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 "P        tWeAsse^,
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 7(J
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1!)(IT,
10 CENTS PEK WEEK
ijllANIA REEKS      i WOODEN COACHES      DEPUTATION SUBMIT A TACOMA THEATRES      EVERETT WORKMEN
WITH INNOCENT GORE   MAKE WAY EOR STEEL
FULL REPORT
CANNOT BE CLOSED
DECIDE TO QUIT
:n:TAL   TROOPS
MEN AND  CHILDREN  WHO  BEG
r0P  THEIR   LIVES.
BUTCHER WO-j PENNSYLVANIA ROAD EUILDS
PASSENGER CARS THAT WILL
LESSEN   DANGER,
Couriers  to-
ever? where
Complete I ext of Agreement Reached at Ottawa Between
Representatives of Fishermen and Canners and the
Minister of Fisheries, Submitted to Special Committee.
LAW COMPELLING CLOSIeMG OF
THEATRES DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY JUDGE SNELL
SUPERINTENDENT BLAMES MENINGITIS AND USES FORMALDEHYDE  FREELY.
Chicago, March 31.    I'i-'.".
an  iei-e|e r plai eti  bj   the  Penn
road for 200 steel  passeng, .   car
bul  the flrsl instalmeni ol i
1.-..-,
���V
2,000 all-stei I < ar    I . obtain wh
>eeii    made,    c   <
. i ng, ments  hav
more  wooden  cars  for i ll he
or passengi .   sen ic, b,   ��� ���'   red
th,    P< hum;. Ivani i,     Mies-   w    the
deaths   in   railroad  accidepts   in   this
��� mtr;   af,    lu,   t,   pa   engers  ix d
burned after the ��r, ovei     This
would be done away   with b.   th,    is,
eel  cars.     T, lescoplng, also,   il
has been de i . :. .-,., il |   ,.  ,, |0]
material   the
��� car, It I   ���
i.    This
icban   m   March  31
, .hi      ai ���      speeding
,,,: |   ���    Roumanla, arousing    the
nd   working   people in the
,,,,,!   ,���!;,;.      to  r, BlSl    the   ironies
maklni   audi  li' rce  attacks
ih,   rioters  In  the  disturbed  dis-
Ev,. ���  village ami hamlel 1ms
,rganIzation directed by the anar-
,       hav,   started   the   uprls-
im] a]    ���, woi: Ing to one end���to
[] mi,   th,   people to open revolt.
While al  flrsl ii appeared thai  the
uhorltiei   w, re getting    the    upper
I thr,      i  the vigorous repressive
��� ��� ed, ii is now apparent that I is?hed
:,. governmenl   1ms overdone   itself,      Al   preseni es   o
lalitj  of the troops has acted   '" ' ol n steel passeng,
..   a count,     irritant.     Women   and | timated,        I   average
Iren 1    ������ been Bhot down as ruth-
I, -,-���!.        iave the men who opposed
d I   rs.    The troops seemed car-
, j.i.1-. bj a deBlre to kill
iday's developments show that the
Miiiy  of i!i"   troops  lias   passed   to
��� ���    poini   , :'   butchei\.     The   worst
��� ate.no of this Is that ll came at a
mm,' when thi backbone of the rebel-
on ��� ken. It Is I Ills which
;������   sn arc ise d  I he people.
U'    a ��� m.  a   score    of   towns
��� - h   were   bom bar led   broughl   the
r,e tale ol how women and children
been  killed,  fighting .-i,I<��� by  si<|,'
.  their    husbands,  brothers    and
���' 'li,-,!! I -   . gainst   the   troops.
Canescheti   there  was  a   virtual
a, re     An  outbn ak  there  called
��� ro m    to th,   tov, ii.    H\  the time
' ��� . arrived the i Ingleaders had disap-
red.     Hundreds of peasants threw
��� mselvee on thair knees as the sol-
fi       '��� ���     ��� .   i egging   for their
at
��� sheri, - ion  v, hich   re
Otti '     bori    whili
in . Ittee In  th,
.     ��� ��� en.     The
���   ���
M, ss
M        [
cn, ���-,  (Ml,, .- ,1,   Ml
follows:
11 i Sain on  ! iat, h La .-
Frasi      , nuised  :.;.   Min. ter;
Tacoma,   March  111.���The    law    re-
'    7, ve    e as   gai ding   the   cl, sing   of   theatres   on
.-   . ni onstitutional.       The
hold true, however, In
regard to thi        mum of saloons, the
Ever, tt, March 31.���Greal Northe n
workmen have been leaving ti." division terminal yard here and Superin-
;i ndenl Scotl is somewhat exercised
over the anion of his men, believing
of    tin'    deputation, Salmon  Hal  he   ..    Nechacco Riven
,   ,.    ,,           ,.          ,         , ,            .,. . n   ol   th,   liauor trafBc  IhmTil;   their departure to be caused by a tear
m   .1.  C.   i:   iwn,   ii.   Doyle   anl I-raser River, stron           ged; Salmon ��� ���-'������������                ���'i"
il      ���      er,       resent,    with Hatchery,    yuesnelle    Lake, Frasei -    hin th           ���   power of the state,   j of meningitis, which recently brought
., in- ��� man..km - of Tacoma theatres.
. atres may continue wiih their
3uud   .    erfoi mances.
The  cour,   held  lhat  the  state  has
in- . ighl t,   s iy whether a  pla, e shall
p, :.. :  when the charact -r of the
. . ��� 'iii-:,) nee is me-  stated.
M .:   ch   ch  wi re next  ,1 ior to  a
-    atr,    m        eel  re was to !������ given,
bout double ilu. price of th,      '    ltacion :,!1'    ���'   reports fro:n Brit"
would
es, nl stj le ol �� ��� |, n pas -i!i!?er
\, this rate the 2,000 new
st, el i ars with which the Pennsylvania has | lanned to ; rovide itself will
cost over $30, I,	
-' '  |,   ��� an :   I   don't  believe the  law
which says the theatre door shall not
.--  ��� day    is    constitutional."
GREEN CLOTH FAIES
TO GET VICTIMS
MONTE CARLO MANAGERS GREATLY DISTRESSED BECAUSE GAM-
ELING  RECEIPTS DECLINE.
Monte Carlo, .March 31.���-A xi,��� ���    -
sue I to :,,.      ��� the 1       I ni Mon
te Carlo gambling rooms ��� a ea. ��� te in the evenh
:      :   lv      .    '-.  lerman   Shil,     and   Rive    strong      irge      Salmon Hatch       Such is the decision of Judge Snell,
tt, and  Messrs, T.  S.     m.  Babine Lake Rh   m pro-1        .,       ��� ..       C0U1.t, who yesterday
G,  Anderson,  and   M.  Sin-^nised bj   AK:,:   er; Sa      -,  ;,  , i   .     ; .,,;,,,���;   the  entire   list    of    cases
repi .  th,   committee . Af-   !-'';-''���-''  ''���''    '   Sk r.a   Ri;       ,.-. . g,
;  . ��� enl ition   oi   the   written   ment   urge I.
is, ussion tool  p ac, .      :-' '' ': '������.' ���'��� ������ ���    hat     four
men the d< putation  going    " ���������'������ fiv,   named hatch, i   m, I;,
oier all tbe points an !  giving details   s' ian   Lake   Hi t, h, i ���,   N< cl ti.
Ich  ,    ild not  b,    Inclu led   In  tne  ' ���   District   Hatchery, Qu,   n,   ���   Lake
written  n   ort,  parti, i arij as   to the   f-atl   ��� :- I    ' s,    Hatchei ..   be
.    md Ihe impres-    ������'���"������     '���'������'���'    '-������   mo .���   at,    - apacity oi
r,   ted at Ottawa by the canners'   "i:   '    -������   ���  and  il   is  mosl   strongly
g, I that all of thi   i   hatcheries be
hoi iz, I and proceed, d with a1 earl-
i, si possible date.
(2)  Extend  wei kly  close  time  dur-
ng Sockeye fishing  (July is, to Aug-   prose, itin
isi 25th) in   "off" yeai foi    elghl
irs (6 a m. Saturd        , G a.m  \l a-
. ��� isi  of (, .-' e  v.-   -.....-
-;<.|   bridge, Fraser river.
1  ; ss ie  Iii ense  to  fish    bi twi ��� n
Aiissi, :i    bridge     and     Westminster
��� - Ig,   i nl}   tu   persons,   who,   I ��� ing
Lfritisb  subjects,  arc actual   residents
either ln  the  City of New  Westmin-
1    or along the Fraser river easi of
th- "abovi ", Wi stminster I ri Ige, i n
such   lie-us.--  to   be   iss ie!   only   to
i   " ''���'���   i'"!'s"iM   who , re   kn iwn to  the
Fish, ries Department as bona fide fish
���   men   who  hold   iie ens, -   and  fished
I'., the Frase r prioi to Januar;   ;.       7
aie,,   who  hai"   been   resl lents  ���.   ,
in  the City of New Westminster, or
death to four near Delta. To stamp
o it any lingering dangers of the mai-
adj Superintendenl Scott has caused
a thorough cleaning up of the yards,
baying large quantities of formaldehyde for the purpose.
An employe who discussed the resignation of iii,' workmen said il was
not brought aibout by any fear of the
disease, but by a tear of blacklisting
ir the event the pending railroad
strike should be ordered.   To become
i'  could be   closed,"   said   Judge I blacklisted   by  a railroad  means that.
Columbia.     At  the close  it   was
i.-iM.ed        'I.   \:, I, rs, n an i seconded
T Annan la le, thai a \ ite of -hanks
to thi   ���    mbers of the deputation be
for the        : j ii*-;- in which they
ischarged     I leii     commission,
iii '   m   was  unanimously car-
-    ��� f thos,   ; resent  expres
sing   I ii   [he d, putafTon
a I   accoi '     even    mor,'    than
- it      ve    ��� ���        pected considering
osit       they hail to encounter.
Report of Deputation.
Gentlen   c;
in ersigned . ppointe I as a
���.������; utation to waal upon the G ivern-
. ��� ni   ,m   Ottawa.
��� .    hanges   in   the  regulations,
a i   ���   b,     matt, i ���   : ffecting  I he  sul-
mon : shing industry  on Frasei   rive
the>   r, iched  Ot-
Mar, b
a man cannot return. These men did
not wan; to enter a strike and I r>k
the only available means of keeping
Attorney    Rowland   will   out  of   trouble   which   they   believed
pp, tl the cases to the supreme court.  -wouHd  fall  on  all  big railroads.    By
  ' resigning their positions as they did
they escape the dreaded blacklist.
PERfECT Of POLICE
PLEASED WITH PUPS
WHITE'S ART TREASURES.
Superb   Collection   Will    Pass   Under
the Hammer���Many Masterpieces.
TOWSER    IS   A   TERROR   TO   EVIL
DOERS      IN      P A R I S��� KEENER
THAT-.' GENDARMES.
Xew York, March 31���From the American art galleries there was Issued
yesterday a handsomely illustrated
catalogue of the Stanford White art
treasures. These- constitute a superb
collection which Thomas E. Kirby
The  experiments   will dispose of in  the residence.  No,
explain th,   large fall which has taken '��� ���  ���       lable,   owing   to  the
i.'ac,   :,i the value' of the shares and   :   ���-��� ���" f the       .    er of Marine and
'nunI'-' i b} their prayers thf com-
idei made deliberati preparations
ie on the helpless creatures. Then
v., !',��� ... many im i hem witU cnil-
n tir..M ng at theii skirts. Tiisheil
hi ' on tn shii Id the nn-n. When
sin,',,,   ol the vo ley cleai i i there
me .��� ��� prot, -m- thai a -��� s-
tematic attempt is being made to
alarm shareholders. Tiie note admits
thai In ihe- earlj pari of the present,
winter season the visitors w, r, n u ;.
f' yi:' in number th��n usual, aad it
also .m lunwli dg, ������ that although thi
tee    s  now   well   811, I   pla}   Is   fai
i; IJ
:-,-   si',.: i s   Ol    womi n   and   .'li;Ie!i'e ii
, : H   h th,     ������ ��� I.   All 'who had   '
iped    I     h  ��� m    .'. ,un b    ; ose   . n I
i In a panic
isheri . ��� ��� ������ .. an opportundt} of
imssenUng theii case until the 6th,
when they had ^n interview with the
Minister  and   dls, ussed   the    matter
1 ' ���      They   were  a companied   and
"      ��� I    :���   J    B.   Kennedy, M.  /'.
Hon. W. T, ���:-��� le man and Ralph Smith,
���:    !'.'���'.    ���    presen    thn ighoul    as
Paris, Mi rch 31.
mad, ., be prefect oi police in the 1121 East Twenty-first street on thn
llstrici o! the t'uis Boulogije wiih afternpona of Thursday, Friday and
along th, Fraseo- River easi ol (or logs as aids "to policemen nave deter-i Saturday of next week. The patnf-
"a n \,' i Westminst,: bridge prior to mined o train mon- dogs for the pur- Ings, as distinguished from the ftirn-
the said date. The license to I <��� sole- pose. Fo i I igs are now being train- ishings and household ornaments, will
-.    used   by such   liens,,.,  and   to   be   ed   foi police   service   of  Nancy,   be sold in Mendelssohn Hall on Thurs-
strictly   non-transferable In   any   way        ���-     anl     ls   we'll   accompany  thi
* ��� "'��� also thi mi .. , '- of 1 he canners'
'���''���������   i m so great.i       eputation, and R   Hall    ei Vie i ,ria.
ial.    The  resu     is a falling off to       '���'������ ��� -a  sum
i'he peasants topk  :-  '        ometh ..   |,000,  francs  ' ���'���'     ant of I     -      awn  up        youi
at  Ghimpatzi,    When ��  squad ol   ���'���  -1'   receipts   and a furthei  declin IU   ��� ������ '   ��� ' ch is     tach-
an   ai rive I  there the rioters m, I   ''���* P1 ���' ahlc  be:
:, with , he, re.    This deceived il���   ' '-'' < " March 31
man ler an I he oi    red th,   p o
lismount,    When thi Ir arms had
sta, peas ants f, 11 on th,
: - . ed hall ol then
the lin ancl ,.   .;��� ���. ���   ��� -i '���      ��� . -  argued at
As a crmsequen,       -' ���     ength, the mi     ���   - of the can-
foi  any period of time.
(A) Additional  pa   ol      ats an !  office)     urg, '  on  th,   Frasi      ���>
li i  ;:��� tj, :    crap-ownei s to ��� fectu-
������"   close the entrance to salmon I
;:   means  of a   sm 11   m,  hed   ipi
ei ������nin.; the ue el '���   ������    .. tini'
'"'  Minimum  fine  for    trap
' ions ,o be $250.00.
IS)  No   one   shall   can   salm, n   '  I-
porte I   from   , ,       lace  outs   I ���
day and Friday evenings, April 11 ami
12.
The frontispiece in the catalogue is
Riven over to the first century Greek
vase, a most notable piece of its kind.
The  pieces  of tapes,ry.  the series of
four dating  from   the  Italian   renais-
ve a quick, r ear, a sharp   sance and hanging in the dining ro;oto
I ���   merring sense of locali-  and the large Gobelin tapestry  ^h-eh-
The}   know   exactly   whcaci'   ;t   is nl the end of the niusi;c TOom  .,,.,,
and make  for 11  Imme   arc subjects of i11,istr^ffon    Many un-
ate ��� ���'"���   a   human   has  first  to j tlque   musical  ir.-strtiments   are  aptly
of this
��� i     ���    en  on   their  night   duty.    As
���i   ���   :.   wards in  the town oi
N'an,...  then   v. i '  be a dog for < ach
ward.
Th,    ' ���-      lie men have the advan-
;L vei     he   human   policemen  in
v'iii certaml}    '   .    ��� luctlon of
eighty to i   I un I    II    ���,. ���   a th,
���    li
' ��� >'   leputation ,   nten ling  that   n s-
ns as - the majorit}
��� ���   fishery     m  uis sion wei e n, ������
>LGARY'S STREET   RAILWAY.
City  Wo!   Have   Municipal Tramway  Costin'j 5250.000.
ZIMMERMAN   MUFBER.
Pen icton Prisoner Has Sympathies
Many���Evidence   is   slight.
:.:���'. and ���  ,  eers of your depu-   |,cse "'   '���' '���"'- ' :':::' :  !il  the  district
inly su  ��� u-ted b}  Mr. Ken-   ,Ki:,:fl' s!m'l be liable to seizure and
ii    ������ sing   .': M   contention,  and   (,'n,i'' ;l'i,;i-
'<'    vince of British Columbia into that   find this out  for himself through in-   employed   in the decoration
Division  or  Distri ;   known  as  New vestigation. _^_   -     '
^'estmins er I istrict, and any raw or t= 2*z^jx	
':'"!l sa'mon so In    i ted for the pur-;        DOUETS DOWIE'S death.
