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,.! MK J, NUMBER 71
WAR
301901
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NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C,  III! KSDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1907,
10 CENTS PER WEEK
FRUIT   TREE   PESTS.
l/lany   Abandoned   Orchards   Reported
to be in Deplorable Condition.
VV. .1. Brandi Ith , :
''��� Frill I Glow,
cently   visit, ; ....   .        ,
__ md  notified  < to 1
tree   affe,
..-: May Refuse   to   ���    ���    ���    paving thei
surance on Wrecked
Fay l r
Leviathan
yjght Have Been Averted
H INVESTIGATION TO-DAY
11 i     '   <    ��� " ire a
Catastrophe| [a,lnl"
i
have   i
'
���
i :s   of   Shabby  Treat- J
s of the  Crew  cir-
:  .     . iere���Sailors Sh,p-
... th   Steerage   Tickets
���   ,"
-Zf
M    :���
r    Q/j Assertions.
���7.   Th,    Inv,
. .   the
iv, ...
:.    ectors   Whit- j
��� c imni, n ���   taking
of the wre,
.   the Tremoal
r, :i ler, -1   until
Capt,  Fran, k,
lin
��� -..   3el m   ���
mu    In - iran< e    on    th,
waa   on,
.    . .       ted, since
th,   .- hirahama  < 'oas
.   :,..:..   s op,   atln
��� ,    .   -a atei -.    Th,   I
���  ���   ���;.  ; c than  i'2 ���
<&   i
'li   kinds.     .-  in
.   hav,
ed i    i row wi
t time nut a single      ��� ���   .
Th   e appen
'  ' the     '.'
������ who hav,
aying      ���      Ire,
[���ceivert   M      Brand iti
whethei
wil]   he   <!<   ' i
I be allowed
earing  tree
��� . Ighl
e Id, is certain
lasl   ah,       ���      lhe mei
��� I   to       a       the   health
lucin    tree
/SNTI-SALOONISTS   SHOUT.
Children   Parade   Streets   While   Local
Ootion   Election  is   in  Progress.
m    !���:       March   27     \      i .
tion election ,  ng held  here to
V ami : ...
I M  : .
of 2. i worn, ���
tin    Ire,       boul ng and ch, erin    I
.   ��� ,       . oons.
Scandalous i >r ' ': ock Pans (rn ��� Cafe Selected as
Tempi'.' For Sacrilegious
Rites Conducted
MHR BLASPHEMOUS KITUAL
lice Make Raid and Discover Elf gy
���' :"  nc-;  cf  Evil   Set on  E'hck  Al-
.��� 3 egatioti F sd in Time to
-'-   oid   Arrest  and   Exposure���Tra-
y on Christian Worship.
DEALS IN  WINNIPEG.
Real   Estste   Changes   Hands  at High
Prices.
���   .Mar, h 27     I he mosl Im-
���   in ��� us Iness  pro-
ty   wl     ��� rred   for   some
3,   we, li   when   M.
on Main
euth, to Geoi ge  Simpson, for
Th,   C, nwa:   I lock  is  one
���   old   landmarks  of the central
m  and   Is   situated on
i   of   Main  street, at   the
i    ���    street, adjoining the
en - ��� rmin-
������    Th .   ���     ha    i   frontage of
i Main hich makes
��� n -     ���    foot.
Voting M,       Chrl     in associa-
nrtei refused an
I ling on the
'���������������.,:��� ���' r    age    avenue
N'ege      tl .ns have
endii     for some  time      r  '1,''
e of this property, with i
' ���    fron  ig,     i   Sn Ith  -���:��� et, but il
,od th       h      eai has now
ugh,
Crisis
Paris Officials Recognize the
Gravity of Moroccan Crisis,
But Hope to Avoid Complications- Solution   Offered
SULTAN EXPECTED TO YIELD
Algerian Territory Constantly Er.danj
ered���France   not  Actuated   by   Ul
TIE-UP THREATENED. ,
Reached    in    Conflict    Betv/een
Trainmen and Officials.
Chi ago, March 27.���A crisis was
. hed I his aft, rnoon In the threatened big railroad strike, which may
tie up 42 western railroads, and pul
55,000 employees oul of work. Railway
raanag, rs an I union represents ives
fall, 1 in i reak the deadlock over the
demands of the trainmen and con I ic-
tors for an increase in wages and
shorter working daj s. After b', e
hours' conference the meeting adjourned without any step toward settlement. All ,,th*.]- efforts to aven a
strike are being made, but bol h i
ai��� refusing to male, furthei i on es-
sions.
FAIL TO  AGREE.
tericr    Motives���Uncorfir ned    Dis-' Ashdown  and   Bank   Officials  at Varl-
patches   Report  Oudja  Occupied by ance   on   Percentage  Question.
General   Liavtey���Police GrgaiizeaM
I
AN   INFANT   TOPER.
��� ��� Dakota,   Is
,.���     Sea tie,   With
e the r, malnlng  men
m> i   ai
.-.-,. ���    .,   ���! ,   [
i.     ��� o     Whitney i
-  ., lei   \\ hi, '.
��� piete    lestrucll  i
at  that  1
. ��� .   I
lug  the  1
���   ,���.    ��� lon
���   ,    ,;  ���        Northern
���..   les,   led th,  i
....   after   the
���
he coi
���.  \ ���       paid , ft   in
.   ���   !
'I ���   .el- -1
. men ���   with
���	
:   OU        '     3t,
I thi
���.,...������     ... ets  and
opelled I
��� .   ��� . it  foi   the
���   ��� m ��� .   .. th,
���oni] an; . vs ho per
tak,
YALE ROAD NEEDS
LOOKING AFTER
Toronto, March 27.���Although many
sessions have been held  here on the
Paris, March 27.���ln official quarters  Btibject, pi rtlclpated in by Mayor Ash-
here it is recognized thai the Moroc-  down and Hank of Commerce officials,
can situation  is serious, but  the con-   the ma,ter of replacing the $2,500,000
,��� census of  European opinion is  favor-   loan on  Winnipeg municipal    I    per
Five-Year-Old Boy Used ss Advertise-  able to France's action.   A solution of!cent bonds has not yet been terminat-
ment  in  Saloon. difficulties  is  regarded as simple an.l
Ottawa,   March   27.���Trouble  seems   not likely  to  produce complications.
pending  in   Hull   for  a saloon-keeper,!    The Sultan of Morocco Is expected
s in the habit of setting his chub-   tu yield  promptly all  the claims for-
son,  aged   five, on   the bar  as  a   mulated   by   the   commander  of   the
human adv Isement, and  who chal-   French armored cruiser Jeanne d'Arc
��� ' ��� in be, i drinking the oldesl top- now al Tangier, as soon us he is con-
ers in the city. Under encourage- j vine, I thai the French atitude is in-
menl from his father the hoy will flexible and thai France had the un-
om, twentj beers In an after- animous support of the powers.
o n surrounded by a crowd of de-1 No news has reached the foreign
graded admirers. office   relating  to   ihe   occupation   of
 ��� ���  Oudja  by the French troops.
Will   Open   Gold   F,e!ds. France  is  not   actuated   1 y  ulterior
Cape Town.  March  27.���Ir  was an-   motives.    Besides satisfaction  lor the
lounced yesterday that a proclamation   murder of Dr. Mauchamp and the or-
police    upon
Pari       I, 'l ,..��� ���    ie\
m    ������ alous e
eked        i' ...
���    .   ��� quiet cafe
,,.   .,, ,    elected at    he   temple for
.   oui   o!  ;:..- blasphemous
i I, I   .. i h the  am ship of
' ��� mi  was  fitted
��� h ireh.    Anony-
���   acquainted the
m ���   -. . ing on
.,   ' .    .
. : nightl;  al the , afe.   Af-
I   thej       .... de 1  to   the    up-
'  ii     roon     which   had   been   fitted
thick   dooi s  an i   iron   shul ters
I  furthei        tecte I    from    prying
y the a       .���.. nsi le ol
.
lolice -     ' '0 ighl
���   issue.i   about   the   end  of!ganizatibn  of Me,nisi,
ed. There is considerable difficulty
In having the two parties arrive at an
understanding, and the question of the
percentage now demanded for the money is believed to he an obstacle towards speedy settlement.
STANDARD Oil MONEY
!     GOES TO COLLEGES
MM
5HINGLE BOLTS AND LOGS BLOCK
PUELIC   HIGHWAY���"MAW COM
PLAINTS   HEARD.
I a ini
......
.. : ��� i v. II    black, on which
:       Igy ol th,   D, vil,  The
eremonj   tas a I ra\ esty    of
.....
Th,    U       ' ap] ear   to
I . . ���    ������.,..  . ���  mm    ;.:!������ ���-..'.
I,  md so the\ fie I in time, thus
. lading the police, All they lefi    ���
hind   were  a   nu rib,     of  docum, n ���
lealing wi nd i   luxuri-
ously-fitte 1 room.
There was   *   rii opening the Madiby gold fields   the  Algerian  frontier. All
;erian  tern-
Oflicii      assays   tory is constantly endangered. France
an average of over on, ounce of   believes   the   Sultan  will     yield.     In
ROCKEFELLER'S RECENT GIFT TO
EDUCATION IS DIVIDED���NEGRO SCHOOLS GET SOME.
gold '-I the Jon.
Jungle  Is   Dead.
,,..,',,���>    \i���r,.|e   ���'- -TV     ban    oa
i canned m, ats  as a  food for
the  British  Army  has been removed
th i  war offi, e.    This information
i ontaine i in a :��� ply s, nt to an un-
from Washington.
seizing Oudja, France places her finger upon the nerve centre of Morroc-
can commerce
.New York, March 27.���The firs, distribution by the genera] educational
hoard since it received John D. Rocke-
���   tin
CRESCENT CLUB
IS FLOURISHING
FINANCIAL . rANDII C ^T""
THAN EVER BEFORE���PRESENTATION TO  PRESIDENT.
MAKES MAN NERVOUS
Private   uncimfii'inei]   dispatches   re- j feller's  most   receni   contribution     of
celved here say that Gen Liautey has   W2.000.0O0,  was  made   al   a  meeting
or' the  hoard  yesterday   when  conditional gifts totalling    $625,000    wer.?
made u> five educational  institutions.
The money was divided tis follows:
Yale University, $300,000.
Princeton  University, $200,000,
Bowdoln College, Brunswick, Maine,
London,  March  27.���A  special  des-   $50,000.
atch from Sofia. Bulgaria, says thatl    Colorado College, Colorado Spring
ccordlng to some of the Roumanian $50,  ,
efugees, who have arrived upx* ths!    MfflspAUgh College,.       son, I
occupied Oudja.
BALKAN  BRUTES.
Landlords   Eurned  to  Death   in   Bales
0f Hay���Children Murdered.
Bulgarian side of the Danube, the in-.sippi, $2B,0Ou.
1IAR PRISONER
these
I maki    a cun
...   pxperieti
iinabl      to  .' m   ���..
,-.   '  th, j   have shifted
��� mum enabl,   their
.. mt to cross.
It,      ��� .... ,       ts to
, .
b ���  I   In . .
... , p if drav ltel a ev,
... ���    ������
havi   abse lutel;
ling, und i      pros
the  i,l,
have been guilty of I After making the appropriations the
the same ruthless cruelties which us- hoard voted to give an appropriation
���tally mark the feu,Is In the Balkans, of $42,500 to negro schools, the names
Many of the landlord das,- have been i of which were not made public, lesl
I urned to death after (heir bodies and | the hel], of the board tend to dls; f \
Imhs had , n enrolled ln thick j age gifts from other sources,
twists of hay and straw. I    Each Institution must raise a bj     i-
The  children,  the  refugees  report, fled sum of which the boards appr
have been hacked to death by the re-  atlon shall  be    a  part.      Yale    and
volt, .I peasantry. Princeton to raise $2,000,000;  Colora-
  do College,  $500,000;   Bowdoln,  $250,-
Weavers Wane War. 000  and   Millspaugh,  $100,000.
Guerilla    war-i    These subscriptions   were   decided
predicted by shingle weavers  upon after the board had consid,     i
Us   q ,. trs  new that  the Associated  Manufactur-  applications  from about  400    Institu-
TROUBLES PREY ON MIND OF RECENT ARRIVAL IN CITY WITH
SAD RESULT.
^ sail i     e w; mgl I I i the no-
cf th,      lice yesterday, when E.
\Y.   3,....    tt,   who   ha I   bei n   a, ting
stiai   el;    ���     late,  wi -        en  to the
-.. ting   Chi, ���     Bradshaw.
���   :i        '    ' ::"  :     '���'     '' ���   ���'"'" "       Everett,   March   27
EERS JAIL Lift
I
M-AVE BELLINGHAM
.VLS AND GRUM
���  SUPPLIED.
nfi  the  road and
.   ���
���     ���  ���'
I...     farm,
.
far , nd the i
In in -       '���   "
.   ���   ���
	
tn  ���
���   evil.
ow   uli
iionth
fiiian
h,
. . a
i ���
irrived I        > cit
��� ii  the tlm,   I hat
, en     ed  up on ac
event!   m . Ime
H
. ilrh
���
'     i
b lias I
���i  .    .     in,    in the
io free
��� aid  In ���      l '!
.   l  don't."
60 "...     if age, and
a   of  the  mosl  pe',Miliar
ti  es,   lie litis nn rein
or Mini in III . an I h
j .il of  Uelllngham  like u
moi be driven awaj an I
returns in   a   very  short
.
Too  Much   M;>rri*d.
.'    ','
: cut,  v
,,..      AM,  -     N
1
.
the
.
',
���
11 i
.. .���, i i,    ��� i . I,   go, leavln
proud
Leta
ar-
���j,,.   mixed  up in.n    i
one ol
autlfully   elosetl  optic,  and  v   i
.       ticie   of Clothing,    Chant in
leantlme, with  the wisdom be n
hese   natters, hail ''     ":
\
��� ���
Bold  to
:
.,    .       .        degre,     mo
,, Mrs. Dag
v..      alien   to   the
some  of the  nelghl ors
ers, b ���> h hone and t, legraph, hist
���ii: hi call, : off th, prop, 11 I join!
im ��� ting of empl, y, ���- and , mployees
to discuss features of the trade upon
which   th
. .   incr,   sed wages.
\ Se, retary Douglas, of tbe
.    Mills   Bureau,  the   writ, r  o
I,   .    .   ; ia s for the ma     me, In ���
anufactu ,     ���
who ���       . i  | (ha      . Tew
been i       .  .1 by him thai
eti it int]        i     to hoi I the |
��� i  - i' etlng.
tions,     Further distributions, ;���   was
sai I, wil] ! i- made before long,
.���;r..r.:;r'BLAME BLACK HAND
EOR fOUL MURDER
Latest C.  P. R.  Rumor.
Nanalmo, March 27.--The latesl rumor ln , inn,' lion with the C. P. R,
movementis thai the railway company
. .     pxp,   I,    e In 1
laketi advantage of the excih    ���
awakened  make himself scarce   It nppears
beet,  bn
ling to the oth, i
ter   share
anil   in   a   lli~
���   ie   hoboes wen
he had   to  b,
'''    ���   He slumbers to give room
'  ���    om rs     His  denunclatlqn ii  each lady, nccor,
' "' '    knew no bounds, and he claJmlng  more than
.' "   '    as a disgrace to be com- their  lord's attention
up his bed  In one of cusslon last night, hoi words wer,
.    "' '   real   lawbreaker.    By lowed  by hard blows, and dark
: " " instances he was forced and celestial orn  H
���    "     ���   ��� bench In  the receiving Inu scnttered around the place.
nl hoi       i the clu
.... .   nt     '' I    ^" ����       '        ' ' '       '"     -;'    ':  '   ^    ""
: reatly   dlstui bed,    efusln
hia young  ���  n, who m    ������
, ne of  the   mills,   te,  contlnu,    i 11
I ringing the other children home. The
C.  E.
lected: Presld ut,
....   i    vial   ������
SV. it.  Bu m  VV,
McDonald, J. H. Vidal,
���,.y several
Lasl  uighl  he entered n   police have h id th, Ir
I  al the kind of food   ramily Co, some ' " �� ���
'    ' The .���   ovists   in   his   for   the     '   doM   '
on the
I If
nol  ia
���  Reich, ., ach    S ���
..,   newly elect, I  members were
nd  a conslderabl,   ;-M<nm'  ol
unacted.    \ pleasant tea-
eve nin i �� .��� ''���'���'��� presenta-
el   i
i
The | m
wl uloglzed  Mr. Bart.
