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 OLl'ME 2, NUMBER 3J
NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY (5, 1907,
10 CENTS PER WEEK
OTEST AGAINST
EIGHT HOUR BILL
SENT TO SENA TE
Ific Coast Company Orders Chief   Engineer   to   Influ-
jence Committee Against Restricting Labor Hours
In   Mines���Would   Increase  Cost of
Commodities.
VETERAN CELEBRATES        DANGEROUS PERVERT
DIAMOND WEDDING IS DECLARED INSANE
Mr.    and     Mrs.    McMillan     Entertain    Lunacy   Commission   Announces   That
Friends  in   Victoria   Today���Resi Susnected  Murderer  of  Elsie
ded   Here  for   Years. Millhuf  Is  Irresponsible.
JAPAN DISAVOWS
WAR INCLINATION
WITH UNCLE SAM
sv
,,,(.,,     Feb.     5.    Pacific    Con.:
,;,,   officials   made   a   prole.-!   be
���  committee on mines and
i   night againsi the passage
. g( nate  bill  limiting the hours
uinen  to elghl  houi
Engineer   .lames   Andei
.   committee   bluntly  thai
laj -  worlt is reduced and    h
.  i    the    consumers    will
to pay the increased cosl and be-
},        ���  e hi  and  Sale. Agent C.
mston   the   companj   explained
Iji iH now enforcing an eight-hour
but that to give the miners ihis
ii is necessary to send certain
,(,., - into the mines earlier and
Ithem there later,    They explain-
eighl  hour.-- for all r-
of  Ibilil y.     Pacific 0._
���>
any  n outs   us  a   rule, a s
���/
.   ������...   and   at   liberty
Lme  i!  occasion  demanut
vie
coin
li   con
work
Victoria, Peb, 5. -On Wednesday,
��� E. McMillan, ex-sheriff, and Mrs.
McMillan will celebrate their diamond
1 ling. They will be al home from
��� ; in ii al their residence on Cormorant street. No presents will be r
(i Ived. Mr. McMillan has two chili
rni. Mrs. M. II. Walkins aud Ft. II.
McMillan, seven grandchildren and
i wo greal grandchildren,
Mi. McMillan is a Canadian,having
1 i i.  born on Julj   25th,   IS2D, al   Nl
K   : ei, 5.���Louis Hameter, m   Replying to Cabled Inquiry, Government Expresses Belief
That All   Differences Are Susceptible of  Pacific
Treatment���Consul-General In Canada
Is Optimistic.
Seal
suspei ted murderer of Elsie Millhuf,
the little Ronton girl, the killing ef
whom caused so much excitement I: si
May, was declared to be insane bj n
lunacy commission called by Superior
Judge  Snell  in  Tacoma  (his moir,.'n_.
Hemeter  was at one   time   In   t.ie
King County jail because of his claim
that   he   Knew   something   about    he
mur'
Ma\
1   n pia,   Feh.   ���". ���Speaking   before
In   commil tee on labor and labor sta-
.   i-   lasl   night, George H. Walker,
attorney  for  Seattle  latindrymen,  de
i: ���. :   lhat   II   the   bill   limiting  the
hours ol employment of female laboi
to  ci _���;-,:   is  parsed   at   this   session  the
Seattle laundrymen would be compel
put in Japanese labor.
Aiice Lord, who is representing the
Interei ti ��� the Seattle onions affected by the bill, Insisted strongly that
ai.   eight-hour   measure is necessary.
-ii  _ake Ontario.     His   father   warrant holding him.
ifflcer of Uu- 89th  Regiment,      Since being in jail in Tacoma, He
and ai ihe Battle  of    Lundy's    Lane,   meti        finger   prims  were   taken   bj
Depui Sheriff Maxej of K itas coun
ty ; nd compared with I hi Imprints
ol  ��� lood\   Bngers found on a garmenl
in IS12, lie was the onlj officer In hi
to survive tlie battle. Sheriff
McMillan did not folow in the footsie] - ol iiis father and become a sol-
Being ol the opinion thai Lhe
. en �� i- mighili r than the sword, li i,
after leaving school, became a printer,
and from the printing office drifted Into journalism. He published the first
paper issue.| al Call, Ontario, and
from 1852 to 1859 he published the
Bowmanville Messenger. He was mar-
Chicago, Feb, 5.   A dispatch to The
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       rilnine   from   Washing'.>n   sa\s   ihai
of Elsie Millhuf at Ronton on   In   i   pons? to a cable from The Trl-
��� There   was   ""  evidence  to     . ..   .,,   Marqule  Saionji, minister ol
. ���  a affairs ai Tokyo, the Japanei
gi vi   araent  yesterday cai led th.   em
bass)   hen   to convey   to  the  Amerl
.an people Its disavowal ol a I inclination!   lo war with the United Statet
r< liel   was   also  expressed   thai   dll
forences   between   the   two countries
are and always have been Bueceptlble
rn pacific  treatment.
Japan," salil Tatz Qore Nosse, Japan-
.s. consul-general to Canada, yesterday, after reading the press despatch
es Bugegsting the possibilitj of feu b a
contingency  over  the  San  Ft i
school question.
worn _j the Millhuf girl. Thesi
[irints have been declared Identical
The phj siciam   who examined  I ieme
ni declare lie is a pervert ami danger
ous.
Ottawa, Feb. 5.���"There will be no
war. I would wager my whole fortune, if I had one. that there will be
none between the  United States an I
IVY GALE WORKS
HAVOC AMONG SHIPS
at Seattle  Paralyses Traffic
jlailv/sy Lines���Three Vessels
Break   Away.
brother  George died,  leaving   Walter
'"������ charge ol the mother and sisters.
The deceased lias followed his father's trade and has turned out a number   oi   the  finest   tugs   in   operation
ai min i   the  coast.     lie  linili   the Sea
Lam.   th.-   Peerless,   the   Native,  the
Clive   and   Ihe   Iris,   and   others,   and
: ">d sized tug, about half completed  is  now   on the ways  near  tho  dry
dock.     About   two  years  ago the  decease 1   purchased ihe dry  dock  loca-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ted   a   little   below   the   Fraser   River
orning, great damage has been   Lumber   company's   plant,   from   Me.--
ll   shi     Ing and to the water-   >:s. Cross  Bros_ and  being an expert
les ol   la- railroads an 1 el-   a!ong  the  line  of repairing and  outline     Three vessels have bro-   fitting   vessels  has  had  the dry dock
ran      ei:    mooring-,  a   host   of    full  ever Btace he started  up in  busier;! ft   belonging   to   lh?   aess.
r mosquito fleet has suffered a_<5 ���     The dec-eased leaves his mother and
logs   that   broke   up    md    three   Sisters to  cherish   his   memory.
id ashore at the Oriental termi_- i Miss Emerson  is still  at  home.  Mrs.
- made the Seattle Eflectric and ] Fre.roa*   Eddy resides  in   this  city,
���tie, Feb.
from tl
-With a heavj gale
west sint*' 4 o'clock
Chester Is Danoerous.
Tacoma,   Feb.   5.���Prosecuting    At-
    orne,    KeniKili   Maiiniosh,   ol'   King
on February 6th, 1847, to Miss County, ai 2 o'clock this afternoon fil-
Louisa Hore, a daughter of Mr. Jacob ed an Information charging Chester
Hi '. ol bshawa. In 1850 Mr, and Thompson, acquitted Saturday on the
Mrs, McMillan came to this city, and grounds of insanity, of the murder of ., ,
in 1860 Mr.McMillan became assistant Judge George Meade Emory, of Seat-
editor of the Colonist. He occupied tie. with being a dangerous person,
a chair in that office for but a few The resuH of his action will probably
months, and then removed to New be thai Superior Judge Snell will ord-
v��'es__inster,where he took charge of  er a hearing to determine whether or
the Columbia ^	
umbian    for    aboul    three   years, and   such   proves to   Be   the case,  Chester n   ;i]1 wejj i.nown residents of this
then  retur 1 to ihis    city,    and    in   Thompson   will   be  sent   to  the  pent-     ,. T)|c,   chi]_ren   are   Alexander,
Smallpox Among Indians.
London, Ont. Peb. 5. An oul I reak
. ��� ��� mallpox in the Muncey Indian reserve is causing the health officials
considerable alarm, and It is feared
a general outbreak is imminent. Three
new cases were discovered today. The
disease was brought from Oil Springs
bj a squaw, who was in contact with
hundreds  before   being detected.
SEVEN LIVES LOST
^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^_ John   and   Chrislena   Morrison,     who
He managed the Col-   no; the charge is well founded, and if   BUrvives -nim   together with nine chil-
v.as   very  largely  attended,  testify'.r
to the high esteem in which the deceased was held.    The late Mr. Arch- iii    Tltilli    UlULTIf
lbald was born at Paisley, Terreboni 111     1 IfAIlM    Witt .11
County,   Province  of  Quebec, in   the	
year 1st:!, his parents having originally come from Scotland, in 1864, he
was  married  to  Marion,  daughter  of
Coal   Cars  Leave  the Track   In   Iowa
���Fuel Covers Victims and Fire
Breaks Out.
ind Mrs.  Hyde in Dewdney.
The date of the funeral has lira  yet
et ri Sedfli l upon.
i N irthern    Pacific   lines   at   that
useless,
Pstern   Washington     cities    may
iin the next twenty-four hours be .	
irithin  the  grip  of  disastrous The Rev0|utjon in rues;_.
Early   this  morning a  warm      Tnls is a WOnderful electric Panor-
ng  up, sending the thermo-   .,,,,, whicn wiI1 be .��� ,]���. 0,���,,,,, HoU8e
to 19 degrees at 10 o'clock, nnd   CJ1  Friday, showing stirring scenes of
trustworthy   information   .if   llu    .evoiuiion,  tbe  vans  in   Moscow,
mh i of a Chinook wind which   Warsaw,   St.  Petersburg  and   Odessa
is floods when the warmth strikes   T,,r M., ;1,,. .,,.,, pu1 on in sucn slM]���.
now covered foothills.
-	
company wiih Hon. I). VV. Higgins
started the Chronicle. Ultimately,
however, he purchased a half interest
In the Columbian, and until thai establishment was burned down he had
his residence in New Westminster.
After the lire he again returned to
Victoria and established the Daily j
N.-ws. in lssi he was appointed to
the position he now holds. Thus.
Mr. McMillan, it will be steen, was in-
innately connected with the establishment of many pioneer papers of
this province.
teniiarj foi life.
Valentine  Social.
The   minstrel   troupe   which  makes
i:.- Initial  ippearance a1 the Valentine
the
Des Moines, Feb. "..���Seven miners
were killed and twelve or more injured in a wreck of a coal train on the
Chicago & Northwestern Railroad
near the corporation limits of Des
Moines  yesterday evening.
The accident was due to a car in
the middle of the train leaving the
track and ditching the cars behind ii.
The train had on board about  thirty
Death  cf W.  E.  Emerson.
��� -     E.   Emerson   die I    al    his
��� .   Eighth   street   at   8  .'dock
irenoon, after a  shorl  but
in   Illness.     He contracted  a  se
ild   and   la   grippe  about   1 lire*
: ���   .   which   eventually   led   to
complications   and  to  his   ulti-
di cea a-.     For some days prior
death. Mr,  Emerson was para-
id.     Dr.   Ernest   Hall, of VTi toria,
;��� li .-j, hed  for and invited  lo   i
Ion   with   the   local   physic-
but arrived too late to be   ii anj
��� li ci ase 1   was  well  and   favor-
.'. ii   around   towu,      11<    '-( ���'������'
I eloved by his many friends and
l by all who knew him.
��� ars of age, and a man of
ar    life  and    character.       He
treasurer  of  the   Ollvel   Itaptist
n !  was a faithful ntte_d_nl
Jilt sei. ii-.-s of ihe church.
���,i    , onnected   with   the odd
an i   has   passed   through   till
hairs in the gift of the lodge, H ���
Iho i member of the Royal Tem
of  Temperance   and  the  Inde-
inl Ot tier of Foresters.
was   i om  in   Oromocto,   N.B.,
c his father followed the avoca
|t- i I   ihip  builder and   with  whom
Ited  during his boyhood daj ;.
out  twenty  years ago, the  family
��� 1 to the coast and located in this
: i  give  one  a   very  comprehensive
Idea of the Terrorist uprisings, The
films are the first complete one.- qf
the troubled condition of the- country
and, as the admission all over th��
house is only 25 cent.-, thesi pictures
are well worth going to sei
Get Their Money Back.
