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 THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  JAN. 25
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ALL OVER  THE HOUSE.
Treatment of the Hinds���How to Keej
Them In Good Condition.
For perspiring hands the following lotion, applied several times a.
day, will bo found benelicial: Four
drams each of borax and salicylic
acid, two ounces each of glycerin
and diluted alcohol, one dram of
boric acid. Rinsing the hands in
alum water will sometimes allay
perspiration. The hands will become wrinkled if the skin has a
tendency to excessive dryness, for
which condition and to retain the
suppleness of the lingers the following massage cream will be found n
pleasing remedy: Lanolin, 1001
grains; liquid paraffin, twenty-live
grains; ten drops of extract vanilla
with one drop of oil of roses. A delightful cosmetic jelly is made by
soaking fur three days thirty grains
of gum tragacanth in seven ounces
of rosewater, Strain nnd add one |
ounce each of glycerin and alcohol,;
thei, half a teaspoonful of borax, in
the order given. A piece of pumice
Hone should In- on every toilet ta-1
blc i" remove stains from the hands.
Kitchen Wisdom.
Carpet tack.- and hot soapsuds
me effectual in cleaning fruit jars
and bottles. Cover the vessel tightly and shake well.
Hoi] the corks of the pickle and
catchup bottles and put them in the
bottles while hot, so that when they
are cold the bottles will be tightly1
sealed.
Alum or common salt dissolved,
in  boiling water and poured  into
cracks and crevices forms a sort of
cement, kills vermin and preserves
the wood. j
To  turn out any preparation  of I
foods which have been stiffened with
gelatin   dip   the   mold   entirely   in
warm (not boiling) water and turn:
it downward on the hand, shaking!
it gently until it slips down.   Then
gently place it on the dish.
A Good Scotch Broth.
This dish is particularly suitable
for cold winter days. Cut into small
pieces from one to two pounds (according  to  quantity   required)   of
lean meat from a neck of mutton.1
Put this into a  large stewpan  or
casserole, add hones, then pour over
a quart of water.    Let it come to
a boil very slowly and then allow it!
to simmer for two hours.    Place it.
aside and when cold remove all fat
and take out hones.    Put it. again
in  casserole,   add   three  ounces  of
pearl barley  and a little salt, also
about three ounces each of carrots,
turnips, celery, onions and potatoes,
all  cut   into   small  pieces;  a  little]
finely chopped parsley and a hunch,
of herbs.   Let it come lender.    Re- j
move herbs, add seasoning to taste
and serve hot.
ft�� 	
Baked Rabbit.
��� Take a rabbit, i .it it up, pepper i
and salt each piece and fry in but-!
ter till nicely browned,
Take   the   pieces,  out  and   place)
them in n dish  with a cover over
Ihem.   Then fry some sliced onions
���.ui'',  carrots,   some   powdered   sage
"and some fat  ham.    Add a quarter (
of a teaspoonful of sugar and fill I
up the frying pan with good stock,
bringing  it   In  a boil.     Pour  this!
quickly over the rabbit and hake it.
fur i,nc hour and a half.   Thicken
and hrown the gravy, and you will |
find this is a delicious way of cooking a rabbit.
To   Bleach   Lace   Curtains.
The  safest   way  of  bleaching
the ��� Id fashion >d wi    of lcttin    the i
sun do mosl of the work.    La) the :
in   ivai -     water  to  wl
you   Inn e   added   the   juii ��� ���   of
-   and   leave   them   I   ei
nighl.    I n the mo ���:        lay tl
.   ��� and
ncl '      . mr v       .     Al
���
tho lemon
It \   II nol  rol     ������ i .
do,   Fjnallj ' i
in i...   si ual in nun i.
Fircproofing Cloth.
... - -i
which mil 1 for ladi
n's dri |>i    eet-
' e.   ll
.    . : ivhich mu
lins i       .....   When d    . iJ n light
i       d  to tin      ,:
bio ray, but  i
li Vnd this is far from bei
injurious  lo  muslin,  I pr vi
its a] rei Lly.
Needlework  Notes.
All '.':���.
can I     ���     :..'..    either i yoke
at tl            ���: n t il li  at tin
To im nd lar   'hoi     ii ���- or
...            lack' a  piei e
rn 1 h il
darn will be -iron- i i.
To Remove Onion Odor.
Tn p move the sun    of o
-
i i t d i it c 11
!
..     ��� . . '   '      '
Turned Out
Get Out or Sell Out
This is our sad plight at present. The old unsightly store which
we have occupied for the last four years is at last to be practically rebuilt and made one of the most beautiful places of business in the city. But until it is ready for us, we will actually be
out on the street, for we find it impossible to secure suitable
temporary quarters.
i
We have  decided to Sell Out and
retire   from  business   until   the   block   iss completed
Our entire stock is to be sacrificed. It's a case of have to; we have
no other alternative. This store must be cleared of goods before contractors begin work. We are desperately in earnest; to use the slang of
the day, "we are up against it/' and we must "make good." We can't
afford to fool the public; we must give genuine bargains, or the stock
won't move.
Here are a few of the Prices:
Mens Suits, $4.65
Men's Suits,  6.15
Boys' Suits,
1.10, o.ou
10c Handkerchiefs, 3 for 10c
Wool Sox 3 for 20c
Braces,
15, 25 & 35c
Collars, 10c each
Pants, 85cto3.15J|Ties, 15, 25,35c
urnishin1
3
Boys' Caps, 15c
Men's " 15,30c
Auto " 40,65c
Black & colored
Felt Hats, 85c
Dip front & other shapes, 1.35
WUJ   L
1.75 Lace or Elastic, 1.15
3.00 Shoes for 1.95
3.50 " " 2.15
4.50 ������ ' 2.85
5.50  k>      '    3. .:
....
ii ; f     I l
.    ��� i    '(h
;v.:d *. ��� (fpiDAY, JAN. 25, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
Absolutely    PURE
LABOR CANDIDATE
DAS A MEETING
At
Sappei-ton     Last     Night.     Labor
Meeting Addressed by  Liberal
and  Labor Speakers.
IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   -   BY   -   THE
not likely to cheapen labor. The lXe
minion government Immigration policy wiih regard to Ailing Manitoba and
the Northwest with Doukhobors und
Galllcians was severely condemned.
The audience was urged to stand for
the protection of the working man by
supporting the Labor party.
.T. S. Rainey was someWDal late in
arriving on the scene, ami when he
arose to speak, was well received. He
repeated in great measure the ad-
j dress given al the recent meeting in
the opera house, and went at consider-
Easterbrook Milling Com'y
The meeting in Sapperton called by
.1.   s.   Rainey,   the   Labor   candidate
drew an audience of thirty people last I
.,,.,,                  ,      '                        j able  length  into the  platform  as laid
night,   including   speakers,    reporters I 	
and  kids.     The   chair   was  occupied
down by the Canadian Labor party.
He staled that he fully expected, with
the aid and support of all labor men,
to head the polls on election day.
OF   EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say���
IMPERIAL
when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
��� by L. l-\ Williams, who stated thai the
1 object   of   the   meeting   was  to  place
before the electors the Labor plat-
1 form.     lie  then  calle I   upon   I-'.   W.
Howay, the Liberal candidate, to ad-
j dress the meeting. Mr. Howay re-
: gretted the clash of dates of meetings
which he showed had been unavoid-
. able.
i He had looked over the Labor plat-
i rorm, ami there were some things
j i-boiit   it  to  which   he   wished to  < all
attention.    One plank was free, com-
pulsorj education and free lexl hooks.
l-'iee education was now In force and
as to the question of free text  hooks,
at the lasi  session of the legislature!
������������������>'    BLANK BOOKS
Moreys
FOR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry.
Try lt
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for  Terminal, and see that you get it.