, n ,1] chosen words,   Tin
,  me as a surprise to thc
having found it al ; resenl Impractl
cable to bring their line Into the city,
ii. order to reach the w ater front will
back their train to the harbor over
Lhe Harewood track to the Green,
where il is said that a transfer will
bo   built   either  by   the   Western   Fuel
;'   ill'
. : loci o "���     ' ���il1""'-
,, who entei    hit second
wl of the executh ! the
. ���   ion was made by
neighbors then Interfered, and Acting   corapany ,������ the railroad company.
Chief  Bradshaw   was   asked  to   take 	
steps In the matter, No Votes for Hindus.
Alter a lengthy examination yester-     Victoria,    March    27.���The   Hindu
lay afternoon, tho doctors decided toi shall noi vote.    Though he is a Brit-
I Icl the man have a good resl .ml pro-  Ish subject nnd though he becomes a
,,..,��� care for some
,.   final   decision.
peculiar < ondl   before long
.  i come before P pol    Ij receive    i
;   ���
Cham's hn
city,
linn Is of the
ho had  ue.  Idea he had
...... te sucli recog
������
time', betore giving
Mr,  Daggetl   will
therefore spend a week or two In the
SI, Mary's hospital. Where the al  ��� nee
from car,' and worry will ver;
restore him to llis normal  health. The
permanent resident of British Columbia, be shall not be permitted to exercise the franchise,   The House agreed
to this ;-eslerelay without a dissenting
Vote.      [I   Is  the  second   measure  Ihis
Mm to receive the unanimous sup-
children will he looked after at thi   porl  of both  shies ,,f the Chamber.
Providence Orphanage. I The other Is the eight-hour day.
MAFIA SUPPOSED RESPONSIBLE
FOR BRUTAL DEATH OF ANDREW ZIEGLE'-t ��� BEHEADED.
Shamokln, Pa., March 27.���A headless body riddled with bullets an I
hacked with a knife was found In a
burlap bag on the bank of the S
quehanna River between Qeorgel wn
and Herndon today by Andrew Ziegler,
a farmer.
No clue hits been obtained leading
to the supposed assassins. The body
was embalmed and is at. Georgetown
where it will he held to await further
developments.
The Black Hand society is suspected of the crime.
The corpse was five feet and seven
inches long. The hands were those
Of a worlilng mun. The flesh showed
little signs of decomposition, which
the detectives say indicate the crime
was committed In the past twenty-
tour hours. The body bore ten bullet
and live knife wounds.
;l , THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY.
march
BERLIN WRITER
SCORES
ACCORDING TO SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. ENGLISH LADIES
ARE VERY POOR TRASH.
Berlin, March 27���The Berliner,
Zciinn- having sent a special correspondent to Engl anl to study the man-
ners and morals of the upper ranks
of society there, prims its investigator's views on the position held by
English women. He says: "Seriously,
it is appalling. Anybod) who observes
English society superficially and sees
sweet, dainty women in gorgeous
frocks and then notices how chivalrously men treat them may errone-
orsly conclude that this display is
genuine, Nevertheless this outward
, hivalry is nothing bin  a sham.
The. Englishman refuses on prlncl-
pl, te. take, women seriously. Kiev him
i he Is nol hing moi e than a beautiful |
I . i.. amuse tin- male pari nf hum-
anil;, luring Its hours nn, occupied
isiness, These beautiful, brain-
I, -��� lolls lake up all sorts of eccen-
��� m extravagancies, whereupon theii
nds mow tired of them ami entirely neglecl them. There is no real
community of Interests between English husbands and wives. The wife is
frequently Ignorant of what profession
hei husband follows. She has become
it: character just what Burne-Jones
��� ' sents her to iie in his pictures,
lib less, soulless ami brainless. The
Englishman himself is io blame for
this. ii,. has made the English woman what she is. si,,, |s m>t treated
as a human being, bui as a thing in
man's possession. She is an object
of sab., lt is sail, but truth compels
m< to record the fact that woman occupies a degraded position in Eng-
li nd."
Dates Ahead.
March 2S���W.C.T.U. Meeting.
March 29���Rifle Practice, Richmond
range.
March 30���Gun club Meeting.
\iuil l���Crick,.i Match againsi Vancouver,
April 2���Entertainmenl at St. Bar-
nal as. ��
April 2���Tuberculosis Building Committee  Meeting.
April 2���Ho man Catholic Bazaar.
April 3���Roman catholic Bazaar,
April 1���Sons of Scotland Visit Van-
aver.
April  1���Roman Catholic Bazaar.
��� ���
��� ���
The morning services during II .i;
Week in St. Peter's Church, will commence at S a.m. on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. The evening services
at 7:30. At the evening service on XX
I ��� Thu 'sdaj ,e set .non will be d ��� ������
���iver. 1 on "The R, il Presence," Al ��� ���
,���,,,,   evening   service  een  Good Friday   **
u
������
������
i jhe stations of the C*y,-< a se
mon on tbe "Passlo^ ������
Hotel  Guests.
i ii, !. in    Mrs.   T.   McXeeley,     La I-  ������
V.   Bern   tl   Hoo I, (l.   II.  Full ui,   ������
*���
Van i  iver;   H.  F. Meyer, Vernon;   li.   * <>
!��� '.:.-. ing, i 1. R. Kay, Vancom >r; ����
M ss M. I. Paull, Eburne; 11. Mole, |*
.". McN 'ill, Rosslan !: J. Pagan, ����
1'. A. 1 . "eiit en, Van< ouver; D, McFar-
lane,  Vancouver.
:   ���:���--.!. McKenzie,   I..    D.     M
.... X.  !; :   Ln i -   pie Im in, C.   I
S vici 11 la:   D. M, I: ,1 1 rtson, 1;
A.  Boyle,  Moan,   Vernon;   A.   Meager,
Mill     ��� :   .1.     il.    Latlmi        M isquit 0
1:. ��� or.
Col mial    P   I.. Se   u I, .!. il. Leard
1  I        Ki      vi    ���    '���    Langley,   \Y.
evley, P. Man Ore
WEARING A WIG.
A  Me la to Hie-  llenhh nl  Those   Win,
lln 1 tl   11,ml v
An eminent Americnn who while In
Par s consulted a famous physician of
thai city to ascertain ti there was any
remedy for baldness was told by tho
doctor thai the be it tiling to do was to
wear a toupee e,r wiu. The America;,
saiel that he always regarded the wear
Ing of a wig as aii evldeuce of n ma i's
vanity, bul he was epiite, surprised
when the- French physician replied:
"You are quite mistaken. Tho wearing
of a wig is regarded by lh ,se who have
carefully studied lhe subjeel of health
as a beneficent safeguard. A man who
from any cause has lost a go >,1 part of
his hair usually loses it some time after middle life, when his vitality begins
to ebb.  You musl bear in mind thai lhe'        -        "   i,s,s.    nave v���u i���m ,.,��� ,,,1,1 a aogT
scalp  Is  fl ed  with  mvriails  of  blond    "-  ua   i'-""'"-    m,.���,,,,   now   111 *'
vessel*   nnd when It is exn,^e,l with    berculosis of  llu-  Inters   i,   tic  early    ll""  >,nl ,0Tit k""u   whnt Pleasure
\essei . ami wnen it, is exposeo  vit.i a,.,..,,   ,,,���,���.,;,,'     can   be  had   In  his  companionship  in
nnl    Imp   riner \ncr   1  rit    ii'Hiirt'   nicin ct       vi��i.-��  *   ii.ni     mhi.i i   * I im ,ii "I     HhitI n 1 ���
out tne cohering nut naturi   intenaea wearin-  , w -    Tb , ���,.   rambles, in his quiet presence in your
to Hive it  a man  Is apt to sulle'r from '"
^���������������������������������������������������������������������'*'
E desire to call attention to our choice
and exclusive line of Footwear for
Easter.   Most good dressers look to
this shoe store for the newest and
best in Footwear, and we never disappoint
them.    This season we are showing an ex-
selected from the best makers in the country.
Fnr I ^rii^^ we are showin�� the
l ui lxiuics newest styles in 0x_
fords ancl Bals, made of Patent Leather, Vici,
Velour, and are the popular leathers of the
market. We might just say���that the shoes
to be found in our store, are an entire selection, made specially for ourselves. We think
we have the nicest lines ever displayed in this
part of the world.
Fr^r IVI^-pi we have the goods.  From
i ui mei i the finest shoeg made to the
heavy working and logging boots, we can
supply all needs. This season there will be a
great run on MEN'S OXFORDS. We have
these galore, made on the newest and most
modern lines. Our stock of Men's Fine Boots
at $3, $3.50 and $4 is unsurpassed by any
other store in B. C.
For MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Shoes
we know we have just what the people want.
Our prices too, in every instance, are notched
away down. We would be pleased to soil
vou vour EASTER SHOES.
BiG SHOE STORE
Columbia SL,   New Westminster, B.C.-
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"The Milwaukee"
TAKE
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TENDERS a I.
signed al  Ottawa,
lie IS    tor   :��� 111 .
Up to  noon  of
I'm   the const!  i
-Moi.,.linn   surf  boa!
complete.    The
free of till charge
the   Anenc.'.   of
Victoria, li. C.
Plans and s; .
. nnd forms of ten I,
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of this   Departmenl    .   ��� ,  \  *
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Xew Westminster, it  ������
Papers Inserting this
without  ant In,; ir.   ,
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Deputy  Mlnlstei   of M
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Departmenl  of Mat
Ottawa, Canad i   \l
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In the Supreme Uoun*
British Columbia,
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XX     IN   THE   M VTTER
**        JAMES  .K,it   kin:
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ceptionally fine line of Easter Shoes specially     xt
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44 issue i to me by t  ���   3
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44     the Estate of th,
--     quired on    o
April, 1907, ' .    ��� ���
to deliver  to  the
Christian    a.icl
and   descriptions, the fall   ��� ���
Of  their claims   a ���        ��� |
accounts and the i
ties,  If anj.  hi
Bed.
AND   FURTHER    TAI   .   N ���
thai  after Btich last i I
will  proc, ed  to disl       I    the .,-������ |
of the.     ii,]    ...      moi
11, -   i\:' Iiereto,   hai .   I
only  to tin ol    ivi I
then   ha   ���    : :   I
be   liable I
pari Ihereol to any in
ol    whose    claii ' 1
notice :i'  the
lion.
Dated al  New \\,
daj   of Man h, A.D
I ! ������ ��� .
James   ;
if .. Jtrr&fr     ^^* y
Tenders for a L -ense tD Cat TimtH
on Dominion Lands in the Piw
ince of British Columb 3.
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the   Gth   Mi   ���
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where   tho   South
ol  Timber  B
nue; lh, ui ������ up -
.   In direct   I
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South  Foi iv  �� Itlllll
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In one yeai   from  the
tice awarding the    ���
The   regulations  und,     '
Issue
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cense    will    be
forms   ol   tender
be obtained al this I	
Mi,, office of thc i
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. , , who need i i ��.-��� .���   i ,, ,���    room, hs unobtrusveness when human     The  Pion��r  Limited    St.  Paul  to
su,ben and acute attacks of cold, ca-   wno '"-'" w " ���" " "'�� ���"'���' NM!I not ,,  , ��� , pu:,,,..   "<;v,r���-��   t ;���,."   n���-,���.   .
do so must be regarded as victims of   company  would  bore you; n   "chum"       Chicago,    Short   Line     Omaha   to
van In   raih.-v iii.i ,  those who. accept-    wl'"   lllu':l-vs   adapts   himself   to   your       Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
nl  New Westminster, H
,    e '
Each  tender  in i
by an accepted cheque .
ed bank in favor ol
Minister   of    the    i , ,
tun,nml   ,,'���   th,'   :.m |
pllcanl  Is   propa ������ I
cense, i
The hlghesl or any ;
essarlly accepted. ^ ,      ,.r.
\o Lender bj  telegi
t, rtalncd,
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KKM
tarrh anil Influenza,   I have often pre
scribed the Wearing Of n toupee or wit, ,
,     i                  . imr  the  Inevitable    mnke.  ll���.  Iioai   ,,r iu,������l when  man or  woman  won ,1   i.'ir
to a  patient  who has (.'nine to me com- '"''   ule   iuoviiuuib,   uuik,    ine   oosi   or
plaining of his susceptibility to colds, their misfortunh, for I regard baldness "Poti you.   By all menus cultivate lu k���  train,  in  thr   service   on   any  forCONRM)   CARCROS"?   ATI IN
ami In nine cases out often after tho as nothing less than a misfortune to children a love o   animals, especially railroad  in  the   world  that   equal   in   WHITE   HORSE     DAWSON    and
wig has been, worn the susceptibility any man or woman^-Leslle's Weekly. '" "mnn'i b��*t friend,   the dog.   New equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-   FAIRBANKS     Daily trains  fexceot
has  ceased  al   once.   Many   cases  of , ork Herald. waukee &  St.  Paul   Railway,     They   Sunday)   carrying   passengers    mail    Depar 'tit of the 1
deafness I have traced to elds con- ciiiwr.-., ...���i dok��. own and operate their own  sleeping  express   and   freinht   connect    with
Btantly  recurring In  those  who bave The child who Is taught to love anl        If we fall to cou,|iier smnllcr illfflcu! and dining cars on alll their trains and  Btages at Carer
lost their hair and who have provided mals and to have a dog as a companion tics what will hecnnip ���f us wl  ������ ^ive their  Patrons  ;"i   excellence  of maintaining a throu
no   substitute   for   nature's   covering, Is Introduced b, a friend of the truest sanited by  grenterl   Tin,mas n Keni scrvice nnt obtainable el ewhere                                           "   ' '        l"
SomI cases of chronic sore throat are ami best kind   the klgd of friendship p!.. u   c  ROWF  r���.n,.r- ���  \.    .           ,,                 '   "''"J  ���                   "~               .   miirnTIOCQ?
X3l ThWst cor AM��,??S3 nd'o '' "   R0GE^S' Traffic J1"'8" P5PER FOR ADVER
Ottawa, Eebruao
1 THE lORHIE P��pH 12 ^' UR
sdav.
MARCH   28,  1907.
lilfci DAILY NEWS
3
Ladies $15 Watch
CHAMBERUN'S   SPECIAL
p. S. Bartlett,  6 Size Movement,  Fitted
in 14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
t C Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON   WATCHES
OF GOOD THINGS
Ti i EAT
DICK'S
)LD  COUNTRY  WATER-
WOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
jiyr TO HAND.      EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE Tli KM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
Jeeour Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
IJ tal is! e. 1887 Incorporated 1906
Gilley Bros, ltd
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
��  , ELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
\ WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
\ -\D  PEA   COAL.
,��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
]��� CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
. ER   PORTLAND   CE
W
|�� MENT.
!���    - ,       ,    .
|+      Ihis at, .1   Cemenl
��� ���       . all large contract-
��� rs in t
��� ROSEBANK  LIME,
���
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL
BRICK.
Fr mu tin '    .   irn ' laj i' .
SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
{Telephones: Office XS,    Manager's Residence 22 *
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SAW
MILL
Ilie Schaake Machine Works,iw.
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B.C.
