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 IW1E 2, N! MBE
M.W   WESTMINSTER, B. C,  ITESDAY MOKXlXd,   ..'
1907
10 CENTS TEH \\
yiLK FACTORY  WANTS
PROTECTION
PJ_-urin_r  on   Building Condensorv   in Westminster
Since  r��guru,s
" mpany Has Heard    lhat Another   firm May   Start
a   iness    Other Council Communication-;.
ANOTHER   NEW   FIRM.
MERRY   DEL   \ -\L   T<    RETIRE.
son   _.   Peel  ei   Hang    .ut  Shingle Pcpe't Secretar) Reported
9n   C< um_ a   Street. to \ acate   Imports   I
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HARTIN   CASE    CAUSES
MUCH TALK
Corner Pittendrigh Refers Applicant for Oitfai to Exume
Body to Higher Authority Father O'Boyle Gives Hit
Opinion in a Letter and Deplores Activity.
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G. N. R. OEEICIAIS      EIRF DESTROYS
ARRIVE HERE TODAY!      COOK'S RESIDENCE
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'nd all oth��r lay announced that the Roman Cathi that the youn "'.' '""*��� '' ''.,: '!   "',:     '���
entlemen                      ���                                                    cbftreh   i   i  purehawd a  possible of the feathered pel trong be    a, ,      ��> ''���''''''  '    "'*   '    "
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<���'��"" and Quebec street, ;��� ,v.,(���,.
Intention,  said   the bishop;  ; ��� ���         ige.   Tin jobbl.d
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called  his
move    'i        . "    thl the i     .���������.������
Lore'   Arthur H.leburton   Dead.
London,     V
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stables bein.   s< it  .       ��� _��,
Vernon Gets Holidays,
Vernon,  'll.   c.   April    L>l'     n ,,i-!y
every hiisinessmnn in town has signed
the agn-omenl to close up shop every
Weiln       . i      ,.|'t,., ;������,.,���    ,.,-���,     V. fcj
October, 'mth nionths inclusive The
firsl half holiday will l.e on the 1st.
||    Vluv which falls on a \T.'.Inesday.'' THE   DAILY   XEWS
TUESDAY,  APRl
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THE SACRED LOTUS,
The
Philos-
Sentiment   nf   the   Orlenl    Vemil   lh��
Fruit   ot  Destiny.
Concerning the rich fruit of the lotus,
which grew luxuriantly Iu tbe Nile.
many charming legends have beep told.
it wns believed that it was sn delightful that those who ate of it would never leave the spot where it grew, but
! for it would abandon home and friends
to spend their lives in a dream of se-
' rene delight.    Homer, in the Odyssey,
mentions the lotus eaters  who lived
ou  the  northern  coast of  Africa and
records   their  attempts   to   detain   the
|    j   j    J    f    J    followers of  Ulysses  by giving them
( the fruits of the lotus to eat, so that
they   should   never  wish   to  leave  the
I spot where it grew,
The same poetical idea is known to
Um Arabs, who call it the "fruit of
destiny," which is to be eateu in Para
i disc, and it is on this foundation that
1 Tennyson built his charming poem of i
I the  "Lotus  Knters."     This  mythical !
i lotus has been Identified by several
botanists with that indigenous to Tu
I ais, which is :i thorny shrub, with be_-
i ries the size- of nn olive.
Mungo Park found a species of lotus
iu Central Africa bearing berries of n
delicious taste, which on being dried
and pounded made wholesome and
pleasant bread.   The lotus fruit found
, In Tunis has ,-i stimulating, almost Intoxicating, effect, nnd it is therefore
probable thai ihis plant furnished tbe
foundation of the ancient legends.
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LIST   OP   BOOKS
WHEN  WAGES WERE  LOW.
O^T^A H^H ^fc W toil
__B__r ___��� J_L     W "Columbus,"   said aii!:i|iia.y   ef
St ~ ^t ��� Chicago, "got a salary of $320 a year -
aaaam ^ar |egg j),.,,, ., dolJur n day,   ITis captains
j djot $180 a year apiece.    His crew got
$2.25 a month,    'In equip tbe espedl- i
tlon that discovered America enst $2,-
S00.     The   teit.-il   enst   of   discovering
America was ..7.200.
"Lawyers  nowadays,   especially cor
poratlou   lawyers,   think   nothing   or
earning n million a year,   in the reign
of Edward IV. n baronet entered in his j
diurnal, or diary:
"'Paid to Roger Fylpott, learned In ,
the law, for his counsel, 3 shillings, I
with fourpence for liis dinner.'
"Ministers often make today $20,000
or $30,000 a year, yet John Knox only J
got $220 a year, en- ��4 a week, and that .
wns a dollar more a week than .Scottish
relations   between! ""smaifsaianes, those,- concluded the ;
antiquary,   "but   we   must   remember |
rusts
vent a
Abbe Cc.stantin -Halevy.
Adam   Sede    Ce irge   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alharnbra ��� I: ving.
Alice  in   Wonderland���Carroll
Ander.ec's Fairy Tales    An lerseu
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardat--���    erelll
Cast up by Tbe Sea���Baker
Children  of Abbey    Roche
Child's H story of England���Dick-
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
Da.id Copperfield���Dickens.
Deemster���Caine.
Deer-layer    I' toper
Descen: of Man���Darwin.
Dombey &. Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Woo I.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles  -Creasy
First Violin���Pother-gill.
Green Mountain Eoys���Thompson,
Grimm's   Fairy Tales-
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels    Swift.
Guy Mannering���Scott.
Handy Andy    Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���Yongo.
Henry  Esmond    Thackery.
Heroes   and   Hero   Worship    Car
I le,
Hiawatha   and   Evangeline    l.-iii-
fello w
House of the Seven Gables���Haw
thorne.
Hypatia ���Kingsley.
It's Never too    Late    to    Mend���
P.eade
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mulock
Kenilworth���Scott
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii     Lytton.
Last of the  eMohicans -Cooper
Lorna Doone���Blackmore.
Lucile- Meridith
Middlemarch - Eliot.
Mill  on the  Floss    Eliot.
Mosses    From    an    Old    Manse���
I [aw i borne.
Natural     Law     in     the     Spiritual
Wcrld   'Drumm in I.
Newcomes    Th u  .
Nicholas Nickelby ��� Dicke ns
Old Curiosity Shop���Dick
Oliver Twist���I Iii ken
Cn tiie Heights     '��� .   i    -
Origin of Species    i lai a In
Our Mutual  Friend���D c
Pathfinder���< looper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���ii in; an.
Prairie���Copper.
Pe-ince   of   the   House  cf  David ���
Ingraham. ,
Robinson   Crusoe -Defoe.
Rob  Roy  -Scott.
Romance of Two Worlds���Corelli,
Romola   -Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���Po ter
Sign of the Four���Doyle
Silas   Marner     Eliot.
Silence  of  Deane   Maitla
Sketch  Book ��� ;,'.
Story     of     an     Af.
Schrelner,
Study  in Scarlet    1
Swiss  Family  Robirj-'-i
Tale of Two Cities.
Talisman    Scot t.
Tangle./ood  Tales���II
Thadrieus  of Warsaw
Three   Men  in  a  Boat
Three   Musketeers���Ijun
Tom   Brown  at  Oxford
Tom      Brown's      School
Hughes
Treasure   Island    .
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Under Two  Flags- ' i
Vanity   Fair    Thai    ���
Vicar of  Wakefield������;
Westward Ho    Kin
White   Company     I I
Window in Thrums. A
Wcnder   Book.   A���il i ' ���
Da,i_
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Enclosed   please  find  Three   Dollars, amount for one year's subscription   ���
BUY-
John Knox's time: For the turkey, 10
cents; cranberry sauce, 2 cents; potatoes, 1 cent; turnips, ] cent; celery, 1
cent; plum pudding, _ cents; total, 17
cents, or less than Ij cents a head."
a domestic problem
practically solved
at
Friendship  Willi   Wild   I.if.-.
If a fairy had ever offered to grant
me three wishes, "tbe full confidence
of wild animals" would surely have
been one of them and probably the
first. If we seek opportunities In befriend wild creatures and take advantage of tbem, we shall often find, as I
have done, lhat there is no lack of response on tbe part of the animals, 1
once walked up to a pine siskin, as he
was feeding on the ground and picked
him up In my hand. He did not seem
a bit alarmed, and when a few miu-
utes later I set him down he continued
his search for fooil within a few inches
of my feet. On another occasion :i yel
low throated vireo allowed me to lift
her from her m-st when I wished to
count her eggs and nestled down com
forfably on her treasures the moment I
I put her back. With ;i forefinger I once
stroked the back of a red breasted nuthatch us be was busy feeding on a
tree. Ernest Harold Baynes In >vt.
Nicholas.
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Wholesale n:.'1 Retail Dealers
An \ns\i i-r.-il Prayer.
"I sent my little girl," writes a corre
spun.lent, "to the butcher's with oO
cents to buy some steals. She came
home 10 cents short in change and was
sent back for the missing coin, Pres
ently the butcher's boy called with tho
dime and explained thai bis i rnployer
bad found out his mistake, although
they inn! seem nothing of my little
daughter, The time wenl on, and I
felt anxious until I beard her singing
merrily In the garden. '1 lid you . i
hack to the butcher's?' I asked. 'No,
mother, it is such n long wny, bo I
ask" 1 God to Bend for tho dime. Has
it not come yet '���'"
Oper.  House  Bookings.
Maj   ,   .'-. . ���  .��� in Town.
May '���   -A Te xas  Ranger,
May 10���Old Ai kansas.
May LS���Peck's Bad  Boy.
���ADVERTISE   IN  THE DAILY   NEWS.
At the
Fraser River Tannery
,   Cont__iou_,
An Irish l.nl on the easl side was
obliged recently to seel; treatmenl at
a dispensary. <>n liis return homo from
Uie firsl treatment be wns met by this
Inquiry from his mother:
"An' what did the docthor man sny i
was II latter will your eye'.'"
"He said'there was some furrln sub- i
stance in It."
"Shure!" exclaimed the old womau,
with au I-lold-yoii-so air, "now, maybe,
ye'll kape away from tblm Eye.talian
hoys!"- Success Magazine.
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500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted Canadian Pacific Grand Trunk Ry.!
RAILWAY COMPANY
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,]
ontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,!
Highest Cash Price Paid
C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc. j
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
THK    POPULAR   TRAXSCON-
. TIXKXT.U,    line.
���      Running   Thi ough    I 'irst-i la      Pul
���t | man, Tourist and Dining Cars d
Atlantic expres s len ven al   I.".  I i.
Seattle and points booth, J.
For other particulai - appl
K, .1. COYLE. ED. GOULl_".
A. (i.  P, A '   enl  m p.';. I
Vaneomer.        Nc.-.   v.    -���:i. ., -,.-���
An<i all i mi- -it-.ii n'pal I u ini
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  I     ,"-
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS A, BZ_i���
OF THE CftflADIAN PACIFIC RY. Philadelphia, via '���- _
=FINE5T   ANO   FA SI EST!
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For T me Tables, etc.,
GEO.   W.   VA.X
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
TeiepVione 12.
New Westminster
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.i   iatant  Ccn'l  Pa   .-ml - i
\-,-i nt, 135  -d in i St., Chi
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lilin        ...      John, .M
-'.  -��� . .   re luc Ions on I     i      Iron
Did (' nml ry.   For oi   -     sail
.uel  pai' Ifulars  apiily  Lo
CD. GOUL ET.   . .
,c ent  i ��r .ei! Ati intlc S.S. i ompanli.-;
Spokane falls & Northern By Co.
, Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
M Mountain lly. Co.
WHES.  GOJNG EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGEN
T<) SEND Yi <'������      ���    I
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Natural  ISaongili.
"They say thai Brndley goes on Ilka
mad alnce be Inherited Ins vast
wealth."
"What does In' ilo'.-"
"Oli, he' acta like one possessed,"--
Llpplncott's.
'i'h-  only  all  rail   route   bel we en   ,
points east, we-st and south tei  Ro.<
-   land, Nelson and intermediate poin
.rht Trains Every I lay in 1   '��� ���
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Fan!
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  1 IF  1'A"
THE    NORTH WESTERN
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SOMETHING   GOOD
r?,,sr-��2_3_�� ��� a _flc _sb
50c  per  pound
ITA      1 6B. o . t
Coffee
connecting al Spokane with the Great   Embodic the newest   and b
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. for   COMFORT,   CONVI '��� '
"- N, Ce. I at|1|   LUXURY.     It   k   le,-.'    I
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Connects at Rossland with the Can-  both  electricity
adian   Pacific  Railway   \or  Boundary brilliantly   illuminated   train
world,
with   iiriviitc
The   equipment   com
ompartment   cars,
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Oeuerally tbe purchass of a boo_
cl-takeu Cor the acquisition ot' iis co'.v
tents.- Schopenhauer.
eM. ADAMS
THR   CITY
&
DEANS
GROCERY
Creek poini
Connects at    Meyers    l-al
i ige rSily for Republic. 16 section  sleepers, luxurious
Buffet   service   on   trains   between car. reclining chair cars (senl
���:   ': me   iinl  N ilson. modern  day  coaches   and  buffei
1 iViMuc   Sunday,    November    io, btarv and smoking cars.
1 '''"'��� ���      .,   . For Time Tables,   Fi Ide
Leave Day   1 rain
1   ..20 a.m  Spokane  7.15 p.m
I2.-5 p.m. ..   .Rossland  ,...4.10 p.m
Arrive  furtn^r information call on 0
<������. W. PARKER,
. .10 a.m.   ��� .\elson  6.45 p.m,
II. A, JACKSON,
GENERAL AGE
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���7.0 Second Avenue, Seattle, " ' 23,  1907.
THE   DAI LY   X EWS.
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IffBSMPy
MODERN HOUSES
Modern Conveniences
All on   Easy Terms
���Mi   UOU   ���      ..  :." ��� ���'.-..���:...���     ;.
ilu cottage ou   '. .;...-.
HI II.        i'i ice      	
ill ii       ���..-.. ij lots   ai       i
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75CQ
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3650
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'.  . ooni  dwelling, Queen ��� . ���
	
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ll room li |th Mi
Ik'W stahle ainl ca .  .    .  ,  :. .     Price
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''���'���'���'���'         ��� ' '       '  -                 I                 ' . 1650
housi                              j.      ...                   om car.   Price     2.CO
ood 1               .     ��� .   . 12.    Price    1500   !
la , ; ���'��� ���'���'' ���'���  1     ���       from car.   Price 2500
��� ui ������'           11 Huh S           tie                 en fi uit.    Price   2000
'��� rooi    -       e, on loth S      1             ���        12, all in  fruit  trees.    Prii ��� . . 1675
I     0111 house, hot and co : ..    1   ....,-. light, lot 50x15..   Price  800
T room i...                    si       ���          ,.. tion, stom    ���  .  -                         . 2650
00111 ho    ��� ���   ���                     .,            .   an I gai n - .     ������ '                           . 27C0
'��� ���' "              _e, on Sth Ave.,   ...,,--������  2   1     nd   view.    P     e...... 1600
m ���   on Carnarvon St., nea   ;>l' :  :-; ' ���    Prici     1500
mi ho ise, on ord    _vi           ���    ..:.:-'   :  ni   In ri          P    .     2750
oi       itagi   on Coin     .    .-��� .. ,.... 'ol   6Gxl 12,   fin    .... ���
!'::'           5250
St., J_i  :.''���������'���   -   fine     -  .  . |    -   -..,    I- |ei rtco
ho    ���       1 Ci           a St��� lot C6xl:i-i finc     ��� ������ ���       '     hi     ri Ige.