The Easterbrook Milling Co.
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
K
122 Front St.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
I'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. Kith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
BLACKSMITHING.
i ,    Having
J ' ing husii
i
bought out the Blacksmith-
business of K. H. Benson, 1 will
be pleased to sec all his old customers, ns well as new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
Ihe Schaake Machine Works;*
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Milt,:'*!
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carrwthcrs Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
The 'omesteader is required to per
form the conditions connected there
with tinder one of the following plans.   '
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
; residence upon farming land owned
'by him in the vicinity of his home-
1 stead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
j the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
I be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
i to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
^-   B,���UnauthorIzed publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
al me nher of the hon. e, brought the
matter up and the McBrlde government state! that ii wa.- under consideration. Mr, McBride and his friends
had a bad habit of being content with
considering things. The disposition
of coal and oil lands by the state, was
om- of the planks in the McBride platform during the last election. Mr.
McBride, however, had failed to make
good on ii. and when the bill which 1
called  for such    control    had    been
' brought forward, it was voted down :
by the Conservatives, assisted by the ,
men who represented the Labor and j
Socialistic parties, as was shown by j
the records of the house.
The next matter dealt with was lhe j
McBrlde taxation enactments, which
had placed all the burden upon the
poorer people. The members of the 1
opposition had voted against ii but
had been defeated. The McBride policy of handing timber lands over to
speculators was condemned and the
speaker next referred to the facl thai
the McBride governmenl employes on
the Fraser river bridge, were compelled to cover the twenty four hours of
each day in two shifts of 12 hours
each. The emplo; es al the Provincial asylum also worked twelve hours
a day.
The McBride government was now
planning to assist the Salvation Army
scheme to Introduce what might be
culled pauper labor into the province,
and British Columbia did not want I
��� I :i class of people which would be a '.
���P""  drug upon the Labor market.    There;
I were lota of men available if a reason- 1
aide   wage    were    forthcoming    (ap-
I plause).   We   wan!   settlers,   bui   not
1 cheap  labor.     The members of  the !
1 Liberal government    at    Ottawa  had ���
I been the friends of the labor party. I
They   appointed   a   labor   bureau  and !
, abolished the sweating system.     They !
I inserted the fair wage clause in gov- j
I ernmenl  contracts.     They Introduced i
the Alien  Labor   Act. and showed  all
through,   that   they   were   willing   to 1
help   labor   in   all   possible   ways.     A
government   must,  however, legislate!
foi all classes, and not for anv particular  class   of  men.     In   conclusion,
Mr. Howay said "It's up to you, gentlemen, to say whether the McBride gov- j
ernment, which has done nothing for
vou   shall   be   returned  to  power,  or
whether  you will  mark   your  ballots
for   the  Liberal   party   which   has  always  shown   consideration     for,  and
willingness to aid the workingman in
every possible way."
!    The   chairman,   as   Mr.   Howay  retired,  said   that   he had  one  or  two j
things   to  say.      It   had   been   slated I
! on  the  streets  thai   Mr,  Raines   was
in 1 that ;
I 1   u as simply  aiming to draw  vo es
fi im   the   Liberal   part)   for   Mr.  Gif-1
��� ird'a benefit and that I e would event
ually  drop oul   and sup iot 1   Mr. Gif
ford,    He wlshe I to n all
stories as lies. Mr. Rtilne ��� was In
the contesl for goo i and would 11
elected on February ".
Mr. Perry, president of the ('ana
Han Labor pari y was the next Bp ��� tk-
He warned his hearers lo beware
of being deceived by red li irrings
which Liberals and Conservatives
would like to draw across the trail.
The Labor parly was growing and
was   bound   lo   grow.      The   speaker
DAIRIES
What "sterling" means
to silver, what "cutting"
means to glass, what "18k"
means to gold this trade
mark means to
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
It's the hall mark of
quality.
Maple Leaf Rubbers, as
their name signifies, are
j MADE IN CANADA
1 front pure Para Rubber.
All kinds, ,-.11 styles, all
sizes. There are no others
"just as good" for Western
conditions.
]. Leckie Co., Ltd.
Selling; Agents, Vancouver, B, C.
SoIh Agent for New Westminster
MO REY'S W. E. SINCLAIR
217-219 ciu-to st.      SUITS TO ORDER, . . . $11.00
PHOTS TO ORDER 5.00
Hot Water
Bottles
all prices
MARVELOUS   REDUCTION
until March 1st, 11)07.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   -     New Westminster
OPEN  EVENINGS.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
EYES   TESTED    EREE
By Graduate Optician
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. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
1
Family Trade a Specialty,
j Tel. 113. Office,.Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ami tSNUlNE
WUKIv.
SHIP SMITH1NU, UK1UUK and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WORK.
Ornamental  iron   vvorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders aud correspondence In-
i vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE HTKttUiT.
Now   \"i- "minster.
H.   (>
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
In ihe Railway Belt in British Colum- nol in this electh ;i seriouslj
bla, may be honiesteaded by any per-
son wh 1 Is the sole bead of a family.
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local hind office for the district in
which the land is situate.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to iny
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store Light and Heavy Hauling
'���fit
'Phone l^e.
Hnvri   r-notw 137
i dealt   with  the  factory   act   as   passed
by the Martin-Semlin government,
The trouble was thai ll had never
keen enforced.
With regards to speculators b Ing
'-liven ;i chance, he considered that the
Liberal parti at Ottawa had sold
thousands of acres of lands to sjiecula-
tors. Mr, Howay was a union man
all right, and belonged to the Lawyers I'nion. which w;is one of the
closest  nn earth, and  which  was one
Second Hand Goods of
ell kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
'Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
REDUCED   RATES
WINTER CARNIVAL, ��� Rossland, B. C.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors
Tickets on sale Feb. llth to Feb. 16th.
Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
ED. GOULET,
C. P. It. Agent,
New Westminster.
E.  J.   COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
FARMERS!
of the strongest upholders of class le-Itans- 'l,hone flx,lir,;s' sh:u,M' bellfl< bat"
isin.ion.     The  speaker    condemned  torles' wlre and oables o�� ��u Wndi
McBrlde government's action with  mul Blzes-   House wiring,   Motor in-  qj   Fraser RlVer TaniierV
stalling a specialty.    All kinds of re- * *a0W **IVCI   1��"��CIJ
regard to the Salvation Army proposition to provide cheap labor. Men
who would come al their own expense
were the men to be desired and were
pairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304,
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
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THE DAILY NEWS
PR I DAY.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub
lisbing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
J-VERTISING RATES.
Transien. display advertising, 10
cents per ine nonpariel) 12 lines to
tltf inch. Five ce^ts per line lor
Fitrseneent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
For the tabic, get WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Every grain a
perfedt crystal. Absolutely pure,
dean and never cakes.
record   of   -Manitoba   during the   past
six  years."     Hut   what  of Capt, Tat-
Old Law Suits up Again.
The two old libel suits of Hardman ���
I & Bryson vs. Chas. J. Robson, of
the citj hall staff, and .1. E. Hughes
vs. Mayor Keary, have been brought
to the front again. The circumstances, which were published in these
columns some months ago, are as foi
FW��>
jllNVEINTORY  SALE1
lows:
Hardman K- Bryson, plumbers, of
this city, claim damages to the extent   of  $10,000  from  ('has. .1.  Robson.
the latter, the statement of claim says,
having made assertions regarding the
competency of the plumbers as regards certain sanitary arrangements,
and attributing the death of Roht. .1
low's achievements-.' We understood
the local governmenl claimed first
place. Says the Telegram, "And this
result it has achieved by economic adeems per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10   ministratioo, and  by  taxing those in-
cents per line. terests  which  are  best able to  bear
Foi    time   contracts,   special   posl- ,
funs, apply to advertising manager. ihe burden ol taxation.     We pass.