Devcut  Discip
ErstwHtie Leader
of
��� n,   March    31.   J, ! n     Nlchol,
'-. fa,:      ��� uenlj along
'  ���    mm n stat, nent.
��� ��� ���- i;  ��� ���  ��� .    ��� thai  the alarm-
.. .' be u i ul isli, i|.
Gem va, March 31.���Madam, F ifer
the dlscipl, I John Ah xander Dowie
I, ��� believe the prophi i* is dead
"      II!
'I      ���
lasl    ll    el     .    live
���
|u. coun,
Rvenin  .   th,   ���  re,
���   ihe  pu
be    bo
a strei
lopted,      I.
Penticl  ���    arrested   in   i onn    fTon ���       ��� ��� 'omm, a lations of
���
..���
:    '
��� ' '���  sali ���
,      ,    III
of the   city.     Tm
aid
1 in,   man ���,    I, - was r, -
I    mi  Thurs lay  fi .   eight   d
v Ithoui   :   ���:��� arlng.     I.   II.  Pratt,  of
��� ��� . Ing al lei h - Inter, sl j.
���   ���    tood that,
circui
.
earai        ei I      rem     -    ���
h,   m piised lias  no ..:ii
en jewelry
lhe    nd there elil hat tl
1     ...���������    i ���
cient ti ll lal.    Tho
I ipathi,        ���' ���    ��� ��� ������    : :
��� '"\- \ wil ie th,   ���  : Mi,e r.
MM
an
ii    .    on laid   ..." ��� : the
...     ,       ms of the canners'
' ������ i),    ������ een In :, tawa
��� ; ���  ! an ii
run was si
ei.au      he       lining indti
���    i    - ������    ��� i    quite nal ur
ii nc .    i
���
���        . akei
ere        Ing the Govern
19) The  completion  of th<    Skeei
'���'��� '���' " ��� na     oal and Its oj eration this
Beason Is urgently requested.
11", The provision i f a diver an I ,
necessary  gear  to    the    Government   When   I s was  brought  to hei
'in tiger "Samj son" In oi '���    to removi    sl a said:
':" ;  ' 3I '���     '   ' '���' ineffectivenei i ol      "i  do nol  believe it.    The prophet
''"  'v";'k i:; '-equested. ���-      ��� ,,,. he n mid  never die.
A  8ulJlJ1ementai      ��� . He said he i lighi go away for a timi
tl ���  dei   ration to I
iiiiisio room.
White's residence was a veritable
treasure house of an. There a "J '
numbers in the catalogue of art . "'"
DTScre'dits Demise of i jects. The pictures are 122 in nun be
and range from old masters ro living
artists, among the latter several Americans.
FATTY IS DEAD.
heaviest   Man   in   United   States
cumbs to Degeneration.
Suc-
i ton,   Wis., Marc!, ;:i.~ Elmere
��� go awfl}
-   n and return the  Sheppard, 17 years old  known all  > er
'   '      ���'     ' :   :    I '   mon,     I  h il  him." th,  country as Big Eno, the C
' would en     When   ' iers came with the no-   heaviest   man   In   the   United   8
tice of <:e-   leath,   he added: "He wi ,1 here   his morning of tatty d a n-
; .   i,   ind
return again to me,
again befor,
I i ���   him   oration   of  the   heart.    Eno wel he I
' ��� unds ad v as gaining in weighi
' t  al the rate of a pound a wee:;.   The
Chines- Avoid America. "...   had   to  be  removed   from   th
���As    a    protesl   house before I ���::��������� placed in a coffin
Seeking  a  Reprieve. Narrow Escapv.
31.���The    po; ' '         B. C.  March 111     Thn
���' '��� ���             ���',!������,   ;,   reprl, ve   for ctiji... -     fa  gasolln,                 in   \.-
1    laynoi   [he young  man who " '���'���   '     ���   ���''  mldnigh     est,   la
ed to death, recently, for ;i ,|:    ow escap,      (l. E.    White,   a          poin   Inti           un    n  vhlch can
of    William    Whiteley* rancher, filled thi   tank with gasoline,           ���                          illy   mneeessary,
conducted here uiul, r tllln       ime  on   his  clothes,  wWch   ivhlle                              ich as hatch-
of two en- three news- caughl   fin   latei   when  scratching  a I erles on the u                    and Increas.
wing.    Names to the pe-'miftch,    The gasoline was upsel and  ed       rol to pr,      I the honesl fisher
ls '" ''   'ami.ai to the Home Sec- the three men, Wniii', Dr. Bridgeman   men, and prevenl p i   hing, have been
��� i    ������ ��� and still is '
uimended  :l considerable i pro     tin     h,
lement of th
thes,         lenci        i    I pu                     len read which too   up   he ���,.   ins    the   anti-Chinese  attitude  of no door.or window in the buildln* !���������-
n had to contend.                            roposed    i    ilatiou    Ind   ail, point- m-        m,       ������  the exclusion of Chi- lng large enough to permit the
the conference is   ���'������    ;l ': :'            nml     m had mi             students, sons of mandarins with caskel being taken inte, the hous,
il mi   be        ���   ;    atemenl here.     ���1',,i  ::;i'- " e   li ith oi nets governmenl scholarships, originally In- 	
uttacl   :.    ll   will  be seen  that a   used inside and outside thi   river, und tended for   American universities, are Fan's Fond Hopes.
Hsh now in France to pursue their studies Baseball enthusiasts In this cit} are
Idge, Is the  ' nnen outside while il   ��      comp
uncharitably hoping that Tacoma will
.lining I,
col, nl,
the
to come in from
a ml the continent,   Many
>tator8 believe thai   Rayner
���      11,
Whit, ,
others hold thai he
son.
emigre-
,'allace   Sired    Medio-
ami .1. E. Tayllor, were In the flame . s, cured.
'.:. ��� Bre was smothered with blankets We. b
bul noi before the launch had harn,'el  oui appreciation of th, courteous man
tively useless In the river aud tl i ery fourth   year   was  caus,',i  by the win  out   in  the struggle  at   nresenl
restriction on fishing    ,o\     h,  bridj ��� esence in  thai   year of  a  big run going on between thai  city and  Bel-
' I   ongi     close    Ime on   the   r-Tvei , th< upper Fraser spawning grounds, linghara   for  a   place on   the   N
, i.ill bi  ol          little use as a meas and the prop, r policy therefore, was western league,    in the event of Bel
mi  of . rotectl in i ,r the fisheries, and to restock those grounds ln the three llnghum getting the little emi of the
the   proposed    mtl              p    oi     the years oul of every four In  which the cudgel,  ihere is a strong probability
depth of the nets would discriminate run was almost a failure by hatchery thai the baseball players of that eltv
In conclusion, to express againsi   resident   white fishermen  in'work.    The statement took up a num- wil] enter the Intercity league at pres-
favor ol Japanese fishermen,    II  was ber of related  Issues  and deall  with ent   In   the  course of  formation   be-
to  ihe  water.    The  engine was
ai.leel in the excitement,
el;
which we were received and  pointed oul that the hatcheries' work   numerous facts bearing on the ques-   tween Vancouver, New  Westminster
in
listened  to by those Ministers whom
had been* fully   provided  for  on   the  tlon,   All  the statements  made were
���     .    Sl"iday  Funerals.
i   i   allr     """   31._Th
;   ;":i oi i),,, w
,:! hold a meeting this
'���""!'ii discussion of
v.,; '��� iho church.
!'"' question e,f Bun   opinion tha   before Ions there will be
mat-
II   Is
[ e taken up
i 'Torts will i,
actiso,
am
in.uh'
Mr.   Cliff's   Opinion.
R, i.. Cliff, of Cliff & Sons, proprietors of the  Western Can. Co.,  New
Westminster, was in town yesterday.
Mr. Cliff wis (n the' Southern Country  all In his power to fo wa   I th,	
��� ir  a.  Kerem, ,s,     He Is of the' of our \:
mux r   BROWN.
,   |ini|   i doz, a    tnnln ��� factories In this                          OBOROB M VCK1E,
p .,, ,,.        . ���   he  hopes    to    supply HENRY DOV1   '.
ii,,.,,, all with     "      l'": ,;l���'"    ::"'    '    Cone!     ������ '        t the i onf, ������
died was proved to be ample. Mr. Bi b gumenl from the facts set t'oi-th. The
himself saying thai the run had point  emphasised  was thai   ihe Har-
u-vei   failed,     It  was  certain   there rison run had never failed, while there
e tha   i ' restrictions were required had been periodical failures in the up-
lo provide an ample supply of fish foi per Fraser  run  for a  hundred  years
and Blaine. The advantage of having
the Bellingham team in such n league,
is well known to every baseball fan
and it would ,,rov,> a strong drawing
rani.
ive ,M,,.      ,i .iness shown   Harrison wntershed, and that the Bup-   substantiated by references to his;,,,'i
nersorall} by Hon. W. Templeman, pl>' o1' spawning fish on thai  water- cai and other documents and by ar-
. n I  f,   ''.  Kennedy,  M.  P., the latter
giving us  practically his whole time
while we wave In Ottawa, , nd doinu
Sunday Workers Fined.
Porl   Arthur,  Ont.,  March  Sl.���The
ion hatcheries  and that  the ������   Hudson's Hay records show-  first prosecution here under the Sun
:,"-,   hatcheries  would  not   In    tha   one ^ear In four had been a   day  observance  act, occurred yestei
.  malnl iin, but would Increase the  toti I failure at  the beginning of lasl   day morning, when   two   oarpenters
Harri   a Thei   i run ev- J century, , were fined for working on Sunday last
'
It ^t<��
* f~ *T1 "^Hf W |IRi 1
T II E   DA II. Y   X EWS.
MONDAY, APRIL 1, 190','.
- -^*^
LADIES:
Ask for...
ASTER  SHOES
Gentlemen:   Ask to see the newest shoe on the market.   It's
The Walk-Over Shoe"
MADE   IN   THE   UNITED   STATES.
"Johnston Bros."
AMERICAN
SHOES
These Two Lines are Top-Notchers in the art of Shoemaking.
We control the agency for these goods.
Johnston's
tore
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
^���ftjfjjjy
���������� ,
ALMANACH  DE  GOTHA.
Ci
mmm
vi I      '}
^g
SIMPLE AND
LASTING
as well as sanitiry results are
obtained from the use of Alabaitine. Instead of deteriorating with age, it actually
becomes harder, until at last it forms
part of the wall itself.
mmm alabastine
with its plain tints, suppliss a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsome rooms, leaving your walls free from th�� delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 55 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
HiNlnry   of   Tills  Ole)   and   World   Fa.
mon*  Institution.
The AliiiaiKirii elc (le,iim is more tbnn
an   almanac,     lt    is   an    institution.
; Bravely arrayed in red and gold, it lies
! on the tnble of every diplomatist, is iu
constant request in the newspaper of-
' flees of all countries and makes a wider
and more international appeal than any
other annual eet' reference in the world.
It Is to Europe what Burke and I>e-
brett and the other peerages are to the
British  isles,  and  it  is  also  the  lineal
ancestor and model of such topical en-
spring Duitmgs
Just Arrived one of the  largest  and   most
complete stocks in British Columbia
STndla8o��ar Xt2����!Ti2?bX:SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17-00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $17.00 UP
A political and social history of the
world for the last 150 years could
be written from its back numbers if
these were readily accessible to students.   But they are not   The  Alma-
naeh de   Gotha   began   to  appear   in   Satisfaction guaranteed or  money   refunded.     Suits  kept   in   repair
1703, but the purchasers ,li,t not die it r i r ' r^ ���
free ot charge tor one year.     Open evenings.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
WHAT IS NEEDED!
:,, i-ai.se good  sta   . is go I FEED.    We keep the besl  and Uie
besl only,    Make ������   irch en    In      :���  giving them good feed.
Stven           ,-our live s'.o, hull ling  up   bone  an I  ran   le,
and use CARNAC ......
EAeDlES have led I       '���   -"    Horn  made Eburne
Millin ���  C If not  i i ���   . :���: un 1 try it; the results
11 t ai ned   ar,   excellent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Cor.   McKenzie   and    Front
for reference. The earliest numbers in
the British museum are those for 1 TT i
and 17*:!, a ml a complete set can lee
consulted nowhere except In the eelile,
rial office In   Friedrich's  Allee In the
> little Thurlngian capital.   Probably not
i one in ten thousand eef those who currently use the almanac has any kuowl-
' edge of its interesting history.
It  hael   of  course   Its  predecessors.   257   FRONT   STREET
The   bibliographies  of   almanacs   are
: ponderous   tomes,  and   the mi,Idle of
I the eighteenth century was the golden
i age of this kind of liternture.   In Paris
i alone as many as seventy-three almanacs were published In the year 17,;,,.
including a royal almanac, an almanac
for merchants, an almanac for Freemasons, an nlmannc of beasts, an almanac of badinage, etc. The city of
Gothn Itself liael Its own almanac from
a still earlier date in the shape of an
"improved Gothn genealogical and
writing calendar," the origin of which
is lost In the mist of untlquity, though
a copy dated  ITI" survives.���Francis
��� Grlbble in ScribnerNs,
THE
���c
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
M. LANGTRY
FRONT   STREET.
Telephone ".22
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t Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 *
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The Crowning  Blow.
"Mothers  and   nurse's   have devised
and invent,���>!  many  ways of procuring
obedience ami correct behavior from
their little charges," said a park policeman, "The familiar 'bogy man' is stlli
employed, but the times change nnd
tho people with them. Tho lasl line'
day, when the park was Oiled wii?,
mothers and nurses, 1 beard a nev
way of appealing to the hue or fear of
a child. A stylishly dressed youn-; wo
mun lending an Irrepressible youngster,
after making nil sorts of threats ana
promise*1 wlthoui effect, Bald, 'Child,
child, you give me wrinkles under my
eyes!' "���New York Press,
The Schaake Machine Works,ud.
I NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ma*smxxiK!xr-iXz--mMi&fVr^^       ar aa tc: rxyjc.;
I Gilley Bros, ltd i
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
���
���
���+
���
:
X    WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
used ley nearly all large contractors in the Prov ince.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
���
���
���
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:
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL   *
BRICK. \
From the Clayburn clay Co.   \\
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,   ���
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
To   Chit   ii   llutl   llnlill,
A way to cure n bad hal,it is thus
explained by the Rev. Samuel McCoinb
In the New York World: If you have
a habit you wish in gel rid of put your
mind upon it after going to bed. Ke
solve ie, discard that hal,it at the moment you are lapsing from semiconsciousness into complete unconsciousness. Repent the operation several
aigbts, several weeks if necessary, and
cure will follow, provided that the day
after the llrst night the experiment U
stalled you obey the impulse that will
come on you to avoid the accustomed
haliit.
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY  WATER-
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Le ive \. VV   15.40; arr \. \Y. 11.35.
C.P.R.  MISSION BRAN
Leave X. W. S.30; ar Se ittle 15.50,   ;
l.e- ive Sea-::,. 12.30;  ar. N. W.  13.40
��� P.R   WESTMINSTER  JUNCT1 ��� >.
I Leave X. W   S. I I, 10. 13, 1" I I, IT.
Arrive X. W. 9 :'���"���. 11.35, 1G.40, 18 I
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWA?
Lv. N. \v. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 | ,m
Lv. X. \v. 4,:;re p.m.; ar, Seattle 10 p tn
p.m.
V.,  W. &  r.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. VV. 3 p. m. anil 9:35 p. m.
Lv. Vance,uver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m
(!. X. R.���PORT GUICHON
Lv.   N.   W.  9:35 am.;   ar.  Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv, Guichon, 'J:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
S:!.", ;, m. and 6 p. m
Mondays only.
B.  C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
l.v. Xew Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour ther,
after till ll p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster a
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP  RIVKR.
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. File'., h  ,
From Chwk.  Tu., Th.,  Sat.. 7  n .
Ramona���
From X. W. Tu., Th., S it   8 n n
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl., 7  i   i
DOWN  RIVER.
Transfer���
Prom x.vv. laily.es   Sn
Add. trip, Monda: . 5 a.m
From Steve il in, : a.i . <F     >; a in
Mail Service
i'.
Seattl, , via Sumas 7.1; 6.1
.-.i    erl ce in I Millie, No. 1  7.4f, a in. ll    ��� n
Vancotn  r,  No.  1. 7. ir. a.m.   91   ������ ���
,; N.R   Clove   '  le
Blaine  ,S, i    e.,  S.45 a.i
���fl  Van. & Cen,  Park 10 30 a.i
'.    toria    1031   ,
J;Kast n    n ibj  ���  1.131    .     ii
.   . ner, Stev,
etc       1.301   n, 11.00
C.P.R oast, S i ���
ton, Mills] le an i
Coqultlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m
Van   and Burnaby 3.30 p.m.   G.00 p.ml
, n.r, Flyer   4.00 p.m   11.00 p.m.]
TImberland, Ties
md Friday .   . ..12.00 m,    12-00 m-
SAND. CRUSHED  ROCK.