'     '  315C
"ii house Secoi     Sm. lot  U0x: ' I      ���      3550
'��� ���"��� ���   on 1st St., 5 eli ared lol       Price    1950
��� ���" ��� ���       ta��e   neai  tin   Cresi ent, lo    10x120.    i'i-.     1503
rth St       ���  ��� : \: ��� -.    Pr ��� ���      2000
0111 hous   , 10 clean        ts, 2 in fr '   ���   "    ��� ]   35CC
T   ooin house, 5(h Ave., eor. lot 66x132,        in garden     Pri -     2000
1 mm ho . .-. on Pirn  St., goo I outbu ��� ��� ���' si we .      -. nni    i ���
>'   ce    550 1
���   room house, 2 lots all in lawn u-o      r), cement v ,
tnd    bi lbs, stables and carr ���       house,     ..     .-     -..    . : .
the fii itlons  In the   cit.\   i''i',<'       _0C0
- ���    ���   on Oth St., 2 1   r. iol    ,. ���  '"    law 11.    11 ...���:. fie ��� nl
Hon,    Price 12500
��� m   dwe Mings In  1 entra Hocati  ".        rmis  ��� acl . In  I90G,
Price   8000
m.i house, ,   ntral  location, sewi    '' nm    Ions     P    .coo
������'in house,   \-jii<. - St., e   ve    conn' ' '" '���   P' lei       I -
isi    centi tioi        . Price     30CC
lion 6th St.. grand vi   _3.o
un 1  'ttage, on  Milton St., in j      ' :'   ; ���      Prici      15.0
Iii n Carnarvon S     6 re oni    '-': ' ���   �� ��� 1     I well,
: ! !xl  - ,1  rear.    pi'ioe      ._C3
- ��� ��� ition, 1 Iwaj s "'ell I, ��� .    inient,
��� ��� : Inten s   on your m ne)     In 1 ���   '  ���
'��� d wel 1 ��� ��� house .        _
. ivi -��� ment; large renl ���'   I ���      cent, on ���    ���
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��� !,: ���     in      Qui ��� n's   _ve.. and .th   St.,   G   rooms    n   eacl        11
m pi Price  2350
mii      ;       ���    :i' iffii c,  _"  roms,    all     1   ��� ��� ri     ���   ��� .���
;- ���      ��� ... ��� ���   ��� onnect ion.   Price  5250
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White, Shile
Phone S3.
AND   COMPANY.
260 Columbia St., New Wesiminster. B.C.
1
FATAL BOUT STARTS
IN LOCAL OPTION TOWN
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LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
PRICES:  10c   tc. $1.25   a box.
���' . ,   ... . a, ..: ..     \    ���   ng  man,
....-'���   ��� .1 i. ��� ��� .   -    : . ge, stfoi i
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resent in i
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: ���'.-   ,.���!���. 1   hel I :m 7  |.
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m"m-   if holding ������   '   : :���  ���
the White House
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OV
Misses  and
Children's Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Shambrays,
Muslin,'Lawn ; in all sizes from 1-2 year
to 17 years,   Jack Tar Blouses in sizes up
- , i
to I! years.
Hilarious Fare..
i     .11   tiie   Porl   -  i     ���    .        n   th
iwing notii i    . ill," which
een i    I: ��� ise here
in  Wednesday   nighl   .- ...      ted:
Ii .   mighty si Idi ni I ...    ' e   Empire  .
pal i ui.'-  - h thi
an.l cred attraction as
Dill"      oves
iou.-     ... i-mllit; ; .   ��� .   -       ened    an
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��� ver; ��������� l.v . he   ���       it a ivaj feel
ing 1   ppy.    It waf .    or six
: ago b;   Wil       M     :     .      an I
originally presented ,- Corson
His    ucci sso    in th<    ��� ill   of
i li mu  Fuller is Fei    i   -. !   13    .sh-
a c-e mi llai  of a -   '���   i order
I han    ne     s fin Is   In '
: rice  ci  .     -. ��� makes
the s    riou | isi  u
in   i iv,    he
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1 as, who pla ide, pher
friend to the
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On em ilie James  i ... -
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company,    Elizabetl     :; -. ���.���.��� -
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COLUMBIA STREET
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Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily NEW    V,'i:si'Ml\S','l-;i;             Arrives Dajb
9:20   a ne Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt. 3:00 p m
4:35   nni Vernon,   Everett, Seattle, Porthind 9:53 p m
4 m:.".    i> in Spokane,St.Paui,ami all points Easi 3:00 p m
9:20   .- in Anacortes, Wooiley, Rockport. 3:00 p m
3.00   p m Vancouver I':-11 n m
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1_  io .   ..; "The Owl,"  between  Seattle,  New 6:20 a m
Westminster ,^- Inti < nn Mate points
Leave   N'ew  Westminster  for Guichon    3:50  p. m.      Arrive
Guichon 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday,  Friday.
j,   !.-, a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:10 a.m. l.v. for Vancouver.
ROUTE OP THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland  Tr_i ns 2
Spoi me, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
I..  :;     and    .-ill   points   East.
K mi] lete infoi m iti m,  rati   ,   ��� rth  res - rvation, etc., call
on    i  p ' ��� ���   -.
-    MEYERS,   ^gent,
]������:.]. of   ' ���!    erce Building, New Westminster, H   C.
I!. M. ADAMS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Sl eet, ".eiiei  Si ition,  Seal'   . Wash.     5
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iiOTEL GJESTS.
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m. ���        :, .. A. (.'. l-'i'. , . Vict iria;
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Seattle;  P.   \l.  \l .' \   ���
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER
PROOF  LOGGER   BOOTS
Bank of Montreal
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I . Savage, \1 mtreal;  R afl, T*.
-   m Perndali    .. WATERPROOF. ,     VI,
English Watchmaker , vancou       i ���
rito  doora  from   Geo   Adams,  Grocer '���     ���'       :     '    ; :'��� ��� , -i ��� _ n   i        /��� ,���-, i  i   i  ���
V, ��� ouver. ( learmg-oul Sale ������: I  Id ;.
*12.7 - Sec our Window and D lor.
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. $6.00,
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POOKS   ARE   GOING   FAST.   G_E
���AGE TWO.
-���    OLD COUNTRY SHOE ..^TORE
;   Department.     I'
,ved a I    I pe
3 ,i year.
cl  ;ie 6um
1 celebrated South Uw: :   JU��    TiTPT    _   4*1/110
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Watch   n      rim?;      I rea ion
able.
J. STEWART
Art' .Made by Using
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! .ER  UR.A     'II
G. D.  BRYMNEU, Manager
Tl
lfief tnadian Bank of Commerce
K.ACKSIV.ITHI..C.
Rid.i
UP Capital, $ 10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 b^j-jjju, see^a
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
ALEK.   LAIRD, (loner..!  Manager,
WALK
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BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AMD IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
.. _>. ,,  ������     - ' ���
BANKING  BY   MAIL
he transacted hy mall   with   am'   branch   of  the   Bank.
��� opem I, and le   i l't_  made or ivithdrnwn by mail,    Everj
of-town n     mm is.
I MN8T_3R BRANOH-H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
������':.:.
0P1 N   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO i) O'CLOCK.
Having bought out the Blacksmith
ng business of It. II. Bi nson, I will
all liis old custom-
ones.    Horseshoe
��� nej a specialty.
H. M. KNUT80N,
Eighth   Street.
WHERE TO DINE
in thc
ROYAL OTY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Niit'if
* r '. ���> . ft ���   i
13 9  Mi u 4 V i ��* |
Toronto  Parks
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Por Fai. Only at
CURTIS9
DRUG STORE
IFsoV-'SIjIIl'j ��� J" I   WILL
1
e Schaake Mecliine Works,ud.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
z9ty4Wk\swmMsv,mi.x9!t -ai'iB-UWiiwiiii na _i iivwmm
"25 cents pcr pountL
ADVERTISE  IN  THE NEWS
V1 THE   DAILY   XEWS.
TUESDAY,   APP!
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offii ' s, corner of S:\ta an i t'roat
Btreets, New Westminster, B, C.
E.   A.   Paige Manager
the   mysterious   objects   were   ejected CLASSIfIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
p���_ Jn rli-in ��� fine and        aCPS   '''K'1   from   the  volcanoes   of   thei '           ~~
Pare     dry     clean     hnc              -.^  s^  afterward  (en   upon   ^ W anted-Smart office boy.   Must have
full-savoured.       lt never cakes           earth. Sooii   penmanship.      ....    a    week,
never gets bitter. That's why every- Apply    hy   letter    only.     Province
body uses WINDSOR SALT.              r,   MC_._��*_l��u_._ Etymology, office, City.
'                                             l61          I have often heen asked tor the ety-
    mology of "caracul," which Is a term Wanted    In a law office, a competent
now largely used by furriers to denote stenographer   nnd   typewriter.   Ad-
makes great fun of the dispatch, say-   1 variety of the fur called astrakhan.
tlol
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A
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,    :u   |ng  h   [g  also  M.m,  lhu|   h(, doeg  nol Thp ne%v  Knsll8h (nct!onniT does not I
aTl&^T^^llTtZl*"** ��   the said claims "before contain   ,,,,,���.   but   it   has  caracal.
subsequent insertions. the College of Cardinals or the   Rus- which Is liable to be eo:--fused with it,	
Reading notice.-, bold face' type, J"   eiau   Duoma."    Now thai   is all   very ~fug' y l]U      .;i ,llll,'""!lt "'"'���"'-   TIMBER LANDS���Wm deal exclusive
20 acres close to sell iol, sl Minn. P.  O.  an I boat  lai
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, losr
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than -."e cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B..2
.. voXIjjMabL.
well;   lini the Colonist  seems  to for
get���or wishes iis readers in forget-
Iress, stating  experience an.l sal
e\|ii-cli'(l.     Wayne.   I ii'ix ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
541, New Westminster, B.'C.        tf |        l0 acl'es "" Eburne Car line, with   S-room   house,   ill   ,:,
large barn: only 2 miles from city.      Price $4,500,  with   te
50 acres, eleven miles from City al Slut inn and Posl (ill;
like the nearly synonymous term, as
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ traklian, I the iii'.ene of :i pi ire l_.-:r.i
two   things.     First,  that   one   of   the   Kol���I, e��� the Black  lake,  uenr  Bok-
Iy in timber,   Have large and small ^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^_   ^^^_
,      , , ... : .i    , barn, chicken house ami orchard; itait!���. cleared, onlv $2,000
tracts on   water.    It   you   wish   to
buy or sell, see me.   E. It. Chandler, 77  acres  close to  Westminster Junction, fronting on Rive
leading  governmenl   organs   (we    do hara, which bus long been celebrated '""  Hastings Si.,  Vancouver,  B.C    j Price $55 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance easy terms. B
"",   s'��  "   was    ""'    C��l��^st)    an- for  Its output of  furs.   The earliest .        SALE.  ,,,���..<,....,.. r,.,,mm ,11(1,.         60 acres at Cloverdale.  Price $21 per acre, with terms
nounced that   Mr.  McBride was going referene-o I can find to it In English is hor  bALE    Convenient Broom mon
W London to attend the Colonial con- iu   Matthew   Arnold's   "Sohrab   and era residence with    large    garden, j        50 acres near   Westminster Junction, on    good roa!
ference; second, thai after the Ottawa
fiase ii.   men  may   well     believe
the
Rustum:"
An<1 on tils head ho sr-t Ills sheepskin crip,
^^^^^^^^^ Black, glossy, curled, the fleece of Kara
premier capable of any absurdity of a Kui.
"grand stand" di scription.
stable   for   two   horses,   etc.    Price |.price $20 per acre.
$3,400   (half   cash).   Apply   box   5_l,
N'ew   Westminster. See our list of City Prooerty in the "Columbian."
I
Making   note  the other day  of  th
big   business  John   Hull    was    doini
London Notes and Queries. job PRINTING���Saw Mill and Factory Stationery a specialty. We do
;ill other kinds of printing, and Insure  ii   good  job   al    right    prices.
TUESDAY.   APRIL   16.   1907.
Living  7n  the  Electric  l.is.lit.
Writing to a friend In the country, a
______  ______ New- York merchant says: "1  live In       A_._..Mi/ nr.irc.t-   r,   ,    k,        =.,    ,
we overlooked  ..   poinl  of  importance.   the ���,,���.���.;,. ,,.���,     , ,,,���.��� my homi> ftt       ARROW  PRESS. Daily News Block
OLIVER,   BAECCCK   AND   GIFFORD
\\.   made some comment lasl  week
...  ihe
The mere statemenl  of the fact   that   7 o'clock, after dressing and taking mj
the foreign trade of the United King-   breakfast by electric light,   Then I go
Mrs. Dominy, proprietor.
HALE  & LANE, Real Estate A
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, E. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
genis
el.mi is greater than thai of anv other to tho subway, one block distant, and F0R   SALE    : mom   house-   *v"":   7'
""���;    ' ""'   "ccn|natlon does   nol   [iresem     the    whole ride  to  within  a  block of  my  office. room house, close in, $1,100; --room
uctiou ol Mr. Oliver, M, 1*. P., I      g   tQ  )h|i   minf)    q{   |hg    .)ve) There I work all day by electric light house, close to Bridge, .!.:���" White
"'��� moved to strike oui of the egti-1��� ,,��� ,.��� ..  ,      ,   ,     ,,.'. ,._,__. and  go  homo  agnlu   by   the  subway & Shiles, Columbia street.
the sum of $3,000 sei dow n for
siilarj   of   Mr.   Babcock,   fishery
readi r who Is too liusj   to   lig be'.ovi
j Ihe surface.    < Ine gets a much better
and spend tho evening in the glare of
t:asp  of  ihe   matter when   one
tho incandescent lamp.    The weather FOR SALE���A small Island containing
m��,i.,i����i���i,   .,,,ii������ ni-K    i      ���   ee   m- "��� '    ��� '   -'m-   conditions make uo difference, because aboul   I_ acres, close to New Wesl
-   . .   -sioner,   noiiiig  the    laii_nuiilc ,,        , ,    . , , .,.      ,   ,
siders the volume ol trade in propor-   my  il.it aud  my oiln-e belong to the      niinster elti   Can ' -"I for  i 'ui'l
'     ^ ��f theuCoU,mbiaU t0 Stund on  tion to the population-the per fcapita   semidark kind.    Sometimes I wonder all(        p0."' ��artlculara    ami      to
1  ''���' -"���  "; '"" '""l" al once'             amount,     This   is.  for     Ihe     [Tnlted , what I would do without electric light, Gunderson & Anne's groce
in its article on the subject, the Col-1 KJdom.    $mij.     compared    with   and sometimes I ask myself when 1 ��        "'            /
iiinhiun said:                                                                                                                            ^^^ ^^^^
The member for New Westminster, | ���,
.11 for Germany, $50.76 for France
yearn for a little sunlight, Is the new
although   a  staunch   supporter of the
il .. ei mm ni, felt   constrained  to   vole
fcr Mr. Oliver's amendment."
This statemenl   was  mixed  in with !
and  $36.96 for the  United  States.   \11
excepi  the  United Kingdom are pro-
llsthl   really   a   blosslns?"���New   York
Tribune.
We would like, If possible, to make
m  angi ments wil h s ime iiarty owning
.  a   team  to   take   the   leliverj   of  ice
tective tariff nations, and  no one of '   Mc*������" Mu_lciaii_. | ror us this summer, eith        j   hire of
.,          ,                                    ,.     .         "\\�� were listening to tue playing of a .,,.. ,, .... sn ,.,.,r.), ,,,.,. ,,,., ���-.,.. _Piiv. .v
Ihem   shows   u   per    capita     foreign   ._.,.. , _, ���..   .,        ..:.    .
military baud the other night when my
; ll, 1    I.M-   .��I. I'I ueuui u .ee-ii   111 \    I  I ,     I.,.,, i   ;  ,      I ',,1   I     u	
           .....*.. ,i   ,.i    ev.ui I i,��� j        ...ii-h   iii   ovmxss   of   one-liiir   nf     . . , , ,, i ( ollUlllilil   (.old   btOl tgl
tiniie  ni.ifh  in  excess oi   ont  nan  oi   f    ,,        j   .. , know tl]at   al.	
some   oi   the  nonsensical   talk   which |��������4   _��  ,    ,->..:...���..     -,-i.      ......... ________
mi:
lhat   of  Greal   Britain.    The    United   .>
I """   "���   ".'���"   ..'linn.     .!"���    ' iio-'i though I have heard just about all c.
