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 VOL
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2, NUMBER 69
MORNING, MARCH 22, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
]T0CK BREEDERS HOLD DR. FAGAN SECURES    TRUSTEES DISCUSS      THE C. P. R. WILL ENTER
BIG MEETING j    STRONG COMMITTEE      TEACHERS' LEnER PORTLAND
i
. ny Interesting Subjects Debated by Stockmen���Poultry
Exhibit Not Wanted - - Veterinary Inspection For
Stallions���Lien  Act  Discussed.
EUSINESS MEN  DECIDE TO  RAISE   PEDAGOGUES    PROTEST   AGAINST.'
FUNDS   TO    ASSIST    TOWARDS DELAY���BURMESE  WOMAN   RE-,
BUILDING   SANITARIUM. FUSED   PERMISSION.
Company Obtains Use of the 0. R. & N. Tracks From
Spokane, Giving It Entrance to Valuable Territory ���#
Hill Will Have Strong Competitor    Harriman Happy
tion, ���'.
ih,
it   '���'
annual  meeting ot the
I.,..  .      association   held  yes-
iy evenh     was largely attended",
this year's show being
bi year, and Beveral
.rough!  up.
ilneiil stuck men pre
mai ters of in-
. .,,   enthusiasm, anl
.tessrs   McRae,   F.   J.
.   and manj   others
��� lauded.
" ting had  I n called
Chali man Alex. Patters m
,, , ���       read   the   flnani lal   re-
. ar aB follows: R,
.   :    ' 125;  expenditure, $4,136.-
��� in hand    and    In    bank.
,.  pros] ectlve   loan    ol
I'he financial  report   was
. , .     iramittee reporl nexi
..    i ainie' being  requested  in
alii  cle ;������-   I oints  of the  Stal-
Uen In  reply  Dr.  Tolmie
I tl     ihe matt, r was taken uj.
e nn a year ago, and a coin
.. ���      uted to look Into the dels   '1!        In part of the act, which
..,e | he      usidei" I i he mosl satl
!��� foi  British Columbia, was
that all stallions should
��� ��� : and their  pedigree, to-
Ihe   government   certifi-
it,   printed   on   all   hand  bills,   ami
n the door <>f the stable
I:.. re said stallion usually stood.    As
tjard ection     for    Bervice,  the
.mm   stallion   having   cow
med '���  tl   the  requirements of the
(wiiu   in  the event  of noa-pay-
enl ���    s- ��� \11-.��� fees, seize the msre
aid seizure to !><��� dispos-
He auction, nnd sei vice
proce, fls ,.f saics auc-
Di   T s rggestefl  lhal   in
. li'Kui ���    this, il   s>. uld  in   a  g I
���  all staffi 'ti- iiscil for ser-
lo a tho "iiaie ii.c lical
i    foi    hered'itarj     disease.
��� .   bi    pel fori ted   by   a
���   '���:���: inuries.    Mr,   Wells
that   e'uh  a  course could
le :  . nj   too  soon, as he
-:        ���       present  many dollars
���  ; a., ��� - bre, .inn' '" un-
:,i I as i he average far-
.m  a  glance determine
was   sound  or   not,
��� ..������ ��������� Ion mas an abso-
i,
e considered that the mat-
��� xaniinatlon  was  one
.. are'fiil    consideration.
��� ��� ;   qui sfions being asked,
������-��� -    ,"i|   that   the   reporl
ti I   ihai   the  committee
govei nm, nt with a  \ lew
��� hi   Lien   Vcl    ' ome    Into
.'  1.
ol   ���      ;' clal meeting
1,1'   ���    2.   1900,  w, re    read    and
ind, i   fhe head  of   new
ml aii,,n   from   the
immlBskmers  al   Ottawa
The  I, I er dilated on the
fflliatlng wiih the Na-
. ci ition, in which Mr.
lly in ace,,nl, and a
fflliate  was  proposed  and
��� d.
exhlbfl   which   the   li.
It   : decided to cul out
I a next fai . was n-v
!u   doing  awa;.   with  ila
It,   the   It.   A.   &    I   s.'.ie'tv
������ I   that   ih"  Btock  show
il ter up,     The propoi Iflon
': '    ed oul for Borne time, until
��� inted   m ii   that   though  the
\     '       Oi toher was a  poor month
'���lng  poultry, March was  no
. birds would i"1 mating
[.   ''''   :i|||('. and poultry men would
' teel  inclined   to  disturb  Betting
.. "s l"i   how purposes,    Ii was also
L.     '"��   s,, far ti���. poultry exhibit
frapp,
ety
would . e mosl .- ulti
;.e-^ of having the fai cai
loul   Christmas   an !   t)
March, was start, I,
de cide I to adhere to i!
gramme,
1 m   . ,       ���. still Burmese worn, n cannot attend  the
'   .             iti  i   '   .i   !; has schools  In   this city,  according  to  a
'' "'!  taken   local)}   In  the  campaign resolution passed al a special meeting
waged  against   ll            ,.  .            rjr ol   the school   board   vesterday   even-
Si :���.'.���
libited
in
a        oritj
'���'<���!��� ited I    :;-i
n   hl hi   ci     '!/������.-
could nol   v expected i
Quell       e\ ni    ���
nd othei     g clti       it up bee
exhlbitloi ���       , |
I com,   ..." ..
::' ''���        '       ' Important       an\
o, I; on   the    < i ntini nl     Dr
Toi nl    stated   thai   he. was   n I
pleased     i    - reatlj    ur rlsed al the
nppareni      ogress   since'   lasl   year's
slion     The   class of cattle an I horse
showed  a   mat ke I   improvement, and
:   dee  ���    Int, rest was notice I in the
��� ; lng He spoke al length on the
e:iucati m a I ,-antag, s affor led by
lhe i Iginj . ompetition. Men learned
mor,   In one co npetltion of this kind
would in seeing a great
.. xhibitions, and taking no part
other than seeing the animals judged.
Mr Macrae, In answer to repeate I requests, took the floor. He heartily endorsed Dr, Tolmie's sentiments, and
consi lered that ii would ' e a verj
Ish move on the part of the association to consider dropping the show,
owing to a seeminglj small attend-
'tn ������. thi ��� ought not tr, discourage
them. Chicago, Gnelph, Winnipeg
and even other successful show cities
had Btarted in a small way. There
was. In fact, a time in the history of
Chicago's fair when things looked
very dark, but determination had mad,
the show whai it was today. .. He had
meat faith In this country, where ell-
m .,t if* conditions were so favora ���
and considered thai farmer- co il .
hav, :. ' ��� ", i Investment than goo .
tocl < ;��� 'fully selected and bred, anil
'lia.: an animal Btock show �� s one
of the fine -: means of raising the Stan
dard  to  perfection.
Mi   Log hi was -������:..       ��� th,      Ize
lists had t   '  been oul   sooner, bu   . ���
he I        een called to i tttawa, and ha I
busin, --. he ha I  found ft
iie in  hav,   them out  earlier.
Im conclusion h,   wish, I I    thai
members of fhe association fot  theii
...  an i   considered   th      I hi   show
had every prospeel of success fm the
future.     The   need   of  a   bettei   and
i lean, r  class    of    seed    grain    was
brought up, an I after some discission
i: w as dec! led ilia' It would be looked
���: ... : nd   perhaps a grain exhibit   I ���
irn  nn d  with  fhe stock   show.
Th,   a., eting then pro, eeded to the
election   of  officers   for   the   ensuing
��� as follows: Hon. president, 1. .!.
Trapp; president, Alex. Patterson;
vi,,.   president,   .1. Thompson;   secre
i try, F. .1 Logan; auditor, G. D.
Brymner; directors, George Sangst, .
Dr. Tolmi, . V C. W, IK D. Montgi -.-
cry, H. M. Vasey.
The m, pthna a Ijou m        ter having
ed a v,       if th the varlott
officers.
The foil       ' ��� ''������   '
prominent   stockmen  al    '    ���
A. n.  Patterson,  pres .11   M.  Vi   ���
..",.. Qe irge   Sangster,  ,1.   H,   Wilkin-
on, D Montgomery, ,T. Thomas .lan
illne, R, Tri'W. T, Hume. \ C.
Wells G. E. Knight, H. Webb, V
Br, ���mi K. A. Wells. S. Smith, II. McKay, J. H. Helghland, G. L, Shannon,
Ch Is, Mos, s, ,T, Ml Stelrs, Jam, - J r
ilon,   K.   D. Wells.  Thomas  Shannon,
11 ��� -":i  >n:j Inci     ��� tn     ...    on.
.'.... ...
l-luhereul
afternoon,    a
lunile     ��� ���   ; romlnent   b     i ���
taking i .,  active
���   the   work
��� . Fagan,   who spoke
...��� com-
il,.: the rei
���   money.
which
een offer, I I th, erection of
tari  in,   Dr,   Fagan   stat, 1  that
��� i i    linion - ive mm nt had : la.-, :
site al his disposal ai Fish
���. 4.2'nj feel al ������������   the si a level
���  ��� '��� ; hat this - '���   was ra- j
ilgh, in spit, of the facl thai
��� .���   mi of i ati, nts   were   bene-1
fitted b    residing in an elevated alti-
��� it le. \ -::. II ; ��� . 11 m �� of the consumptives could not stand the- rarifled
air at such a height, and for this rea-
h,   pr, ferre I the site which had
een i ffe m i to him at Kamloops.
After a lengthy and interesting ad-
��� 3 had been broughl to a close.
th, m, ��� ting ; oce, ded to organize
a building committee, the duties of
which will be the collecting of funds
foi I he ��� rectlng of the sanitarium.
The following con   littee was appoint-
��� I: G. D, Brymner, J, .1. Jones, E. J.
. l-'.tei. '. D  s. Curtis. Dr. Doherty, T. S.
Annan I il, .   it.  C.    McDonald,   C.  A.
Welsh, T. .1. Trapp and W. .1. Mathers.
A motion that this committee hoi!
';���.���.   on   Monda;    , vening,  and
I, gat, -   I e appointed   to  wait
on the < ity council for the purpo -���
-��� ��� Ing whether it is ; ossible to se-
������::������  ,. grant  towards    the    building
fund  v.,.-  carried unanimously.    Th
n, m M. neral mi etlng of the eowmlt-
e, m in lak,     ace on April 2.
���   ��� lettei  wi ��� read from Miss
Rogers, Im ii Inf  what she was to do
in  < -,,1111. ft ion    "��� ith    an    application
iMm a native wo     n of B irmah, who
ed to complete i lucation in
this  city.    The qu<    1 a  was debated
the 1     tees, i    .     ter  some dls-
��� n   ll   wa    dei   led    hat   p< rmis-
sion would be i efus, d to th,   Burmese
lo atten I the Bch ,ol,
A reply to the dec! Ion of the I rn
ti ���    regarding the appli, ation of the
city  tea, hers   for  a  scln lule  of  sal-
at ies   was  received  an i   read  by  the
secretary.    The lettei was as follows:
To the Board of School Trus ��� es:
Gentlemen,���Your reply to our com-
ii unication regarding schedule of salaries was duly received. We feel that
vie cannot allow the matter to lie in
this unsatisfactory condition.
We note your desire to post] one
ftirthet consid, ral ion , f I ��������� question
ui.til the close of ill" year. Heretofore the question of school estimates
has never been considered al the close
of the year, but only by the new
Boards, and we feel that any postponement won]!! menu that the schedule
would nol be dealt with till January
next. We deem this unjust to our
claims and our opportunities; and we
therefore strongly object to the recent
aci ion of the Hoard. For these reasons we again request that a definite
schedule le arranged now.
\v<; understand that the City Council has no,  yet dealt  with the school
Seattle, .March 21.���Contracts were
signed yesterday at Portland by traf-
ii, officials of the Canadian Pacific
railway and the Oregon Railway &
Navigation   Company,   by   which   th.
in the contest for freighl and passe n-
ger traffic between St, Paul, Portland
and adjacent territory. Thai Harriman was aware of the ImpOSl he wan
putting   upon   the   Hill   Hues   bj    : litis
Canadian company obtains the use ol   furnishing them  with  a    competition
ihe   American   concern's   tracks  from
Spokane to Portland, thus giving thi
Canadian Pacific railway its long coveted entrance Into the  valuable tei i i
:ory   between   ilmse'   two   citi, s   and
also uivin;; il a through  lin ! from the
East to Portland.    This arrangemenl
has been In  view since the projection
of ;li" Spokane International Railway,
a branch line of the Canadian Pacific,
ly   which   this  company  n, W   reaches
Spokane in direct connection with Its
main line In Canada.
Announcement of this important addition to the Canadian Pacific territory on the Coasl was made this morning by Frank W. Peters, assistant general traffic manager of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, who was in Seattle
on his way to his headquarters at
Winnipeg after having consummated
the trackage arrangement with the
Harriman lines. Peters, who has th,
supervision of the Canadian Pacific
railway lines from the Great Lakes to
the coast, said that the contract was
signed ley himself and R. B. Miller,
general freight agenl for the O, R. <^-
X., at Portland, and that the agreement provides for the beginning ol
the traffic on May 1.
By tihe pew arrangement the ('ana
dian Pacific will   have   a   freight   an 1
hardly to be desired is evidence 1 by
Ihe facl thai it is announced bj 'he
officers who si.mie'ei the contract that
the arrangemenl was ratified personally by Harriman himself before being consummated.
In speaking of the greal advantages
to be attained by the Canadian Pacini   railway by  the ue'w arrangement,
P, ,e is   said    thai    it    would    give   liis
company a through line to I'o "land
iron, St, Paul of about the same length
as the I'nion Pacific, twenty-seven
mile's shorter than the Greater Northern and 183 miles shorter than Uie
Northern Pacific.
' In running trains from St. Paul to
Portland," said Peters, "We will onine
over thc S ��, line, reaching our main
line al Moose Jaw.
function we will come
Crow's Nest Pass line, which Is now
practically part of our main line, as
far   as   Curzon.      Here
At    Dunmore
linvn over the
we  tak,
our
Spokane-International line, recently
completed to Spokane crossing ihe
boundary line at Kingsgate and running on our own tracks to Spokane.
"We are looking forward to the new
business wiih the anticipation of getting a fair share of the freight and
passenger    traffic       The    agreement
ger   service-   is
LABOR  IS SCARCE.
Mcunt   Lerura'n  Farmers  FinH
culty  in Secu-ing  Help.
Dlffi-
" '.:- ,nn 1   Mm  Lehman,  as  In  many
i   . -.     f th,     ro\ ince, we ar
.....   ... ring from the de n th
and this  probl, m seems to
..  ���,.       ious   , ropoi tions,'" re-
1 J, AY. Taylor, of MoUnl  Leh-   looking for homes on the coast
. - 'itssing the labor ques-  of the greates! inducements to set! e
i stimates, and we  request the Board
to submit   a   supplementary estimate   ,,,���.���.������, t0 St_ p.,,,,.
a!   once,      According   to   the   papers.
other cities am iei].aie no difficulty in
getting their supplementary estimates
I assed by the Councils.
Owing to the late date at which 'ihe
Hoard announced Its intentions with
Vi gai I to salaries, we could nol : '
��� ��� ni our claims before . o t su '.���aw < d
. stimates to the C ,unc:': an i
ive are therefore justly entitled to 'i:;
consideration of the Cotini ii anj ��� he
Board.
II some satlsfa, toi;  at angenn nl is
r.ol arrive-1 at, i: is quite c< rtain that
....   of  out  t, acl i      ivill lei ve
. i mi Isummer, or soon-
ei.    This city  Is   at   pr, sent       :.������.'.
om inducements of all kin Is to p,  ip e
One
opens a  rich territory ror us and  as
passenger service from Portland to all   we usually get our share of business
points in  Canada,  as  well as on the  In a now field, there probably will be
Atlantic Coast, and a through passen-  opened a strong light tor supremacy
to  be   provided from  In the district.    As to tourist -ravel,
we  will   be able  to  give  travel:.".-,  a
A significant  feature of the agree-j chance to see two countries and the
ment   lies in  the  fact   that II  provides   best  part of each, from a scenic point
a strong competitor for the Hill lines  of vi<*w."	
McGlIE THREATENS    'WOMEN SCUFflE
"HONEST JOHN"!       WITH POLICEMEN
i i
OPPOSITION    PROTEST   ADJOURN-   SEVENTY    SUFFRAGISTS   ARREST-
I
MENT���FREE     FIGHT    BARELY
AVERTED���BRAWLING.
ED   FOR   MAKING  DEMONSTRATIVE   RAID   ON   PARLIAMENT.
tint     ��� ��� afterno m,    "II   Is  al-
le to     -'  In    men    t i
��� s, and those win, are
willing to Wi ai king far too
high   i wage to ei el irmer to
.,;..    ������   j   ��� .;    ���  ; . Ills   Mllll'll.       \
: ri ier   ann !    ffonl    i ] a\ such high  <?sts.
wiili  families is a good school.    If a
Is,  economy leads the Board to im-
; air the efflci, ney of our schools by
Victoria,   March   21.���There  was  n
stormy scene at the Railway Committee   this   morning,   when,   under   the
chairmanship  of   Mr.   Macgowan,
application   for a   charter   for  C
London, .March 21.���The worn.:, suffragists yesterday attempted to m il a
a demonstrative  raid on   Parlian    it,
an   more imposing than any of thei
II-   vious efforts. The police, however haJ
allowing some of our test teachers to   Dick's  Portland   Canal  Railway came  timely warning and made preparations
seek   better    positions    elsewhere,  it
will be prejudicial to the city's inter-
up.
that   result",!   in   making   the   .'.
wages to his help as are asked at the
preseni time, and we cannol gel al ing
-, M"::.ril assistance."
