollor remarked: "Herr Wagner,
nre you Interested iu autographs? 1
have some very curious ones to shon
you." Ami be opened a portfolio where
were leiters of Palmerston, Bismarck.
Napoleon III., Heine ami others.
Suddenly turning to a paper, dated
is is, be said: "Ah, look al this. It is
very curious. What would your friend
his highness the king or" Bavana say if
this paper, which would be significant
in connectiou with the political serenade which the Germans are going to
give you. should I e published tonor
row lu the Vienna papers'.'"
Tbe composer examined tbe pape'
ami recognized, with surprise, an old
proclamation of one Richard Wagner, :
who. ,-:u ardent revolutionist lu 1843,
had i'i v -��� I to the youth of that time j
to set (ire i ��� the palace of the king of
Saxony, He saw Lis autogruj.h ^ud
that ii might be the means of getting
bim Into bi   .',   trouble.
"Very curious, Is it not, lle--r .Valuer';" sairl the minister.
"Very c irious. your excellency," replied his guest.
The : -.. ruing Richard Wa.ner
left Vienna, recalled to Ba!reuth bj
nrgenl '       ,-���---.   Strand Ma.:'-'ine
vice as Much
z-����.^��c) | or PaY Only Half!
ljZm    f*m*ftSy    i       For the same money, you can
^***-_^___------^       :l        get twice as cood ai Suit in
(Progress fl
���TN��>^ \ ^progress Brand"
Clothing
as any tailor czn make,
Or, you can get tzvo suits of " Progrkss
Brand" Clothing for what one of equal
quality will cost  at the tailors'.
LOOK POR THU LABEL THAT PROTECTS.
116
H.   L.   de BECK
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
plmne 3?3
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Children's Wear
Before beginning to make the Misses' and Children's Dresses.
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We are sure you will be convinced that it is much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We will I e pleased to show you everything.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
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Fl-ilrr-*!   us   BirniiiielrT.i.
"In  their  May."' said   tbe  old  fisher  j
man. "fishes are noi such bad weathei '
prophets,    if  a storm   is approaching
the lisb sto]> biting, and they won't bite
again   until   the  storm   is   well   over
They appear to know when a storm 1>.
coming nnd when it lias really passed j
And to (1 bermen and farmers living
along ihe shore (ish foretell the neai j
approach of cold weather.   Hours be
fore it comes fishes leave the shallow j
waters Inshore and seek deeper water
which in Its depths will slay warm and
keep an equable temperature after thr
shallower   and   surface   waters   havi
turned  cold.   Ob, yes,  fishes  know  a
thtnir or  two  about  the   weather."-
Washington Post.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I
������ircli'i For the OM  Day��,
What Btopped the old housewife hab
It of  taking  the  tablecloth  out  aftei
each   meal   and   shaking   it   on   the
ground  to  the edification of the dog '
cat, chickens nnd birds?   As n boy wi
used to delight i.i that shake, especially if a ���        :���' matr m or a pretty glr
hail 1     1 of the cloth her b rdy swnj ed
so gn  efu      as she handled it.   Nc
other  moti    .   :   '  even  the  rhythmii
dance, set off her figure to better ad
vantage, and the minxes knew It and
always  mi unged   to  give  those   fliru |
when admirers  were  bandy  by.   Bui
ated a brush and a prei
ty  reeel er    ind  n  new  fashion   nw '
set.���Washing!  n   la.i I'ress.
Near S>ehwenka��villi'. Pa., ls a villa?*
that bears tbe name of Woxall.   This'
Wonderful name was tbe sesult of an!
error upon tl e part of tbe postofflce de-!
partment In  Washington.    The place
w-.:s known many years ago as "Crop-
pe.-tett.l." or "Crowtown,"  and later
as   Meebanii'sville.   but   when   a   post
office   was   established   there   iu   18S8
neither of these names  was satisfac '
tory, and it was decided to choose a
new cognot ea    Many were tbe Bug
gestions submitted to the postofflce department, but all were found to be too
nearly  like the name  of some other,
poetofflce to be acceptable.    Oue day
tbe village storekeeper saw the  word
"Noxall"   upon  a   piece  of  calico  ani
called the attention of several friend;
to it.    At once all  agreed  that ''.Nox
all"  would   be a  fine  name  for their
town.  So tbe postoflice authorities were
notified.     Soon   a   letter   came   from
Washington approving the name that
had been  chosen,  but in tbe ietter lt
vras spelled "Wo-rdl."    Sp Woxall became tbe name of the village.���Philadelphia Record.
Manutacturers  and Dealers in All Kinds  ot
Lumber,   Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.  |
i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, ., 10, 12, 13, 14, 15. j
16, IT, 18, 19, 20, 28, GO. 71. 72, 711, 74 |
and 77 of subdivision A, in suburban I
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
C  roiwn  house on Hamilton  street, ;
all   modern   improvements-     One   iot ;
f;nm car line; iot 60-132- Price $1400,
$000  casb, balance  in  monthly   pay-
ments-
S room house, all modern improve-
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street, '
Sappertoi^,.Price $2700.    $1000 cash,
balance on time.
:','.> acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
Btump on it, now in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 6-
room bouse and barn aud i3rge chick-
��� n house for about ITjO chickens;
good well; near to school and tram':
all fenced. Price $3500-. Terms $1500,
cash, $1000 in April an.l $1000 April
:. ing, or $.400 cash.
1 Lot 66x-32 ft., S. i, of S, lane at
bark, "rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal, 0 mouths.
Block corner of Fourth avenu and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
.- I ndid Investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
chinch, next lol to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and  fenci I;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, leai      i 14x28
and  lean  too  10x22;   barn 30x32  and
.lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
��� ���ii houses, each    10x12;    wagon
shed  20x30;   small  milk house,  small
; orchard, all kind-', oi fi   It   65 bearing
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price
$6 :  $2000 casl . I ilanci   i aslly ar-
jed at 7 per cent.