K3**K3T.r.33!fflilH��
dr
��B ULUET I N
at Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dally NEW    WESTMINSTER V)    yea Un��
ti ni Blaine, Belllnghiim. Burlington, Mt.
I' tu Vernon, Everett. Seatt.le, Portli ml
m ni       Spdkane.sl Paul.and all points Baal
m Anacortes", Woolleyi Ilockport.
I     9:20   ., in
  Vancouver ;
|, in I
ti ni     ' -Tl���. owl." :.. t�� i Seattle,  New
Westminster & Intermediate points
���"   New  Westminster for Guichon    3:50 i'  m.
"xi ^ p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Fri,lay-
'. ti.iu. arrive trom Guichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. lor vain
IOUTE  OF THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland  Trains 2
������. St, Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, >
and   all   points   East.
complete Information, rates, l erth reserval on, ���
! Iress,
p, c,  MEYERS,   \m. nt,      t
of Commerce Building,       ������       New Wesli       '     >���
H   M. iDAMS,  \ '     '���
KiriB Street, Union  Statii n, ^' -i" ' ��� NN
3S&
Prime Meats
Beef
Mutton
Pork
CRACK   NUT  SUNDAY".
Queer   Method   of   Herring   a   Sermon
St,II  In Use In  England.
"(  i iiiitiiiini Sim,lay i attended
ii service in a ,ee,rtii of England country church tint would have driven a
New York preacher clean crazy," said '
tli'. iiian who travels. "The congregation dldu'l do a thing bul sit around
and crack nuts. Fan^y a New York !
minister talking te, n crowd of that
kind! The modern preacher likes to ;
ha' ������ things qulel when lie- talks. It
d ' one erl ��� him t,e hear a baby cry ,er
n woman cough or an old man snore.
If he i pul oul ley bucIi trifles ;is these,
Interesting t,, conjecture what he
would do if be were l>, take hold of a
congregation where ������ erybody brought
nuts to rrack during the sermon,
' Woi'SllilH'l'S,    it    seems,    used    ,il    do
thi~ in England and even In our own
states during colonial days.   This dis-
ttuce was uot a weekly occurrence
by  any   means.     If  it   had   I n,  the
I oor preacher would hav undoubtedly lefi his flock i" administer spiritual
consolation to suit themselves.   But as
II happened only once a year he was
e i   to  endure  it.    This  0ne  day
(tended by such remarkable  license cm c   lhe   Sunday  before
day and was <,, Ih-,i 'crack ���
���   ��� Sunday.'   Nob, dy, n" matter how
be mlgbt  be, liesltated to avail
elf of Ilie peculiar privilege granted li Im, aii,I men, women and children
me   to   church   with   t heir   pockets
stuffed with nuts, which thej coiapla-
c, nt l.v   cracked  nnd   mun, he-.I  during
the sermon.
"It was that kind of a sermon the !
so Impressed me with Its oddity. It
can he- easily Imagined that when !'<.r-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12.
New Westminster   i
���#? Kfvfli i tt
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ty or fifty people get to cracking nuts   flT"   " *-~T '-^ 	
Tr        -,    with nil iheir might the noise is apt t��    W M'SgfS \r7Z��ZPrf$ JL \W*?L^ ,���., ��� ^
Vea     be something terriiie, and mtuiv times    IE MSV.'/SaI     SIMPLEant,
the  minister  was  hard  put   ti.  i.  to j 111 ,^^^^     LASTING
'hear   himself   think.'     That    custom, I rT^jWi' '������ i-'
����,��*��                             from being regarded with high favor
 ��� for  many  years,  finally  came  to  be       ���.
lo eked  upon  as  a  nuisance,  and   the j   W
habit was suppressed, except In a few ' ii.ijw .j ���,i   ,
remote localities, although the acl <.f , W W My, i,
suppression was ttttended with consul-j \..r
erable difficulty, so firmly bad the nut '
cracking fever taken hold of the fancy j
of the people."   N'ew l'ork Press.
SPRING LAMB
���������������
Smoked Meats
Hams
Baccn
Rolls
TURPENTINE.
MothS   Will   leav..   if"   il   is   sprinkled
about.
Turpentine and soap will remove Ink
stains Ire.in linen.
Turpentine will remove wheel grease.
pitch and tar stains.
(lean gilt frames with a Bponge moistened in turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches if sprinkled in their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen clotb will
. lei ie te'ie sl s nicely.
A few drops added te, water in which
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
wP! k : 1"i|( ifp    as wel' as sanitary results are
\\y ~JX^.,i��"'��� l-;-j3 g>     obtair.pd from the use of Alabastine.   Instead of deteriorating with age, it actually
becomes harder, until  at last   it forms
.,-^-/*    part of the wall itself.
^   ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a lux jrious wall-covering for the
most handscm* rooms, leaving yc.tr walla free from tht delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if ycu will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Backs
PnrL:  (vimcarroo lixture of turpentl
lUlfi    OdUoagCb I linseed  ..il  will  remove   white
Sausages
Weinerwurst
White Pudding
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
marks
from furniture caused by water.
Ivory knife- handles that have' become yellow can be restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing with turpentl n,
Carpets can be cleaned and colors re
Btor   '. by going over occasionally with
a   broom  dipped   in   warm   water   in j Letters of Creciit Issued, available with correspondents In all parts of t
which n little turpentine is added.
CAPITAL $14,4C0,C0C.OO
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England,
Xew York, Chicago and gpokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
World.
Splendc-E  of   Cafes.
���������������
������<*�����
Geese, 15c lb.
Ducks, ISc lb.
Chickens
The cafes and hotels eef New York
are rivaling each other In the almost
oriental splendor with which they bave
fitted up small rooms for dinner and
tiller theater parties. At one cafe near
Broadwny ihe. sides of one e.f tin.se
rooms are composed entirely of mir
rors, after the French fashion, while.
the ceiling is covered with green leaves
and grapes, bunches of pink and purple
grapes of glass, within which nre electric lights. Tbe effect is thai of a Lean
tifnl arbor.   Another cafe has mirrors
11 cting small ivel lights throughout
the room, while the- celling, also of
mirrors, is an exquisite Imitation of
moonlight, the effect of which Is ob
tained by electrics inclosed in globes
of the color and sheen of mooulight
se, ,e through a delicate tracery of faint
green leaves.    [Exchange.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
:t.  iier annum  (prestJl rate)  added
and interest allowed at 3 per cei
four times a year.
Total   Assets  over  $168, ,000.00.
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. P. BRYMNER,  Man   ���
A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY
FOR EASTER AT
Reichenbach
A Sad Case.
\ e bieag i physician wns one day
died t ��� attend a Bick child en a
bal y g iteel" quarter of the Windy
City.
"Madai i Id thc doctor to tho
-   mother,   "j ,u  should  send   this  child
lnl ,   tii iu try   for   several   \ i ���
each summer."
������I am sorry to Bay, doctor," respond
ed tie" woman, "thai we nre u el rii I,
enough to ,1 > Unit."
"Then,"    suggested    the   physician,
"have her soul by the fresh air fund."
������(ih. doctor," exclaimed the. woman,
"we are nol  poor enough!"   Harper's
Weekly.
Th
e
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Correspondents  throughoul
the world.
SAVINGS   BANK
ONK DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
tines, ii year.   Start to-day.
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, S TO   9   O'CLOCK.
CO., ITD.
Too Selfish.
ciiiman What's tin1 matter with all
y,,ii Swainpliurst fellows? Von don'l
seem to like my friend Backlotss. Sub-
bubs N'o; he's solflsh. Cltluian Oh,
come now! Siililnilis That's what he
Is     A   bam  near him  caught   lire  the
Canadian Bank of Commerce
other night and be pul ii oui without paia.up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
waiting ie,r the resl ,,l us members of r-      r       ' T      '        '                                               ' "i"��f��"��jwv
nil    I   nolo  on<l Qofail fltnlOfQ   u"'   Swamphursl   Hose  to   reneh   the HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
nlllllliSllIo dllll ilClQU UCalDlO Bcene,   Philadelphia Pul  Ledger. B.  E.  WALKER, President,                    ALEX,  LAIRD, General Manager.
Phone 101.
The Comfortable Fortune.
"What is your iih'ii of ii comfortable
fortune?" asked the nmbltlous youth.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
"One." answered the man of expert- .     .  ��� , ,,    , .     , , ,   .     . ,, , .      ,
... ...   ��� ������,, ,��� ,���,,.,.,,��� A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts  may be opened and  con-
ence,     t is big enough to buy yon ,,���.,���4, n ���uu-ii i u������ ���<��� *u.v.,.���_,.
e
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everything you want and not big
onough t�� attraet the attention of the
���and jury."   Wnshlnjrton Star.
A  Novelty.
Guest I bear you are going to give
Up housekeeping. Ilost-Sh! Nol SO
loud! My wife wants to have the sitis-
faction of discharging tho cook.���Puclt
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received.    Interest allowed at current rates  and
added  four  times   a year.   The depositor is subject to no delay
whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
i
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THE DAILY NEWS
THUPSDW   MA���
i���   MARCH 23
THE DAILY NEWS
Pul lished by the Daily  News  Pub
lishing   Company   Limited,   al
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroni
streets. New Westminsten B. C.
E.   A.   Paige.
. Manager
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
Fverv erocerkrrps WINDSOR ~A." ,,.,,,
cvciy grott-i      v R SALE���-Finest   strain  Win
SALT.    No other is so pure, so
delicate.    Best for the table.
New   \   ��� '   iii
;. SOMETHING  GOOD   IN Alex.Speck'
FRUIT   and     I*       A     J^^I   j    j ^.
garden LjJTVL^UQ
12d-70
WANTED���Lady   Housekeeper,   light
work.    Applj   Windsor  Hotel.      '1 '
ADVERTISING  RATES. aomen. and  graft" utterances bj  ar
Transient   display   advertising,   10   tides   published   in   Eastern   fory  pa-  WANTED_Waitress, at once    A|
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines to . ;>: and now we shall have the more
the inch. Five rents per line for ,,,���,.._ an,j ;, ,., respectable agen-
subsequeni  insertions {   .,      Bcandal   ,,���,,,,������.   bowling   fm.imnu
Reading not ces, bold face type, -"; ..   ,
cents p��7 lin". brevier or nonpareil,  "i , beat the band" as il these vague
10 cents per line. Insinuations were proved lacs and it
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-  evP,.y  Uberai    prominent    in    public
tions  apply to advertising mauawr ' besmirched thereby.     They
Notices    ot    births,   marriages   oi   '���"��� WANTED���I-Vmalo   Help   wanted   at
:, . ��� n0|  worrj  themselves,     Ne, Lib    "H"'tu ,,',,,
,���  tne      once.    Apply New Method  Laundry,
Burr block, Columbia .street.       dtf
Depot  Hotel, at  the dining room,
���A .slim of in,,ney which ow iter can have ley proving property
and paying for ad. F. Buse, 12th
streel and 10th avenue
deaths.  50c.     Wants,   for  sales,  lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one con:   Rral, having   and   valid   claim
per   word.     No  advertisement  tak-m   :jI.t,   proposes  to tolerate or support
for less than .5 cents. ... ,,,.,,,-,���i   ,,, he
i.i  public  lite any   man  pro\en  w u>    (-.qr  SAL
iisln :m sl oi of unclean life.    That is
oh,   of Ihe things in  which we abs i-
TELEPHONES.
E���6-room  house with  bath,
lectric light, etc., on T, nth street,
5!Jit��Offlee ���.'���.'.'.'.'.'.���.".'.'.!'. !'.'."i'.ii  '  ' '" fQll0W "ie example of
 -.certain   ,f our Torj  friends,
close   In.   $2,000.     Also   three   lots
near citj   limits for $50 each. P. O.
jj$a.AT3fei
box aii, h"��v. \V?SUliittSt?L
itt
THURSDAY.   MARCH   23.   19C7.
Iron Trades Will Strike. FOR  SALE    Fruil  Ranch,  ll acres,   I
San Francisco, March 27.    On Maj acres cleared; house, stable 50 fruit
. .., v   ;l;: ,;,,. ,;.,���. i,. , |es [j, San fiaii- nves: on tiiaitt roa 1.    Cheap, $2,650.
"                             cisco,   comprising twenty-one     unions White    &     Shiles,     260    Columbia
THE   EETTER   TERMS   QUESTION.:                   (J   n   ...i;,     ,        fQ   ,ln eight- street,  Now   Westminster,              dtl
\<   ,v ,.-.   to    ..    expected     th ������������      ' ���"   strike   ,vill affeci   the
be   ,:.������,: loi     l-nioi    Ri: Ion and Fulton It ... works, TIMBER LANDS-.               exclusive
the i lacl ine ati :    ,pper and holler ly in timber.    Have 1:          ml small
. .i ,ps in ;;;,. cil .  nn I all th   construe- Ira, ts   on   ^y-:.     I:   ; ou   wish   to
I, ii   vv, rk   which  re iuin s the use of i) oi s 11,        n e    E. ii. Chan Her,
i,.on- 107 Hastings sm.  Vane mver, it C
160 acres on McLennan road, Surrey, close to station, lions,. 16x24;
I acres in chicken runs; S large chicken bouses; 15 acres cleared. Price
$25 per acre, one third  cash, balance easy tonus.
10-acre Lots, close to city in Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Lulu Island,
from $200 up.
13 acres with water frontage opposite Royal City mill, for $225 per
acre.    Terms.
160 acres al Halls Prairie, close, to  postofflce  and   station;   100 acres
cleared; 7-ro  house, with bath; harn 00x100, 3 fowl houses, pig pens and
slaughter house.   Price $14,000, $5,000 cash, balance easy terms.
160 acres in Chiiliwack district, all cleared and fenced, on main road.
Price $12,000, half cash, balance l and 2 years.
77 acres, im. miles from Westminster Junction, fronting on ther. all
chared.    Price $70 pcr acre, one  third   cash,  halance easy  terms.
SO acres, -J miles from Westminster Junction, all , leared. Price $60
per   acre,   one   third   cash,   balance easv terms. ,
Call   and  see  cur  list of house: and lots in the city.
s
econd Hand St
or
Second Hand Goods ���/
all   kinds   bought   Qnd
sold for cash.    All Mail
Orders promptly Qttend
ed to.    Kindly write
call at
or I
ALEX. SPECK
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Agents    -
Sign   Man on Wneel
Columbia S:. >   . v
!t*tt
Phone ^7-5
the    . m. mi tee    agreed    that    thei e
should be no legislation with  regard   room house
ic ...: I selfish course   o -
na     ...     Metier tei ms" reso
asse i   ..,   the  Legislature    m
Me  ...       The    N'ews-A Ivertis  ,   cen-
i   i���.������   Liberals   for   trea ing   the
mi a "partizan" spirit - which
i- , xactly what they did not do and
th, Col mist, going a iittl, further, deli .ei ately misrepres, ai - the <..... isi
Lion ..;. saying thai they havf by iheii
. ��� approved of :he granl of >i 10,-
. il a .. e a: foi ten y, . - as a sufflci, a
si tl, :..��� ni ol the . i.lines of the Pi
licce. ���       ,**.
The fac! is thai tl e Liberals have
pul themselves squarel; in record as
dei laring that British Columbia is entitled M. something very much bel ter
than a million dollars as satisfaction
of her special claim ror better terms,
on tl ;.' of and a;.art from her gen, ral
claim in common with the other pro-
vine, s, un ler which she will receive
an additional granl of $115,000 a year
immediately, and a good deal more in
the near future.
The position of the Government, on
the other hand, is thai the claims
and Interesl of British Columbia are
v, ry   small   things   Indee 1.  compared j
with the partj interests of the. Conser ' "", " s,"!",', ,!" 1",,N' ""  -%rl Thn4
vaiives   and  the   glorification   eef  Mr.