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or	
deaths, 50c.    Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per       Lasl   summer western  journals bb-1 ,,.,,,   |() |ht, ������Hi���jst-.l(.t01.v ma  ���,,,. ln
r��r'u     No- nai?'',i8ement takeD  f��r   i''r,f"1  t0 ""' ,;1,"'r''s s,ilfl' '���|"''"s'""1' ' which thev installed a septic tank.
.esu man to cents. (|(,n,   ,|S  ;|   |||;in   wjt|1imt   imagination.!
���,,,., , , The  case  of   Hughes  vs.  Keary,  is
Describing   the  conntrv,   where   there
' the outcome   of  a  speech   by  Mayor
Keary.  in   which  he  altacl he ho-
, | tots of Westminster, accusing them of
harboring fast women, and prostitutes..
Mayor   ICeary   publicly    named  ihe
hotel   l.yllon   among  others,     Hughes
I
OF
j OVERCOATS
TELEPHONES.
I wer<'  mines and nulls  he saw  mines
Day Office   A22   ;in,| mills, and where there were none
Night Office    B22  ho saw  none.     He refused to let his
            fancj  painl golden pictures of the t'u-
jsmasb, "''''���     ^'"' this is how this imagina-
;'<:C''����i' lionless  man   of  facts   describes   the
' McBride government,  "li   is  a  some-
what  tattered  Ministry  which  is now
__ seeking   a    renewal   of   confidence."
Mil I. is ii not?
D
FRIDAY,   JAN.  25,   1907.
was then   proprietor  of  the   Lytton,
and claims $.">,ooii as compensation for
the loss caused to bis business by the
Mayor's statements,     The   wril   was
served  and  a> nothing  was heard  of
THE   RED   HERRING. 	
The  Columbian   prints    some    cor-
resj   ndence     between     ihe     Grand Ottawa.                         ,],,, (,.IS1. |g was glipp0sed to have been
Ti   ..     Pacific Co. and the McBride gov- Ottawa, Jan.   24.���Al    the    Liberal   ���,,,  drop, hut  further steps have now
eminent, two years ago.    It dates the ,':""'"'Li   >'esterday    ii   was announced   keen taken.
first   letter,  "1906,"   bui     ihis   is,  ol   "l:" ""''''' wi" '"' "" general election  ___
eoiir.-e   (l).  of course: I, a   mere   prim ''"'  :"   leasl   eighteen   months.    If as-
ers error.    The  Columbian  would   no. SUrance  ">  lllis  effeCl   is  given   to  Mr.                     ���e  Pistol  in  London.
dream  of  altering a dale to deceive Borden. " ��'m materially shorten the      London   Jan. 24, -William Whitely.
people, would it'.' ssion.                                                     founder  of  the   first   big  departmenl
That is by the way, however.   The '
For 10 Days Only
We've got too many Overcoats and we don't believe that you have got enough.
We want to sell ours and here's the way we feel about it:
We would rather sacrifice our profit and part of the cost than carry the Coats over to
another season.    There's nothing wrong about our proposition.
Its good business for us to do so
The Coats .ue of this sea on's make   the besl we've had.
They're right In cut, fabric and tailoring, and are the products Df the Uesi Makers.
X > 'make believes" or "tricks"���just a plain, fair and square offer.    If >ou gel a li: you gel   -
D
[le   ��� are a few of our price  inducements plainlj   put
correspondence   consists   of  a   letter
from  the company asking for a  land
Funer
The funeral of the late Jos. Spiers, |
and   a   refusal   from   the  Gov-   took  place  yesierday  afternoon   from
store In London, was slim an 1 killed
ibis afternoon by a young man who
afterwards attempted  to  commit  sul-
eriinient.
Murchie's  undertaking   parlon
Tin
I c -
Now,   be   it   remembered,   thai   the funeral was 'conducted by the Masonic      Mr.   Whitely   was  on   the  poinl   of
McBride governmenl   had  sold   10,000 order, of which he was a member.    I leaving his store  when  his assailanl
acres  to the  company  at   a dollar  an        The  pall   bearers   were   II.   Hoy.   R, I mshecl   u|, ���,  nim   with  a   revolver in
aire.  Mid   linil   .bulged the   law   to  do Kelly, R,  Richmond, T. A.  Muir, Aug I,,    , ,-     , ,    ,    , ,, ,i,
,,      .,���. ,,      ., ,       , ,, ,,. ' -Mii.. tiu5.   j jg j,,,,,,)   !,,.(,,! several shots, und the
it.     Naturally,  the company   though Munn.  \\.(i.  McQuarrie.    The burial
Our $12 Overcoats we offer for
11 ir $15 Overcoats we offer for
Out Sis Overcoats we offer for
Our 520 Overcoats we offer for
SS.OO
1 O.50
1 2.50
1 3.50
the governmenl   was   "easy"   and   so   service   was  read  by   the   Rev. J.   S.I
"touched" it for a further gram.   We   Henderson, chaplain of the order.
are   willing   to give   the  Government    ��� ~ :��� ���rt	
any credit due to ii for refusing, bui
as ii could not make such a grant
wlthoul putting a bill through the
House, and as it knew thai no Buteh
bill would pass, the credit does not
appear  to be ver\   heavy.
Why does i lie Columbian now print
this two-year old correspondence'.' Apparently for the purpose of inserting
in the Introductory paragraph, ihis
extraordinary sentence: "conclusion
is Irresistable thai with a Liberal government in power, In league with the
Ottawa authorities, the big corporation would quickly have its demand
satisfie I."
This   is   more    like   lunatic    raving
than anything else.    ,\ short time before I lie demand was made, the editor
of the Columbian (he ought to remember the oci asion) was on the platform
with a minister of the Liberal govern
Ottawa,  w hen    the    latter
pointe I out thai there was no reason
why the Province should give one dol-  jj
!;���.   oi   one acre o' land as a sub I I
i" the G. 'I', T\. and declared  that  if
th ��� government   of the   Province  did
-->. ii  ���'.-,:iii i | e wil ho it i mis e.
1';    same Issue of   the   Colitn
., tlack   In "i Ines, b
,-.,  . aign lie aboul  \1 r. M< Inn  - whit I
v        naili d" some days ago;  an i tin
"i on  i is! ni is irresisl ihlc" thai  thes
:.-  an I crazy   "a     un in
re !    he   '���        li   en led    tt
;.: Lention   from the  roi ���
: put, which
It   ii, ��� day.
merchant   fell   dead.     The     assassin
then   emptied   the   revolver   into   his
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H. L. DeBECK
The Cash Clothier
own body, inflicting what are believed
lo be mortal  wounds.     No reason has||
yet been assigned Tor the murder. The   |
> -nue was  crowded   with  shoppers al
the   time,  and  a  semi-panic  followed
tragedy.    The police were quickly on
I lie  scene.      The   public   were   ejected
from the building and the doors were;]
closed.
Later Mr. Whltely's assailanl died
al his room. His Identity has not
been ascertained. The murderer previous to the attack had been conversing with Mr. Whitely, and the latter
was overheard to say as he walked
awaj. "If you do nol go I shall call
I the  police."   The shooting  followed.
Brick Block
Positively the best corner on Columbia
Street. It contains three large stores,
well lighted, and numerous offices on the
second Moor, giving a splendid income.
The building has a frontage on Columbia
Street of 66 feet, and the lot runs back
to Clarkson Street.
PRICE   $38,000.      Reasonable terms.
Our Waterproof Arctics are great protectors on
a cold winter's day.
Don't Have Cold Feet
Nothing can equal a pair of Arctics for keeping
the feet warm and dry.
e mmi we Keep
A  LARGE  OPDEK.