. I   -zed  lot on Third  street, be-
tween Royal and Queens avenue east
sidi. new house; $1400.
Tv.ii lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
Pull sized Lot '.,
of Regina  St,   bei
at "it end
"���I fin
avenues,  west   -        ,     lth S{
$400;   half cash.
Price
4  Lots    88x1 12
13th street.
���th ave0M
$1200 cash,
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient  fee!  for about 300 head  of
stock,    price $3000;   terms one-third'     *�� nuUHJSB   onl ,y g
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile   Sappr-rton;^ 5 rooms aa |
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street;  full size $1600.
HOU8ES
shed and 4 rooms,
ood
shed.   $1000 each, one
'��� ance easy.
77.58  ACRE.S
n and
awn, fa.
bli" land all
ploughed and clean ke,.   '
160 ACRES about two miles .from | B, i/4 8ect. 5,   %n per Mrti ^ *
Aldergrove station.  30   acres  cleared j casn| one-third
and partly  fenced, good  house,  bawi   months,
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1700 |
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist. I
Lot 8; south side of the river, near;
bridge.    $300;   half casb.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N'.-W. corner of.
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price!
$1050; half cash.
months
���iie-third 6
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 6th Avenue
4 lots cleared, smal! hi ise, chicken
house, 175 chickens. '��� -, ��� [n-]U8ln
price $1500, $1000 i .
6 ACRES good loam Boil, Group 3
Lot 16, corner Blue Mountain road
and  Brunette  roa I, side-  .
roomed   house;   par] ......
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and I kitchen and three edro piaster.'
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x|ed; conservatory 30 or 40 teet long
132; Xos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for   heated by pipes;  well; stable; bam'
15 bearing fruit trei .01 siderable
stock ready to plant oui 2 kep bees-
D acres cleared, light on re
maining acre;    all fenced
from school.    Price $3000; half cask,
bal. In 6 months at T
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160  acres,  2 miles  trom city.
.40 per acra
Two lots  on 18th  street, be-
,  7th and Sih avenues.
1  Lot  88x132
$800  cash.
ith a-.
13th St,
, 2 houses corner or Merrival an I
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rent- tor $25, 1 loot!,er $10; flush elosets an I all con-
ih cted wit b sewers,
('as. $2,000,   balance in
3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,    '.    . zed ant
cleared, upper side ol
tween I t and 2nd Str< ��� ts,   p  -,$���,���
each.
1  LOTS.  2  lots  tl
Oth Avenue on .-"in
37 _. 38, ful] Bize,    I'       ". 100 for the
four, or $300 each;  1.
,   11 Ie    tr.li' men!   b
1st and 2nd St;  1  lot,   Pi   ��� $tjoo;
cash ball and half In 61 ii 1 ���
Pr c i $3,500.  |.(,L,S ...... *;,, ,., ;, ten int.
r;.  12 and  1-s
40 ac      ' . -'-1   on 14, N*. :. ol
of Tn. 2, about 3 mil .---oi
of 6    ��*     '   1!.-..'.  rth road, Surrej.
months at
Lots   14   anrl   IB of   1
(cleared.)    Price $500; for thr' two, 1-2   H2 storey house, 3 roon
cash, balance 3 months at 7 per cent,  other 3 can be added
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. A.\D PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, >ND BALANCE IN 0, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
CHOICE BEEF
mt
%}:
Fresh*Pork_Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork      '/fifffl^M*
Pacific Meat Market '     "
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
House ami cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $2:,, cottage for $12.;
$,-..ouo. easy terms,
271.2 aires of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit tir. , just comeucing to bear;
new house, IV2 storey, 5 rooms; ben
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 C
and 12 months.
This property is only ',_ mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens anrl ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
Lot 14 on Sherbr ioi    tn      of 11 ol
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 1 B
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city II ts
$00 each lot. Fuller pari trs on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a coramman '
Situation;   'lhird   avenue,  at   foot   of
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)   n0.',',tn
All   modern   conveniences;     hot    and
cold   water,   bath,   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.
shack;   1%   acres   cli
with clover, red; falrlj ���
One mile  from shlnj ��� Priej
$1,200;.   terms  hail  casl      dance 11
months at 7  '.',.
\\ esterly -l. 11 of 63, Sub.
132x132 corner 100 tei I ;  '
houses dran Ing $28 pei 1
$5,000, hail cash, balance In ti andU
months.
ion acres 011 the Scott road, 15 acres
100 S.B.  U or Section 26, '   I
10 acres.pan ly clean 1 creel
running through; goo I
"of   Webster's
mill an ! P.O. at the we
ber worth $7 per ac:-
-1  miles    from    Port    Ham  .    Pri<*
$2,100; terms Jl.H 0 1 rlance af
ani ���!
Large lot and  two " '''
liimbia street, Sapperton.   Until rental
at $10 each.
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.; Qne __(, ()_e.half Btorej >:, m ,Bj
splendid soil: only $30 per acre, frl.OOo, Ml B,_e loU sltuated nort_ . le '
cash, balance easy. Royal avenue and corner of M
Part of lot SOU, joins Lake Comniiir,   street;  9 rooms; bath room, hot ani
'about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre    cold  water, closet;   woodshed; yonng
Half cash.   Jump. bearig  fruit trees;   streets on three
sides;   fine  view.    Price $1,800. .BM
cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 96. 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Sunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small I    Lot facing 2nd St., between Qnwo'8
bouse,   chicken    house,     175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
chickens; horse and rig;
$1500 cash.