���
Telephones: Office 26,    b'tlanaget's Residence 22 X
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.,,3  vjoud   News.
"I have," saiel a lawyer as lie entered
liis condemned client's cell, "good news
ai last."
"A I'oprlev i?" eagerly exclaimed tho
prisoner.
"No, not a reprieve, bui your uncle
has lefi you C500, and now you can
meel your fate with tho satisfying
foollnu ili.-ii the' noble efforts of your
lawyer in your behalf will n >l no unre
warded."   London Tit Bits,
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HANI).     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.
CLACK SMITH ING.
Having bought oul  the BlacksmlUi-l
lng business of R, ii. Benson, I wm|J
be  please.1  to  see  all  his ol I CUSl I
ers, as well as new ones     Horseshoef
ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
City Electric Works|
Opposite Tram Offiece
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
3. STEWART
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
For electric signs, dj mum. , i, motorsj
,..., 'phone Bxtun b, jhade i, li : s, bal |
teries,  v, ire' an I  cable -  i [ nil  kind
an l  MM-.    House wli Ins.    M ' >" i"|
-   t\ tiling a .  eel ilty,   All Ulti I; of ri
pairs promptly attended to.
J. DICiBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304. flONDAY, APRIL 1, 1907.
THE   DAILY
!���; w
I
B. C. Mills, Timber and AletSpecti
Trading Company     Second Hand Store
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
i Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
in   London,   Englan !.
Mexico City.    A Gen-
Iranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and
N, u   York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and
i ral Banking Business  Transacted,
tters of Credit issued, available wi tl   correspondents in all parts of the
Wl :    ���
Jvings Bank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1  and upwards,
and   nl,  est allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
|tal Assets over $168,000,000.00.
u
VESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. I).  BRYMNER, Manager.
Second Hand Goods of
all hinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign   Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Land Registry Act.
R,   Subdhision   ��� and   9  ol   Lol   -.
.   m  Block  T. Ni -.   \v< stmin t, i
< 'il  .    Whereas   ;m of ol   the  loss 'if
C,   tificate   of   Title   Number   5132a,
' I In ih,' name of Grace P. Pride,
has   een Bled In this office.
N, tice Is hereby glvi n thai  i shall,
a! the expiration ol , ne month from
m     late of il," flrsl  , i ilication nereis   .- ... duplicate of (he said Certificate,  unless in the meantime  valid
objection be male to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C . .March 13, 1907.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE QUESTION OF LIFE.
Mhii'm   l*ro|cn-NM  mill   ll,*-   Htxtl...   i��f  (li*
{eighteenth  Century.
In what mankind called "progress"
the world was led by ill,ision. advanced by lies. Everybody tinted work,
which was lie' eenh- health. Even the
preacher spoke dolefully of "the curse
of Adam." Everybody wanted to be
rich, which meant unhappiness; everybody wanted to he. Idle, wleie'h meant
death. Change was regarded as progress, and to find one different from
oneself was to liinl one worse than
oneself. And with all these I sympa-
, tnlzed, knowing (hem to be wrong.
I had listened to moralists and before all was done discerned that n
question of morals wi ��� a question of
latitudes, and vice related to the equator. Cruelty was a creature of the
thermometer; the tropics tortured
what the arctics nursed. Happiness
was born of contrast when it  wasn't
ANGLO-SAXONS WANT
.BRITISH CARDINAL
*
ENGLISH SPEAKING CATHOLICS
FEEL THAT THEIR IMPORTANCE SHOULD BE  RECOGNIZED
nue laughed oftener than Fifth, '>���,<���
man committed suicide, another gave n
feast. Each was worth $20,000. The
suicide had been a millionaire, the
feast giver a pauper, I considered
merchants and gamblers. There was
but one difference when the
chant's resources <
ed; when tbe gambler's resources ended his credit began. When the gambler was down his fellow gamblers
helped  blm;  when   the'
Rome, March 31- The prominenl
Anglo-Saxon prelates now here have
expressed to the papal secretary of
setting forth the importance of the
state, Merry del Val, a mem,,ran,lum
Anglo-Saxon Catholic world, compared
wiili the remainder of the Catholic
world.
li  is  sun,-ei  in  the    memorandum
that the Catholics in the United States
Canada, Ireland, Greal Britain and the
L'ritish  clonics  number in  all about
'���"', ��� I,   and  ii   was   asserted   that
i;o Catholics so vigorously took up the
'; '-e  of the  church    In  Its conflici
w i'ii  'la'  l-'n nch  governmenl   as   I h,
.   "!''^    Ann ricans,   Irish   and     English,  who
led his credit end-
LOTS
OF GOOD THINGS
TO EAT
for Sale
in
in.
The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL  AND  RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS  45,400,000
down  his  fellow  merchants  fell upon
him and tore him like wolves.
Progress? A wise man proved It by
pointing to a railroad aud asking me
tee remember stagecoaches, I asked
why it was better to travel 900 miles
in a day than to travel ninety. He
said one could reach Chicago In a day
and uitrht.   1 replied that one couldn't
: reach Calcutta lu a day aud night.   He
��� said that medicine and surgery had
advanced; that we n iw saved lives we
use,] to lose.   1 asked why :t was im
: portant to save lives thai must one day
die; also I pointed out that we saved
' weaklings to wed weaklings aud produce weaklings, which was progressing
i backward. He grew angry and asked
If I favored death. I grew angry aud
asked if he favored birth; alsi, I wanted to hear whether or no he believed
in killing weeds.
��� ere class, i a ��� the wealthiest Catholics and as those from whom the Ho j
Sei   can   , s ��� cl   th,   e , at, si   an    n I
merchant was '"' support.
It Is believed the step . iken :���..
the Anglo-Saxon prelates ivill hav ���
'���' nsiderable effeci and ii is hope i
the Pope may consider the lis, ol car-
linals to be appointed at the consistory of April 25 with ih" possibility
of the inclusion of an Anglo-Saxon
prelate who will be created in pec-
tore; thai is to say. thai his name
would not he published for the present, although his elevation to the sacred college would dale from April  15
Prime Meats
Beef
Mutton
Pork
Veal
King of Tramps.
"The Wizard of Oz" and the famous
adventurers of "The Scare Crow" and
"The Merry Tin Woodman" through
the wondrous "Land of Nod," are tales
familiar to all���big and little. Who
has not followed them in their merry
���������������
Commencing   April  :i,  merchandise
cars will  be sent direct  io Kamloops
three days per week, Me a leys. Wed-
j nesdays and Fridaj -.
Eighty-fivi
ih" world.
branches, with Correspondents throughout
on
V.
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest a,!,led
times a year.   Start to-dav.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
Reduction in fares from the Old
Country. Now is the time to secure
Tickets.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
c P.R   e nt fi r all Atlantic companii -
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'flee "Phone 18P.       Ham 'fnore 137
Columbia St.
Progress! I know nothing of medl
cine and railways and stagecoaches mythical wanderings. "The Scare
and savins: lives, but 1 do know about i Crow" and "The Merry Tin Woodman"
books. And l see by my bookcases have both been brought to reallife in
that the nineteenth century did not famous stase impersonations tha, are
write so well nor m things beautiful . ...
think s��� well as did the eighteenth, start,1ingIy reai
with the promise all about me that the In '"llie Kin" of Tramps." which
present century will write worse and comes to the Opera House on Friday,
thiuU more heavily than either. We ; April 5th, there is a young man, Clyde
bave better guns, clocks, pi ,ws, sewina ; Long, whose stage portrayal and char-
machines, but they wrote better Eng
llsh and thought nobler thoughts.���Alfred Henry Lewis in Cosmopolitan.
Baggage delivered
��� ������iit cf the city.
promptly tc ��ny
Canadian Bank of Commerce
lid-up;Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
VAI.l ER,  I'm-idem. ALEX.   LAIRD   General Manager.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram  Depot
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=fine:st and fastest=
iMPRESSE
t*
Omen   ��,,   the   WVililinK   lli'.iu.
At the close of a recent divorce case
a woman spectator remarked:
"I knew they wouldn't pull together
very long. The crease made by her
wedding ring proved that. When she e
had been married six months I saw
her take her ring <,ff one day. The
mark il had left was so faint y,hi could
hardly see it. Von can always gauge
the length of a marriage by the impression made ley the wedding ring. In
some cases the ring, even though entirely too large, sinks away Into ihe
linger. Such a mark as that Indicates
a marriage as lasting ns eternity, oilier women may wear a ring as tight
as ihe' skin, yel it will leave scarcely a
streak on tbe flesh. In that case look ,
out for an early termination ���f the contract."
The other women present said noth- ]
Ing, but all improved the flrsl opportunity to siip iheir rings around and
inspect the telltale mark. The faces
of some wore an expression of satisfaction, others of disappointment but
nobody knew the reason therefor.���
New York Cress.
acter make up of "The Scarecrow" is
said to he a little short of marvellous
Critics pronounce it as being a si. ge
creation, beyond eomiwrison, one tha*
must he seen it, be appreciated.    In
scarecrow language,   he is described
au being a jierson with a "stuffy tired
feeling, at times a Httle shaky on his
pins.     Sonic   people   lake   him for  a i
man  of  straw,  but  he doesn't care a'-r-rT    ��� j
straw for that, and his wondrous broad i VV61H.GrWUXSI
smile is a sighl te, behold."   The scare-1
c;ow dance' as done by Mr. Lorn,- i
one of the hits of the show.
Smoked Meats
Hams
Baccn
Rolls
Backs
Pork Sausages
Sausages
White Pudding
All Are Rescued.
St. John's Xiiei.. March 31.���The
sealing steamer Greenland, which became disabled on the sealing grounds
early lasl week, has sunk, All ihe
members of her crew were rescued
by the steamers Newfoundland and
Erik,
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y,ir.   Tl e depositor is subject to no delay
the' whole or any portion of the deposit.
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railroad  in  the  world  that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   thfir   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROW.E. General Agent.
i,U Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Seboolboy'n   l'����nj   on   Henry   VIII,
Henry VIII, was a frequent widower, conceited, cunning, cruel ami corpu
lent. He burned the pope's hull in effl
l'.v, beheaded his besl friends, made
himself defender of the faith by a Latin law and had an Inordinate, ami,ition
and an ulcer in bis le',:. Henry sternly
denied the validity of the proud pope
of Roam and al last, worn oui hy an
Internal discord, died more in sorrow
than in auger.   Harper's Weekly.
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Vancouver. i3. C.
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and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
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Chickens
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MONDAY, APRIL
THE DAILY NEV/S
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, al theii
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and    Krone t      - is used by most people ah the
WINDSOR SALT���because
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streets, .New YV
sstminster,
B. C.
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132
FOUR-DAY BAZAAR
OPENS TO-MORROW
COOD  OPENING for  young   man  to   Q A.RDEN
~     ~     ~ study law at  Martin & McQuarrie';
revolutionarj    microbe   with   neatness   RAFFLES   ENABLE  LUCKY   INVES-       ,awoffice ,,  .
=L^!5i^i! SOMETHING  GOOD  IK
D���Fireman.    Mas:   be   used *��� >
�� FRUIT and   T     A  "KJ'PIQI
CLASS
WANTE
to heavy  work.    Apply  to Managei
ai Gas Works t>
and dispatch.
If :��n million acres of lan I are to
ii sei aside as aii endowment for higher education, what is the matter with
setting aside something to provide
proper salaries for those who are do-
TORS   TO    GET    RICH    QUICK-
RAILWAY  CONTEST.
ICO acres on McLenn.au road, Surrey,  close  to station.     House   16x24
FOR sale-A small island com lining I acres In chicken runs; S large chicken houses;   i:, acres cleared     ;���.
about   to acres, close Me Now   Wesl- $25   per  acre,   one   third   cash,  halance  eas.v   terms,
minster city. Can be used tor a mill LO-acre Lots, dose to cit)  In Surrey, Coqultlam, Burnaby, Lulu ;   ..
site.     For    particulars    apply    to from $200 up.
Gunderson & Anne's grocery. 13 aires with water frontage opposite   Koyal   City   mill,   for  $225 pe,
II   p.m.,   -   - acre.    Terras.
St.    Patrick's   Hall   will   be   opened
tomorrow  from 2.30  p.m.
and also  for the three following day-.   F0R  SALE  -Finest   strain   While   Pe- ,,.���  .���.,,,,  .���   ||a���s  Vr.,U\,-. close  to   postofflce   and   station;    100
ing   the   work   of   preparatory educa-  (Afternoon   tea   will   be  served   from      kln   ,llu'k    eggs' *1-00   per    dozen'   cleared; 7-room house, with bath; barn 90x100, 3 fowl houses, pig pei
tion?    In the latter ease, the duty of I three   to   five   o'clock,   and   high   tea
the   stati���which  is the duty  of  the ;fmm nve to eight o'clock���in fact tea,
George
New Westminster.
12d-70
slaughter house.   Price $14.COO, $.5,000 cash, halance easy terms
160 acres in  Chiiliwack  districl. all   cleared   and   fenced,   on   in
government���is much plainer than In Un ;in j,.s harmless forms, will be oh-  WANTED���Lady    Housekeeper,   lighi   Price $12,000, half cash, balance l and 2 years
the former. tainable at all horns.    The hall  has      work,    Apply  Windsor Hotel.     dtf 77 r-res, l'j  miles from Westminster Junction, fronting on rivei
_"_"     " cleare rhe $70 per acre, one third  cash, balance easy terms.
EDMUND KEAN.
e been  rapidly transformed  Into a thing
i of beauty and will be a joy to behold
WANTED ���Waitress, al on, i
Apply
Tn   See   Him   Act   Wns   I.lkt-   Heacllag '
l for  the  nexl   few   days   for  all 'who
Depot  Hotel, at  the dining room.
know a good thing when they see it.
MONDAY. APRIL 1,  1907.
THE   CONSPIRACY.
"Thai 'his TTouse endorses the
course taken by Honorable Richard
M-cBride, Premier of British Columbia, at the saiel Conference In respeel
to all nn.' foregoing described actions."
Thai 'is the lirsl clause of the Hon.
Richard McBride's "Better terms," resolution, whin h the obedient majority
passed the ol her day.
The Liberals of British Columbia
have saiel all along thai "the foregoing described actions" of Mr, McBride
���his actions al the Conference���were
in many respects unwise. The Liberals in the House, therefore, had they
voted for the resolution as it stood,
would have given the lie direct to
their utterances during the election.
Their own self-respect, to say nothing
ol consistency, would have made ii
necessary for ihem to follow up such
a vote ley resigning their seals.
This, of course, the Governmenl
knew when ii introduce I the resolution,
it follows, then, thai the Governmenl did not desire a unanimous vole.
Why.' Simply because the design
Is nol to secure the settlement of British Columbia's claim, but to keep up
the agitation  for party purposes.
In utile';- words, the undoubte 1 right
o:' the Province to obtain substantial
recognition of iis claim for special
"better terms," is to be' sacrificed with
a view ,o prejudicing the Liberal
party, and thereby capturing British
Columbia for lhe |Oonservatives al the
nexl Dominion election.
Sl.akcpeurc i.,   Ughtnln*.           |  " 6 , "��us "'"������   "��� , ��� ���.       FOUND    A sum ol money Which own-
Before  the third  century  after  the There are so many occasions In the      er   can   have   by   proving   property
birth of Shakespeare  had  reached Its rafrle  for .-''"i"-  rich quick  thai   the      and   paying   for ad.    F.   Buse,   12th
first quarter there was born lu England "niv   bother   will   be   the   embarrass-      street and  10th avenue
to a stage carpenter and a strolling ac- menl "���' making a choice.   In case any-
tress a child destined to grapple with 01"'  is  unable  to decide  for himself,!
the poet's highest thought  and inter- there will be a number of young ladier '
pre! ii  with a  vividness that to this who wil] be only too pleased to glv,
wanted -Female   Help   wanted   nl
\,epl.'   N'ew Method  Laundry,
Burr bio, k, Columbia streel.       dtl
SO acres, "  miles from   Westminster Junction, all cleared.    Price $(���
er   acre,   one   third   cash,   balance ease  terms.
Call  and see  cur  list of houses and lots in the city.