Fl Paso, Tex.. Feb. 5.���Forced to re
nnn ihe receipts, estimated   at    over
S    I, to pay a line of $100 arid to BUr-
I'e-nder his post, ,js the penalty Felix
flobert, manager of the Juarez Plaza
del Tores, paid for failure to carry
out  the program he had advertised.
Neither the bulls nor ihe buffalo
bull which were matched agnlnsl a
matador would fight.   Over 7.no" peo
pie had  g i here I  to witness the bOVtl I
in tween Die buffalo and matador,
Germany wants Pointers.
Uerlin, Feb. ti.���instructions have
been senl to the Herman Embassy in
Liondon to prepare at once an-exhaus-
11 vi report upon the wars which Eng-
land   has   l.i-eu   engaged   in   with   tiie
bribes  in  Africa during the  past   Len
>.���,i;s or so, making a  starl with  the
\ ital ele r< lieJHon of 1-896-9?..
Special attention has been orde i
be paid to the treatment of native
prisoners, ihe method of dealing with
the women and children of the tribes,
and the sit (sequent steps for the pacification of the districts affected. This
report   is  to  be   prepared   as quickly
.s   possihlo,  and is Intended   for  the
Em] eror'a own perusal
Tho erai Rssy propose to apply lo
the Foreign an. Colonial Office for
assistance in the compilation of this
report,
Jchn,    William     and     Donald,    Mrs.
D,     J.     Stewart,     Mrs.     Ed     V alms-
ley   and    Helen.   Maggie    aid    Bella
Pi dome. The late Mr, Archibald
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ has been I resident of this city since
social which is being engineered by 1889| am, was loV0(1 liml respected by
;he la lies of the Hospital Auxiliary, is ; aH those xvitri whom he came in c,-n.
practising hard and according to re- tBct| beinK a Imn who always had a
ports will he one of ihe funniest kin(, wor,, ,-,���. everybody, oven
things  of Its  kind  ever  seen in  this    |ttUe   ^p.,-,   ,���.   mlgW    nl(.t>1    ,m
:it>      Th.  metahers aw making B_t_)    Btree1   Wonld   not   escape   his   notice, >nt   coal  cars and seveval passengers
satisfactory progress that they'are be-   i,,���  wou^ receive a kind word or a' were  In  the caboose,
coming quite proud of themselves and   smile as he passed by.    A man that   were  all  hurled under the wreckage
are talking of handing  together and j practiced the advice in thai good old   and the c
practising  sill   further   tor the   pur-   motto> -u��� ���nt0 others as ye
-    of  bursting    like   a    meteoric   tha1   ,1)0V   BhouW  ,,0  nnt0  you
showei    upon   the   astonished   public,   ,,,������,  (.iUz(,n;   B  !<in,i  husband  and  a
at a not very aietanl date.    The mem-   lovlng father( he xvjll h(, s;l,nv missed
hers say   that  1hey are  an   unusually   , v 1hoS(l wlu, knew him best.
clever  hunch   and   even  make   them-   A lnnn ,-,,������ ,,,��� ,������. mlds, haa ���,������.,
selves laugh so much that  a number      A volce we lovBd is stilled;
..', th.m are having to visil theli tai-   A ,,,.,,,,, ,g v;1(.an, in 0ur hearts
the ; lv.iners, scattered in groups on di'.fer-
tl passengers
The   victims
^^^^^^^^ the  I reck I ge
oat, which later caught fire,
would : made the rescue work difficult.    II is
A : feared that when the wreckage is fully   cleared   away   other   victims   may
be  found.
Tin
Chebalis Test Case.
est Chehalls suit of Bryce vs.
lors for the purpose ol  b ving a am i
lei  -������"...
Louis W. Moreas, the young man
v.ho was arrested in Vancouver on
Monday, wis charged yesterdaj morn-
ii g before the p.die rnaglsti ate �� It a
hi . Ing aiad. a false declaral Ion while
epi lying for :i marriage license in
. cl ) mi Nov. 1, L906, by Btating
ihai   Miss    Maude    Eliza n lh    Hen.-.in.
  an I    the  young lady  he   wished   lo marry,
i In itj Lewis of Philadelphia today was eighteen years of age. The oom-
signed articles of agreemenl for a paint was made by the bride's par
!mi.sh lighi for the lightweight chaie enl . and after listening to the evi
fl al for 15 000 a side and ihe bigge lence Captain Pittendrigh, S.M., ord-
I tise offered. The men are to fighl ���-��� I the accused to be sent up for
i'i 133 pounds ringside, each of tbe trial. VV, J. Whiteside appeared ;"!
nan postlni   $1,000 to bind the matphJthe   defendant
L.   O.   L.   Meeting.
The   annual   meeting   of   the   New
Westminster  County    Orange   Lodge
No.   ..   was   held   lasl  evening  in  the
local Orange Hall, a large number of
members   Icing   preseni.     Several   vi-
Ing brethren also put in an appear-
i .   representatives being  in attendance from unost of the lodges within
easj  disiai.ee. a considerable amount
ol  lodge business was transacted, in
eluding the election of officers for the
currenl  year.     After iho   routine  af-
fi ins of i he lodge had  I eeh  com lud
��� ti the members and visitors indulged
In ;. Boclal time, and spent a pleasant
evening    together.      The    gatherini
��� oke   ),���   Jioiily  before tftidhight.
Joe   Gans  to   Fight.
Philadelphia, Feb, 5.- Joe Can
Banker Proves  Innocence.
Toronto.  Ont.,   Feb. 5.-0.     R.    It
Cockburn,   former  president    of    the
wrecked Ontario hank, was acquitted
In the poiiei
and A. W. V, Innes
i i Vancouver represented lhe plain
tiff,
Uniformed Japanese  in  Hawaii.
��    Honolulu, Feb.
couri  of the charge of j anese   Immlgranl
English   Colliers   Arrive.
Fifty stalwart North ol England i   '
llei a  have an Ived at   t te < oa I   I
Kniil.md to go to   work  In   Nanalmo.
Thirty   I wo   arrived   yes ler la    m
.. n 1 sei era! of t hem paid a visit
lo 'his city during the afternoon, 'I h ���
other eighteen will at Ive on Satut I i
Onlj half a dozen or Bo are mai ri< d.
I e will bring oul their famlll
later, after they have become settled.
Th" men had a rather te_ioUS and ar
���Inous trip across the prairies, but are
pleased   with   the   weather  conditions
will
M
irrlved   today   on
About   six years ago the father j making   false   returns   lo   lhe   govern- | :he steamship Si 1a.     Many of th un
oil   three  years  later his  only   ment	
Six hundred Jap-1 obtaining  In  Vancouver.     The.-.
ro ovei to Nanalmo to morrow,
nil  ol   the  soldi.ts
Ordered Man's Widow
Is Accused of Crime
i v ore the full  uniform  ...   -..-a _.._.-.~,
i    lapan and two captains in addition .
[ to   the uniform  of  their   rank,   wore
I their war medals,
.'.   Feeney,  who   underwent   a   sui
gical operation at St, Mary's hospital
a fow days ago, is reported lo be progressing favorably.
!;''-  Fi ��� .  .'.���So  strong are   the
Ini   circumstances a: tending
lll;''!i of John Jackson    againsi
���   on, the dead man's widow,
!  within a few    days    a    formal
be made against her.   The
now in the city jail de-
'   did not stab her bus-
Secures  a  Site.
( algary,   Feb.   5.-   W.   B.   Sherman.
 agar Of the  Lytic Theatre, has se-
r;|I.,.,l ainety fee: on the north si le
ol Ninth avenue, Calgary. Upon this
property he proposes to put Up another big theatre.
band and that she did noi have a quarrel with him. She says ho was pois-
,.:.,. i    >.isi   IT;:!.:,    morning   when   ���	
'���"���������'���' awa>   in"M !!u' ''"'"" '" KOt m��re|     Redmond  Reelected  Irish  Leader,
liquor   with   which   the   couple   could        , ,;l()]in.   Feb.   .-..--The    I.i h   I'ariia
-ontinue their drunken debauch In a>| menfory party yesierday unanluaoii-Iy
,,   ,j the Nicolas lodging house on   reelected John Redmond chairman of
lie ir  Pike street. B^
The  Late   William  Archibald.
The funeral of the    late   William
\rchlbald took- place on Sunday from
...   family residence corner Sixth av-
< nue  and  Sixth street, to the Oddfel
(VB  cemetery,   the   Rev.   Or.  Taylor,
p.sior    of    the    West    Presbyterian
: hurch, assisted by the Rev, Mr, Rug) .
officiating.    The  pall   bearers    were
Archie Morrison,  Joseph  Morrow an I
j Robert   Henderson, nephew of deceased, and Joseph Jaggers, Andrew Ram-
the C. P. R. will commence in Vancouver today. V
This conies from the Victoria ag mts
i f local counsel in the case, although
the two assessors have been selected
bj   His Lordship
The case promises to be htettfxlc
both In the length and the virility witlv
which it will be fought. There Is a
Kgiment of counsel and an army of
witness "ii each side. The hearing
of the case Is expected to last two
v.eeks al least. For the plaintiffs���
this being the test action for the
eight cases for damages for ihe loss
of relatives In the chebalis disaster���
will appear Mr. W. J. Bowser. K.C.,
Mr. Joseph Marti!'. K.C.. Mr. Peters,
and several assisting solicitors, -while
for the c, P, It. will appear Mr, t;l. P.
Davis, K.C., Mr. E. V. Bodwell, K.C.,
Mr. E. J. McMullen, and assisting solicitors   *
Paying   Guests.
Qulchon-  F.    \.   Bingham,  Van   lu
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v.-r:  W. I   Page. Viet..ri:':        I S'---.v-
. Vani ��� iver;  S, F. Jackett, '���       i
' '   > Shovelling Snow. ,.,.   A   M   Warn .   M   r   KaV( .,   qjj.
Ne.,.,- Y"   . Feb        For more than lespie, Vancoui
. urs n���������..  Vorkiias beei Windsor   it. Jar   son,  Mlst-on;    '���.
In the .rip ol a fierce northeast sn-.w w, shorts, forkton, Sask.; Mrs. J. S.
sl  nn.     'Hn   Ii       - "i   snow  fell   In Johnston,   Vancouver;   J.  J.   Wilson,
twenl   rout   1'otii    ending al 8 a. m Hanamon.; Horace carter, Haney; N.
uiiutilliig Ihe  ounl  within any Blm c,   Perkins,  Puyallup.   Wash.;   ( .   P,
Ilai period ! r   everal years. Through Watts, Seattle, Waah.; J. McQuergin,
trains an I * iburban locals on nea.'', Stratford, Ont,
all lite n Ir --'s wee ".realty delnj ttt. Colonial���J. L. thisholn. B, S.  Mad
Harbor     ��"�����    moved    ������ lowly.       A.n dell,  L. C.  Henderson, J. Baxter, Van-
ani'i i'mi'w ?.' i vli ers, estimated at couver;   T.  B.   Husband,  Ladner;   If.
r.."' -i   i= hi   ��� nrk on the iitreeta, H. Roberts and wife, Vancouver.
Lady Preacher Pleases
New York Congregation
That never can be filled.
The following sent floral tokens of
Sympathy and to these kind friends
ihe widow and family wish to extend '
their heartfelt 'hanks: Mr. and Mrs.