Price
Phone 192
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1 -���   ^ _ _ �� :
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l FOR SALE.....
Parrol   Pie.
Parrot pie Is one of the dellr-c.ee
ever which visitors to Australia rave.
As the fruit season opens the parrots
and parrakeets come by thousands, like
lecusts, and, settling on the trees, feed
upon tbe fruit until nothing but the
���tones Is left behind. They are shot
while gorging themselves. The flesh,
though very dark, is said to be delicious ln flavor and almost to taste of
the cherries, peaches and plums on
which the birds have fed. They are
���aid to Ih- more succulent than pigeons
and altogether superior to the palate.
Dry Fir Wood in 4_ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to[any part of the city.
C. WILLI AMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
>***���**<,**********+*, *********************************
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.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Umilmn ��r Author*.
"Very few literary men get rich."
"Perhaps It's Just as well they do_V
answered Mis. Cayenne. "If a literary,
man grit rich enough to found libraries
he wouldn't permit people to read any
bat his own books." ��� Washington
Star.
Widely   R-ail.
"Did any one ever read your wrlt-
Joirs?" asked the artist. "Certainly!"
responded the haughty poet. "Kvei**��
���flltor l_ tbe county has read them."
Re James Taylor, Deceastc!.
NOTICE is hereliy given that all
creditors and other persons having
any claims or demands against the
estate of .lames Taylor, late of Fort
Langley", in the province of British j
Columbia, deceased, who died on the
Hot. day of November, 1907, and whose
will was proved in the supreme court
of British Columbia on the 25th day
of January, 1908, by Joseph Mayers
anil John Taylor, the executors therein
named, art hereby required to Ben/1
particulars in writing of the:;- claims
or demands to me the undersignedI
the solicitor for t.ie said executors on
or before the 20th day of Maich  190S '
at the undermentioned address, after
which date the said executors will
proceed to distribute the assets ot the
said James Taylor, deceased; amongst
the parties entitled thereto, having re
gard only to the c'aims and demands
of which they shall then hav had
notice and the said executors will not
be 'liable for the asset, of the said
James Taylor deceased or any par?
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose claims and demand, they shall not then have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of February, A.
D.,  1908.
A. WHBALLEH,
Solicitor for the said Jo.ep. Mayer,
and John Taylor, Executors.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue. First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
���in all ten 311x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue and
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only 11,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply tor full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20. 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
M80. cuh.   Single lots at cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of
$500 for three or $175 each;   1-2 cash
j balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear-
J ea. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage oil Vancouver road, corner
i of Gilley road.   $225 [ier acre.   Acreage is Relllng fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of Gth and Agnes St.
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared
alongside and  back.     Price   V0'
half cash, balance easy at 7 ',{
150 acres Improved land, bn '
and sheds complele, near CloverdWI
all under cultivation, $15,000, II 7<i>
can handle this, don't delay; '-'���'
bargain; terms can be arranged.
--���For the above Tour proprrtlfls��
special price will be made to i ne i*
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between ��-
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 &mW
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath r" '
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
kit-
Price $4,000;^terms^/- cash, balance  chen and pantrv    *-.���-, B).ed lot "��"
ning back to Ash St.    Price *3'800;
$1,500 ca*. tialance at ��500 per ."'n'
3 and 6 months at 7 %
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes  St.   $3,000;   i_   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $_,500;  %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   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
at 7 per cent
Three ful sized lots on Fifth ftvenaft
north side between First and
price >w
gpcond
streets, N#.  5,  6 and 7.
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of "J*
llton street between Sixth and m
streets; $226.
Mara  road, D"�����M
p.-WS
28 acres on
$160 an acre   FOR   A  FEW
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  ba''"1
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th   street ��
side of 4th avenue.   Price *^u
ut tide!
10
Bloc- 12 on 12th St., e^1 ;;.thirt*
���                 ...        , .���   .       , .full slued lots.    Price $2,600. one
house made of hewed timber laid In cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life-'        ' , n  12 )'i�����
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balrnce at 6 A** ���� S���k S.re $350 ef'
P*r C0nt-  ... \    ., , 'cash, balance 6mo_tbs at 1 *" Tb'ESDAV
pEB.  2S,  1908*
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application .   s
ld;an    North-West j been made to register Margaret Don-
lsyi��Ps's   �� tea(j  Regulations. j bie as th   owner in Fee Simple, und^r
1 ed  section of Do** �� T" **�� D** *��>����� & A. J
,   Saskatch-I to *���*-** Bobbie, bearing date the
teion :-��� ���   8 Bnd .,,   l�� ^y of December, A. D. 1902, of
a*1 ' tomesteadfd by' u" and s:"-""'��' l'ia< <**���������� P"cel or
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
tritlgh Cctjmbla  Toaot  Llne
Service.
���m
I. ran
I-
���rn'
''  30le
heady
.      tract of land and premises situate, i>-
I-'
last,
|tii��
or anj
over 18 years ol
... -,������ of one-quarter sec-.
r', in. and being in the District of N- w
more or less.
[or  entry     must
the  applicant  at
or   sub-
Westminster, in the Province ol Brit
Ish Columbia.more particularly known
and described as Lots IS to 25, inclusive, BlocK 4, beini? parts of southwest of Section 2, Township  16.
I
I ��� ���������ucj    "i    """-l    You and each of you are required
I -net m which theK    _ont_.t ^ ^ of ^ J ^
bJ  ""'x> nu>'  chaser within fortv-five days from the
"\ 1Uf S! -Lh   date of tht' Br8t Publication of this
.,,v the father, moth-    otke
or sister of   p
.:
Jli!!l  Is
son.
I .
_��mesti ader.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
S.S   Pr.ncess  May.