\ r Col mihi in
Men's HIGH TOP MANITO
BAS, made with heavy wool lining, the 3-buckle kind. $3 a pair  1
I      M   i's medium height FINE
I  Jr. :CTICS, black flee-
Lvi.i
In San Francisco.
Business  an I   industrial conditions
iu   San    Francisco   for   the   last   six
months were   unusually good.    Great
activity was apparenl in the business
districts    Perhaps this was   the more
noticeable   from   ihe  restricted   area
covered.      Whatever   the   cause,   the
,   impression of prosperity was general.
|  There was buying ability apparenl  in
|  ail directions.    Labor or all kinds has
j   1,01 heen so well paid    in    .-ears as ii
j   has been iu the lasl  few monl hs. The
oniergencj of the case ��� doubt re-
hi        irgi     ,! Ivance   iu
.  i'-n-aii.iu.     u< rn icon a
-   in I'd  fi;;- ;���:,   same    cai ie.
I '��� in time will i     itsl      host     mat-
Hi i    ,        ii op]     are gene
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THE DOMINION TRUST CO.Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
EXCLUSIVE   AGENTS
Columbia Street, next SSatik of Commerce
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THE DAILY NEWS
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THE
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Funeral
TRY
Prices down to zero on many lines during our
uary Clearance Sale.
This Clearance Sale has spread out bigger, larger
knd better than ever it was in the past.   Of course,
���that's reasonable.   You would be disappointed in
���SMITH'S if it were not so.
PURS
at clearance
prices
For cut Bowers, Bridal Boquets and i a short illness.     Deceased was a na-
Funeral  designs,  a specially.
Tidy the Florist. A1S4.
'Phone
The Flyer came in from Vancouver i ...        .,     ,
I Port   Moodj
yesterday afternoon al full speed. The I
vessel   will  leave  very  shortly for  La-
| dysmlth  for more coal.
Only   two  cases   were     up   before
| Justice Pittendrigh this morning. One
i drunk and Incapable was fined $21)0
ami costs, and one homeless wanderer was given four hours to leave town.
live of Manitoba, and together with
her husband, came here a couple of
months ago and had been residing in
The funeral arrangements are in charge of W. E. Fales,
hut the time of the funeral has mu
heen set. Deceased was 29 years old.
Death resulted  from  pneumonia.
Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   DUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
Amateur gardeners, fanners, nurserymen and market gardeners should
lake the first opportunity of securing
a Simon's Seed List for 1907, which
One hundred and fifty boxes of is now ready al the sole agents, the
choice apples, embracing Northern Brackman-Ker Milling Co., From St.,
Spys, Baldwins and Hen Davis pip- New Westminster, 11. C. The seeds
! ins, were shipped to Vancouver yes- j this year are reported tO lie tiie finest
terday by .1. Lawrence of Hall's'ever pul on the market by the famous
'He. Reading  Seed   Mouse,  Messrs.  Sutton
& Sons, who have the honor of being
seedsmen to His Majesty King Edward VII. *
LEE S     Furniture     Emporium.
Dupont Block New Westminster Tel. 73
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M The annual meeting of the Orange
8 lodge of B. ('.. will be held In this
I* cit; on February 19 and 20. A very
'-'��� delegation Is expected and special rates lo New Westminster are
given mi all lines.
W.  A. Gilley's  pile drivers are getting  down  to   work   again after   their
long rest.     The  finishing  up of  the
Tin-  Western   Fuel   company's  tug,! contrac1  in connection with the Mill-
i time in this store has ar-   ���   Restless, came in from Vancouver ves-   s^e extension of the G. N. R. railway,
a time when  manj   j��   terday forenoon and  will leave today   W:IS  1VS"1""11  yesterday and   Mr. Oil-
lames    II   for   Ladysmlth   for   more  coal.    The   ley expects that the work will be com-
Dauntless   will   remain   in     port     lor    "h'UM    !,v   Saturday.     All      will      be
ile and  attend  to local work. Mri,l-ljl,:    :',!":"1    work   '''"'   lhe   lrack
Buying Furs at Smith's now   is   as   '5s !a>',,|'s    after    tll!".    and    "     ls ex
rived,    an I    al
ores    an-    reaping    their
illis.
11 as double savings.
White Thibet, Foxaline and Ra ibil
Ni ck Scan'-, al the following reduc-
lii ns: $2.00 for $1.50; $1 00 for $2.90;
.;-."..T.". for $3.50; $7.00 for $4.50; $7.50
: u  $4.50; $9.00 for $6.50.
$7..",n Sable Ruffs now $4.75.
IWARM
WINTER
HOSIERY
at the
^ost Favorable Prices
Donald Sinclair, who has heen al pected thai the spur will be in opera-
the Royal Columbian hospital for tion as soon as spring opens up. The
s  time, with a severe attack of wmk of driving the piles for the en-
grippe, has developed symptoms of largement to the engine room of the
violent delirium, and it has been Royal City Mills, is to the commenc-
deemed advisable to remove him to ed as soon as the mill men have got
the hospital for the insane for treat- things in readiness. The addition is
i ment. being buill  on  the south side of the
old engine room,
mere are  signs- ol   renewed  activity   in   the various mill   yards.     The Yesierday  afternoon    the    steamer
work   of  overhauling  machinery   has Transfer  broke  through  the crust of
���men going along merrily and yester- ir(. wnjcn bad held it firmly for a cou-
riay  men  were out  in the yards get- , ;,, of weeks and headed for the Lulu
ting thing in readiness for the return \,\nai\   bridge.     After a  considerable
the   workers as  soon as  the  river ���iiiiount  of trouble  the  vessel   passed
pens   up   and   the   -now  has  disap- safely through the draw and made for
i   ared, the ('. P. X. wharf as fas: as its steam
The Royal City Mills stern wheeler couW take lt-    T1"' ^ aad been brok-
Fire-Flv,   which  sank   to   ihe   bono,,, en the previous day by the Beaver and
I   about   a  week  ago,  ha. been secured the vessel haa n�� ',iffif'""-v iu Betting
,   chains   and  the   necessary   tackle "'" '" clear water ��PP��8lt�� the H"-Val
ir   raising it  once more to the sur-
Citv  mills
As  the   boal    emerged
���,,,,,,   a-,���.i      ,��� i  one e i   \Vm-o el   HOSE   in  full   Iffi              ,       ,                    i             mu           i, from   the ice the   Beaver,  which   was
iln Cashmere, Ribbed  \\ ooi    and tuoneu  woi.-ui  nuoa, m  mu   fg   face, has been rigged up.     lhe work
.....                  . .    ,,      ,,.,-.,,   ������ i on the first <fcrip to Ladner and Steves-
aaie                      age,   1   o    i tnm   he boat to the surface, and '
         J                                   ���          , ���   ���,���i ,>��� ton since the freeze up, passed, and
i?   puiting it into runnini; order, will be '
,1         ,    .   ,                .,                        ,.       ,, ���. the   two   vessels   saluted   each   olher
BOSI                                                                          i   l^ertaken   in   the   course  ol   a  tew ^ ^ ^  ^ ^    ^ Trangfer
made  its  way  to the C.   P.   N. wharf
A   considerable quantity of  market where   the   work   of  coaling   up   was
���oiluce arrived  here yesierday iu an- eommenmced.      If  the  Beaver   brings
. and 10; splen lid value a
 2  for 73
regular   price,   50c;     January
j ic Ho   ��� S ipponers (si le) ; a ��� learance of oddments; thn ��� d z-
drs al the :  Bowing prices:   $1  for 50c;   50c for 25c; 25c for 15c.
ticipation  of  today's   market.     There back a favorable report  of ihe river's
v.as a lot of line beef and  pork, also condition   to  Ladner  and     Steveston,
several   pens   of   poultry  and   several the  Transfer will   resume  its  old  run
M     i xes of apples.     The city employes today.     The Beaver will endeavor to
��   were   busy   clearing  ihe   snow   away break through the river ice and reach
���J   from   the   market   bui! dim'  yesterday Chiiliwack on Mon lay next
��� ������. ..���     >   md   gettig  everything  ship-shape for
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of   amateur   pii ,   rs  la '   nighl.   ��as
i   . ri al   success,  an 1   ful ���>   des irve 1
th    i ther  side    f tl ������������ foun I
���    ,   . ,     r ,,    he  exi elleni   hou: e   that   greeted   it.