Citing liis own ca.-". Mr. Taylor re-
n   rked  m> ���   he had  be< n obligi I  I ���
.:   all ' alone   because it was
In '��� ���   '.   No Hindus
, .  .  .....  |e ,        i thi       ms al  Mount
Lehn    i        the hlnk
rorkcrs, and    '       Mat,
,   ted to  'laving them Rround.
We are pleased to note that you recognize the necessity foi a general increase   in   salaries   owing  to   th��>   in-
WILL  ASK   FOR   ADVANCE.
^crcnto Street Railway Eiir-lovees
Dissatisfied With Present Conditions.
;-,, t,     h 21    Th      is much
mm     ig  str, el   railway em-
Mr.   Hawthornthwaite  and Mr,  Oliver opposed the line as being one for  8tration   somewhat     ineffective.    The
charter-mongering  purposes,  and   dis-   Del   result   was some amusing disord-
cussion  followed   which was prolong- erly scuffles and the arrest of nearly
id until Mr. Garden gol up and rather | seventy  - iffraglsts, who  were  libera-
cteased  cosl of living;  and  it  ;-    lur   Impatiently   moved   the   adjournment   'ed ou Mail at one*.
contention that, as the matter is still   of the committee, as there was a Gov-'    The raid  was led by  Lady  Harbur-
In the hands of the School Board, you  eminent caucus due.    The Opposition   ton, assisted hy  the  most   prominent
sh mid   act   In   accordance   with   that   and   Mr.   Hawthornthwaite   protest,..1   women who took part In the previous
view. againsi   making  the   meeting of   the  raids.    The women drove up in wag-
the favor of an   '  ;  i, -  commit e,  d, : en 1 on caucus, and on a   ons and after promenading before the
vote being taken,  tb.'  motion  to ad   Houw  of Parliament, stormed the en-
In,    ent-  journ   vas   lefi   ted. nance  to  the  House    of    Commons,
our   ' ��� I', im servants. Dr.   McGuir,   jumped  up  e where     the     police   reinforcements,
(He  e follows signatu   is,     each'      i   and, sh threatenln ;et    I    Irawn up for th,   iccaslon, awaited the
N  ." W er, March 20. 1    7 Mr. I ,:i'.        aid: and drove the women back.
\ ������ Id,    ble  Hi ���.   lon, a re-     "We ���������:    give I     i you for this. Wo      After  this  first rebuff, the women
n   w      pai     I   Instructing  tho  hai    been  vei     lenient  with you, bul   made a second determined attempl     i
tary to reply to teachers to the  now you will get 11 In the neck." penetrate  the police cordon, but  all
iiai the board will endeavor to Mr, Oliver retorted with great heat to no purpose, in accordance with
adjust salaries before the end ol the thai they could "do iheir damnedest," Icstructtons, the police employed
; resent year, the change taking effect and ii looke 1 as though the two woul 1 against the women as little force as
on Jan. 1. 1908. come to blows.   Then the Governmenl   possible.
I. Brodie, J. F. Johnston, J, Morrison.   ,;,,.... .    ecially conduct nd mo-     ^ ^^^ examlned t!)��� plan8 ,- .. men went ������, .��� hust!(, mnn, &upporti
"'ii  a  leaving' concern. T. .1.
I,reslden1 of the It. A. & I. so-
":' that the poultry exhibit
''     !i"l cost  the R, A. &  I. socl-
51,000, and  though be for
""J"""l like to Bee all the encour-
Ible given to the poultry
' "'  from a  business poinl of
1 o lition was not a sue-
; then moved and carried
James Bodwell, J. Patterson, W. A.
Bradshaw, Thomas Crowe, B, Munich,
r, d. McKenzie, W, Robins. A. Bre-
bant.
NO COLOR  LINE.
Negro  Chosen  Over   Four  Others  for
Rhodes Scholarship.
lorm, n. r, garding the agreemenl with
the in n ��� ���' whi, h runs oul in
June, Twenty cents an hour is the
, verage wag, 11 present, and II is un-
,', rstoo 1 the men will ask for 25 cents
nn hour.    The men have not been
ii al school, and decided to call for
;��� nders in the very near future. A
quantity  of  supplies  needed   a:   the
'', Sapperton  school  were granted, and
satisfied  for some lime regarding other
matters, and there is a general feeling
the new wing to be a bled to   :- ��'       and  In  their absonce  Mr,  Hawthi  n
thwaite moved an adjournment of debate,  which   this   time   carried   by   a|
good margin.
among
them that the manager would
other routine business transacted, after which the meeting adjourned to
meet again at the call of the chair.
like lo "kill" the union.
Stock and poultry show
i   ""     '   '"��� ���'.    Th,- ii,.;, seeming
,  !.'
wn, al  a  time thai   was chosen' o
poultry men have nn \ University
! Philadelphia, March 21.���Allen Le-
I toy Locke, colored, of Philadelphia,
who will be graduated from Harvard
university In dune, has been awarded
the Rhodes scholarship at Oxford university, which Ibis year was allotted
to the state of Pennsylvania, The se-
,,,,]���,, was mad,- by a commission ;
,maded by provosl Harrison of '���
,-.. vi,.-  of    Pennsylvania.     '��� '
Money to Spare.
New  York,    March   21���Announce-
WHEELS  REVOLVE AGAIN.
Eutte Street Railway Tie-uo is Over���
.  No More Transfers.
COMBINATION  LOST. ���	
.  Butte, Mont.. March 21.���The street
Salvadoreans   and  Hondurans   Defeat- mil way  company  resumed  service on
ed in Battle. ill lines this morning:, having granted
Paris, March 1.1���Tlir, following was the demands of the repair, track  and
rcci
Folk Plans Reform.
Jefferson City, March 21���Govern ,r
Folk last night called a special session of the legislature to meet April
1 to pass laws to provide for regulation of rales of public utility corporations; for regulation of dram sho;'s;
foi recall or removal of derelict public
officials and for suppression of race
track gambling.
four othei cr.ndl' n
Bankinq on Route.
nlent has been mad" that Mrs. Russell Paris. March 21���The following was the demands of the repair, track and I    Prince Albert, March 21���it is learn-
ga_e ],;,. donated $150,000 to the Am- received here to-day by the Nicarag barn men for an Increase to $3,50 from ed on reliable authority that Gordon,
S, mien's Frtend Society to be uan legation from the minister of for- $,'! a day for eight hours work.   Man-Fares  &  Ironsides, of Winnipeg, are
,      .m..i ijody In the , rectlon of a ��� ign affairs of Nicaragua.                      Wharton announces that because negotiating for a site at Prince Albert,
I ..;,;, ,     '.    .��� an l  Institut, Five thousand    Salvadoreans    and ol thi   incr, ased expense no transfers on which to establish an abbatolr, fa-
g���ge I,,,, al  ; given   $75,000 to Hondurans  have been  decisively  de- will be Issued hereafter.     The com-1 cllltles  necessary for   shipping   beef
Syrian    Protestant    Coll I ited   at   PortilloS    De    Naraaslque, ly's charter does not demand tran"-  and stock to Europe via Hudson Bay
...   g   in, a  bloody three-days' battle. fers.                                                        , as soon as the route is opened. THE DAILY NEWS
Ladies $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett, 6 Size Movement, Fitted
in 14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON  WATCHES
PHENOMENA IS SOME $50 BUYS
FULLY EXPLAINED
Real Estate
��n ���)���> ,
TENDERS.
TENDERS addressed  in Hi.
undersigned in Ottawa, und endorsed "Ten
dcra for surf i���,;,is." will l:,' received
up in noon of the.- isi nf April, L907,
I'm th,' construction of three Beebe-
McLellan surf boats with equipment
complete. Th,- three in be delivered
several good double tree of nil charges nn tho wharf ���>!
corners, $150 each, can be secured tbe  Agency   nf  this   Deparl nt,   in
       on n  rash navmeut nf   $50 Victoria, I!. ('.
fragmentary  solid material  in a  uw-i    <���" ���' <-aou i "���
,,       ,,,-,.,. Plans ami specifications can be seen
ance.    lhe lava usually  made its es-   .         blocks on   car   line.   $150  each. , .             ,. '      ,
- lAcie  uioms uu                  -r ni)l [or,ms ol tender procured, ai this
cash W���'"'    *80 Department,  Ottawa,  al   th,.  Agency
nts, li fronting <>i,  LOtb  ni this  Department,  Victoria, and  al
avenue I'm- sal,' en block  for $800  I he'   l'nst   , itlic-s   ai   Vancouver   and
This figures oul a, less per lot than$5l)  Xew Westminster, B. C.
Papers inserting ihis advertisement
wlthoui authority  will nol be paid.
F   QOURDEAU,
Deputj   Minister  of Marine' nnd   Pish-
^^^^^^B ^^^^_ t'l'it'S.
2bfl Columbia St., Departmenl of Marine ami Fisheries,
New Westminster phone 85"        Ottawa, Canada, March sih.   1907.
Frcfecsor    Bur^ash    Clearly     Defines
Volcanic  Eruptions���Conclusion
cc   Lecture. " ^^M
I Several  goo l   i"i -  in Burnabj.  i lose
t��� the car line, Each  $50
Volcanic    eruj.tions    were    usually
marked by  Uu- outpouring of melted|10Lh Avenu,'city
rock or lava, an l by  tin.'  burling e
liel materia] tn a eli
usually made its c
cape through a fissure in the side of
Lhe ninmu.iiu. which was breached by i
the enormous lateral pressure of the   Block of is
lava column as i: rose in th'' central
pipe.    More rarely ihe lava made Its
way iu tin. top an I flowed mil over
ihe rim.    The rugged nn1 lines of \'.'.-
nvius were  due in the    number    of
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corner   Z^Z^Aj
Vancouver, , ,', Ur<* s,re
vllle street,    I      lli��24-��5a
VV.   Wean,  \\    ,-��� ' M;'"in. K. "
Westminster offices ever, & k i
ternoon vl- Frir
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
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This   celebrated    Cement   is
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T    ROSEBANK   LIME. .
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
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breaches which had been made on
ever) side of it, each marked by ii i
own distinct lava-flow, whose black
.md slaggy surface led down the
slopes in ihi' poinl where the trickling mass, frozen stiff and solid, siill
rose threateningly over the many
vineyards. In Mauna Loa, however,
where Mi,' lavas �� ire remarkably li-
ijiiiil. the slopes nf lhe cone were' extremely gentle, and the frozen surface
assumed curving forms resembling the
���..-lines of lav. Occasionally a long
.;, !��� 1 ol' wlia' app, ire I to be ex^inc-
tive was rudely broken by a greal explosive outburst, which destroyed .ie'
entire tn], of tiie mountain, ami lefi
;e greal hollow nr cai lera, Such w is
the mosl frightful of recorded eruptions, that of August 1883, when after
a slumber of two centuries. Krakal ia
was blown Into the air, n mountain
Island 1,400 feet high being replaced
by a depth of more than a thousan 1
feet of water over a great part of its
area. A nearer example was Crater
I..ike., in on gon. That once fiery pit
was now occupied by a sheet of wat, r.
The detailed descriptions of these was
followed by examples from special
districts, including the surface of
the moon and the volcanoes of the
Pacific coasl of North America: Baker, 1
Ranler, Shasta an I the rest.
The gaseous products if volcanoes     English Watchmaker
ware a marked feature, but sl,'am was    Two  doora   from   Geo.  Adams,   Groce
ill,   prevailing  constituent,  all others
being    only    present    in     fractional1   Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
HOWAY,  REID  &   ;,,-,
tern,   solicitors,   etc li
street,   opposite   Court   H,,,"U)ri>
! Westminster. .. ,,..   '^
241.
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SIMMER-Sf^S-U-W,
SEEDS "
IN   Tlli:   MATTER   of   the Estate
JAMES  .loi;   KIMBLE,  decease I
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FRESH  STOCK
in. Package
bulk. List
Prices.
W. MYERS GRAY, .... ��.���.
and  Nol   :
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and
TAKE    NOTICE    thai   on  Lhe  15th
day of M ircli, A,  D.  1907, probate of
' In' last  Will and Testament  of .lane
Job  Kimble, late of the City <>f New
\\ est minster,   li   C,   decease I,    was
issued (e, me by the Supreme Court of   B0.?!*D,,0.F ,TR,A?.E        "' ^4
Brli Ish Columbia, and that all creditors and others having claims againsi
the Estate of the said deceased arc require l on or before the 20l li day of
April, 1307, I o se'iiel by posl prepaid or
to deliver to the undersigned, their
christian and surnames, addresses,
and  descriptions,  the  full  partlculat -
CURTIS' 	
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store of the,r c,a,���B; a ^"<''��"��l "f n��eiH_
��'    r accounts and the nature of the securl-]
ster Board oi meets in ill
Board Room, Cil Hall, as (ol ,1
Second  Wedn,   I ,   \lmA
Quart,..lv  me, on the secos
Wednesday    of F, iruary, Mil
August  and  N'o -   er, at 8 p,
���\nniial  mee  i the secoij
Wednesday    of Fe I lary,   yJ
members   ma; nosed id
elected at an e-";:'l
meeting.   A. K. ��� ���, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
F. CRAKE
amounts. Combustible gases were
rare; and the old idea of a volcano
as a burning mountain had no basis
^ , in fact. The Ham,'like appearances
noticed at nighl during an en ptlon
were due to the reflection from the
overhanging steam-clouds nf the red-
hot lava in the vent. The dust produced by the trituration of the loose'
blocks in the bottom nf the crater was
often so line thai it rivalled a gas in
its subtle diffusion to great distances. J
In the case of Krakatoa, the immense
clouds   of  dust   made  their   way   Into
Silvi
lo'iUl'iniiMiV     	
fai e, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watphes
case, $7.50 up.
Watches,   open
loume
tie's. If any.  held by them, duly  vei I-
fled.
AN!) FURTHER TAKE VOTICE
lhat after such lasl mentioned dale- 1
will pro e ,��� i in distribute the assets
of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which 1 shall
then b ive notice, and ; hal I w ill not
be liable for lhe said assets or any
part thereof lo any person or persons
ol whose claim.- I shall nol have
I notice at  the time of   such eiistribu
UNION LODGE, NO, 9. A. F.4A.I
���The    rei;n! u etlng  ol tj|
Is held on the F    I Wednesda)
each month, al        i. ick p, m,.
the   Masonic    i ��� ������   .������     ?',;.���ir::i(
brethren are ,       illy Invited I
tend.        Dr.   \\    a.  DeWoll SmiUj
Secretary.
Agent for ihe celebrated South Bend | tion
Watches, supplied   to   the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
chains. Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
KING  SOLOMON  LODGE,''O.U.I
P.   &  A.  M.   r ���    '.'Etimiiia|
lions of this I '.. ��� held ont
second   Tuesda ��� vm-\ imu'.S ij
Masonic Temple, ���' - i. tn. Vis*
lng   brethren   ��� ordially Inr,:)
to at lend.   D. W. (Ulchrlst, Ser.
toth | -
SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK,
X Telephones-  Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 t
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^_^^^__ X    ''"   "l'l'fr air, and were carried round
From the Clayburn Clay Co.   * ' ������. ���.,���.,,,_ glving p,se ,,, gorgeous sun.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE.   �� | sei   displays.
Tiie Schaake Machine Works,ud.
NEVv   WESTPfllNSTER, B. C.
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Great Northern Railway
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Blaine, Eelllngham, Burlington, Mt.
Vernon,   ISver, m. Seattle,  I'm Hand
S|,il,line',SMl'aiil.ami all  [joints  Easl
Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport,
Vancouver
"The OWl,"  between  Seattle,  New
Westminster & Intermediate points
Leave   New Westminster  for Guichon    3:50 p. m
Guichon 11 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
8:45 a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:10 a.m, Lv. For Vancouver.
ROUTE  OF THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trains 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis     and     all    tiniuts     Last.
For complete Information, rales, Lerth  reservation, etc., call
on or aldi'e ss,
!���'. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,       --       New Westminster, B. C.
II. M. ADAMS, Asst, Traffic Mgr.
King Street, I'nion  Station, Seattle, Wa3h.
TU.-SWTV
SUi^A.Jts-'
A series of views from KUauea and
other districts were useel to Illustrate
the types   of   scenery     produced    by
lavas   of   differing composition,   both
when unweabhered and after long-continued    erosion.       Mountain    scarps,
1 canyons, ami coast-cliffs  were all interesting t'i the student of the picturesque, when formed of volcanic rocks,
as they were the typical examples of
ruggedness.    They were Instructive to
the geologist, as they  were nature's
own dissections of t'i" vulcanic structures, and gave us our only opportunity  to stud.,' them.     This  part  of the
lecture was  illustrated   by  means  of
photographs of transparent sections of
j volcanic rocks classified and their origin In some measure understood from
the other minerals and their order of
' growth.