248 Columbh St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
NEW WESTMINSla
.JOB PRINTING���We tvork for th,
besl [), ipi, d! X, ������ V. ��� tminstei.
Yo ;. or ler ,\ 111 b< appr, ciat, I.
ARROW PRESS. Re >:.. I, Dailj
Xews   Block, MUS.   DOMIXY, Prop.
Liquor Men Barred.
Toronto, M irch 27. \ proposil ion
t e e ancel the membi i shi i , I'M ilie ate s
of me.n employed in tiie retail sal, ol
liquor provoked a warm discussion at
th,   meeting of the executive con
(e,     ,1   ���'.���   Ancient   Order  ol   United .	
Workmen.    At present no man in such      Eighj   ,.0om house,   Carnarvon   Sl
employment   can   get   into  order, bul   clos(  t0 Post office, $1,500, half cash.
FOR   SALE.
$800. cl ,se  : '  Sixth   streel   cai;   I-
; . the preseni  members.
$1,100. near High  S,  .
a cheap ; invenient home.
No   Irish   Parliament. $i)300> close  to Crescent;   I   rooms
London, March  27.���Presiding at  ajbath   etc.
meeting of the council of the Liberal WHITE  <��.   SHILES.
'���    -;"  held   here   today,   Lord   Rose-   1SC  Columbia  St..  New Westminster.
bery  said  Ureal   Britain   would   never   -��������� ���	
tolerate a   separate  Irish   parliament. DRY DOCK  FOR  SALE.
Such a proposal; he said, went far be- 	
vend anything the late Mr. Gladstone     Tenders will  be received till April
intended. <;, i hot. by the undersigned for the es
- ' late of the late W.  E.  Emerson, for
ADVERTISING AN ART.   ^   the purchase or lease of the
FLOATING   DRY   DOCK
j situated at the foot of Fourth avenue, I ���
I X, w Westminster.     The plant has a
to rai e goo,! stock Is good FEED,    We keep
��� only     Make > our ch ckens ring    hen       od fe.
Strengthen your live stock     .    building tip      me   u I   muscle,
and !,<������  CARXAC.
LAIM KS have you tried the Pasl      Flour made ��� Eburni
Milling Compan:.    If nol  T dephone 3: I    nd try it; tl
obtained   are  excellent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Teleohone 333.
viii   rwuwotfltNM
COURT OF REVISION
XOTICE IS HER]
VssessmentR                             (
has been rei u
In ray office, w her.
��� led  by any p,
therein, until tin   -
'��� Ol   He\ ision.
!    Th,    firs:  sit                          j
Revision on l
�� i'.l  be bel I al
said Citj on
MONDAY. April 8. next
al   10 o'cl .
p, rson   lnl  n .                             1
be assessm,                                 1
: t '   be   filed   witl
' leasl  seven  days  hel
ting  ol   ���       m ������ ���
W, A. DUXCAX, 1
City Ha 1   M irch 6, 19 i",             i
Land Registry Act.
McBride.    This will be apparenl  al a
Calls  Ili'uiity   in   lt*   Service.
Advertising has indeed  become an
art.   It remains for it to become, if not
glance to anyone who takes the trou-1 n tine art, at  least an art that calls
ble to  f.ad  tli,- resolution  which the   beauty to its service.   When it does,
r . .nier Introduced and which iti.- obe    n">''n of the energy that is now mis-
dienl majority passed     First conies a   dtrectc(1'  muca ">' die money that is
leng string of recitals in:..tide, to ins-   n���  ^^  ���St��*la  '^'^
the worlds beauty, will be saved.
Full information from F. M. Eddy al
the dock. Highest or any tender nol
pecessarilj accepte I.
MISS  SADIE   EMERSON.
New   Westmins er, B.  <,'.
The right procedure is indicated by |''��� O. Box 167.
McBride and to condemn  Sir Wilfrid j the most conspicuous medium for pub-   ���'-	
Laurier, and  then  we have  the reso-   He advertising.  The press, in its daily, \ri\t\ f     A      c  t       n     I    11/     I  A
lnl approving of  all   th,.  actions   weekly or monthly forms, offers alto-   j(j(j lOi'fiS 9?   Idfl   D3fK  WSilt^U
tif.v   the  attitude and actions  of  Mr.
band-saw and full equipment of tools
INEW    WESTMINSTER:
Second Hand Junk Store
il   o   o   o   ie   o   o   ll   O   -i   ' ,
m   O   ' e   o   ,,
O  o o  ,,
of the said Mr, McBride, and then   as   Sether the best means for calling public attention to all sorts of thiugs.  Tbe
i.est of public journals -those" winch   Fraser River Tan in ery
classify   and   restrict   in   a   judicious
��� i .' iiii.-M,  devise i wil n tbe
���.  a irl of afterthought    ���'this lions,, is
r��rtnCT -':' :'-]nU,n" !i,;,: "'"  Proposed I are ,,,,,, ,Mwil  .,s the mQSt deslrabk
gram  i< "inadequate." mediums  for  advertising   and   which
In other words, \Jat-, s ,., ,-m. > ���������,,���.    ' consequently obtain tbe highest prices
ns" resolution is a m,    - pai   ,   lor    Cor  tljeil'  service--   make  it a  rule  tq
classify   mill   restrict   in   a   judiev,,.
manner the advertisements that they   9gt> tSOd
print.   They confine  them  to certain
���-"���Men  and  making political   capital   ,,,,.,_ ,,,- ,]���. publication, they restrict
v   '   Mr. McBride   and his followers, their display to certain decorous stylew
Ever;    mem    i   of  the  Governmenl   of type,  recognizing  that  t:,  admit a
;        ��� ,      .,.,,,.   th.,|    ,     in   ���,.    ,,.; a]   hell ���!��� skell ir distribution through all
of tl oun Is    ���   British   Columbia's
At   the
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Re  Sn idlvlsi
=t , suburban   Block   i   N .,
City.    Wh as   ;
Cei tiflcat,    ol    T i
Issue I In the nan ,
���-.���'.
Nol Ice
.    .   I
���     ���
Between   Columbia   and
Highest Cash Price Paid   Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
cial i   nsid    ation in
columns or to display them in iucoher
ml fitsbl en according to the whims of
the advertisers would largely destroy
'    ���'������    '*'  better terms, capped  h>   a   tue   m.y objects  bold  In  view.   The
il , ion  of protest    again:
thc I     lequacy of 11n   pr iposed grant,
'i.i v  cit'll.Mm led   ��� he   vote  of
��� ! ,ibei m   In   111     il ,use and   th '
: ���    ni   of , very !.:' ei a! in  the coun
I iv. Evei    ��� tho fl ivernmenl
. ...v i ihe    ten who, on
���   I ic      :     ��� ....
rs, conde    ���    I the actio       if Mr.
renders of thc ��� journals would resent
th.' intrusion of advertising matter into the space set apart f ir news, editorials, etc., and the lull . ������ thai
gives the advertising it j v..hie would
decline.
In thc same way the forms of advertising that now give exceeding offense to the community ought to be
restricted and kepi v, Itliln proper lim-
\1    iride     ���   Ottav i,   coul l   not    |lts'    "' lhis Wl"v effected Iho practice
w ould  change  from   ii, ���  public  nuisance thai it now is tn a fun.-tion that,
:       ... It   follOV
i when   the I lovct nn ent
lution tin      lain
,   -, j,:  ...     M,    >,        \]
in a considerable degr ���--. might couple
genuine service to the pulillc ^\:t', a
presentation of Its nintorl il In an In-
i   ... ��� toresting and ev, Mhetlcnlly nttrnc-
... con, ..     tlve fashion.   Sylvester Baxter In Cen-
. :   ���    t i   I i      .  . 11      innnlmous      ���
igains    ihai   iction        In    oth,
.. '   , ���  |  ;   p tl |,lll I In timli. ',.���,I   Prencli,
,T��
v.aii   ���    ��������� ��� V..*r ' -*\ '-7;-       ' ���-      ���.-/���,    '    ,1
m   VS.-/
0
'oi   part;   advantai
h Is ol  ���ii-. com
the
11, i."Mr Both i. flrsl Pr, mi, . ol the
Transvaal, has de, lare.l, In accei Una
Hi Invitation sent him lo al end the
i' ,1, nlal conference, thai British Intel
>���.- ���. are absolutely safe in the 1. in Is
of the new Transvaal cablnel an I thai
Iii members are aa zealous for the
flag i    anj   minister can   be.
For two centuries \\ e bave been cry
lng "Encore!" at the end of a sum ���.
where a Frenchman never says it, his
own equivalent far it strangely being
th ��� Latin "liis!" And "ou the t ipis"
appears In English far m ire often thnit
in French, and mlsundersl I al that.
-in..,, it dues nol mean "on the carpet,'
but  on  the  tablecloth  of  the council
table   for   discussion,    London   Ciiruui
de.
A./ \      i    ;.��� . -,:'���'      .- '��� ���   i
"\ '-,  ��m*h'��$        '������'     '""I-- '':'*'���'   ���'
-A.'.". ,A':-a. |i
iil^ vv.- m
"������' ;;������..��� y-^i!i^yy.^:
y      ���.���",
Th, bill to provide an endowmenl
Of : WO million acres ol land for a pro-
a Inclal universlt;. is a very lackadaisical affair, The (line,���nment "may"
i ei at I le t he land-, somel Ime within
the in.xt three years, and it "may" reserve hurls pending the sole,.Hon of
the lands to be Bel aside., and the
Aci shall nol come into force until
the Governmenl says so, The hill
has been Introduced probably with
the idea thai ill" Acl "may" prove a
handy thing to have in the Iiums,'.
n,),ii ,,.iit,M,mi.
"I   ShOUld   like,  to   I real;   it   off,   hilt   I
can't bear to give up  this diamond
ring."
"Then why don't y q t dl him so'i
lie told me l.i'M be willing to loae the
ring if he eo,ild gel out of tho engage
ment."- Sketchy Hits
;., .;ii ;hlng  like  definite  shape has
i,, en  given  tc    Mr     Fowler's "wine,' 'limes.
llf   Mlnlil   >���,.,.,.,.,)
Professional  lluniorlsi     Wit should
never seem forced. Nov.., I never try
to be funny. His Vis ��� v |��� oh, hut
you should. Mr. \\"ii.ii.]..iiic: one never know, what ono can do till one tries
-ruck.
Building character is far more Impor
taut  than  building castles.���Tamarao
a
Your Clothes will have to be about
right when you escort the mother,
wife or sweetheart in her E
regalia.
Our new sp] in;  slock of
ress Brand am   Fashion-Cra t
Suits and Ove: coats ha
arrived.
If you want first choice of the   i  ���
comfortable assortment of ch;
/, ;-: i
f#��:As^
':mW W%- cl
���~u'r" Wm
wm
rn
vMi;
\ffi\v\
V' :%"���: i'v
Wm
Av.'.^'t',,
patterns that has ever been sh<
in this city, call early.
i�� ...    W,
y*:-:y'l
A-:. ���
The Clothier
Cor. Sixth & Columbia Sts., -  New Westminster,
�� <&& mmmm mmmzs�� mzmmm mm!mim % vm�� m mmmm msm***�� ssse^
a��0��0
***~ R50��y
MARCH   28,  1907.
THE DAILY XEWS
I 1
THE
STORE
:jac?MJBR^E2i!iisa
< OMVf/W
ONLY
f EW DAYS
TILL
EASTER
Daily Details
11    5
I I ...There's lust One Chance in a Thousand...
I
i i
 i^i^H,
oi ning.
i'e int, in isin,
tO   ROS      ���.,:������::
..    .   ter Baz- |
.,1   will  i���:	
:        ,1 Robertson     if  the  city'
ibsent  fro     her  duties
told.
���
ii Vie . i    been in
.   ,��� examination,
'. '     \\. lv Fales Is still confine 1 to bis
house  with  the grippe,
The Burns .silver dinner set is the
Ig raffle, '
c
V<f>.
Hats, el to-,'..,
.en Th lay a               lay.
���  .     S i'     . ���
.i ���           ...         to do tin
��� Imful ,:                  Sprin
: m              ids  tin
I   ulinp ila
Artistic Headwear in
Distinctive Styles
Ud. and Mrs. Heniey will leave t<5-,
,!;,;������ for Otter, where they will spend
'-he E ister vacation.
D. Heinle.rs,en left yesterdaj for a
Shorl visit to Calg iry, where he has
seme-  business  interests.
For cm !i..;-i,.i,>,hs. carnations and
funeral designs, telephone  T.   Davies
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i I  Soil, ,^1^^^
A. Foi Is city,   :. ill I, ...
nue,  Fori   Kellj    Ont., en      v ���   Hoffman   lefi    yesterd ,     after- ���
, ...     noon mr Chiiliwack, where he intends
it a moi :chase cap'.,. Cor P  Burns of Van-
. ner.
���    i    :                         the  ma ���
th ������   ��� . H    Shrubsball   an I   three   iiartners
Bin i   '      leave '''"' lhe Skeena in ���,1""" uv"
��� ��� .-' time.     They  are  going   north
' . ..,.���   ate a  c innery  [ ii     I b     it.  C
���    '  [gsociation.
,    7j      .1    1,    B.   Mel   ���   ���  !.     io] rietor  ol
1 ..   nopolltan   hoi       ... -  ablo  to
I leave i.:.; li euse vest ��� first '
lime in a week, hav lng been a - '.���'> .er
ie S  ee-
('.   c. Fisher,     governmenl     agent,
u bo   is lack   fr ,m   Victoria,   reports
���    Victoria Bank   n ,.,;,... ._��� ,.,. i   a   u.vy  pleasant   trip.
���   ���   '   ������" :'-     ���''   Everything   is   booming,  a  wave    of
irosperity seeming to have struck the |
... '. place,
M  -   .!. C. Brown.
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house fin nishin.e; you miirht not know-
just where to pro for the Best Furniture ut the Best Bargain
Prices. Take n > chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen of
New Westminster or surrounding country and the unanimous verdict
of Merchants, Traders, Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
homes bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE for Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains. Coverings
for Furniture, or any article required for complete house furnishing.
j John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium i
j    DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
H Easter
Specials
at the Big Clothing
House
1 u
.. ���    ��� ti?        .    Tid
. ���   A,   I   I,
I ,i
the
'! Ii,   local tonsorial artists are sei i-
we hear nice things
store;   not flatter; nice en i i
and more than that w,
who never bought  such go,  a
I   our regular ,      un,
this weed, compi   -     Pa       m ', o      Par,
i, .   . Green   Violet, Pal,    llu, P n  , It' iwn sm i
ti0n   colors     Also   . Ready-to-Wears,     Sailors,    Un-   >.!
.   . es, f    ���������   ���    P timo     I        :,    m   .
$18.50 to $21.50 Suits.
no veil ml worst i                 i
Eton     ickel                      o         vil it strip,     ind ov,    hecks.
.   suits                        Scotch Iwe,        i ial       ���   lined
��� iin or tv                         ml are wi an I 11 imnn
$18.50 to $21.50.
125.00 to $40.00 Suits.
���   Suits, ��� ���
Woi ste !.  Hon
\ ���.
. insi lei Ing  the  advisability of
i' lising the  price of a hair cut   from
t\\eiii.\-!iv,'   I   ihirly-five     cuts.   the
;;  ,    :;    \   Sand, I reason  put   forward  is  that  owing to
.     ,; ,,    j- , .. ,   . Bim,;      e mi.  eas, 1 cosl of living, wages in
,     g  .    .     morning 11  a.m.;   in       tii   line  h ive  had to be raised.
��� ; on  the s mth    i I,    ii  I be
and a m.. in th    city;
.... ���      Lutheran cl       h
an af Juda op; tan la ei."
..... m.   a V. M. C A build-
.   . .  this   cil     evill   be   stronglj   a I-
the n      ��� .   .   ���      the Can
. !ian  F ol  the Y. M. C.