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.    ...   ;,.    ������ ....  to maki   the Ion               Tl en   ivi no ca n .' stage frigh ,
around by the roa                    ���  ���         olti cmateui
in e . . dug wciu   with
a snap ; Ing thai    nan;   , .
i, n.lis might  well envy.
"Li  Ij I," Miss    Brymm   :
the   i iver   ye ste   la;   aftei   thei
laving   been   tied   up  for   a   we -.
wo.     A  numl er of the   Iwelle  i on
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L4�� i    d ill
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���. . m   look   plat ��� ..:,.-
hree o'ch i   .   from     lurcliie'
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1 Y/T- or.denvor to give satisfaction -   ��; . , ��- s
*    have,asourbusin    i has grown,;' ���.
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rapidly during the past year.
If you are not (ledling with
li ,wew< uld be pleased to have
you . ' -i us t trial.
mains I i 'sting place,
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Prices  WILL RISE as  ihe
Spi ins-ti - ���   Comes Alan??!
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conlrd  exclusively
? Lots,  i "        ,50  und  $00   per   lot.
:. that      "    you?    /���; any quantity
terms it ,    urself.      On car line.
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P. O. Box 248
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY.  jAN   ���:
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Tallow candles came
before electric lights���hut
that does not prove candles
better.
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PROGRESS BRAND
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Progress
Brand"
Clothing
was   not  the   FIRST
clothing made in Canada
���but���
Look for the label that -protects.
de BECK
HAVE YOU BOUGH]
any Real Estate yet, or are you like many more, keeping your money   I
tied up in the banks at 3 per cent, allowing some other man to borrow money from them at 7 per cent and make 100 per cent out of the
money borrowed?   This is done every day in the year.    It you have
not tried it yet, do so now.   Don't hesitate longer.
Delay   May  Mean
simply the difference between living from hand to mouth and inde-
mio*
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pendence.
READ   OUR   LIST.
Conundrums.
Why is """' the noisiest of all the
vowels: Recnuse you enn'i make a
horridj loud noise without it, while
nil the others are inaudible.
Why can you never expect a fishmonger i" be generous? Because
his business makes him sell fish.
Why would an owl be offended at
your calling him a pheasant? Because vou would !��' making game of
hint.
What is that which is black.,
white and red all over, which shows
sonic people to be green and makes
others look black and blue? A
newspaper.
Board  and   Ball  Trick.
Get the cover of a cigar box or
any other thin board about five
inches long and cut two small holes
in it. Then arrange the strings and
balls shown in the diagram;
Tho trick is how to get the large
ball oft tho string without untying
it or removing anv of the smaller
bulls.
Push tho ball close up to the right
hand hole nnd pull the right loop of
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application lias
been made to register Edgar L, Web-
lier ;is the owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing the date Bth day of January,
A.D. 1901, of all and singular thai certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the
District of Xew Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
\ articularly Known and described as
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
of South Easl quarter Section 10,
Township 1.
Vou and each of you are required
to contest the claim of ihe tax purchaser within thirty days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise 1 shall register Edgar I.. Webber, as owner thereof in
fee.      And   I   hereby  order   thai   pub-
13-roomed House, with
bath room, pantry, scullery, root house and wood
shed attached ; electric
light; hot and cold water.
181 ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
fruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash, bal. 7 per
cent. Price of house and
land going with it, $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 it. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
Another   of   Our   Snaps.
i This is In Victoria, are you moving.'
; I room cottage, water lavatory, back
i 1 lichen; barn 20x25: size of lot, 40x
320 acres near Cloverdale; one mile   Uu.  f,.m.,.| IMll| cleared; onlv $1,200.
from   school.    40  acres cropped   this: |.-.|SV ,t.,.lns    Enquire al  once for ful-
vein-.  30 acres slashed, easily  cleared    k,,.  particulars.
Best   prairie land.    Frame    house,  6]     	
rooms, plastered; large barn, chicken]
in use.    woodshed,   etc.,   etc,     Only |
$6,400. terms easy.
2   lois.   coiner   5th s ���   .
avenue; size of lol I ��� sioo. i. -1
lot. Can be bought al once I '.:���
inside loi $400.    Good snap,
168 acres, Coqultlam, H   .  ,.
ed, near  Black's ranch, $2,000.
House  and  lot, 33  S   10 ,  11
situated  near Que* u -.������-..
It's up to you to stop paying rent
cine hundred and sixi
\i  Sec.    15, Township  ;', -,
from  Port   Langley,  '���  acre; s istal
Full sized  lot,  No.  12  Third  avenue    No,   1  land.     Price. $10 per acre. o-.|
end 13th street, north side.   $300 easy   third cash, balance on time
terms. interest.
17 lots, full sized on Gth street, In |
Burnaby,   Kttsi   side   100   yards   from
Cliff   Can   factory.     Price   $1,020.
Snap in Lots.
Three   lots, less   16   feet, corner   of
Sixth street, and Fifth  avenue.     Just
$1,000, terms easy. House on Royal and Eighth Btrefet,
i
Vacant  lots  tor sale  in  all  parts of   two   Storeys,  seven   rooms,   full   sized
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000 pot, $2,000.
SO acres, one mile from Abhotsford, '     20   acre   blocks,    fruit   lands,   ne'.'.r
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit Junction, $20 per aero
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance      |S0 ,uM.es  Mapie Ridge, Sections 25>,
in three equal payments at reasonable Lg ,ui, .,_,  Township 9< (im,na���- prai-
11-2 acres, between 5thI
and Gth avenue and ltitt
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash,
interest.
rie, res!  brush and  some small  trees.   property.     Price $10 per acre,
TO INVESTORS.
S6 acres, half mile waterfront. G.N. 150 acres Improved  land,  buildings j priC6S; Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec-! balance on tim-
R, running    through.      $9,460, terms  and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;   Uon 29_ $60 per acre; Section 28, $55  	
easy.     Investigate. all  under cultivation, $15,000.    If yon   p(,,.  .,,.,.,,     Telephone   at    Hammond;
Two  storey  house between  Fourth can   handle   this, don't   delay;   it's  ajtelegraph   statlolli   pit)   Ujver  Bridge.
One hundred and sixty acres, x.|l
S     Sec. 2.">,  Township   16, l:; :...\
from      Abhotsford,    creek     mania
through,  50  acres   alder      tl      tm
to   be   $600  worth   of  timber on til
^
the string as far toward the left
hand hole as it >vill come. Then
pass tho loop through the hole and
over the left ball, as indicated in
the second diagram. This will cause
the two loops to separate, and then
1 he ball will come off with ease.
Reversing the operation, you can
easily put the ball back into its
original position.��� Columbus Dispatch.,
A  Church   For Children  Only.
The Rev, 1 lenrv A. King of the
Oakley Avenue M. !'.. church, Kansas City, proposes to start a church
for children onlv. lie wishes them
to lake the part oi the official
board, the organizers, the ushers
and the congregation.
Politeness to Foreigners.
Prom  Europe, Asia and Africa,
From Nnrili and South America,
These names of places come to me
To teoi li ni" my geography.
An.I so It's no more than polite
To put my playthings out of sight
Ami for :i moment give my mind
To visitors who are so kind.
-��� ���'.'��� i.-' ei^liin Star.