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Agents
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
day stands unrivaled. Coleridge's terse I advice for the pleasure they will find : ,0R SALE   6 room house with ba, ,   ���"�������������������������������������������������������������������� >��������������������������������������������������������������������*
comment, that to see him act was read- hr. ,,,,1,,^ Kri .   .      ,, . ..
lng Shakespeare by lightning, reveals, "   ��' ]    electric "��ht' '' ��� "" Tenth sireet,
him with the fullness of a volume.   Ed-      A   large  steam   Sfuage  will   register      close   In.   $2,000.     Also   three   lots
mund   Kean, along  with  most   people   ;!!l' relative pressure of the (I. N.  It.      near cltj   limits for $50 each.  1'. < >.
early trained to au art, had little if any   and the ('. P, R,, roads' engines In the      box 594, N'ew W, stmlnste r dtf  ���
education of the schools.  He was when I railway contest.    I'm every pound of j ��� %
|The Fishing Season
a  boy   provided   with   instruction  P7 I steam, there will be ten chances    An-
some   henevoleni    people   whom    his,,.,,,,,,. .,,,,.������,,,.���-,���        e- ,,
,, ' ,  , otnei  attiactive feature of  the enter-
smartness and beauty attracted, but he      . .,,
rebelled against the tasks of study and      ':l r   '''" '     "   the   Publication   ol
went to sea.   But life there was too   thl?   Bazaar   Booster,   New   Westmin-
���   ���
has now commenced. I have some
splendid new iir.es in FISHING
TACKLE, Rods,  Lines and  Reels.
FOR  SALE    Fruil  Ranch,  11 acres,
acre's cleare I;  house, stable 50 :1
trees: on main road.    Cheap, $2,650. J ,
While     &     Shiles,    260    Colum ���:., * SHOOTING���Call and inspect my fine stock of guns, new and second [
rough for his fine nature.  He roturued I ster's newest daily paper,    As a grand I    street, .New   Westminster,             dtf ����� hand.                                                                                                    J
to England and at the age of seven be-   finale,  there  will  bo an  auction sale ~  *> BICYCLES���of  the latst patternr for sale and to hire, both for ladies ]
gan the study of Shakespeare's charac-1 mi iho Albino'riotr^p i>,o i,n,ao,. ���-,,������ | TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive ��� ___, ___.,  1
trac- mi the closing day of the bazaar, when
the wittiest humorist In the city will
wi, I I   i he hammer.
ters  with  his   I'ncle  Moses.   This  he
continued with an actress named Tids-
Well,  Who taught   ll'.in. besides,  as  well ���
as she knew, tbe principles of her art.
Al an early age' he had the credit of j    The French dolls al the Easter Baz-
origlnality so surprising as even  then   aar will create a sensation
to challenge the supremacy  of   1'hilip   '  '
Kemble.   At fourteen he played  Hani- I FOr SALE
let.    King  George   had   him   recite  at
Windsor castle, and it Is said this inci- :        .  .
dent led some gentlemen to send him      fi,sh'   :":-:   ""'''-"���   Carnarvon   St.,
to Eton, but there Is no record of it.   cl��se m Post Office, $1,500. half cash,   i
ly in timber.    Have large  end sma ' &
tracts  on   water.     If  you   wish   to ��
buy or sell, sec me.   K. R. clan I'.er, "���
|n7   Hustings  St.,   Vancouver,   B.C *
JOB PRINTING���We work    for    the ���
besl people    of New    Westminster.
and  gentlemen.
New   Keys  made:   locks   fitted;   knives,  axes, saws  sc.ssors.  e
groiind   and   sharpened.
NOTE   THE   NEW  ADDRESS.
GEO. Ro SPECK
Vour order will be appreciated. �� TRAPP BLOCK. TRAPP BLOCK j
ARROW PRESS. Re im I. Dail} ��++��++����+����������������+����++��++4,��������+��������������������++������������d
News   Block,  MRS.   DOMIXY, Prop.	
$8C0, close te, Sixth f\Yi-i-\_ car; 1-
room house.
51.100, near High School; T rooms;
a cheap convenient home.
DRY   DOCK   FOR   SALE.
Tenders  will  be received till  April
fi, 1907, by the undersigned for the es-
At twenty he was In a provincial troop,
a member of which he married, and
for six years thereafter, tint iI his glorious night at Drury Lane, bis life was
one of hardship, struggle, obscurity,, ...
but, thanks to the faith in himself, not      $1'300' close t0 Crescent:  " rooms,  tate of the late w.  E.  Emerson, for
hopeless.  His London debut was made  bath' Gtc' ""'  'chase '"' lease of ;i; '
at twenty-eight.   He had fought for it WHITE  &  SHILES. FLOATING  DRY  DOCK
hard  anel  long  and   would   then   have   150 Columbia  St.,  New Westminster.   | situated at the foot  of Fourth avenue,
missed it but for the falling reputation
of lhe' theater.   London debuts in tirst
MUNICIPAL  LAW.
Th,   following comments of the Minister of Justice on certain clauses of
the "Acl to consolidate and amend the
.Municipal Clauses Act and Amending
Aets."   (Chaii.   II2 of   the  statutes   ol
H'06), will be of interesl to municipal
inistrators,     The   ministers  show
���   ce   tain  - mm- ei  ol   the   \i     in i
onfer lhe power which thej  pro-
mi   givir,   and   thai   a   municipal
unci] w hie a relics upon tho a ithori-
'>  oS" any  bi   i   ��� . '��� . '" usi s  maj   find
*lsp ������ involve I   In  a   law  suit.     N ,\v
a  law suit   Is a luxury  in  which  few
roles are not easy for provincial :,e'-
tors, and none knew better how hard
thev   are   to   get   than   Henry   Irving.
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted ?
the
Kean seems to have i,ec,i ai his full; Fraser River Tannery
splendor and made a  hit.   After that ' .
his habits were altogether prejudicial |      ...   , . #
to the reflnemenl of taste or the acqui- \     Highest Cash Price Paid
sitioii of knowledge, . .^^^^^______________^^_.
New Westminster. The planl has a
band-saw and full equipment of tools.
nil information from I". M. Eddy al
the- dock. Hlghesl or any tendei nol
necessarily accepte 1.
MISS  SADIE   EMERSON
New   Westminster,  B.  ('.
P. O. Box 167.
A TREE OF ILL REPUTE.
The  I-'r*-.��tli  Juice of  the  I pu*   ActM :�����<
11   Deadly   PuImoii.
An evil reputation has long been
borne by the upas tree, Antiaris Pexi-
enria, which grows in Borneo and other Easl Indian islands. It is still a
commou belief that birds Hying within the influence of its poisonous vapors instantly perish and thai il is fata! for animals or men to rest be
nealh iis shade It resembles certain
rims  plants  (like   the  poison   ivyi   in
omitting   a   volatile   subsl 'c   wh   h
:���:';','iM s   the'  skins   of  ertain   susceptl
municipalities   cai?   to   indulge.    The   !':''   persons,   though   others   are   unaf-
,,,,.;,..,.   feeted.   Thc sap is very poisonous aud
1     thc   chief   substance   used   bj    th ���
[iv.iks i'.' 11 irnco E ,r p ilsonlug tbe tips
Minister saj -
'Among the      ��� i   ���  makin
[lowers
oi ni  nicipaliil i< -; under this Act,        le
; n   I    iy  seel ion  ">0,  I he  undersigned
of their darts.
[11  this process an inci.-ion  is  made
erves   that   those   enumerated   90,   in the hark ��� ' tree 111 '. tbe milky
IH and 10.",, relate to the minimal law,   exudation   collected   on   n   palm   ���   if
���     mav  be' ultra  vires.     The undei'-   and  dried   lirsl   1
. . loc ���  nol admll   thai   enum 1,1
1 ion I, ��� is v Ithin the an li
o\ er 11  lie' ��� 'Mei.l ;;  thick brown  in iss
i    left.    In  ibis   date I!  can  be  kept
i wlthoui   delerior iting.   and   when   ru-
'��' -         '    ��� :'"1 enuraera Inns  UT anil   i{,. ... ,  ,.,.. |)SI, ���  |s, ,ii;,,ll.  in,,, ���  t]lll,
se<?in  to i Itra   vir, -    11   ,,...,,  wlt|,   ,;,,.   ,, ;,,    ,,���  ���l,i-,]i-  ,���,,,.
Good Investment
... IO   Per   Cent ...
Small House, well situated, close
to city car line, containing 4
rooms; a nice lot, in fruit, and
a barn; house has hot and cold
water. Can be handled with
$400 cash. Produces $90 rent
per annum.
Ladies $15 Watcli
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett, 6 size Movement,  Fitted
in  11 kt. Cold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTOS   HATCHES
y     f*''
89
at the Big Clothing
\ iew of the i ecenl amendniPiil    I i lh,
dnal  Code,   1SII2,   wil h   regai I
i railing stamps.    Partigr iph "0 ol    ec
whi li i ��� im" I ��� ' ip ���:.. fl h, or with
toltil, i i or ll 111 'i lliee, -i'i llm , Illl ��� Ol
the dnii ��� dipp "I Into lhe mixture nn '���
House
S H
lion   IT:,  Us  al o   -.���'n.-   In    he   lasl    'JrlwI.   These darts ,u ��� mado from the
.,.. .   middle' stel    "   llu' l   Im I   if and nre
menl I uie i  o ctlon.   I he un lei -i tn   I
aboul six or el ;hl Inch ���* In IodrI i nnd
ii ���     nol,  however, tor these  rea
ensl '���    I lull    hi     '.       h ���:'���.I be dls-
, of  nboul   Uu'   Illicit!     ���  ol   a   I.  ittlng
needle.
ewed      Ii  \\ii; he i'ir Ihe Courts, if      ejjiey (11.0 u... ,\ with n wooden sunipl
objection be raised       to any of these   tan, or blowpipe, which is about seven
,,: [ons,  to    determine    the    ques    or elghl  feet In Icnsth nnd Imi an In
11( .. ternnl  diameter ol   n - ml   one nuartei'
; inch. A bird struck ' y one of those
little darts is Instantly killed, and n
pig   die's   In   iii,'mi   twenty   inlnui ���
The   fresh   juli f   the   upas   tree.
whether swallowed or Inje ted Into
the blood, acts ns u violent poison,
causing convulsions nnd death.���Chicago New s.
N ,w lh     Ll       .      i ��� i-  iii ,���> Id, ncc
; lie fe v,  palti j dollai    �� rung fi om the
fa nn rs     ���   �� ay of toll nn I ho li
will  nol     e nee le I,   will   : he;,'.'.     Mr.
i !   should   insist   upon   th ���  aboli
tion of the  vexatious Imp ' I
IVScLEGD, MAR^i &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
k Settiers' Association o
LAND DEPARTMENT
���HHnHn
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
Smiik- Trouble  EreryTvhepe,
We have a brother In our church who
belonged   to  several  other  dcnomlna-
Burnaby
.,.,., ... feel on Hastings Road,  fronting   1300 feet  on Royal Oak
tions before he came to us, and he'tells   il   ul, elov, i acres In  all, only $175 per acre.    Price will nol remain long
us  they   have  the. s;,ine trouble every-    ;,      .; -   low   fll ire,
where   Impossible   to   get   a   $2,000 (0 acres |n i,)t N.; Burnaby for sale cheap, al $80 per acre; easy terms,
L60 ac e    . dendid soil, In lol  ll, Utirnaby.   .$170 per acre.
. rogramme  Is carried oul
i hing   ivhii i  does not alv\ e\.-  happen
v e shall have this week the Govern-
ment's song of triumph over Its     ���       ..   , ,v,r   ,.,.     ._,  .,   ,..,,      ,, ,|(ir: ���
plus "The resull of our enlightenmenl . (jrjm.) Farmer
and   progressive   policy,     gentlemen,"   SurreV
lhe Governmenl  will say, and  the do-1 ilereil i,irs. ,.,,.,       ,.,   ,  ,. ��� ,  ..,,,,. ,,,, .,,,.������ ,,��� ,,,,,
"Your son ls a great football plav- We have : ,r sal,  ln tins beautiful farming municipality 90 acres on ihe
cile majority will ihuiin, Its desk and       ��� ',,.., ,     ,-,,.���        ,��� , ������     ,      i ,.,,,,,,,.,.
1 er." Hyjort    road. This is listed fora fewdays only al $20 an acre,    A chance
���"    ''"'���    1!"ii:' hear! ' "Yes; it is hereditary." ,.   ,,   lifetime.
I    "I never heard that his father was a A. splenild selection of farms always  listed   with    us throughout    the
: "!'";' Player-" charming  Eraser River Valley.   Call on us, we will bo pleased to go Into
full   le
Lol    throughoul the city of Ne^   Westminstei from $50 to $2,000; nous-
He should  Induce some      Paying  honesl   debts  promptly  nml   ,    In    11 . irl    :   ��� sal
AM I
'    '������ "'���-   "'"   ;||"""'S r'nm R����      -He isn't, but he Is a chronic kicker.'
���.':��� is 'ii" datemen! Lhal the Czar has      Houston Post.
ii In mind to suppress "revolul I  n i
��� le
,   ,   [millionaire   to   endow    these   in-   cheerfully Is a virtue ol  manhood ap-
���y-.- .,1" iatedbyeveryone.-Newark(Ark)|H.T. Thrift, Mgr.
J. B. Wilson
W. H. Clarke
warranted to kil
Journal
���13 C;!ur."fcia St. (Fales Block), Tel. 331.     Branch Office. Ha*lemere, B.C.
Q*J
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Columbia Streei
tt Lv, APRIL li 1907-
THE   DA TL V   X E WS.
*
ilC tnu
Russeil and .1. Foil, ol Chiiliwack,
v.mm in  the city yesierday.
Owing to ihis being Easter week,
no council meeting will be held tonight.
Percy and E. A. Nelmes, two well
known ranchers of Chiiliwack. spent
Sunday ln the city.
The Port ol New Westminster customs returns for March showed collections as $17,316.20.
Im Westall,  of the   Brunette   Saw
Mills company, left the city yesterday
du a short  business trip  to Summer-
land.
R. ll. Can will enter upon his duties
a.- Moundkeeiier today. Stray steers
and erran: equines will please take
notice.
The Burns silver dinner sei is the
bi;;  raffle.
day, while the contractors only offer
$4.uu. A meeting will be held todaj
In Vancoucer to discuss the situation.
It ia definitely stated that the New
Westminster carpenters' union will
not act with the Vancouver men, and
no delegates trom here will attend the
meeting tomorrow. A strike In Vancouver would not, therefore, affect the
local   workers  in  any   way.
Owing to the inclement state of
the weather on Hood Friday, many of
the proposed outdoor amusements had
mi ie abandoned, though the gun club,
nothing daunted by the little shower,
turned out In good force and the prepared programme was gone through,
On accouni ol the dullness of the weather ii was Impossible to do satisfactory shoo,ing, the dampness having
a bad effect on the birds, making them
hard to break. Unless a bird is com
pletelj shattered, there Is no score.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
3l!6 Hastings St. w. Vancouver.   (
j Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitmau
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rive   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPftOIF, B. A., Principal
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grcce
The Beauty of the
1907 Spring Garments
IjRPASSES   THE    BEAUTY     CF  ALL   FORMER   YEARS���EVEN     AT THE "CASH  STORE."    THE  MA-
[RIALS WERE   CAREFULLY   CHOSEN    BEFORE   THE   GARMEN TO  WERE   MADE.    WE   DON'T   BUY
fEADYMADE   SUITS,   COATS  AND SKIRTS IN JOB LOTS.  BUT CHOOSE    THE     CLOTHS     BY     THE
RD  AND   HAVE   THEM   MADE   UP   IN   THE   STYLES  THAT   PLEASE  US   MOST:   THUS  THE   GAR-
INTS   WE   SELL   ARE   CORRECT   IN   EVERY   DETAIL.    THE   LITTLE   THINGS    IN   THE   CUTTING
Be'.D   MAKING   THAT   THE   TAILOR    PRIDES    HIMSELF���HE   DOES      "BEST"���ARE      REPRODUCED
p-ERY   CAREFULLY   IN   OUR   "MAN-TAILORED"   SUITS    AND    COATS.    THE    SUPERIORITY    IN    FIT
LARGELY   DUE   TO  THAT.    THE   PATTERNS   OF   THE    IMPORTED    AND     DOMESTIC    FABRICS
SURE  YOU   OF   INDIVIDUALITY   AND   STYLE.  EQUALLED   ONLY    BY     THE     MOST     EXPENSIVE
BAILORS   AND     DRESSMAKERS      WE   EXPECT   A  SPLENDID  EASTER    TRADE���WHY    SHOULDN'T
Im'       EVERYTHING   ABOUT  THE   STORE   MAKES  YOU   THINK  OF  ABUNDANCE. TRULY   IT   IS
M,  MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY.
-   -   -   -   $17.50, S19.50, $21,00 to $40.00
 $7.50, $8.59, S10.50 to S20.00
���   -   -   -   $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 to $25.00
COATS.
SKIRTS,
aster
loves
/i ���
:.���
Easter
Ribbons
Easter
Millinery
yy.
9   y -z2J
lex nre
I    ��� ���'
'    the    :.
nd     man il
;     e'. I'M"
m terwards I
;  '       fi|i   I heir    col i
���hi'-     i'i    ne\
���
hi
Smith'.: Gloves
.       '   e      |1
ami    i'    !
M
���   i lha
i  th,    ' hlim defe
or iua uur,
 ex, li en ������
Fei
It hetl .   ;   i "  ��� coul i ;     .
of thei     ,   <: ,   ihan that'.'