Robt, IL n he son, wreath; R. C. Mills,
wreath; R, J. Rickman, cross; Air. and
Mrs. It. Gregory, wreath; car shop employees, anchor: R. C. P. mills, cross;
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Walmsley, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Cook, spray; Mary
and Florence Walmsley. cross. Mr.
and Mrs. Davey, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
D. Adams, spray: Mr. and Mrs. R,
Wilson, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. ,|. croli.
wreath; emploj'ees of W. E, Vanstone,
pillow: Mr and Mrs W, C, Chamlr'i-
lin, spray; Mayor and Mrs Keary,
wreath: Mis. and Miss Whynian.
spray;   Mr,  and    Mrs,    S.    Gregory,
pi a   ;   Mr. and Mrs. McHroom. spi B
Mr,  and   Mrs   Geo,  Newman,  spray;
M ���    and   Mi-    L,   Ri a I.  an; he-;   Miss
la   ' :"  Sti phen,    Vancouver,    spn; :
Mi. and Mi i, J   Bevere Ige, spray.
th    pai
New York, Feb. 6.���The congregation of the Methodist church at Neth-
eiwood, N.Y., is having the wife of
IU minister, Rev. Elmer Lakin, act
as bis substitute, Mr. Lakin became
111 with appendicitis three weeks-go,
'.i:e   the  Sunday   morning  Bervice,
pleached. After the services she was
assured by the pleased parish toners
that it would not be necessary ti obtain a supply for the church during
Rev. Mr. Lakin's illness, as she had
proved herself so capable. She has
continued preaching every Sunday,
and  intends  to  do so until  her hus-
j
:!il
H
1
.. .tu i George Newman.   The funeral i rn
I.akin hel l the services and | hand recovers. g "-^>a>"
UfB DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY. FE
B.fi
ii_!
REALTY VALU
And there are opportunities just now that may never return���regrets after the fact will be in
vain. Reach out for a piece of mother earth before prices soar too high. It is impossible to find
safer or sounder investments than we can show you.
TWO CORNERS
BOTH   CHEAP
$1800 THIRD AVENUE WEST
Corner 66x132 feet, improved, with   well-bulll   cottage of    si>
rooms,  that   Is   In   lirsl-elas.s   shape.     Stable   at    I be   rear.     This   ;-
nol  all cash.
$3000 QUEEN'S AVENUE WEST
No. 502���-Corner    132x132,  Improved   with   two storey   hou
large amount of fruit; splendid view ami a nice home.
A FEW HOMES
Select one, then come to us.    If you cannot find anything- to suit, come anyway.
$2500 $1500
No. 1028���Regina St.. near
Second, well buill two-storey
house facing south on lot 66x
132 feel; 7 rooms, modern;
rents for $1," per month. Terms
can he arranged.
Easy tonus. Nice oottage in
the East End close to car line
and Columbia sti eet; six rooms,
modern; full lot and some trees.
Eighth Street Acre Has It All
Fcr permanent,  unobstructible view of the River,
Mountains anil Delta.
UNEXCELLED!
We  believe,   unmatchable,   at   the   price  of    $5,000.
Two splendid houses of 7 rooms each, modern, and rented
for a good figure,    Room for four more houses.
On easy terms, too. See us, then see the property. Vou
will do the rest.
$1500
No. till'.���For the working
man, a nice little home iu the
East End; two-storey, .". rooms;
nice hit; some fruit ; on Second
street near Third Ave, and the
c ir line,   Terms.
$2000
No. 506- On SI sth Hi., within easy distance of the business
port! m; seven rooms, hath an i
electric light. This i- ' sl >w
'i air I   Ave.
$4000
No. 52S���Two full lots on
Sixth street; modern house of
i lghl rooms with stable In rear:
convenient   to town;   going for
$4,000.     A  snap.
$2100
No. .".ill���Two cottages, each
rented for $10 per month; each
contains 5 room- and is on a
fi ir sized lot: ihis pays goo i
': Bgure it oul for yourself,
51,125    .-ash.    balance      in
nonthly payments of $25; large
nn -..ore;.   . ou e    on    Seventh
U-eel on i orner lot, with i hick-
en house and run at roar.   This
|        ...     ;-    .        Ave. and Op
.. ��� il,
$1500
A daint. litl le ( ol tage i n ���
���ii i treet, . entrally locate I,
close to town:  Hvo I < ��� mi .
tr;     and    .- h ��� ;;      ������. eral    I ui
Ti
.' i;on:e in and m further particulars about |
|j these pro ertles and others, Ni [rouble to j
11 answer Questions. j
READ  ABOUT
THIS
FOURTH   STREET
$2,100���Between Queens and Third Wenues, Nice cottage, 5
rooms, modern ami Kept in good condition. Larue amount of
Ji-iiii and a splendid lot in ties!-class shape. This property
is well located ln a vicinity where advance is steady and permanent.    Easy terms if necessary.
HOMES
of every description, in any part of the city,
ranging in price from $400.00 to $1(3,000.00.
ln every case we can arrange very reasonable
terms, which brings a home within the reach
of ever ^amily man. Come in and inspect
our list, which is one of the largest in the
city.
LOTS and
Acreage Blocks.
Claim a fair share of our attention and on the adjoining columns
you can read of some of the cheapest buys in town. . Investors
and   speculators will  do well to look these up.
We Draw U
All kinds of Papers and Documents at a reasonable charge, and
will examine Titles and put everything in order so that you will
not be held up when you want to register.
���i
t
HOW ABOUT that piece of property you j
are going to sell?   Let us know the ! I
particulars and we will find a buyer,    j
We want mor. small houses to sell.   Figure
{ out what  price you  want and then let us i
J know.
i
-4
1034.
DOUBLE   Corner
First Street
$-375.00   Regina   Street,   between Fifth and Sixth   Vvenn
132x132   feet.     This faces*   Queen'*   Park   and  Is   a
home site,    Unimproved, but Is good soil and has
age,     This properly can  be divided Into two lol    G6xl32 feci
Single cornei' lots  one block  below this are selling at  $71111
each.    How do those prices cum,.are':     Look  this  up I
diately,
FIGURED  ANY  WAY
These  Are   GOOD   Investments.
Vacant Lots:
$275
Xo. I 121. It's a corner with
a -pie;, ii i view; unimproved,
bui In a good locality ..n Fifth
A .'���" ie Terms, $125.00 down,
balance 3 aad 6 months,
$250
No. 1021.���A full Lot on Kit'th
Avenue; uncleared. This is in
the Wesi _nd, and West End
propertj  is money. Easy terms,
$300
No 1027 - Regina Street,
near Se ������������;��� '; full Nol; good
home . ite.   i lei    articulars.
$300 each
NO.    1025.   - O.:     Fifth     Streel.
near Fifth Avenue. The.-,- | .:
are 50x150 each. Verj eas;
term
$300
No. 1029.- A full Lol on 1 , i
Streei for only $300. Thi.- is a
bargain.
$230
No,  1033.- -Subdivision ill   of
I.ois 2 and  it.    Sub,    III >ck    10,
Sixth      Avenue,      nea     Sec m
Street,
$400
No, 1035.���A good ct   ie ,
not (leared.   This will be wo
a good deal more very shortly.
Look It up.
$100 eacJi
No.  905.    West   I-:-: .  Lots  on
Seventh    .venue.     Six ai Sl"'1
���h.
$400
No. 715.    It's     i      o nei    ��� ���
' von i      clo ti
the car.    i   will nol    ist 1
w��   ^m*
$3500
: '   un i one half acre - on  s. a !  S
.   cleared;  not f       rora car 1   s.
$3200
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SDAY, FEB. 6, 1907.
THL DAILY NEWS
'rains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN LINE.
., N  W. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.35.
1  C.P.R.  MISSION BRANCH.
, jj. W. 8.30; ar. Seattle 15.50.
,ave Seattle 12.30;  ar. N. W. 1S.40.
,pH   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
u, x. W. S.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
|rlve x. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
M. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
v A W. 4-35 P-���-' ar- Seattle 10 p.m
I. in
v., W. & Y���VANCOUVER
N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
i v. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
q  N_ R���PORT GUICHON.
N. W. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
!.2'J P-ul-
Lv. (iuichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
..jf, p ui. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
_. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv, .New AVestminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
i���,l 8 a. m., and every half hour there-
[[ter til! U P. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminst.tr at
|a_e hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
DP RIVER.
From X- W. .Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Mii- (er���
From N.W. daily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m,
Add. trip. Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. 6 a.m.;
Mail Service
Close. Received,
eattle, via Stimas 7.t5a.m. CIO p.m.
japperton and Mill-
w
w
'm
=.
P��
FTH
&_��
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS
"Maple Leaf" Long Rubber Boots are doubly
strengthened at points where the wear is greatest,
und are made throughout of only the toughest
wearing material.
Insist on "Maple Leaf" brand rubbers for all
purposes���they fit every shape and style of men's,
women's and children's shoes.
Are warm, perfect fitting and lasting.
"Maple Leaf" brand rubbers please the dealer
because they satisfy his customer and increase
trade.
side. \e. 1   7.1.",
Vancouver,  No. 1. 7.45
l.N.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine  .Seattle. .  8.I.",
tan. _ Cen. Park.10.30
Victoria  10.30
East Burnaby .... 1.13
ladner, Steveston,
etc  1.30
!.P.R.east. Sapper-
on, Millside and
Coqultlam     3.00
'an. and B irnaby 3.30
'..Wit. Flyer    4.00
fimbcrl ind, Tues
and Friday .   . ..12.00
a in.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p m.
11.35 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
2.00p.m,
9.00 a.m.
1.15 p.m.
se*?
$fc*
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Vancouver, B.G'
'THE'
BRAND
TRADER MARM
REG.
ANOTHER NEW MILL
AT BURNABY LAKE
Timber to   Be   Cut   Into   Lumber   on
the Spot by the B. C
Mills.
Sole Agents for New Westminster f
W. E. SINCLAIR, The  Leading Shoe Store
The British Columbia Mills Timber
& Trading company, owners an operators of the Royal City mills here,
v,ill Immediately commence the erection of a mill at Burnaby Lake. This
mill will have a capacity of forty thou-
s. ml feel per day, and ii will be situated about a mile beyond Burnaby
station on the line of the V. w. a:- y.
railway. A sidetrack from this railway will be run Into the yard of the
Vancouver branch of the mill.
In the vicinity ot Burnaby Lake, alii ough the district was logged over
years ago, there is slill a large quantity or valuable standing Umber, suf-
li. ent, ii is stated, to nm the mill for
rour years, after which il will be moved ie some olii.-r site. Messrs.Mitchell _ Ferries, mill builders, will I uild
iIds mill. Work will be commi need
righi away and carried on with all
possible dispatch.
Tbe equipment or the mill will consist    Of   a   double    Pacific   Co; si    ,   |g
and resaw, electrically driven, power
being secured from tin.' Vanccuvi r
Power company to the amount of two
hundred and fifty horsepower. The
OUtpul of lhe mill will be used- in tbe
manufacture of  ready  made houses.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
in the Railway Belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age. to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(.) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon (arming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
S'K months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
\V. W, CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
in. 11.nO a.m. |
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
11.35 a.m.
6.00 p.m.
11.00 p.m.
m.     12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
S S. Leaves Van.
lAmur Feb. 7th
\   Inci      ' atrice  Feb. 1 Hit
]'���         Feb.  21sl
\   - e     Beatrh e  Feb. 28th
VAXCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
IS.S Princess Victoria leaves Vancou-
|rer, l p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily at l a.m.
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
I-1    ���   Vlcl iria daily except Monday
! VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS CITY  OF NANAIMO.
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Sundays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Victoria  al   11   p.m. on  1st,
:  11 'h each inpntb for Clayo-
;-      Vli toria   on    20th    for
Q i way points,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
N' w   Westminster  on   Mon
���'' Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursdaj
al  2   p.m, and  Saturdaj
��� '���������'���  additional trip on Monti ii tt, m
1 veston Monday. Tuesday,
' la-��� Thursday and Saturday at
'"���'��� Friday ut 6 a. m. additional
trl" Baturday 5 p. m.
U|1PLR  FRASER  RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Lcavcs New  Westminster, 8 a. m.
,""l;i   ��� Wednesdays and Fridays.
.,., eavea ' hWiwack 7 a. m. Tuesdav,
;.;|:';S,|''V   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
,'""'""'   between   Xew   Westminster
""���'��� Cbitilwack.
NORTHERN ES. C. ROUTE.
8. S. Tees
an/jg*!   ^nconver at   s   p.m.   2nd
S|..i(1,       "r ,,;i('1'  month,  calling nt
on A'   "  ':' Brsl tr'P !,n(1 VeUn Coola
depart,?11    ''^ Tlme on arrlval ;""1
Por re :':" approximate.
call n, '']':"r'''Mi"ns   and   Information
''i or nddre ,
ED. GOULET,
U:(,'tf, New Westminster.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.'
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for    COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.,
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with;
both   electricity   and   gas;   tbe   most;
brilliantly   illuminated   train    in    the
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining chair cars  (seats free),-
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   library and smoking cars.