Professor   Porter,   in   moving    the
vote of bhanks, referred  tG the care
anl skill displayed by the lecturer In
preparing the Illustrations.    Principal
j Slpprell then announced the third lee-
'lure, which will he given bp Professor
Kerr, on Thursday, March 28, his sub-
I lei I   being  "The Greek   Athlete."
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Dated ai N'-w  Westminster th
la    . f-March, A.D.  1907.
.1.   II    TODD,
Executor of the last  Will of
James Job  Kimble, deceased.
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPT0RY,Nll.i:|
It.    B.    K.   of meets too:
Friday     of    , . num':
p.   ni.,   ln   ni n h ell, corner
Royal avenue I Tth streel
Journlng  Sir  Kn coi llallj i:|
vlted to attend. W. E. Dunlop. ff|
P.:  J. Hood, 11
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Prov
ince of British Columbia.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE, NO. HM
- Meets  In ti '������������   '  ' ���'������'���
mlrd Frlrtaj In ,     i n oul i il I,
tn.    Visiting \-
Invited to attei 'ope. W.*
.lames Humph
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO.
The regular me, s w>
are hold in (M :
bia street, ev, eve��
at 8 o'clock.    \ 1
dially Invited I i
X. (',.; ('. S. Ricl
Coatham.  It.  S
F. S.;  Alex   Vd
A. O. U. W.-FRASER L0CGE N��JJ
���Meetings the I      nnd lhir'' .   I
eltaa^aj
I
The  Liverpool Cup. H^
Liverpool, March 21 ���Danny Maher, \
the American  loekey, won the Liver-1
! ,,,,1 spring cup here to-day on Brldgi
ol   Canny,
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���George Kendall. Vancouver; W, A. Vaas, Vancouver; W.
Finch Page, Miss D. Finch Page, Vic-
''Mii; M. s. Mlddleton, Vernon;
George s. Fisher, Burlington; W, ll.
Ciunn, Vancouver; D, I-:. Snee, Vancou-
v< v; 10. C. Kemp, Big Rapids, Mich.;
K. Kvans, Seattle; A. McEachern,
Blaine;  J, ll. dans. London.
Windsor���B. Munuch, ll. Tltmus, I.
ilaidi, Langley; R B, Cunningham,
Chiiliwack; .1. C. Smith, Bellingham;
lames Roberts, W. Roberts, Lanark;
W. Roberts, Sedro-Woolley; N Bnrkle,
I angley; D. M. Stewart, Hatzlc Pralr-
li ; ii. M, Robertson, J, D. Roberts in,
Delta;   c.   Moses, North  Saaulch,
Colonial���Mark Reepl ieg, Poinl  Roil   S. Smith,  Dew Inej ;   lohn   Lament,  Duncan'-:   Mrs.   M.   Burgess,  N'i-
n:   !���'. !'. John iton, V in    in   ',
SEALED TENDERS a Idressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on tbe , in, lo] e "Ten ler for Timber Bei ib No 512," will i <��� rei elve i
at this Departmenl until twelve
,,'e lock im ii on We Ine day, the 1st
day of Ma, . 1907, for a license to cut
er  oi.   Berl li   N'o   .'.; '., 111 uate  ln
tbi   Prov Ince of British Columl la, on
the   Sm uh   Foi k  of  Silver   River,' In
il Tov nship  I, Range 26, Wesl of
the   6th   .'ei, ri Han,  ;.:. i    lesci Ibed   as
.'. m i lommencing at a posl   plant ���
��� ��� i on lhe North Westerly side' of the
- South Fork of Sliver River,
.- hei e ' he South Westerly boundary
of Timber ',', irth No,  1 !9, crosses the
me; ;In in e up i aid South Fori  un
le  i.i dlrecl   distauce  with a  depth
��� i    60  11, ilns een the  Soul li   Ea
\   .��� and   I" cli'iil..   on th,   N M "i   W '���  '
e . ly  : i I      hereol   mo i lire I   nl   .
angles lo I he general heai Ing of sal 1
South Foi l< h Ithin I he berth, contain
ii ��� an a." i of 800 acres, more or less.
The ' ei i h musl he surveyed with
In one :��� ear from thc date of the notice awarding the berth,
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may
be obtained al ihis Departmenl or al
the office of the Crown Timber Agent
nl New Westminster, B. C. | ~"
Each lender musl be accompanied j OOURT ROYAL C
''.. ..ii accepted cheque on n chartered bank iii favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amouni of lhe bonus which lhe applicant is prepared to i ay for a li-
. ense.
The highest or any ten ler nol nee
essarlly accepted,
No lender by telegraph will i e en
tertalned.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 ll istlngs St, W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthan I, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rwe   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. S?,l)If, B. A, Principal
i
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors, Pl.ltLLN (i KEYES,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, bat- Secretary.
teries,  wire  and  cables of all  kinds   : mrtmenl of the Interior,
and  sizes.    House wiring.    Motor In , Ottawa,  Fehr y ";,  1907.
stalling a   -   " laity.   All kin Is of re-
-���    - "'��� THE NIOPiNING PAPER IS THE BEST
i     J' D,?HBo^ETor.oprictor       WB, FOR JMT!!M
brethren cord "'���"''".:'
Lodge room.   \. "   I ���  'v : i
fellows'   block ""   '.I
S. Corrlgan, rc i   ler;   boul? Wl
master workn an.
POSE   OF   COLUMBIA   LODGE Nffl
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND, B,,��
lied   Rose I'
Foil rib  Wedn ^   |
in   K. of  P.  ll       '
8 p. m.. White It"
Wednesdaj    li    ���       '
time and  pla,
Visit    1
II.
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cordially    Invl ��� '      ������  -. .�����$
comb,,  Pics., li   !'
COURT BRUNEJTE.No. *M.4
-Meets ih,
lonth  at  S
hall.   Oddfellow
month   at   8   o',
Friday H �����
VIsltUf
brethren are <
lend.    J.  It   R��
Maxwell, u. S.
irth
blork.
C. It! F'
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OLUMDlA>fl
A< 0i F._The re'.-il'iM"'":'"1-
this  Loi I
and Foiirin ""r" ,\ ,,,fo]im\s
rdial.
lire Ihren  aie ;_ ih cj���i
itteml    I ��� ' '
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genre held on JW
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at 8 p.
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h.   j>,   Ma\wcl     	
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PERANCE meet   eu 3       ���
hi   v  o'clock  |.   d... I"      nri
Hull.    Columbia p.s.';,I)V.itiH��j
brethren are rordlalU �� R Bf0<!
tend, Geo. Burr, B. i*>
Sec.
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RCH 22, 1907.
A j
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Excellent Service.
Iew
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<hir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
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lints.
I peduced    Rates   Round   Trip
j  "(e5 to   Southern   California.
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Irand Trunk Ry.
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'.'    ���  ond Avenue. Seattle, Wash
'The Milwaukee"
["The Pioneer  Limited"  St.  Paul to
Chicago.   "Short  Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
"o 1     ns   ia   the   service   on   any
r        I  in  the   world that   equal   in
' at  that  nf the Chicago, Mil-
'  ik,    &  5t.  Paul Railway.    They
j     ' ��� p, rate  their  Own   sleeping
.     ..rs on alll tlu-ir trains and
[' "   ' patrons   an   excellence   of
���   ���  obtainable elsewhere.
11. S. ROWE. General Agent.
!        St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   :
Leave X. w. 15.40; an x. \,
C.P.R.  MISSION  111;
Leave X. \v. 8.30; ar. Seattle
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. x. v.   ,-.,���
C.P.R    WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION
Leave X. w  8.30, 10.3S, 15.40, 17.35
Arrive N. VY. 9.35, [1.35,  ,,;,,,   ;.  ,
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
^���S-^-h2e0a'm-; ar' Seattle 4 p.m.
>-\- N. W. 4..,i, p.m.; nr. Seattle 10 p.m.
V.. W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. VV. ?, p. m. ami 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
l.v.  X.  W. 9:35 am.;  ar. Guichon"
2.20 p.m.
l.v. Guichon, ^:10 p, m.; ar. N. W.
B:45 ;i in. and 0 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, C.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every hall hour ihe're-
'irter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
liiB DAILY NEWS
3
NEW'WESTMINSTER
__ HOUSE
FRIDAY, 22nd March
CRESTON CLARKE
In the Intense Emotional Drama
The
Messenger
Ragged
Whal the San Fran      . Exan ner ol
ebrunrv laMili saiel:
' "  '":i<   irl ei    a,   th,     ���
est actor in America. He takes the role
"I il." Rev,  lnl.:.   Mert ,,   .,,   the  pla
""���;   running at    he    .  .     . theatre
ni"! makes you forget it i
ai ���'..'
-   you
Pr.ces-
-$1.50,$1.00,
75c
50c
and 25c.
S, ..'
::
.
re
Wednesd
. rn ;..
Fraser River and Gulf
DP RIVER,
Beaver���
Prom X. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
Prom Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7
Ramoua���
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat, E
From Chwk. Sun., W, :., Fri., 7 a ;..
DOWN RIVER,
frunsier���
From N.W. dull; , ex. S in . , 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
Prom St, veston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Mail Service
Close. Re ���   1
Seattl Sumas 7.15 a.m. C     . tn.
8a]   ������ ��� 0 ind Mill-
si le, N'o. 1  7.45 a rn. 11.35 a.m
Van   mver,  No.  1. 7.45 a.m. 9. " a m
(JN'.n   Cl  ... dale,
Blaiu,   .Seattle.. S 15   ,m 3.30] m.
.' ���   & ��� ���:., Po k.li     a.m. 2 ���  1 m
 10 30 a.m. :��� 00a.m.
bias! Burnaby ....  1.13 p in. 1 15 p.m.
m Steveston, 1
���      1.30 p.m. 11.00 a.m
C.P R , ist, Sapper-
Ion, Millside ami
Coqultlam     3.00 p.m, 11.35 a.m
Van   an I  Burnaby 3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m
G.N.R   Flyer    1.00 , .in 11 00 p.m.
' ���    ���      nd, T les
an 1 Friday .  .. 12.00 m. l^.1 0 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods ot
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. AU Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel,
imbla St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
THE  BOOMERANG.
1"' of tlii- Moat Peculiar Weapons at
v. ,,r  Brer  It; * ented,
The boomerang is uu instrument used
both in w.ii- iinei in ii,,. chase by the
aborigines ol Australia. It is usually
about two feet In length, made of bard
wood bi'ut iutu n curve resembling an
,'hins,. angle, llm mi one. side ami
rounded on the oilier. The method of ,
using this curious wen] een is very pe- :
(������uliiir. The thrower lakes it in one
leiiud, holding the bent side downward.
and hurls it forward as if to hit some
object twenty or twenty-five yards lo
advancp. Instead of continuing to go
directly forward lu accordance with
thc Newtonian law it slowly ascends
in the air, whirling 1   md and round,
describlug a beautiful und g netrlcal
curved line till it reaches a considerable height, when it begins to retro
grade, finally sweeping over the head
or the projector, striking the- object for
which it was Intended, which is always in the rear.
An English officer lias this to sny ol
the singular weapon: "The boomerang
Is one nf tbe most curious weapons ol
war ei or Invented, ni ieast by a bar-
bar ms 1 e i] le, 11 er Is it easy to comprehend by w hat 1.1.. of projectiles it Is
made i'i tui.e' tbe siugulnr directions
tbal II frequeutlj tl ,cs. I have seen a
ii;iii>. e- thr iw one so 11 tee make it go
forty or fifty yards I. uizontiilly and
imi more than four feet from the
md. it would tin".) suddenly dan
iii'.'i lhe air t.i tin' height of fifty or
sixty yards, describe a very c insider
able curve aud finally fall at his feet.
In all cases, uo matter how thrown,
the boomerang keeps turning with
great rapidity, like ns if on a pivot.
making a loud, whizzing noise all tbe
while."
HIGHLAND CROFTERS.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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
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TIME TABLE
B.  C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(S    ject to ch ei.-" witho .; noti, e).
s s. Im   ���< - Van,
Amur '���'��� ���  "i']-
Princess Beatrice  i',!    1 Ihi
Aih.tr    !���       -
Princess Deatrice  F< ��������� -v'';i
VANCOUVER Vie'i'i::: \ ROUTE
S S.  Princ ss \ ictoi      ��� ives   Van, ou
ver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Vlcteorla dail)  a1 1 a.m.
VTCiORlA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRIC E.
Leaves Victoria .mi;', ��� \- pi Monday
at S:20.
COURT OF REVISION
TAKE
Th
and
ji ��� Ci '.
hVlHTi
.'MR HA
[Siind
������,.
IBaintii : 1
ieil    j,
I.    II
e White Pass
Yukon Route
RAD, CARCROSS, ATI.IN,
HORSE,   DAWSON   and
NKS. Daily trains (except
carrying passengers, mail
md freighl connect with
Carcross and White Horse,
"V,  a  through  winter  service
formation apply to
Ri IGERS, Traffic Managei
Vancouver.   R   C
JJUHTIC STEAMSHIPS
!1!JHE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
-^INEST  AND   FASTEST=
it ���      	
%
IB.OOO*
'fm* 1 EMPRESS OK IRELAND J     IONS
lhe time to send  for your
1 '������'! Lhe Old Country while the
'   : >w.    TouriBt Sleepers run
" to conned  with Empress
ML'.  April  19th,     For other
ite, apply to
l.i' QOULET.
CPU. Agent.
MPRESSES1
[EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,800
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS  '''TV  OF NANAIMO.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Sundays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S, Joan
!.,, ���.,- Vi ncouvi: daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
L, aves Victoria  a*   11   p.m. on  1st,
;th, and i i'ii '    h ni mth for Clayo-
,inn;;   !��� av, - V   '. |-[a    . n    20th    for
Quatslno and �� ay points,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
LeaveB New Westminster on Mem
Jay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
.111 Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturdaj
it 2 p. in. with additional trip >>n Monday .11 "1 a. in
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. ni.: Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. ra.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Vlondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
nnd Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
SkidegatQ on first trip and Bella Coola
nn second trip. Time on arrival nnd
leparture are approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED, QOULET,
Agent,  Lew Westminster
B. .1. COYLE,
>���t. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
J, W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
v 1TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi
Assessmenl Roll for the year 1907
has I een returned to me, and r, m Ins
in my office, where it maj e ins] - c
ted by any person having .111 interesl
therein, until th, sit 1 lng ol the Cour!
1 : Rei Ision.
The   firs;   sitting  ot   the   Court   ol
Rei Ision on the said A   1, n   1  .1
will 1 e h, Id . ; '!''��� ���' ���':���   Hall, in ih<-
sai'l City on
MONDAY. April 8, next,
at 1" o", ocli In the forenoon. Any
;. 1 son intending to app, al againsi
I b, ass, ssmenl must .;��� - in wi iting
to be filed with tli- City Cle ���.
leas! si ������'��� :���. daj s b< I re the ti: si sitting ol   thc   Court,
W.  \. DUNCAN, City Ch    ..
City Hall, March 6, 1907.
Land Registry Act.
Re Sub livisi n      and  9 ol  Lol  v-.
iu    an   Bl        7, S< ���     ���      '    In '��� '
City.    Whereas  p ��� oss of
Certificate   of   Title   Numb, 1    51321,
issue 1 in th,' na of G     ���   '���'. Pride,
'1   ��� ' een Bl, 1 In this 1 Hi e.
\  Lice Is li< rebj  gl .��� n   hat I shall,
. ��� the expl ation of one n  mth I om
Lie ,    the lir-' : il I ati in h, n
lie tte ol the said Certi-
ft,. te,  mil, ss In the itlme valid
0 lection be ma I   to        li   ivrltln
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Lan I  Registry Office,  N, w Westml 1
ster, li. ('.. March 13, ll 17.
How They Lived in ilu- Middle <>( tin
l.:iMt  Century,
In the middle' of ihe last centurj
the crofters lu thc west highlands
seldom saw money ami never needed
it. They erected leer themselves huts
mostly built of turf, floored with <lay
and roofed with heather. They kept]
n few cattle, goats and sheep, whlcl
grazed at will on the' open hillside
ni-ui provided them with milk ano
wooh They lived" a truly simple lit'e.
/imi their ueeds were' few. They grew
oats fur their own food and potatoes'
which formed their other chief artlclt
of diet. Tea was an unknown luxury, lt was by im means uncommon
to find persons who bad never tasted
It, Wheaten bread Lad never been
seen In those parts. Their id,,thes
i were made from the fleeces of theii
own sheep, spun and woven by thi
good wives during the long wlutei
nights and dyed from the simple' dyes
made from ihe lichens which grew ot
the stems of trees er on the bowlders
of rock In the neighborhood, Th'
whisky they drank came from score;
stills on the hillside and had uevei
paid excise. The' nearest parisl
church was often many miles awuy
No stho'il was there for the children
V,ry few of tbem, indeed, could vent
or write. Still fewer hail ever Ik-hm'
a word of English spoken. Their spli
Itlial needs, however, were not nog
leeie'il. fur they received eon-taut vis
Its from the "men," as they we're eai!
ed. who had constituted themselves th,
spiritual guides of their neighborhood
���Blackwood's Magazine,
SIMPLEand
LASTING
as well as sanitary results are
obtained from th* use of Alabaatine.   Instead of deteriorating with age, it actually
becomes harder, until at last  it forms
part of the wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsoms rooms, leaving your walls fr��e from th�� dili-
rium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabaatine, if you will ask us. Let us show you & tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustibfe pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1X17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
N'ew York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department, Deposits received in sums of $l and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rale) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $1GS,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
0. D. BRYMNER, Manager-.
Old   Time   FloKKlntrx.