'""   ' .���'" '"'"l:   iy ,)!  lhe article:! States   has   the highesl   tariff  of all, the best orchestras und bunds i��� this
but   as it  concerned  a  m.-iiii.i- nf r....e i      ,
und   the   sninlli'si   per   cupitu   I 	
trade discovered a single one that can hold
as ii concerned a matter of fact
ami n ien I. we naturally accepted it
... correct. It had been errone aisly
n porte l i hat Mr. i Hfford had pie.I.e.I
himsell to deman i t he head of John
P. Babi ned. on a charger, or In some
equally final and conclusive way. and !
ii was therefore to be expected thai
Mr. Gifford (especially as the Premier
was nol ihere to watch him) would
seize the opportunity afforded by Mr.
Oliver's motion. Therefore, as <ve
have said, we ai cepted as correct ��� lie
Columbian's statement   that   Mr,  i;'.'-
of all,   the best orchestras and bauds"ln "this   WCftM ��� HAMl     IIIMK    STflRF
areign : country at different times, I have not   ^^^    ��^li   Jll>-1    OUT
NOW is the time to begin to use a Lawn Mi \.< _.   We
have mowers adapted to all kinds of cutt
Bird*   and   lilte*.
mowers will cut higher grass than anyotl    ..   ���;���
^___^^^^^^ highest    cash    price on the market. They have an adjustable roller, adjustable
a ea mile tei Mexican musicians?   Those , , ���          i '���    i                   i ���          i i    i    ���   ��� .                ,-���
feiiows are something wonderful, aii PAID F0R ALL KINDS 0F cutter bar, adjustable boxes, adjustable heighti fcul  1.1
fun of musi*, and, although halt of second-hand   articles. have high wheels and low wheels' 2 3 -1 knive.,
No  bird,   so  far as  known  rncords   iiieni cannot read the- language of their
show, has ever alighted on a kite or   country, they read the' music und get IBEGBIE  STRtl'T                    PtlDIll! 214 s E c      O IJ f.       S TOCK
attacked one.    While a scientist was   note's   from    their   Instruments    that ���                  ,                                                           ������
flying a train of five kites some year,   would really astonish you."   Columbus in��i_._%n___-i ���               ���           -������_r-__   __t   �����__ __-'*_        _r>         *r-* _r���_
ago a  larjje silver  tipped eagle  came   Dispatch. TENDERS 1    _.           I.            I    W A _H^ I" *         d^'        I      fl
suddenly  out  of   the  higher  air  and   _. , ,   ,           . IkUHULilXiJ. �����._�����           I    ���%/fc"%i       B             ^^fe>       V_-VJ.
swooped round aud round the first kite, Limited
looking against the sunset sky like a   **'      ���^ '      ���^ ' ��� m���>--- --.... .u.
. IN. Draper
h.uge silver ball.   As the train of kite*
waa pulled in the eagle followed, visit-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���, ing one kite und  then another,
i,!'"1 liad v��ted for the motion.   Since   ing uncertain just what to do.    In a
'ha   time, we. have the official re ord I few minutes, when be seemed to have StirVCVOI"
"' 'he  vole.    Here it  is: I decided   that  they   were  not  good  to
eat and he knew nothing about them.    E^d Block.   New Wettmlnater, B.C.
anyway,  he  Indignantly  flew  off and
was lost to view.   While the scientist's
kites were high in the air uin- March
docks of geese flying In the wedge flew
Mr. Oliver moved  ,se< onderl  hy Mr.
!-.':l. Ii-.-e iv
That voir :,s e re luce I by ...;. K) i.
and thai lie- item deputy commissioner of fisheries, i:' nionths to .lime
l!0th,   l.US, ui  $25U,   be strui k out.
N'egatlved on the following :li\is-
ion:
Yeas: Messieurs \aden, l_agleson,
Mac louald, M mr��, I [all, Oliver, Henderson,  7.
Xays: Brewster, Williams, Haw-
Lhoriithw aite,   Mclnnis,   T^.t'ow,   Fill-
Tenders for the privilege eef running
:i   refreshment   booth,   afternoon   ami
evening,  al   Queen's   Park,   May   Day,
B. C. Land j Friday, May 10, 1907, will be received
��� he   in h r.signe i  up lo    ... o'clo ik,
\\ ednes lay, April 2 I,  1907.
W. S. CARTY.
Secretary.
lon,   l-llison,   B iu.- ���������
Hunter,    < 'ol ion   "
.ios-.   T!i,uns,ue.
ng,     Macgowan,
Mi .    ire,  Beh>" ������..      \ianson    (iarden
��� ' "���    -uani '"'   '"'"""'i turea of tbe small
���'.    Mackay,    P ra.m.    Davey, | between Sumatra i
���' eld, .::.
'   Paii   :   Messieurs   McBrid ���.     Kingl
McPhillips   .1 ������ i'--:  Shatfe r I,  Yorsl in :
T i; lor, Kergin.
S <  i:   appears  thai   Mr.  i (ifford  did
nol    ,'0tl     el   iiii      Vi I1S   11 el   in   the   House.
M  . Olii er : ive iii:..   i i han ���       m ike
ii       "otest.;    Iinl     -In-   neglected     Jt;
lie t onsldere I it a  mutter of
over. They invariably stopped, broke
up, hovered above the queer object
and iit lust slowly reformed and flew
away. While the larger birds all come
from heights above the kite, the small
birds of the air will alight on the
string holding the kite and sway to
and fro.
Myaterlonn i^Iiinm Bull*.
According to a foreign correspoiii>e:it
of the geological survey at Washington, among the most interesting fea
tures of the small Island of I'.iilitou.
 lud Ilornc-o. au Island long famous for Hs rich tin mini i,
controlled by the Dutch government,
are the "glass bulls of Billitou," found
among tho tin ore deposits. These natural glass bulls are round, with grooved
surfaces. Similar phenomena are occasionally found in Borneo und Java
as well ns In Australia. The corre-
jpoudenl >|Uo ed thinks they cunii il be
artificial, and  there are no  volcanoes
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
&
(Maple 1,t��i
Label',
:; in favor every day.    Our output last year waa double tl
ling one.    Tl-.-.'  most healthful  and nutritious of  bevei igi -
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
'"   i     iii  i        i  mni   ni      nni i   i hi iiiii iiiiiiiiii iiiihii
n     Importance     ���  wheth       he    was I near enough to support the theory that
afraid io vote agali   I  llu   governmenl   iIj('^' ���"''' volcanic bombs.    Besides,  it
and   equally afraid   I ,  openh   support ' is claimed, the glassy rocks produced
;.,,.     .... ',,,, by the nearest volcanoes are ijulto Uif-
I       . ikes  little diffen nee,    The  facl
.77
ii lins that  he had  a  chance to do
somethin.    for   hi _   consi ll iicnts,   an 1
did mu  take the chance.    Had  lie
\ for   Mr. Oliver's     moi lon,    ex-
philning in   i fe.-,   vigorous   vords wh>
h"  fell   com   'Hi ;   to  do    ...  he  wotfl I
r-ndi   ed a  real   service lo  N'ew
ister,  lun   he    aji]   rentl;    pre
ed to -I'i: i,  ' he  vote an i     > ki ep
iliei"  witl    Ihe     . >  Ilspen-
ferent  In their nature from the mati
rial of t'i" balls     Ii  Is . usiuvtc i  11  i
I. 0. 0. F.
f "j��-...
*���?���'
INVITATION   TO   BANQUET.
,   n        '.���    i.
No.   _,   I.   O.   O.   F.  anil    ill
- :   : Idll     Ho    .      hi I    1*1
���: |vei  and all Hehekuh Sisti      an
   tiled  lis   lln-  li - .ii \:n
1      '" "     '  :   carl-v     ln   X... 27 I. O. O. K, ui    Lomi  nn 	
moi mm' . .,,   by     well   ,���i    ,	
I   wiiho ii   ,ii,:,.i.'.ance    to    anv-
tiilnmenl   and   baii'iiiel   to  be  hel ]
the Odd Fellow     Hall on M in laj e;
The I ,���1���   ���   :    M      ::''    '   A>,ril   2,lh   1:'"7   ;"    ':;"      '    "
,.,,,���_���_______________���____!   | celebrating   the
>' Utile ii, ittor of red lape
routine to stand in the waj of the
|iul lie convenh ni e,
lie Insliitition ol Amitj Lini-:.   No  27
By  order of  Amity   Lodge.
 I W .('. COATHAM,
^i^i^H ^H
After all  the  bombardii  .  lo which   ,.,,,, t    "\    ^    4r> tnnn
Sh   .  IIM I Laurier bus been subjected | lOly,       i. (J. (j. T.        110 /,
b; tin "| in I'iotlc" Conserval Ive press,
because lie declared himself opposed
lo the formation of an Imperial Council, II I u 'lis oul thai all ' he premiers
nn substant lallj in agn emenl with
him, an i al om e ncce))ted his sug-
������ tion lo adopl the title "Imperial
Coiiiference;" further, Lord Elgin declared 'i'i1 Hi >l ..i.mi;. 's government
no! favor the establishment of
any organization havirig anything like
li ��������� slat Ive power.
___ ��0
OXFORDS are making their appearance
everywhere. The man who enjoys foot comfort
will get his feel inside of a pair as .oon as he
possibly can.
The styles are very handsome this year. We
have them in all the leading makes, viz:
The "Walkover"
The "Invictus"
The "Warwick"
The "Packard"
Etc., Etc.
] hey are made of PATENT COLT, VICI KID,
GUN METAL, RUSSIA TAN, CALF, CHOCOLATE
COLOR KID, and other choice leathers.
Prsces from $2.50 to $5 pair
The =���
ROYAL BANK of CAN AR
'   ','   TAL   AND   RESERVE
TOTAL ass1::
y .. 90,000
tS,    '   .    '.I'M
Eight; -five     ���   iches, with I 'orre pondei       I
I     ",	
SAVINGS    BANK
ONE D    .LAR o een   an   ic< o int.   |n| led 1
������   ear,    . Larl  I   .:.. .
._.'.   WESTMINSTER   B75ANC!-
F. S. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  RATU'-i-'Mi   EVEN  N    S   'i TO
;��� ��� ..,'��� | ,.' i,-7
r
88th   ANNIVERSARY    OF    ODDFEL-
LOWSHIP.
The   nun:   ei ;  of   Alllil      IjO I Re   N i.
::'.'   lioynl Cltj   Lod. e .N'o. '.), Ilari    n;
I Ini imipiiienl   Xo.   .. i'ii I   all   vl Ui;i_
I'i Hows   an    i' ntie iterl     i  :m ������   in
the   Odd fei lows'   Hall  al  Ci.'lO    [i.   in.
ihiirp,   Sunday   evi nine;,   . pi il    _xi h,
preparatory   to  attending  divine  ki
vice in St.  Paul's church.    The nieiii-
��� hers  of   Beualh   Rehekah   Lod(.e   an I
,,. that Mr. McBrlde does nol   \isiiiiii.r sisters  are asked to meel  al
Intend   to  pul    iBrltlsh     Columbia'*. I the church.
clal .--��� before the Colonial conference,      By order of  Amity Lodge,
has   heen   telegraphed   to   the    press VS'. C,  COATHAM,
from   Montreal,   and     the    Oolonlst Hoc.  Secy,
Big Shoe Store
New Westminstei'
i.
* Vyi_'_LiNGTO^     	
J    WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
* AND PEA COAL.
* COMOX COAL AND COKE.
* CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
1    VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
Tl i    celebrated   Cement   in
ari'-e- I.r.t i ...-��� -
���   in the Province
I  .      oral
IL? r^A ,<~-\ o   i
WhotesaJe nnc] Rctaal
DEALERS  m
LUeMP     COAL
* ^^^^^^^
* u ed by nearly all
3
___
I
*    ROSEBANK   LIME.
J Telephones: Office 16,
MANITOBA   WOOD   F
new - ���'. ���. -..-���:.   r   '    -;"
I ' - - ���" ���'.    ll   SALT,
'./OMMON   BRICK.
I ."ir.  . :::. FACE c^y. '������
FIRE  BRICK.
Fl^    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Cla  burn I   ���   '
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    Ti-��-
E ���'. ND, CRUSHED V
��������� .
tanager s Residence -*
������������������������������������^���������������^���������������^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^ j, f-9 .��**i A^r.
IG.  1907.
^^gyijEy.^
THE
STOREi
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��*����������������*���.    ��� -.   . . ',**.�� ._�����<.�������������������� 2>��� ��� ������������������ ���������<> ��������������������� ������������.������
CITY NEWS
i
Just a Few Specials
Cut   flowers an I Pot   Plants
,. Tidy, the florist.   'Phone Al 34.
Itiii.
A   an I   y,   i o.iipanies  of  the   Six' h
regiment, will .    annual meel -
ing in the arm >ries on Thurs lay evening.
.  ' *
Tod i.i    li'ein -     St,     i,- oi gi '.-     day, |
n  me I in    onoi   if the pal i on saint of
Rgland.il i -     all     io_ English
men to weai  ��� hei ��� r ise, either i -1 or
white.
j
���
t
J
t
t
J   remaining from our Great Sale of last   week;   Japanese Mattings, all
linen   .  irps, al   15 and 20 per cent reductions.
Dei  L'XEEDA Go-Cart or Baby Carriage?   SVe have them with all th
(   latesl   Improvements,   rubber  tires,   ball   bearings,   mum.:,,   automatic
i       ..'.,.'..'. '.  , . ... have decided I !   brakes. chlI1ed  'teel frames, automatic  drop-heads,  for  $4.95.    And
I to form, a social clu    to be    n   - n as
the Chiiliwack club.
��-v-t*t>��-*-.*v ���**.���*���*�����������������������. ��.>��������������������������������*���������������������-���.
!
George Billy. one ol I he Indl ins
brouglil down from Harrison on suspicion nt' being implicated in doing
away with Alec. Murphy on March i'i
will,  in connection   with   another  Si-1 j    dup^-it  block
wash,  have  to answer  to the charge   |
ot murder.    The two men were com-    i~~~
mitted    for    trial    before    Magistrate   	
Pittendrigh,  and  the  case  will  come
whal aboul a Sideboard, with bevelled English plate mirror back and
J beautifully carved doors and pinasters, a magnificent piece of furni-
I    tm*-. for $19.50? Worth double the money.
| John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
Phone  7 3
SV. C. Ch .... lerlln,   iie. jew eler, ie is
jusi  rei   ive,] a magnificent  collectionI "I- ;"  ,h" nex< sitting  ol  the assizes.  ���
M    unset       u . ... __.      ,r    these
oni -   can  he   mounted   to  suit    the
lurchaser, I he n lalitj  an ! color being
i ��� feet.
���     ���     0
New   is   the   time   to    spray    Rose
Bushe:    Conl   i t:    -n     for    tree
.     hlng   mildings. '
e ii ��� charges of   li unkenness    were
heard  before the police court  yester-   \
day n , Mn; ii r, one  againsi   a  Jap and   :
the other againsi an Indian.   The Jap,   +
v. ho was oul  nn  : ive   lollai - bail, dl i
ipear, conseq  enti      irfeil ng his   ���
.!��� icsit, while thi    insop ted red
man,  who  was  I hei e  In   iers in   v, as
HATS!
McC    Haul      ,v   (' e .    Co ',:.'.,.
.      al owe I ' i go aftei   ���      ring tare
erms
95-6
I".
.-. ���
What  "BEST"   Means in
Women s Clothing
EPWORTH   LEAGUE   BANQUET.        +
Splendid Program  Rendered at Queens   ���
Avenue   Cluirch   Last   Evenino.
i e   i   model  hiisha ud,  my dear,"   i   hi Ide  w ���
I ling.    She had hei   ' doubl s" and  h i nl    I raighi   lo     hi
This i    ���   e.i    she rend       "Model, in     nf
i  ....:.. . .    I    i       He    ...