Fur  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call  on   or   write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'.ci Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk Store
o (i o o o (i  o o o 0 o 0 O O O O 0 O 0  0 0 0 oooooooo
Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
.-������
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
ft ft!TIP
ft I-III
or the cwadian pacific RY.
=FiNEST  AN>'A,L__.j_TEST ���
ntWlri_EduE&  I
rB.obo I EMPRESS OP BRITAIN )H,600
��. Po_w I EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      lONt.
If you are Bending for friends from j
��� the   Old   Country,   buy   tickets now
' while  the  cheap   rates  are on. You
can get better   accommodation and
cheaper rate by applying to
ED. (JOULE..
C.P.R. Agent.
i
< Manufacturers 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.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
COUNTY  COURT.
Hon. \v. Norman Hole, conducted
county court yesterday and disposed
of the following docket:
Cunningham vs. McCallum. Daj to
be fixed.
Crean vs, Sun Life Assn. Co. Day
to :,.��� fixed.
Federal Life Assn. Co, vs. Tait. Day
to be fixed.
Schaake Machine Works vs. Hunting Lumber company. Day to be fixed.
Lees vs. Hungerford. Stands till
next  court.
Syverston, Tisholdt & Co. vs. Peacock.     Nexl  court.
Laklng vs. LaDuke. Day ;o be
fixed.
Schaake .Machine Works vs. Selkirk and Ainslie.     .Next court.
Codville, (leorgeson Co. Ltd, vs.
flaimsey.     Settled.
.McBride <_ Freeman vs Herring.
Stands.
Coulthard vs. DeBeck. Next court
by consent.
Judgment Summonses.
Macadam  vs. Malins.    Next  court.
Cunningham Hardware Co. vs.
Kami.     Next   court.
Parnell  vs. Salt,    .Next coun.
J. E. Hughes, vs. F. Hall, May
coun.
Bank of Montreal vs. Sait. Next
"our:.
Cunningham Hardware Co. vs. Gro
lean.     Next   Court.
Henderson   vs.   Robertson.  Settled.
Galhraith & Son vs. D. Martin. Nexl
couri.
Cordon  vs. Borge30m    Next  court.
Foster vs Morden,    Settled.
Carter  vs.  Haslani.    Settled.
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Moreys
POR
Tke Ark of the Covenant, lis Journeys and Rest ing Place, is to be the
subject in connection with the Lectures on the Tabernacle of Israel .his
week in the Ghj-pel hall, Sixth avenue
: nd Ninth street, every night at 8, ex-
i. pi Saturday.    All are Invited.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion"*r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service oo any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. .hey
own and operate their own sleeping
and (lining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of I
Uervico not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROVVE. General Agent.
j Cu Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot ��f uli Ave. Cor. HUli. Street
New WcsliuiiiMiir, I!. C.
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
IVfOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
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4*!f
<_'_
I Ele*
V mtcr-urban   Line.
C irs for Vancouver and way
gi itlOUS will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11 p
i,i. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a, in.    Hall hourly ears will
J       run   from   Central     Park     to
��� Vancouver only.
���
* City  Limits Line���Service from
t       6.15 a.m. to 11 p m.
J    20 Minute Service���.\n transfer.
Between 12 and 'I and !> and 7.
s*
___.
<_jy ttst
30   Minute    Service    during   re- y
main der ot day,   Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. J
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be- ���
< ween S a.m. and  11 p.m. _
Sapperton  Line.
15  Minute  Service  from  li..."  a
III.   to   !1    p.m.,   except   between *
1"  and   L\  and  6  and  7,  during *>
which hours the service will be p
half-hourly. ���
Sunday  Service   Halt-hourly i.e- *
tween '���.".;| a,m, and 11 p.m,
Germany   wants   Pointers.
'���' rlin, Feb. 6.���Instructions have
been son: to the German Embassy in
London I i prepare at once an oxhuus-  t���
t:ve repori upon the wars wbicb Eng- and the suosequent steps for the paci-
land has been engaged in with the flcatlon of the districts affected This
tribes In Africa during the pasl ten report is to be prepared as quickly
years .������ so. making a starl with the as posBdbto, and is Intended for tho
' :":" '������ rebellion of 1890-97. Emperor's own perusal.
:>";,; attention has been ord.t   l\    The embassy  propose  to apply   ,,
thl    l "'��� -   :" ": ���   M   i   lhe  Foreign and  Colonial  Office   for
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth ami Front
streets, New Westminster, B.C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
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not have to furnish the cement. No
Canadian, however, should object to :
that. It is the sand to mix with the :
cement that causes the trouble. Can-
tula has already provided a good many
square miles of fertile soil for that
purpose. It is fair, however, to add
that Mr. Bryce, addressing his entertainers in Manchester, was careful to
speak of the great and growing importance of Canada.
Columbia J    C.'iilliwack.
Grand   Forks.
Nanaimo	
Comox I Cariboo   (2.) Newcastle	
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Dewdney    Delta	
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WEDNESDAY.  FEB. 6,  1907.
SOME CONGRATULATIONS.
The Dailj   News is glad  to be able
i,.   congratulate   Messrs.   Oliver    and
Muii   .. and the alec ors who support-
THE  FIRST  MESSAGE.
How a Womrri Came to Send  It Ov��r
the Morse Telegraph Line.
In 1844, toward the close of the
session of congress, Professor Sanv
uel .Morse returned from Europe
iitnl found that though his hill for
the installation of the telegraph had
passed the house it still had to appear in the senate.
lie had reached the bottom of his
purse. There were only two days
of the session left, and the inventor
found tliat  there were over 140 hills
that had precedence over his.
Tin; lasl nighl of lhe session
Morse remained until n o'clock, and
New Westminster
Rossland
Revelstoke	
Vale	
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Richmond	
(May be
protested.)
Saanich	
Slocan	
Vancouver   (5.)..
Ymir	
Standing according to returns received:���Conservatives, 211:
Liberals, 13; Socialist. ;:. Richmond is still unsettled, and while
claimed by the Conservative candidate, may still go lo .Mr. Wean.
I Lib.)
ed ��� hem, upon the victory thej  have
achieved   against   verj   heavy     odds. ....,., .,,..
There are oilier reasons also for con- then, thoroughly disheartened hi
gratulatlon.. When Mr. Brewster was left without the slightesl hope tj.-o
nominated some months ago, we pre- thc bill would be passed, Thai
dieted his victory, but sine lhal time night he counted his money at the
his opponeni was made a cabinet min- hotel and found that after he had
Ister, and we are sincerely glad thai paid his lodging and secured his
Lhe right man won In spite of all ef- ticket to Now York he would hate
forts to defeat him. To John Jar- just To cents left. As he was leav-
dine, of Esquimalt, also, we tender 'ng the hotel in the morning he
congratulations, although, as a matter
Of personal feeling apart from poll-
tics, we regrel thai his victory Involved the defeat of C. E. Pooley.
Another cause (jf rejoicing !s that,
among the scalps at its belt, the Governmenl can counl none from this part
of the country, it w.m on the mainland, but one Liberal seat, Columbia;
imi the Liberals won on the mainland, three Conservative seals, and on
the  island,  two.
THE TARIFF  QUESTION.
There   are  signs   thai   the  age   of
was told thai a woman was waitin.
in the parlor to see him. She was
Miss Annie Rllsworth, daughter of
the commissioner of patents. She
had heen one of his warmest friends
in Washington, and when ho entered the room she rose, extended her
hand and said, "] come to congratulate you."
"For what?" asked Morse.
"On the passage of your bill,"
she replied.
"Surely you must he mistaken,"
said the inventor. "I waited in the
senate until 9 o'clock last night,
nnd   there  was  no  prospect of its
Th.  Poet :inii the Bennty.
One of the thirst houses in southern
England ia Ponhwr t Place, the birthplace of Sir Philip Sidney. Under the
trees of iis park Edmund Waller paid
his address..; to the haughty Lady
Dorothea, whom he celebrated as Sacb-
arlssa. But the heart of Lady Dorothea
Sidney--who was the most beautiful
woman of her time���was untouched by
Waller's amatory verses, and she rejected the poet In favor of the Earl of
Sunderland. Many years afterward the
countess met. Waller and. reminding
him sentimentally of the old days at
Penhurst, asked him when he would
again write verses about her. "When,
madam," said the poet rudely, "you are
as young and as handsome as you -were
Took  wir w ronjff I_o_ae.
On   one   of   the  southern   rallro.t '
there is a station building that Is .- "
monl.v known by travelers asthesm il
est railroad station InOAmarlca.    II
of this station that the story Is t ���'
that  nn  old  farmer was  expecting
chicken  bf.use to arrive (here, and  li
sent one of bis bands, a newcomer. *
fetch it.   Arriving there, the man ��:������
the bouse, loaded It on to his war;
and started for home.   On the way ]<
met a man in uniform with the wor '
"Station .\.ent" on bis cup.
"Say, bold mi. What hare you ;
on that wac-on?" be asked.
"My chicken house, of course." w
the reply.
"Chicken house be jiggered!" expl ���
id the official. "That's the station:"
Ladies' Home Journal
Banity in tariff matters is approach- being reached
li S.     Th,  Toronto  News   notes  one "Then f am the first one to tell
ol  'he symptoms thus, vou!" die cried.
' Th.' revision of the tariff is Blowly '   "Yes  if Jt ig'so "
but   ur, ly coming to the iron, among "Father waited until the adjourn-
the domestic problems of the United ment," the continued, "and'heard
S;-| es,     Il   is  nue that  the  opposi- it passed."
lion to tariff reform is mighty in or- Professor Morse was almost over-
ganlzation and In money,     it is true come.    "Annie," ho said, his voice
also thai the Republican party gener- choking   with   emotion,   "the   first
ally has shown no desire even io nm- message that is sent from Washing-
sider the  question,     rim   several of ton to Baltimore shall be sent from
the lea lers of ihe party have begun io vou."
And it was.
ai e.i'-: their minds in favor of ihe revision,    Presidonl Roosevelt has been
gtti r le 1  In bis references, but It  Is
wnder-tood   thai   the   movetmetil   for
reform has  hia * -..tit   encouragement.
Secretary 'J'-f,   m,.. Roosevelt's candi-
late  for  ��� ;,,,   presidential  election In
1    has avowed himself In favor of
"���' visil n.      And.    while    perhaps   not
a  dlrecl   move toward  the same end,
eel iration of Secretarj  Root for
a   double   tariff,   is   a   distiru I   i ff n
: i n nn ii..: a.ion of the preseni hard
:     fi   ��� tarifl restrii tions.    Sei
When the lino was
completed Miss Ellsworth sent the
first message. It read. "What hath
God wrought 1"
THE BLAST FURNACE
lu  Cleaning   One   II   l.i   N'e.casary   \ ��
l so  Dynamite.
The fuiieli.u of a blast furnace
the reduction of ores to metallic i.- .
The iron ore, like stone aud coke,
put iu at tiie l .p and the Iron and i I
are dra'.ml off fit the base. Tbe 1 ���
perature of Ihe interior of a blast ;
nace when In operation varies ace
WE make a specialty of School Shoes
and offer our customers the very best
money can  buy.