'' -:i     -    rta      leaves    Vancouver
Februarj  22, m Lrch 1. ll and 21 and
: I.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS    Princess   Victoria
ouvei   L:3    p. m   daily;
U Vii - iria '\:M p. m. daily.
'������ a r-ea Victoria 1 a. m. dally;    ar-
iver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess   Beatrice.
'������ Victoria S:.c a. m. daily ex
cept Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 ;>���
LETTS
ed shall within ten days aftr-r th.   a<
��� rf  furnish   such    addi-
irove I security as m iy be
- -. the Commissioners; sign the
''.    si'r'citications,    and    other
required to be signed  by
'' Commissioners; and. in any
oasi    if refusal or failure on the pari
ol
A  ROMANTIC.   LEASE.
���ne Far
O ':   ���   -��,,,.,���!    |,,.,J   It;,-.,-   a..   I'.
a   I'��-ii:i��>U nnill   Inn::.
Ihe public is generally conversant
with the annual custom of paying "one
red rose" as grou ; rental in eastern
Pennsylvania churches to the de .--nil-
PUHE POWDERED
���
.thereof in fee.    And  I  hereby direct  ">��� daily except .Monday.
- rejuired to P-M that publication of this notice for one      *-*a   is Seattle 11:30 p. rn. daily ex-
orB tin- ; ' "!t'e3 under one; month In a dally newspaper publish-  cept Monday; arirves Victoria ~ a.iu.
���'"���"' | ed at New Westminster will be good dall-v      ept Tuesday.
il. months' residence i and sufficient  service thereof.
on of the land In      Dated    I Land R glstry office
ee years. \..,v   Westminster,  Province  of   Brit-
er may, if he so! isn colum    i, ti    29th day of Vugust,
' A. D.  1907,
C.   S.  KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Esq.
?ai!idy for Use In Any Quantity.
Fo: i i.klrra SOAP, snftcnin. water, rcmov-
��� ������ punt, disinfecting sirks. dojetl
��" ns nnd fur many other purposes, j
I ������ can equals 20 pounds sal Sods.
\ J-.OLD   EVERYWHERE,
��c v���� /**��11 a er^T ccmpanv
ants ,>t those wh , - .-. ��� the ground for
������ whose tender is accepted the edifices, bnl it u nol . merally
to complete and execute the een- known thai hundreds rif owners of
tracl with the said commissioners, farms are under a similar obligation,
and to furnish th.- additional a;.- ,:1-vs the Cincinnati Commerclfl Trib-
proved security within ten days
aft- - the acceptance of the tender,
the said cheque shnll be forfeited to
the Commissioners as liquidated damages  for  such refusal or  failure and
ine,
"Bed rose rent" is yearly paid every
leeond Sunday in June iu the Lutheran
church at Manhelm, Lancaster county;
iu the TulpeboekiMi Reformed church,
about Blxteeu miles west of Reading,
���all con',;uts rights acquired by the ac- ami in several edifices in Lebanon
ceptance of the tender shall be for- county, while several congregations in
felted.    The  cheques    deposited    bv   Berks are entlUed to observe the event,
but ihr -not.
Roses paid sn these occasions to representatives ot families whose
IMITEP
TORONTO.CMT.
required   ro_i-
.. ng  on    farming
.,.    liim,   not   less
In extent, iu
homestead.   Joinc |
will not  meet this
;   01 mother, if the
PROFE88IONAL.
-
w.
w
M
���
id  ' a:.���-.-ral  tor by him
t       dcinity, such homesteaidor may
[., .     bis own residence duties by a ter
I.... ..   .    is father (or mother).
Ill The term "vicinity'' in the two
(weeding paragraphs ls defined as
[waning not more than nine miles In
Hrect line, exclusive "f the width
y ranees crossed    In    the
isurement,
jj a homesteader intending to
I; his   residence   duties   in   ae-
rdance with the above while living
i      irents or on farming land own-
kd by himself must  notify the agent
tube district of such Intention,
|Six months' notice In writing must
given to the Commissioner of Do-
Union Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
| for patent.
W.  W.  CORY.
(.iiuty nf the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized  publication uf
lh:.' advertisement  will  not be  paid
���or. .
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Lea -    Victoria ii p.m. 1st and 14th
of earl   month for Clayoquot, Mosqul-
<i Harbr    and way ports;   7th of each
month   fi -.   QuatBlno  and   way   ports;
20th of   ach month for Ahcuset, Quat-
slno, Capi  Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leavr e   \   n ou\ er   1:30   p-m- dally,
except  Sunday.    Friday and  Saturday
leaves   at l p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
l a. m.
UP  RIVER
Etamona���
From N. W. Tu��� Th., Sal. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S.  Transfer.
 Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
;.  rESIDE  &  EDMONDS, Barris- minster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
���     and solicitors,  Blackie  Blk.,  Thursday,   Friday   and   Saturday   at  2
Columbia street,   New    Westminster. P-m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
vv. J. Whiteside, il. L. Edmonds. Leave    Westham    Island    Monday,
   Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday,  Sat-
&  McQUARRLE  urday a)  - a ul_    Friduy 6 a.m.   Addi-
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices, i ,_,_���_, t_,_ Satu..day U.,1V,. Ladner at
New  Westminster, Trapp Blk- come
NORMAN   BOLE,  K, C,    BAR
��� .li of a homesteader I ���� '       rister and  Solicitor,    Chamb-
reBidence on  firming; ers,   Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce
I)   by  bim,  no:  less | building, New Westminster, B. C.
'.  acres In extent, In	
the homestea I, or up-'
A.
rVHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
licitor,   etc.,     42   Lome   St net,
opposite Court House, New Westmin-
Phone 14:;.