An acl of the time of tj'.iei>:i Eliza
belli ordained that vagrants were to In
"stripped from the middle upward an-
whipped till the body Is bloody." four
pence each was the recoguized c-harg,
made by the "wblpmnu" for ever;,
male ami female vagrant who passcc
through bis hands, but on Epeclal ,"���<.���:,
slons this sum was exceeded. Says tn*
constable's account of Great Staughton
Huntingdonshire: "May. 1091. ��� Paid 11
charges taking up a distracted woman
watchiug Inr and whipping her ue:-;'
day. 8 shillings ,'��� pence." After whip
ping people according lo tbe sintutt
the authorities sometimes gnve tbem t
letter recommending constables anc
others "lo bo as charitable as the ia\��
permits"
^
Special General Meeting
R. A. & I. Society
A special general me, ting of the
Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society will !���(' held in the City Hall,
Wednesday, March 20, 1907, at 8 p.m.
Business: Selecting the dates for 'his
year's Exhibition; reception of reports from the differenl revising committees for this year's Prize List, and
any other business that the members
may wish to bring forward.
By order.
W.   II. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
N'ew  Westminster,  B, C,
March  Gth,  1907.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Now WistmlnBter, B.C.
Sen   Oiler Skin.
The fund,!' was taking his stock out
of the <��� eld storage room. It came
forth frozen stiff aud coated with glistening white frost. But ihere was one
beautiful skin lhat, though just as stiff
ns any of lhe others, bad uo fro it on It.
"1 want you t e look at this skin." In
Biiid, "lt is the kind that ti.'' rlche it
Uussians, grand dukes, and s 1 on, have
ti,, ir o\ere 'at collars made e.r. it Is a
sea otter's sklu, nnd it Is so expensive
that oite'ii e.ne coal collar of it will cost
$300, it Is unquestionably the best
sklu In the world to make coat collars
of, Why? Look nt Ihis one, aud you'll
see. All my other skins are covered
with frost, while on Ihis fur uo fl'OSl
whatever appears, And lhat'* the reason why sea otter sl.'.us make the best
coat collars. The breath, for some unknown reasqn, doesn't freeze on them."
���New York Press,
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL ASSETS  45,400,000
Eighty-live  branches, with Correspondents   throughout
the world.
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account,   Interest added four
times a year.   Start to-day.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   0   O'CLOCK.
Dlittnffulahed i>>   Movement*.
Observant and far sighted persons
distinguish at great distances u man
from a woman, not by dress, face or
figure, but by movements. The motions of the most graceful of men are
ungainly when compared with tho sinuous line's that most women Instinctively
assume. It often happens that a single
motion of a distant figure, and especially n motion of the arms above the head,
ivill Instantly determine for a trained
Observer the sex of the person. If anv
one doubts this let blm note the awkward, wiudmiil-iiUe performance of a
man arranging his hair and the grace
ful curves and ,1,'fi touches with which
a woman accomplishes tbe same thing
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
!:.  E,  WALKER, President. ALEX,   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
	
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.    Accounts may bo opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT. '  \:',J",$:
Deposits rf $1 and upwards received.    Interest allowed at current rates and
added  four times  a year.   The depositor is subject to no delay
whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���TI. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS II'
rs
tiie DAILY NEW?
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-j
llshing   Company   Limited,   at    their
offl, es,   corner   of   Sixth   and    b'ront
Btreets, New Westminster, is. ('.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
��� never a suspicion of gntttnesa
you taste the piquant savour���thc
crystal melts uncorxiou.!/.
ADVERTISING   RATES. . , ,	
Transient   display   advertising,    l"   __-,_-.__.   ,.,......���
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines to fAUFI Iff DFAfHK
the inch. Five cents per line for LVIllLlLI IlLrtVllLJ
BubsequenI Insertions.
Reading notices, hold face type, -11
coins per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager. ���
..SV'  Want' lor'saiir lost   "EN   -GNORE   ULTIMATUM   IN  SE-
or  found, rooms to let, etc.. on,' cent '       ATTLE    STRIKE���POLITICS    AN
jx'i'   word.     No  advertisemenl  taken
for less than LT, cents. ISSUE.
ACUTE STAGE
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office   	
Night  Office   	
.-..,���
A22      Seattle, March 21.���The confficl be-
B22  tween   the   Master   Builder^' Association and  the Building Trades Assembly has reached fin acute stage.   The
���^������������-���- ������  labor union leaders have t'uilel abso-
FRIDAY,   MARCH   22,  1907. iutely to answer the ultimatum of the
Tli,'  latter have  deter-
<ii��iigHMi.i*Ft-'
THE   WHITE   PLAGUE.
employers.
mined   to  force   lhe   issue,   if  need   be.
li is ie, be hoped that the committee  They  are' prepared  i<> starl  work on
oi'  imsine'ss  men    appointed    ut   the  Lhe buildings now Idle In Seattle with
nieetima held yesterday afternoon, to
e eel New Westminster's share of
the building fund for the tuberculosis
siiniieii iuiii. will press the work; thai
th, ii mu eai to the eli Izens will meel
wi 'mi liberal response, ^s Dr. Fagan
p, Int, I oul In addressing the meeting
:. :��� i i clay, nearly all civilized countries are now fighting tuberculosis
and the success whirl, has attended
the v.'m li Is mosl gratify ing. In England, ilu' death rate has heen reduced
50 pei cent.; in Germany, 60 per cent.
The oil Ideas -thai consumption is
Incurable, ami thai It is hereditary���
have been shown to be false. Taken
in ihe' earlier stages, 90 per cent, of
eas es i an be cured, Bul special
Inn menl is necessary; or rather, ii
Is necessary thai the patienl be under
the care of doctors and nurse's who
are xperts Climate���particularly as
t ,   the  dryness    and   density  of   the
non-union men, beginning nexl Monday, provided there Is ��� i tfeti lemenl
nf the Bghl between now and then.
The possibility ol naming a candidate for mayor lu I90S, backed by the
united labor organizations of the city,
entered Into tin discussion al tin
meeting of the executive commlttei
o! the Building Trades' Assembly
In Id ihis afternoon. The Influence ol
the labor leaders of San Francisco,
who have' urged the formation of a
strong organization here, was fell in
i In' meeting, an I ii was decided to
make no immediate answer to the ultimatum of lhe contractors.
Labor organizers from San Francis-
���,- anl Portland are here urging that
the labor unions tie up the officials of.
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Imposition
in a hard and fasl agreement, providing for the employment of union laboi
This is a Clothing Store where Good Clothing
is always Cheap and Cheap Clothing is always
Good.
If you desire a depandable Clothing- Store to
trade at- a store that will fulfill its every promise
to the letter-a store that does an "open and
above-board" business, with
One and the Same Price
For Everybody
It's here and we're at your service, Sir.
Your Boy can come here and buy Clothes as
cheat) and as safely as you can.
If you want a Clothing Store to tie to and to
bank on, we ask your patronage.
We are just in receipt of several cases of the
"Fashion Craft" and "Progress" brands of Suits.
rms,
iini
SOMETHING  GOOD^j
GARDEN   LANDS
1, e acres al  Halls  Prairie, close' to   postofflce  aim
cleared; 7-room house, wiih bath; learn 90x100, :: [owl
slaughter house'.   Price $11,000, $5,000 cash, balance ea
160  acres in  Chiiliwack  district, all   cleared   and   ;
Price $12,000. half cash, balance I nml 2 years,
77 acres, Ift  miles from Westminster Junction, fromli
cleared.    Price $70 per acre, one  third   cash,  balan,.' i |
80 acres. 2  miles  from  Westminster Junction, all i
per   acre,   one   third    cash,   balance ease   terms.
340 acres on I'itt jLaUe, 100 6cre"B'open bay land,
Price $20 per acre, $1,000 down, balance on  easy  terms
S acres em Vancouver road, close to car line; ,, room n
house;  25 fruil trees;  small fruits;  hot  house;  worksho
Price $-1,200, $1,000 down, balance  1,  2 and 3 years al ,; ;���.
il  acres on corner Hastings mill  Royal Oak roads  $1
I'* aires on car line at city limits;   5-room   bouse     i,
house;  I good cow and stable;  household furniture; mi ���
Price $3,150.
Call   and  see  cur  list of houses nnd lots in the city.
i "ii
���
h
le
���   ',
50
sia1,!
Per acre.
1 hens
' '
:��n| bei
��� ���...
ents
only  in  the cousi ruction  ,,:'  the  fair
atmosphere���is    also    an    important   ,,,,ji,iin<^-
matter.    When ii is remembered that	
consumption   kills  200 persons every
year  in   British   Columbia;   that   the
H. L. DeBeck
The Satisfactory Clothing House
Cor. Sixth & Columbia Sts., New Westminster, B.C.
HALE  &  LANE,   Real Estate A,
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
Dpnng Jjuitmgs
Just Arrived one of the largest
complete stocks in British C<
ai?
most
oiumina
UP
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. 8 17.00 UP
Street Improvements.
majority of these lives could be saved,   To the Editor of the Daily News;
and the spread of the disease largely
Awful Death. northwes corner   of  Second   avenu,'!
Seattle, March   21���Willie    Wall.   I aud   Pike street,   ul    11   o'clock   ihis
Sir,���I  see a  "Ratepayer,"  In writ-   years old, son of Mr, and  Mrs. Chris, morning. James Riving, 20   ears old
checked, were a proper sanitorium in   ���,, ���, ,,���. Coiuml)lar.  ls n���. .
operation,  nothing  more nee,]  be  saiel
York Station, was crushed to death   parents of the child and  thr,
Hail he lived as long as _onie of the   in  the elevator of the Eltel  building, j persons saw  the accident.
s
i   satisfied   j   Wall, who until a few days ago lived   was the elevator boy In charge. Doth
with   ihe  Improvements  In  the  Wesl
lo emphasize   the'   Importance of the   j,-,,,.
Work.
li is estimated thai the sum of $1on.-   , .
"thei ratepayers, he won.! remember
IH)', will In' i-,.||iin-eil io huilil and e,|,lip   ,,.,,  _._,    ,  .
1   '    nini some years ago, there was JS.fl'in
ii   proper  sanitorium,  and  everv one  .,.,���.,,,���.,.,,��� ,    ,
.,,.,.,, . ' iippiopriated    for    improvements    in
should    <*���    il   bo, h  a   iirivi eee  ami  a , ,   ,
each ward, and thai some of the aldermen said, at the time the legislature
such a noble abolished the ward system thai "The
money was in the bank to be used on
Improvements as ni e le 1 or vote i
DYING   BY   ARRANGEMENT. upon."
>   Subsection   (f) of section  1, of  bill ^Vl' are -i;l ' to see thei  have begun
���_N-(,  -   which the Attorney-General in- '"iprovemonts,   bul   would   rather   see
,         ,.] trie i.;'"'r day, makes cert tin ':: '������'���  l)Ul    ivhere   needed.     fs   not   a '
provisions aboul  an flnnuilv "purclwu- jlf*walk ou each side of a  ',   ���-,- t,
ed  or provided  by -anj   perBon dyjng    :"':'-':'  Brassed over, -e for or-
pn or after the 'flrs, llav 0f May, A.D. ' :iment Hum ti         Down one slide of
],.���    eithe'
Satisfaction guaranteed or  money   refunded.     Suits
tree or charge for one year.     Open eve:-.
  THE ���-
i.
pt  m repair
duly   io  contribute     something���how
ever     small���toward
work.
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
257  FRONT STREET A,    T   A x-^T-nv
Cor.   McKenzie   and    Front M.     LAlNOlKY
by   himself  alone, or  ln
''    ' -; . or bv arrangemenl  with any
itC'"
"' .- ; erson.
h ire of the  $8,000 appro iriate i.
'. ; In '���. in "a this hi .
Ir; I. '���'���! bo u ��� the gi ass - il
anl .    nl  ii' ihey do nol  c ml in i
I'ilih avenue, between I Ith and 16th
sireets, (he three nl ml, sidewalk is
In many places dang, rous,
Vs'far as  I  know there  lias  ncvei
,,       ha ��� "i, to anv person to die "hi
1:   .   elf al me"; but dying "in concert,"
and  dying "by arrangemenl with an;
o     r jn : -mu." are phrases ��hicli  ap-
|e, ���    o require some explanal lon when
on    :.     ts  them  In .. bill  introduced    ;"-   ma>   exl,ec<    !ll!<    'll" "Times"
I..   ;..  Minister of the Crown In a  Brit-   ��-111    " ;';''':' ,!i":ii for -,l,slice'
Isi Islature.    The plot'of a receni ANOTHER RATEPAYER.
novel   ' irns   upon   an  agreemenl   be-  ���
"  men  thal  '":" of '1:"'"  w:|-    BOOM YOUR  BUSINESS BY  ADVER
' '                '    S,llcide   Wlthi"     n     glVGn   TISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
time;       I   we have, all heard of two 	
,i"i'1-'   smicide    tether;      CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
but one h expected   the Govern-   -  ~���-.
menl   n    the   Province legislating  for   LOST���On   Front  str   it, a  c   tl   with
ses. papers, iettei ���-. etc., of value I i own
1 ���"     H, critl      iggesl    thai the      er only,  in  pocket.     Fin ler  please
' in    nol   have the meaning It       return  papers to Daily Xews  Office
ii mi h ive    ��� h it II  mav be sine dlf
pi    a     md i ample of "English as she
is   wrote."     if   thai   view   lie  correct,   FIREMAN   .WANTED���Goo      wagei
w, ���.      iggesl   thai   Ihe Govern-      Stead;  job; eight-hour shift.   Apply
ii     .   emploi   sou; a.  i i revise  iis      ,r| manager al Gas  Work till
i : fore  1 !m".   are   bi ought   dov n
An    iffl, ���   the   E lueatl in  Depart-
i. i ��� mighl do, or n i ha] ��� a school
trust, e could l'1, foun I wh i would
give his si rvlces for a con dderal i m,
of course.
HAT IS N
ie, rai e good    lock Is   ;o   I Fl IEI'    We      ������
besl d;.1..     Make' j our ch 1,     n    hi riving
. a I hen ; our live   loc milding up
. e CARXAC
LADIES hai       ou tried the P    I ry  Flour made
i i    upany.    If not  Te lephono ������ '���',',  ind ti
nl'tair.eil     r,   i     e lenl
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHAN
P.:;r::;T STREET
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TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in tiru ��� . Have large and Binall
i ra'' ni; wai i If you wish lo
bui or sell, ' me !���:. i:. Chandler,
107   Hastings St.,  Vancouvi r, B.C
JOB  PRINTING���We work    for    thc
n Oliver, M.P.P., wants  lo know |;osl  people   of Xew    Westminster,
if      '    Gove rnmenl   Intends   lo   build yom.   orjor   wjh     , ,.    , p]  ,, ja:, ,
'���' '    '���   school house al  Annievllle this ARROW   PRESS,   Room     I,    Dail
Pummel', bnl neglects to ask the com- Xews  Block, Mi;s.   DOMIXY   Prn
plemenlary   question, "If   so,   who   i�� ������	
t'i  i       the  job?"   Mr,  Oliver   is    nol ���      ^^                          j��"v
wonl              so  remiss. |��   ^L_f��      ''?��� '*"' '       C3e   %��
We are now talking Spring Shoes. During
the past week we have been working night and
day unpacking the largest consignments of
Spring Goods that were ever landed in this city.
Our Shoes have heen specially made by the best
Canadian and American manufacturers.
For Ladies we are showing choice lines of
Oxfords in Patents, Yici, Gun Metal and other
popular leathers.
Our stock of Men's Spring Shoes is made up
mostly of Patents and very light Velour Calf
goods, in Oxfords ancl high cut styles.
If its Spring Shoes you want, come to us.
Our store is full of them.
DAINTY
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A. J. BIRTCH
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Invitation to Banquet.
Position   Offered  to   LonHon   Inspector
London,    March   21.���King     Alfonso '���
bas il eld, 1 to revolutionize' his Span- All   members  of   \mity   Ubd��e,  No.
ish   police  methods,  and  tee establish 27, I. O. 0. V.. anl all residenl and so-
:,   criminal   Investigation  departmp'nl journing   Oddfellows  and  their wives
modelled on Scotland  Yard.     He has and  all   Rebekah  Sisters, are invited
offered the position of chief of the re- by the members of Koyal City Lodge,
organized force to Inspector Arrow, of No, 13, I. O. O, ������'.. to attend a banquet
lh,    London   lore,   with   a salary   of an 1 entertainment   In lhe Oddfellows'
$5,000.     H  is slate,I  thai  llis Majestj hall  on   Friday  evening,   March  I'.P.nd.
v.-, -   much   Impressed   by   the   police j 1&07,  al   9 o'clock,    celebrating    th,
methods wh"n he was here.     He has D6l.h Anniversary of the Instil ition of
been   assisted   by   Queen Victoria  in Royal Cltj   Lodge, Xo. 3.
forming his plans. I    Bj or I, .             c. s. :::   th, r,s,
���������NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk
oooooooooooooooooooo
iio
Big Shoe House
���   -    NtW WESTMINSTER
Highest Prices Paid for   STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all description."..        Also bay an
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPWf"
ROPE. We also buy and sell zve'}^'"
Between   Columbia   and
���wm^Fraser River Hotel
Ar.