LAND REGISTRYTcT
lication of ibis notice for fifteen days and Fifth avenue, seven room
in  a   daily   newspaper   published   al ln'' *1"1-    $1,700.
.New   Westminster   will  be  Rood  and Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits'
sufficient  service thereof. $60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
DATED at the Lund Registry Office, enquiry.
New Wesl minster, Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of Janu- 160 acres, Westminster district, 40
ary, A.D. 1907. acres under cultivation, 10 acres or-
C. S. KEITH. chard, % aerft, strawberries planted
District Registrar, this year; alder bottom land; running
To Thomas Jeffries,  Esq. spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
All persons served with ibis notice, x :;-: 14"P��st frame hu,ltie and COlV
and those claiming through or under stables, three in all, stable S cows nnd
ihem. and all persons claiming anv In- - SDan 1|n,>f's; Qear Missi��n Station;
terest in the said land by virtue of any !schools- cn,lrc]les near :lt hand:
unregistered instrument, and all per- steamer lands twice a day; about 100
sons claiming anv inn-res, in the acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
said land by descent whose title loSSe(H ?2'000 refused for standing
is nol registered under the timber; carriage liouse 16 x 24; hen
provisions of the "Land Registry Act," house n,ai!e o�� hewed tlmber 1-li>1 in
shall be forever estopped and debar- mortar, 12 x :m. A chance of a life-
red iron, selling up any claim to or lime' ^���"""- $1-",'�� cash' balance at C
In respeel of the said land so sold for lier cent-
taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
s   Rents bargain; terms can be arranged.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Or, will sell the house
and 22 ft. on Columbia St.
for $2,600; $1,000 cash,
bal. in two years.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register John W. Burr
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from The Corporation
of the City of New Westminster, to
John W. Burr, bearing ihe date Loth
day of June, A.D. L905, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being In the District of New Westminster, in the Province of liritish Columbia, more particularly Known and described as I.nis 9 to 16 Inclusive of lol
12, Suburban Block 13, New Westminster City.
Vou and each'of you are required i i
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
ol the ' .-' tiblicalIon i i 'bis notice,
otherwise I shall register John VY*.
Burr, as o\\ ner thereof In fee. An i
! tin lier oi tier thai publication of I liii
notice for one month In n dally news
II NEW-YEAR'S SPECIAL II
SAPPERTON
A choice property has
just been placed in our
hands for rapid sale. Read
carefully, and invest; it's
a money maker.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots SIOO. Only 1-1 cash.
bal. ('��, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
160 acres good farm land in Delia,
about 3% miles from river, near Scot:
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
160 acres. N.E. Vi section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $10
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
Business Opportunity
Bakery and Confectionery business for sale. A
splendid opportunity for
good man. Shop, house
and stable rents for $25,
Lease, $700 cash for
business.
Ten acres in Lot   I63, one
of Westminster Junction,  \: .-
ily cleared.   $30 per acre,
Two   storied   house.   7   i    : -.    ������"���
sewer   connections,   all    mo
provements, splendid  locality, $,2,800
Terms  arranged.
House, corner of Fifth avi -
Sixth streel, one lot, two '
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
67 acres. Hornby Ranch, N'lckomekl
house cost $2,500 when built, no acres
cleared.   Price only $3,000, half cash,
House and  I'i  lots,  5  rooms, price   balance easy. Hoarding bouse, 20 rooms. Ol  Sil
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arrang-1 streel    one   block   from    nosl
80 acres ot  land  near Sutherland 6 a"-'a'   ���   oui    uiolk   i.o.n    pu
ed at G per cent.; Alice street. ... , ,   . ��� rents -it flu npr mnn'h   nr     ��� a  ���   I
i tin11. in Surrey;   good   house, 6  acres lettlB al *"'-' I"1   nion.n, oi   iui
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms, $-'.500.
House  and  lo*,  50  x   133,   back  of      House,  eight  rooms, on SI   Ge
brewery,  facing Columbia   Si.    Rents  street,   comer   Fourth,   $2,500;
for $24.00   per  month.      Price   $1,200.[ terms.
half     cash,   balance   in    six   months.
You cannot possibly get a higher per-l
.lames Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
LOTS    LOTS     LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
House,    full    sized    lot,   on   Ke��
slreet,  Sapperton;   rents  for  $b
centage I'or your money  than II  perl        .,     ,,  .    .. nKn
month,   Only $1,050.
cent.
40 acres near Mud Bay, $7 per acre;
| see us for fuller particulars.
S roomed house, all modern improvements, line location, cornei- of  Fourth
streel   and  Agnes.   $5,000,    one   half
1 cash.   A comfortable home and   good
family residence.
Eight-roomed    bouse ,  all    modern
Lot   No.   10,   lull    size,   on   Agnes  conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
street,   all   cleared   and   fenced,   read.    sixth  slreet, two storeys, $3,750.
for building;   a real  good speculation
foi   $600.    Half lot   No.  7   $250.
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac,
cleared; good well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
i;,.  |-    h        :��� :   feel   of  Lol   3   and
Wester!     "   i't'<'1   ">'   L";   '���   l!l'"'k   5|
, In U i  Citj .
\   cei tlficate of  tndefi aslble   Title
to the      ove  pr iperty  will  be Issued
to   v illiam Campbell,   Matilda  Campbell   , ,; I   Kill i i ��� i  Campbell on  the
IhI   i';i\   oi'  February,   1007,  unless In
the m itime a valid objection thereto lie made to me in writing by a per-1 |sn Columbia, ibis 28th day of Decern
sou  or  persons claiming  an estate or   |.,.,-,   \ rj, 1906,
Interest therein, or In any pari there- C.S.KEITH,
of. Districl Registrar
C.S.KEITH, To Flora V. Hammlll. ti,,,,,,   Ciill-slzed   lots, cleared   and
Districl   Registrar of Titles. A11 persons served  with  this notice,   fenced, close to car;  corner Of Fourth
Land Registry Office, j and those claiming through or under  avenue and Third street* a
I CO ai : ea on the Scotl i oatl, l"> acres
i leai ed ;   eai n  50 \ 30;   stables, el c..
ndiil     11; only $30 per acn-, $1,000
' .i ���!;,  bal,in i
!'.' ��� v en   Fifth  and   Sixth  avenuei
neai- S' vi nib  Btreet, eight  rooms, all
mo li rn, stable and chicken house, iuli
sized   lot,   two   storeys,  $1,000  cab,
$2,500.
>.i, i ;���  i ibllshed  i I   New   Wesl minster
v. Ml   be   good    and    SUfflclenl    service       House ami lol ou Sth slreet. Lot GGjf
i   e it. 120, 6 rooms, woodshed chicken liouse,       160 acres In Surrey, 5 acres cleared,
DATED al the I.ami Registry Ofllee,  $1,050.   Terms easy. fenced on road side, $1,800, half en h
New   Westminster,  Province  of   Brit- balance on  time ai   6  per cent., su .-
160 acres, Langley; 25 under cultiva-   j,.,., to sale of limber.
Hon;   liouse.   barn,   sheds,   etc.  ail   in
good   repair;   a   snap   al   $3,000,   half
cash.
New Westminster, B. ('., December
24, 1906.
The person or persons Inning in
their custody or possession the following Title Heeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
i :, tne  In  the  undersigned.
October   17,   1889,   Augustus  Lund-
good Bpecu-
ihem,   and   all   persons   claiming  any   lation;   live minutes from  posl  office;
interest  in  the said  land  by  virtue oi | $1,800;  easy  terms.
any  unregistered instrument,  and .-ill
persons claiming any  interest in the     Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
said  land  by  descent,  whose  title is' I10:"'  Fmh  avenue,  two  storeys,  full
not   registered   under  the   provisions
sized lot, $1,600.