VRTIN,  WEART
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the un lerslgned, marked on the en-
vi i ipe "Tender for Construction," will
be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, . until twelve
o'r lock noon of Tuesday, the 10th lay
of March. 1908, for the work required) of a t ������,,;,,,.
for   the    construction, in accordance
with the plans, profiles and speciflca- , shall be determined by the Conn
tions of the Commissioners, of the foi- sinnerS| wnoge decision shall be final."
lowing sections of the Transcontinen-j ..Tnls ag-eement is subject to the
tal Railway, viz : regulations   now   In   force,   or   which
(.1)    District'A.'���From a point de-j may at any    time   hereafter    be   in
signated  on  the   plans  of  tbe  Com-; force during the  construction of the
parties whose tend"rs   are   accepted
will be deposited to the credit of the1 ,.  . ;U; ,        ,,,.
Receiver General of Canada as .-art ot tor, made BUeb provisions are treaa-
the security for the due and faithful hired as priceless heirlooms, and at
performance of the contract according Manhelm they have come from many
tot its term..    Cheques deposited by   stair-..
r es whose tender are roi'-eted will II ls known to few thai more than
' ��� ��� turned within ten days after the 1C0 -v,':,rs a���� L,V:,r tracta "r r"rm
signing of the contract.
UtenUon is called to the following   ttat��at"le_8t'>_0,00
clauses In the form of contract: Berks ���n. 8UbJe ��� because of a clause
"All mechanics, laborers,   or other   in  the original  deeds  to an  annual
; ers n;s who perform labor for the pur*   ground rent of one red rose,
poses of the construction ot the works I    Records   or   the   Berks   courthouse
show that  many  years  befor ���  Baron
land were sold around  Reading with
thi- sunn' stipulation,    li is estimated
hereby  contracted for,  shall    e    aid
such wages as art- generally acce ted Sli'-'"! P">vIded ''"' ,h" paymenl of rod
. , , . rose reni  bv the .-hm-rii at Manhelm
as current for competent workmen in i ~ ���.. _ , , ,     ,       \     ���      ,,
,.',    , Caspar WUtar sold land containing the
the district In which the work is be- ; ...... _iftU8e
im, performed, and if there is no cur-!
rent rate in such district, then a fair
and reasonable rate; and, in tin' eveni
as to what is the
current or a fair and reasonable rate.
Bed rose rent is mentioned In connection with land in Tulpehocken, Marlon, Maxatawny, Oley and other townships.   It dates back to 1788.
Tbe Julpehocken Reformed church is
built on land that Is Bubject to "one
red rose" quit rent. The land was
owned by Caspar Wistar, brass button
manufacturer of Philadelphia. The red
rose rent has been paid to the Philadelphia descendants of Caspar Wistar for
some years. Tbe most notable observance   wus   in   1602,   when   thirty
Clarckson and Lorne sti ids. Vancouver, rooms 21, 21, 145 Granvide street,
.tos.-pii Martin, K. C, .1. W. Weart, W
G. McQuarrie, 11. A. Bourne, Mr.
M in wil iir> in the Westmlnstei
otiir i s every Friday afternoon,
G.-.r_ur_i. n.. ttAHTlfa), liarrisier aur
jjolicltor,  Oulchon   block, Colum
ra aud Mr-Keiizle streets. New West
minster.  B. Ci
a   p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and loth;
from Vancouver at S o. m., 2nd
���ind Kith of each month, calling ai
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA,  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever/
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Van-
a. MYEKS GHAY, Barrisi"r, Solicltoi
and Notary Public, l> nractlce since
1891 at New Westminster-   HP.   Of
tlces removed to Curtis Block, Clark ! couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
son   street, opposite   Court House j Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64. i VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
 ��� ��� ! COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
F.  HANSKOR D.    Barrister, s s  city of Nanaimo.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,      Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
missioners, about the 58th mile west I works hereby contracted for, made un-
of Moncton, to the crossing of the In-' der the .authority of the Department of prominent Philadelphia Wistars attended the services and were paid 157
red roses in payment of arrears of
rent.
John Page, described as "a gentle-
was  another  ex-
tercolonial  railway at or about mile  Labor, and which are, or shall be, ap-.
i>~,.~, a distance of about 39.7 miles.   ; plicable to such works." (The schedule
(2)  District 'A'���From a point   de-j of minimum  wages  determined upon
signated on  the plans of    the Com-] by said Department will form part of|tll.m frnlll   *,,,.���p,.|"
missioners, at or about the crossing' the contract.)
tensive real  estate speculator In the
or   the   Intercolonial  railway   by   the i    "The contractor shall in connection   early colonial period.    lie planned to
Transcontinental railway at mile 1)7:7 I with thr   whcla of the said work,   as
W
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
lieen made to register M. W. Min-
porne as the owner in fee simple,
lander a tax sale deed from the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New West-
minster, to M. W. Minthorne, bearing
pie the 10th  day  of  February,   A.D. | BOARD   OF TRADE.���New  Westmin 	
11301, of all and singular that certain!     ster Board of Trade    meets in the;     F_r   regemWon8   ���__   'arormatioD
parcel or tract of land and premises j    Board Room, City Hall, as follows:      j   _r ad(-rea9
corner     Columbia     and     McKenzie  rives N-ana-m0 4 p.m.
streets. -New Westminster, B. C. Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m.;
arrives Victoria 9 p. in.
situate, lying  and   being  in  the city
New Westminster, in the province'
W British Columbia, more particularly
pown and described as:   Subdivision
lu of block "A" of the middle acre of j
Jthe south half ot the south half of]
J'ot 6, suburban block 12, map' 566.
You and each of you are required to!
looniest the claim of the tax purchaser
pit-in forty-five days from the datei
jot the first publication of this notice, |
jotherwise I shall register M. W. :."���.--!
jthorne as owner thereof In fee. And
j'hereby direct that publication of this
Inotiie for thirty days In a daily news-
IPaper published at New Westminster
Iwill be goo. and sufficient service
j thereof.