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WH n.M   V>   1907.
y, MARCH ZA
TIIE DAILY NEWS
^���""^         ^ m��^������ ��� ���__��� ^ nnd    iii.iiu-    for     Two  amusing comedettas  wl
I ...There's Just One Chance in a Thousand...
Superb
Exhibition
of
attractive Spring Goods
plenty of room  now to show to advantage the
pW Fabrics, Garments and Accessories which have
heen pouring in for weeks from the fashion centres
f Europe and America. Both stores are bright with
iheir beauty; but an early visit is necessary to see
this beautiful display in its entirety, as already some
. ..,.,  oicest things are being Mild.
Easter Costumes
,.,.       greens, browns, blue . blacks, fawn . reds, creams, shep-
w checl   .   tripe . in fact all the prevailing  pattern
..  materials,    Venet ans,   Worsted .  Tweed .  Che\
.      '_, iroadcloths,   Taffeta  Cloths,  etc.;  Bolero Jackets, Ponj
;���    ' tckets, Pleated Skirl . Panel Skirts,  an I all  the new
|. iork.
���<,   $18.50 to $40.00
.   1,,        2.50 le   25.00
r t v.-, tu "n nn
\"..- 	
ring    iim    Tidy,  tli
hone A.  IM.
florist, j produced in the 3t. Barnabas hall on
Tuesday evening next, under the auspices   of   ihe St.   Barnabas Dramatic
K. c. Brown leaves this moral ��� foi
|      iei on  i��;��lit- i
EMjMjMjMjMjMjMjMjMjMjMm       ^^M .   ,        ,     Tlliellsnilil II     Veal',"    .'1 I'M     111,'    title.    Oi
All-Maiiilaiiil    vs.    vancouve"
^m       ^aajm^swrn .   I dub. "iei on parle Francals," ami "A
\ictoria,  where he  will   play  m  the1
Island
il ...      natch.
the two plays, the plots being most
amusing.    As a Strong cast  Ibis  heen
The  Rev. Mr,   Croucher,    of  Vale  effectively drilled under the Joint   dl
who has  ii'.'ii   spending a  few   days   rection of It. It. Hill and Grant Davis,
with  friends   In  the    city,    returned  an enjoyaihle evening is assured.
home yesterday.
All. Shiles, alter making a thorough
The Canadian I'.anu of Commerce tour of inspection of the piles support-
announce aai iii future they will pay inu' the markel wharf, has come to the
interesl on Savings Hank accounts (inclusion thai a number of them
quarterly on 2Sth February, !,lsl May, need to be replaced al the earliest
lllsl Augusi  and :in|li November.
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house fuiaishing you might not know
just where to go for the Best FURNITURE at the Best Bargain
Prices. Take no chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen i ���"
N'ew Westminster or surrounding country and the unanimous verdict
of Merchants, Traders, Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
homes bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE for Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains. Coverings
for Furniture, e>r any article required for complete house furnishing,
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium j
DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
Thomas Blackledge, James Topping
ARTISTIC
MILLINERY
FOR EASTER
. ilified approval and
, ir spring millinery
i'ii  from discrimin-
.��� ���.   .   men  has encouraged us
��� efforts.     More new
; M m ��� al   have  arrived   ev
since 1        : ening   right    from
centres of  the east.
m ... rted flowers, foliage',
plumes, etc     See  the  beautiful
| - Tl   ,'r��' the finest we've'
���     eel
possible moment.    The greater num-
.,.,.���   i.,.,,...,,.���...     ,  .. ���. ...      .        i:e''  of   piles   are   Still   in   fairly   good
1 nonius uiacKieuge, .lames  lopping
,,, i   ,,   -i.. ,   ,,   ,, ,,    ,. ,   [condition, ami the wharf is in no dam
��� nnl   It.   I rench, i In ee voting  English-
ne,-.     ,\  reporl  of ihe alderman's in
men,   arrive.I   In   the   cil >    yester I i\
. . ,     .... s);ection will lie presented to ihe o.her
.' mu i.'. uo M.     I hej Intend to mai e
in, mhers   of  Hie  cltv  council   at   to-
ei i ���       ime in New   Westmin-
nighl s committee meel lng.
,. nf >he Dllode- ''"' "lidnlght stillness of the slurry
..  ai the  .," ,'uhI  'A:l' b,'oke�� l:lsl evening bj   Ar-
i     :              lllxeil the hand- ch,e Tlni""' who' Nvllil" navigating in
i, which    mi isto lie ' n,anner tontrarj  to the city bylaws.
ince  ol   an   In ; '" foul "'' oftlcer Johnston, who re-
,1  the city. '("' T""rl" '" accompanj   him to |
the p.opulai' resting place'.    Thtirlo re-
Hen      Baker,   who slsted,  and  a mixup  ensued.    Officer
il in th    i. i;   I C il iin imi hospital Bourke came to the rescue, and disen-
U'i Inesday    morning,    will    take tangled   the  two  wrestlers.    After   a
ice toil                             ol  England careful   scrutiny,   he   recognized   his
��� ��� :     the Rev. A. Shildrick offlci- brother officer, nnd assisted in escort-
iting.    The  leceased was i',7 years of inn the offender to the lockup.
ige.
The Xew Westminster lliuh School
The Rev. il. Beacham, of Holy Trim   football team will go over to Vancou
it;   church,   Vancouver,   will   give  an
iddress al    lie evening service to he
IN
..   New Soft Front  ..
SHIRTS
All nice new patterns
hi Id al  7mm at  St. Barnabas church.
'l'li'. address will be of an interesting
ature, and a large attendance is desired.
ver to play the Vancouver city team
(juniors) for the championship of r>.
('.. on Saturday. The game will be
p'ayed al the Camble street grounds,
and will commence at :i o'clock sharp,
j The High School team will line up as
follows:   Coal, G. Corbett;   full-backs,
'lie l.i ��� ���:   in ihe amusement list Is I j
,...,.   . ,,;    ..,,.;;,   ;u   '   Gifford, J. Davidson; half-backs, D
Queen's Park,'between the girls of the   BarcIay'  ('' ()*'''��""'>'' '���-    Lattimer
High and Public schools.   The. lassies   P����-^cks,   H.   Munn.  O.   Wllkie,   K
,      ,    ,        , , . McKenzie. (!. C'urrie, A. Sharp.
have been hard al work practicing and
nine   clever   'play   is  expected   when
��� .:>. fall channel's un Me the bat.
While they last
50c - and - 75c
the shirt
Elegant Accessories for Faster
Lcng Black and White Kid Gloves, Tan, Brown, Beaver and Mode
5u   e Gloves;   Leather,   Silk, Elastic and Metal Belts;   Purses, Hand-
, Cashmere and Lisle H siery and   Hose  Supporters;  Combs,
.    Sets, ('nil.irs, Veils and Veilings,   Ribbons, Plaid Ribbons, 30c to
ird; Flowered and Stri]   I Ribbons, wide widths,  25c, 35c, 50c
per yard;   New Col >red R bb i -. :' iwered, a well  nigh  match-
Distinctive Styles in Spring Dress Goods
���      Jn,  French and English Suitings.    We know them to be ge
:ause   we  bought   them   from a  London, E_ng., houseandnaid   fi
II. Gruyelle, a well to do rancher of
'. lowna, i- al | resent In the city for
few days, enjox ing ins flrsl trip to
the .. ��� He expresses himself as
leiiiL' charmed with New Westminster
and cannol si:eal< too highly of the
i' ia ial  ap] ear nice of the city.
Mr. an I Mrs, K. A. Pollard, and Mrs.
W. G. Braun and family, of Red 1 *< *��� r.
Alberta, are among the latest arrivals
��� i nm the lan 1 of snow and sun.   Brlt-
���   i.-li Columbi I i Iim.Me appeals to them
*   very strongly after their recent expei
The Portland V. M. C. A. boys and
the N'ew Westminster Senior basketball teams will meet for the second
time this week al the Armouries this
evening, when a strong name is anticipated. Although defeated on Wednesday evening, the city players have
not losi hear,, and promise to ,Io better this evening. They havi' improved the Intervening time between the
iwei games by having as many practices as possible, and will consequently be in better shape to receive the
visitors than was the case on Wednesday.
-.'   ence through an exceptionally severe
"i   win ler.
For  cul   hya, inths,  i a. nal Ions  an 1
PHILLIPS
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Columbia Street
Judging   Competition.
In spite  of the inclemency  of  the
;;/;:,.mm <���.-'��������� ���. ?eedude*���i I -' ��>*.u.^*���T
Cl ,th . Vic     is, I       tone W irsted .  San
1 50   1.25. ' .00, 75c a \ ai
Donegal
:.   &  Son, fl ��� isti
Tel . B205
Smart Shirtwaist Suit Goods
     _    t uatrns   Henriettas, Eoliennes, etc.,
Worsteds, Mohairs, Sicilians, Lustres, Henri u   -
75c, 50c and 10   per yard.    Plaid S.Iks in colors $    andBw
:    Ba k and White, Blue and White Pl^dSxlks ?1 ��� 2o and 90c
. ,.   ;,   .. ,,    in asplend [Japanese Taffeta, 27 inches, at
!.
Davies I weather yesterday morning many turned  oui  to attend the judging compear ihe past few days, the city ho-lUtion in connection with the stocl< ex-
els have been doing a  rnshing busi-  hiblt.    The competition was Ueen.and
the competitors showed a remarkable
knowledge of weights and points. The
pialifled judge's decisions will nol  be
ness, em nee ��� ml of tl ,er of ] eo
ple al   in���'  ��� nl   in the   rltj   nttei
lock  show.     In  sei ei .1    cases
'          ���'������  '������'���' '''��� ' '������' llas !,een in .,ivl.n ,���,,  imtll 10(,;1V.
'-"��� ������������������     '      "ffli    ''    !"'  been ex' The judges in going over the stuck
iencel in   iccommodatlng the large ;,,mi;..   ;,��� <   ;���   connection   with   the
' '  ":  guests. ; . ig,ng contests   remarked   thai   ihis
Tl     sho tag,    il  cars  still   bothers Coatul'e of ,1"' show v';'s fov average
,gle   Bhi .......   ,,.       considerably, stockmen,  the mosl   instructive   j art
of the whole' proceeding,     li   nave a
THE SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION Of B.C.
UND DEPARTMENT
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
Burnaby
Fronting 500 feet on Hastings Roa.I,  Eronting   I-"1"1 feet on Royal Oak
Road, eleven acres in  all. only $175  per acre.    Price will not remain hi' g
al   ihis low flfure.
lu acres In lot ^s Burnaby for sale cheap, al $80 per acre; easy terms,
160 acres, splendid soil, in lot  11. Burnaby.   .$170 per acre.
erv one   el   '. ��� n ills li i\ Ins n num   "
,- or orders on 1 m    whi       ami I   ''' ::' lnslshl  lnt0 the lH'0',er wa>' ,!1
,   ������-,���   tin   an   animal,   from   a   heel'   o
Surrey
We have lor sale in this beautiful tanning municipality 90 acres i n the
Ceding ToiZoT^r Stock  judg- ] ���yj0rth road.   This is list, I ror a fewdays only al $20 an acre    A chance
~  cars.     A   number of cars  are   icing education of itself;  an edu-   ���,  a  lifetime. throughout    the
lus-'Ho    he '- ojnl ^ion not picked up in a day, but by Splendid selection of   arms' ^^ ^".^St^ toto
ani,  g , reston to Revelsl iki _, of ,.,,.��� observation, and  prac-   charming Fraser River Valley.   Call on us. nm   will -t piea
�� "    east, and this is om ,ical llemmls���.ation. There were many i fl,n details. w^tminster from $50 to $2, ; hous-
tS  .-.   . the   pres nt shortage.     ^^ 1|)|1;1V.   who  hat,  owned   and Lots throughout the city of New   Westminstei trom?
267-271   COLUMBIA  ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER     _
:1 ' ,onr>:"��',���ul.i*..���i! k. , ;i'""t:":j:l=::,r:;:;���'
in all pans for sale.
QUICK
ana
]
SECURJLJ�����
Cottage with 4 rooms, on a
verv nice lot, and well situated; hot and cold water;
12 fruit trees; barn. Ana
only $800.    Easy terms.
cLEOD, ^1AI?S. &  '^
<��n .,-.>> New Westminster
'he Farm Land Specialists,
���\T���ZZx��*ntoU*   petition   has   I n   Inaugurated   with
' ��� ""' '"���' " !ncis   ���levlew of enabling the average stock
'     "   ":''   '"���: iot   , have a clearer Idea of the ays-
: m  "'  ���''    '     '       ,'.   . 1)atk,lUs  tern by which an animal is judged, and
'���'������<     ^   evenl"       '  :,      ,, ;   ,���,   b,  doing so will naturally create the
"  '  ""Pl'owil m  '<   imnwn ile3���.e t0 pl.otlllce stock on lines which
;1"' epidemic. ^ jn (1,nnil.nil the highest figure  The
,,���,,,.,,,:,.    Robert    Lane    ind ' t)me w|n oome when the scrub animal
.,'.,',s Klder   three Calgary capital-   wl])  ,,��� ., thIng of the past, and the
" ,,iv..i  |���    the    cltj    yesterday   yaUona,  stock  association    consider
'   ' [n       These three gentlemenl In-   lh(,  ,,,���,,   effectual way  of  obtaining
.',",���",'.���., m the lumber business   ,]h,  de8lret1  ,.���,,   is  the  annual stock
|t are noI as yet prepared to discuss  Judg|ng    competltton, in    connection
.,.,'.   ]ans     They Intend to leave the   wi(h |h(, Bhows.
:.    ,���.',v Md will be away for aboul      The  aUendance  today is  expected.
���.ppU during which they will look   tCl be larger, tt anything, than the pre-
I, some timber limits which they ex-   cedlng days, aa several valuable ant-
el to acquire. mai. will be pu. up for sale  a, ���n
as the prime carcasses ���i uei i. anu
The .,���,,.; session of the city coun- butoheri ,,.,������ outslde points ns well
.,    ,���.,,!   |nS|   evening,   lasted   until       the looal menvWlu be on the scene.
V    after  midnight.     No  details as, 	
'.', ���...,,,���  transpired    al   the   meeting -    ���
Cven out, I ul II was learned on { Qpera Houge Eo3kings.
Good Values
IN
Toilet Sets
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
The City Grocery
ellabhaau  ity. thai   ���"*������ Mar, 22-Creston Clark.
bers of the council were present  tha ja    27_Florence Gale.
���    :  tin ites were discussed; several ��an ,
������������^r:T:T^' illB-Wd-s Minstrels,
irned after a resolution to thai cf ^'    10_old >,���������.,
���   ���          carried.
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.   HARDM'AN
Plumbing and Contracting
P.O. Box 24S nT^~ *-'--��������. ��m
��i THE DAILY NEW
Friday
marCh
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
Little    Girl's     Delightful    Anticipate
More Than Realized.
This is the story they tell of i
cunning little five-y oar-old gir
whose- nurse had been promising hei
all summer a little coon doll wbei
tlic family readied the city if she
would he very good and obedient.
This was a delightful promise, and
thc little girl was as good as a little
five-year-old could he. Then the
family came back to the city a lit
tie earlier than usual, and sonio
thing interesting happened ��� t
brand now baby came to the house.
It was a funny, red faced little
creature, which only a loving mother and experienced nurse could possibly consider beautiful, but it wa?
a great tiling for thc little girl, whe
had never before in lier short life
seen a "real live baby.
"There is a great surprise tor
you,'" said the nurse, taking tlu
five-year-old upstairs, whore tbe little new sister was lying snuggled ur
uiiiler n canopy of muslin and rii,
bons. "What do you think of thai ?'
slie- continued, lifting the little uir'
nn thai she could see the funny little
face mi the while pillow. And the
little girl was as much pleased as
fiery one had expected she would
be. She gave i lie nurse a big hup
as she fried:
"()li, nursie, is that my coon
doll r"���-New York Times.
22
%
NOTICE.
Claim No. 19.���Commencing at post
^^^^^^   the south banU of Skeena
I River,  aboul  hull' mile    up from the
mouth of Kitsumgallum River, on the
south  side of Skeena River;    thence
120 chains south;   inn chains easl   to
skeena  River; thence along river to
point   of   commencement,   containing
i'. In acres, more or less.
Located February 22, 1907.
WILLIAM MOODY.
PRANK VANDALL,
Locators.