Jusi thai aii'    n I
all sil , Is ���:
it w i 11    ervo you .'      I    II
Ml.i le  oi'  poo ''
���;   :   i ' '   ..
SMITH'S   I'll,hou
dire, on     (ila ,\v,    Scotlun 1;
ire niaele, s,        ther,
���    Fran e,  anil  I ���
Bi^i^i^i^i^i^igi^i^i^H^^^H^^^H^H
i ome!
made.
1
Roi   ion Gloves, par pair $1.25
Trefousse Gloves, p?r pair., .$1.63
Other Kid Gloves. .. .$1.00 to $1.50
Elbow  length  K.d Gloves, wl   ....
    $2.00
Eltcw  length  Kid  Gloves, black...
    $2.50, $3.00. $3.75
Lon:;  Whets  311k  Gloves $1.C0
Long Black Silk Gloves. $1.00, $1.25
Write   nnd   Black   Kid   Belts.   Silk
Celts .ind  Pabrlo Belts  	
 50c, 75c, $!. $1.25, $1.50, $3.00
Pla n   Ribboi .      .!    k,  white  ana
color  5c to 50c yard
Plaid   Ribbons,     21    different   pat-
tern:. 30c,   5Cc   and   75c   yd.
Fancy   Colored  Stripes,   with -'lo//-
0,'s  25c, 35c and 30c yd
Marquisette and  Loualne  Silk Rib-
��� -rs In  Persian designs, 75c yd,
Bi li '.  V ilvet  R!        i  ��� ' ' "
Silk Ribbons, tiros (train Silk 3.1b
bons, German .; itin Rib I -'���-������ ;:>!
S nin Duchesa  Rl  b n- In
Wl ! I lis.
Mlllin, leasoi    li    more
���; ie   ihan   , m.t.   an 1   the
��� ��� itmcnl   ,n,l irinunlngs are (lain-
���.  In tin  exl reme.    Pi ai tleall> Be\ -
111   ol   til     lints  have
ra  ios,   wil li   I he   latesl
: favor     higher crowns.
.'.     ... :    i-a:    ��� '
;, itahl ��� an I
les, wl ��� an 1 foliage.
us to he   i sl rong ten
,e      i-ii    of    ���. ��� hoi ii   hats,
which, caught up In s ime mj sterl-
ns wa 1 he   fronl   and  sl les,
n al ������  -. '-���   f?r ,i efnl   models.      On
'much lib on Is use i. both ; i
colors   an I   Dres len   ��� ffects,
In   i wide    : ange of c dors;    also
In a I ���     [,1ns and  Rhine-
: ine      ,.  ;li ���
ir  '   i.i;',-'  spe, ial display
Iliis -. 'ek ��� ������  r ���. ������ :��� la the follow
Ing   colon :     Blacks,   nn. -.   pale
lu       i.i. eiiilers,   br iwns,   greens,
.: ���      ail ! Tin nana,    if; ou haven't
a 1 hroti ���:!  the   big  new mtllin-
itove,  i in'   l ill to , ,i ie dow n
hl ��� iveek.
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 nn.
I ham to break     tTnleS= ��� hirri i�� mm- i  Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
[ (tenlleiiieil's   Silver   Watl'hes,   don do
,    There  will   be   an   Al   concert   on |case- *7,50 UD-
',.. ine  ,,-,.���  ,-,,,. ,,.r.,.ivi,,..' M-, ,���   e     , Agenl for the celebrated South Bend
he  last da)   fo.   iecehing| Thursday  ol   the  bazaar and  an am-   v,in.ll(^ ,���.,���,;.���,   ..,    the    Welln ,���
tion sale on the last day.
This  is
ippeals againsi property assessment,
in' co irl of revision will be held on
,n la; ���  April S.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Arctic  Kxpedltion.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
A considerable crowd gathered on a    watch   repairing;    charges   reason
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      corner   of  Coluin'nia   >���:������!
S. Haigh, manager of the New West-1 afternoon  to  witness the manoeuvres
in iter I'. nil Cannei j. is expected to
irn  home early this week from an
deiidod  trip to Eastern Canada.
of a   chauffeur,   and   his  auto.     The
machine had manage I  to  gel  11>'0 ot
the wheels In the gutter, and in spite
i^i^H oi   the   ciaxinus   of  the   driver,
For   cut   hvaeinths.  carnations   audi..      , . .,
,   ,    . ' ,    , _   _    ,      fused   to  move.      After   considerable
���i^HHH
4i Son, florists.    Tel., B208.      |
I-'. ('. Griffin, western road superin-
ti ndent of ihe il. x. u., returned to
Skyhomish yesterday afternoon, after
-..en linn a couple of days in the city.
A heavy  run of  s
.ilinon Is expected
v ithin the next few
days   an 1 expefl-
enced fishermen are
seeing many signs
oi the approach of
the finny denizens
of the Fraser.
Feir  cul   (lowers
and     plants     for
liaster,  ring    up
Tidy,   the     florist,
'phone A. 184.
| time had been wasted and much al
vise tendered by interested onlookers,
a few of the more practical took the
machine bodily out of the gutter and I
se, it in the road, and the party embarked again and continued their interrupted outing.
George lt. Speck has removed to
lai -ei and more commodious premises
in the Trapp block, Columbia street.
Ri i 1 his advertisement on another
page. stel-76
(l. Johndro, who sustained a broken
leg while wrestling at Port Moody a
couple of weeks ago, is raj,idly recovering  from tb" injury and expects to
i about again before many days. The
cture is not regarded as serious.
Fruil   tree spraying al    reasonable
s.      C.  .Mare.   'Phone   39,  Colonial
e:  tei. 6d-72
S. ('. Dyke, of the reportorial staff
f  the   Victoria   Colonist,   spent   the
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
THE UNCLEAN   SPIRIT.
Rev.   Dr.   Ruff   Makes   Special   Feature
of  Reformation.
Among   the   many   c'.iun ies   which;
>esterday  made  a  si e ; ei   feature oi
the Resurrection subject, Olive'   Bap-1
tist observed by means of speoial ser-
mons, selected vocal music am! floral
decorations.       Choice    flowers    were
tastefully arranged on and about thej
pulpit.
Miss   A.   Wooster   splendidly   rendered the solo portion of the morning I
anthem,   while  throughout   the day's
services the singing by lhe choir was
maintained to a high standard.
Rev. M. L. Rugg, D.D., In his morning sermon was both deep and eloquent on the fact and benefits of the
Resurrection, while in the evening. Dr.
Rugg delivered a powerful sermon en-
titled "The Empty House." founded upon   Matt,   xii..   43,   II.   "The   unclean]
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
j Easter holidays In the city, the guest j spirit returning to find a hear: empty."
|of Mr. and Mrs. .1. ('. Hrown.   He will | which he summarized briefly as a per
il   to  the capital  city  today,  ac
m    I  by Walter Hrown, who al
i ame over to visit his parents.
son who had determined to reform.
The speaker said he we,aid nol oppose' reformation bul the cutting off of
iovil habiis  would  I a  mi^ri'M' s I
Uangal   Sing   is   the   latesl   of   the   Rtitute for a good life. Such a negative
ndu residents of this city who has I ]ife   waa   n,)t   I)0sslb]e.   therefore    ii
v on!,! ' " Imperative for all Christian
people in become workers al Christianity; so filling the life with good,
which would make impossible the n
trance of evil.
his   mortal  coil.  Manual
1   h,   e   from   Bellingham   a   few
-   ago,  and   got   work   at   Millside.
Me- nine   li,'   was   found   dea 1
evld ntly  from cold and
of proper nourishment.
SIMMERS
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Vegetable Seeds
Fresh and Reliable
I 267 Col-
| umbia St. '
s
mxmww44\mmzBES&K
| New West- f
I    minster
ll.   Stone   Kennedy,   editor of    the
nilkameen   Si ir an 1   president     of
��� in   I'i in,a ton board of trade, and for-
��� prl;    of   N'ew   Westminster,  was   in
i,    city  with  his  son.  Saturday  and
- tdi . lie li avi's today for Vic-
el, ;nte from thai board of
le, to pi esenl some matters before
ihe House He intends to , mhark in
the real , state business on his rein " mi Princeton.
Eithei   Mm  .1  ers or Mr. Goulel gets
i hina set,
The  Si.  Barnabas    i li amatlc    clu i
will i ng -'wis at  the
parish hall tomorrow evening The
i wo come lies to ��� acted bj the m :.
' ��� of ibis dramatic organization nre
"A Thousand a Year." and "Icl on
Parle Frnncais." A short course' In
tho study of modern languages will
. eatly enhance the pleasure of list-
I i nin ���. io the latter comedy, bul this t
i i nol Indispenslble to the enjoyment
'��������� tit ��� evening.
The'   establlshmeni   of  the   Crystal
Class  Works ls bringing quite a few
.   ." Fn allies to the city,   Mr Lamont,
he manager of the companj, and his I
family, have arrived, accomiwnled by
several   exporl   ;.���.!.iss    blowers,    Two
i.,rloa's of machinery have' been re-]
, eh e l. an t an experl   machinist will t
attend to the installation,    Down  in
: ���   facloi >   thing -   ar,      ilne   ahead
HI r:i|.'l,!ly. an I it is expected that operations will I ��������� in full i wing befors many
".oolcs.
Opera House  Eocklncs.
Ai ill 3-   King of Trami -.
\    II i:    Ward's   Minst i  -.
April 24���"Hello   Bill."
May :'..   ,\ st ranger in T ,wi .
May S   A Texas R u ge .
May I i���Old Arkans I -
May IS���Peck's Had  Boy.
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
BOOM  YOUR  BUSINESS EY  ADVER
TISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
...There's Just One Chance in a Thousand...
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chai
that when you contemplate house furnishing you might not knov
just where to go for the Best Furniture at the Best Bargain
Prices. Take no chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen of
New Westminster or surrounding country and the unanimous verdict
of Merchants, Traders, Farmers ami Mechanics (ail 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,, r any article require,! for complete house furnishing,
j John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
!
���
!    DU?ONT   BLOCK.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. E. C.
Indications for a car ti ike
%  In Vancouver are plentiful, as the ear-
fVSoved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbinp and Contracting
lo
.
[SMMCTSWI1KWB OTfW.OT'.WmX^.X'i��smiK-yS��.K��raW25SB��B
titers ai o hold!
P. O. Box 243
Telephone 302
fi1 MONDAY, APR|L!
Have Something New
= FOR =
EASTER
We have just received our new
stock of Hats, latest spring styles;
new Spring Suits for Men and
Boys; the very latest in Shoes,
Oxford and Blucher. Everything new in Ties and Collars.
Westminster Clothing
COMPANY.    DAVE GROSSMAN, Prop.
PERILS OF  BALLOONING.
*,
Au   llicldng   Triii   In   Uie   lliel-l   of  n
Wild   Tliilltilerslnrill.
On one occasion, rising suddenly
through a stratum of clouds 10,000 feel
in the air into brlllinnt sunshine, the
^as dilated. I let out n little. Iiown
we. dropped Into a cold air current. Thc
immediate condensation of the gas
dropped us bnck intee the cloud layer,
which condensed the gas still more
aud accelerated the drop, We came
out directly above a stretch of woods
over which lay another cool belt. By
this time we were falling like a rock.
We were going so fast that the bagfuls
of sand we threw out went up instead
vt down. ITastily we threw out the
drag rope, the anchor, the lunch basket
��� to little purpose. We struck the trees
with a terrific crash, but escaped, how
ever, with nothing worse Ihan a shak
ing up and n few bruises.
The most exciting trip I ever made
was a record breaking voyage that began one Sunday evening. The weather
wns not propitious, but we east on*.
We sailed across the Hudson river to
Now Jersey and plunged into a cloud.
After traveling twenty miles I descended to drop a note to my wife, assuring
her of our safety. Again we shot into
a cloud. Presently we drifted over a
village and. with that exaltation that
accompanies the sensation of floating
In the air. enjoyed to a strange degree
the music of church hells drifting up
from below. Before we were aware
we plunged into the mi,1st of a huge
nppronching thunder cloud. It seemed
to open and swallow us into a pit of
gloom and simultaneously into the
lienri   of  the  wildest   thunderstorm  1
think I have ever seen. 'i'he clouds
rolled ami tossed and twisted. The
balloon would now be forced down,
then tossed up and again spun swiftly
about like a top. We lost all sense of
direction. Thunder was crashing and
rolling and crackling all around us.
Lightning flashed, ii"l in Corked zigzags, but ill great Hashes ol' Are. It
wns frightful. We did not want to descend, but presently we heard the unmistakable sound of waler not far
away. Letting out a little gas. we shot
downward. Faster we dropped ami
faster. Land was In low us. The problem was to land in the' high wind without damage. I lei oul more' Ltas. We
landed in a treetop With a jar that Used the basket so firmly in a crotch that
It cnld not he dislodged by the wind,
for now ni' hail dropped below the
storm.���World's Work.
.flfi
'"*C5ltfS
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands wilhin the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may he homesteaded hy any person who is lhe sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
Bin acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the hind is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(I) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(-) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity
o. the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he satisfied
1.'.- such person residing with the
father or mother.
(II) if the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned hy him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
can he acquired by one individual or
company, Royalty at the rate of ten
tin's jeer ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
colle, led on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the .Minister of the Interior.
>���'��� B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that sixty days after date we Intend ," apply to
the Hon.the Chief Commissioner ol Lands
and Weeks for permission to cul and e'eer-
ry away thc timber Hem the following
described lands, situate nl Kitsumgallum
Valley, feast district:
20.���Commencing   at     a  post   planted
eel iellt    ;l,a    miles    IK,Illl   ul     I he    nul'l I,-West
corner of C. l-\ A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows: sn chains
cast; 80 chains south; 80 chains west ami
SO chains north to point of commencement.
21.���Commencing at a post planted
afcoul il M' miles ne, ih ei the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
ilie',, running as follows: 160 chains west ;
���I'i chains south; 160 chains eeis, and 4"
chains north tee the point e,r commence-
iiei nt.
22.���Commencing a> a posl planted
eel.eiut -I miles north of the ner,I,-wes, corner of >'. I-". A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: SO chains eas,;
SO chains north; SO chains west and SO
chains south i" point ea" commencement.
23.���Commencing at a i>e>si planted
about 5 miles north e,r ihe north-west corner of <'. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running us follows: 160 chains east;
I" chains north; lia, chains west; 40
e hains smith ie, point of commencement.
24.���Commencing al a jms, planted
about ,; miles norih of the north-west cornei of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim.
then running as follows: 160 chains easl ;
4n chains south; 160 cliains west; 40
e hains north to point of commencement.
25. i 'eiiuii' ncing at a pus, planted
about ,1 miles  'th of lhe north-wesl corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then rainier- ns follows: 1611 chains e-nsi :
10 chains north; 160 chains wesl ; 40
chains south t,, poinl of commencement.
26.���Commencing al ei pes, planted
aboul ii miles north of tli, rtorth-.wesl corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
hi-n running as follows: 40 chains west;
: nn chains south: 40 chains easl: 160
 ns north to point of commencement.
27.- i 'online ncing en n post planted
iiboul ei miles north of the north-wesl corner ni ,'. !���'. A. i In '-n's pre-emption claim,
(lien rem,hue; as follows: SO chains wis, ;
- Mains lieah : SO chains ces! : SO cliains
.' li lo poin,  nf commencement.
2S. , 'ommi'ii, Ing al n posl planted
about 7 miles north of Ihe north-wesl corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim.
then running as follows: 160 chains ens, ;
���I" chains south; 160 chains west; and 40
chains north tee the point of commemce-
m, nt.
-'!'.���Commencing ;et a pest planted
about 7 miles north et the north-wes, cor-
ner ",' C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
'tlnn running as follows: -In chains north;
mi chnlns west; 4" cliains north; 40
(l.eiins west; v" chains south; 120 chains
easl tc point ef commencement,
30,���Commencing at a posl planted
about 4" chains north of th" smith-west
coiner ef Location No, 26, then running
as follows: iii" chains west; 4�� chains
north; 160 chains east; and 40 chains
south ," point "i commencement.
:;,.���Commencing at a posl planted
aboul   in  ch lias  nmah  uf the south-west
[corner ef 1 ation No.  26,  then  running
.is follows: 160 chains west; 40 chains
south; 160 chains east; 40 chains north
m   point ef commencement.
32.���Commencing at a pest planted
aboul 4 miles north eef the north-wesl corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west;
4" chains south; 160 chains cast; 4���
chains nortli to point eef commencement,
containing 640 acres, more er less.
WM.    Me ei,1>V.
FRANK  VANDALL.
Locators.
Agent,  Frank Vandal!.
March 21, 19���7.
NOTICE.
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
Carelessness is tin' great sin of most
people'.
If a man doesn'l acquire a little sense
with age in- cheats himself.
If a ma:, owus a pocketknlfe il is
hard for bim to pass a grindstone.