Dated al me Lund Registry Office,
JNew Westminster, province of British
IColumbia, this 22nd day  of January,
[A.D. 19i
C, S. KKITH,
District Registrar.
\T" Lou    H. Hayno.
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New j
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
*��st. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Ooti.ml fluiK-Vntendent. Victoria
All
a served with this notice
i    : claiming through or under
1 all pi rsons claiming any inti  lhe  said   land   by   virtue of
m< Bistered  instrument,  and all
ers��i laiming any interest in tbe
���illi| land by descent, whose title is
f:' :' :' fed under the provisions of
"le "Ixind Registry Act," shall be for-
I'"''''' estopped and debarred from set-
'i1 any claim to or in respect of
!l" I 'and so sold for taxes as pro*
VWed ! v the "Land  Registry  Act."
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WmS-^0' CARCROSS. ATLIN,
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St.   Paul,   Chicago   anrl  other  United
States point3.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to K, .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt��� Var.r.ouver.
.   mail,
freight    connect    with
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Fot  Time Tables,  Folder?, or any
uriher  information call  on   ^r write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���? >c\ ^ri-ond Avenue. Seattle. W��sh
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
rhe   only  all   rail  route  between all
Kiints east, west and south to Ross-
j .nd.  Nelson and intermediate points
onnecting at Spokane with the Great
\ Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
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Connects at Rossland with the C��n-
idian   Pacific   Railway for  Boundary
jteck points
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
i atage  f"lily for Republic.
1     liu Ret   service   on   trains   between
1 *.pokane and Nelson.
I    Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
I -9��..
, Leave Day Train Arrive
',.20 an. Spokane  7-iS P-m-
12.25 of Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
" if* ��.m. Nelson 6.45 Pm*
H. ... JACKSON.
west of .Moncton to the Toblque river,
at or about mile 165.7 less one mile,
a distance of about 67 miles.
('���)) District 'A'���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, at or near the Tobique river
to a point shown on the said plans
a out 2i_ miles west of the Town of
(irand Palls, in the Province of New
Brunswick, a distance of about 31.5
miles.
(4) District 'B'���From a point de*
signated on the plans of the Commis
I sioners, at or near the boundary line
between the Provinces of Quebec and
New Brunswick, westerly a distance
of about 52.4 miles.
(5) District 'D'���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, about eight miles west of the
Abitibi River crossing, in the Proy-
Ince of Ontario, westerly for a distance  of about  100 miles.
(6) District 'E'���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, about 19V_ miles west of the
crossing of Mud River, near Lake
Nepigon, in the Province of Ontario,
easterly for a distance of about 75
miles.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may be seen in the office of the Chief
Engineer of the Commissioners at Ottawa; also in the offices of the District Engineers concerned, viz: Guy
C. Dunn, St. John, N. B.; A. E. Dou-
cet, Quebec, P. Q.; John Aylen, Acting District Engineer, North Bay,
Ont.; and T. S. Armstrong, Nepigon, 1
Ont.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders wlll not be considered unless
made in duplicate, and on the printed forms supplied by the Commissioners.
A separate tender must be submitted for each section.
Tenderers shall not be In any way
entitled to rely ii|ion the classification,
or any other information given by
any person on behalf of the Comm's-
sioners; and before submitting any
tender, bidders should make a careful
examination of the plops, profiles,
drawings and specifications, and read
the forms to be executed, and fully
inform themselves as to the quantity
and quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; and
are understood to accept and agree
to be bound by, the terms and conditions in the form of contract, specifications, etc., annexed to the form of
tender.
Each tender must be siirned and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank-of the Domln'Jn of Canada, payable to the order of the Commission?! s
far as pr ctical,lj, use only material,
machinery, planT, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided the same can be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, 111 Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires ln the different provinces wherein the work is
being performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 1st February, 1908.
establish a feudal barony along thn
Tulpehocken in 1735. Every deed of
land sold by him contained the red
rose clause.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
For
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement If they insert it wltn-
out authority from the Commissioners
*>��*.    Widow    Had   Good    Reason
Ringing Off Sharply.
Telephone mistakes have their serious side. A man who wished to
communicate with another named
Williams looked in the directory and
then called up a number "south."
Presently there came through tha
receiver a soft feminine "Hello!"
and he said, "Who is that?"
"This is Mrs. Williams."
"Have you any idea where your
husband is ?"
He couldn't understand why she
rang off so sharply until he looked
in the book again and discovered
that he had called up the residence
of a widow.���Milwaukee Sentinel.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum
hla street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
\. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
Hi* Specialty,
"I -ee tliat all tha physicians are
becoming specialists nowadays, Dr.
Pilliiigton. I suppose you have a
specialty, the same as the rest of
them."
"Yes."
"What is it ?"
"Grblf."���Chicago Record-Herald.
How It Was Arranged.
"Were you consulted about your
-Meetings the first and '.hlrd Tues 1 daughter's engagement to Count,
day tn each month. Visiting , p-,ln���.i,-)��
brethren cordially invited to attend ' llulsn-
LodKe room, A. 6. U. V.\ hall. Odd
fellows'  block, Clarkson  street
0OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Four'.1' Friday ta the
month at 8 o'el-'ck. In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
"No," answered Mr. Cumrox.
"Mother and the girls act as if they
thought I ought to feci flattered to
be asked to the wedding."���Washington Star.
.OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808
A. O. F.���The regular meetings ot
this Lodge aQB held <in 'he Second
and Fourth Tuesdays o; each inonth
at 8  p.  ra. In lhe Oddfellows' Hall
Curat and the Prince de JoSnvill. .