1 ti vi       unull num-
u? far none of them have
I   n .-     ���   .     ��� ea .    The ���-        '   " E lV ' '''   ���
A .���;,....     . n      uti    a   ��� ���    Che   league  of   Queen's i  n    Mi tl  - lisl
''���'. he close *
Til      : .
ol  their year's labors,        ��� :,-    if the
tli    M-.   cenl  club   mosl   successful   entertainments   that
i   not   sell   nii)ile-l   clol hlng 1 en lo  .��� e   sell    .   - ���
��� .    h imen   N'eii her do   we  claim   to  sell 'j.erfi       clol
��� a Ini to give   n return fo    whatever a ino ml  ol mom y
���..   choose   to   pay  Is i Ills:    'I est clothii
....-,���   .  indl    ui     ������    !..    ..... eh
m ii  man ifai lun . n i    thini it oi .
.    hcttei   e im hing i       '   ��� et,        til -        von't
-4
That Word "BEST"
thai   Is ciiiitrolled  by  one inanufacl .     maini-
���   I only,
...   -ii  ���        ��� ���        .           .    fro       il ninnufuctu
. ���  ..- ��� i  .   to choose   wise nnl   th     con      i      i
��� ���'. i.  ! 11 ���'. 11 ��� ���       ���             ...       that ���        ...     seen        lhe
". .    ��� .  ; .   had.
That Store Is Smith's Cad. Store
est of :     cl    li vi hei    u      ice than
ice  there   would iod  re I -    l        ���       uji iver,
.   offi   ��� ���   $16.50.  $18.50. $21.00,   $24.50 a
;;��� :o.  ��� -   il  $6.5)    e $12. i0. are not t irself II
I n ve       111   .      tin
.    the suits al $16.50 i    $25.00 we 1 sampli   suits
.    .. iii- le lowei bhii     those       i - -
,  over sill,   foun I il and     fine   suits   if worsti
|    ..00.     Coats  ,ii   $15.00  to   $25.00.       Pleati
II]     .,, ises, and  a   full  stocl   of Won ���   's Iti a
nu ats  and   MIHTni
to theii   friends to- has  yel   marked   the   history    ol   the  +
ew nighl     Progressive Whisi and ie ague.
of  the  eve- Over  one   hundred     members    sai   ���
ning.    A  good     nn     is    confidently down  to the  festive  board, and hav-i!;;j
li                          to   and    :   large   at- ing  partaken  ol   the good  cheer thai   *
nee e    ���    ed was   provided   In   abundance,    a   de-
firs    el   .Mi.   ivill     ������  a  better
I lightful  program, consisting of songs,
addresses   an I   recitations   was   gone
���
sen ice  inaugu    ted  on   the ln-   through
���    irban   line.      _ftei   that    late  T;:i
an i   v: M"  can   will  U ive   N'ew   SVesI
('.  S. Keith, a  former  pi isi lent  of  ���
the   association,   occupied   the   chair.
;!" ll:3��   and after a suitable' address, the- fol-
1 "    '������ ���  '    ���-'     ���'i:! '"'  i!'!-   :  wing  program  wns rendi red.
������'''��� Quartette by  Miss  G. Wells, Messrs
,    , .     (. MacDonald, il. S. Chamberlain and  *
'..   i .   I-..   K   I   i. will   soe  .   ie   ,,    .     , ,.    , '������������
11.   Maplefofd.
ind      lis   in 1 he ex ensi  u;     . .,        ,               . _                    ���
Address bv .1.  A.  Lee '<   inn In. our   . -
i oni   : he   i                  hospital     to  tne '   ���          ,  ,   ",       , ���,
National  land and  our Flag.                A
-��� i ;, r\.       I lie    - iperinten li nl    ol
works ha ���      ng ol     en stump-
il ent  and i \-
rxilil.   ivuss   Cj.   l.aupillliee.
leect.s to    i' ri fo   ���      track In vers       ���    .   ,.       ...      ���   ���   ,.. ,   ,
Recitation,  Miss   fda   Marshal.
Address,   Rev.   W.   H.   Barraclough.  ���
Solo, Miss E. Dauphinee.
Recitation, Mrs. S. G. Nicholson.
Address, by F. O. Canfield:   "Char-
���   uu   i  ioi   Short rl Ig ��� is         en sent acter-                               .
. ,iim  hi<   mini.          i               Ten.- s��'��. M'ss Fitzgerald.
,     twelve  mih President   eleci   A,   E.   Etheringl m
,.            .,            |            , d. ivered   a    hon   a I Iress,  in   which
...       .... ���  hoped  that  the las; year members
��� ��� y+yy+yy*yy*yy**yy<toy<*yy<, ���
���
*
���
*
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
Christy's
$2.50, $3, and $3.50 the hat ���
I Barrington's
T H. SMITH
i to v ii k in i he n w camp.    He
ired    welve   Ims   ���     In I ers,  who
' . ���    night.
V   Celestial        i        -       ���   kva_
��� ��� :      iii !      e knife     \V.
nn    ly, i   < il low   I to go 1   e yes-
. lay      n     n V\ In ti      Kennedy's
. me wa I in court, he was not
ere.     When I    ���     - i
would   co-operate   with   thjs   season's
v ���   ers and dwelt  upon  the advantages of concerte ! an I .-; stematic action in all matters.   !:.- i lose ' his remarks    by    announcing      that
E worth   committee  would   meet   the
various other committees in  Vancou-   ^
ver  nn   Fri lay  next  with a   view    of  '
.=e nding ilie- largest number possible of  ���
li lea tes  to  atten 1  the  coming con-
$2.50 the hat .
Stetson
*
$4, $5 and $6 the hat |
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
5
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rl
n
li
vention  in   Seattl
Tl       . ���   herin \
was I hi ���: bro i ;!!'  to     cl ������   ' ���  sin .-
:' -  ���' ������ nati enal  anthem.
i.
���   tie
le
I'i
f      4v%i S? %;^
I
���   se to Park
. '��� ���. ���.������-iy- v Car Li
i >
$3200
': ���:������'���    y
$ I 5( ���
$ I05O
'���;  i J 75
$ ! OOO
.     ��� |] ������ :.
���i. .   ' . the as
sistance Of  :i
ca
Th i plol   has  the  nn
thli
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rfa n
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Special
Nero  Westminster
*aaa\MEWasWsWsMs\ssMWaMsWaWaWaVSSS9    JJ
ienionds
i__rr.r_u_-'j_tsa
Just received the best stock of unset diamonds
ever shown in the city.   The quality and color
1 ��� thes i stones Is perfect.
We will mount anv stone to suit thecusti mer.
SnanDy   Farce.
A   S range;   in   Tow a"   Is     ki I
appear at tin on Fri-1 i
lay,  Mai   ::.    A  rt .-��� :.
������������'���������   Seal��� le  Times   refers 1     tin iu ���
etwi't'ii ......���-     an     f   |ows:
Vew Wesimin The       .\ ,;. ,   . ,;aS   u  .;_.-   i;.  tn     *
��� ' - real, sn . iree conn lies, th  -���
i.       . .   -                            -        ���    '   the Frohmans use I to exploit, with n   ���
real plot, clever!        . ch ira   ���   ;
\ and   nuniei ous   Ingenl   is     situal lon ���.
...     like  "A   Strang i,"  the
fun : laughing to tv o
. -    t the S yestei
���    "'    ' N   '     I .       1 ie    lea ling     dayi rs,     Fran]
'  '    ���' ' R,   oilal     ni Rii i   Ki I  ������	
'���'���������������: .. ins 1        ���      .       50 tha
���:��� " ' "���-    ������ '      '      the ��� ' �� ll
..:   ���    ���:.    :.      ���        lub,
.vliich i ta ���      '' I.   If
���
��� ..    \   ,. vhla
luie,  the natch
he Vancnin vl       .   , , .     -, ���      ;... . - ,.     ,   ,   . ..-.
���'���>-'���'��� aboul      i '.       lng youn tres
h ho i oin| ; ipular idea
I'wo   ..- illi ' w    ���     .--,,-  ,,., actress   bj   drln  Ing,   -  . ikin -.   *
al   the ���   .erniiien   offii u yes-   Mgn idcidng  ai      I  Ing   othi i   things
I'i uu   i..    C.     Hill    of   Wh|cli  real a tresses  ver;   sei lorn d i.
.'-��� '': :>   -;', - is mi-mi!, mi :' -   ��� in .     -   ffifiBffi rSP^S        _fo_$ Si
��� a ivim .i         nigh :.'���  S3, group  wi,u  ��������� sa���.,,  initials.    Rita  Knight
I, fo ml  agricultural  pur-   p]nys the pari joyfully, and her num-	
oses     The other  from .1.   Band    of eroug gowns and the way she wears
Chiiliwack, ' Inches io be taken tneni  .;.,>,,.  ,;;,  a  sartorial   comblna-
from  a stream on  the  X.   K. section |j(M1   n0| often  se n  on  the   popular-
nr Im 24, townshl]   2G,   Both applicn- .,���;,.,,,! stage.    Frank  Beamish  makes
lions will   be heard  about, May   25. n\a comedy points directly and cleverly.    Edward   Allor,   as   the  c uinl    Is
\   . mall ' roke   out     al   Rand nexl in merit.
Iroihers    mill   tu   Haney     yesterdaj	
'''"'"" Tee.Mrlrt__>    IA#_1 *__.____>!
The TCfioers wanteci
I. ��� ���  . : i ;��� i   behind   the  engines,  au I
For Stumping1 and grubb-
1 JL__ !____ JL JL    k_3
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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LIST WITH US
1
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PEEBLES
Real Estate Brokers
and Financial Agents
270 Columbia Street - - Telephone 397
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. f
W.
SEE   OUR    WINDOW
tf*i_��_��� i*___.||nn Jha Jeweler
\   '^ A Tl'.''
' '   '  ���������   ��� ���   ," incr a portion of land at New
':.'   .:         ���  m , ���
Westminster.
For information apply to
iyrrami
bad   .
ilC'COIIIll '    '
n tli
A. T. MORROW,
������eo    ' ���.. - hai I wo k, ������   ���
... |||     ..     . the lire un lor
Headquarters
for   ....
ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
McKENZffi STREET   -   OPFOSITE LIBRARY
Telephone 302
P. O. Box 24S
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^  II Illi   MMI ""
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New Westn i is ter.
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
V THE   "DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, APR|L ,.
A
\
SERIOUS, YET FINNY
UNCONSCIOUS   HUMOR  THAT  HELPS
TO   PUT  SPICE   IN   LIFE.
Borne i:__iii|>ifi. of Doll .l||ful incon-
frrtiiiicH In M>��-u_in_. WriUn_ nnd
Painting Thai .iipeitl Strongly- to
ll��r SeiiKe i,�� (lit-  Hid it-iitou...
Nothing lens added mure to the merriment ef the world than the unlnten
tional, unconscious humor of writers
pui-il. speakers and, iu fact, all classes
and conditions of men and women.
And there is none so dellghtfu'. It far
exceeds in niirtb provoking quality the
(���"id blooded humor of the professional
VT  Is
.We Americans are a fun loving people ;:nd we mils', am! will have our
jollity. Sonic oue has said with certain truth: "With all our vanity, energy and unrest, we are nol a dull, cheerless people. Sour faced fellows, yellow
und dyspeptic, are to I"- mei with in
our curs anil on our streets, but they
arc not the type of the American, for
be is as reinly for ;i leiu.il :is fei"
bi ��� culationi as fond of a joke *
office.-1
Ami the joke is all the i
able when il is spontane
er  the stress  and
NOT
south;   120 chains east to Skeena  River;
thence eelent: rlvi r to i-  - I of commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.
Located  February 22,   lin'T.
WILLI \.\I   M'" el eV.
FRANK   VANI' ALL.
Looators.
Per Frank Vandall. March 22, 1907.
.ICE.
Nl ITICE tS
Tenders for ���   I i. ��n^��  __ ... _ fi 'V days after    "EREBY GIVEN iheet siv-
lenaers for a  License to Cut Timber/the Hon.tha       date we Intend to apply to
on   Dominion   Lands  in   the   Prov ''""! Work'     Chief Commissioner of Lands
i r-\-  ei-.v.ev     i for permission i" cul em.I car-
ince ct British Columbia. describf'      the Umber from   the   following
,  Valley    -<'  lands,  situate ni  Kitsumgallum
��� .,       , Coasl   district:
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed     to  abo    .-Commencing    at     a.post   planted
...                                                    I-,      a'  ���. i.j   miles  iinrtii  ol   tin-  north-west
the ( ommissioner of Uominion Lands,   ,-    mer   of    C. K. A. Green's    pi mptlon
Department of tho rn.o.ln.   -,., 1 ,.,.,,-c   ���     'fllrn' ""'" running as follows: 80 chains
inn ment oi tne interior, and mark-     Ast; so chains south; BO ehains west and
ed on  the envelope  "Tender for Tim-    jso   cl,a'ns   north   to point of commence-
ber  Berth  No,  515,"  will  be  ive.i--    "-       21.���Commencing   at   a   oust    planted of Lands and Works, fora special 11
��� '   .his   departmenl   until   12   ���' ^S^^M,0,^^ cense ��' <'"'  and carry away timber
liiKin (in Wednesday,  the  5th                   then running as follows: 160 chains west; from   the   following  described   lands,
i,,,,,    mn.   i-..,. .. i; . ���      .             **y   of   '" 'Meeiies south;   160 chains east and 4" situated
���,um'    '  for a license to c                 .   ehains north to the point    of commence- l"���1      '        . , t _            .   ,.      .  ,    ..
.fli  iinitiei   ment_ Coast  Districl Rangi   5 district, No,
'ie '''ne IJr:)
_<bia, .iiel com
���Msilill     I 1    ie!'    See
6. Range 7. Wesi o
Commencing   en   a   post     planted
i.i-
NOTICE.
Nnu'ce is hereby given that 30 elays
after date- 1 intend to make ..plication
to the  Hon. the Chief Commissioner
River,    Coast District,  shore line 20 chains, ....
point   of   commencement
40   acres,   more   or   ii s
DATED this  19th daj    ��� ,-
1907.
The   Mclaughlin  lumufp
LTD.
By C.-If   McLaughlin, I  ,
NOTICE.
on Berth No. 515, situaii
vince of  British  Colui
prising Legal Sub-d
tion 12, Township
the Tib  Meridi
ic   10'acn
The b<"
in oni
tice
chains north to  the poinl
m< nt.
22.���Commencing nt n post planted lnl, commencing at a stake planted
about 4 miles north of the north-west corner of C F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
th i running us follows: SO chains east;
x" chains north; 80 chains west and 80
��� ���Melius south iu point ui' e imencement.
an.
an  an a
dove enjoy-
_us. The great
.rain   of   life   the
greater the need ��� M demuu(] ,,���. ���u
 I       ....      Mill'
mor.
I   i om
bl   humor ex'
of tl
. deprecat-S t he \ itlue
ptlug  those  who  hav>
none oi w ,p ,,-,������| gift to their portion
"Sunset" ('..:-.. oi.e- of the wittiest mcv
cr '���l_ day, says In his book, "Why We
f.augh:" "Eliminate fr  the literature and conduct of any one people the
amusing and the amused faculty, and
.vim produce a sterility as dull and uninteresting as the cinders aud ashes of
the volcanic fields of Iceland, But include the amusing element within
the experience and history of mankind,
aud no description of luxuriance, with
grape, olive, uectariiie and orange, such
us makes the vales of Portugal u perennial smile, is adequate to emphasize the
contrast."
due could uut well Instauce a more
amusing blunder than that In a painting of tbe "Blessed Virgin" in au old
church in Spain. In ihis pulutlng tho
Virgin is represented as sitting ou a
rt il velvet sofa fondling a cat with oue
hand, while with the other sin' is pouring coffee from a silver coffeepot.