Say what you please aboul moral
courage, lhe man who has a lol <>f it
Is mighty iinpopul ir
Male' the st irles you tell em ,", rainy
day a- shorl as pos-"di'. i specially if
you tell them un I, r an umbrella.
There Is i >���".' little use try lng to con
vliie-e a man who meets your stnte
ment "lib this in guiui ul "I'll '"'i
ymi." etc,
Xo mntter how highly you may value
your iiu n opinion, remember it does
ia.i  go  with other i ple unless they
think exactly ;,s you do,  which,  by  Iho
way, they seld an do.   Atchison Globe.
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days eif,. r
.1 :'������ we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
timber licenses to cut and carry away
timber from the following described lands
situate In the Kitsumgallum Valley, In the
Coast  District :
33.���Commencing at a pus, planted
about 4" chains wesl of the south-west
corner of the old Kitsumgallum Indian
Reserve, then 160 chains west; 4" chains
north: 160 chains east; 40 cliains senile
mi point ef commencement.
���'14.���Commencing at a post planted
4'i chains wes, of the north-east corner of
Location N'". :;::. then 160 e'huins west; 40
chains north : 160 chains i as, ; 40 chains
south M. point of comm, i c im at.
',' ���Commencing   at    ;i    pest     planted
4n cl'.i ns w, st ei the north-east ennui- of
I.'" ation No.  3 ,. then   160 chains Wesl :  40
ns  ���,'.,���.  :   lco  cliains east :   40  chains
south >���> rn ini  ' f ,  .��� ime nc, ment.
36.���Commencing   al    a    post     planted
120 ns  tvest  of  the  north-east
i erner of Location NM.. 35, then 160 chains
north ;   4" elm Ins "as, ;   tern chains s, nth :
4" chains wesl  to the point ���.!' comi i, :.���������
ent.
37.    ' 'omn , i eing   nt    n    ��� osl     nlnnted
ill   v tain    wesl   n north-ens!
'' ��� '   of   Le   . tlon   N '.  37,,     the ���      160
1 is north ;  40 ch      s east;   160  chains
ivest:    40 chains south  to point  of com-
��� ... me im.
C ncing       I posl      planted
no ",-v. ��� -���   i< r of  Location  No.
13,     'in ,. ���������   Rfl   m.   Ins   west :      RO   chains
outh:      SO   el    ' is   ��� ast :     and   v"   chains
tn point of Cl ':. ���������:,. nl
���'���'��� i 'on ii '.''a!.' at a post plant, ���! at
th,   north-w -���  coi n, r nf  Local lon  No.  V
the,     " ��� ;     ���     .' . st:           outh: RO
Ins -i   st:      ���  ���    tins  noi th to po    I  . f
	
���.��������������� I > M   MO  n ,'.'
���' ' MM   VANn VLL
Loi    to
' -     I. Fi     :.  Vi nd
March 21,  1907.
TIMBER   NOTICES.
commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Claim No. 15.���Commencing e,t pes!
Plan,eel e.a lln- Zymagatitz River, about
two miles up from the mouth, em the eas,
bank of river; tIk-ih-- 160 chains east ; 40 '
chains south; 160 chains wesl to river;
thence in chains northerly along river to
point of commencement, containing 64U
;i< ,( s.  more  or less.
Claim No. 16.���Commencing at post
planted on the Zymagatitz River, alien,
two miles up from them outh, on the
casi bank of river; ihence 160 chains
east; 40 chains norih; 160 chanis wesl to
river; Ihence 4n chains southerly along
river to point of commencement, contain-
lng ,14" acres, inore or less.
claim   Xee.   17.���Commencing    al   posl
pin,itcii  mi  the  Zymagatitz  River,  about
.me mile up from the mouth, on the west I
hnnk ei river; ,hence 4a chains wesl ; 160
i eleains   north;    4,'    chains   e-.nst    to   river;,
[thence   160 chains southerly   along  river]
to poinl of commencement, containing 640
ticres,   more  or   less.
claim No. IS.���Commencing nt post
pla,i,i'ii on the south bank of Skeena
River, about half mile below the mouth
of Kitsumgallum River; thence SO chains
sun'1,,   SO   chains   east;   v,i   chains   north
.in   Sk.-iua   River;   thei   along  river to
point   of   commencement,   containing   640
la 's,   more  or  h'ss.
Claim No, 19.���Commencing al p"si
planted on the south hank of Skeena
Ri\ i"���. ahull, half mile up from the mouth
of Kitsumgallum River, on the south
side of Skeena River; thence 120 chanis
small; 12" cliains cast to Skeena River;
,he,ice ahum rive- ,o point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Luc ited  d bruary 22,   1907.
WILLIAM   MO IDY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
!'��� ,' Frank Vandnll. .March 22.  1907.
NOTICE.
m	
Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
afier elate I intend io make apllcation
in ihe Hon. the chiel' Commissioner
of I.amis and Winks, for a special li-
cense to cat ami carry away timber
iiiim ill" following described lamls.
situated
Coasi Districl Range 5 district, No.
101, commencing al a stake planted
at a post on the Kncheshese River,
about a mile ami a half up from Us
mouth, thence easi 40 chains, ihence
north mi chains, thence wesl 80
chains, thence south mi chains, ihence
east -iu chains in poini ,,f commencement.
102.
Commencing at a point near the
mouth of Union ('reck at the easi line
,,:' the Indian R,'serve, at lhe head of
Union Bay, near lhe mouth of Works
Channel, Range ���">. Coast District,
thence 40 chains south, lh,'nc sn
chains east, thence sn chains north,
thence so chains west. , hence I'i
chains south to the poinl of cumin, ncement,
103.
Commencing at a post on the north
shore of Works Channel, Range ���'���.
Coast District, about a mile and a
half below Worsfold Hay. thence 120
.chains north, thence SO cliains east.
thence south to shore, thence westerly
���alons shore to }k>sut of commencement.
10-4.
Commencing ai a posl on the- shore
opposite the mouth of Bear Creek
and about a half a mile norih on the
north arm of Work's Channel, Range
5, Coast Distric. thence west 70
chains, thence north so chains, thence
least to shore, thence southerly along
j shore to point  of commencement,
105.
Commencing at a stake ,m the
laach about 50 chains south of ihe
mouth of Hear Creek on the north
arm of Work's Channel, Range 5,
Coasl Districl. thence east 90 chains.
thence norih SO chains, thence west
to the beach, thence southerly ami
westerly along the beach to point of
commencement,
106.
Commencing ai a stake 20 chains
east of the mouth of Mink Creek a:
the head of Work's Channel, Range 5,
Coasl Distric;. thence wesl so chains,
thence north So chains, ihence east
se cliains. thence south 80 cliains, to
point of commencement.
east of small bay al the head of Hoth-
am Sound: thence north SO chains;
thence west Ml chains; ihence south
so chains; thence east so chains to
point  of commencement.
2.���Commencing al a stake at the
north-east corn,a' of Claim Xo. I:
thenc north so cliains; thence wes!
SO chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence easi su chains to point oi commencement.
3.���Commencing ai a post 40 chains
wesl of ihe north-east corner of Claim
Xo. 2: ihence norih su chains; thence
wesi so chains; ihence south so
chains: thence east su chains to point
,,:' commencement.
HENRY GROSE.
.March Ulsl,  L907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty days after date I intend '<> apply
i,i the Honourable chief Commission-1
,"��� of Lands ami Works for permission
ie, purchase the following described
lands, situated on what is called
Middle ami South Dundas island,
Range 5, Coasl  District:
Commencing at  a  posr    aboul  one-
half miie easl  of the hea I  ol' D ICk   lll-
lei on ibe   norih    side    of   ibe   Inlet,
marked S. II. I-'.:    thence  !"" chains
north;   thence SO chains east;   I hem e
south   to  saiel    inlet;    thence'    southwesterly and westerly along th,
io poini of commencement,
S.  II.  FORD,
]���'. II   CRAGi i.
i."
March 22. I ,"7.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixty ila;.s after date I Intend i" apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of I.amis ami Works for permission
to purchase' lhe following describe,!
lands, situated on whal is called Midland South Dundas Island, Range 5,
Coasl  District:
con neing af  a posl    planted at
Ibe head of Swan Inlet ; thence south
loo chains; thence east so chains:
thenc north to shore; thence westei
Ij ami north-westerly along I he shoi,
,o poin' uf commencement.
F. il. CRAGO.
March 23,  1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
published   al   New   W, stu ���
in good ami sufficient servic,
DATED ai the Land  |;. |    .
New   Westminster,   Province
ish Columbia,  this   1 Uh  ,,,
ary, A.D.   I!���,7.
C. S. KEITH,
I;.,....���'
To Thomas  Archibald   .\l, I:,n
All    persons    served    with   ,   "ff,
tic.   and    those   claiinih.
under   them,   and all   persons
Ing any interesi in the
virtue of any unregister, |
ami ail persons claiming
in   ihe  said   land   by  d,
title is  no;   registered  un i   ���
visions   of   the   ���'Land   R,
shall be forever estopped ,-
from   set: iim   up   any   , .
respeel   of   Ilie   said   land
(axes as provided by the
trv Act."
NOTICE.
uruom
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  (] ;
'���' i iii.. s after elate' i Intend
the I ion.1 ' iel , lommi   -i  i
aad   Win ks   for special   license
aa i i' rry away  timber  : ���,
lowing described land, sil
Kitsumgallum   River,    C
Range .":
1     .a No I.   Common	
planted 25 miles up :.   ���    ���
K  ' ���;::.   Km.-:,    a /JBO��
of Kitsumgallum Lake, U   So
lows:        su   cliains   u. -��� bit aWi
si'Mh;       p.    chain- miMMl
lie Ml, ;    l.'ei   chain -  <���;,-, .,,- ,���������
south   'ii   p.un'   ,el   cm:: ^   yy|
claim No. 2.���Commeni
p ante i  aboul   23 miles
mouth of ihe' above , Iver,
hank   of   Ihe    Kitsumgallum  :,
and I
189H
ficM-J
*��!
TJLtil
COURT OF REVISION
Hell     ,..������(,'.
Hell Gate, at the entrance of Long
island sound, In the Last river, was
nol so named because of Its dangers
nnd   turbulnnce,  as  is  generally  sup
posed,  bui   quite   the  < trary.    The
early Dutch settlers called It "Hell
(late" because il was a pleasant, beau
til'ul pnssageway, In allusion to iis pic
turesque sn-ni-vy. "hell" conveying the
idea of pleasantness.���New York Herald.
Decorated.
Hubby���Sly pet you will pardon me.
bnl aren't those griddle cakes a little
burned?   VS'ifey (almosl  In tears, Oh,
Tom, and I tried ; , make' them so pretty for you with that pyrogrnpb set you
pave me!   Boston Transcript.
Let me tell you thai every misery l
miss is a new blessing.���Walton.
N ITICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the
iss, . ��� :��� Ro ; for the year 1907
has been rei n ne I I i me, and remains
In my ofll ���-. �� here ii may be Inspected hn ring an inter, I
tin ,' In, until thi sitting of the Court
< I  Rei Is l m.
'l he   firs; sil lng   eef   the   Coin I   of
Revis I, i on i he said Assessmenl  roll
��i:l : ��� held al the City Hall, In th,
said i\-   on
MONDAY, April 8, next,
al I11 o'clock in the forenoon. Any
p, rs ai Intending to appeal againsi
tho assessmenl musl do so In writing
ie' be filed with the City clerk al
leasl seven da.es before the flrsl sitting of  the  Court,
W. A. DUNCAN, City ('leak.
City Hall. .March 6, 1907.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
rei.  113. Office, Eighth  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
'    '   I""   1S  HEREBY  RIVEN   I
���'.-,: .���,'!���, i thi
1 ' Chief .      I     .,f
I Works fn, -        I
���   ..
.    :'      , '.      t Dl,
Si).  I      ' ' ,,,... .    ,     . ���
M I , . :,.-    \ -YV,
', ���    T   I'    I      ' .   ii , a,-, nortl,   '���"  ���
��� Ih   .10 e\. Rl
��� ���  ���       ���    a  ,       ......
V".     -' M. ; |   '   ,,   .,   .)
'""  feel t shore of Aetron
ml, i '.'.    . ���    v    .���,,,,    ���   .
���    n   - ��� , ; .
'','��� I 1 .   ne' Mi   ' i   , ���  .      i ,    ,    of
II11 .....
!��� ���       to  i
' '  the      s     : '     ,.,,,._
I..   7SI2, ��� ���       ���,.        ,    rl
 .vanI   II   rlmi     \   i:      Ihence rth
.  ..���    ' i   ,.i
in chain      non
p ���'���   .,:,������ ���
��� .       ���       ' t   the   S    '���'.
'���  - nf T   I.   7004,   m... ,   mi     ulle   i n
11       lie   "I   Of    Cl,,', ���������   '      '','.,��� W...I
-. mth    : i    ��� linln ,:    ������ m ,     so
nil     ml      '     chains with  line   nf
T   '      lh, nc. ���   i" ������   dn    ���-��� shore
i'   s.-'V. corner I"'   27 1 :  tin n, n th  SO
 y  : west   in  elm Ins ,morc or  I,       I i
a' commencement.
'' ,. a 'Ll i 2(ith dny nf I', br inn .   1007
Tl":  "of, Vm;,||.|\;  ktniBER CO.,  Ltd.
Bv ���'.  I!. McLaughlin,  Pn s. nn I M.  D.
NOTICE.
N'OTICE   is    HEREBY    GIVEN     that
 ���   (lavs afiiT .i'i," ec,. Intend ,,i apply
i"   the   Hon.  ,h"  Chief  Commissi r  of
t,n ds nnl Works for permission to cul
nd ' iitv ,-nvav the timber from thc fol-
ir.wlns di scrlh, d lands, siin.-itc on thn
" ... iimtltz River, !'������������-' district, Range
V"    Fl:
, 'I.iim  N'o.   I:: -   I 'nmm, nclnB; nf   ei   'ms,
planted  on   the  Zymnn  ittz   River,  about
��� i    "nl" up from  the   ""��� ith, on  tli" east
��� '    of river : l h<���],'���"   100 chnlns enst :  40
south :   100 phnln - wesl :  -t'i chains
north,   aloiiK the   river  to  point   of  com-
 ent, i tnlnlng (110 ner, s, moi r
I'
" '     .   N'o.   14,     i' ���.'n':ir;   nl   a   posl
planted   een   ,1,"  Zymagntltii  River,  nhoul
up from  the  n ,, ith,  'in   th,   ' as,
of   river:   thence     ! 110   chains   ensl :
��� hains norih :     ICO   chnlns   west :   -l"
���   .  us  south,  along   river    to poinl   of
107.
Commencing   at   a   poinl  on   l.ach-
mach River near the conic," of lol  195
at the head of Work's Channel, Range
."..  Coasl   District,     ihence   40   chains
west,  thence y" chains south, thence
180 chains easl, thence SO chains north,
'thence in chains wes, (,, point of commeni ement.
100.
Commencing  at   a   posl   10   chains
easl of th,   river :<���  the north line of
the Indian  Reserve,  al   the  mouth of
Hi"  Enches-hese  River  on  the   norih
��� ' le ol Woi'.'. t ": innel, Range 5,
Ci'ie- District, thence SO chain? north,
thence SO chains wesi, thence v,i
, hains s, th, thence vn chain , i I
to ; oinl of commencem, nt,
10S.
Commen ,   posl em the south
side of Fordcrai , Rii   ', ahotil a mile
.' half up from its mouth, Ih, nee
ith GO chaim. them ast SO chain,.
tl   '      -i chains,  thenc,    wesl
s.i chain     Ihenc,     outh   10 chaii
,.   nencemenl      The  i
,���;,..   into   ':." north   arm  of
Work' Range 5, Co    'iii
Irlct, a'lout a mil? and a half south
wesl  ol , ��� ��� I        the  noi hi
coming   n  I I he oast.
109.
��� '   '.a-.m     al  :���   pos!  on  the  shore
��� ��� ��� " pi ' . nd of ila- north arm
oi Work': Chi nnell, Range ". Coasl
District, aboul 20 chains s mth of the
mouth ni' Snow Creel . thence ea il
100 chains, thence north 10 chains.
' h, nee '.' i sl 160 chains, thence soul h
i'1 chains to poini of < ommencenn nt.
110.
Commencing al a posl planted al
the mouth of Ford Creek, on the nor: h
shore of Work's Channell, Range 5,
Coasi District, thence SO chains norlh.
lh, nc 80 chains east, thence 80
chains  SOllth,   inoro   or   less   to   shor'',
thence westerly along shore to poini
of  comm, ncement.
S.   ll.   FORD.
!<\  II. CRAGO.
.March 21, 1907,
N'OTICE.