-. , ... ..   ���������:   ��� .   -. isi     here   befo ,
, ater ini i I i,
dsn,
A   .... .       ���������   . ieek    eyed
.,-.,.,  n, ti, ��� : j   dei lay afternoon crop-
.        .. . |, ...    grass around the
,.    nogle llhrar;.   The owners of 1
-   iants  w   :' !  ���'."  well   to look  after
em in ''���, ���'��� :
mo inte I on   i.i-   charger,  will
.. the    ' ikoiit.
An application for five inches of
water was received yesterday from
Colonel A, White, to be taken from an
innamed .-'ream on Bowen island and
11.' be usee] for agricultural and domes-
tic purposes. The application was
granted.
The neai and artistic display of
stylish footwear in the. window of
Jchnston's big shoe store, is attracting considerable attention just naw.
��� The class of goods on view are the
I roducl of some of the best hoot, and
shoe manufacturers of this country,
and the States, and tbe standard quali-
t; together with the artistic arrangement, is a combination which immediately candies  the eye.
The funeral of the late \V. B. Walker, who died at his residence, Sixth
street, on ruesdaj afternoon, will take
place at two o'clock this afternoon.
The Rev.  \. Shildrick will preach the
Ties
Wash Vests
r Shirts
Clothing
Hats
PHILLIPS
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Columbia Street
What About a
Silk Waist for Easter
large.    N'e��   v. > Blai
r,rlan   Plaids;     P iin
,.    ..   . .   ,   Taffetas    151
���    s irah;   Bl i "���'     '���   *1' "���  !' I ;
:    isi m   65c,  7  " to $1.25.
n      . ' ' :" 1
30c, and 7       i y ird. f<
 ��� =    \,
HT T 8
...... who   daily   go
ets in the Fraser
, not expect the     I    ,1 salmon funeral   sermon al   tin    Hoi;   Trinity
Th, cathedral,  alter which    the  cortege
n mi   ���     to gel vvin   proceed   to the  Church  of Eng-
i. -������  are nea ' nd  cemetery, vhen     h,   ini  rmenl
^                                                    .         ���"���'- nil] take, place. The late Mr. Walkei
|                           hem into 1  elr   ,o its. Wfts eight> flv, : e irs  of  age   al   th,
S                              HI               iiiiiiiiiiliB en ' lU'tltJ
j
MI
Vr
j
'1   concert   on
at The hardware merchants are the on-
. tin tl ... nes  so  far  n ho  have decide
... .     , ive their em  ' > ��� ��� ��� a holi la;   in the
......       ..
....  .mm ;.; i    i...     summer   months.
Flora Ma>  I , I h,   first ol I ictobe . e\
X   W   dis '"'   ��" S:;'
,.,   .- lays     ...   '. .Tint he e\ i u
Ing.    A few        the otb i ban s
In the 1      . not loo     ivith  favor
.a ; - .   ur the clerk -
an;   move ii mat-
taken ��nm"
Ml       l.elt
  11
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THE SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION Or B. C.
LAND DEPARTMENT
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
Burnaby
Fronting 501        I   ,n Hastings Una.I.  fronting  If  feet   on Royal  Oal
Road, eleven aci ���-- In all, ,'.;'::��� $175 per acre. Price will not remain long
al   ihis low ftfure.
lu acres in lot SS Burnaby for sale cheap, at $80 per acre:  easy terms.
160 acres, splendid soil, itt lol  11,  Burnaby.   .$170 per acre.
Surrey
We have for sale In this b, autlful farming municipality 90 acres on the
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
tii .   hinisi If " 81'"'"" ' "' " ' ��� -
charming  Fra   River Valley.   Call on us, we  will be pleased to go Into
m    fflce ye3
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nal ent,
... ::.  i  or the ,,,,,,, ,.    tull   details
.''���""���'"  ���" !'  "���   ' ���    , ,,      . m ......   up   bj
I and turned over to
ia ring
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B H. T. Thrift, Mgr.
Picco ilecbl, lice station   -,3 oolumbia St. (Fales Block
���,,  i luid no lbus       ay charm for I Im, and  ������-
l\ M. K, ilicatlo i        lade   I     ':-���.   Mc-
....       I       [mu       ....���'���:
i ��� ���    an ouu     ,1     all,   h,    wa     i '   ������
E ilu  his  1;"mm -
There  is   going i    ���
.na.-��m�� or .�� t ajhj ';   :;  .      .,      ,
Hyjorth road.   This is listed fora few days only   at $20 an acre.    A chance
of a  lifetime-.
\ si   ndid selection of farms always list, i   with    us throughoul    the
Lots throughout   he city of Xew Westminster from $50 to $2,000; hous
in all Mints for sale.
J. B. Wilson W. H. Clarke
Tel.   331.      Branch   Office, Hazlemere.  B.C.
SOMETHINGJjOOD
Tl  ' 1       ���
aar.
Overlooking;   the  North  Arm.
very nice
,, . rn A rail, .   unique  form o    ��� ���������    i*
jmeir .- noticed In the window of \V.
ed Gate Tea...
i Coffee
V   .     \
i 1-2 acres oj
de
sirable    Residential    Property,
and can be bought by a prompt
buyer for less than.... $200 per
>t, on terms.
ni ��� ".'    nun    Club -
]ete|  a   ,.,���.., {..... .     ,    .;.,. r. Sinclair's shoe store In the  -
[���he gen   al in- "''  several  small    ducklings.     I
,.,!,,,  eveui ha- been feathered bipeds are nativ, -   ���   ,
. : , , xtenl thai lasl where ul  the tender ag > ,     i coupl,
^^^^H .-. ������ ��,,,nv nnn- oi weeks they were ruthles
50c  per pound        I	
ADAMS   &    DEANS
THE   CITY   GROCERY
���    '    '���'" ';;       ',       ,', tered, and their Internal econom    f,
';"���:,.    n   n I, a cunnlns a,   i d    -co.
:    non-mem ton batting beim       tstJtuted,      I ai
' .  .",:.,   ,:.,,'   now gracing  thi        ��   via* f M.
11    tan'            iTe Sniclali",   itore.th   effect of which I
.
McLEOD, MARK & CO
Th* Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster
will ��� male j Snud   ^^^^^^^^^^
v,j.|,   verj  original,
Ti..    ~
Opera Hcuie BoOKing��,
\pril I��� Florence Gale,
April 5���King of Tra i    I.
April :'    Ward's Minstrels.
April 24������"Hello  Bill."
May ::    \ Strang,
Maj  8���A Texas  |
j      . >��� ���   '���
winiu'is.    The ,^^^^^
...    event
e    -     event.
;. ....  ai   me   .'clock
.   .  . , ��� ,. nm.   ... and
.     I0re to be used.
rrlng    refresh-1
,. and no details
I   -ire   to
I, .,,,,.  an I sue-
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
 mum���	
A.  HARDMAN
Plumbino and Contracting I
P. O. Box 248
n
Telephone 302
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THE DAILY NEW*
THURSDAY.  march
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rwe   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPRW, B. A., Principal
. _     . NOTICE.
His Perseverance. . .
Henry Arthur Jones, the noted Eng notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai si*-
llsh   playwright,   wns   giving   the   Stu- ty days after date we intend to apply to
dents Of Tale an address on the drama, th,  ^,<-AAAmsAAAAl, M"
"Your American vernacular is picturesque," be said, '���and it should help
your playwrights to tabid strong, racy
plays. Bul neither vernacular nor anything else is of moment if perseverance  is  lacking
succeed who is like a man 1 know. 1
said to this man one New Year's day,
'Do yeiu keep a diary. Philip?' 'Yes,'
be answered. 'I've kepi one for the
first two weeks in January for th
last seven years.' "
,l���-  timber  from   the   following
described  lands,  situate  ni   Kitsumgallum
east of small bay al the head of Hoth-
am Sound; thence north su chains;
theme   west   SO chains;   tb,'lice   south
,;;T;,Vii,'s\,;;'n..'n, ti>. ,       ��� <"* ��a' s" cha'ns:  "l<,,"'e ,,:'s' s" rllMi"s"'
hank of river; thence  ICO chnlns cunt t ���>"   poinl  of  commencement,
chains south;   100  chnlns  west   to river;       2.���Commencing  at   ii   slake   at   lhe
;A;;;Ar ^A'AA^AA'Aui'mihlA'A;:   north-eas.    corner   of   Claim    N���. l;
ucres.   more  or less. thence   north   So   Chains;    thence   west
Claim   No.    16.-   Commencing    at   posl    Ml   chains;      thence  south   Mi   chains;
commencement, containing C40 acres,
Clulm   No    l".     Commencing     al   post
planted on   the  Zymagatitz  River,, about
^;V:;Ai,HaiA,,-A,!:'A,:iAv:A .���;-;>,-;,;:t��n,2*�������$ .���.-,., .-.,��� ������������..,., - ���	
corner   of    C.  IM  A. Green a    l"k''"','" '''   ,,.,   bank  of   river;   thence   160     chains j mencement.
claim, tlien running as fellows.       , n.ii,,. . 4|| rh.lins north;  ICO clmnls west to       3.���Commencing al  a  posl  40 chains
N " ";"-'' ":   '        " ::,AA,AA':Arl,A tfa? TC^Z�� ' H�� r: then     �� ^JZ?nVloS-  w���� of the north-east corner of Claim
ment. , . ������   ,   l,lg 040 acres, more or less. Xo. 2;  thence north 80 chains;  thence
Commencing   ai    a   posi     >,l,n." ...       claim   No.   17.    C menclng    al   posl   weS|    so    chains;     thence    south    so
puhlishe.l   ai
'"  e��<xJ an<| auffleien,'
DATED at,
New   Westminst,
ish Columbia, ���
ary, A.D, 1:11,7
''��� ���"   K
1    ���
he Thomas ., '"'-'^
���''it..,,..
\H   pers ms   ...
M   -I.
tice,   and   tho .
....,      ..
21.
tout  3Hi   miles 'th of' "J^ north-wost     ,-������-," 0~ [he'Zymagatitz   River,  aboul
corner of C.F.A.Green a pi���femptlp_n claim,   ��ne |||j|(, up ,,.,,,,, ,,���.  uth> ,,��� ,i���. wesl
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tico   doers   from   Geo. Adams,   Groce
Boaroer ,,", leaviugi Maiiniu, yen
are one of the most hones, persons 1
have ever met. Landlady I am glad
to bear you sny that, sir. Boarder
yes; your honesty Is conspicuous on
the verv front of your establishment.
Your sign snys, "Boarders taken In!"
London Telegraph.
then running as follow 1: 180 chains wesl
411 chains south;   160 chains ens,  an.l 40
. chains  north to  the point    ol   commence-
l-2.���Commencing at a post planted
aboul l miles north of the north-west cor-
,��� i- of ,'��� !���'��� A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: SO chains easi .
so chains north ; SO chains w< sl and SO
chains south to point of commencement.
.;;     Commencing    at    a    posl     plain,,I
,1,0111 5 miles north of the north-west cor-
1 . |. ,,,   c. V. A. Green's pre-emption  claim,
.. running as follows:  IflO chains eas, ;
;.. , hains north ;     100   cbains  west :     ���!���
 th to poinl of comm, n lent.
1     Com ncing   at    a    posl     planted
wesi     SO
1  ,,������ /.vin.imi.e^.  tuvcr, ���>������������-  chains; thence east SO chains to poinl
one 111  e no  from  the-  nun,tli.  on  the wesl
bank of liver: thence 40 chains west;  160   ol   commencement.
HENRY  GROSE,
. hains   north :    4���   chains   east   to   river
thence   100  chains southerly   along   pjver
,,, poinl of commencement, containing' 640
acres,   more   or  less.
Claim No. iv���Commencing nt post
planted on the south bank of Skeena
Riv, ;��� aboul half mile below the mouth
of Kitsumgallum River; thence SO chains
*�� eli,lias easi : so chains north
be Skei m.i River : th, nee along rt\ er to
poin, of commencement, containing ';i"
:    ,s, ..���   or   I, SS.
, tlaim   No.   1'.'.    Comme ncing     nl    t"1-1
planted   on   the     south     bank   of   Skeena
1 Klver. allien,  half mile up from the mouth
of   Kitsumgallum   Rivi r,   e,n   th.
March 21st,  1907.
under   them '
Ing  any   Interest :    '
virtue of am  11 j
and all person I
In   the   sain   |a 1 i
NOTICE.
1. idies' Gol I M
Gentlemen's    .-'��� ��� ���
fa,... $5.00.
Gentlemen's  Silv,
���    $7.50  Up.
Vg, nl  for 1 he   1 l<
-   from $12.75 up.
Watches,   open
Watches,  double
. d South B, ���
Wai le -. - ipi li ll      the    Wellman
Vre tie Expedition.    VII warranted.
m   , Rings, Ji ���'.. ry, etc., etc.
\'atch    r,   airing;        : i i?es   reason-
���.
SIMMER'S
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Vegetable Seeds
Fresh and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc. i,As
Talking Through a Human Body.
To talk lh; ��� tgii 11 Int..mm. body or n
row of human bodies, for tbe mutter
of that is one of Ihe weirdesl of the
ol, 'tr; . n's feats. If a telephone wire
be severed and the two ends be bedel
by a pi :sou, one In 1 ������ b band, bul far
apart, it is quite possible for two hull
to c irry on n eonversatl ,11
tbr, ugh the b ,dy of the medium as
readily .-11111 as distil "\ as if the Iim
bad lie,     pro]   rlj  eoiinei ted.
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
sixty days after dale I Intend to lippl)
1.1 the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands and Winks for permission
iu purchase the following described
lamls, situated on what is called
south Middle ami South Dundas Island,
Range a, Coasi   I lisi rlcl:
title   is   I,o;   lev
visions  of  lhe
shall be forever
from   setting
respeel   of the
taxi s as pi evi ���
try Act."
'   ent,
,1',-Ul    't    M.il.S   IL', Hi   '.'I'   Ihe   Uerlh-West   eel-      ���,,,���   of    Sk,.,,,.,     R|vpr;     ,,,..,      , _��� ���    ,.|,:,���is
C.K A. Greens  pre-emption ,     Mm|l.   ,.,���  ,.,,.,ills ,,lsl   t0  sk, . ���.,   River:
L '"   ni. m. containing 'tl" acres,  more or less     half mile easl  of the head of Duck  [ll
is follow-s: too chains cast t   ;:���;���."/;.   ���-������ ^ ���".'������;;; ���|;;-'   ;;;t ""�� Vommone^       Commencing nl   a   post     aboul   one
1 mi   chains   wesl ;     I"
.    .   nortl, ;,. ;.,. . ;  of , eiiiui. nccment.
Comme ncing    al    a    posl     plant,
a  tin   north-wi si coi
,���   |-   e.   ,;,. , :   ,   pre-, lliptlon   claim,
.   ������ ���!   ]������ brunry  22,   1907,
WILLIAM    Mei. el.V,
FRANK   VANDALL.
j.... ntoi
Frank Vanda
rcn __
Jchnny'c Horrid Finish.
"If you don't quit eating so mu '1 .
Johnny," exclaimed Mrs. Lapsliug, li ,r-
rifled at the gluttonous propensities of
her youngest, "the tirst thing you know
you'll !"��� a regular filibuster!" Chicago
Trihune.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai "fl days
al er date I Inten l to make aplication
to  the  Hon. the  Chiel' Commissioner
Feminne B'avery.
Tom Do you think women arc
brn .1 r ihi te men? Dick Yes. 1 do, 1
never saw one yet that wouldn't take a
chance at marriage.- Detroit Free
Press.
.   .    ..... ...  follows:   Hit, ���     tins , as, .
lelli    chains   wesl :      I"
to pi    it ol  iciice nt.