This Is as amusing as a painting in a
German church representing the sacrifice of Isaac by Abraham. Iu this
painting Abraham is about to dis-
clr rge a huge pistol al Isaac when an
augel descends and pours a pitcher of
water on the pan of the pistol, thereby
saving Isaac
The writer once saw a (.'rude painting
of King Herod with a pair of spectacles painted on bis nose. There is n
very old painting of St. Peter denying
the Saviour, and several of the Roman
Boldiers in tbe background have pipes
in their mouths.
Those who are e n the lookout for
them will find many amusing blunders
in the daily papers nml In periodicals
of all kinds, a was but the oilier day
that the writer saw .Miss Fanny ('rushy referred to in a religious paper as
the "author of sn many blind poems."
And it was a great metropolitan daily
that one morning gave iis readers the
following Information regarding lhe
wrecking of a ship the night before:
"The captain swam ashore aud succeeded in saving iIn- life of his wife.
She was insured in lhe Northern Marine Insurance compauy and carried n
cargo of cement.'1
Equally amusing as an instance of
unconscious humoi was the statemeut
made by ai ; hi r : p er regarding the
capsizh g ..:' a b >al at se i. li said lhal
"inn one life was inst, and that was
found afterwar I."
He- mu<t be -.ii.;. eficient in humor
who does nol find himself amused by a
sign like (be following seen in the window of :i sh ien aki r; "Any respectable
man. woman oi ' Id can have :i (ft In
'his simp." It was an enterprising furrier whei placed n 'arc) in his window
stating thai for the benefll of the ladies he would make "muffs, boas, etc..
���out of their ov n - "
A prolific soui e of ��� musement to
manuscript rea .������:��� Is the surprising
way in \. hi ���' pi : ��� . for lltoi ary
honor nnd -1 often "put things."
We I..i.i one youi       eomiiii saying of
her her line: " I'll nte -- fell back In
: lij sv oon,  v. hi n she vc\ ived In r
spin; hud fled."
Another j I ��� ��� laces her her
oine in a ve :. eriloii tuatlon nu I
tin ;: ��� .i of hei "Hei lips quivered;
her i heeks grew ��� In breatn enme
In short pants."
A third n ritei gives this amusing
description of the api coram _ of s une
one she referred to in "the bell of
th" ball:" "She wiis��'lnd in some soft,
clinging, fleecy, vaj ���. -.   -��� ��� _ of purest
whip- li, .i   gave the appeara t a
hit of detached cloud floating In the
sky. She wore no ornament with the
exception of several hits of ran- bric-
a-brac gathered In n foreign clime."
A charming bli of purely unconscious
humor was that noticed by some visitors to a great English coal mine.' At
the mouth of the great central shaft
hundreds of feel deep was a placard
bearing these words:
"Please do nol tumble down the
shaft,"���Detroit Free Press.
uiraining
.oiim'(  en  less,
th must  be surveyed with-
.vim after the date of the no-
awarding the berth.
1" ���-  in-, u'ls Ions under  which  a  license   will   be    issued,  also    printed
forms  ;ei' tender  and  envelope,   may
be obtaim d al I his 11 ipartmenl or at
the i dice of ihe Crown Timber Agent
, i  X w Westminster, B. 0.
Kach tender  musl   be  accompanied
an accepted che pie  on a charter-
e :! bank in favor bf thi   !>���  mty of the
.Minis:.-.-    of    the    Interior,    for   thi
umounl    ���"    he   bonu i  v. hich  the  ai -
pllcanl  N   pn pared   : i   ; aj   for  a   ii-
cense.
The highest oi' any tender imm necessarily accepted.
No tender hy telegraph will ic entertained.
PERLEY G KEYES.
Secretary.
Departmi nl of the Interior,
Ottawa,  April 6th,  1907,
i tnders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in  the Province of British Columbia.
about "' miles north of tin- north-west cor
:.. r "!' C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows; 160 chains east;
40 chains north; 100 chains west; 4"
. halns south to poini of commencemi nt.
_4. Commencing at a post planted
aboul e; miles north o�� the north-west corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains enst;
-l" ehains south; 160 chains west;, 40
e hains norih to poll i of comnu ncement.
;it , -..st on the Encheshese River,
al i il ., mile and a half up from iis
mo mm thi tn i i asl 40 < hains, thence
m ; i 0 chains, tl ��� nee wesl so
ch: ins, them - so ith SO chains, thence
ea : I-' chains to ; oinl ��� : commence-
i:i int.
102.
Commencing   at a   poinl   near  the
mouth oi Union Creek a* the east line
of ��� he Indian Reserve, al the hen I of
tTnion Bay, ru ar thi   mouth of Works
Channel,   Range     ���'.   i\ ast    I n'i I riet,
.-���������   .Commencing   at   a   posi    planted thence 40   chains  south,   thence    80
eel t i, miles north ol the north-west cor- ,    . .,                      .    ���              ,i
ner of Ci li-. A. Green's pre-emption claim, chains east,  thence   Sl   i lains  north,
then running as follows: 160 chains east; thence SO chains    west,    thence   1"
���n chums north;        chains west;     io chains sonth   to   the  |   lnl     of   com
chains .south to pom; or commenci inent.
_6.- -Coi um ncing .it a posl planti d
ii-, ul 6 mi" g nortl] ol tl north-we st corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
thm running as follows: 40 chains west:
! ii ii i lain ! south ; I" ��� halns east : l 6u
nori h to poinl of comme nee ment.
:..'.������
1C3.
Commencing al ist on the north
shoi of Work's i hanni I, Range 5,
Coasl   District,   about   :.   mile  an I   a
-i lommi mm i
.ii
post    plante !  hall       .  v.   Woi sfoh    Bi      ���' ene ������  1."
about ���: miles norih of the ndVth-wcsl cornel- of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows; SO ehains west;
y i.ihis north; SO chains easl ; SO chains
iih ie, point of commenci n i nt.
' Commencing al n i osl plante -l
about 7 miles north of the north-wesl corner of C.F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east:   opposite   the    mouth   of   near     Cree
40 chains south; 160 chains west; and 4'1
chnins north  to th-- point of commemce-
ment.
28.���- iCommencing   al    ������;    post    planted
< hains north, then ��� SO chains east,
thenci' smith to -In- - . :. " westerly
along   s!i,. e  to ��� mimence-
ment.
104.
Commencing al a posl on the - hore
iposite  the   moi th  i E   Bear    Creek
and about a half ..  ml ������ nortii on the
north arm of Woi k's   - 'h nm !. Range
���"..   Coast     Pis: riet,  ilu : ei     west    Tn
about 7 miles north of thc north-west cor-  chajns   thence north SO chains, thence
ner oi  C. F. A. Green s pre-emption oleum, ... ,i ,     ,       ,
iie, ii running as follows; in ,���!,.,i���s north;  <ilst "' shore' thence  southerly along
sn  chains  west;     40   chains    north;    4ft  shore   iei   poim   ol   commencement.
.l.eiins west;   SO chains south;   120 chains
easl io point of commencemenl 105.
30.���Commencing   at   a   posi     planted      Commencing   ..'   a   si ike    on     the
--^4oVaU^a��aVt^r^.S :���'; -:'":' :" ���������������������'��� s��ufJ " 	
....   follows:     I60  chains west;   m chains mouth   ee:   Bear   Crei  .   on   the   mirth
norlh;    160 cliains east;    and  4" chains arm   of   Work's     Channel,   Range
outh to point of commencement. <-,.;,.,   District,  thence east  90 chains,
1.���I ommencing   al    n    posl     planted ., ,,    ., ,
about  4- chains north of the south-west thence  north   SO chains,  thence  wesl
comer of  Location  N'o.   26,   then   running to   the   beach,   thence   - Yitherly   and
ns  follows:     160  chains  west;  4"  ehains Ne, . ���   :���;..���  along   thi m   I       oinl   ol
so"t'V   halns ":-!:   !" chains nortl1 commencement
to poinl of commenci nn nt. ' u"" ���
- lommencing   at   a   post    plant d 1 Co.
about   i miles north of the north-west cor- ,-,     mencinB   al   "   stake    ��i1   chain
this Department  until 12 o'clock noon   ��"',.":' C.F.A.Green's pre-emption  claim, '",'���.      .   -,���       ",-,,..'".,
then running as follows:  160 chains west: '    :     "'   '       nioil   I -       ..,.-.>
10   .   ains    soi th;     160  chains  east:     -'" '':������  ..��� id    *' \\' ��� nei. Ra;
I'leeiins  north   t,,  point   of  commencement, ,-,    .-   ii^--;.-    thenci    we.-i   SO cl    I
containing 640 acres, more or less.
SEALED TENDERS addressed io
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. .jl_," will be received at
mi Wednes lay, the 5th day of June,
1.07, tor a license to cut timber on
Berth No. 51C, comprising lands situate in the Province of British Columbia, ami described a sfollows; ���
Timber Berth No. 516, comprising
Se ciions 27, 28, 33, 34, and the Easl
halves of Sections ia and 32 in Township IS, Range 2". Wesl of the 6th
Meridian, containing an area of 5
square miles, more or less.
WAI.   MOODT.
FRANK  VANDALL.
] .��� ...-.., -.
Aj. at,  Frank Vandall.
March 21,
tl ��� ie--. north SO chains. them east
SO chains, thence south V!| chains, to
point 'if commenci mi 1 I
1C7.
1 lommi ncing   ita    oinl  e-n   Lach-
mach River ne: r I he i orner of lot 195
.  a' the head of Work's Channel, Range
TAKE NOTICE thai thirty dnvs after "' Ctoaf' "isiiic:.^ then e I" chains
date we Intend to apply to the Chief Com- w'''"'- thence v", iams south, thence
-  issloner of#Lands and Works for si lal   SO (I.ains east, thence SO cl   In   north,
NOTICE.
timber   licenses   to cut  and carry away  ,hence 40 chains wesl  _   , 1 Int of com
rhe   berth  must   be surveyed  wilhin   timber from the following described lands    ,....
situate In ilu- Kitsumgallum Valley, inte
one year after the dun.' of the notice ''������..st District:
mencement.
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a u-
01 use will be issued, also pi inte 1
fi rms of tender and envelope, may be
obtanied al this Department en- at the
office of the Crown Timher Agent at
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Each tendi r must be accompanie I
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered
'.iiii, in favour of the Deputy of lh
Minister of the Interior, fo rthe amount of the I.onus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a lie. use-.
The bighes! or any tenth r not ne-
��� ��� ssarilj   accepte I.
No tender by teleg
ti rtained.
PERLEY  G
CC.
���   -   t'1   chains
33.���Commencing   at   n   post    planted      Commencing  at   ,!
m  mi   tu   chains   west   of   the  south-west   eas;   of  the  ril'er Et 1 th line of
corner  of   the  old   Kitsumgallum   In,linn   ,y,���   ,      ���     i-,._.
!.. servi. then   1 GO cliains �� est:   10 cl
ri ���
,
��� " mouth  of
.1 wil
KEYES,
S 1 re ary,
Departmenl  of tin   Interior,
0 ' .wa.  April  6,   1907,
Land Registry Act.
rAKE N'i 'Tli ,. thai  an apj lie tlon
has 11 en        I ��� to register I-', tn is C.
lionoi r as  the o\\... ���  iii  fee simple,
undi -  1 tax 1 ah   di    : from Lhe Mayo
and    Tr    surei    ...     he   City ol N w
��� '   '    ��� Francis   C.   Honour,
e 2nd   I ij  of Oi ober,
A- D. 1 ,., 1    :-i; ,,      ,h...
���'   '���'���'���   ������      ;    or tr icl of    land .  .
��� ���    '���' ite,  lying  and   be ng   .
.   lhi
i - :   '-   i i.i:;:i:v
l .... ... ....
II".. C i 11 e I    1 '   ���
nl   V.'di'l pel ��� 1   enl
..'  . ���       ���        er fn ���   foi-
:..-������ Ild.",
...   \y.    ........       . s  River,  Coast  district,   K
nth: 160 chains east; 4" cliains south  the   Enches-hese  Rivei   on  the   north
in point of commencement. side   of   Work's     Cl   nnel,   Range   5,
34.���Commencing   at    o   post   planted Coasl Districl   them    SO chaii    north
M^���9xTVfthVh���%^fflt.eT40of 'v'v " ;
chains  1 orth :   160  chai . 1  easl      10  1 Im ns   ' hainS   SOUth,    thi n      IIS   < ast
south to point of ��� omn ��� m    ... nt. ' ;  point of comn   :   ement.
35.��� <'. mmencing   nt    ee    posl     pi. ���. ifjg
'    ���   ���'   '    w sl of the -.��� 1':       Rt corner ol ,.      .  , ,  ..                                   ,            ,,
I,      ��� .  . v..    14, then  100 chains west:  40 . '            '         Ig nt a post     :.   the south
��� 11         60 ��� Mnins east; 4i   1 hains sl le  _i  Fordci      1 River,         it a mile
��� ' dnt ������:' ��� imn ��� m   n    it. and  11  h ilf 11    froi    |     nn  ith, them 1
������     Co    n< ncing    ai    n    post     plai     ' outh G      ha ns. th   1   ���   east So 1 hains
'.'::��� -/'.'.Ws :.:"���'   _  '..m    . .'/- h   ��� then e west
10 chains east;     00  cl     ns Bouth :   s '   ' ���   -:,i'-.   them - llth   4     1   . -
is wesi to the point of co     lerfce-  poini     I'commencement.     The above
rive     empties inti    the   n    th   arm  of
Woi |. '1   Chanm   :. Ran      '���   Co; sl   Dis
trict, a a   m  -   and   1 ' alf south-
w< -:  of ��� ie io    '  1 ���  the north arm,
1 c -mi-  coming in from th<   east.
109.
Be ginning at ost on
; ' the , pi r end ol m , rth arm
01 Work' Channi 11, Range 5, Coasl
District, abo il  20 i hail    so.itl   of the
ith   of  S 'i      .   ������ ��� nee  oa I
: ���  .       north   40 ch
"'' thi m e wesl   160     1  li      [hence   :011th
10 'chaii      0 poinl .. nei nn nt.
1 I0.
Commencing  at  a        ���     lai ted   al
tin     lotith of Fo   I Crei       n tl ���  noi  '1
 L__   sl      ���    ol    Wor R   ;,;;,.   ",
' 'oasl Disti let,     -        ��� ��� ���,,;  hi
henci   SO ' bains    east,    tin nee    SO
'   '���������        ith,  nn re 1     lei      ��� ���.
-' Ihence westerl;
��� ���      mi nt.
Kitsumgalliin
Range J:
Claim No. 1.���Commencing at apost
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River,on the west hank
of Kitsumgallum I-ake, runnin.. as follows: SO chains west: 40 chains
south: 40 chains wis'; su chains
north; 120 chains easl; and 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim No. 2.���Commencing al a posi
planted aboul 23 miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on the east
bank of lhe Kitsumgallum Lake;
thence sn chains east; 40 chains
���south: iu chains west; SO 1 halns
j. more or less, to the river; thi n
qi rthi rly along the river to the 1 olnt
o.  commencemi nt.
Claim No. 3. Commencing al a - I
planted at the south-west corner of
T I.. 7942; thence 10 chain;- easl: SO
chain - south; 10 chains easl: sn
cliains south; 10 chains west, 1111 1 ,
less, in the Kitsumgallum Rl - ;
ii ��� nee northi rly along true fiver to
tin   point of commencement.
el,eim No, 4.���Commencing at :    ���
plante 1  about   10  miles    up  I -
monl 1 'ol  the Kitsumgallum  Ri ���       ������
th   easl i anli; thence 10 chain   ea
li:n chains    south;     10   chaini     .-   t,
more or  les s,  to the    rlvi r:     thenci
nor! lo-- Ij along I he rivei   to _.���
0   1 oninn 111   ���    ..'