Per Frank Vandall.
along   river  to  point
i   ui,-nt, containing 640
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that u'ss-
I'.li elays after date I intend to apply to
the lion.chief Commissioner ���f Lands planted on
and Works for special license to cm
and carry away timber from ,he following described land, situated ai the
Kitsumgallum River, Coast District,
Range 3;
Claim Xo. i.���Commencing at a posl
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River, on the west bank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as follows: SO chains west; 40 chains
|South; 40 chains wesl; mi chains
north; 12(1 chains east; and 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
claim No. 2.���Commencing al a post
planted about 23 miles up from ihe
mouth of lhe above river, on the east
hank of ihe Kitsumgallum Lake;
thence 80 chains ...i; lu chains
South; 40 chains west; Ml chains
south, more or less, to the river; then
northerly along the river to lhe poinl
ol  commencement
Claim Ne'. 3.���Commencing at a post
planted a1 ihe south-wesl corner of
T I.. 7942; thence In chains easl
chains south; 10 chains east;
chains south; 10 chains west, more oi
less, in the Kitsumgallum River;
thence northerly    along the  river
Mt
sn
lo
Reserve, then   160  chains
ins   north;    li'>n   chains
chains  south  t,,  poim  of commence
ment.
ill.���Commencing al a post i
lie  chains   west of   the northeast   cor
ner of   Location    N'o.    33,    then
chains    west,  -lu    chains    norlh
(bains east ;   40 chains south  lo point
,,f commencement,
35.���Commencing at a post planted
40 chains west of ihe northeast corner
<���!' Location N'o. 34, then 160 chains
v.esi; 40 chains north; Hin chains
easl;
west;    40   thence
,0  (hains south, ^^ ^^
thence  westerly  along shore  to  point
immencement.
anted
i,;,',
1,;,,
II.   FORD.
II. CRAGO.
March L'J
line
hublishe :   a'    N',.w w
DAT,-:,,., ;       J
"��� w, .,   ei%o��3
.sh Columbl ':;'"  �� sl
ary, A.D. iw, '   '  !,,'
C   s
TIMBER   NOTICES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
30 days after date, we intend to apply
to ihe Honorable the chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a Bpe-
, ial license to carry away timber from
to chains south to poinl of com-   ,lie  following  described   lands   in tin
mencement.
36.- -Commencing at a posi
about 120 chains wesl of lh
east corner of  Location  No.
inn chain.-  norlh:  40 chain
lanted
north-
35, ihe'ii
east:   160
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
sixty elays after date we intend to ap-
i iy lo ilie linn, the Chief Commissioner of I.anils and Works for permission
ii. cut ami carry away ihe timber from j p< im  of commencement.
Die following described  lands situate      37.���Commencing at a post  planted
i.    Kitsumgallum   Valley.    Coast   dis-  aboul su chains west of ibe northeast   ed aboul  300 feet from east  shore of
ni,'l; corner of Location No. 35, thence 160   Aetron Sound, near S. W. cor, T. L.
20.���Commencing at a  post  planted | chains  north;   40    chains    east;   160   6939, thence south so chains, eas,  80
, iiains  south:    1"  chains   wesl   to  ilie
Coast  District:
N'o. l. Commencing at a stake planted on shore of Tsi Has Lagoon, near
N. W. Cor. T. II. 6829, thence north
."al chains, east 128 chains, south 50
chains, west 128 chains to point ,���!
commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a stake plant-
^^^^^^    KKi'i,,
''Mlric,   n
To Tl������������. *J "-IH*
All   perso, ,:Mi:'    .
tice,  ami   tt,,,.,        mJl.thi��M
1 ������ "-^       '; 7u��<
Ing any  Inter,      , ,,,' *��  4J
virtue of an; * M
and all pe,
HI    III.'    s���i, .   .,i
'       "MM,;
"   '    M
Shall be forever.,,'       ' 'A
fom  sett!,, '^S.
respeel   of  lb,.
taxes as proi
try Act."
'ill,' N  no;  reg
visions   of   ih,.
'.
M
Prompt ancl Truthful.
"Come, come, madam!" cried the
judge sternly. "Vou must not pre
varicate, but answer all question?
promptly and truthfully."
"Very well," replied thc port witness.
"Now, then, what is your age?"
"None of your business."���Philadelphia Ledger. i
Impossible.
th,   point of commencement,
Claim N'o. -1.���Commencing at a posi
planted aboul 16 miles up from tin'
mouth of ihe Kitsumgallum River, on
111,- easi I,ank; ilnni e 40 chains easl :
160 chains south; 10 chains \\e-s:.
more or less, to i he river; th, n' i
northerly along ihe river to tbe poinl
ei' . ommencement.
Claim No. 5.���Commencing at a posi
planted about li'> miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on the wesl
bank; , thence mi chains wesl: SO
(���hai'ns south; Ml chains east, more or
ies>. lo ihe river: thence northerly
along ihe river to ihe poinl of commencement.
Claim N'o. 6.���Commencing at a post
planted 1- miles up from the mouth
of the river, on the west hank:
thence in chains west; 40 chains
south; -In chains east; su chains
south; r.o chains oast, more or less,
to the river; thence northerly along
ihe river io the poinl of commencement.
Claim No. 7.���Commencing at a posi
planted about tu chains west of the
south-wesl corner of the old Kitsumgallum reserve: thence 160 chains
wist; in chains south; 160 chains
easi; 40 chains north, to point of com-
aboul 3% miles nor!
wesl cornei of C. F.
eemption claim, then
lows: mi ( hains easl.
h  of  the north-
A. (lien's  pre-
running  as  fol-
mi cliain> south;
', chains wes, and SO chains norlh lo
p, im  of commencement.
21.- Commencing at a post planted
atiotil 3i,_ miles norih of the northwesl corner of C. F. A. Green's preemption claim, then running as follows; 160 chains west; 40 chains
s, nth; 160 chains eas' ancl -I" chains
north to the poinl of commencement.
22.���Commencing at a post planted
aboul I miles norih of the northwest
corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-empt! in
claim, then running as follows: so
chains easi; su chains north: SO
chains wesl and v'i chains south to
poinl of commencement.
23.���Commencing at a post planted
about ���", miles north of the northwest
corner of C. F. A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows: 160
chains easi; 40 chains north; 160
chains west; 40 chains south to point
of commencement.
outh to poinl
chains west;   40 chains
of commencement,
3S.���Commencing at a pes, planted
a: the northwest corner of Location
No. 33, thence v" chains wesl ; 80
i hains south: SO chain- easl and 80
i hains north to poinl of commence
ment.
39. Commencing al a post planted
al the northwest cei.in",- of Location
N'o. S, then m, chains west, SO chains
south; SO chains east; m, chains norih
to , oinl ol commencement,
WILLIAM   MOODY.
FRANK VANDALL.
Locaters.
Agent, Frank Vandall.
March 22,   1907.
NOTICE.
about 0 miles north of the northwest
liitncement. corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption
Claim N'o. S.���Commencing at a posl   claim,  then   running as follows;   160
Iplanted  on    the north-west  corner of
T.   L.   7945;   thence   160  chains   west;
Uo chains north:   160  chains east;   40
chains  south,  to point of commencement.
claim No. 9.���Commencing at a post
planted on the    north-west  corner of
T.   L.  7945;   thence  160 chains  wesl;
10  chains  south;   ll!',  chains easl, to
the west   line of T.  L.   7!U."e:     ihence |
j along the line to point of commence-j chains west; 40 chains south to point
commencement.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to make' aplication
io the Hon. tiie Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, for a special license' to cut ami carry away timb, r
���'loin   the   following   described   lan Is.
24.���Commencing at  a  post  plained   S Coast   Districl  Hang" 5 district, No.
101, commencing a; a stake ; lanl '
a, a post een the Encheshese River,
about a mile an 1 a half up from i's
mouth, thence eas,   10 chains, thence
chains to line of T. 1.. 6941, ii"i"h 80
chains te, shore of Huaskin Lake, wesl
so chains, more or less, to place' ol
commencement.
No. .'!. Commencing al the B. I", cor
ni'r T. I.. 7512, about one mile from
head of Forward Harbor, N. )���-'.. 'In nee
north mi chains, east 40 chain-, sum'!1
160 chains, west iu chains, north SO
chains t.e place of commencement,
Nn. I. Commencing a! the S. \v.
corner of 'I'. I.. 7901, ab ml ���>: e mile
norl h of the' head of Fredei iei. Ann.
���hence west So chains, south I11 chains,
east mi chains und south I" chains
wiih line of T. I.. 7439, them ������ east
tn chains to shore at S. W. coiner lol
274, iht'iice' norih 80 chains, west 10
chains, more or less, to point of com
mencement.
I, \Ti:n ihis L'l'.ili day of February,
liioT.
The M, LAUGHUN LUMBER i'o. 1.
Hy C. R. McLaughlin, Pres. an.l M.
1
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
"They tell me thai that young
feller from London wot be staving
down at your place have got pyjamas."
"Must 'a' caught it afore he came,
then, for lie ain't iouched nothing
stronger than milk since lie bin
ben'."���(ince a Week.
chains
then
wes
What Might Have Been.
"Alas," confessed thc penitent
man, "in a moment of weakness 1
stole a carload of brass fittings."
"In n moment of weakness?" ex
claimed the judge. "Goodness
man! What would you have takci
if you had yielded in a moment
when you felt strong?"���Judge.
ment.
Claim     No.   In.���Commencing   at   a
I o-i planted on lhe west line of T. I..
7945,  about   10  chains    south of    the
north-west    corner    of    T.   L.   7945;   corner of C. I
thence   160  chains west;    40    chains  c]ajm
south;   160 chains east, to the line of
��� T.   I..  7945;   thence along ihe line to
point   of  commencement.
claim   No.   ll.���Commencing   at   a
| post i>lanted on the south-west corner
of T.   L.  7945;     i hence    running Hin
chains  west;     40 chains  norih;     1,;,,
chains east, to the west  line of T.  I..
79-15;     thence  40  chains   south   along
i ihe line to point of commencement.
Claim   Nc   12.���Commencing   at   a
I ,'si   planted at the' south-easl   corner
of T.  L. 7945;    thence    running    160  ��!  commencement.
chains  east:   i���    chains    south;   1 Go I ,������.���,   Sl)    (.h.lins     ,h(,u.,,    west    so
chains wesi; 40 chains north to point  chains, thence south SO chains, thence
if commencement. least -to chains to point of commence
-5.���Commencing at a post planted ment-
about  6  miles north of the  northwesl       ,. ��� ���   . ,
1 Commencing   at  a   point   near  ih'1
corner oi c. F. a. Green's pre-emption   mouth of I'nion Creek at the east line
claim,  then   running  as   follows:   160 of the Indian  Reserve, at the head of
chains  east:   40  chains    north-     160   ' "'"" Ba-V' near ''"' m��uth of Works
Channel, Range 5, Coast District,
thence in chains south, thence SO
chains  east,  thence   Ml   chains   north.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha:
sixty days after date we Intend to
apply in the Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase ihe lol
lowing trai I of lanl sil lated in Coast
M "iei. for a .Mill she. Commenc
ing a; a post planted mi shore of bay
S. E. Arm Huaskin Lake, about S.
W. corner T, I.. No. 6943; thence
So ill, 10 chains; West 5 chains;
South 1" chains, more or leas io N. B.
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence West
with  shore  line  L'n chain-;   North  10
26.���Commencing at a  post planted I thence    SO chain--    west.
out ,1 miles norih of the northwest   chains   ���';",,"1   '"   the  l'"'"'
,   ,,        . in, nceinent.
. A   Green s pre-emption : 103i
���unning as   follows:   40 (    Commencing at a posl mi
i;   160   chains    south:     .in'shore   of   Work's   Channel,
thence   i '
chains;  East   ."i   chains;
North     lu
of com-
chains, more oi    less, to
-Ir ere    of
Huaskin    Lake;     ;:.. ���. .
East    with
ibe north
shore line 20 chains, m ire
��� :���  less,   to
Range'   5,
point   of  commencement;
. ontaining
north to point
i hains east:   Hin chain
A commencement.
2".���Commencing  al   a
aboul  ': mile.-, north of the northwest [along
corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption   ment.
i laim,   iii -a  running   as   follows:   SO
chains west;   SO    chains    north;   SO
chain.- east; SO chains south
Consi   District,   about   a   mile   ami   a
half below  Worsfold   Hay.  1 hence  120
chains   norih. thence   SO   chains  east.
post planted jtlionce south to shore, thence westerly
shore   to   | nin,  of   commenee-
104.
Commeni ini: at  a  post mi the shore'
opposite  ihe   mouth  of   Bear    Creek
to point [and about a half a mile north nn the
40   acres,   more'   or   less.
D \TFl) this  19th da-.  , :  February,
1907.
Tie'    M( LAUGHL1N    LUMBER    I ���-'..
LTD.
Bj  i'   H   McLaughlin, Hies.. M   D
iei i
norlh
Safety  In  Numbers.
Cassidy���Come home wid me ��ui
supper. Casey.
Casey���Go 'long, man! Shure
'tis long pasht yer supper time; yei
wife'll he mad as blazes.
Cassidy���Faith, that's why I wani
io t" come; she can"t lick tho botl,
o' us.���Philadelphia Press.
Those Dear Girls.
"I tun not anxious to marry," said
the girl who was beginning to lie not
go young. "I nm fully able to light
life's battles alone."
"But how do you know that whete
you have never bad an engagement?" nsked ihe young -widow.���
Detroit Tribune.
The   Kir.-;';;   Welsh.
The king, who win Prince of
Wales for a longer period than any
���ef his predecessors, is said to speak
a Pew words of Welsh. There i- a
story told of a Chicago girl, the
daughter "1 a millionaire, who, in
Hie days before his majesty had
ascended the throne, had determined io visit England. A friend found
her sl inlying Welsh, and in reply to
a question ihe girl said, "I'm going
to bu ],resented lo the Prince of
Wales when I'm in London, and I
should like to I,,' able to speak to
him iu his real native language."���
St. James' Gazette.
��� hains   west ;     40  chains   south
chains  east;   thence  40 chains
in poinl of commencement.
:.���' at, 1  February  1 I.   1907.
WILLIAM  MOODY.
PRANK  VANDALL,
Locators.
Her Funk Vandall.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
thirty  days after   dale  we intend u>
apply  to  the  Hon.  ihe  Chief Conimis-
I sioner  of I.amis  and   Works   for   permission   to  cut   and    carry  away the
[timber   from   ihe   following  described
lands, situate on ihe Zymagatitz Riv-
(easi  District,  Range' N'o. ii:
claim N'o. Hi.��� Commencing  al   a
post planted on the Zymagatitz River,
aboul niie' mile up from the mouth, mi
ihe easi   bank   ol     river;
chains  east;      lu   chains
-Commencing at  a
i -
north  arm  ol   Work's Channel, .Range
Coast     District,   thence     west     To
. ���^_       ��� post'planted chains, thence north SO chains, thence
'om  ,  nn.es north of the northwest |eas( ,��� shore   thence southerly along
Hal
corner of C. F. A. Green's i re-emption   shor,
claim,   then   running   as  follows:   16
chains   east;   1" chains    south;    Hin
io point  m  commencement.
105.
-foninioncinir   at   a   stake    mi
cnatns west  anl   40   chains   north   to  beach   about   50   chains  south   of
!i:<   ;mnt of commencement. mouth   of  Bear   Creek   mi   the
29.���Commencing   at   post     planted  arm   llf  Worli's    Channel.   Ran
about  7 mile's norih of tin- northwes
if C P. A. Green's pre-emption |to   the  beach,   thence  southerly   and
the
the
north
(Coast  District, thence east nn chains.
st  thence  north  80 chains, thence  wesl
claim,   then   running   as   follows:
chains   no; ;ii;    S e    chains     we-st;
I |   chains    west;
;-
  ._!
, hains north; 40 < hains west; SO
chains south; Uu chains east to j oinl
of coiiim, in ement.
mu.���Commencing a, a post planted
aboul hi chains norih of the s,unlives: comer of Location No, 26, then
,, ,,.,.  running as follows; Tin chains west;
thence  160
outh'     160   '" chains north;  160 chains ea.-i anl
westerly along the  beach  to poinl  of
commencement.
106.
. Commencing at a stake l'" chains
easl of ilu' menl"! of .Mink Creek at
ihe head of Work's Channel, Range ii.
Coasl District, thence wesl SO chains,
thence north su (hains. thence east
Sl chain-, ih, m - i :'li su chains, to
point of commencement.
p'anted
'I     Dis
el    ��� i
l hence
chains  west;   10 chains norih. along   10 chains touth to point of commenc
the river to point  of commencement,  ...ent.
containing 040 acres, more or less. . ,     ,
Claim  No. 11.- '' '-- " ���m
Iplanted    on    th
107.
at   a   poinl
-Commencing at post
-   Zymagatitz   River,
ommenclng at a post plant,
il eiai   pe chains north of the  -   ith
Commencing  at   a   poim  on   Lach
ach RJv, ' near the , orner of lot  195
al I !i��' head of Work's Channel. Range
5. Coast   District,    tin in-"   10  chains
west, thence SO chains south, thence
i -I.- one mile up from the mouth, on | wesl  corn i    I L   :atlon So. 26,   len   thenc,   10 chains west to point of com-
i unning as follows;   160 cl tin    ��������� i sl;   mi . i  n, it,
1" chains south;   160  chains  east;   40 ' 100'
chains   noith to  poinl     I   commence I    r"��1!��"',('il!* ;'<   ;i   >'"���'
ment.