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thai
thirty elays after date I Intend to
mako application to the Hon. the
Chief Commissioner of I.amis and
Works for permission to cul and carry away timber from the following
de cribed l inds, situ it, I al Hotham
SoUnd, Xew  VVesI mins er Dl ��l riet:
l.���Commencing al a stake I i chains
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty days after date we intend to
apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the following tract ,,f land situated in Coasl
District, for a Mill She. Commencing at a post planted on shore of hay
S. E. Arm Huaskin Lake, aboul S.
W. comer T. L. No. 6943; thence
South 10 chains; Wesi .", chains:
South 10 chains, more or less t,, N. E,
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence West
with shore line '2D chains; North 10
chains; East 5 chains: .North 10
chains, more or less, to shore of
Huaskin Lake; thence Last with
shore line 20 chains, more or less, to
iK'int of commencement; containing
40   acres,   more   or   less.
DATED this 19th day of February,
1907.
The   Mclaughlin  lumber  co.,
LTD.
By c. R   McLaughlin, Pres . M. D
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  lhat
3i   days after date, I  Intend  to .
to  the   Hon.   Chief  Commissi, n, r  of
Lands ami Works, for - ecia] Icense
t" cul ami carry away tin i from the
[ llowing d, s, ribed lan Is, si: : it, I  as
follows:
1.���Conn ���:..-. m   ��� riled
on ii' man lo Islan I. Saj wa ! Dis
trict, ; ��� the - euthwesl corm r e.- ee,
tion 6; ���'.��� nc, north SO cliains: then, e
' asl SO chains; thence south SO ; ains
thenc, wesl 80 chains to poinl ol commenc, ment.
2.���Commencing al a stal e ;>'. nt, I
"i the noi thw, sl corner section 5;
lh, nc, easl > chains; thenc, - ul i
St chains; ihence we-s, SO chains;
'���'lo.'icc north 80 chains to poinl of
i m ��� n, nl
'���'    C mimencing al a sl  ke , lant, I
'   " west , orner ���>:' section 5;
thenc,      'Cm   '.,  chains;   thence east
SO   , haim .    (h, a, ���    so Mil   SO   chains;
Q ch  in-:   ie poinl ol com-
ni, M   '  M:    ���;��� .
.1.   I!.  AG VR,
���I, lin e'. Is ,n   Locater.
Mar, li 22, 1907.
UNO REGISTRY AIT.
TAKE NOTICE thai application lias
1 "   made to   register   Karl   Urudvik
as i he owner In Fee Sim] Ie, under a
[Tax Sale Deeii from C. V. Carncross,
Reeve and E. M, Carncross, Clerk of
th, District of Surrey, bearing ��I;it<���
the l lih day of December, A.D. 1901,
of all and singular thai certain parcel
or tracl of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the Districl of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described al Lol 32, subdivision
of Seel ion 25, Block C Norlh Kan;;e 2
West,
Vou and cadi of yon are requested
to contesi the claim of the lax purchaser wilhin forty-live elays from the
dale of the flrsl publication of this
notice. I shall register Karl Hind , il;
as owner thereof In fee. And I direct   that   publication   of   ihis   notice
, for thirty days In a daily newspaper
ihence     mi   chains   east ;
- mth;     40   chains   west;     MJ  ,
S,  Ith, more or less, to : h,
n, : Iherly along the riv, r ���
,.    < omme,icemen,. 10AM
Ciaim Xe,. ::.- Com;:., : , 'lUffe
planted   al   tbe  south-wesi i'(i:>HBo��r,
T. L. 7942;   thence 40 chaii
chains   south;     40 chains    ��� asi _ -
chains south;    In chains   w, W��tt
less,   io   the     Kitsumgallum   r,��*"W
��� I ' nee northerly    along the rin
the point of commencem, ni
Claim  No. 4.���-('0111111, in ���'
planted about  Hi miles
month of the Kitsumgallum Rim
ihe- e ast hank;  thence 40 ch dm
160  chains     smith:     10   chain- i
more  or   less,   to   the      river,    ".
northerly along the river te, th,
of commencement,
Claim No. 5.���Commencing ai
planted about  16 miles up    '.:������
tei,mth of the above river, on thi
bank;     thence    SO chains  wef
chains south; ,^ chains east,
less, to   the   river:     thenc,    i.
along the river to thi   poinl  i
mencement.
Claim No, 6.���Commencing ai
planted   12 miles  up  from  the :.
of    the    river,    on    the  wesl   .
tl', nee   40   chains   wes,;      40
SOtlth;     40  chains   i as; ;      se,
south; 60 chains east,  m, re,
to the  river;   thence  northerly .
the river to the poinl   ol comm
merit.    _
'   iim No. 7.   , lomm, m ing al a
.   , ' ������  ]    iboul    10   chains   wesl
s, ul h wesl   corner of the old   Kit
R,ilium      reserve;      thence    160     I
west;     40  chains  south;     160
east;  10 chains noi ,   Int ���
mi ncement.
Claim No. 8.    Commi a dng a
planted  on    the north-w, sl  c,    ���
T    I..   7945;   ihence   [60   chain    ���
40 chains north:   I6i     h:   as ,
chain-   south,   to  poin;   . ;   con. I
ment.
Claim No. 9    Con  r,, ncing at
pi inted on the    north w, - -   co  i
'i'    L.   THI.*,;   thence   160   chains i
I11  chains  south;   160  ��� hains <  ���'
the wi si   line of T. L.  7945;
along  'la   line to poinl  ol  conn
���pen,.
claim    No.   10.- , lomm, ncinj
posi planted on the wes;  line ol
7945,  aboul   40  chains    south  i
noi th-wesl     , orner    of     T.   I.,   i
ihence'   160 chains wesi;    10   ch
south;   160 cliains east, to the lin,
T   L,  7945;   i hence along the  line
poinl   of  commencement,
i laim No, 11.���Commencing ..
pest planted on the south-west co
ol T. L. 7945; thi nee running
��� 1. ilns wes,; p, chains north;
cl ains east, to the wesi line of T
7945; ihence 40 chains south al
the line to poinl ol c, mm, ncemei
Claim   No.   12    Comm, ncing   ;
pes'   plan,cl  ai   t he son; h-oa  '
of T,  I.   7945;    then, o    i unning
ivest;     10 chains i outh;
then, "   i i  phali
nt of i omn ' n i m nl
Lo   it, d   Feb : .   I i.   i  i ,
WILLI \M   Md,,!,',
FRANK   VANDALL,
Per Frank Vandall,
Mai
1 .<, 'ator
190,
Westminster Iron Wori
GENERAL MACIH.nk ami UJNUlf
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, LKiDiii'.' and |'
STRUCTURAL IRON     WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, inciudli|
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ll
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKJiJJilT.
New Westminster. f. t). 4"
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B-Cl m       4PRIL   1,  1907.
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:   I.    D A [LY    v   ���
np.-)C-FSSIONAL
J
r. -  Dl   &   E3DMONDS,  Barris
, V ftn(   solicitors   Blacl I,   B
.,,     \i'v.   Westminster.
���  teside, H. L. Edmonds
R F AI     F'ST ATF in the City of Npw Westminster ancl throughout the   A NEED- j^lh^ sleep.
i\LiriLi   lap I rt, I L�� New Westminster District is advancing in price very u*,mMr.*n�����n~*n~m
TO."   B ILS   so Icl
..���:.:, 'erne   ���'(,,,:"    Offi COS
 'nmme ,        build-
s. "i'i.  opposite   p -st
estmlnster.   Money  to
rapidly.   Property is changing hands so quickly that
prices ruling- the market today are oftentimes non-existent on the morrow.
Lots throughout the city are doubling in value, owing to the many large
and new industries starting up, bringing in their train a greater population of
homeseekers
���
S   WEART  k  MoQVARRIE
.  .   ,.   solicitors, etc. Of
.    minster, Trapp Blk.
. ,n   and   Lorne  streets
ims 21 to 24, 44.r. Cran
,  iseph   Mar: in. K   ...   ���
ii.  McQuarrie,  li.  A
,. ���    Vlartln  wijl   he  in th.3
,::es every Frldaj   af
Tel. 3 33
FRONT   S1KEET
...   [   ,t   BOWES    Bai    b
,rs    etc.    45    Lorni
,  .     Hoi N<*
bealler, P.0   Boj
,
ririfii, s    mc  h i-'.i
,e   ���       ..  .
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hon blocl
. eeta New Wesl
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W. MYl ; - ���    ��� ' s
and B
18911
sit,
���   bone i
BOB
[on,
id,.rn Imp
latin
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el
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JUST A SPECiAL."tlm!'s all
SPl ENDID   HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH   10   Ai'f:l->    [N   i    ,���- El
Hous,       ul    itore bedi	
inrp, hall      clot ���'���    do ,el ���   pla iter
ei  un,  Rni ihe,   ii  ceda    la v-  :' wn
beau . u  Hi ' ' ""��� ,  rei ���"' ros,
hedges  higl  bos ���,  an,   ��� ri ���,   fence
.,..���:, bel  - all      " 'chard   40 apple   i
p ,,,,,,.   ���  plum   la 'i ������   cl ���
an,   ol he     ' "ui      ���"������  , ol
���i ���"' ,      bo    blacl  lot "    '    ���
���la;     ihsoil   ��� ��� nde "draine     lasl
. ���,.,    ,,,.,,       M-   ,",���;      -.      pot!  '""
acre 'i  I;   lee lee
��>1 200.00;
��>2OO0   < a����h.    !
���   ���   ..    .
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave oi
4th St.. west side,    $300
half cash, bal. in fi mos
Six
���*Af
,:>'l
.
|CF Tr ADE ��� N- '���'���    West]
meets   In  I b<
H -  :    lows
ot each n   nl I
gs on th,   s,    ,n
Febi ....        Ma;
...   ��� r, al  v  ������:   m
-    , a    the    se' ond
I     February.      Ne*
may    be    prop,   ���
any monthly or quarter'.-
A. K. Whe>... Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
i'
���
HON  LODGE.  NO. 9. A. F. A A. M.
���The    ������'-- ���'������'���     i. lilt   "���    !!ll,i
. t| held   , :,   lhe   K.i -'   Weilne'.- lav   ii,
j each i. "Mie.  ,; >��� ' '. 'ecu -,<. in.. i>
fthe   Mrs,mi,    Temple.     S>n uirniii'-
i brethren are corelially lin"" I  i 1 at
'tend.       lh'.   W.   A.   DeWolf  Smith,
Secretary.
UNO SOlOMON   LODGE, NO.  17. A
f   Jt   A.   Vm-   Ito'-nlnr   COtnmunlca-
of this lodge are held on the
E Tuesday   In  eaeh  month  In
Temple, at 8 i- ni.    Visit
hren   are   lonliallj   Invited
i.     D.   W.  GllCtH ' St,   Sec.
CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. -��5S
K.   of    I .    meets    foui ;1'
eon     month,    at
In   Orange   hall,   corner
."  an I   71 h  .-'reel
-��� Sir  Knights   cordially
attend.    W. E. Dunl ,p,
Res
I"       $800
1    sl 1 ��� ���
,
1"      11    1,'
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.
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1,      1
Illll         ���         ...    ���'   '��� ���
���
II  ���(           '   '
���   . ,        a    ,,   I    Ml,
\
i In,
lots ir   i��  i   I,,.
II,  1                   " c   '
. I       ���      ���     |o(
'.., OC pei  ��� ���   e
:,750. $1
....
$3,000.  ���' ��� is at *
.....
Snap in Lots.
\... a iie in a ts ol
the cltj   from $25.00 to $3 ��0
S6 a, hall   mil,   wat,       mt   G
i>   , unning    th ��� ��� $9,160. '
Full   -; ��� i   lol   ;"    ��� ��������� ���    fa   " ���
,! nn, ,-.    sti eel      Fri,     $150  cash
'
ie  10'
'
factor;
M
.,  -.,            . . ���
of
S"
la
V.
,;i  ,,,   ,, i Mui ih     I,undine      I  nii:'
, ,    di   ,'.,ii   Jim      .,,      in i   ai   ihe
i in Hlm  "I   Mill nil'   I, "i lin       iboul   , In
e of lot;     , ner,     ' Ii in ' I   undei
eultlvul Ion ,    I i "Min   hou se,   Men ii    in t
ible;   aboul  one ner,   orchard, bent
a ; fruit  tr, ���        Price 1(1,350, on easy
terms   (or  $1.:,re0 oash),     ( ' '   |iei    II I
1 j cash, hoi in, i   fi  ind  12  mon!
I      "''Mm   ; '.   ':  I    i'" 11' i   of
\. W     ' I.    UUel" ii ell 'I linh, '    n
I i: .    i'. I   .i      ��� . , I       ,||;   n   II
i i .     ,   ;        nil        , i ;   ,'i i  ic ���
4
,.,c
���'���
33.   39,   i
3;    full
size;
easil
y cl
eai
ed;   Eighth
and Se
venth
avpi	
an
ri     Cu'i'lie,
i ,,..,     ..-,. -..'
$300
.    ,c
h.
	
$1,0 c
,    .
seven  ;
M    $2,000
'    "���       |    '     ''-,-. i    '..    g	
onl v on    [i     ter cash i     ;   ;      ilati
li     ���   ars at 1 	
, ���'       Map!   '    ��� ���     Section
mil    ���    I iv" '������    '      -   hal	
rush and      I ti
; rl S    tion 32, $45       S
tion     i   *c" 're; Se,';on 2S, $55
i""   aci        Pel    li "     al    ' la	
t, ! grapl ; -    I Iti   ":    -   '": ' -
;   rms  I ish   bal !
  i      r cenl    E:   I - ;   	
DRANGE LODGE. NO. 1151
' u mge hall I I nd
In each n
���   .
P
"i lol    corn,
\    "       ne     Me  |    St..   Sill
��� , on,        ���      lardy ,
$J00,   half   cash.        V   s
���
'.
i ���
1
J I   . ,
.'     p $3,OC0
cash.
at 8'
' ���AMITY  LODGE. NO. 27���
-.I'.'
[ in Od ha
;
.
i
$10,500, ���
-
���
i . . .  -
-���    if
;   -. - �� *.h r.i
ICQ ���,,  , .-.   \\ eS| ���, m dlstriel    ,
��� in ic   nil11  ation    Iti  " :   "
, ii n a.     ,    i...   s'. . ��� i ,.��� ��� es   pi mi   '
I ��� I     ��� ������     'i let  bol torn lan '    i innius
hou "��� IS x i'i;   fi        ' l
! i posl   I' line  ]  ui '   '��� ' '���
In all  sla  le     ��� ���   a and
spun  I "-    n ""   Miss  "i Statl  i
...      , ,  . ,      .,-     i  ,., i
rids tv ���     ���. mt 100
.   .
���-���- (2,00(,        '       ��� 	
      ������     '    hen
made     ' he ���
or t ������ i        ....
>:i 000; 5; ��� ince      ,;
Six lo ��� ....
$50  each   lot.     Fuller
SPECIAL
1   j,,f5.    Wit!"   '!','ll,lo   1'lel'l.cr,
mi section L, 2 lots section
2. near Richmond St., Sapperton, for ^rK $600, half
cash,  bal. to f��e arrang id
at 7 per cent.
���
'   ���
La
., . e .,
" 1 ���
1   ,n
���  .
...
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���   ��� ���
-   $3,0" '
f
Fl
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���    >
t
,
$7
.   .
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���
months.
e ��� .
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\N.���t=- \3ER   LOCGE  No. 3
ie first and th
,     each       nontl, Via
>,i inn' >���: ���   ,.������
��� ��� ',  W,   I
I'   bloc r,   I      '-'''.   itreet
'il ���"     I.en.a
'     V el' ,   :
.;- e        :. I - 13
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111,
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08B    y~    :OLUMSIA    LODGE    No
116,  BON3 E UGLAND,   a,   3.���
Rod' I: ",,i .iii.r
Ponrt i
K. i ��� ,���    ,       .   i
An., M,")]!,,
lie- e,a ���     .i     ' .-ii   rioni i.
inn    iiac".      Visitillll 'I     11
ally     nvfted.       B, Itincli
ll .     >|  IS.,     ' '   ,1""     :".,   ,,  |   ���
Ml
lilN
��� ii
K.
JRUNETTE,  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
i   lie   ��� uu ��� li  Friday  in    he
��� i    I   o'clock,    n   tha    anal!
elillellowa'     block.       VlSil .a '
m  i.t a cordially Invited to il
���     '.     il in, C. il.;   Im  I5
i. 8.
ROYAL COLUMBIA. No   II
P.���The  "''.'Hilar  in,'";i���"'-
[Lo,ii;<>  ive beld on the Seen, .
' inn a  " leaduj ; ol each inniii
>   n    n   be Oddfellow,' Hn"
h ��� 'i, on  are cordial:    i
"  ul.   y C. Kinii.
duxwoll   Sec
'e    TCMPLARS   OF   Tl-M
'.,"   nei.;   everj  Weduesdaj
"������'.   ,i.   in.,  in  Oddfellov ���
olumhla    street,     Visiting
ii ordially Invited to il
"'" Burr, 3, C; N, it. Brows
. ,,
i   .    ii
.   .\r.r.
es in Surrei
... .     J   300,
���
.     . -.