1". Im No. "���    Commencing ai
nted about 10 miles up 11 thi
mi ith 1 il  I he al >��� ������   rivi r, on tl
bank;    them e   Sim hains  wi -        ��� -
chain     outh;    0 ch ilns east, nu
less, to    he river;
en g th    rivi
rt - ncement,
' 'laim No. 0.���Coi       nch
planted   12 miles  up  from  the
,.     the    ��� Iver,    on    the  wesl
thenci     Id   chnins   wesl;      10     ch;
il'.:      10 chain :  ens:       v ���     .
��� th;   Pfj  chains east,  more  ���
-,,  the   river;   thence  northerl;   along
the 1 iver to the  poinl   ol  i on nn
nn m.
i'! iim  N'i . 7.    ('ommencing al a
planti 1]     ������' 111   in  1 ie ilns wesl   0   1 11
sonth-wei 1   cornei   ol 1 lie o] :   Kil 11111
lum ��� . ������       ' hem e   ' 60  cl   ii
nest;     in  1 halns  south;     , 00 1 h   n
east; 40 chains n n        com
mi in enn nt,
1 laim N'   ���     1 'omnu 11 lng al a ;   st
ed  on    the nori b v. 1      corm
T   L  79 i".;   thence   I G 1 chains   n ���
in chains north;   160 ch  Im   east;   I
chains   south,  to point  ol  ��� ���  nmi n ���
menl.
Clai: : N 1. 9. 1 Commencing nr a posl
plante I on I Ik noi I li v ��� sl coi ner ol
T. I.. 7915; then ������ 160 < halns west.
���I" chains south; 100 i hains east, to
ihe west line of T 1��� 7945; the ni ���
along the line to poinl of comnu ni ������
ment.
< 'laim No, 10. Commencing . 1 ,.
post plahted on the wesl line of T. L,
7945, about 10 chains south of the
noi th wes' corner of T. !.. 7m 15.
'In nee 160 chain- wes; ; 40 chains
south; 160 1 iiains east, to the line ol
T. I.. 7945; thence- alon I Ine to
point   of commencement.
Claim   No.   11.���Comn cut-in      at    a
, post  planted on the soui     . ��� ��� ���  . 1   ni
of T.   1..  7943;     1 hem ���     runnlni    160
chain     . ������ ���.     10 chains    1    th;     160
as east, to the ������������       Iim   of T. J..
Te-15:     Ihence  40 1 hail ch 1
tin   Iim   !o point of 1 - mi nt.
C   im   No,   12.    Commencing   .
ei the si ith ��� .1 ���    ���   ic ���
tl ence    running
1      h iin    soul..:     I'.o
posi     lanted
ol  '!'.  L   794
h ins   we
ains   easl;
inent.
37.    Commencing    it    n    po.t     planted
al out   Vi  chains -.., sl   of    the north easi
1... I-   nf   !.��� .-���' ..   35,     ���   ������:,.-       160
north;   10 eh east;  160 chains
we sl :     -1     cha Ins  s,   ith   to  I  -    I
.   ���     ��� lent.
Comm n 'ing   at   .1    ; r,st     plante !
���   ���      north-wi si corni r of  Location  TM.
.,:;.     thence  . 0   chains   west:     ���      cha ns
ilns  ��� eest :    .-!-. 1   5
0 point of commencemenl
39,    1'.. nmenclng  nt   .-   post   pin nted :u
the   north-wi . I   corni 1   of  Local lon  N'o.
tin n   ��� ���' ell   Ins  (.esl ;   -��� ���  >  .   '���
1 ast;   '     ���       ;        ..-;���,..-.
corni .
������.'..;. m  :���:��� ���   . ��� ���
'  RANK   '.' \-\'l lALL,
l.e ea
the nee   Pei
to 1 oinl of ci .  ���;.-,��� ���in nl
11 ated   Fe iruary  1 I.  1907.
WILLIAM  MOODY.
1 R _NK   V VNDALL.
0 r s.
1       ':. 11,; Vandall.
March  22,    7.
\.
NOTICE.
,   Co]    ibla,   n
I'artii ,.     nn(]  descriln
':     '���������-    17, IS, 39, ol    ol
'.
1 and 1     li of you an   required to
est thi , : the I   t pure]
lays from  the ���'   ..
���   ':   '        Hi    ion of -his notice,
:������ glster  Francis  C
CRAGO.
NOTICE.
'
��� Commend]
���    Zymni   lltz   "
p from tl ���      ���       - ���  '
Ihoni     160 1       ns ���   - ��� .   10 "	
'        '���  ���       ' '        is wesl     : yo' ���   1 -    ,   ,  ,.,-. ���    ,-,-.-   .,,.,.
rl  ���     ...  point .. I
...... ...,,'.' ��� Ker   date   1    nfend  to
less, ' ition    to    the    Hon. the
, .... 1 post' Chief  Ci        I    :  ;;. r  ol
���   .   .. ���   the   '/.������ mn    lltz   R
'     ��� ���'���'������ Ut?;   Rlvei ������     ' W ,..   ,-.,      ;s|0n |nd
.   ��� rom  ' ie mo ith. on  tin   east', ,,' .. , ''
k oi      ���      thence   ioo cha      ��� ' ���'    timber from   the    fe llov ���. -
n    eli iii     north; cl     1    west;   40 di   1   Ihed lands,   situated     '    fTotham
Hi       1 tier thereof in f ind 1 "::':'-   '''"   '   "'  ''    '"  pnlnl   of Sound, New Westmini 1     District:
,. . ��� '"' '   ' . 1 cut, co      Inl      640      r,s, more       , *���    .
diroc    ���    -   publication of this  notici    ,!   ���'��� L���Commencing at a stake 40 chains
ICi
In a daily newspa] 1 r published in X.-w
,  xo.   '".   Com   end       ai   posi east of small bay at the head of Hoth-
I'eiM.i ...   ihe  Zymagatitz   River,   about  am  Sound;     Ihence   north  SO  ehnlnq
A"-      nst' '   ������ ��� thirtj   days shall  b<    '��� ������ mile* up froi I tin   mouth, on the  easl
" '       :       Ich nl service h< ri or.
";i ' m   at  thi   Land  Ri glslrj  Office,
Ni w w<.- -:���.: 11 -:- r, province of British
Columbia, this  I9th day of March,   \
D. 1907.
Market  Rate,
Some of these big magazine editors
are humorous nt limes. Iii response
to this Inquiry from an amateur,
"What does poetry bring In New
York'.''' one of them replied:
"We have io regular prices, but If
.vou Khip it in crates or carloads we
believe Ihai you can realize i'i cents
a po'.'inl for it "
rr.   ;; thence ioo cl _ eai  i 40 thence wesl   SO chain  ;   thence south
chains south;   160  chain,  wesl   to   river; "  chains;     thence  1 as'   SO     ;    In     to
��� 40 chains northerly along river to poinl   of commencement.
poini   of   commence nt,   containing   0M ,,     ,,
ucn.-.       r.   ...  less. -~"' ommencing al   a  stake al   the
.;;   N'o    10.  -Commencing    nt   post north-east    corner   of   Claim    No   I-
planted on  the Zymagatitz  River,  about | thenee  nortii  SO  chains;   thence wesi
two   miles   up   from   1,0 m   eiiili,   on   ihe ,i,.,-,,, .     ,,,                  ,,    ...     ,    .
-   banlt of  river;   thence  1 hnlns ""  chains;     thence south   80  chains;
���    -��� : in chains north;  160 chanis west to thence eas; 80 chains to point of com-
river;   thi���   I"   chains  southerly   along mii ncement.
river to poin!  of commencement, contain- ���,     i-',,,,,,,.,.,,,.i,,,. .,,   ,  ,���, ,   ,,,   1   ���
ingot res, more or less.                   , J-���Commencing al a posl 10 chains
aii persons served with 1   b notice      '''^'n   x"-  '''"���   Commencing   at   post wes: ol the north-east corner of Claim
...,   ..   ^      ...   ...             '              '   planted on  tho Zymagatitz  River,  aboul No, 2;  thence north SO chains; thence
.'ml those claiming through or under one mile up from the mouth, on the west wes1    80   chaing.    ,)���,���.,,      ' .,.{'.
them    and   -ill   i,e.-s,,���s   f.i.,;,,,;���              hank of river; thence 40 chains west; 160 \   !       '    '"''"    -     "'"';   .   so,un    ""
'   '''."'  '"' i"'-sil"'s  claiming any  ,.,:ijlis ,������.,,,.  40 Hl.lhls ,,1S, ,���  ,.iv,,.; chains; thence ea :   0 chains to poinl
irteres   In the said land by virtue of thence  ieo chains southerly along river of coromencement.
,, I to point of commencement, containing 640 ....
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY I .'EN   t]    I
. ."- ��� dati   Mi ....
I  ���   Hoi Durable Chii    ���
er ,    Lands and V,      - 1 . ion
to purcha      th    fo]   1 Ing m.         . :
I ml .    sil....    i   on    ii hat Is
; an '    .-'   ith    Dun I   ���    !
''���������   ���   '   '   iasl   District:
Commencing at  a  po: '    abou    oni
.  '      He ���   st of the ! .-   I ni I' ick Inli i on the   north   sid(    ���      the    nli
mai ;i     s.  H.  i-\;    th n ������   100 n
noi   .:   i. ence SO chi ins 1 a il ;   them e
II ith  to sal I    Inlet;    thenci     south
we - oily and wes erly along th
1   111    Ol    Cl     M IM'  llf.    I  1:/ .
y-   H.  FORD,
F.  H   CRAGO,
Loi
I 107.
NOTICE.
NO    VE  IS   HEREBY GIVEN  thai
���  r date 1 Intend to a]   1
. Iifiu uu n di   < Ihlel I loniml sion
. .1 .      id Works fo;  pi 1 ml    lon
ha      : ho    following  di   crlhi
ll inti ! 1 n whal  Is called Mid
e        .- iiith   Dundas Island,  Range  r>,
��� District;
- ��� ..:\-- ii -ing ai  a  po :    planted al
thi   head of Swan Inlel;  thence south
100  e hains;    thorn 1   ea il  su  chains;
. e   .; to Bhore; thi nee wi ster-
, . 1 north-westerly along the   hoi
in poinl of commencement.
F.  II. CRAGO.
March 23,  1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY
30 days afti r date, 1
:,.  the   Hon.   Chief  1   -
!.. 11 Is .ii..:  Works, for
toe ii and carry ..v.,
fi Mowing described land
follows;
I     ��� on nn n 'ing  . I
oi:   1!' : nundo    Islsn [
tin ".   .'  the southwe I ��� ;
tlon i'm thence north
,, 1    ;    -,,   ,M       ;.   .   .    ,,,,   .
; hen 1  v. ���   - - -
��� ��� ���  .
. ���:..,.
wesl
thence 1
���     ;
���
'- ��� nt.
.1.   R
.!��� hn 1'
Land Registry Ad.
!:���    -' ���    5 an,]        :   ..
I an   Bb ek   7.  \-
v, 1. 1 ��� as   ;
1 '��� : tiflcate   of   Til ���
��� s 11 : In the name oi _ p. p
h       een ti!'-1 ln thl   ofl
Notice is hi rei >��� given
a- the (xpiration of oni   1
thi   date of the flrst ]
of ... llil il
:     ���.  unless In the nu
objection bi   ma     t    ...-��� .
C. S. KEITH.
Districl  i:<-: Isti tr of 1
Lane]   Ri ��� Istry  Offi ' .   N
.ster. B. <".. Mar. b I I, 1907.
......     .
'
.    -  . _- _J
SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOME |
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
���\ 1    a valla  li   D     li
In thi   !  illwaj   Belt In 1
. .    1 home&teaded
bob who ]    ' he soh
"i ..:.    _ ., ie ovei  ; -���   eai
the ��� xt< ni of   one-;j
160 acn  . more or   ess.
Enl ry must   ;..   	
tbe local land office for the disl   -
whii h 'he land is .- Itu te.
The homesteader Is req
form the conditio! t ��� nn
with under one of thi
(11 A1 leasl six m ntl
upon and   cultiva     ,,    I ui
three .��� ��� . -
2)    II Ihe :.;':.' .  (oi ti   Lln .
father I    leceased
i ��� . 1       ��� ��� ��� ��� '���
" ��� lan : imi-' :���.. ������ r,   ll e
ns to rei    ence 11
ich    pei   in   :���    . :
-������ r or mother.
13)    li  ihe- settler I
enl n   . : o 1     ���   ���
ed By him In the vlcinli
������'i' nl.   the   .- q ...  ���!,��� ..-      1
di ii'-e may be 1 a
nj on the said lan :
Six months' not! ������ In ��
be .iven in the   1 omm
minion Land 1 at (Utawa ol
to apply for 1 1
Coal I inds ma;
i or acre foi     ift coal ai
iin." Ite,     Nol  more   tl an
- acquire I :,..  1 ne In
111..       Kim alti   , :   lhi   ���
1 111    ,).,���:��� ton Of 2,000 I-    11
1 ��� lei led on the gross output.
W. VV. CORY,
Deputy eel ei,,. Ministi r ol    ���
terlor,
N. D --  Unauthorized   publh      ::
this   advertisement    will nol   ��� :
for.
To Gi
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
Jamieson, Esq.
any tinn glstered instrument, an I  all
persons claiming any. interesl  In the
Hi' Is c"piii \ ho i- , lull he is rrom
nature and who never reralids us of
othi rs,   Emeri 1 u.
poin
in   , i,   more  or   hss.
1 Halm  No.  18.    1 lommi racing    nt     post
nted   nn   tbe   south   bank    of   Skeenn
oy   descent,   whose  title  : r, 1 1  half  mile  below  the  mouth
Kitsumgallum River ; tin nee 80 chains
iouI li ;   su  chains  ens ��� ;   80  chains  norih
March 21st,  1907.
nol register! tl under the provisions of
the "Land l;< ulstry Act," shall be for
ever esti ;.;       .   | del arm '     ������ ���   -
Hng up anv claim lo or in re
the sal 1 land so . old for taxes ;
vide :  ' .   the "Land Ri ������:,-������.   Act."
NOTICE.'
m   skeena   River:   thence  alon_   river to NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN   that
'; .'  ������������.. ,, ' |J.'  mcnt'  talnlns   ,;|" ������'  lays after late I Intend to applj to
,   Mo,   19,    i' immenclng    al   pn 1 .' ���     I m.Chii f Coi   mi: slom :  of Lands
ii .1  on  Lln     south    bnnk  <��� r  Skeenn and   Works  for -      lal 11 ense to cut
,. ,   ..",���i;;!:;,';;v,;,";:;:",;.::'":1:,:.::; a_,ie_*ryawa    .    -,,n ������.;-,,
.- m   dia  River;  thei ce ..    chi ing described lan I, - il mti -1 al Ui -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixty days after dale we Intend to
apply to the Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for 1 emission to purcha a the foi
lowing tract of land Bltualed In Coast
district, for a Mill Site, Commencing at a posl planted on sin re of baj
S. E. Arm Huaskin Lake, aboul S.
\V. corner T. L. No. 69-13; thence
South 10 chains; Wesl ,. chains;
South 10 chains, mnro or less to N, E.
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence Wesl
with shorn line 20 cliains; North 10
chains; Easl ,. chains; North 10
ehains, more or less, to shore of
Huafikln   Lake;    thence    Easl    with
"The Milwaukee" I
'The  Pione.r  Limited"  St.  Paul M
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Omaha t
Chicago,   "South     West    Limit'2
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on ,al!'
railroad  in  the   world  that  equf
equipment thai  of the Chica ���
waukee  &   St.   Paul   Railway.
own  and  operate  their  own  -'" T''
ancl dining cars on all! their train: ���'-���
give   their   patrons   an   excelld
service not obtainable elsewh'
H. S. ROVVE. General
1.4 Third St.. cor Alder. Port!
Mil-
rhey I _oA,    A = R!L 21.  19C7.