Hie "I.and   Registry Act," shall be      00 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
���fiver  estopped   and   debarred   from   can  be  bought  now  for $-J."i  per acre,
bem   to   Donald   McOilHvray,   Convey-   Retting up any  claim  lo nr  iii   respeel    only one-quarter cash  needed, balance
ia fee of pari of l/iis :: and l
March .. 1883, Peter Monetta to Augustus Lundbom, Conveyance of part
of i.m ::.
BAXTER,  McLELLAN  ,t  SAV \<:F.
Agenl -
337  Hastings si. \v. Vancouver, B.C.
o''  the  said  land  so  sold   for  laxes ns   in one or two years al  7 per cent.
provided   for   by   the   "Land   Registry
Act."
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on Gth St., just
off* city limits. _ $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
FiNE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion uf New Westminster,
cast end; close to car; <i
large rooms and large reception ball; modern in every respect; '1 full lots L32
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs, and Mowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
House and lol. on Aynes street, two
oreys, seven  rooms;   a   real  snap al
$2,500.
Large lol and I wo cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton,   Both rented
1 al $1ii each.
i
Five collages ami two lots on First
street, opposite Queen's pail;. Price
$7,000.
lilo acres in Surrey, near  I'     '  ��� \
: Coulthard's ranch, $7 per aci ���
l terms;   fruit   land  .     ee  u
ticulars.
l louse,    iu   rooms,   l c   lol     i
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh
' $2,000.    Terms can be arrun. -
i '���'��� ai n  . one  mile fi om  :
don, B.C., 70 acres in grass, in ������������
Iraim I and  fenced;  hou ie ���
cos   $2,500; good road along -
price  $50  per acre,  half ea   li.  I
to suit purchaser at G per <-fi\'    ,;''���'���' i
i on for selling, i he owner's u Ife 1H
bad  health, and has to go to n "
climate,
Double tenement liouse, ."> n oma u|
each house, water, light, full size lot
between    First   nnd   Second   Btreet
Fourth avenue, on north side.   Pr'c I
$1,500, half cash, balance In otlfl )*;'r
al 6 per cent.
One ami a half lots, Sapperton, jusi
off Columbia streel and Brunette, only
Pari of lol 309, joins Lake Comniur,   $1,200.    Terms to  be arranged.
about   70  acres,   only   }25   per   acre.      [-'nil sized lot on  Reglnn street, 06x
llalr casb.   .lump. | 132, Lol  10, Sub.  i n,,i s. prlCe $150.
Hill acres, all  fenced, ready f
livalion.  good   water,  half   m
or cul-
froiii
school, nl. Chiiliwack, $75 per acre-
HI acres in I'ill Meadows, onD
$35 per acre. One third cash, balanc
al (1 per cent.
s ami 10 acre blocks in Surrey,
threJ
miles from the river, $10 per nrre.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
JoAufikiHU*4i��-^ * rWOAV
JAN. 25, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
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CITY���
ROPERTY
story house on west side of
street,   below   Queen's   Ave.
use is rented    for    $17    per
modern.    Price $2200.
���   \ve. near 10th sl reel;  small
., good repair; only $750.
A Swiss cliiid7 aged throe years,
has been sentenced at the criminal
assizes at Weinfelden, in the can- j
ton of Thurgovie, to three ami a
half    months'    imprisonment    for
theft,   lt appears that the little foi- j
low was passing a toy shop ami, see- I
Lng   some   toys   dangling   iti   the
street,   helped   himself   to   two  or j '
I three  articles of  little  value  and
: took them  home.    The child  was
; carried into court and in answer to I
\ questions frankly said that he took
'the toys home to play with his lit- |
| tie  sister,  as  they  had  none.     To
tho great astonishment of the court,'
the  presiding judge  sentenced  the
| infant to three ami a half months'
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
Four lots on Richmond street. Sap-
lirton; cleared and fenced; will make
a  good  chicken   ranch.    $250.
Twelve    lots  at  Sapperton,    lying     $3,500 for the S. W. comer of Agnes .
north  west  of Columbia sireet, only and   i'.th  streets.    A good liouse on imprisonment      lite   little   fellow
$50 each.                                                 this property.   This is close in. Hook J was carried out of the court crying
into ii. anil handed over to a prison official.
,   .    , , .   .      . ���. The Swiss press is indignant at the
A good sized house facing Allies St. i     ,    i       .���        '.���,-,
and another facing h���.e at the hack, unprecedented action ol the judge
near 6th street.    $2,700. and condemns the verdict as illegal, '
w^m
5^ fibaSRNS'
f
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
uory
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'���'���' tt;:J
fclastyl
ere. [A
16th 1
cask
res, x:|
ruaiitil
r on
- ".   -1
Om- and  a half storey dwelling on
Queen's  avenue  between   Hh  avenue
modern.
A comfortable little house on Fife
street, in good repair. Some fruit.
Only $1,000.
.   n  house  on 7th  street,  below
Ave     Price $2200.
.   , and   nth   street;   7   room
ots  and  three  room liouse  tn   j->qoq
tt,  $500.
_ Two   cottages  on   7th   street, near
ing  on  Columbia street,  Sap- Queen.B   avenue;   iarg  lot.   -   rooms,
easy terms. $700. $2000i ncar .'C>si Office; modern.   This build-1 piy house.    "It's a wonder that il
. ,,,    , in-- i-iwi $3,000, and is practically new
��torey G-room house 9th street      Building    site on  Queen's    avenue  $: J50.
!   We.,  $1400.
The  Electric Cradle.
"The electric cradle is the latest
novelty in our line," said ii salesman
9-room residence on    Sixth    street   connected with a big electrical sup-
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
lots on Third Ave. between
Eleventh
e.
west; splendid view; some fruit. $600.
Large 10-room dwelling on llrd a\     i
1   1 Wl llill   tk'l.litl '��� l>.l '1   Tl i I I   1   ll l' t   l-i li . t   !_���   ���
$3,700.
hadn't come before this. Cor it's the
most simple thine imaginable.   With
\ modern home on the car-   an  attachment  similar to  that on
The Royal Bank of Canada
streets    Rpisnn u"       ""'" "��''"">- "�� -I'd a\    nne,  on  ,;,,,.,i  avenue east.    House   an electric tan the rockinc of the'
M1" ts-    K'-1"1"'-  enue between     3rd   and   1th  streets;   nearl    new   - storev -md modern in   ,ln<      llu     .,    ,       r0CKlnB   "  uu !  Insures absolute security  to depositor*..   START:
modern;   practically   new;   easiesl   of   ..,',.r.    Al, '   "The lot \a   66x132   feet   mb '';1!1  ea81v   be  controlled.     A-
terms. .$2200.
.:   1  is mi e i w 1th stone.
itable house on Queen's Ave.
ith    street,    7-room,    pantry,      Cottage mi
���     ���   tall   sized  lot ;   ma-nilicenl    enue      $n00
I  the city  and river.    $2000.       I
I     South   ens!   corner   of   3rd   avenue
5  rooms,  on  nice  lol   ,md :;,,,  ,,,,,,,.,.  a g00d  bundlng ,,i;(,
$600. :':i   streets   Six full   sized
! small   house on   corner  lot
Lot 7.",xlir. on 1uih streei; 3-roomed buy 111 $4,000.
houses on  one  lot comer nth  nouse  on   property;     good     locality.!
���reel, above Queen's Avi
rn;   only $2300.
ind  3rd  avenue.    $1000 each.     $50n.
INVESTORS
!
jnity
1
ictior.
' W
le. A
v for
house
I
t> Fine houses on Gth St.
below 3rd avenue, that
will rent from $15 to $20
per month. Each house
contains 8 rooms with
electric light, etc. At !
this price the investment
will pay 10 per cent, net
interest. A bargain at
$9000.