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stands   close   in  Mr,   Roosefelt,   in.  to circumstances,  bui  tb" tu ���' ���
., unliltelj thai he would make
��� h a pi onounci menl without
i ilting lln Pn ent. Tin igh
i .i aw n tariff Canadians are more or
li ss : imiliar with the minimum and
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iron when di iwn off Is about 1..00
;���!-.���". i'. Imli iting ;i much hi;
temperature ;;
To    n:;i: tund    -mii    terrific    In-
which   Is  mi ed 1 ,v   n   p  ���
blasl  of ulr which acts much lu  I
fame    i i un a 1 it cod draft
boiler, tho furnace is lined on the
Bide  ��ith tt   line grade of lire  I
thoroughly bu   u :.   This wi I! ���<
yimbustlli'e i inti 'lal Is nb ml fi  tr
thick,   oui    l<   .     tvli   b  Is   lhe
.1 ��� i<���'..-* <>!'        ���        i.. ah ��� ���
ter of   ul    h llilcl
Tho   lln!       of  it   fiirn ice   will   I
',".i i i\\    I .        ye        i .-������ irdlng I.i I'i
Lure   nf   : he        ! rl tl   i
furntu     belna       con     no     opci
lur       ���
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Vftoi ice l.i  "blown i
of Ir m v liii h mil    ilidll
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. ������ i  iary ' ��� ���
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get  tt owl    : ice    i tl
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As n nil       I trad   conditio
good ii bias I fin ce Is ne\ er fllh
FOR BOYS
Boys' Scotch grain
Boots, made with
heavy soles, riveted,
sizes 1 to 5 	
. .$1.75 and $2 a pair
Boys'heavy Blucher
cut, waterproof B ��� I
 $2.25 a pair
FOR GIRLS
Girls' best grain leather Boots, sizes 8 - 10 1-2
. .$1.25 and $1.50 a pair
Sizes 5 to 7 1-2	
 $1 and $1.25
Missf s' Boots, in box
calf and kid, made with
heavy soles, and waterproof.. .$1.75 & $2 pair
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| Thursday, Friday
j   and Saturday
3 DAYS ONLY
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
I TINTED CENTREPIECES |
1   AND CUSHION TOPS
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IA. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street |
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WE ARE USINC PURE CANADIAN MILK IN
)        Milk Chocolate,
ft W/l fl   ^   Croquettes, Wafers,
'V TT till  O   Cakes, Medallions,^.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
VOU CANNOT PROCURE 4 MORE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE THAN
THE HAMILTON. ,
Grade No. 940-21 Jewels, in 25-year Gold  Filled Ca   , $37.50
Grade   No.   1    IT      " "   32,50
Grade  [No. 2- IV      " " ��        - ��<        25.50
Grade    No. _���  17      " " "        - ��<        23.50
W.   C.   CHAMBERLIN,  The Jeweler
'Phone   105.
'Phone
TI-.E    CELEBRATED
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Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,      rot
' Gold Wa! hi    : i     :;i_.7r, up
nen's Silver   Watches,   i p< .i
56.00
. ii lemen'a Silver  Wat   i  . d
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Pc itiv�� ly the A si    orner on Colin I '
;':IA': '���     '' contains three large stori -;.
w l] lighted, ���; id numerous offi < 1   1   I
second  floor, giving a   ip] ndid  i com ���
'"���'" building has a fro    ige on Columbii
str( '! of 66 feet, an I the lot runs bai
1 ' Clarkson Str< et.
PRICE  $3S,000.     Reasonable terms.
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^wihINION trust co.i
TH05. R. PEARSON, Manager
p>       '     IVE   AGCIN rS
Columbia Street, next Bank cf Commes
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NESDAY.  FEB.  6, 1907.
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THE D__IL_T NE .VS
THE
CASH STORE
Positively the
Last Call
on the
Balance of
Our FURS
.elow is a partial list of a   few   of  the  bargains  in   Furs  - i bi
here.    I'  is nol the pollcj of this store to pack anything away
:, nexl  year.     Therefore, we use the axe and .-lash prices.
uctric Sea!  li'ifi'.-. extra long,  ind liberally trimmed with tails;
rice $7.25.    Last Call Prii    $3.50.
TRY
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For cm Sowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Florist, AIM.
The congregation of the Queen's
avenue Methodist church will hold a
re-union in the church parlors tomor-
i( w evening.
Both the Flyer and the Dauntless
came into port yesterday with scow
leads of coal for their respective owners.
A   private   message   from   Victoria,
says  , hat   Premier McBride who  has
een ill during the past few days from
a  cold   and   a  touch  of  pleurisy, has
g< ne to bed for a couple of days.
ciean comedy, it la in four acts, and
tells a story of strenuous life in New
York city, in which the new tunnel
beneath the North River, an old boat-
house on East River, Peck's Slip and
the Brooklyn bridge are important features. The piece is said to have had
an unusual success in the East Miss
Isabelle Lowe, a clever little Baste
girl, plays the role of Nettie, and
surrounded   by  an  excellent   support
Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpels, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   QUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
;; LEE S      Furniture      Emporium
Dupont Block
New Westminster
Tel. 73
Revised List.
Of bookings at the Opera House for
February:
Feb.    S���Revolution   in   Russia.
Feb.   11���Nettle,  the   News   Girl.
Feb. 15���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
able  Deane, yesterday, picked      ].-,..,. 28���English Concert cm.
3��>>>>>"��^<o>:o:����:^
til) a purse containing a small sum of
Thi' owner can have the
application  by proving  pi i
Overloaded. V
Corned beef lush as made by  Ben- fa
i ator Sanna's cook   was  very  popular ;���'
who   was  yesterday    in    Washington    several    years    ago. fa
. in the jail charged with sleal-1 When the head waiter of the senate y
about   a   year   ago   fi un I restaurant wanted hash prepared very >,
,...,,,    wni ai,pear   carefully he ordered it this way: "One >;
corned beef hash for Senator tlaiina." _
One day  when the restaurant  was do V
lng a heavy business almost everybody !���!
seemed   to   want   corned    beef   hash. >J
"Corned beef hash for SenatorHauna" [���<
Chini
.  Feb.   13, and  will    ���   d
��� counsel.
20th CENTURY
CLOTHING
\   small   leluge  visited  the  provincial   const il le'    department     In   the
had    been    ordered    fourteen    times.
i    _��.... i-ii   ii wiiivtivl l.UIUCU i IIIM   .1 '4>
couri  house   >esterdaj   morning,    i   s   Wh���,   ,.     ���,.   , ,,       , *
, YA hen   the   fifteenth   order   went   down    ������:
osed   hat the eaves troughs were Uo   the   kitchen    the   chef   shouted    $
locked up, causing the water to run   "That's   fifteen   order*    tnr   Senatoi   fa'
in  'In > win low    sills    and   Hanna!   He'_ i/etter urat-h out or he'll   >;
:n's. ; founder hlsself." fa
fa
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ric  Seal   Collarette,
. . all Price $4.75.
. drey Thibet   Boa, 9 5
��� Snap al $3.90.
beautiful   fur;   regular
{12.50.
ties   ' mg:   : egular   price   $7.50.
Heavj snows in the mountains
��a is.' i the cancellation of both the
' asl and west bound trains. One of
the delayed east mail trains arrived
en Monday night and brought In a few
sicks of mall matter, some of which
was verj   ancient.
Snow  in   lhe   mountains   vesterday
Saved tho Munition.
'���Tin.   here   comes   Ratcllffe   with   a   '���;
daggerl    My  Inst  moment  has  arriv-
.���;
ed!" exclaims one of tbe characters In fa
a    new   melodrama.     Unfortunately, fa
however,  the  actor representing  Rat- ;���!
cliffe  bad   forgotten   tbe  dagger  and J
come on the stage without it.   But he !���!
was equal to the occasion.    "Villain,"
���  bound ti iii. prohibited the ship-   ne   exclaimed,   "thou   thoughts!   thou   fa
.   i ...    ..     I...,     : j    1 i        <T_       .���.
; C on Ruff, with head an I  I dls: Si :.30 for $5.50.
; BI ick  Hear  Rull .   i.gulai   511 00.      N   -   $6.95.
1 Black Bear Stole;  regula    ",10. i i foi  $8.70.
k A.tracban Stole, $4.75 fur $2.50.
1 Black  Opossum, $6.50 for $2.75. '.'"
Thibel   Ruffs,  ,erj   sl   li.h;  $4.50 [or $2.25, $3.00 for $1.25
:4.5m for $2.25.
I only. Persian Lamb Ruff, '; lo___��| l.>.!.__ ! '-a'dc tails;  regular
UO for $6.25.
Mink Stoles, $16.50 for $lo.ro. $17.50 for $11.50.
]   Marmot   Stole,  with  s  irr.i   collar;   a   real   swell   fur;   regular
���.     Now $9.50.
ol
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,.  |   sawst a dagger In mine hand.   ' I'was   >�����
- | Ita! for the insane to the Vernon
Lunatic asylum. Norman Cunningham
Is in the city from Vernon for the
purpose ol escorting them to their
destination.
The new cigar factor) being erected on Clarkson streel will be occupied by F. .1. I.ynch's workmen in
about three weeks. The building and
fittings have been creeled iii such B
jji manner thai 11 will be \ he mosl
commodious weed rolling establish.1
f^nenl on t be < oast, ���   ���
Every    Indication    points    to    the
speedj  reopening of navigation on the
thine evil  conscience  supplied  the  vl-    .*,
Bion,   But 1 ��ill slay thee with a blow   '���;
of this strong right hand,"  which  be   ft
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The bon Pons of small twfk are oil en : fa
responsible for social dyspepsia. ffl
proceeded  to do.
A thinking machine nt popular prices ; j��J
niiirht cause a revolution In society.
Credulity is the basis of many a Sin
tessful operation.
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A   fool   Is  n   fellow  who  believes  In   ^
I Fraser,     The  Iver Is now in motion I something that you never heard of, *
from bank to bank, and is filled  with ,	
"drifting, rotten Ice.    Reports from up!
CARD   OF   THANKS.
ISUITS-
d   river s ite that the river Is rising and
the   Ice   Is   breaking  up   rapidly.    If      Mr.  George   Benson   returns  heart-
weather   keeps open.   chilli* n '     eli   thanks  to the  !���'.  O.   E.  and  all
TWEED    andi
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lends for their kind  sympathy In his   ;���;
recent bereavement through the death   y
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fHEY ARE SURf MONEY-M	
IN A SHORT TIME
__s  cor.   titii   Ave.   and  ISlh St.,   near proposed
car line, $325;  $125 cash.
3 Lots co/. Tth Ave. and 2nd St., $550;  $200 cash.
1 Lot 7th Ave, near Moody Square, $200; half cash.
2 Let:, on Hih St., $500;  half cash.
1 Lot on Sth Si. and 7th Ave, $200;  half cash.
1 Lot on 5th and 6th Ave, $200;  half cash.
1 Lot 2nd and Durham, $200;  half cash.
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NOTICE
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All  persons  htivlir;  claims  against
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:��� hile ' ' ��� .!,,  late Alfred Melville tfalins ti e re
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ARTHUR M .UN'S.
Nettie, (he News Girl.
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.WMILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL nnd LOGGING MACHINERY
Temporary Premises: Trapp Bloc
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Plumbing and Contracting
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WOUNDING A FIRE.
An Odd S_. .1-J.tHlen Tliat   !��_<<����� Back
li. Anciriil 'limes.
A curious modern attempt to rationalize one of the oldest of superstitions
is to be found in Kipling's "Life's
Handicap." There Mulvaney cheeks
the author from stirring the fire with
Ortlleris' Pay.met on the ground th.it
fire takes the heart out of the steel.
The real reason is much more mysterious. It wns one of the maxima of
Pythagoras "not to stir the tire with
a sword," ami to this day tbe wandering tribes of North America nnd of
northeast Asia hold it a sin to take
up a burning ember for a pipe light
"���ith the point of a knife. The explanation is undoubtedly given hy Johannes de Piano Carplni when he tells
us that one of the Tartar superstitious
c mcerna "sticking a knife into the fire
or In any way touching the tire with
:i kuife or even taking meat out of tho
kettle with a kuife or cutting near the
fire with an ax, for they believe that
BO the head of the tire would lie cut
Off."
This is evidently connected wiih the
ancient idea that tire is n living creature, a sacred animal, which must not,
be wounded by its human owners in
case it should be ann >yed and deprive
them of its valuable services. Is this
tn any degree more irrational than the
belief still existent among housekeepers that a feeble lire call be made to
burn up by laying the poker across it.
���London Outlook.
TEA El'GS AND TEA MITES.
T__y  \rv ili��-  Pla__ea  of  lh**  A**itm
Tea Garden s.
Every animal nnd plant has its parasite, and from this general law. It
seems, the tea plant Is not exempt
Two Insects are described as spending
their lives in tea drinking. They are
the plague of the Assam tea gardens
and are known ns the tea bug and ten
mite.
The mites spend their entire lives ou
the tea plant and are never known to
attack any other leaf. They live ln
families and societies on the upper
side of the full grown leaf und spin a
delicate web for a shelter. They then
puncture the leaves and pump out the
liquid in the plant veins.
They seem to become very dainty in
their tastes, for a sprinkling of muddy water over their floor and tea table
Is tbe only remedy known to check
their ravages. Even tills is not always effectual.