"1 thank you, Corot," said the prince,
holding out his band, "for having allowed me to renew my youth In seeing
your works. ..nd. look, I see there an
old acquaintance, yonr picture of
Dante in hades, it was In the Salon
��f 1S13, was It not?" "That is true,
mon prince," said Corot. "How lu tbe
uanie of goodness can you remember
the date��� you who have seen so many
things  sineo  that   tiine?"^   "And   the
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday j
evening at S p. tn., in  the  Eagles'
hall,    Columbia   street.    A.   Clark,
W. Pres.;   H. Schoneld. Secretary.
     I critic   Delecluse,"   replied   the   prince.
<"HE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM 1 "worried you a great deal 011 this sub-
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday 1 ject.    But It touched you very  little.
hi  8 o'clock  p.  m.,  ln  Oddfellows'    ___ yo_ were right.    And this lovely.
had, Columbia street. ! _ciicate study-you must have made It
in the neighborhood of Genoa?"    "in-
tlONai OF .SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8LES
deed.   I   did."   bellowed   Corot   In   his
6reat voice.   "You are gifted with sec*
CAMP, 1��1.���Meets on the First and 1 0Ild g, ,hti   For ten vears no,v - hav.
I  J p  if���8nayf^   ?'vfuZ^rS   ��e*��*ed ��> ��9 "1.1 noddle for the place
K. of P. ball.    1.1..,.   U. but.i-ilanrl.    ^^ ,  (I,.  ^ ���_d  u neede(, .you> ���
mon prince, to come and tell me."
"Thnt, M. Corot. is because I have
sketched those beautiful mountains
more than ten times, and I know them
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. S
���.Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
urn!;la Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren will | by heart.   There Is another study over
of the Transcontinental Railway,
follows:
For Section No. 1, District 'A'.$ 75,0("0j
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.O.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
2,
3,
4,
5,
6.
���A��.
'A*.
'B'.
���D'.
���E'.
100,000 j
75,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
there ot a mill ou the dunes. It Is soft
and gray and very true. I think It
must have been done at Dnnkerque.
And iwxt to It I recognise the tower of
the port of La Rochelle." "I see, mon-
seigneur���pardon, mon prince���that
there is nothing to teach you. I see
only one thing���that to your title and
Any person whose tender is accept-
R08E OF COLUMBIA   LODGE   No.
115, 80NS OF ENGLAND, B. 8���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall, -"..lumbla 8t, at ; quality of prince nnd admiral must _���
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth ; added that of 'wl.ard.' ������O. Chnrdla
Wednesday   tn   each month, same \ in Putnam's Weekly,
time and place. /
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For Your Chiefs
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Ego Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
Oranges
WE HA VE
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GOOD ONES!
Apples, $1.50
STORM CENTRE IS
SHIFTING TO PACIFIC
Preacher-Editor Debates on
Conditions on Western
Slope���Advocates   Peace.
per
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Navel Oranges
Best quality
Large size
25c per dozen
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Ihe People's Grocer
Ottawa.  Feb.  2!.���J.  .-..   Macdonald.
editor of the Toronto Globe, address-1
r .1  a  large congregation  in  St. And-'
rew's church last night on the subject;
of  the  churchs'  call   to  the    nations,:
and   made  reference to the  peculiar
responell llitj   now   resting  with  Canada In dealing with nations direct. Ho
dwelt upon the tact that the storm centres of the world', politics were shift-1
Ing to the Pacific, where an awaken-j
ed  Japan  and  China    were    looking
large    on    the   world's   horizon   and I
where grtvit  forces were at  work that
might make the Pacific tire scene of a!
great  battle of Armageddon.    Instead
of  a   policy of selfish   exclusion  and
aloofness from the Orient.  Macdonald
urged that the duty of t'ne church and
state was to seek to Christianize the |
millions of people of the Orient, imbuing them with the spirit of the brotherhood of man instead of raising the
walls   of  national   prejudice   and   destroying the  self-sacrificing efforts of
the   missionaries   by   Beeking   all   the
advantages  of  trade   without   accepting at the same time the duties and
responsibilities    of    a    peace-loving,
Christian nation.
KANT-KLOG
SPRAYERS
The latest and most up-to-
date sprayer on the market;
made of galvanized iron and
brass, therefore no rust. Will
not  dog.
For spraying all kinds of
fruit and vegetable., poultry
bouses and stables, washing
windows, wagons and many
other uses.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
HITCHCOCK'S TRIAL  IS
AGAIN    POSTPONED
REQUIRED
Two Modern Furnished
Houses in ��ood locations
New fork, Feb. 24.���The trial of
Raymond Hitchcock, the comedian.on
an indictment which resulted from
charges i- ferred by a young girl,
which was to have been begun in the
supreme couri today, was postponed
until next Monday. The postponement was granted upon application of
counsel for the defendant on the
groun i thai Hitchcoi k's chii : counsel
-.. s engaged in another case in court.
In granting the motion for delay, Justice Dowllng said that no similar motion in the future will be entertained
In this case. He warned ail parties
to be prepared for trial nexl Monday.
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J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Northwestern   Lumbermen.
Tacoma,    Fe .    24.���Arrangements
have been completed for the convention    of the Western Retail Lumber
Dealers'  associa ion,  which  is  : ���
held here this  week.    In  addition to
the retail dealers, numbering  sevi
hundred  and  representing all of trie i
Western  States,   lumber 'and  single
manufacturers, railroad men and oth-
��� rs interested directly or indirect!)- In
I' ���   lumbr v Indus!ry, will take par; In
the general conference on the important problems affecting the trade, The
mi eting   promises   to   v   the   largi st
and  most   Important  of its kind everl
held in thi' Northwest.