-.    i Ion mm ncin
oin^r
e lialns
chain -
Corrected,
Wife (during the tiff) I have suffered every calamity that can befall a
woman. Husband (calmly)���Oh, no,
you haven't, my dear, Vou have never
been a wi,lo\,. Wife-You evidently
don't understand me. I sfttd "ealam-
Ity."
-tea of _tarflny,
"He man wh i lakes *. ise'f seriously
every  minute of Ills  life," paid  ITUClfl
Eben,   "alius  ghs   to   be  ond   ?f  ,n'��
thing?���a Iwi'e, or u J"lc!!,"-WiH!i:>.'ittoo
B'AT.
the easi bank of river; thence 160
e I ein- east; lu chains north: 160
chains \\. .-i; 10 chains south, along
ii\er io poinl ot commencement, com
talning ,'il" acres,  more or less.
Claim No. 15.���Commencing a posl
planted mi the Zymagatitz River.aboui
l wo miles up from i iie mouth, em i !,e.
easl bank m river; thence 160 chains
eas, ; pe chains sniiih: 160 chains
wesl to river; thenc,' 40 chains north,
erly along river to poim of commencement,  containing  640  acres,  more or
Jess.
claim No. 16.���Commencing a; post
iplanted on the Zymagatitz River.
aim,it two miles up from th" mouth,
or, the east hank of river; thence 160
chains east; 40 chains norih; 160
'chains west lo liver; thence In chains
southerly along river io poinl of commencement,    containing    640    acres,
or less. MM NOTICE,
claim N'o. 17.   Commencing at post
planted    mi    tic    Zymagatitz   Rlver.i    TAKE  NOTICE that
about  one mile up from the moiilli, on   ,,,,   ,.,',' ���,'���,,
,i,     ...     ,   ,.,.i.      ��� .i i,,.'1""1   mite   we      tend     o
the   wesl   hank  ol     river;      thence   in
(hains  west;    ioo chains north;    40  CJllet Commissioner of
(hains    east     to    river;     thence    160   Works   for  special   timber licenses   to
chain*  southerly along  river to  point   ,.;l,   ���,���,]   carry away  timber  from  the
.lis
 _^Ba  post  planted
miles north mi the northwest
corner of C, F. \. <Ireen's pre-emption
claim, then running as follows: 160
west; I'i chains south: inn
easl: lu chains north to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres  moi'.'  or  less.
WM. MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL,
Local ers.
Agent   Frank Vandall.
March 22. 1907.
thirty    days
apply to the
Lands    and
rivm
^^^^^^^^^^    I long      ^^^^
m'    commencement,    containing
aeie-. more or less,
640 I
following described   lands   situate
in
Claim No. is.-coiniiiencing at  post   '���]"' Kitsumgallum Vail";.', in the Coai
Iplanted mi ibe south  bank of Skeena i district
Rive I'.aiioui half mih' below the mouth
io' Kitsumgallum   River;    thi nre    10
i, hains    south:     SO  chains east;     St
ehalna north to Skeena River
33, Commencing al  a post planted
about -in chains w, sl of the southwest
Commencinc     I osl   10
easl ol the i Iver at tli" norih line of
-. |lan il" ei ��� ������. al the mouth of
l he Em h, - lie ie Rivei on the north
si I.- eef Wm k's Chann, I. Rang" 5.
Coasl District, thenc SO chains noi th,
tl i ni" ^n chain - wi st, thence SO
(hains south, thence su chains ei i
in ] oint of ( ommencement,
108.
Commencing at n ; osl mi the smith
side of Pord irago River, about a mile
ami a half up from its mouth. Ill,'tne
south lin chains. ,hence east Sil chains,
thmice north su chains, thence wesl
su chains, thence south 10 chains to
i' ia' nf commencement, The above
rive:' empties Into the north arm of
Work's Channell, Range :,, Coast l>N-
trict, aboul a mile and a half south-
wesl of the head ol the" north arm,
coining in from 1 ho easi.
109.
Beginning al a post on the Bhore
at lhe upper end of the north arm
ol Work's Channell, Range 5, Coasl
District, aboul 2n chains south of the
mouth of Snow Creek, thence east
160 chains, thence norlh 40 chains,
thence wesl. 160 chains, thence south
40 chains (,, poinl of commencement.
110.
Commencing al   a   posi   planted  ul
the mouth of Pord free!;, on the norlh
bore
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
30 daj s after date, I Intend to apply
to the Ilmi. chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, for special license
to cut and cany awa til from the
following described lan ted as
follows:
l.���Commencing ;.; a >..������ ���
on   l lernando    Isi in 1.  Saj wai
11 ic. at  ihe southwes I  c, I Dei
tion 'i; ilu nee norih 80 chains;
easl m'chains: thence south see chains
thence' west mi chains to point of , ommencement.
2. Commencing at a stake planted
or. the northwesl corner section .";
thenc, easl su chain-; thence south
'o (hains; thence west so chains:
thence north su chains to point
, ommencement,
;' "rumencing al a i take planted
"i tin- northwest cm net ol seel imi .",;
:i.i m north v'i chains: thence easi
see chains; thence smith 80 chains;
th, ,i ������ a" ��� SO chains to ; oinl ol commencement.
.1.   It.   AC \lt
J, hn Carlson, Locater,   '
Mai, h 22, 1907.
I AMI HEfilSTKY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai application has
been mad" to register Karl Brudvlk
a    :!;������ owner iu Fee Simple, under a
i Tax Sale Heed from C. \. Carncross,
Reeve ami I-:. M. Carncross, Clerk of
ih, District of Surrey, bearing date
tl.e l ith day of December, A.D, 1901,
of nil ami singular thai certain parcel
i ,):��� tracl of hind und premises situate,
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Provim f Brit-
|lsh Columbia, more particularly known
and described al Lol 32, subdivision
of Section 25, Block u North Range 2
West.
Vou ami each of vou are requested
to contesi  the claim of the iax purchaser wilhin forty-five days from the
date of the  lirsl   publication  of  ibis
In,
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN   nj
STEAD   REGULATIONS,
Any avallu ..
In the Railwa
bia, maj  be hon
son who Is the
or any male ov,
the extenl ol
160 aces, mor,
Entry m i i
the local land oil   ���
which the land |,
The homeste
form the cond
with under one ol
(i) At leasl
upon and cultl
each year for i   i
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by    e ich    pi : .-'in
father or mother.
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st, ad,    the   re
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upon the ���- dd lan
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bi   giv, ii to the   '
minimi   I in .    al  i
to ap; Ij for ; i
Coai lands m
p<.- acre for soft
thracite,     Nol
can be acquir, I
com] any.   Roya -
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collected on the
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Tenders for a License to Cut Timber!
on Dominion Lands in the Provineef
of British Columbia.
Sealed    Tenders
Commissioner ol D u '��� : ''"'
partmenl of the
on   the envelop.   "Tend,
lb rth No. all," ��
11 is Department uni '      m
,n Wednesday, the
1907, for a license I
Berth Nee. 511, cm I
of   half of the South  vV, '
..Mil W��tJ
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quarter of    Se
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tend, r
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Ce  US"    Will     III'
forms eef tender an
eel lain" I at this 1 ���
eeiii, e of the Ci
New   Wes, mill   t,
Each  tender n
by an accepted i heqijlj
bank   in  favour ol
Minister of the Int, rior
or f     Ibe   bor, .      '    ''' "!''���'.'
for n l|f,'",'
I
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ay be |
ment oi        '
er Agei
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for the it ;
I, rlaineil   ^^^^^
no,   necessarily  acci
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tend*'
canl Is prepared lo paj
No lender by teh      I* ff,u
���be  111 !   '   ' "'���' flDJ
KEYS,
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Department of the Interior,    ^
Ottaw.'i, February 23rd,
BLACKS MITHINC
Having bought o��
ing business of u
be pleased to see
tl'lonco|iM.rner of the old Kitsumgallum Indian ISZ! nL,Hc!^'<,'L(,1'l'lw^',,,��� ,n,,nK" ���
w,iM |nstxict, iheni i mi chain.
iee.    |  shall   register Karl  Hrudvih   ers, as well as new
'��������������� owne,  thereof in !',,..    And I dir   'ng a specialty.
,,<'1   tha1   mublication   of   this   noiice H. M. KNU
Ihirly  davs  In  n  r1_n���  ,,,.���.��� ���.. I Ei'J
t  the
,1   iienson,
,11 UI8 Old CU*
ones
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Kill
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TSON'
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eet,
L% MARC
H 12
1907.
THE D.UbT. NEWS
Many valuable properties have been listed with
us for exclusive sale the past few days. Some
excellent manufacturing sites, farm lands and city
lots. Study the list carefully, it will repay you,
\    then call on us and make your deal.
rd. 333 FRONT  STREET Tel. 333
A nian���whose coat sags at tiie collar,
bags at the elbow, atifi simply won't
stay pressed into shape���ought to be
mighty sorry he did not buy
99
Specials
To-Day
Ik er ae-M
miles  from city.
;.',    'll '    I
������$1,800.
lot.    56x11">,     on
.    seven    rooms.
1
-.' n  s.re et,
'1 avenues.
... Hamilton    Btreet,
12.    Price $245, iz
.   ij months,
S irrej; s m. ol
��� ni nship 2.    Log
an i chicken c op
'.' fruil   trees;   12
I    acres    un ler
. 1   5   acres   sl islie 1
$20 pe." acre,  'n cash    .
mm lis at 7'.'
I lot,  bl ,Cl<   0,  lo:   I 1,
' ��� Square;       Price
(450.
; x 166, Tenth street,
��� ie.   Price $450.
��� ish, balance terms
Scne  Valuable   Lots.
ivenue   $275 cash
,-enue  $1,050
��� :.",'��� $350
tli street    $350
. street   $1,050
'miliars   an l   des
ideation.
I, ���
JUST A SPECIAL-thal's all
SPLENDID HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH 10 ACRES IN LADNER.
House 2 full storeys. 4 bedrooms,
iarge hall, 2 clothes closets, plastered and finished in cedar; large lawn.
beautiful flowers, over 50 rose trees;
hedges, high board and wire fences'
eai hell walks; orchard W apple, 8
pear. 5 prune, !, plum, large cherry
and other fruit tree.-; i-- acre of
strawberries; soil black loam, with
clay subsoil, well underdrained; last
year produced 738 sacks of potatoes
on 4 acre-.-, 2 not fully Beeded, 5 tons
of hay. etc., etc. $4 200.00;
S-OOO cash. Fuller particulars on enquiry.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Bth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easv.
on ��� acre
1 t-2 ac-
r,  rooms,
.lain"     In el
, three
square miles, _i
$6.00 per acre
half ca
sh, balance b
LOTS
or
LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near
the
Bridge
Cheap
2% store ." ise, 10 rooms, als ,
modei n Impi elements; lot 66x132;
lane at h I iiai I of lot set oul with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
5.'.'50. >;."���! cash, balance 6 and 12
::. nths ;:   7 per cmi'.
bix   an I  one  half  acres,
cleared  rea ly  tor planting
res partly clean' 1.    House
14x24;   storey  anl   half,  small bam;
chicken house: fruit trees and straw-
: .ail's;   $1,700,   half  cash:   bal-
i in three months at 7 per oenl
ais is a valuable holding, and n iar
lhe city, call an 1 bring this adver-
ti emeni  with  j on   :' ir  [ irther      i i
'
i ai res   in    V incouve'   R ia 1,
fe,     li 10 feel on Jubilee road fac-
in- three roa Is;  L-3 mile from Jubilee
n on iie ir.im  lin.'.  ne ir noyal
0 ..  '. .��� el.    Small   house;     3    acres
��� ������ I   mi 1   e uiti rate I.    Price $-'.500.
i '  cash,  balance    6,    11', an 1  IS
i lonths al  7 per i ent.
17 1ms. full sized on Cth street, in
Burnaby,
Cliff  Can   factory.     Price  $1,020
Large lot an.l two cottages on Columbia streel, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half store;,  house and
��� ���   size  int,  situated north side  of
Koyal avenue and corner of McKinnls
.   '.i  rooms;   hath room, hot and
'"''1  water, closet;   woodshed; young
bearig   fruit  trees;   streets on   three
les; tin" view. Price $1,800. $!M.iu
cash.
'rn,- full sized lot, 2nd lol from cor-
'������ ' 14th street an 1 Sth avenue. lot
66 \I II feet.   $250 cash.
"Progress Brand
Clothing
Made right���looks riglit--IS right.
Look for  the label   that    typifies
progress.
H.   L.   de BECK
We have a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Between   3rd   and  4th   avenue.
U    Af   ���
HOUSE and LOT
East  side   100   yards from Centrally located In a comminanding
ituation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
House on Royal and Eighth street.  Fillh street.   Two and one half-storey
two  storeys, seven  rooms,  full sized house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
Ot, $2,000.
! 6 Lots facing Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
rig]' across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Hah' cash,   half   in    six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn  12x16.     One   acre
y cleared.   Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
.7 rooms;  I ath, f i-'���
1. hot and col I v\ itei ;
I ii avenue   an t    3rd
et.    Price $2,40C 'j i ash
:. i'i 'h avenue,    ih 13, 10
5300 cash, i/f,  i. leare I.   size
132 feet,
i ine : ill size 1 lui. 60x132: 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
al! mo lei i nprovements; new house:
$2,000. !������ c ish, >/a in 6 months at 7
ml Good size I sl ible and fruil
trees. Second house from ith street
west, "ii upper side
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St.,Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
30 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 $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
320 .i ��� es;  - mth half of lot -v. sec
m        I'i aiii" road.   N'ew hous
io I barn.
One i
.ere
back o
f  the
Orphana
ge.
$800
cash.
For full
par
ticulars
apply
at once.
eai aires good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $25 per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, halance
In one or two years at 7 per cent.
4S0 acres. Maple Ridge, Sections 2S,
29 and 32, Township 9, one-half pral-
md rle, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices; Sei'inn 32, $45 per acre; Sec-
t'aeii 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegi iph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, halance one and two
years at 7 per cent, Exclusive agency.
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lava-
lory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
G6xl32, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots, in, 21; No. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham and Second
sl reets.
One hundred and sixty acres X. W.
U Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No. 1 land. Price. $10 per acre. One
third cash, halance on time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
Vi Sec. 25, Township IG, 2Va miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to he $600 worth of limber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, K cash,
balance on time
Ten acres in Lot 103, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, ens-
lly cleare
1.   $30 per acre.
Too Good to Miss
House
Dining   Room.   Parlor,   2
Bed   Rooms,   Kitchen.   Bath
Room,
Pantry;
Chicken   house  and
Wood
Shed; Electric Light. .$1,150
Cash.
r MRES   MURCHIE   ROAD,
BbRNABY.    $150 PER  ACRE.
��� hree    lots, co: ner   '.: I
Uih SI :  5-room h uise an 1
ce $1,500, one-thli I ca
i J months a, 7 i er <������ m
North road,    ::,   ���'  a i
limits on    Porl  Mo idy;
cultivation;    7     ���
arn;    chicken  house,
m    fenced and in  good
hie.      Price $4,500.    half
In ,'. in,m'hs at 7 per cenl
Snap In Lots.
V . anl lol s for sale in all parts of
the cii . fr ,m $25.00 to $3,000
SG.a, n s, half mile waterfront, G.N.
I.   : inning   through,      $9,460. terms
Investigate.
LOTS OF LOTS
all ever the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
oast end; close to car; (3
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash. bal. on mortgage.
CHEAPEST BUY IN THE CITY
Ii e, corner of 5th Ave.
and Gth St., 1 lot, 2 storey?, -rooms.  $2,300;half
M      .
D
;  p.i iu Sapperton, racing
Price $150 cash.
4 lets 23, 33, 39. 40; full size:
easily cleared; Eighth and Seventh
avenue    and    Cumberland   street.
i'iZO cash.
distil
good   repair;  a
cash.
Five C iti ige
street, opposite Queen's  park
$7,000.
in a,    i in sec
House, full size i lot, ou Keary
street, Sapperton; reals for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, l1- lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can he arranged.
135 acres, one mile from Huntingdon, B.C., 70 acres  in  grass, 15  acres
lined and fenced; house and harn
cms; ?2,50 l; -; lod real along one side;
price $50 per acre, half cash, halance
to suit purchaser at 6 'per cent. Reason for selling, the owner's wife is in
bad health, and has to go to a cold
, limate.
Double tenement house, 5 rooms in
each house', water, light, full size lot,
First and Second street.
Price
������ I   I..Ps   between    Seventh
.   :
chard,
100 acres, Langley, 25 under cultiva
....   :. , lse,  barn    sheds,  el     all  In    el iveen
a  sua i   at   $3,000.  half  Fourth avenue, on north side
$1,500, half rash, balance in one year
s and two lots on First  al 6   ei cent.
Price      IG   arres   al! |, nee I, ready for cui
tivati :.   -        .-  ' t, half  mile  from
2,   Timber, fir, ce-   school  n   Chiiliwack, $75 per aon.
llder    Good soil; good roads.      Eight-roomed    house , all    modern
'   :      ,..'',  ,} uiars, convenien ��� -        Carnarvon street anl
���;���   creg m surrey. 5 acres cleared,  Sixth street, tv, i sl ireys, $3,750.
strawl erries
:
',
Of ,,
i.