TII i.   DAILY   X EWS.
[cQUARRIE & Co. McQUARRIE X Co. McQUARRIE 8 Co. McQUARRIE & Co.
Real Estate Financial Insurance Investment
Agents
Agents
Agents
Brok
ers
:f0NT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
est    to
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c .-���-   -esdence   for   sa.e   on
.-rf.       i
~~l 5treet,  corner Fourth Avenue.
'    V;   oea, 9n,   now   rented   for
UJJMOpe    rnootm;  lease  can  be  ex-
ended   f ���-'
[
ranged
nvestment. .Terms to
IS'
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to r
snt.
One on
��� Mr,
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one
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READ THIS
Splendid Farm, 13 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, N'o. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. Ont
of the best bargains to be obtained
m the d's'.r ct. For exclusive sale.
Pr.ce $'0,500: $3.5C0 cash, balance
i,1 6. 12 and : 8 months at 6 per
cent.
Full-sized lot No. 8. between Gth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., uvs; side. $300,
half cash. bal. in 6 mos.
Telephone
333
One acre in block 9,
tween 18th and 16th
on 8th Ave.    Price $r
1-3 cash. bal. easy.
bc-
St.
"50.
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Price     $1
���   7
exclus.ve   properties   just   I '.ted
with us for saie.
;       Lol '    ositi      Knox ch S:iji
in, easl Colum        S:re<     on
$300 cash.
- ��� f S i xi
..--:      cle                 I'.l.lj ;      ;    ,   ,
Blo i     $1_:>0 cash.
I        S   eel   ;'���-,':. 11.
- ;���'��� $350 each,    .
NEW   PROPERTIES. TO   RENT.
.  -      with mse on    Hi anl ford    sl i eel   seuitli
���        .    :,'          ���               \. .,   - s . i . ���       mi   6th   street,   painted   ��hite,
Prici  $4,000; $15.00 |iei   month In advance.
7 	
, -.,       .      .     Rj;;,    , |,      James  Inlet, thn ��� square miles, al
Sl      $2,500: i    $6-00 per acre, li;.: cash, balance i
.,    ... 7 . Large  lol  an I  two cottagi s on Co
.31ii            me.l lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
What's tho
use of
paying    . re
for cii ' les
than they
are wi rth ?
What's the
use of
style, without
service���
of wear
��� ithc il     ���  I
Ioo_; ��� 3
hat'   thc
_    '
taking
chances with
an}' other
Clothing
when
you can
��Ot
Tog'ress Brand" Clothing
Look  lor tha  Label that typifies   progress. _t
H.   L.   de BECK
���
S3.300:
at $1    each
0PERA=H01J$E
IBSEN'S PARADOX.
i ���!.    and  one hall ho ise an.l
full  8 /,-     it,   situati 1  u irth side  of
m ��� n.l co tier ot
- reel:   :���  i ooms ;   hal h room, hoi   an 1
���'   ' I  v     ir, closet;   vi oodshed.  5 iuu !
ig   fruit ti ee:      streets  on   three
���   -  .. -:   fine   ... ...     Price  $:,800   $900
���
$2,500
:i
.
$1,200.
���1 11   _ \ 11
.  . -
:. I  N inaini ��� Sm,
.   \ ! e I     I   ::
'
2 houses ce 1       ib an I
.: ' lot:    cil
ue I reni j 25, the
n-ltl all con-
Hi: A V"."
-    ��� ' '���     .
���   '
, . ien       t Port Ke (i.X.R
' ' _���   ��� ���   \ 2S feel:
; ns fruit trees: nevi
���    ��� ��� .���:.-���' to Gth St., -I
"'ul    ! j   icros  . :��� 1.   I and   \ve.;   ��� lol   m 1 am  line
P    ���   $2:00.    ���   ���
;      .   ���     : _.   -��� ��� ���    ���    IJ, \   1    .,-  j-;   i .
,    ��� - ���-������.;.
'���  ' ::     '     ���     1 I I.  Sill       :     house  1 -x-M.
,    , ace is se   nq fas    .       is prici
clear. 1 finished, an-
Iran        ���      $1000, I f. 1 be al .    ��� , ;
.   .������ : ..: sized lot, 2nd lol :. om i   r-
Hth  streel   and  Sth  avenue, lol
61   _141 fe et   $250 cash.
m.km  Wednesday,April24
Thei  Hie;.   Jolt.   Comedi   Success
Hello Bill!
���by-
Willis Maxwell Goodhue
Central
HOUSE and LOT
loi ated in a (omniman ling
.''  ��� .   "''"'      ..       tween  U       and   16th   streets.     :: i;,',,,!i:
Price $425 fai  Uoth   cash Fifth street,   Two and one half-storey
!..' ise.   Ten mm;,is i recently paperedi
All  modern  conveniences;    hoi    miel
Lot  G   2 sui)    ���. isions run-
in.I  Bth
col i   water,   hath,   Hush   closet,
Nothing but  Laughs
(Jndlsputablj amusing and absolutely i lean.    Montreal Herald.
And (In- Intimate R.Iatton nt 8  i. nr.
to  Society.
rbs-rn.  my  great  , mipatrlot,  has  ia
one of his works formulated the para
do.x   thai   Hi.-   man   ;-  stroii   ist   \    i
Kt.-iiieis iii,est alone    There is certain iy
some truth In this   nay, there ts - .--   i
truth  In  it   so  far  as  -���> ieni e  Is  coa
ceriied.    The man  ��ho In  the sear li
for truth goes  his way Indepi    I   i
nf other men and       other consider i
tions is certainly the tuau who is .. il
to liiiil Uie greati-.' and mosl valuable
truth.    On  the other hand, it  is  als.
true tli.it s, lence more than most i
things In life depends on co-operation,
ou the help of one's follow beings, tnd
ihis becomes more and more inte' every
day.    Many  people are api  to forg -i
wh.it science actually Is .-mil whnl they
owe t,i science, for it  is through scl
ence thai  modem society  actually e_
....
���   ; te
(1   Pil
.
ist;, .-nnl the' development nf society as
electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lol it Is today would be impossible If s
05x1-2, wiih lane In rear;  pari of lol      Prices   75c, 50c, and 25c. ,,,u.,,   were  eliminated.    Humanity   m
sei oul with fruit trees,    Price $2,750.      Seats now on s:il.> at   Ryall's Drug | growing; but, If science and the means
mvi .   '..el. corner   ;   \   , ,;.-.,   balance arranged Store. created by science nre nol growing, Im
.   .      s>__j    , ,  .i,    .   Acre-  inanity ��ill have to look forward t.> a
;lrt'   c: ���       rice $1,500 .   .   1 lie two.
!��� roomed   modern   resi-
I     e on 4th Av. between
|6t] and Tth St., with one
|a    of land, containing
r    trees,  outbuildings,
ta es, &c.: an exception-
bargain.    Price
4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
��� al 7 per cent.
- ���   aci
���   $160    :. FOR    A   FEW    DAYS   streel
" .   ' . ' ..m"1   i.M.V    On cash,    ealance   1
ill     ��� MM       -MM.   ;.-        ��� PHCI
$1,200;. I u        ilance   IS
Ol    '.      ll   7   - .
zed lot oa St. Patrick's Si
bel we n  John  McKenzie's
- lots, 20, 21;  Xo. 20, $170: No. 21,   i
lurnaby.    ie''   $175.    Durh nn  and   Second   j
i i.N'LY     On
and 2 yi ," m
One him ired and sixty acres X. \V.
_i   Sec.    15, Township  11,  two miles
from  Fori  Langlev,  ;. acres slashed,
Six    ;-     -'  '���       :m:v;-  one  :|   "   Xo. l lend     Price. $10 per acre. One
' '    I   inl 'A1    ' ! -  ac"  third cash, balance on time, 7 percent.
ti ���   In 6 months at 7 rt ired.    House        ro mis,   interest.
Ful I I -���  S'o.  12 on Royal   .ve.   Ux24:     ton half,   un i
.   Si     Prii    $.1050.    hall  wish,  chii house: fruit trees   tnd straw-      One hundred and sixty acres, X \v.
ice at 7       pei  annum. plants;     1,700,   hall   cash;      il-   :'     s,'<'-  -'������  Township   16,  2._   miles
:   ''  ���>'  '"������ S ib.  B! "���������������....::������ i nths at 7Der cenl      :''"::)      Abbotsford,    creek
through,  50  acres  alder
I SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings st   Vv*., Vancouver-
Bookkeeping, Gregg mil Pitman
Shorthand, Telegra h)   an I Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
forty-Five   Typewriters
i   Students Always iv  Imm \m>.
R. I. SP30.I. B. A.. Prinripal
-�� very miserable future. Therefore th ���
nation lhal wishes t" be cared for
must siipp ert Rclence and those who
carry een scientific work. Science will
live he'r own life and has done si> ever
since the dnys when Prometheus made
his fatal expedition to tin' gods and
stole the Bre which is more or less
burning in every one of us and cannol
in' extinguished. There is s u ��� 'thlug
sublime in ibis everlasting lie'1 ol scl
ence. Generation after generation dls
appears. The Individual is nothing, bul
always "watchful in th. tower niau
shall remain In sleepless contemplu
tlou."   Dr. N.-iiiscn.
running
ling, and nea "aer uott���. said
$5.COO. half cash, halann    i   ���'    n    12       ihe -;      .���.'   ai i   irlng this adver    ;''   ;'"   '"'"'  "'";',h  "f  timber  on  the'
,.,.:   n.|th   . ..,   for  furthei   parti-  :';'"',,:"'���    P''ce $10 per acre, V_ cash,
'y   ��� St,   Xo. 11 and      , balance on time
etween Gth and V'      two lol t
'     Sl   o,      mth Price Ten acres In Loi  163, one mile easl
V��'. 11   S2i"- ha I . ash   ' - ,.,.,,,,, . , ,   .       -,,-..- ,      ,.       .,     ,,
cleared, N ,   ��� $315, half      n   ''"   r"" slze<1    '���><'���   "    *t, In of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas    L J
housi n  ai Vi mos.      7 FJurnaby,   East   side   100   yards  from  ''.'���' cleared.   $30 per .-icre. ���	
���      . Cliff  Can  factoi        Price  $1,020.
$1 150, on   sas: ���        5   700;
,--ri..       .. _ uu UL'i -a iiiuu  ib ouiiee, ���"""���"���   "''i*'..   "--i".   imi.   s;/. i'   ine.   .ini|||||���|i*j|inji #__ i _n ���. 1    run I reel   lu
.   ui-.! |  , _���.. \ \ltt\i    _.A(IIIU_,   liftl 1V/U c
ml can t in n   :  ���   $25  pei   n  " m   'etween    Firsl    and    Second    street, ^ anil m-is us its brain.   Of course ii  Is
v  ;��� ,;;���., ,,;,.   ..,--,;  , ,m:  ;.., ;,'   ',M.���,.,.   Fourth ,imm :-. on  ii.n.ii .--i.i.'.    P lei        ORGANS.    RANGES.   STOVES.        subservient to the genuine brain, bul
$1,500, half cash, balance in one vear        BUREAUS. BEDSTEADS. ETC.        at the same time does a good deal of in
al .. per cent I_       1 nni     d-l,eu_oul   thinking   for   Itseil     ll   Is
���' ��� ry    liniiel   aud   susple   ius   ol    any
range  objects   thai   i":   ���   near   Hi"
throat,
U-Cond'osnui lAINOiS
THE  HUMAN   THROAT.
li   Una   a   Soil   nf   Little  Brain   Thai
I'oitirnN  Um Actions,
I Mel yiui know that tln> throat bus a
bruin nl' its own' Few people ui"
aware of it, bul it's n fai i There is n
Bmall ���;iny:li:i which e ircises direct
control of ibe  muscles of the throat
3 f cas'i.
In one or two   ears n    . per i em
,-..      , . UNO acre        i   e Ridge. Sect! mi
!"'  -: ��� one-half pral       ,,;,, .���,_   ,:; ,,,���,.,   ,,,., )y f|||. cl).
mile   from
per  acr..
ml St., side ''.'' .  '       '      ' '       '   ' '   " sma"  :'' '-'   tivatlon,  good   water   half
,Tdo; ' '' !'       Se ' '       '' '"  ": S""   ^'""'- al Chiiliwack, $75
aiii.l    o lion 2., $60    er arn      lectl       2S, $55
elo
Rushton & Speck ",
���77u-
For this i'imi sou ii is vi i��������� d __cull C >-:
i . ....
��� ���   ���   ith
r ice $2,300, ',.
.,i  7
mi 1
I;
id;       -
ll
T.   ms one-tl   ���
-.   ���
.   Sum
$ ) lie I - '.,
.
SECOND-HAND    STORE n  Physician to operal   the throat
.    ,..   ,.   ,,,,,.     conveniences, on Carnarvon street and v\c also do all kendo rectlon It Is necessary for the operatoi
"'    :'.'        Slxtl :et, two storeys, $3,750. ^general   repairing. ,���,,,,,, ���; m- f the little      i'.-j
me and ��� Sign   Man on  Wheel. that dominates It.   lt I'r-n Miliy  :
!m. '    Ive  , mm   m      2 In;.-. ���  'i .   ��� i. i ;2.vi:!2, corner of   Columbia St, New Westminster weeks  before  ihis   ii ��������� cau  i".1
Iho Crescent;   7-roomed  housi      Price Ph , ��� _ Becured, aud  until  il   is   iccured  it Is
$10,300. J/a cash, balance 0. 12 and  18' ' *"'   * Impossible to perform an operation,
Ized i_xi;i2; 2 storey
���
���
avenui
: ���
i   ii
i
i.
.en   . ���:.  .   .
il ���������.;;    12
���        un
sl '���'.���- I
re, i . c ish, bal-
��� ;
ii. 11: ii.
months.
i I                                   '  '. .'....' 'i '   isol  ii    lairs;       ...    , , . , , .
-                                                                                          .; ���" , 12 en 121 i  St., i .!
��� li                             ...              i        ents; nevi  house:    .   ;     ; mm-. Price $2,300
:   $3,000.   '-���  ��� In  fi months al   7  , ish, bal   6,  12  ind 18 months
i a r.l.   Pn ci ��� . , ,   ,
ul  20 .���   ls,    fruit   lands,   u
, .   .      lecoiitl ie  fi em  s- \\ si
Woo tn Hn- in in who en ten   ��� ��� rou -. i
side;   l     Wocf'nialv.Or   him    U/nrLc   treatment to the throat before g
one-third   TTl_.dlllllll_.lt_l     ��it"l     TTUlllJ   tho little brain's confldciice,   His oper-
h.   balanc -   In   one
A Good Special
Five acres on LOth Ave.,
right across from old res-
;���. city limits. $1200.
Hi If cash, half in >ix
months.
[louse 24x24; I n oms;
framed; insidei hits-lapped
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land \To.
!.  Bal. ea i!y cleared.
sl, on u|
utlons  "ill   be   ri'si'iii ��� i   -.. Ith   viol 'lit
GENERAL MACHINr.    ..nu c.VUIND    pnroxysms, flrsl   if the tln.al   '    n of
i   .luncllon: $20 pei u WORK lhe dlnphrngm, and, If the operator still
,. iiii I   . SHIP SMlTHIMi, BKiuurj and        persists,   the   patienl   will   he   Ihrown
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WUHK,        Into coiivulsluns   Still more i      .   .
pr, fir, C6 " 'tl      reals  fo     $10   pel _ Ilin   rm-t   Unit   lbl_   HIIIk   hcnln   lm_   n
Ornamental   Iron   wont,   mc talus     '    '���   '   '"'"   ""    '''"'   l"m"  ima ���'
.   in.I   bier.    .       soil; goi I roads   mouth,   'Me    $1,030, Fences  Gates, Fire fcisca ������ memory, aud If ouce frightened In tills
lln,iso.    lu   l-iioius, l1 ilea        M;. 11 orders Hnd corre |   i lenoe lo    way   It  is almosl   Impo     do  to ever
17 i :   race on IGth   ���'   i   '     u e   ami   S    _m .   street,   vi""1' ^:li'1   iu   ronildence,   uo   matter   Uow
.,     .   ,     ,���,. !,;..   $2X00.    I.- in   i in    " arrange I .^v^.^,  "  ' 1!" '       ���
���.!.��� ��� !      each.    Prii e i  :...���      eetwi en   Sevi ul ,
;    m  ,. - ih     SIi        lol    at en h. ���.,,;.���    ;i,,,i  || niiill ui    troi'i   easl   ul   N)1VV v.