......
,-.. .-
.    .: ���
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! r /rc;     r��r      irj-rt;
In     BROWNSV!! ' E
''      -  the  Bridge
Che
imi
nm
uu
2.     P   re
,    i" m
���
���
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"    ���     ���      ,.    im   ,������      3
ll     -      '    tOW nshln  2.
I '., c     "ll    ���'     .1
. 'es:    i:!
,," '     'lenreil ��� ���      mile
cultivation and   -   ii   ns   il ished
��� I, e $20 per acre,    ��� cash, bni-
' ;n   I'J ninnllis al  '���', .
1   ;'
|]     ,,..,���     doi
,1. lot   14,
;i
itrlck's    Sqimre
$-150.
I
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ot,   ' M.'. |0fi    Ponlh
.       ,    ".Ml'       e\ ���"!'"���        Price
"   '        I M I . ,,,",.
$450.
	
mil   :i nnill   '     Ireel    ���
,"     , , .       ��� red;
.     . if tl        '
,'���,,,.     , ��� .���
.,,,,
���
' '    nnl Third
Of       .>!,o'      full    a. ���'      P  Ii e
c ish
!>,      ,,     ���     ������    oil    Lake   '  mmur,
i,i,   ... a    jump
���", | house, Seventh street,
,,       '  ���'      ue,  two storeys,  full
"       it, $1,600.
���
.,,'....
IO
.  ,,       .  ne      .,      -..������.���     i .'  ���
ms     	
.   . i ��� ..   ,., Agne- ������"" ���'   ��� ������������ i
en rooms; a real sua;, at
$2,500.
...   .,. ,, i  ;.,,.;, ',,, i ;., Delta,
;i | miles from river, near Scott
��� ind, $12   er acre; a real good buy.
64    icres   In    i1'"
Tel. 333
One acre in block 9, be-
tween L8th and lfith St.
���     8th Ave.    Price $750,
' cash, bal. easv.
Botl
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'
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i >
e
.300.  $
$250
cash.
HOUSE and LOT
'
 '
with lai f lol
fruit 1 ' $2,750.
20, $170: N     ��� ���
$175.    Dm nd
T! proof of
the  " . ,   of
'   .
WOll!  . '.'
.ill
'
hich   1  I
. .
'.
to wh     '    I    I published in hi
I believe, however, thai  I ha, e f.
" ��� from which his In >l
'
In  his boob upon  the  physiology ut
' Ich had  Its day  of ���
Brlllai Suvarln   r, lates   thn   ���'
"I had a groat aunt, ninety three .
old, who was dying. Although for some
ti," " confined to her bod '    1 rc
talned all he'r facultl . '        ,ndi
m  betrayed by bei
Mui     (lie
Sh    had always sl
I I wa
'
whlel
her with the pi I eye I 1
'
y .
iiiii
ah'" ("live,   iiii.iu
i
.    .,  .     .   .
take half a gl
1 foi at nnd, 1
will, eyes  v
��� '.'   fl   ".  'Th.ml;  you,'
'for thi    lasl  :' ivor.   tl
,    |    .,   . ,
eop '
"Th,   e were h, I I       :   I
had
or.   We u- ' |; ,  i :���
stam i    f tl        tlnct of nal
The I t was shown
early age In n p       a   . ho had retain
ed all her Intellectual faculties."   Pro
r Elle Mctcl    koff in Harper's.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
c i..-is., facing Columbia
street, Sa] ei on, $1 l>"r.
half cash. bal. on easy
terms,
...    hundred and S. TT.
I!    '     nshlp 11, I       miles
    Fort Langle;    ' lashed
I land      Prl      $10 per aire. Or
tb It I   ash, 1   ' Ime, 7 j   - cent.
intei   it
 and    Ixt;   i u      N'.YV.
Vi     Sec   25    '     -'..'���..
" ' '    I     creek      running
': h   50 aci      ���'..'-'...
���     | ,   $go0  worth     '   ���������
pro]   ������        Price   $!0 per acre, i_. .     |
"   il  a  boy oul  of a dime and tl
rime will m    r outlaw.
Comparison may not be a detractl
but lt Is certainly a half h:
The truth with unselfish people is
they are liable to brag about 11.
There Is only one way in Ihis world
'  '   ur own way    Insist upon it.
All, -' any defense would he' ill
right If you oulil mak ��� e] Ie be
lleve it.
It Is jusi langei to tell some
people i '        It Is to  foe '  with
n I .ai!.',! gun.
^Vhen a man    ibmlts to a j
wedding  tho ether  men  look   at  him
" y  boys lool     t a 1
'   r mak, s hlm wear I
The man who has mad" a fallur
any Hue of business never has a very
good opinion of tbe man who started
In the same' line at the same time and
made It a success.   A.tchlson Globe
T.'o Deep.
The story Is I eld of a lank, diseonso
'  '    I    ' 'au- farmer  trho '  '   dur
Ing tin* | f a political meel
.   i   .  . .      ne mile i     I   '"������ Co ;      In ':(;'     tood ou tl
... ;. , ..   . .      tl.
$30 j   ���       ���
Too Good to  Miss
House;   Dining   Room,   Parlor,   2
Eei   Poems.   Kitchen.   Sath   Room,
Pantry:  Chicken   house  and Wood
Shed: Electric Light. .$1,150. Cash.
v  .
���
$2,000.
'
������
'    ���   $1,050.
\    10
���
If
:
e)50 per
...
'       ''     '    M
 I has
��
$1,500,
With the ��� who has
f II   I u ilh a feasl of
"Do you I now n li ��� In there
now.'"  demanded  a  stranger brisklj
pausing fur ;i mom, ' i the dis-
farmcr, ", you just g i
"Su           r oul " said
the farm, rts i-i
-
"Wleai ab l the stri
"Well,   he  didn't say,"   the   fanner
answered,   passing a   knotted
\   Pel   Tlner.
Oul of ; river bed wh,
bled  when  its dam
��� ters  lu  India  fishe I  a  tiger
cub.   la two da;     I as a
kitten  ai.ei  grew up    ' ymate of
camp terriers.    It   was
'
IS.    To allay the fears of
visil,,     ' Iglit
���  1   up,     V     '
IU.    lie        ' ���
'
bin the nr ' h  of
i uable 1
I
him prisoner until to re
lease blm.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Toll
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
160 acres, all ten, ���        id;   (or cu;
��� , ition, good water, hall   mile   from
,1, at Chiiliwack, $75 per aon.
Eight-roomed    house , all    modern tenor was capable.   London Mail
e   uvenlenees, on Carnarvon street and I
Meadows,  only  Sixth street, two Btoreys, $3,75C.
A   i'liiMoei'e  Tenor.
Aparl from Its ��Ide range, the n il
ural beauty and sweetness of the ���
of   Sims   Reeves   held   bi i   audi, i
spellbound and fully entitled bim to bo
termed tho flnesl  English tenoi  of
day.     lie especially  excelled   In  or
tori,i paris, while In opera Ills sue
was   scarcely   less    | C  inieeil.      Perhaps it was as a singer of English bnl
la,Is that Sims Reeves appealed to the
majority, and u will probably be many
n long day before we shall hear a more
exquisite rendering of "Sally  In Our
Alley" than  that  of  which   this  great
;. -    er acr     One third ca ���';. . i1 m ��� ���
al 6 per cent.
20   acre   blocks,   fruit   lan
'an tion, $20 per arra
One Lot Mo. 12, facing on Ith Ave.
between    is;    and   2d St., half block
near ftom  Park.   $475. $275 cash, balanc
21st August anl nist February, 1908,
; SCOTLAND  BENEFIT A*
ON, LORD OF THE ISLES
' 'I.     :      0n     li-  P|      '    ,���:,(
il  ei erv    i
'    Hall.        loh'i     Me\heii
���1. ,!. Por '"'er, Bee    le,
UARRIE
Real  Estate Brokers
^-^^^e
^eiclrelt',1   HuIiin.
Visiting Britisher But you have
nothing to see over here nothing, I
mean, in the way of grand old things
that have long since fallen Into disuse. Cothaniile ��� We haven't, oh?
Wait till you get u copy of the city
ordinances, -Life.
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
, 'onipurliiH   Vile*.
Bleeker- My wife got the iwst of me
in an argument this morning.   Meeker^
My wife never got the best of me,
but onee. Bleeker���When was that?1
Meeker Wheu she aiaxtiiid me.���Obi-
euro News.
��� K>*n
T II E   DAILY    X K W S.
MONDAY, APRIL
AFTER 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
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND    FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
ROCHESTER APPEALS
TO PUBLIC EOR HELP
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
Two   Fine   Residential   LOTS
on Royal Avenue east, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost any old way to suit purchaser.
���
���
���
���
���
���    last X
MoiTlee X
I
Western secretary of the  Lord's  Day ���
Alliance', delivered   an   eloquent     and ���
stirring appeal for individual co-opera- ���
tieai und   Influence  on   behalf  of  the ���
Lord's Dav Act.     Ik' saiel that he was ���
STIRRING SERMON ON NEEDS OF
INDIVIDUAL INFLUENCE ON BEHALF  OF   LORD'S DAY  ACT.
A: ihe close of lhe serv
nighl in ihe Queen's avenui
ilisl church, the Rev. W. M. Kochoslo
A
Household 1
Necessity
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
nion that every one win, per-   ���
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
! MURALO!
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center of city
good streets; each house in good repair and
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
Ready for use when
mixed with water
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
��� Any person can apply it ���
'Phcne   105.
'Phone   ,0:
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   343
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105
IT'S TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
��.. USE	
| Pendray's no.i winter Tree Spray
The Most Effective manufactured.
ol  tile opl
formed unnecessary lahor on the Saih-
: ail, wan directly violating the Dominion Lord's Hay Act, bul no prosecutions hail resulted. In Victoria twenty-one ease.-' hail been broughl tee the
attention of th,' Attorney General, but
i.i   had withheld his consenl to prose-
< Uie.
Mr.  Rochester claimed  thai  he had
ie. some cases heen misrepresented by
ii"   press .nnl a false impression given
;.e the public as regards  the application eef ihe  Lord's  Day  Acl.     The Act
would   in  i.o  way   interfere   wiih  the
rights  ami   privileges  of   the Individual, hut would set an example to live
a:  a  higher  moral  level.     Ministers,
doctors,  druggists, the  telegraph  and
telephone    offices,   passenger    trains,
live  siock.   and    perishable    freight
would in no way be affected, bul  the
making up of freighl trains, building,
anil other unnecessary lal,or. would ho
prohibited.     Anything in  the manner
of safeguarding    life    and     property
would not i't' interfered with.    People
were saying thai   the  Ministers could
not christianize the people, anil were
trying to gel the government to hel],
them.     This  was  not   the  case.    The'
Aci   had  to do  with   the   cessation  of
unnecessary   toil on   the   Lord's  Day. ;
and nor with making people religious.
He considered that as everybody was |
speaking against  the Act. it  was hut I
right that  some one should speak for
it. and he  wished  to  say   that as  the
Dominion Act was in force, the Attor- '
ney General should give some reason
foi   refusing  to prosecute  those  viola-
tin?.' th" statute, as he did  not think I
'he Attorney General had  the righl  to
refuse to prosecute.    In conclusion, he
considered  that if the provincial gov-
ernmenl   thought   they  hail   no right
to pass a law of this  kind,  what he
v.'isheel was. that a draft of the Lord's \
Day  Acl   he drawn  up and  submitted j
| to the Supreme Court of British  Columbia for their opinion as to whether DRIIC    STORF
o:   not   the  Province  of   the Dominion
had   lhe'  righl   to  legislate on  its   pass-   Ellard Block, ��� New Westminster
ins:   and   he  hopoel   and   trusted   tha,	
every one would do iheir utmost t,, influence and further the desirable restrictions of unnecessary work on the
Sabbath Dav.
... IMPORTED...
DRESS GOODSl
Showing the Vogue in New
Spring Fabrics
There is an increasing demand for Stripes in oJ
Dress Goods Department.
The latest fashion journals account for part
this by pronouncing striped patterns as being m<.j|
correct.
Among our latest importation of Stripes at
 35c,   I,
.".���I inch t irey Striped Tv. e, ,i
���11 inch Grey Striped Tweed
per vat
per yard
Some Exclusive Dress Lengths
No two patterns alike.   Some  "e-l inch,-, others  11  inch.
Stripes   are   shown   in   these,   as  well as small cheeks and pi,: ���
Lengths for
$6. ,;.
u   Y
���
\ ANDERSON \
Und lusby I
��� ���
��� ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
Plain Cloths in great variety
SATIN" CLOTHS.   AMAZONS, VENETIANS,   BROADi
Royal Satin, Panamas, Henriettas in every popular shade; lire..:;
leading  in  all   plain   cloths,  with Navy and Cardinals in great
Per yard   65c, Tec  $1,        ���   ]
Checks are popular as ever
Black ane! While Checks
Hoc, >' ic t, -: m
W. S. COLLISTER & G
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
j    . j ir i '*'*'.'*'.*'.'.a-;*'.'.*'.'.*':.a>.'W
your doctor orders.    Every , ;���;
drop is measured and every I ;���;
grain is weighed  by scales ! ;���'
and measures   proved ac-   ;���'
curate by tests. ;���;
It is in your health's interest ft
to have your prescriptions ft
filled by us. ft
FURNITURE
T.A.Muir&Cos*
FOR SALE BY
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
New G. N. R. Officials.
Winnipeg, March 31.���A special despatch stale's that the ni w officers of
ihe Ureal Northern are' .1. .[. HH1,
chairman of the board of directors;
Louis \V. Hill, president, and F. II.
McGuigan, flrsl  vice' president.
��� ���
ASTER
CARDS..
The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture i: to be seen al FALES.
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go.
New goods arriving daily.   Latest Btyles and best finish   .
W. E. PALES,
J FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
y    715 and 718 Columbia  St.      Four   Floors.       Rear Extension.   Fronts:;
;���;
>>"0>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>"0>>>;:01>^
AIND
There' is going to be a scientific
characti r r, a lei al the Easter Bazaar.
��� ���<&*������ �����������->*���'>��������������������������������������� ��*��**6*4 ������������������������������������������������������
���
OF ���
NOVELTIES
ANOTHER    LOT
EATON HURLBUTS
Paper sd Envelopes
JUST   OPENED   AT
�����
$
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i' em-
Dates Ahead.
April 2-    ���'.���ii������ ���   inmeni   im   St
mil as.
'������    ll 2   Tn ercnle -:��� Bul  .'������,.
ml   ei    Meeting
V I*rll 2    Ro      i C I    Bazaar.
R ,m in Cath        Baz mr.
April  I- Sua- of Scot . m i Visit Vancouver,
April   I    Roman I latholic Bazaar
AT-
oreys
217-219 Columbia St.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
'f'a'.V.'K+'.'M'.a'.f.'A'MW
J. J. MACKAY & COS    |   n   ���    11   n    -J
11 ..Desirable Residences.,
:���:
��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
\ Electric Railway Service f
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Utationa will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:11,1 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Paris to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line- Service from
6 IT, a.m. to 11  p m.
?0 Minute Service���\n transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
30 Minuce Service during re- ��
malnder ui day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. J
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   ho J
tween S a.m, and  il p.m.        ���
Sapperton Line. X
15 Minute Service from 6.25 u. J
in to 11 p.m., except between ���
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during ���
which hours the service will he J
half-hourly. ���
Sunday Service half-Hourly iee- ���
tween 8,30 a.m. and 11 p.m,        j
*
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
���
Modern Cottage on 6th St. below 4th Ave., with
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;
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St. $2000 for
both.   Terms.
6-room Cottage in East p]nd; modern.
Terms. 	
F. J. HART & CO,,
Farms! Farms
LANGLEY, 312.    Eighty acres; 20 cleared and
ance light timber; small house and bail
fenced; 300 bearing fruit trees; good watJ
cows, hogs, machinery and implements. Tj
whole as a going concern.    $3100.   Tern
LANGLEY, 306.- 160 acres, partly cleared; 6-rot
house, small barn and outbuildings; orcha
��� in trees; on good road; convenient to ston
post office and school.   Price $2100. Tern]
SURREY, 224.-150 acres 1 1-2 miles from ClovJ
dale,  25 acres cleared, balance all botti
land, easily (leared; 6-room  lions'",   bail
etc.; 1-2 mile from school, church, post offi|
and  store.     Price $50 per acre.    Tei
Dominion Trust Conpij
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
v.
X
:���:
'��
9
fi
EASTER
With that, one thinks of claiil
Collars and Belts, Chic Blouses a|
Stylish Dress Skirts.
We have them at
TH��
WHITE HOU5
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A. J. BIRTCH
-275 Columbia St.

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