6-r
i   in re
mi Hamilton street, easl of this year; alder bottom Innd; running
nnl;  nil cleared and fenced;        . ;. ���;  house IS X 22;   frame .am 3
on oneof the lots, $1,500,   x 30    u-posl   frame bouse  and  co i
,1 - e one vear at 7 per    ��� ,      . three In all, stable S cows and
2 s, ,in horses;  near Mission Station;
,'   i.     , i,..", hon    ie";".'    ni    hand:
n   Twelfth   street, between   schools,    elm
i day; about n,''
acres,  Westmtns'.i
under cultivation,  10 acres^        ��� ������   ��� ��� ������     ���-    ��� ,_ ������ ^ ^      0ne Ix)t Nn    .   facing on 4th Ave,
.,���     ,   .. ,    ���  ,   per cent., bu-    etw,    ,    Is,     ad   2d St., half block
llmber . .  Pari     $475, $275 cash, balance
'''.',".,   . .   . 1C,   ... || I,   21sl   \ .- i.m and -i-i February, 1908
Pari i>r lot 369, joins Lake Comniur,
a' m: 70 acres, only $25 per aire.
Half cash,   Jump.
House' and lot on Amies street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
|ee ' to
Lots 17.
..",," and Sth ���'    u "    2 i    '
;.-.":   i inside l'"- 5200 each.   Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots al  eas I
B tween  Fifth  and  Sixth  avenues,
Seventh street, eight rooms, all
nd Third avenue; west si!'  steamer lands l��
op; nm sue. eric,. $������.: a.r��umber��.��� uui'������lii;,'m' .;,,���;:,���;;...:,;;:,;;;;,,.ill,.!,.,i1.k,.nho...cfi.'.i $2,500.
'    ���"'.:*-.    refused  fm   standing  m, i   n,     _                ^        ( ^^ 180 acres good farm land ln Delta,
��� ��������� carriage house 16 x 24;  hen  sizea  101,      > about 3^ miles from river, near Scott
'   ���' ma le of heed timber Uld in $2,500.                                  {. ^ madi $1, per ncre. ��� roa, good buy
.,.,,���12x30.   A chance of a life-     ion acies.on 'J|, .;.,���.  ���,.,,,,,,,  ,,,,,. ,;t   acres  in   Pitt   Meadows, only
m cottage, 7th Ave.&
oth St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
Ml sized lots; name of cot-
1;m ' ��� Cecil; bath room,
XXu' d sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
?!800, half cash, bal. 6 &
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
o roo: $ I."1"' i:,s''' balance i
cent.
50x160, onl site city
Puller  particulars on
6    ,      d   ,,.���,, 50 x 30;  stables, etc.;
plendld soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000  ��'- ;-r  -���"
imlts rush, l alum isy,
130 acres improved land, buildings
I sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
cultivation, $15,000.   if you
SIX   I'
$60  each   lot
Pour  a��>  onediaif ; n,    donM  fleiay
Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue;   south   ^J��� ^ can be arranged. ���'���! l���:. $1.G00.
0e- ist slreet.     Price $2,500.
...    a  nil nude
can
bargain; terra
One third cash, balance
nt 6 per rent.
20   acre   blocks,    fruit   lands,   near
Junction. $20 per acre.
Soven-roomed house, Seventh street,
it's a  near Fifth avenue,  two  storeys,  full
HUES OF WOOD.
Mahogany  When   II   la
Light   < e,l,,r.
Not all the mahogany which we see
ln use today exhibited ns an heirloom
is the real antique it is Mild to be, for
heirlooms may be mnde to order, and
even u furniture' connoisseur will have
difficulty  in detecting the ityfference.
Most people think of mahogany as a
deep red. while, lu fact, when new it is
a light color without stain, and when
treated  with  colorless  liquids  it  becomes a golden shade.   This darkens
with age, and at present nil the genuine mahogany which we see must have
attained its dark hue through centuries
of use.   It is about the most expensive
of the woods In general use, but Circassian walnut is valued even higher
Blrdseye maple is next, n costly mute
rial on account of the great difficulty
ln trcHtlui; it.   Its grain Is perhaps the
most eccentric of all the various styles,
and consequently its working up and
Its lasting qualities are rather uncer
tain.   The differences  iu grain make
differences in Hs density and hence its
disposition to crack and split.   Vernis
Martin Is a style which was a favorite
In the reign of L>uls XV., and its pop
ularlty has not   . i::ed with the years.
It takes its nan.' from a famous family linnied Martin who were noted cab j
inetmakers in Louis XV.'s reign.  This
beautiful spattered gold dust decoration, with Its paintings by Watteau, is j
the real Vends Martin style, unchang i
ed today.
Oak is ut the head of the lists of '
woods which have varied finishes. Bog
oak is a brown green shade, caused by
long immersion in peat or marsh bogs.
Old English oak has a rich brown
Bbade, supposed to be acquired by age
and the smoke from fireplaces. Both
these styles are, however, successfully
Imitated by the manufacturers of to-
day. Weathered oak and Flemish oak
are both popular finishes, the former j
representing the color which rain nnd |
sun and wind would cause on the oak.
and the latter Is black, representing
the effect caused by centuries of smoke
on overheated rafters. Antwerp oak Is
one of tbe dark finishes like the others
mentioned, but varnish aud shellac art
useel. so that a high polish is the re
suit.
Birch, natural nr curly; maple and
sycamore are the ori final wood shellacked aud varnished without artificial
stain.���Brooklyu Kaglo.
Forgiveness.
"I can forgive, but 1 cannot forget,'
13 only eeiie way of saying, "1 will nol
forgive." A forgiveness ought to be
like n canceled note, tern In two and
burned up, so thai it can never be
shown againsi a mm. There Is nn
ugly kind of forgiven iss in tbe world
���a kind of hedgehog forgiveness shol
out like epulis.
eai   leaves   n   is   necnuse   tney   c"".'<
grass iiv.el e-aii't get it.  Millions of I,
els of g&tiRs p, to waste" yearly by i   ���
| wayside uvblch should be utilized f ���
, our noble, faithful, helpless, dumb , il
I league,   the'  borse,   thus  making  hi; e
healthy and bappy,    Summer visitor*
v* h" hir,' horses shoulel remember th ��� u
fads and give the animals a chance I i
get at the grass by tLo roadside onen
<u awhile.	
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
'Jfflce 'Phone ISS.       Harn 'ftione 1T7
Columbia St.
( Baggage delivered    promptly to ^aj'
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
i i_.
FARMERS!
Tht Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
Hon- Bees Unther Honey.
A bee gathers honey by the aid of
Its "trunk," "lower Up" or "tougue."
which is used as an Instrument for ex-
tractlng the' nectar from flowers. Tha
"tongue" of a bee is not, as was once
thought to be the case, a tube through
which the juice is sucked, but Is built
more after the fashion of a tine broom.
With Ihis broom the bee brushes or
laps the honey or honey material from
the flowers, leaves, de'.. ami passes it
down a groove' in tho upper surface Of
the tongue to the mouth proper. From
that point the' juice is conveyed
through a minute orifice inio the "Qi'st
stomach," vulgarly called the "honey
bag." Tho honey bag is a real chemical laboratory, where by some mysto
Hous process which 1ms not yet been
explained by science the Jules are
converted into pure honey. When the
chemical process of transforming the
uectar Into viscid honey bus been com
pleteel the bee disgorges It Into one of
the cells made for the purpose of a receptacle. For years the microscopists
and the entomologists have been studying the bee's laboratory, IXit Its work-
lugs are at present among the unexplained mysteries.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.NU t.Nt.lNlD
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UKIUUIm ami
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, lnciuliag
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspomlenee In
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
New Westminster. r. o. 474.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
id,
McQUARRIE
&  CO.
Real Estate Brokers
, . i,hllltv and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for Employers' Liability, and u
iior��i>a hikI Grass.
A famous veterinary Burgeon declares that grass beats all tbe drugs In
creation ns a cure for Bick horses and
mules. Horses should have a few
quarts of grnss daily from spring until
full, he says. Tbe prevalent notion
that it ls harmful is Idiotic and cruel.
Grass to burses is the sum,' ns frei!
vegetables and fruit to us. Their era*
ing for it proves their need ��f it. Yei
Ignorant, unfeeling drivers ynnk them
away from it ns If It wns poison Instead of the life giving medicine it. Is,
designed by their Matter for thorn.
When they gnaw the bark of treas ct
Reduced Rates
Easter Holidays
Fare one and one-thir I for r urn I
trip ie> local points. Tickets on sale
March 27th to April 1st, good I ��� re
turn April 2nd;
For further particulars, apply
E. .1. COYLE, ED GOULET,
A.G.P.A, \- ml C.P. ^
Vancouver.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Ca.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IQOI.
Leave             Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ���7-'S P-m-
12.25 p.m.- Rossland  4.10 p.m.
q 40 a.m    Nelson 6.45 P-m-
H. A. JACKSON. ,M
ME DAILY' _nKWS
Friday
AITER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring-  stock,   which  is  expected soon.
The market  quotations  are sure  to advance on the following staple
are  sure
lines,
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
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TOWN UNDER WATER
BUT RIVER FALLING |
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WARNING !
Dear Mrs. Home Seeker :
We beg to advise you that we can give you a
charming little cottage in a good location, just off the
car line, for the sum of
$1,000
$575 cash and the balance on easy terms.   In this house
you will find hot and cold water and a flush closet.
Yours faithfully,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B.���Be wise in time.
left     this
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
LEVEES STILL HOLD ALTHOUGH
WEAK ���REFUGEES REACH
COURTLAND   PENILESS.
Sacramento, Cai., March 21���The
river at this point is lulling rapidly
to-day, although the water is flowing
Into iiu' town of Broderick on Yolo
side. The t,,wn is completely under
water.
The' steamboat Apache
morning for San Francisco carrying
more than !">' passengers, principally
p, rsons arriving yesterday on delayed
trains. The officials refused to sell
more tickets an.l those who eliel not
���m\ in early were offering high preni-
lums  lor   passage.
Tli,' !ieM-ii]i on the Southern Pacific
lines is complete this morning. Not
a train is mining in or 0111 of here, except over ilio Placerville division. The
' officials say ii wil lie many days before traffic is resumed.
At   Courtlaud,   several   miles   down
1 the river, the leeves ar,' siil holding,
although   reported   weak    in   several
],laces. Tile water is flowing over
ack of the leeves and several small
reclamation districts are flooded. The
water at no time has reached Within
e Ight feet from the top of the leev, s.
Many flood refugees are here from
tiie northern parts of the state, also
many emigrants who arrived yesterday on the overlain! trains, without
Minds.
Ogden, flail. .March 21���Train service on the Southern Pacific, west of
Ogden. was annulled last night by tho
washing out of part of the Ogeli'ti-
Lucin cut-off across Greal Salt Lake.
Heavy wind storms lashed the water
into mighty waves that moved huge
bouldeTS placeel to protect embankments anil trestling on the west approach to the lake. At midnight the
tracks at Rambo, thirty-five miles west
of Ogden, were submerged ami pine-
then no trains from the west have
reached Ogden.
A
1 Household
Necessity
Do You Need JV,
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
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Ready for use when
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Any person can apply it
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Lace Curtail
1
If you do we want yon iei see  0111   q, a
Saturday last we received direct   from  , ne  -
manufacturers of England over 600 pair, <��� t   a,
We claim to show yon better value than  ���
yon to visit our house furnishings departmenl
This,  wiili oilier shipments  previously   receiv, I
spring  showing the largest   assortment   v.-  hav,   ...
Over  l-."e styles from which  10   make   \.  r
will  give a faint Idea of the values.
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ANDERSON \
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   10i.
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?POLISH YOUR FURNITURE?
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KLEAINO
The IDEAL  POLISHER   for  Woodwork,  Furniture,  &c.
See Our Window Display
BRYSON  &  SONS
���  Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
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Clarke's Strong Part.
Xo assurance need be given by any
ore that local theatres will enjoy to
the fullest measure "The Ragged Mes-
se nger," which Creston Clarke will
present at the Opera House this evening. The hand of the master can lee
recognized in every portraiture that
.Mr. Clarke has given the stage. So
subtly doe- he play upon the emotions |
of liis audiences tha: one' is carried
along unconsciously through the even- '
ing.and of'en leaves the theatre without realzing fully what a splendid "X-
hil,ition of action he has been privileged to witness. It is the next day
vhen the mind is allowed to dwell upon the performance in iis minutae
that the greatness and sublimity 0:
Mr. Clarke's an becomes apparent.
and long nfterward all the finer points
remain clear an.l elistinct in one's
memory. As the Re \ John Morion
::, "The Ragge:l Messenger," Mr.
Clarke is said to cast thi.- mysterious
":<I1 over his audience more unmistakably than ev, r b, fore.
AND LUSBY i
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SUBSTITUTION
HERE
Every article ashed for is sold���
and it's the genuine article,  too.
Every   ingredient   prescribed    by
physicians   whose  prescriptions   are
brought here, is put into  the  medi-     '
cines��� the     genuine    ingredient    of
finest quality.
Nothing is sold here "in place of"
or "just as good as" the thing
called for.
We sell the genuine only.
j
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG
Ellard Block.
STORE
Aeu, Westminster
NOTTINGHAM    LACE    CURTAINS���
3  Yards  Long.
In  -,\ Milis they \; om 30 to GO
inches. Al! ie w . a' ��� '.- hown as
we' diil nol carry ovei any ,11: lainf
from  ".ir  cle arance s .'.<��� this  v. Intel
Veen  wi'l find exl    I n mm   valu, -  al
75c, 90c. $1.00. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 anl
$2.00 per pair.
LACE CURTAINS���3/2 YARDS   LONG.
'i'he   widths  shown  in  this  length   are   from   1
Man;,   .li'signs shown in  ivory as   well   as   white-.
heavy   or light   as desired.    Values   shown   ;,:>'   ir.
Columbia, $1.75, $2.00. $2.50 to.$6.00 per pair.
PATENT  "ARISTON"   CURTAINS.
Made of double woven unbreakable  nei.    Thi
lace curtains is unequalled  for durability an.l can
number of limes  without fear or damage.     We she
lvor.\  and  two tone effect.     Handsome designs im ���  ���
$3.75   to  7.25   per  pair.
IRISH   POINT AND SWISS  NET CURTAINS.
Tile'   designs  shown  this  season are in  (ii;-
instances, others are- plain centres   with   heavy   l,or<!
never handled as complete a  range of those as w,  i  ���       ��� ������.. :. *
Better values than ever apply in   the  same way. Ices $37;,
$-1.50.  $6.00  to $9.00 per  pair.
BOBINET CURTAINS.
Xew designs in these serviceable curtains; .-,��� Dstructiotis
fi.:-  washing accompany  every pair.   Per pair $2.50      S5.75.
Brass curtain rods, complete with fixtures pei r, li:. -Oc
and 50c	
Wood  rods, comi lete.    Perpalr 35c.
NEW   DESIGNS   IM   MUSLINS.   ETC.
Madras   Muslins.  Se'iims.  Frill, I  M
slins, Art S    ce        'rei :.:������������
Sash   Muslins,   etc.:   fringes   '0 match
all   mat,                          :
1 Mir stock is now <omplete.
Easter
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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ANOTHER    LOT
EATON HURLBUT'S
or
Strjck a .Mine.
H iko late, Japan, March 21.���The
British steamship F, rnley. fr mii Ta-
��� oma, im bruary 10, foi Taku, has b, n
b' a< 1,- ; near here 1 Me ��� having sustain! i ' xtensive dam ig, s. It is supposed sh, strui. 1 floating mine in
l he s: ,,.;���- of 'IV tgaru.
AND
NOVELTIES
AT
Paper sid Envelopes
JUST   OPENED   AT
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12.000   for the   Railways.
Montr, al,   Que .   Ma eli   21.���Steamship  ageni -  1 stimate thai   !.. 1  I u
ig]   born       orers will I, ave   heir native homes in a few weeks, to come t ,
1'. nada  I 1 w irl   al   railway con-'   1
lion work.
Moreys
217-219 Columbia St.
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The Finest and Largest Slock , f Furniture is to he seen ai
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock Btil I
New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finisl,
W. E. TALES
FURNITUHE    EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four   Floors.      Rear Extension
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Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a, in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m. to ll p m.
20 Minute Service���,\o transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and f> and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a.m. anil 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from fi.2", a.
m to ll p.m., excepl between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly,
Sunday Service ha___tourly between 8.30 a.m. aiul 1.1 p.m.
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lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; line lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location. :$1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair
npfl/r enr linp     $9.7fin     Tovme " '       '
$2000 for
Two
both
7-roomed
Terms.
$2750.   Terms.
Houses on 9th St.
6-room Cottage "in East End;
Terms.
modern.   $2500.
British Columbia Electric Ry.-Co., Lid
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LANGLEY, 312. Eighty acres; 20 cleared a
ance light timher; small house ani
fenced; 300 bearing fruit trees; good
cows, hogs, machinery and implen
whole as a going concern.   $3
LANGLEY, 306.-160 acres, partly cle
house, small barn and outbuild
60 trees; on good road; conven
post office and school.   Price $21
SURREY, 224.-150 acres 1 1-2 miles
dale, 25 acres cleared, balanc
land, easily cleared; 6-room
etc.; 1-2 mile from school, church, p
and store.    Price $50 per acre
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THOS. R. PEARSOft, Mgi
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