Commencing    al    a    posl     planted
���  ,; mile - north of lb,  north-wesl cor-
���  mm   v. lire, n's  pre -emptlon  1
���      .  follows ���   10 chains  v 1
1 e'lisl 160
.... poinl .a commencement.
nl    a    posl     planted
bout 1   miles north n       ���   nortl -we st cor-
...  c. F. A.Gi . mi  claim,  ol Lands and  Works, fora  Bpeclal   I
running as follows:  s" chains west;   eons,    to  cut   and   cnrr\   away  timber
lorth;! ibis east: SO chains   from   ,),,,    following   d ribed   lamls,
' : ���   '   ��� cement,     . Htuated
... ,.,  ���      planted   Sllliatl el
north-west cor-       Coast   Districl   Rang,
C.K.A.G    '        I Ption  claim,   j 111.  comiiiencin
���   , .,   running as follows :   160 chains east :   ,
���fi cliains south;  100 chains west: and to   '
chains  north   to  tli    I   of commemce-
ni, nt.
.::..-,'..'! int    al    a    post     plan,..el   n(j,.th   sn
aboul 7 miles north of the north-we si  co,
iv r  of  C. F. A. Gr, en's  pn -1 mption. claim,
1, t on the north side of the Inlet,
marked S. II. F.; thence 100 chains
north; t hence sn chains east ; lln 11c,
��� ou h to said Inlet; ihence. south
we    ���      i   and   westerly along the slneie
to [jolni of commencement,
S.  II.  FORD,
F. II   CRAGO,
Locators.
I 107
M
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
30 da; s alter date 1 intend to apply to
the Hon.Chi, t Commissioner of Lands
and Works for special license to cut
and carry away timber from the foi-
les ri ��� ': land, situated at the
Kitsumgallum Rive:-, Coast District.
Range 5:
Claim No. 1.���Commencing at apost
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River,on the west hank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as foi
80 chains west; to cliains
ith; 40 chains wesi; 80 chains
north; 120 chains east; and 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim No. 2.���Commencing at apost
planted   about   23 miles   up   from   the
NOTICE.
IS   HEREBY GIVEN   lhal
N'OTIC
listricl   N'o "A'���' '���'��� l'a ���''!'r ''ate ' 'u'oml to .
it  a   stake  planted '" ''"' Honourable Chief Commission-
post   on   the. Encheshese  River, '" ��' Lands and Works for permission
aboul  a  mile and .,  half up from Ls "'  purchase the    fe wing  described
mouth, thence ...ist   10 chains, thence hinds, situated on whal  is called Mid-
chains,    thence    west    v" t;""1 South   Dundas Island, Range _5,
chains, thence south SO chains, thence Coasl District:
thnrrunning as"fonows':" 40 chains"north;  east 40  chains  lo point   of  commence-       Commencing   al   a   posi     planted   at
,  chains west       40   cliains    north;     l"   ,,,,.,,, the  head of Swan   Inlet;   thence south
102, 1""   chains;     thence   eas,   so   cliains:
Commencing   at   a ' poinl   near   the thence north to shore; thence wester
about  4.1 chains north of the south-wesi  mouth of Tniim Creek at the east line '���> ���""' north-westerlj   alone the shore
coiner of  Location  No.   20,   then   running   ,,,���,!,,,   |n,,ja,.   Reserve   at   the head   Ol ''    l)oln1   ":  ",)lin ���''inent.
as   follows:     1 hains west;   40 chains  ";    "'     uonin   it  seive, a.    11,   neao  o,
north;     100 chains east;    and  40  chnlns   I mon  Bay, near the  mouth  oi  Works
south to point of commencement. Channel,   Range     5,   Coast     District,
Commencing   at    a    P��st_Pjanted   ,1,,,.,,.,,    l0    chains   south,    thence     SO
SYNOPSIS   OF ���_,.   J
STE4D   : - ... '
- y ,3,
An;
In thi   R   Iwu
.... ii.
Sell    W illl   |S    1 lie   ,       .
or any male ovei
th, extenl ol 01
100 a, res. mor,
Enti ,��� must bi ,
tl ������  loc  : land oil   . .'.
��� ���,   ch thi
i"
hains west;  SO chains south;  120chains
as,  ,.. p. lnl of . .... 1 11  .-' ment.
-Commencing    a,    a    post     planted
The home ti
f, rin   th,
inder on,
I
V. II. CRAGO.
about   4"  chains  north  of  the south-wesl .
corner of  Location  No,   26,  then  running chains   east,   thenc,    SO   chains   '   irth,
aa   follows:     160  chains  west;   I"  chains thence     so   chains     west.     thence    1(1
south:   160  chains  east;   40 chains  north chains   south   to   'he   point     of   com-
lo 1 oinl of commence ment. ,,,.,.,, . ��� ���
32.���Commencing    al    11    posl     planted mencement.
about  1 miles north of the north-wesl cor- 13o.
M irch 2 :.  1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN  that
Ixl     m m. b   after  date   we   Intend   to
[
a i  of c. F. a. Green's pre-emption claim.     Commencing at a posl on the north   apph    to   the   Honorable     the  Chlel
then running as follows: 160 cliains west;     1 ,...,,   ,,.-   w,,,..-.   channel    r ,    ��� ��� ���   , ,    -n.    ,
...   chains   south:    160 chains east;    ^ .^''.   ,',."" ...        .' ��� \ "'   Commissioner  ol   Lands  and    Works
purchase   the   foi
chains  north  to point   of commencement
. ontaining 640 acres, more or less.
\v.\l    MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL.
Locators
Ag, nt,   Frank Vandal!.
March 21,  IOO".
NOTICE.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   thirty   days  after
Coast   District,   aboul   a   mile  and   a ,
,,,.,,       ,,.....,.       .,          ,.,, for   1 emission
hall  below   Worsfold   Bav, the.nee.  120 '
chains  norih. thence   SO  chains ease 'owing tracl ol land situated in Coasl
thence south to shore, thence westerly District,   for a  Mill  Site.     Commenc-
along   shore   to   iioint   of   commence- lng nt a ieost  planted on shore of baj
ment
104.
Commem ing al a pes, een the. sine
opposite  the   mouth  of   Bear    Creek   South  1
W.
E.   Arm   Huaskin   Lake,   ah,ml   S
corner  T.   L.   No.    6943;     thence
chains;     West     .",  chains;
bank   of   the    Kitsumgallum
tin.11' e     '.1   cliains   east ;     4u
south:     tb  chains  west;     so    (hains
south, more or less, to the river; then
northerly along the rive:' to the point I aboul   40 chains west  ,,t" the south-west
commencement corner   of   the    old   Kitsumgallum   Indian
��� ' ,    Al  least
on and   cult
1 eai  foi
(2)    If the m    .
m    er I   dec,
'     esldes upon
,.. the land ent, red I 1
mi nts as to r, .1
I'M    such   person    ���      og  a,A
father or mother,
(31    If the settl, . ,
enl  r,     I, a ���  up, n m
ed ���    him In th,  v-icii 1 j
st,. .     the   requiremei
di nc- m.,      . Red        ��� .J
upon the said lai 1
hove river  on the eas        ew-e bitend to apply to the chief Com-1north arm of Work's Channel, Range shore of Turnbull Cove; thence Wesl
.,.   ,,eio\t  imi, u     eue 1.1..   misS] .,.,,.   1      lN Works for special   ;,    Coast      District     Ihpnee      west      7,1
Lake:    timber    licenses    to  cut   and   carry   away     .     ,,       1    ..',,'���    ���        ,, ��;"''   Shore   line   2H  chain- ;    North   10
Chains  timber from the following described lands  cha nf��� th������ n^ib 80 chains��� ����ence . .
situat,  in the Kitsumgallum Valley, in the easl to shore, thence southerly along '""���������  ���   i-..       ���    cnain nn    11,
Cons, District: shore  to  point  of comm,'tic,.men,, chains,  more or    less,  to    shore    of
��� Commencing   nt    a    post     planted ,,������,, ,
-]05i Huaskin    Lake;    thence    East    with
���....���: t   a   stake    on    the shore   in,   20    hains, more or less, to
F.eserve,  elien   160 chains  west;  4" chains ,       . ... ...
Claim No. 3.���Commencing at aposl   n     i     100 chains east; 40 .hains Bouth   ���"!l('-1   ao��ut   -.;i  cm i point   ol   1      mencement;   , intalnlng
planted   al   the   south-wesi  corner  ol    'T point of commencement.
mouth   of   Bear  C eel    on    he  north
nrm   of   Work's    Channel,   Range    5,
It       ret or less.
LUMBER    CO.,
T. L. 7942;  thence 40 chains east;  80   ,.,",'.. ;,,���   '\ ,,.
chains   south;     10 chains    east;    SO  iA ^ AAAA AA mWalt west! "0 Coas(  Wstrict, then ,   easl  90 chains.      >'   -ED this   19th day of February,
chains south;   10 chains west, more or '   dns  'th; 160 chains east;  io chains thence  north   so cliains.  thence west   190,,
less    to   tii"    Kitsumeallum     River'       "   '    '"   '    !": mi   cement. ;-.   the  beach,   thence  southerly   and
V'' ,       --'.��� "-".-an. in      nn,,.       ..     -Commencing    at     ,    pos,     planted .,,.-,,.,    .,1  ��� ,-,,   ,,,   .  m, .
thence northerly    along the   river to   ; ns west of the , th-east comer of '   ' '-     '' ' ;l  '"  ."":l    ol
the poinl of < immencement. Location Mo. 34. then ioo chains west; te commencement.
,   ��� ... ns north;   160 chains east:  40 chains 106.
''.���.       "    :       '        "     ,       ,    C    imem ing   at a   stake    - i  chains
' ...   - n Ing    at    a    nost     planted .     .  ,. ,       ......
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, on    ������   '   ' '  -  ������' the north-east ' ���' .'' ,���-'[ raou h  i      dm.  Creek a
,,,,. ���������,  ..,���,..   ..,���,.,,   if, ,.,..,, , .  ,..,.,.       erner ol  Location No. :::.. then  160 chains the-  head oi   Wer.; s ( nanne..  Rang,
'"'   f" '  iM,'K'    "; -,:", ";':'   A    '    ���    V-   '    M    ���'hnlm  east:   tea. chains south: Coasl   District, thence  west  SO chains.
'A^'AAA."   ' if comme,  Ill(1K.���   ������,.���,   M1   chaing    ,,,���,,,,���   ���;|,.
planted M   chains, thence south SO < hail
Claim No. 1.���Commencing
ilanted about   16 miles    up  trom  the Cm       1 ing
The   Mclaughlin
LTD.
By C   li   Mi .Laiighlin, Pr, -.. M   D
NOTICE.
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
1G0  chains     south;
more or  i- -s.  lo the    river;     tin uc
northerly along1 the riv, r to the point
1�� ��� omm, nceme   I.
'". Mn No. ��. ��� 1 mm, ncing al a post
planted about 16 miles up from the
ii, ith of the above rive..-, on the wesi
bank: 1 hence - 1 chains west; 80
chains south; SO chains east, more or
less, to the riv, r; thence northerly
along  the river to the poinl   of com-
II    :. ��� ���     ......
claim N .,... :: ���.. ncing al a posi ���
planted 12 mil, s ip from the mouth
of lhe river, on the wee-' bank;
thi nee !������ chains wes ; 40 chains'
south; 40 chain- easl : S ' chains
south; 60 chains e sl. more or less.
to the river; thence northerly along
Uie river to the poinl of commence-
n .nt.
claim Nc. 7.���Commencln
��� .   .   oul   10 chains  w,   '   of the   i
post
'   ���   M
: ;     ���      ......
about   SO  chains  wesi   of     the nnrth-easl   poin    of  .'���ommencement
:    ol    !....    ti ,11   N..   3."       thence     160
.ti;.ins  north :   10  i hains  easl :   I 60  eh i "07
w si :     I" chains  - mth  to  poinl  of com-       ,.                ��� '    '     ���
                                                      ( on men, lng   al   a   poinl
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  lhal
to lays aft,    date, I  Inten I to ;   ;:
to   the   ilmi.   Chi, T  Commission!
I- mi- and  Woi; pecial  license
l.aeii-  to ' it and can y awa> li     er from th,
Six mouths  i
tingEll
he- given to l be   ' . .
ii
minion   Lands at Or',
to apply for pal i
Coai  lands m.:
p, :   ai :e for a ft
���
thi ai Ite.     Nol  i
. j
i an  be acquire 1
J
company.    Roj a i
ci im - per ton
���
. ���   ��� cted on thi
.
W.
Deputy ol
t.
terior,
\.  B.���Unautl
this     advertise :.
for.
,v'  <^_ &r    '
v.. ifyi
"".���Con     nei -    ii    ,   posi    planted  mach River near the corner of lol  it'",   r,   owing   lei   ��� :,, ������ ��� ��� ���    ,. , .,
���     ne   ti>west corner of Location No   at the head of Work's Channel, Range   f ,-, u"
. '���.,--,';:        ;    ."���  ;.���, :: Al ���!:: - Coa*   District,    thence   10  chains   f"  "^
noini n    i  i ,. west, thence SO chains smith   thence      1     Comn
cins n        :������  i.tani.-.i a,  80 chains east, thence SO chains north,   on   H,      n i
bene,   10 chains w< si to poinl of c,
tin   .,..1 ti   ..,-. -���  .
west ;  .... chnlns so ith;   SO
��� ���  .������.      ���   ���    rth  to  point  of
mem, mi nt.
WTLl ' * M   Mi lODY.
FRANK   V '.XI ��� \!.l.
Locators.
a   stu !,   |
>i in I,  >a;. ward
trict, ai ���    iwesl  c, i ner o
100. lion C; thenc,   noi   i      chail      thence
Commencing  al    ,   post   10   ch  Ins aii      th, outh SO chains
'  "'' Mi" rlver :i ne of thenc,  wesl SO chain   to poinl of .....
mm ���  nent.
Tenders for a License to Cut Tm
en Dominion Lands in the Provi
cf British Columbia.
TIMBER   NOTICES.
thence SO    chains
chains   so Ith,   thence.   SO   chains   eas>
Comi mncing   April   ;;.   merchandise
ms  ���.'.i'i   be see.  direct   to   Kamloops
.'      ���      'on mlssloner   of
ll-wes     corner   Ol   tl    1    KitSlim-   Land       nd Works fo, ... i  lie nse  to
��� eit,.in    reserve;    thence   160  chains  ' ���������      ��� tiv    rniiowinK
ei     . tins north, t,   poinl of eon;   .... '   ,.;,
mencement. ��� '. H. ,   in    ���
IOC       .   ' ... i.        - ..
c  : m  No
w.
the Indian Reservi. al th, mouth of
the Enches-hi se River on Ihe north
siele   of   Work's    Channel,   Range  5, i    take planted
!eA.' ''A''i(A '���l":n' nort.'     " '������   '���' r,hwi   '  i "mei     section    5;
''"������m ! easl   SO  ch iim ;   then,
' '��� chi Ins;    henc,
108. ice  i SO
Comm, ��� post on thi    outh  c,     nencernenl
nistri.' ��� f Fordi   igo River, about a mil,
���t   i  ��take ,....  ...       .      half up from 11 - mouth, thenci miniei eing at  a  ��� take iilanted
th 60 i hains, thence ea I So ch tin "      ���    thwesi coi npr iei section "���
ai a nosl      N' ,r"':: is iterbby otvrn thai :;���. ,
��� ���   .  ���., annly to the   ���"   i ''n:'   ,:;   COinn ��� 0  I
���  wesl     SO    chains;
, I, lins   >., in>int    of
then, e north  SO cl alns,   ihence   w, s!   '    ni
12s  chains        tl    fiO   . :. .,
::   :' i"IHl ' point oi      SU chains,  thence  south   t1   chain    to
Mondays, Wed-   planted e north-w,      corner ol      No. 2-c        , , ,. ., ,      |nl   . , cotj    . , ,   , ,
,'    ;.   ' '     ,.   ' ' "���" ���!i     !   "s   ��� ���      .      ' ' ���    ��� ���   ���     11,   irm of
":is  ���     ':i-  ' ��� mimence-  t   l. r,94i . nortl i,ah    m     ore oi Irlct,      n il   n   n n I a hair s mth
��� A    , ...   ,    " ' "���       ,f the head of the no   h
It ���'��� and Frldaj -.