F.,m;    un :    me li ilf   ai res   between       '  ''      '"       ' : pl' ' ''' : lhl fp| "' !-	
I   Eighth   a\ muei   souih   " :'     '   'l|!'    !1 ,,;' '"' ,: '   ' ''       '    "
,.    ,,   3,2,^00. haIf ' n  !'-    '' >''   "' ���'  '""'   -veai   -!l   ~i   ���"*
I OH IN REID,
ui'i'.iHii-; h ' ui.i. i
Mel'i' I it. f     I I     47<
hous
10   rooms,   also
cent,
7 Lots mi   Tweirth   street, between
;-'��   '���' on  '"": ���n"illi"' B,lb  l!' "'  Queen's and Third avenue; wesl side
.    :.. ,300 cash. !. clean I; si/.-   0, r|1|. shop.    ,.,��� siz(,    pr,ce      500
'"    '��   i-'   '   ' cash.
ise      ml three    lol 3, corn t ::r 1
The sinip Bread <>f I'Mmtnr. ,
in Hungary  they do nol ent fresh
brend.  Whether II is I auso the Hun
garlans believe In hygiene more than
their American or Euro]. ti brothe -.
und Bisters or uol bus ne - ��� be ��� i i ild,
imi   the   Magyar   Is  partial   11  stale
Westminster
"-rB-TKBH-C^-r   Jf^dTb     bread, nnd the staler tho bettor.   His
___��� ���_.���>�� u   _,'j      ^_vlj��   ..roZ8kenyei.i.. ,���. ordinary black brend,
ColuoibM  OI
\. '   and  I l'!i  SI
i oom house nn I
lb acres .forth road,    -"-| of ;i mile
liitchon,    Prii ������ $1,r;00, one-third cash,
.   Price $l
ial
; ,     ovements;   lol    66x132
earl   Of lOl   se!  (illl   With    ,    ,    (.    |n(]   ,n ,.     ,    ...
nice    lawn.    Price
trom city limits on    Porl  Moodv;    i   i^-1""'" delivered    proti
acres     under     ciilllv.'illoii;
���roomed
pari of the eli y,
��s   ami
I   n in
nnd     v. eodsbed ;
house; frame  burn;    chicken house;
barn 40x80;    fenced and in g<
im ll is eaten by the very i irge ma
jorii.v of the Magyar populal on, Is
carefully laid away on a shelf and dug
mil for consumption months an i
;-v '���> "n months after it has come oul of tl ���
1 great ovens, if the hum' loaf, weigh
lug something like Ave pounds und tor
1
'rice $450.    s .,,      j.-nn (|J    |,aiance 6 and 12       .                  i  i,-   u���i._, on 2nd loi l,Iini 40X80;    fenced nnd in good    ���-
nee te          j ' "  " "    '-         '., . istii St.,   w.-xt side; l)ajr 8min side.     Price $4,500,   half
j lis at. i   l"'i  cent. .,,.,���                ..   .. ,. ,i .  ..,,.i,  nnd pnn- ,            ,
' c    n in i ot��                               "                   -         :. ,n���h, ci;, ctsh, bal. hi i; months al 7 per cent.
i.���i,i.MeeA,...i��, 8nap               ' r                                            nr rents nt $10 per
: n gi     an(j   ; Vacanl  '.u'^ for sale In all  parts oi       lltn ;-,,.���,,,    , ,, 2 lots corner of 10th and st, Andrew's
'i ':'   1   1   , '                      ������r nn ,    ��i _nn ���   loi     .���-.   C          mm 1   Sl     . ei,!���ii,,ii i"'1 - between   lib and  "Hi  Ave., wesl  side
ilzi I lol ,m, Citv, from $25.00 10 $3.too ^pp     "��� ,,, ,���0l Sl . ,|U ,,,,,,,,���,    ,.,. $HOn  ,,,,,,-
. ���������        .   I ,.,������ <ivi,,  |0| j���  Sapperton, facing      | casb,    balance e months al  7 pm- cent;
I I~.l,i .... t '.',���..,. 51,...I"   ���   ��bicb   the   Hungarian  p_ya  0  or 7
"-1  " Light and heavv Hauling lu,���,tz,,, equivalent to __��_< b or 4
'.    :,  i i ih,
Full sized
:; 'unette 3treet.
Price $150 cash.
i ilf Section 17 In Surrey,   both run   iiiniiixii from streel   to street;
i k'neni bargain.
CX     ^__^^,^F(
Office���Tram  Depot
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
cents in American money, bus carefully been hidden away for two years. It
is considered all the better. The Hungarian never thinks of where the
bread is to come from tomorrow, He
thinks nf where' 11 is to come fri.ni
next .vear, for he bus at least a year's
supply on the shelves. The Hungarian bakes her bread 866 days ahead of
iV_1T.PV"ll   V/llP.1     Ffr        I "llH>'     "or  Wednesday  baking Is for
_.__.��_-ell   .7 aicia, __iic.     I t,M> Wednesday of a year to come; her
Aerated Waters,
Thursday baking for the Thursday of
a year to come.
QZ*
il Estate Brokers
Agor;-s for Employers' ^nbiiity, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of Londos
Family Trade a Specialty.
1>I. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NBW   WESTMINSTER,   Et.   C.
To do the wise thins at all times and
cinder nil circumstances is difficult���
yoa, Impo.ilble: bul to make n fool of
o/if'. nelf is us eusy as rolling o:T a I ig,
��� . lntrfleld Republican.
\!
_ ���* s
THE   DAILY   N EWS.
TUESDAY.   APRIL   16
4
TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
1 BALLOTS WILL ELECT
QUtEN Of THE MAY
SCHOOL   CHILDREN   WILL   VOTE
THREE     CANDIDATES     TO """BE
SELECTED   FOR   ELECTION
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
Rooming House
���
..TOR SALE...
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Ltd
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland --- Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS md PRESTON
rhe ��� lioosing   the    May
Quei .1 this ;������ ar ��ill bi somewhat of
,i departure from the time honor.j
uli . ;es fori casted in the Xews a ft w
days ago, This duty in former years
has ii i .i . ��� nded to by a committee
:... ointe I for the purpose, bul this
... ar's qu<' ii .i.i be chosen by J_e
school children. The Following p"��n
has een deci le on; any public
! chud! pupil wh i _ ishes to nominate
.. qui en I : .- May, will w rite I li -
������   i:e on a   -lip ol -     . nd   send
thi   secret    y,   W.  S.  Carty, al
���   ��� i ,   -   i offlc
Tin    II paper on \\ hicli appear
Ihe nan thi es w ill then
.   ��� ���   ��� ���    ...        all    resl :��� n
eel In one hat, i hose
���   -i    Eighth   streel "and
1 streel   In anothi r  and   nomi
nees easi f Fourth street in the thli I.
' Ine aai - om each hal will be
then drawn, em I ,i vote taken from
schoo children on the three
nann -. thi me '���:.:: ine the mosl voti;
tn be declared Queen of the May. Ml
nominations musl I e in by tomorrow
evening, that the committee may be
able to make all necessary arrangements in time. In view of tin's arrangemenl the prospect for a queen of
n-ell appearance heading the procession this year, are undoubtedly good.
���with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It I'TP-
Berves and brings out natural beauty ot
the wood, lt produces a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Dse it on your Moors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all danolng noors.
You can get Johnson's (ree book,  'Tne
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
K   and Furniture" and __eseprep-r__0-_o(
. t
Anderson &
Our New Wash
Goods Fascinate
r
__<
^
The Old  Story,
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   343
'Phcne   105
'Phone   10;
CARPENTERS....
and Builders: Purchase your supplies from us.
Full stock of Tools, __c.,__c.
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia'St.    Tel. 65
_     Agents I'm   "KLENO." "_��
To  the Editoi   ol   thi    Dail,' News.
Sir: I shij pi I a i ar loa 1 of lumber
<in Fi i li j morning by the C. P. K. to
Agassi_ foi the Man ison Hoi Springs.
I was as; ured at the offices that il
v.- . : e -mm arrive there Saturday
morning and inform i them so at the
S] . Ings so they ha 1 a team in re a li
ai ss   ' i haul   il   away  on   arrival.
II is now Monday noon and I have
receivi 1 a t< legram saying thai no
word : th< I imbi r has been received.
I also sent up two carpenters on Sun*
day see ;.< to -,.��� ..; le to start wort
Monday   morning.
They are i n the ground and no
lumber. II is only Tin- old storj ��� :'
how ilu- freighl fi om this town is
treated. I mighl say that if I ha 1
: ��� nati rials in Vani ouver
the consignment w< nl I have, arri .-���-1
. Fridaj   evi :.:-.. earlj     Satin lay
morning,
In fact, to en I It all we are ��� m-
pelled to b ij ��� ��� ��������� hi i i r pay ex-
pre ������ e barges foi  ��� vi rything we- wanl
e|e livi : -   I
.1.  C.  ARMSTROXG.
Ve w   V. stminster,   B.   ('..    .prii  22,
1A07.
ALSO
JOHNSON'S
Wood Dyes ana
Crack    Fillers
J
A hsolute A ecu racy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor i':r,ou:s what
quantities and materials to
put in your prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders. Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to have your prescriptions
filled by us.
.- ;      -. ���  i .    ��� i    nm .10 hi . play. !  w
lighlfdl '   '   . I i>! ���        I'liilnil
tcilllitie       ��� ���        ��� I   '!:   :;
have see n oui . bu vi Ing ul:
���'.���:,''.'��� i .     -
( .... red Mu lin.       ���
I'i . and I) ��� 	
In it'll anil  il    ' - 	
(iin i   ... aim        ���        .1   	
Se    ������        xliibit ol   II.-      le -Ileal   IM Inl   , per yard	
Summer Hosiery
ien you buy your ne\s Hosiery,  see that  you   -���
'lurr ii..'-. guaranteed to keep the color.   All our besl  goe
by ihe Hermsdorf process.
Cotton   Hose,  in all colors,  Including   black,   Lan,   white,
graj . etc    15c per pair up
Lace Hose In black, tan and white   50c per pair up
I   pn      Ho    .  black  and  tan       50c   per  pair u;
Usl.   Thread  Hose ...        -)Cc   cer pair up
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
lai.'*:'.*;.*"ay:.a:.a':a^ |
:���   ___   __   i __ t> . ^* .  __  _*   i _.,
TaA.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
:*:    _________ _wt._.
URNITURE
."&__���_*_ .-_...���
u
Ellard Block,
New Westminster
Griffin   Jury   Disagrees.
ugh; :  .    _]   il   22.    Tl e ju       :,
isi    if tin   state   vs. D. A. i). iffin,
e   nsl mm.   :he     v idi m i   In [Tie
case   fe tv-six   hours, 'disagreed
���m; -     ,:;..-   Judge Neterer.
''������'��� In m        barge '    with    attacking
Win; li    '       - in, a   '".- vi   r-old girl.
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
?'..       rhi       i   t and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at 1
.*.
>���      Our .    an i ce sale is still i n.   Over $15 000 stock still to
;���;
,���;      Ni       in '���   arri\ ing daily.    Latesl st\ les and bi   I I in   ; ���
,���,
'���:
.���]
fi
$
>;
W. E. PALES
���i* <a
IURMTLRC    EMPORIUM
V   716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four  T'ccis.      Rear Extension.  Front SI   ', \
;���;  ...  . I
?���:.�����.��.���'����� .���,.���.,���*����� ��������������. t.).��<>t>((.��M��4��MM����M��Mit>i��
BOOKS   AKE    GOING   FAST.    SEE
PAGE TWO.
A,"MO
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SOMETIME
you may require a
LEAD PENCIL
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Dates Ahead
\   ' II  23- Lawn '    mils  Club  Meel
Ing,
April  23���West   End      tcroe      Club
Meeting.
April 2-1    Hali      i    .hist Club    Im
\    II I'm    ' mil    i.   Ige, I   (i. i -    ���
...... i
'-���  ill  29   Ini    e  ion  ol   Mil
April   : '    Vi   tr    Meeting,    Qui
\ \ i nue ( hn: ch.
FANCY GOODS
-Al
oreys
217-219 Columbia St.
���
Yo i can get a good one from the stock carried by   %
���   '*'.'*"*..*"*;-'*''M^^^
j. j. mackay t. co. [ |...Homes For Sale...}
JB B
?5 '<__?-' t_    4h K is
30 Buys
I
foi   fruil   ai
-  -
;: m .mm ;  ,. ii   ; ame ho ise, barn and on
itit.   Pi Ice, lei ms   $.-650
Si oi     :    .    acres, _ rn ni town;  7 acres eli    ��� I
good house;    ood onvi ... al to school.    Pi Ice  ... $170C1
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSCN, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANC E
eni'v____Kj_K\__vu___r. _v-_u_i'__a'tjv. T��e>
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
	
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Btt'***"" ���"������"---�����*.;_(
: Electric Railway Service \
���*��� ,. ���
i*s roun      Vvnmie, i                    , m idei     ;! ������:         r   rooms; >.
J new i          ���    ���:   throughout;   i  bi tin         u       h i,      Prion >J
'fi  $3,000 V
fi   U
'*] r'lftli Street, below  Fourth Avenue, new modern  hvelllng, >;
ej '    room  ;     I    bedrooms und  bath iijistairs,    Pric. $";co: $
t.   %   ifg   __     Ss
��� Inter-urban   Line.
��� Cars fur Vancouver and Way
stations will run every half-
hour I'r-.m 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:H0 and 8:1)0
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
(5.15 a.m. to 11 p m.
_._ Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 'I and fi and 7.
���
���
���
��
30 Minute Service during re- ��
malnder nf day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. j
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
iween S a.m. and il p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  from  6.25 a.
ni   in  ll   p.m., except  between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during
which lioiir_ ilie- Bervlce will be J
half-hourly, ���
Sunday service   halt-nourly '.e- ���
tween 8.30 a m. and II ; ,m.        ���
:J S nd  ���-' root, good house, 7 large rooms;    orchard ami >���
'*}              'table;  lol   110 >   200  feel ;  .-.11 cleai   I;    lirli ;,  I asi menl >J
;���; under kitchen.    Price    $3,550 :*'
St. George Street, two houses, s rooms; light; citywaler;
nice  gardens.       Price $2,000 each
Sixth Street, below Fourth Avenue, two modern bunga
lows, ,', rooms, bath, pantry, etc.; nice lots, with lane al
back.    Price   $2,000 i    h
Good terms can be arranged on the above properties,
1    faW$"i\
Nanaimo Street, two <-ni ages on full size-.!  lot;    lol    all
cleared.   For cash sale $500
��� ���
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd 1
IF. J. HART & CO
.���,
__.***�� _4 -��.*<t ��,���$_�����< *���������<>��.'. _������*�����**>-** ^���������v��K***-0-*<       teS&Bs&aaaWBS^
to ral o ��� .  i.i stock Is goo I I'i | D.    We keej) tho hesl an I the
besl only.    .Make your chlekeni   lay hy giving them good feci!.
-      Strengthen your live stock   by   building up  bone  and  muscle,
and  use CARNKFAC.
l.A.ni|.;s hnvo you tried the Pastry Flour made by Iho I hurfi
Milling Company,   If uol  Telephone 333 and try It; the results
obtained   are excellent,
cQUARRIE & CO
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephones:,:
' J__ IF?, f.
vatM&'':h.
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