The tea bug is still more tlestructlv*
aud Is evidently possessed of un appreciation of the best kinds of tea.
since it always attacks those of a
mild and delicate flavor. Such ns afford harsh and rasping liquors are almost entirely free from its attacks. -
London Chronicle.
Leaving1 Security.
Jobnnn Sleberllch is by nature suspicious: hut. snys the Albany Journal,
he appreciates a reasonable proposition. A traveling butcher came his
way one day and bargained with him
for eight head of line cattle. Tbe price
being satisfactory, the butcher felt ln
his pocket and found he hud not
brought his wallet.
"I have not the money with me." he
said, "but I will drive the cattle to
tov--n and send the money back to
you."
"Neln!" said Johann emphatically.
"That goes not goot. Vou shouldt
bring tie moneys first."
"Well. I tell you what I'll do." said
the butcher frankly. "I'll drive only-
six of them in. and I'll leave the other
two as security for the debt."
Johann studied a moment ami then
his face lighted.
"All right." be said. "Ilot is chust
so goot. Ven yen leave dose two you
hnf bought den it is sure you comes
back und pays me."
Beards.
A. Brandt, in his writings on the human beard, proffers an opinion directly opposing that of Darwin that tho
beard is a hereditary remnant of animal growth. According to Brandt, ir is
an acquisition, so that even the occasional beard "f women has a prophetic
significance, for as rem ha-' overtaken
woman in his whole organization so it
Is the case also wiih reference to the
beard, lint slowly v imen arc follow-
fug. and now lo per cent of them
show a i tron er growth, 'i'he woman
of the distant future would then likewise be  - lorne I   with a  beard.���Die
I'll: .-chilli.
'Jen Tboimnnd Teleirrama ni on--,*.
In is;! al o celebratl m held in New
Vor,. ia honor of Professor Morse Ihe
��� rl "al Instrument Invented by him
was exhibited, c uiuected nl tliat mo
tne,,i by wire with every one of the
Ki.diiii lustrumem - then in use in the
country, At a signal a message from
the inventor was sent vibrating
throughout the United States and was
road at the same time in every city
from New York to New Orleans and
Snn Francisco.
t'neleifl  Noise.
"Johnny, dear." called .Mrs. Ferguson from the foot of lhe stairway, "it's
(j o'cl ick.   Time for you to get up."
"Ail right, maw." answered Johnny.
Then he curled himself up for another nap.
"Ta": about yojir useless noises!" lie
muttered sleepily.���Chicago Tribune
w���m Late.
MIns Ascum   Miss Sere tells me she
Is only twenty-three.   Doesn't that seem
strange to yon?   .Miss Wise   res; very
strange.    ::   would si i  to  indicate
thai she v.        1 im until her tenth
birthday or so   ;.,, ������ inge.
TIME AND TIDE
wait for no man, neither does prosperity. Prosperity is with us all the
time. Four years of progress unchecked are in front of us. New Westminster is rapidly forging ahead.
Before another Provincial election dawns property will be up 100 per ct.
Devote your time and money to securing some of the many snaps ottered
below, and then, like Rip Van Winkle, sleep awhile, wake up, and reap
the fruits of your investments.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE & EDMONDH ,
ters and solicitors ni! B��ftli
Columbia street, New u- WeBll
W. J. Whiteside, Hi   dm 8tDlil"!t_
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MARTIN, WKART ft M(,0rAl)���,
barristers, solicitors ete^
flees: New Westminster,'lw, Jf
corner Clarkson an-, Urne ���? "^
Vancouver, rooms 2] to ���'* a<- tl
"71 "ri l-iran.
ville street.   Joseph Martin k
W. Weait, W. 0. McQuarrle\'
Bourne.    Mr. Mart.'.;   ..,_  >,fi','���*���
Westmjnster offices every _",,��*
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A 1907 BARGAIN
160 acres S. E. quarter Sec.
23, Township 8, New Westminster district, 4 miles
from Langley; 4 - room
house; 1 acre orchard;
trees bearing well; splendid
water; between 20 and 30
acres cleared; partly fenced; corner lot; good roads,
both ends. $2,000, one-
half cash. For sale exclusively by us.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
TO INVESTORS.
8G acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
K. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.    Investigate.
Two storey house between Fourth
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.     $1,700.
Six lots. 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
Another of Our Snaps.
320 acres near Cloverdale; one mile
from school. .li acres cropped this
year, .'id acres slashed, easily cleared
Besl prairie land. Frame house, il
rooms, plastered; large barn, chicken
house, woodshed, etc.. etc. Only
$6,400. term.-; easy.
Snap in Lots.
Three   lots, less   IC   feet, corner  of
| Sixth street and Fifth avenue.     Just
$1,000, terms easy.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
| the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abhotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 acres improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If yon
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can he arranged.
6-room cottage, 7th Ave...
6th St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
wood sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6 &
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
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 UO
x :I2; 1-i-post frame house and covv
stables, three in all, stable S 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 10 x 21; hen
liouse made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life-
lime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at (i
per cent.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Or, will sell the house
and 22 ft. on Columbia St.
for $2,600; $1,000 cash,
bal. in two years.
This is in Victoria, are you moving?
���i room cot;.i.e. water lavatory, hack
kitchen; barn 20x25: size of loi, lux
l in; fenced aud cleared; only $1,200.
Easj terms, Enquire at once for fuller particulars.
full sized lot, So. 12 Third avenue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy
terms.
17 lots, full sized on Clh street, in
Burnaby, Fast side 100 yards from
Cliff  Can   factory.     Price  $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot, $2,000.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per acre
4S0 acres, Maple Khlge, Sections 28,
29 and :12, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Sect.ion 32, $45 per acre; Section 20, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, I'itt River Bridge,
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
2 lots, conic;' -'ith Street and ."Uh
avenue; size of lot 100x100. Corner
lot, can be boughl al once for $450,
inside l"t $400.    Good --nap.
L6S acres, Coquitlam, 10 acres clear
,,!, Qear Black's ranch, $2,000.
House and lot. 33 x 100, 1% storey,
situated near Queen's avenue, $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
One hundred ami sixty acres N, W.
Vt Sec. 15, Township I!. two miles
from Fon Langley, : acre-, slashed,
Xo. 1 land Price, $10 per acre, due
! third cash, balance on time, 7 per i ��� i-:
interest.
1 1-2 acres, between Sth
and (ith avenue and 16th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash.
One hundred and sixty acres, .\'.\Y.
U Sec. 25, Township 10, .'_ miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through. 50 acres alder bottom, said
to he $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, i�� cash,
balance on time.
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
about 3_> miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
100 acres, N.E. % section 19, township 10. Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent. (
House and IV2 lots, 5 rooms, price'
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arrang-'
ed at 0 per cent.; Alice street.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable 30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $ 1 O
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
Business Opportunity
Bakery and Confectionery business for sale. A
splendid opportunity for
good man. Shop, house
and stable rents for $25.
Lease, $700 cash for
business.
HOWAY, REID & BOWES Ban_
ters, solicitors, etc., 42 JA
street, opposite C< in House, .\e,
Westminster. A. Whealler, p.rj g,.
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barristera_
Solicitor, Guichon block, t'.Z
Ida aud McKenzie Btrei ts, New \\v.
minster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, i I
and Notary Public, In
1891 at J4ew We tmii B.C  ot
Bees removed to (l in i ut
tim   .street, opposite   Co irl House. I
P.O. Box 1G9.   Tele;.lv'    m
BOARD OF TRADE.���\,w Westmin. |
ster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each niontt, I
Quarterly meetings on  the BecoSjl
Wednesday    of     February,   Mat,
August and November, at . p. m. I
Annual meetings    on    the   secondI
Wednesday    of     February.    Net I
members   may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quarterl;|
meetiig.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F, & A. M.I
���The regular meeting of tMi|
Is hold on the First Wednesday
each month, at S o'clock p. m., Ill
the Masonic Temple. Snjour_a{|
orethren are cordially Invited tot
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolt SmltiJ
Secretary.
II NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL III
SAPPERTON
A choice property has
just been placed in our
hands for rapid sale. Read
carefully, and invest; it's
a money maker.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located: all easily
cleared: perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. 5 WDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
LOTS     LOTS     LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
Lot No. 10, full size, on Agnes
-street, al! cleared and fenced, ready
i for building: a real good speculation
1 foi   $600.    Hall' lot No.  7. $250.
160 acres on the Scott road, 13 acres
cleared; -barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight roomy, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
180 acre - In Sui rey, ,", acres cleare I.
fenced on road side, $1,800. half cash,
balam e on I Ime al 6 per cent . su ,-
ject to Bale if timber,
07 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2,500 when built, 20 acres
| cleared.   Price only $3,000, half cash,
balance easy.
SO acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, (I acres
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms.
House and lot, 00 x 133, hack of
brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
for $21.00 per month. Price $1,200,
half cash, balance in six months.
Vou cannot possibly get a higher percentage for your money than 14 per
cent,
10 acres near Mud Pay, $7 per acre;
see us for fuller particulars,
S-roomed house, all modem Improvements, line location, corner of Fourth
street and Agnes, $5,000, one half
cash. A comfortable home and good
family residence.
Eight-roomed house, all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
Ten acres in Lot 40:!, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared,   $30 per acre.
Two  storied  house,  7  rooms,  bath,,
sewer   connections,   all    modern    improvements, splendid  locality,   $2,800.
Terms arranged,
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, 8
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixth
sireet, one block from post office,
rents at $30 per month, or for sale at
$4,500.
House, eighl rooms, on St. George
street,   corner   Fourth,   $2,500;    easj
| terms.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 pe,
month.   (July $1,050,
KING SOLOMON LODGE, NO. 17,41
F. & A. M.���Regular cemmunic. j
tions of this lodge are held on 111
second Tuesday in each montl ll
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are JOrdiallj Iiit!_
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, foe
.OYAL  CITY  PRECEPTORY, Nfc��
R.     B,     K.    of     I ,    meets    for.
Friday    of   each     month,
p.   m.,   in   Orange   hall,   comer oil
Royal  avenue and   7th streel
Journlng Sir Knights   cordially In
vlted to attend.    W. K. Dunlop, t,
P.; -i. Hood, Reg,
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. H50
���Meet. In Orange hall first and
third Friday In each month al I.
in. Visiting brethren are cordlallf
invited to attend. \Y. Pope, W M,
James Humphrey, Rec.-Se
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
House and lot on -th streei. Lot (Mix
120, ii rooms, woodshed chicken house,
$1,050.    Terms  easv.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair; a sua], al $3,000, half
c_eh.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh slreet.
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
Blzed lot, $1,600.
60 acres good fruit land In Surrey;
can lie bought now for $25 per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
In one or two years ai 7 per cent.
A CHANCE OP A LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision pr
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
FINE BMW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full luu_ 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,S00. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
Part or lot 369, joins Hake Commur,
about 7u acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.   .lump.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; corner of Fourth
avenue and Third street; a good speculation; live minutes from post offlc��;
$1,300; easy terms.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys,  seven   rooms;   n   real  snap  fll
$2,500.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia sireet, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
Five cottages and two lots on First
���'���iree:, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to he arranged,
Ful! sized lot on Regina street, 66x
132, Lot 10, Sub.  I Hot 8, Price $150.
.Tnstlee pleaseth   fciw  in   their oven
house. -Bo-borr,  .
McQuarrie &
160 acres in Surrey, near Brown &
Coulthard- ranch, $7 per acre;  good
; terms;   fruit   lands;   see  us for   particulars.
House, 10 room--', I 14. lots, near
Fourth aven;,.' and Seventh stree',
$2,000.   Term ��� can be arranged,
'""' acres, one mile from Hunting
don, B.C., To acres in eras-, ir, acres
dralne I and fenced; house and harn
oosl $2,500; good road along one side;
rice $50 per acre, half cash, balance
to suit purchaser at 6 per cent.   Rea-
1,11 for selling, the owner's wife la in
ha i health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
Double tenement house, 6 rooms in
each house, water, light, full size lot,
between First and Second street,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, hair cash, balance In one year
at 6 per cent.
100 acres, all fenced, ready [or cultivation, good water, hair mile from
BChool, at   Chiiliwack, $75 per aore.
64 acres in Pilt Meadows, only
*35 per acre. One third cash, balance
al <; per cent.