:.  I li Men    in    tares   from    the   Ol 1   :M :i
.:r-:;..      Now   is   the   time   In  secure
tickets, For further particulars apply
to Ed, Goulet, C.P.R. agenl for all
Atlantic companies,
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHLNbl AND  l'.MilNL
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKiiuii'; and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK,
Ornamental Iron vvorK, Including
Fences, Gates, Fire EscapeB, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence In
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIM B'l'KJUJST.
Kow  Wootmin8ter. v. U,   474
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
CllJid Block,   Nfw Westminster, B.C
< 'laim N .. i    i 'n.: in,    :ing at a
. ed on tin.    no ���    ....   ���   ,-.., ,
T.   L.  7943
 i,
s ��� i       ....... i   . ���   the   s -v.   ,��� if.
I nut one mile    n bend
in   , hains   wi    : ' >:   R. ���   then, ������
10      tains east, to  ,     '"",,  .A   " ...      ",
lh" wi st   line oi T   I., y.n:,-.    thence  '..������������   	
oinl of commence-
along the
ment.
Claim N'o, 10, Commencing al a
posl planted on Ihe wesl line, of T, L.
17043, aboul 10 chair, . outh f tin
north-wesl corner of T. I.. 7946;
thence 160 chains west; m chains
south; j,;.e chains -ms,, to the line of
. T L. 7945; th, nc,. along the line to
poinl   of  comm, ncehient.
Claim Xo. li. Commencing al a
post planted on Hie south-west corner
"��� T- i- 7945; lh, ace running 160
chains west; in chains north; 160
chains east, io Ihe wesl line of T. L.
e'.'.; thence 40 , hains south along
the line to point of commencement,
Claim No. 12 Commencing al a
post planted at the outh-easl corner
of T. L. 7945; thence running 160
i hains west; 10 chains south; 160
chains easi: thence 10 chains north
to point of commenc, ment,
Locate I   !'.  n tinrv  I I    1907
WILLIAM   MOODY
FRANK   V'AXDALL,
Locators.
Per Frank Vm Ial],
.March 22,  1607,
N'���   ' ��� ......... ...  ,v   ,
'f ''.'��� L. 7            ,. .   ��� orlh of
I'd ��� i   ,������,.'. ��� ���   m .   ,,,,.���,.,    WPH|
....    ���..     chains:    enit     80
1    an th  40 chi Ins  with  tie f
' "'    m   .:,.   ,    ,;   |o chains in shove
���-   SV,  .".      lnl   ���_':, ;   thence  north   SO
   we sl   10  chains ,moft or !��� ss, to
���e  .'��� ...,..]���... !-,., ment.
Date d  Ihis  20th  day nf Febrnnrv,   l" it. ilhe
T'"t   ',,���'   \'-e',i|,,|V   ,,,-\t,:K|;   ci     T.td
It-.- a.  It   McLnuffhlln, pres. nnd M.  I,.
-    ng in  From th,   ���
100.
beginning a    i posl   on  the sh ...
at the end  of  the  north i
"' Wot;.'- 'M ..... ;: Range 5, Coasl
I"s!',;m>, aboul 20 hi in ; mth of the
mouth of Snow Creek, thence ea I
100 chain-, thence north 10 ch ilns
thence wei I   160 i hains, thenc,. south
nortl    SO i      as;   thence east
���   ���        ith  SO  ch
thence w, ��� ....
nen
���I.   It.   AGAR,
���1  Im Carl on, Locater,   '
March 22, 1907.
LAND REGISTRY ACT. ~
NOTICE.
' ' ITTCE is ||i:i;|.;|.,v
''ii i v dnva after dite we Intend to apply
tn the [Ton, the Chief Commissioner of
Lends an., Works for permission to cul
���md carry away the tlmbpr from the foi-
'.-'���i'".- .!��� scribe .1 lands, situ.ale ,���i n,,.
��� ' i ������-������ illtz   River,   Ccnsl   district,   Rnnge
NM.      - ���
'"���o.-i  v...   13,    i-iivuvi ncinot nt   n  nosl
' lant, a   on   the   Kymnffntltz   River,  al i
���ii.   mile up from  tli" mouth, ,,,, lhe easl
'<  e,f rlver;thence  100 chains ensl ;  40
TAKE NOTICE thai application has
'' :i   matle to register  Karl   Brudvlk
10 chains to poinl mencem nl ''"' ��wner In Fee Simple, under a
11��- ''��� :'; Sale I I Hon, c.   \. Carncross
Commencing  at   a   post   planteil   at   Reev ,i  c   \i   n ,,.    ,
e mouth of Ford Creek, on the north     ,      /'A '' Carncross- fl,"'k '"
shore  of   Work's Channell,   Range   5 UiBtrlcl  <H   Surrey,   bearing  date
Coast District, Ihence SO chains north'   l;''  l'"1 ']:'.' "r Decemher, A.D   It,in
IS.   "",,<;,'ai"J     'aUt;     thence     S0   "'  :';i l""1  B,nS��>ar tliat  certain  parcel
"   "ls   Mll|'ll.   more   Or    ess   to   shore    I,.,,-,,.,   ,.���,,,,
thence westerly along shore ,���,���'���,'     ��� '" laml :,!"1 P���m����w situate,
that of commencement. IJ lns nnd being in the District of New
Sealed    Tei
Commission,   ��� '
partment of the 1
,.n  the env,   . "
It, rth Xo. 511,
,  h   Departmenl
. u Wednesday, I
1907, for a Ucei  ���
B, rth  No. 511, coi 1
���   of the Sou
the seei.h   hall ]
quarter of    Seel
E    ���  of  the Con 1
Ing an area ol H ]
'i;...  berth mu
In  oi e  j ��� ar n
���
The   reg ila I,
wil     li   ������
if tender      .
office of the Crow
N'ew  Westminst' ,,.���_
Each   tender mus
by an accepted   I
l.ank   in  favour of WPU,J'���
Minister of the I ���
neii;   of    the bon     'v������''     ..   J
fi p        '  T
can! is prepared I      "   "'   ,. ,J
No  .,.mier by telegrapJi ��" j
I, .laineel.    Tin' Ilighi   ' '
nol  necessarily ac <���'   '
. ns,
���BRLBY 0. KB��
II.   FORD,
li. CRAGO.
Mai ch 21, 1907,
NOTICE.
NOTICE  is   HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
m'ns Booth;  ] 00 chnlns west; 40 chnlns   "'''''v   days    after   date    I   Intend  I,
Wl tmlnster, in the Province of British Colum! la, mine particularly known
;,IM| described al Lol 32, subdivision
'���' Section 25, Block 5 North Range 2
Most
v"" nnd each of you are requested
'',' contesl  the claim of the tax pur-
A.:AA;;:-,,AA;;i,A,t',; aa:. a;aa ffi SSSSSSne? r,h'i H,on',h"'-?'"'wi:,,il! forty-flve aayB trom the
������    N     Commenc,      > u\\-%,Z^\, !���^ Z>   T^   ^   T   ^ '^
i  ���������          ". m :������-. River   nbbui rj   ....   timber from    tho    rnllowinn ���         register Karl llrudvik
'"���'    ������.''        A,,;';,;!"-,;,-'1 ^cr'bed  land.,    ,  .     :     th2 "owner thereof In  fee.    And 1 dir-
'   :"- north:    ion  ,           ,   .-. ���   ,., b01,ntl; New  \v."   minster ;'   ivi t; "'''      l;"   publication   of   this   notice
���''  '������       '���' '     '""   rlV��r      '���'   "'      ''    ":'  ���^'"���'���������'   '      '<     ' ���'������     ���- ' :   thirl      [a;     In a  dallv   newsnnner
a dally newspaper
Secretar!
Departmenl of the Interior, ^
Ottawa, February -
BLACKSMITHINC
Having nought out '���;'������, J
Ing   business  ol   ft.   "���   .       ,  ...yM
be  pleas,'el  to sc .in HorsCsh(i
era, as well as new    ���"
ing a specialty.
H-   M'        Eighth   S'rtCt'l nfiOAV.
M4RCH   28, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
;AL ESTATE Se^S ��      ���Sr an'1 throughout the
pimg the market today at      ��� . ���     s 11( ^g^ ^e��� ���
L^inSt?ies^ard,w KfiS H ^ 0wi,1�� to the m^ ^ge
bgew industries starting up, bringing m their tram a greater population of
Ugseekers.
THE DUTY OF HAPPINESS.
A 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
BKTWKKN
ii   VVKNITW;
H       SPLENDIM
I ,|,MI       SMALL
J-S'IVHKV
I  - -     WAT III'.   AND
r.v'.v:   PRICK
: GLANCE   AT
I...I -    -   eeli.l    1 I
butt,  i.."
���
..  .
/.    '
UTI
'      e
; i
-��� lH'tWfl'1
-        ,       !���   .    A .���
���
I: ."���
:     woods
u
��;,, I
$800.
te
-
I     III
���
JUST A SPECIAL-that's all
SPLENDID HOUSE TOGETHER
WITH 10 Al RES IN LADNER.
Hous,.' 2 full storej i edrooms,
iarge hall, 2 clothe  clo i - i ,r
ed ami finished in ced .
beautiful flowers, over   i ���
hedges, high board ami v
jeashell walk .  orchard   Hi a| ���
;.. ar,    pi me, 5 plum,
ami  other   fruit   tree
strawberrie ,   soil bla
il, well underdrain,
'.. ai pr m , ed 1 ���-   acki ol    ota
m 1 ac ', t fully se, ded, 5 toi
S.UOO.OO;
$2000   < <i��,h.    I  dler | arl
���
���i ime ���  Inle . ,���
$6,00 per acre, half ���
���      .
I.        Mr
at ban
Price
$2,750.  $1 '
I: 2 store
ise
$0,000.     . i    :
Snap    -  L it
m. $25.00       $3,00
������   .'. net :      it    G N.
$9,460.
-
5150   :ash.
Full-sized lot No. 8, be-
    6th &  Till Ave- on
4th St., ��� $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 n i
i
������   ���
lore
()ne acre ir
l block 9, be-
tween  18th
and 16th St.
'in 8th Ave.
Price ��750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
���
.   .
.
I
���
ne
I
$-���,500.
I
Landing
clt't
:
ea
���   $1,350,  on easy
V-: ���.-���.:  3 cash).    <-.
���
���   la
ti
3.
-
);   f
: zs:
easily
c
eared
E
9
tl
and
Seventh
avenue
and
C.
:���
' jnd
street.
I
3C
h.
���     .
P     ������   Si.020.
-
$2,000.
I fruit la
per acre
larter ie :.. i   aalance
. ��� ��� at 7 per ,
I        U'.tlge, Sections 2S,
II  ;iral-
. .   . .������    nail trees.
Se 'ion 32, S45 per acre; Sec-
- - ���  $60 per   i    s; Section 28, $55
������.    Telephone   at   Hammon 1;
���..   Pltl   Rivei   Bridge.
i ince one and two
t 7 pe   i en     Ex tlusive agenc;.
.   .���  lol   ind  two col tages on Co-
el . Sap  on.   Both renteei
tn $10 ea, h,
1 ine   nnl .      ��� louse an I
Ide   of
er ,      ! tKlnnls
��� om, h ,l .hi I
I wate i ied; young
���	
Prl ���    $'.800.  $900
. .    lo   ���     .   	
tier,  I . ���       ...      .   ivenue, lol
���     et,   $250 cash.
HOUSE and LOT
imm nan ling
.   i.   i ....  .,    toot   of
a i one half-storey
���    .-    recently paperedi
.  con; miences;    hot   and
1 '    fater,   bath,   flush  closet, lava-
tory,   ��� ectric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
2, with lane in rear;  part of lot
il with fruit trees,   Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, ba! ini e a 'ranged.
- lots, 20, 21 :   Xo. 20, $170: No. 21,
er)   $175.    Durham   and  Second
sl ��� el s
Keep  Vour Face le>  tbe Snulislit  nnd
Smile   Tlirotli;:!    v,,,r   'IViir*.
I kuow nn <>l,l mun who has i ad n
great deal ,,t' trouble and many losses
ami misfortunes, but he started out in
life with a lirm determination to extract Just as inu'Ti real enjoyment
from ii as he went along ns possible���
not in dissipation, but in wholesome
recreation and run. He bas always
tried to see the humorous side of
things, the bright sieie> and the duty of
happiness.
The result Is that, although tbis man
has had more than his share of sorrow
In liis cure,'!', be has developed the, Inestimable faculty of making the best
of every situation and e>f always facing the sun and turning liis back to the
shadows. This life habit of cheerfulness and optimism has brought out a
sweetness of character and a poise nml
serenity of mind which are the envy
of all who know him. Although he has
lost llis property :unl the uieist of his
family and relatives, yet be radiates
Bimshine and helpfulness wherever be
goes.
A man who can la,ii;b outside when
he- is crying iusiele", who ran smile
when he feels badly, has a great accomplishment, w >��� all love the one
who believes the sun shines when he
cannot see It.
A potted rose In a window will turn
Its face away from the darkness toward the light. Turn it as often as
you will, it always turns away from
Hn' darkness and lifts Its face upward
toward the sun.
So we Instinctively shrink from oold,
in..lam holy, inky natures and turn our
faces toward the bright, the cheerful
and the sunshiny. There is mor,.' virtue In one sunbeam than iu a whole
atmosphere of cloud and gloom.
Vour ability to carry your own sun-
shin,' with you. your own lubricant,
your own light, so that, no manor bow
heavy tie" 1 .,,'1 or dark tho way, you
will be equal to the emi>rji!u.:y, will
measure your ability to continue ami
to achieve.���Success.
|,nr���-*.,i ������   em,l    ,,��rli'-ei's   ml    ���.,���-!.-,jr    aeeo
solitude.
A bank of credit on whieU we can
draw  supplies of confidence, counsel.
syni|)n*h..-, help and love.
One win, considers my need befor ���
my deservlngs. London Tit Bits' Prize
Competition.
Hon   Clark   ll< Ived   Mi<-  Gif*.
Broken by ill health and bowed down
by   disappointment,   Clnrk   retired   to
private life In  bitterness of soul ami
passed    his    remaining    twenty-three
years eif crapulous existence ln obscurity and poverty.   Friends called atteu
tlon   to   Clark's   sad   condition   a   few
years before be died,  and tbe leglsla
ture   of   Virginia   grandiloquently   ac
knowledged his great Bervlces and sent
bim a jeweled sword.   The old  hero i
ant;er   was   aroused.    "Wheu   Virginia
needed a sword I gave ber one," be ex
claimed  to  the'  messenger.   ���She   now
sends me this toy. I want bread."  Ami
he thrust tin' blade of the. costly gift
Into the ground and broke It at the hilt.
���Lyman Tew Sprague, In "George Rob-
erts  Clark   and   His  Conquest  of  the
Middle West," in Ouliug Magazine.
The Joke  Maker.
"The way 1 learned my trade." said
the man wbej makes joke's for a living,
"was t��� take advantage of every little
thiut; that happened to come along.
Whatever it might be, sad or gay, serious or merry. I squeezed a joke' out of
it. At tirst they were very poor, but
after a grent deal of labor I found my
brand of humor Improving. True, I often made my best friends my deadly
enemies and turn,'el every man's hand
against me on more than oue occasion,
but at last I triumphed. I won't tell
you what my salary' Is���you may m,t
believe me. Hut you etan take- my
word for It, young man. that there's
money In makiug jokes."���New York
Post.
A  FRIEND.