Tribute to Monte Cross.
Philadelphia,   Pa.,   Peb.   24.���Monte
Cross, the    veteran    baseball  player
: :��� . Ified   for many   years    with   the|
Philadelphia and  Athletic clubs, was
the guesi of honor at a dinner at th.
Hotel   Majestic   in   this   city   tonight.
The affair had been arranged by the
Sporting Writers' association of Phll-i
adelphia.   Officials of both the major
leagues, several of the club presidents]
and managers and a number of well-
known players attended the dinner.
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Honors   for   Ambassador.
Montreal, Peb. 24.- -.lames Bryce,
British ambassador to the United
States, arrived in the city from Ottawa at noon today. He was accompanied by Mrs. Bryce, Their Excellencies
the Governor-General and Lady Grey,
Lady Sybil Grey and Lord Lascelles,
A.D.C. The party was met at the station by Sir Tlimii is Shaughnessy,
Whose guests Mr. and Mrs Unci, will
be while in  Montreal.
Mr, Bryce will ban. the honorary
degree of L.L.n. conferred upon hun
by McOill university late today,
Cuba Has a Celebration.
Havana. Peb, 24.���Cubans today celebrated the twelfth anniversary of tlie
declaration and commencement of tlie
revolution which, with the Intervention of the United States, culminated
in the freedom of the Island from
Spanish rule. The day was observi I
as a public holiday In Havana. Mags
were generously displayed and Interesting exercises held under the auspices of  various  societies.
Bowling Tourney at Toronto.
Toronto, Ont., Feb. 24.���Crack bowlers from many parts of Canada and
the United States are gathered in this
city to take part in the second annual
tournament of the.Canadian Bowling
association. Play in tbe tournament
began today and will continue throng.
the entire week. The tournament is
a much larger and more representative affair than that, of last year. The
contests will be rolled on fourteen
new alleys constructed especially for
the occasion. The competition for
honors among the five-men teams
promises to be particularly keen.
LORD ROBERTS WRITES
AUTOBIOGRAPHY
London, Feb. 24.���Lord Roberts is
utilizing his spare time in the collection  of   material   for  another   vol-
Birthday of  Famous  Canadian.
Quebec. Feb.  24,--Slr .lames M.  Le
Moine,     the   famous    historian .   was
eighty-fOUr  years  old   today,    ii,,  ,,),.
served the anniversary very quietly at
ume of autobiographical nature, ile-j ^'s home, Spencer Grange, where he
signed to be a companion to his ac- received the congratulations 0f nu-
"i .mt of his forty years in India. merous friends.
The book, of course, will include | Sir James Le Moine was born in
the period of the South African war, Quebec, Peb. n-l, is_r., and has his.-.-.i
and if -Hobs'' publishes in cold print the greater pan of his life here. He
wmie comments on cert&ln generals is a past president ���f the Roya] So-
who figured in that campaign, which cle'ty of Canada and was .nlghted by
hr does not hesitate to express In j Queen Victoria in 1JJ97 ln^rtcognition
private, he will cause no en I of sens.i-j or the  distinguished   literary  service
$600.00 CASH
will buy a nice new 6-room House, close to
Columbia street car. Splendid view of Fraser river. Enquire for price and other particulars.
N. B.-We have two houses for rent.
F. J. HART U CO.
tion.
j h   bad rendered to Canada.
I.
New Westminster.
LIMITED
ChUHwack.
Van
NEW SPRING
STOCK
OF
"REYNIER
Kid Gloves
��
^HO MIX, PA.IS, .
Trial Trip of South Dakota.
Washington,   D,  C,    E*eb,   24.���'Ihr
Navy department  has fixed  upon to-
.:���'��� row    as   the  date  for  the  initial.
trial trip of the new armored cruiser
Smith Dakota, sister ship of the Cal
foruia and  the other armored   cruisers now on the Pacific coast.     The|
South Dakota will be taken from the
Mare Island navy  yard  to  the  Santa
Barabara  channel  for the trial..    By
the  time  I'n.ii   Admiral   Evans'   battle-,
snip fleet arrives at San Francisco    I
is  expected    that the  South   Dal.
will    e In commission and ���will inaV'
the eighth vessel of her class on the
coast.
The standard oi  perfection In women's-kid a    .
sold by us but what is fullj  guaranteed.   We are   i \\
Westmlns er for tl      -��� is make of glovi s an .
of our glove de ��� ���������  ng '>:���   I ap.   an I bou
of our selling only the best,
We announce the New
Spring Stock
SEE   OUR   SMALL   SHOW   WINDOWS
Fancy Work Exhibit This Week
Only
���lusr this week in which to take advanl ge of thr    ]������ lesson!
under the direct!          Miss Cock iurn.    The  grand d^- i '������
cushions is sti;: on view in the parlor ������:  thr   Hotel  Russell ��   "
the hours of 10 and i- a.m. and 2 and t p.m.
I
Mansfield Art Collection on Sale.
New York. Feb. 24.���The an objects
collected by the late Richard Mansfield, the actor, were placed on ex*
hibition at the American Art Galleries today, preparatory to being dis
jiosed of at auction next week. The
collection includes valuable portraits
and paintings by Hogarth. Romney,
Sir Thomas Lawrence, Gainsborough
Sir Godfrey Kneller, Inness, and othei
famous   artists.
W.S.ColUster&Cfl
THE STORE FOR HOUSEFURNISHINGS
r
SPRING
REEFER COATS
I
Either for small boys or girls.
Made in cardinal, shepherd checks,
light homespun and navy blue.
With coat of arms and chevrons on
arms.
Lighter than our Fall and Winter
Reefers.
Just the thing for Spring wear.
I Prices, $4.50 to $6.00 the Coat |
couver.
THE
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