8 and 10 acre blocks in Surrey, three'
miles from the river, $10 per acre.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27-
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evenin.
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren t��
dially invited to attend. A, P- lla'J'
day, N.G.; VY. ('. Coatham, Rec, Sec.
V O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No.'
���Meetings the first and third Tue*
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordtally invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. O. IT. W. hall, Odd'
fellow.' block, Clarkson street,
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louifl Witt
master workman.
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE   M>-
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND,  0- "-"J
.'fed Rose Degree meets Second an
Fourth Wedne.dav of oach montn
in K. or p, Hall, Columbia St.
s p. in., Whil ��� Ro s De ��� - I
We,],,,   ,i ,v    In    each  monl i, i
time   ind ; lace,   Visiting ,;
cordially    Invited.      E.  I1- H ''' .
com.1,,, Pres., il. Disney, S   "'
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O-F-
- Meet., the Fourth Friday In tD.
month   ai   s o'clock. In  the
hall,  Oddfellows'   block.
brethren are cordially Invited i" ���';
lend.    .1.   B.   Kushlon,  C.  R-l  *���
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 880&
A, o. F.���The regular meetln
ol
this Hodge are held on the Secon
ami Fourth Tuesdays of each won.
at X p. in. in the Oddfellow
Hall-
ily '"'
II    ill c     '   ., .
vlted to attend.   B. O. Firth, <-���   "
F. P. Maxwell, Sec. 	
THE  ROYAL  TEMPLARS OF T*A
PERANCE meet   every We(Jn,��u
at 8 o'clock p. in., in OddWWJJ
Hall,    Columbia    street.     V����"
Brethren are cordially InvlteO^
tend, Oeo. Burr, S. O.J N. R- Bro
Sec.
Agents
^ Real Estate Brokers
r Employers' UahIHty, and Umon Ftre Assurance Co. of London.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE i�� ���.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the I"-s" ,���
Third  Tuesday of every '''""!Ar,,
K.   of   P. Hall.    John   ���''���'
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Hoc ��ei"
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" -.*�� *______���_) iE-NESDAY. FEB. 6, 1907.
temtK**'  THE DAILY NEWS
Auctio
<^^______i
of City Lots
rEPtWlWHHHK'isr'' <
__M____HE_
W. J. Kerr  Aa.   rece/W instructions  to  Sell by  Public  Auction,  on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1907, at 8 P. M.
in the Cunningham Block, next door to his  office on Columbia St., New Westminster,
SIXTY - POUR    LOTS
comprising Sub-divisions 1 to 32 inclusive of Block 1, and Sub- divisions 1 to 32 inclusive of Block 2 of Lot 13, Suburban Block
12, City of New Westminster.
This property has just been sub-divided and staked especially for this sale; it is now being slashed
and has not been on the market before, thus affording a splendid opportunity to acquire a valuable location first hand.
These lots are situated fronting on Tenth Ave., one block from the Interurban car line, and two
blocks from the City car line, and occupy one of the finest residential sites in the city.
Every lot is high and dry and affords an unparalled view of the distant mountains and Fraser
River delta.
Size of lots: Inside lots 130 feet by 49 1-2 feet; corner lots 99 by 65 feet.
Terms: One-quarter cash, 1-4 in 6, 1-4 in 12, and 1-1 in IS months, with 7 per cent interest.
Theadvisability of investing in New Westminster property is an undisputed fact; New Westminster as an industrial center is comm Pacific coast; Real Estate buys are sure
T, rey-makers.    This is your chan::.    Come and ma':, your own prices, no reserve.    A chance for everybody,    Remember
lie easy terms.
Remember   the  place  and  dais    Cunningham  Block,   Columbia   Street,
Thursday,  February   Tth,  WOT.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
W. J. KERR
P. O. Box 377 Phone 170 New Westminster, B. C.
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada SUITS TO OB, . . . $17.00
al   olute security  to de]
start Now to save your nm
ney PANTS 10 ORDER,.
5.00      BKAL
ED   TENDER,  addressed  to
the undersigned, and   endorsed "Ten-
i will never regrei   It.    Peopli    lo harder things every day and have   MARVELOUS    REDUCTION der for Post Of floe, Fernie, B.C.," will
....     ...   .,-.,._ be   received  at this office until Mon-
until .March 1st, llwh.
to show I ir 11
DOLI Mi opens au account.    Put ll i'i your pocket, ii would proh
thin ���. b il  ONE  !': LLAR I every week with us will in
amouni to $604.50.    THINK   THIS OVEIt.
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS, 3 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
,��� ...    ,   .      i A j. i',i     day, February Is. L90i, Inclusively, for
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the      ���' .        .
ate t Patterns '''''' construction ol a Posl Ofnce,&c,
THE TINY   :.1 \P.A.
4 frflpfHulon of Y\ nrm*      ;-<-�����.   lu  ITtin-
gr.ry am! \>irv. ..> .
Iii some of the Hungarian forests
and In t' c pine woods of Norway there
exists a tiny, wormlike Insect called
the selara, of the genus tlpula. Our
Ing thc month of July or early In An-
gu-i thej gather together in large
numbers, preparatory to migrating lu
search of food or for change of eon-
dition. When setting out on this Jour-
ney they stirk themselves together by
means of some glutinous matter and
form a huge serpent-like mass, often
reaching a length of between forty and
fifty feel and several Inches in thickness. As tho selara Is only on an av-
erage about three thlrty-seeonils of an
Inch in length, with no appreciable
breadth whatever, the number required
t" compose a continuous line of the
size above mentioned Is almost Incalculable, Their pace is, of course, very
slow, and upon meeting an obstacle
such as o stick or stone, they will
either writhe over or around It, sometimes breaking Into two bodies for this
purpose.
M,   Guerln-Menevllle,   a   celebrated
French naturalist, said that If the rear :
portion  of  this  wonderful  snakellke
procession be brought into contact with j
the  front   pari   and  a  sort  of circle
formed the inserts will keep moving
round In thai circle for hours without
apparently noticing that they are eet  I
ting no "forrader" on fieir Journey   If
thc procession be broken in two, the
portions will reunite In a short time
The   Norwegian   peasants,   when   the?
meet one of these trains, will lay some
article of their clothing, such as a belt
or handkerchief, ou the ground In front
of It. If the procession passes over ll
it is regarded as a good sign, but if lt
makes a way round the reverse Is believed.
FAIR  PLAY.
A   I'li-ii   Tlml   In  Reip.-ted   bjr   Almost
All Claaaea of Mon.
There is nn appeal to which nearly
all classes of men give heed let us
have fair play. You may address a
schoolful of mischievous boys on the
beauties of goodness, on the evils of
cruelty or harshness to their fellows,
and they will laugh at you. Exhortations to avoid any abstract evil or
wrong and appeals to follow any abstract virtue will seem hazy to almost
any collection of ordinary, healthy and
lusly young boy i, but If their sense of
fair play be addressed there Is a ready
response.
Go among a crowd of wharfingers or
longshoremen or the roughest and most
reckless sailors, who have neither
home nor principles of any sort, and
talk to them of the things of the head
or of the heart, and they will think
that you are a harmless but quite futile specimen from crankdom. Try to
awaken In them a horror of the brutality of their usual life, speak in moving
terms of the force and beauty of kindness or of virtue or of any attribute
of a polite and civilized society and
way of life, and you will be soliciting
the wind, talking to a statue, shouting
In the desert. But iu the m ist uncouth
assemblage and In the vilest haunt In
the English speaking world mention
fair play and found your argument
and your plea on that basis, and the
effect is Instant and eloquent���Philadelphia Ledger.
LAND REGISTRY ACI.
TAKE NOTICE thai application
been made to register Edga
her as the owner in Fee SImph      i   ���
_ Tax Sale Deed from the fl
Clerk of Surrey, to Edg i
bearing the date 5th da; aua.-y,
A.D. 1901, of all and sing ilai
lain parcel or tract of land and pre
lses situate,  i.\ Ing  and  being In
Districl  Of   New Westminster,  ln   I
Province  or   British  Columbia, m
particularly known and described
hots i and 2 ot Block 10, subdivision
of South  East    quarter   Section   10,
Township i.
Von and each of you are requi
to  conlesi   the  claim of  the tax   pur-
chas'er within   thirty   days   from  the
date of the  first   publication  of thi3
notice, otherwise i shall register Edgar  Li. Webber, as owner thereol .
tee,     And l   hereby order  that   pi
llcation of this notice for fifteen da: -
in  a  daily   newspaper   publishe I
Now   Wesl minster   will   be   good  and
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
New    Westminster,   Province   of   B:ir-
ish Columbia, this Kih day of January, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District   Regl
To Thomas Jeffries,  Esq.
Ul persons served with this i
, I  those claiming through or ui   i
n, ami all persons claiming anj Interesl in the said land by virtue of any
unregistered Instrument, and  all  person    claiming   anv   Interesi   in    the
sal I   1 ind   by    descent    who.-"    title
Is     not      registered     under      the
provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
shall  be  former estopped  and  debarred  from  setting up any claim to or
in respeei of the Baid land so sold for
taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Art."
THE UP-TO-DATE TASLOR ~
NE
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re-   building al Fernie. B. C.
funded. Plans and a educations can be seen
and forms ol tender obtained   ai   this
partrne il    an I   on   a] plication   to
Kei r, Ei ��� ;.. Clei i. of Worl a,
247 Front Street  -     New Westminster   \     ,,;,.   \;.i\
OPEN EVENINGS. Persons tendering     i   notified thai
\~ZZ~t        ,-,., .     ...      |       tenders will uo        ��� mside    1   unless
F. 3. LYLE, Manager,  CltV J__leCtl*lC WorKS   made on the printed   form    supplied,
J and   . i ;ne :    .it!    thi li  actual si. n i
        Opposite Tram Off ice
Ea b  tender musl   be act ompanied
C1��_. ir�� o, ,rK r_ **      _3��_-*.]!r     _"__���      g/WMM-OVPO      Por electric signs, dynamos, motors,   0y an accepted cheque on a chartered I
/ttf_d.Q_fdn     JDcUl__.     Oi       VA/ll-lIld tC  fanB, 'phone fixtures, shades, bellB, bat-   ian_, made payabli order   of
 '"""'    ' "teries,  wire  and  cables of all   kinds      ,, Honourable the uTnisI ir   E P
1   Bizes.    House   firing.    Motor in-   vA,,, d to ten     r ceni  (10 p.c.)
Paid-up Ca.itn!, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000      un. a specinity,      l kinds of re-
WESTNIIN.I ���K   BKANCH
I'll kirn.
Fakirs is the name given to a celebrated class of families found In ninny
purls of the oust, but more particularly
in India. Some of Ihem will make a
vow to continue all their lives in one
posture and adhere fo il strictly, others never lie down, but remain in n
standing position all their lives, upheld only by sticks or ropes under the
armpits. They pretend to have subdued every passion of mortality.     	
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO,
VLKER,  General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, \   it. Qen'1 Manager, i
INCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA A^D IN THE       7
UNITED STATES AMD  ENGLAND. j
iromptlj  atte i led to. irfeited if leu I
3. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304. led upon I       i i   fail    ���
 complete i        infracted for.    If
. ....      ._..
,   :���:: RAL   BANKING   [ i SI> li 3S TR VNS ', ' H'   i
FARMERS'  BANKING.
QKDflTT  C.
li
I ity i     i led   Fan   irs for   their banking  business.    Sales  Not-      ,
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
��� taken   for c;i '
G   BY   MAIL    !'":���    .
ecelve ovi
���
'���'. YV , Van
irned.
he   Di
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WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS   8 TO 9
Telei
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; \. ���  .     in Demand
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Incorporate -
I '���:.!. paid up)  	
... FUND 	
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act   or   paruamet
fi Ison & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
.$14,000,000
. $10,000,000
w
""      ' k   only  all   rail  route  between  all
points east, wesl  and south to Ross-
2"*,.j--(�� 3"^2)<i2_2^"   ''"' '    s:''''';r", ana intermediate points
:'   Hon, Lord Strathcona and   Mounl   Royal,   ft    ''���   M-
G  Honorarj President
n    SiV'g.a!  Drummond    President
E. S. Cli ���ton Vino Presi lent   an I  General   Manager.
inking business transacted.