6 Lots facing Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash. bal. on easy
terms.
I
-
i
M $2,330,
iin
ed;  wood
t ti
Terms  one-third
l
:
Prl,
ice 6,  12 and  13
I.500. one-third
onths
160 ace t, 40
lid,
louse IS x 23       ime
14-posi . ���    ...
in
.   -
ind c,
ised
iti  s  2 '���.  hen
... laid
12 : '- i of a life-
$9,000;  M mce at I
e
.- M
$60   each    lot.      Full
Four etweei
-
Price $2,500.
-��� ���    '
nd i ,ld wate .
M :
P        j: 100, ',�� . ash
$300 cash.  ��� :      ��� .
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
mu section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St.,Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
��� ��� i
I FOI I ACRES MURCHIE ROAD.
BURNABY. $150 PER ACRE.
a .��� i, Langle;. 23 un ler cultl. i
euse i.   she ;-.  etc. all  in
epair;  a       ip   al   $3,000,  half
i
y , lges an I two lots on Firs!
, Que,    -     irk     Price
$7,000.
10 a, res in sei.   :   Tim       fir, cedar and al ler.   Good soil; good roa is
Apply for full pa tic    irs
160 ai res in Surre,. ������ acres t leare i.
..   $1,800, half cash
n   into at  i'i per cenl . su ���
ject to     e   '   -���
Lots 17. ls*. I'm
���
S230;   I inside     I    ���    ' '     ������     !'    '
$950, cash.    Sill al  cash.
i  and  S \'M   ivennes,
-  ,   ��� ��� .      ���     "
���
:     t,  tv        tor,        -'
I
One hundred and sixty acres X. \V.
Va Sec. 17,, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 7j acres slashed,
Xo. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
', Sec. 25, Township 16, 2U> miles
from Abbotsford, creel; running
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, V4 cash,
balance on time.
Ten acres tti Lot 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared,   $30 per acre.
A harbor of refuge from the stormy
waves of adversity.
A balancing pole to him who walks
across the tight rope of life.
A watch which beats true for all
time and never "runs down."
A permanent fortification when onu's
affairs are In a state of siege.
The first pers , i  wil nej In when
the whole world lias go te out.
Oue who love.^ the truth and you and
will tell the truth in spite of you.
The triple alliance of the three great
powers���love, sympathy and help.
One who multiplies joys, divides
griefs and whose honesty is inviolable.
A jewel whose luster the strong
acids of poverty ami misfortune cannot dim.
One who combines for you alike tbe
Hia  Specialty.
Young Foley looked so downcast that.
the marke'i man asked why he carried
such a long face.
"Fired," returned Foley concisely.
"Fired?" repeated the market man.
"Give you any reason for doing It?"
"Yep," Foley saiel, with the air of a
martyr. "The boss said bo was losing
money on the things I was making."
"Is that so'.' What were you mak
lng?"
"Mistakes."
"vl.-nllit
He (excitedly)���I tell you the handsome dress that millionaire's wife is
wearing was paid for by blood money.
She (calmly)���Ah, that accounts for
the gore iu tbe skirt I���Baltimore American.
The  Little Pitcher.
Said F.ditb to her doll: "There, don't
answer me back. You mustn't be saucy
no matter how hateful 1 am. You must
remember 1 am your mother!"
Too Good  to  Miss
House:   Dininj   Room.   Parlor,   2
Bed   Rooms.   Kitchen,   Bath   Room,
Pantry:   Chicken   house  and Wood
Shed:  Electric Light. .$1,150, Cash.
7,6x1 1 ���.      ���
H -
reet,
i
i. enues.
Mm    Btre
Price $245.
,.,
..' lis.
1
���M
���   *" I ,
ish I p 2.    I.' i "���
.    a. ,	
trees;   12
.   I    acres     under
icres Blashe I
' acre, y cash, bai-
enl lis at 7',
.lock   II.   lee!    I I
3 mare:       Price
I', mii Bl reet,
.���    Price $450.
��� 'h, balance terms
....
p   i     $1,500,    el I
[,i acres N'orl
Po     Moody:
LOTS     OP     LOTS
Sn     BROWNSVILLE
Near the Bridge
C heap	
House, full sized lot, on Keary
-Meet, Sapperton; routs for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
House. 1" t loms, 1'.. lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,COO.   Terms can be arranged.
-   one mile from Hunting- :
lon, B.C . 70 ... res In grass, 15 acres
:,   ;   ...  fei    id;   house and  harn
$;   00;   ;ood road along one. side;
$ :   er acre, hall i ash, balan, e
irchaser al 6 . er t mum   Rea-
the  .�� ner's wife is in
id . and has to go to a  cold
cllmal
i, h ,us, . 5 rooms in
each 1 lit, ful   size lot,
etween    F I    Se, ond    street,
on north  -ih'.    Price
$1,500. ha t'an, e In one ye ir
We have just received our new
stock of Hats, latest spring styles;
new Spring Suits for Men ancl
Boys; the very latest in Shoes,
Oxford and Blucher. Everything new in Ties and Collars.
Westminster Clothing
COMPANY.    DAVE GROSSMAN, Prop.
und
ii        .i   .     . i;""    ���
IOxSH      fenced  an I In
P  ce   :���   00,
.    ���    i ��� ";
i,l, 17, a,        at b per cei
: o       icn   ������
:
illdlnss
...  i, ��� e     etween   Sevei ..���..��������� ... i ea 'Clove
..,., t, oast. <i ei    $15,000.    If yoti
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.	
prin
uitmds
ence I, rea i>  for ctii
ie    an I  Hamilton >
,-���.���.,   tree     i ired and fenced .n't
alarwtanionn >e    ��� :nln: '   ���"'
half cash,   balanc,   i no year nt , pei       ^ ; in A ...,.��� ,..,.,.���. twu
���..::: z'::::z.:,:. ��� '     , , ��A- ��'����-*��� ����� r ���-
' 'pari of lol SG0. .joins [.alte Commur,
about   T,i   acres,   only
Half cash.   Jump
Seven roomed house,
Seventh I      '
road, $1     ���
.' t
���   i ���
at fi
i onvenlencfiSj on
idows,   only   Sixth  street,  two storeys, $3,750.
on,. l.���; N'o. 12, facing on 41 h Ave.,
between i^; and 2d St., half blocli
,,,,,,,   Park,   $475. $275 cash,.balanc-
near  Fifth  avenue,  two  bI ���-
sized lot, $1,600.
full
$20     ���   n     i
i cash, balance
lands,  near
Mst A,
igusl and -is;. February, 190S.
Just Arrived one of tke  largest  and  most-
complete stocks in British Columbia
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER, $17.00 UP
Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded.     Suit.-,  kept  in  repair
free of charge for one year.     Open evenings.
McQUAR
&  CO.
THE
UP-TO-DATE  TAILOR
Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union
Fire Assurance Co. of London.
257  FRONT STREET
Ccr.  McKenzie   a::et   Fror.t
M. LANGTRY
��� THE DAILY NEWS
Thursday. Ma
RCH 28
' AFTER STOCKTAK.NG > ��ER ��T
We have special inducements to otter in
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring  stock,   which   is   expected   soon.
The   market  quotations  are   sure   to  advance on the  following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place vour orders for these goods at once.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������}
t " :
ARRESTED AT LAST | A
! Household j
Necessity
Correct
JOHN BUTCHER SERVED FOURTEEN YEARS IN PRISON RA- ���
THER THAN BETRAY BROTHER ���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
Chicago, .March 2',���A dispatch ,,
the Recoi l-Herald from Charlotte
Mii in.  says;
__^^____  "Silas Compton, aged Tt) years, wa:
a: rested at Aliens. Pa., yesterday, ac
. ��� ��� cording to   lispatches from that  city,   >
charged with  the murder of William  {
Two   Fine  Residential   LOTS M""-*
:
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
on Royal Avenue east, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost anv old way to suit purchaser.
\ovemb, r   I I,  1&92.    The   warrant   is   *
bas, d  on  an affidavit   made by John   +
B itchi ���,   who has    served    fourteen   T
yi :r.    ,. .; life si ntenceat the Jackson   ���.
...   ���      ���  e   crime.    Butcher  sayi
... ; en     II  th, se years t,
, , , oth, rs, Prank and John
  farm,       who   h,   claii ts, were in th,
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center or city wi...��.- ,11,,]   5
il,   insisi    Con pton ��as the slayei.      ���
good streets; each house in good repair and ���
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
I MURALO!
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
Ready for use when
mixed with water
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
... nfesslon, in  which  i  ��� a>
said lie did the kill ti   .  ��� a .   ul after- X
leni   t ��� he \ Imisslon. t
��� ��� Any person can apply it ���
Milliner
for
Easteru\
Nowhere \Vl
you find gathered
together a rrj
coipprehensiv
showing of EastfJ
hats.   Not just
few pretty od^
but every hat individual in
gance of trimming and fasci
shape.
A word of advice is here given to 1
who desires her hal for Easter.
ft'ornal
a,  was  7^  j ��� ars yeai s  old  and n
inei.    I lis skull  was battered in
an 1 a   pair ol  overalls were used
. 1  . ���  him to de th
J ANDERSON \
MILE   OF   WATER    LOTS.
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
THE   CELEBRATED
Ontario     Government     Gives     Barrie
Valuable Concessions Along Shore
AND LUSBY
: i
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
in Dispensing
Barrie,  Ont.,   March   27.���The  Gov-   ���	
eminent has granted the town all ihe
lying jetween Absolute Accuracy
li:.;. Ri . I   stre, I   wharl   and  Allandale, **
and thus a valuable future asset to
Barrii has '.een secure I. An adverse
claim was set up by the G.T.R. as
ri]: ri: p owners, but Hon. Mr. Coch-
.an, '. 11 thai the iights of the people
sh, .: I I ������ supreme. The lies extend
for a mil, a ��� at Ib ��� .-bote of Kempen-
:. ��� Ha;.. . nd although the wort of reclamation may not take place immediately, some day the property will be
utilized as a boulevard or driveway.
We remember how so many left thi ir orders lai
year until the last few days before Easter,and hJ
many were disappointed at not receiving their n<
hat.    It will be the same this year if orders arer
given at once.    If given now,  will see that vc
orders are turned out when required,
We extend an  invitation to all t'i inspect oil
New Easter Showing.
W. S. COLLISTER & Cl
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
����n
'Phone   100.
'Phcne   106.
IT'S TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
USE	
Pendray?s no.i winter Tree Spray
The Most Effective manufactured.
Full SALE BY
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
Nicola   Line  Opens.
Winnipeg, Man., March 27.���Th,1 op-
i  al Ing d< pari m< nl of the C.P.R. litis
announced  thai th,   Nicola branch of
lh<   C P.R., which  runs from Si ence'e
Bri Ige to Nicola, in British Columbia,
will be open ..--��� ng, r traffic on
Monday,   ipril   1. when a  full service
or, the new line will be inaugurated.
i Tl ���   distan, e ov< i   the new branch is
;       ��� ixi  iat, y-seven   miles,  and
i      ssenger train will be Installed i i   Ellard Block
eturn je tirney on Mun,lays.
. .. :   Fridays.      Leaving
S;;ence'     Iridge Sam., Ihe train
;      t Ni    ���  y . .mm. in l
"ti  th, day  the  return  will  be
N'ii mi;,   at   2   p.m.,     n I
ring  at    Spence's    Bridge    al    r,
o'clo,       '[' e       tions on the line are
at S ��� nc,'      Bridi       [unction,    Can
��������� right, D      i .������:������     . Wo ���  ward, C ml-
te ��� . M, rriti    nd Nicola,
is   a special feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Lvery ;���; ��
drop is measured and every \ '*>.
grain is weighed  by scales i '���'
and  measures   proved  ac-'' ;���;
curate by tests. '���;
at
It is in your health's interest >���<
to have your prescriptions !���!
filled by us. [ *
|
T.A.Muir&Co's |
DRUG   STORE
FURNITURE
.���;
| ;���;
New  Westminster ��� A
 i �����;
The Finest and Largesl Stock , t Fun il ir,      to I"   ���������. .��� ':.
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,00 I   tock
N..\v goods arriving da '       Latest styles .    i be I
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
715 and 718 Columbia  St.      Feu,   Floors.       Rea." Extension
>����������>; :�������.�����������. ��::�������::���:��:'���:���'���: ����������������������
..CARDS
�����
Eil -��� ���  Mi   M .������;> or Mr. Goul, I g, ts
���   ���   ina s,:.
AND
��� ,. ��� ��� *
ANOTHER    LOT   OE t
EATON HURLBUT'S %
V
j PaperS Envelopes j
JUST   OPENED   AT
J. J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
*
I
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�� a,
���
���
���
*
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x
Cerebrospinal    Meningitis.
Seattle.   M  i       27.    Elmer  Day, 29
.:-���������   Harold Hauck,
21 y, ars , students of the Dnl-
'��� i sity , ���   ���;:.,���    ���   - .,,, ;...   the Iat, st
In b   el     -;    I   ,:. ningitii.    Hauck
nt ol   the  Univer-
���������'.'���   ���        ��� .     lied with  -iiis  disease,
Day Vi ���       ���  s, turday while
atientlinj     . tu        and was taken
������   l' - i   .   :; . nital, whei    I ���
. lasl . veiling,     Hau, .      is laker
ill Mondaj  i  . I   lied evenin
NOVELTIES
AT-
Morey
217-219 Columbia St.
'*���'���"��� ��������������..,��� *'.��� ��� ���>.���*�� �� . �� . * * ��
.���, *>:��:��>:>:>;>:>;��:���:>:>;>.>;>;>.>.;���>�� .���:
I ..Desirable Residences.. I
asttsl
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*�����������������������������������������������������
l Electric Railway Service I
���
���
t
<a
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
.-Miiinns v.ill run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:l',0 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ,'ars will
run f.-oni Central Park to
Vancouver only.
i ransrer at ���
I
T    City  Limits Line���Service from
ill. Ie>  I'.  p m,
30   Minute   Service   during  remainder nt day,
Leopold l'lac
Sunday   Service   lialf-hourly   between S a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  fr   6.25  a.
in- i" 11 p.m., excepl between ���
12 ami 2, and 5 and 7, during t
which hours the service will be i
half-hourly, ���
# i i.
Sunday Service Halt-Hourly i,e- �� I !���!
tween S.30 a.mm and 11 p.m.        ���
Modern Cottage on 6th St. below 4th Ave., wiih
lot and one-half, in first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; fine lawn; a verv desirable
home. ..$2800.   Terms.
Modem 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location. 'JI1800.   Terms.
Moderns-room House on 3rd St. in good repair-
near car line.S $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St.
both.   Terms.
6-roomICottage in East End; modern
Terms.
$2000 for
$2500.
���    20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
J      Hot ween 12 and :' and :, and 7.
% British ColumfoBa Electric Ry. Co.,Li
jFJ.HART&CO.,Ltd
|
3
I
i
'���.
n
!���'
��  >:
LANGLEY, 312. Eighty acres; 20 cleared and baj
ance light timber; small house and barn
fenced; 300 bearing fruit trees: good watei
cows, hogs, machinery ami implements. HI
whole as a going concern.   $3100.   rermj
LANGLEY, 306.    160 acres, partlv cleared; 6-roo
house, small barn an< outDuildings; orciian
60 trees; on good road; convenient to ston
post office and school.   Price $2100. torm
SURREY, 224.   150 acres i 1-2 miles from Clove
dale,   25  acres cleared, balanci  -
land, easily cleared; 6-roon
etc.; L-2 mile from school, chur
and   store.     Price  $50  per .utv.
Dominion Trust Comp*
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
EASTER
With that, one thinks of dairj
Collars and Belts, Chic Blouses ai
Stylish Dress Skirts.
We have them at
W WHITE HOU5|
A. .). BIRTCH
-275 Columbia
St.

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