In all the principal cities in  Canada, In   London,  Eng., New
���   j \ a   ..:..>' i -^-ir,
C. I  md
Surveyor
Etiiard Blocii     ^"'" Wa*��rnli  it
IL . -    ��� "      IN��.
fo, and St. John's Nfld.. and corre
nta In all parts of the
AV1NG5   BANK    DEARTMENT
ting il Spokane with the Great
w rfhern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
_ X. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
t'linn   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary
I '���������> ik  point.-.
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
��� '���lily for  Republic.
service   on   trains   between
the ,i ���!,,.;   Nel ��� .
��� R   H, :- i, I   "HI      i _ei Sunday,   November    io,
om-   if)ot,
Horseshoe-   Leave Day Trim Arrive
. .. 20 a.m Spokane   7'S f'in-
lng a specialty. ( m Rossland ....;.to p.m.
H. M. KNUT30N. ,���,      ..   v '     ,  ..... 6.4", p.m.
'   8treet \ JACKSON.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAK : NOTICE thai an application
lia - been made to registi r James land
as tho owner In Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sal : ��� ������ I ��� ira thi Mayor and
Treasurer of I he Cit: uf Ni ,v Wesl
minster, to   Pat ricli   T.   B     ler,  hi
he i Sth   laj Df Augu t,   _D.
!   of all an I singula
pari el acl  of land  nntl    reml -������
situate,  lying       I In  the Ci!
of Ne.v Westmiuster, In  I lie Provlni h
of Brltl di Columbia, more parti ulai ���
aown ;       Ihed       Lo     10 an
11, BI    I     D"        P 's Squan
I    . i  requiri I
i contest  the elal the ta       i
;   dn
,, htlon of thi
notli ', '      '   I
In tee-,
.ii l I       eh     ' ii llcation
I Ice    or thirtj    lays in a
New
\ t      ��� '     io d a
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DATED al  the L md R   .   try Office
New   Westminster,  Province of
Ish  Columbia  this Lsl  day of February, A.D.  1907.
C   :V  KEITH.
Districl   Ri fl itr i*.
Po t-Ienrj     :::       Es |.
Ul     i  ions a irved with thi      >tl    .
; nd ;:.    ii tainting through or under
and  ail   persona  claiming anj
In the said land by virtue o
���   ���   ;   ;  Instrun ant, and all
m      (aiming any interee   In the
ild la   lb    descent,   n    i       tie Is
nol reg '     the provlsi ina of
be .ot,"   shall  be
fore   t ei    p ed ��� :
p an     I     it It
Id J ild 1     '   ���>
,   ���. ' Act."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai application has
heen made to register John W. Burr
ae the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from The Corporation
of the City of New Westminster, to
John W. Burr, bearing the date 15th
day of June, A.D. 1.05, of all ami singular thai certain parcel or tract of
land and premises' situate, lying and
being in the District of N'ew Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lots It to 16 inclusive of lot
12, Suburban Block 13, N'ew Westminster City.
You and each of you are required to
contest lhe claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
ot the first publication of this notice,
otherwise I shall register John \V.
Burr, as owner thereof in fee. And
I further order that publication of this
notice for one month ln a dally newspaper published at Now Westminstet
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th I ty ol December, .\.H. 1906.
C. S. KEITH.
Districl  ;.    Is   I   .
To Flora V. Hammill.
All persons served with this notice,
and tie se claiming through or un i'"v
them,  and  all   persons  cl liming  any
Interesl  In I he said land by virtu i o
any  unregistered Instrument,  and all
persona  claiming any  Interesi In
said laud  by descent,  whose  title Is
not   registered   under  the  provision
of the "Land  Registry Act," shall
forever estopped   and  debarn I
setting up any claim to or in res]    '
of the said land a i sol I for I ������
provided   for   by the  "Li
Act."
LAND REGISTRY AIT
,.	
He Easterly  33  feel   of Lot   '
We   erly   tl   feel  of  Lot 4,
New Westminster Citj.
A    Certificate   of   lude: I   Tl
to il ' ove property will
to  William Campbell,  Ma lid
bell  ami   pilaabeth  C p * '    m
1st  day at February,   I    ���.    a
the  meantime a  \a;   I  Obj
to be made to me In writing
' son or persons claiming an e il ite
Interesl therein, or In fit     >ai
of.
C. S. KEIT :
Titles.
Districl Registrar of
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, II. ('.. De��9U ���'
24, 1906.
Th i   person   or persons  having  lu
their   custody  or possession   the  following Title Deeds relating to the sal I
properl y are re | tested to & ill ><���
e to the underslgne I,
October iv, LS89, Augustus Lund-
bom to Dona'.i McGlllivray, Conveyance in fee Of part of Lots 3 an i  I.
March 2, issn, Peter Mojaetta t �� Augustus Ltindbom, Conveyanc - ol     i I
of Lot   3.
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TEA!     TEA!
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Special Blend at Special P_._.
Clearing  out  for   stocktaking
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for this e ilumn should lie ad-
drt-sst-d, "Social Kditor, Daily News, P. O.
Box -It*-. New Westminster."
Only
per lb.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
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BURNABY
8 acres on Murchie Road; good location.   $800.
4 acres on Murchie Road.   $400.
m.  WILL GIVE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TERMS ON THE ABOVE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
TOILET;
SoapS
Prices
25c per doz.
to $ 1 a cake
A
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THE HALL OF FAME.
 .
The German emperor has more servants in liis employ than any other
monarch. Altogether they number
over 3.000.
il'lie mikado of Japan is fond of outdoor sports. He is a hunter and fisherman of oo mean ability as well as a
food hand at lawn tennis.
llrainl M Malejan, a native of
Blwas, Turkey, has entered the medical
department of Ann Arbor university.
Mr. Malejan is an accomplished linguist. It is his ambition to become an
American citizen as soon as the law
will allow.
The twelfth child of a twelfth child
and the seventh son of a seventh son
has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Car-
par nt Roswell, Tex. Mrs. Carpar was
the twelfth child in hor family and
her husband the seventh son in his.
Their new baby is their twelfth child
nnd seventh son.
William A. Peffer is now one of the
oldest citizens of Washington. lie has
lived In the national capital almost
continuously since his term in the senate expired. Mr Peffer Is engaged upon the work of Indexing the reports of
congress from the senate contingent
fund for this service.
E. D. Ramsey of Vergennes, Vt��� hn-
in his possession a gold dollar coined at
the charlotte (X. C.) mint In 18-4. The
United States mint records state that
only four were coined, and a single
specimen is wow easily worth .$100.
The c ��In bears the Liberty Mead on the
obverse side and  the mint  letter ('.
The Hughes family of Hughes Mills,
Ala., i; unique iu one respect. There
are seven brothers and one sister. The
father and six id' the sons fought for the
Confederacy all through the civil war,
the daughter's husband belxg also In
the same service. They participated In
many of the fiercest battles, but not
.ne of them ever sustained the slight
est scratch.
Harry B, Wolf, whose election to
congress from the Third district of Bal-
timore was very much of a surprise.
was   only   twenty-six   years   old   last
Tnmn       ollffVitlv.     nvaf     ttw.      na_      limit
LOTS WANTED!
- IN -
New     Westminster
Laverne Adams, the son of George :
' Adams,   who was  seriously  injured  a ;
1 short   time ago while  coasting down
bill   on   a   sled,  is reported   as   being
out   of danger and  on  the high  road
t'. recovery.
T.H. Harden, of Boston, Manitoba,
arrived in the city yesterday. He proposes waiting until the snow vanishes
and then he will hunt for a suitable
ranch  on   which to locate and spend
the rest o!' his days.
1
i
Mrs. <Dean and daughter, who have
1 < en   visiting   Mrs.   .1.  Insley   for  the j
past   couple   of   weeks,   returned   to
their home' at  Ladner yesterday morn- |
ing.
Mrs. Alex Ferguson was admitted to
the Royal Columbian hospital yester-1
day.      She   will   shortly   undergo   an
operation,
F. .1.  Lynch is leaving this morning
on   a   business   trip   through   British (:
Columbia and Alberta.   He expects t i
be away for about two weeks.
Mrs. Watson gave an enjoyable
dance to a number of young people
yesterday   evening.
Robie L. Reid. Barrister, of Vancouver, was in the city yesterday.
S.  Baxter, inspector of steam  boil- i
era, Victoria, came over from Vancou- i
ver yesterday.
Mrs.   Burton   McKenzie,   of   Clover- !
dale, who has been Ihe guest of Mrs.
F. .1. Coulthard, returned to her home
on Saturday.
F.  .1.   Karl   left  yesterday for Chil-
, bwack on a .ugliness trip.
Mrs Coulthard gave a small bridge
party yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Lake, who has been visiting
ner daughter Mrs. .1. J. Johnston, for
ilie last two months, has returned to
hem home in Winnipeg.
WEDNESDAY. FEB ( ^
ASBESTOS
SAD
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A HOT IRON
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
It is lined with Asbestos,
prevents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, and  thus kept
COol.
THE CORE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON X LUSBY
MAKE   YOUR
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LADIES' NEVA
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COATi
Opened  out
TO-DA Y
Watch for further particulars
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
Whi.
ile Eggs are High
BY USING
When a lad he sold newspapers on the
street and later secured a position as
office boy on a newspaper. By hard
study out of working hours he educated himself and has built up quite a lucrative law practk-e.
STURTEVANTS
Egg Food
and
MODES OF THE MOMENT.
Shot satin souple is oue of the winter
fabrics. The combinations of color In
this creation are delightful.
Xew muffs are larger than ever.
Some of them are elaborately trimmed
with contrasting fur.    Others have an
i abundance   of   tails   and   sometimes
i whole skins laid upon them.
|     Most of tho women with established
| reputations for faultless gowning have
always appeared in the morning show
I ln severely tailored costumes, and Indications point that way this year.
While the empire and princess models, with theii4 various modifications,
still hold sway, certain exclusive
French modistes show a preference for
the perfectly round waist and the normal waist line.
Everywhere one sees the touch of
plaid. It is to be regretted that It is
so popular, for that presages for it an
early death, nnd it is a pretty fad when
kept within the bounds of good taste.
A little of it goes a long way.���Xew
York Post.
SAW
MILL
The Schaake Machine Works,w.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,        - New Westminster \
0PERA=11J.E
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, 8th Feb.
W
E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think we
have, as our business has growi
rapidly during the past year.
If you are not dealing with
us, we would be pleased to have
you give us a trial.
The CITY GROCERY
ADAMS & DEANS
EDITORIAL FLINGS.
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Address offers���from owners only   stating price, etc.,
Box 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster.
PORT   MOODY
REAL   ESTATE
The north pole���there It stands, protected hy the lee trust.���Boston Transcript.
The Xew York police force is accustomed to being liotli shaken up aud
shaken dewn.���Detroit Free Press.
New York girls are reported to be indulging in "chocolate j:i_s." Now they
will begin to understand the meaning
of "that dark brown taste."���Washington I'ost.
The London Academy says that this
country has not yet acquired the art
of writing prose, Perhaps not, but
there are several people here who can
almost rival Alfred Austin at writing
stuff that isn't poetry. ��� Milwaukee
Journal.
DEPICTING
; Hi. Revolution in Russia
The Riots in St. Petersburg,
Moscow and Odessn.
| The  Rioters Being Driven Eack From
t!ie  Famous Winter Palace, etc., etc.
A Thrilling Spectacular Exhibition
of    real"   life   from    a   country in the
! throes of a bloody revolution.
Doors open at 7:30;       performance
begins at 8:30.
Admission, 25 cents to all    .arts of
the bouse.
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actual cost without reserve. First com.', first served. We
need the cash and you want the gOO-S.^ThisJis a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. FALES,
'fa 716 and 718 Columbia St.
���our rioor.
Rear Extension, Front Stn
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...US
MODERN HOME
Dailv News
4 and the gratified loser
will quickly be communicating with you.
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Wanted to Purchase
Lois in Pori Moody
Address offers���from owners only-
Stating price, etc.
Box 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster
FARMERS!
-The Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HUG!-.EST
PR3CP_   FOR    HIDES.
Containing 7 rooms, situated on
good corner in East End. Beautiful view and good neighborhood.
Price $2,500.      Good terms.
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
F.J.HART & CO.
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LIMITED
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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