Two storey dwelling on west side
Of 3rd street, above Queen's avenu/-.
$1300.
|
Two lots on 3rd avenue between
13th and 11th streets, only $300 each.
North-west   corner  Bth   avenue   and
llih  street;   size  133x133 feet,    $850.
100x100 fi. lol  on Titlt
avenue, neai
llli  streel.     $-'C0.
Double corner Ash an,
Fourth ave
ime     $1,000,
Large modern house on the corner
of 5th avenue and 8th street, s rooms
Three lots on 8th avenue near 12th | two lots.     Only $3,200.
street  and   the  Vancouver   car    Jine. j
$700. Well   situated   lot  on   13th   street;
good view; size 55x137% ft. Cheap at
House and two lots on Silt avenue.  $230.
near the car line.   Only $600.
,       ,     ,        , ... Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street;
A  suburban  home  on  Mil    avenue
m-ir  2nd   street;     small     house;   lot
J ' cleared.    Only $400.
��� $25,
h for
east
��������� P
ty, *2.8M.|
renu
,01  bista
-'    i "   ;
01 s
SI   ii   (
,500;
���|Ak toret modern house on 2nd
reel and Ith avenue. This is a
.    lid i orner,   $2000.
Five lots on 8th street, between 7th
and  8th avenues.   .$125 each.
soon as the current: is turned on it
i< rocked with a smooth, soft mo-
"ii" "" Begbie i iear-  tion, and by pressing the lever it
n"w; close "'��� $1'800' can be  made to go fast  or slow.
The north-easi  corner   Agnes  and   There'll be no more sleepless nights
.ms  with   for father.    When  baby begins to
A  good   LTV he won't have to walk it.    He'll
just turn over, push the button, nnd
ar j electricity will do the rest."���Philadelphia Record.
A Great Old Lady.
Few people are aware that the
Baroness Burdett-Cotitts was atone
time seriously discussed as a second
wife for tin; great Duke of Wellington. Indeed, Punch had a picture
on the subject representing the
duke's statue outside Apsley House
shaking hands with the duke himself, while underneath the legend
ran: "So glad to hear the good
news. Don't forget to send me
cake and gloves." The baroness is
now in her ninety-third year and
has lived in live reigns���viz, those
of George III. and IV., William IV.,
Queen Victoria and his present maj-
N'OW to i.ave your mone
nd you will never regret it.    People  do harder things every day and hue
nothing to show for it
Corner loi   Ith avenue an 1  llth St.
Convenient to town.   $400
aboul one acre of good land ufYl small
liouse.     $1,500.
Full sized lot on 5th avenue, near
Tenth slreet,    A good buy at $250
Four lots on corner Seventh street
Three lots corner 5th street and Gth   and Sixtli avenue; $175 each, or $700 j esty.���London Tit-Bits,
avenue,   on  corner.    $1,000. .for all. 	
Si .is'   cornei-   Uh   avenue  and
Ith    ireet;  cleared.  .$650.
Look
ittse    s   modern   and   there   is   some
Bruit;     so stable,  .$2200.
Six lots on 2nd sireet;  partly cleared.  .$650.
Splendid  lot   on  north side  of 6th      xi('"  '"'  ""   Reglna   streel
avenue at the upper end of 3rd street.  tnls "I1-    *300-
Dou   ���   corner and well built house   Only $200.   See about this. Boarding house on Sixth street. 17
son- nue wesi     i .���..,..   _ ���..��� .,...,    rooms madern; convenient to the busi
ness   set-lion.     Building   modern, and
j a   money   maker   lo   the   right   party.
Ur*     esidence and two lots on 3rd   ��� Eleven acres lying north of Queen's ; Price $4,650.
eet   ind  Sth avenue;   eighl  rooms;   Park on 6th avenue. ,$2o00. A   ^.^  investment  un  Columbia
ern-   $3500. X).w -.,.,���,,,���,,) Bungalow on 6th St.|street; loi 66x66 with rented building,
���   ��� indred lots in th- west end.   �����dern;  1'1"1 siz"''' >':l-   *1800- Price $3,000.
wilb  a   good   view.      splendid  ]0|   mi   Carnarvon   street,      House and half lot on Agnes street;
price  $7a t0 *       I near Sixih street;  size 66x132, facing   6 room
nUh,    $1,250.
inge    m
1 -e  up.
$1,300.
lets ai  $125 each
Amies slreet east nn full size 1 cor-
onting on      |^,, on Qolumbia street; south side;   ner lot. a seven roomed house; mod-;
size 66x66; a splen li I site for a block.   ��� rn;  some fruit.    $2,300.
$10,000.
corner Gth  avenue and 6th St. Andrews Street
S300.  t't.Miu cash,  balance six      ,\  ::,,   |   pro er-    ������:: Carnarvon St.,  Ninth slreet.   $250.
��� ������ to utfis al  7   . er lent. near  tenth  street;  a ita'le fi     ware-
.      I house propertj ;  66x 132 leel;  Income
avenue and  First  street, four  .15Q0 th    (|,,,.   %3QQQ_
ft -ir.nn
���)��� 66x132, near
Uncle Sam Can Save $60,000,000.
The United States imports annually about $60,000,000 worth of drugs
and dyes made from products that
could he grown in the United States
just as well. Camphor now sells for
85 cents a pound, and, while not an
ounce of it is grown in this country, the government has demonstrated that camphor trees are successful here. Licorice root is another thing that possesses great possibilities. Tho department of agriculture has demonstrated that the
licorice plant is hardy as far north
���Madonna  has
ONE DOLLAR opens an account. Put it in your pocket, it would probably be nothiug, but ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us will in
ten years amount to $i>04.:,i>.    THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER,  General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
as
ennsvlvania.
also been shown to do well in good
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING   BY  MAIL���Deposits    may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts receive every a ttention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181V.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
S2000.
(ui tiie Vancouver carline, 12th St.
9-room modern, residence; large lol
and fruit.    Price $3,000. $1,1  cash.
gar
den
���iirmitiL'.
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)
RESERVE FUND 	
....$14,000,000
... $10,000,000
on   Ken
>r   $ln a:
|ui Mil-
Tr
house,
ne ac.
purest
,, . Full   sized   loi  ou  Columbia  street
ms facing Moo1:   Square, Price   ..���., o{ ,,,,,.,.  block an()  ..A , ,ots ,m
i llarkson  street,  with buildin
5200 each
I
B0C0.
on   corner  Sth  street  nn I   S1"1-300-
se,,,.     I
Iver, m a fair price.
Several   lots  on   Fifth   avenue,   bo-
streets,  I
cl iar  i.     i'i-1 e
Pi-lce  tween  12th  and   I3th   streets,  facing
nue;  a goood bu> at $1200. Building  site  on  west   si,!,, of the
i acre . clean I, i -   5th avenue  Cresceu', with mngnlficeni vie-,- ,,;,:,
on   I0I':   aver i -.   ; ;i' able
A   nice  residence   within   live   min-
ii   '.,:   In
.$500.
outh;   size   71x11:;
��� right.
Three and one-hall n n
Mh avenue and 20th stre -i for $9C0.
;-; Nanalmo streel in thi  \Y-   - End
four lots, clear - i   mlj $250.
mes walk of the  Posl ( ei ce   i mi Car-
inarvon   tree! aear Merrivale; 7 rooms       Nii    ,,,,���., ,,.,, iue . ���,,  ,-,...,.,-���
will buy two houses on south   hath, i ectric light, up-tu late plumb-   .   reeti
f Columbia    street,     between   ins, ':'-   $3,500.
an 1    Koar .      Sappi      i ,. ...
Chancel
r lfti wn��
1  - I
lol
lltll
I '
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���ro  of laud.
C     .$1100.
I I    -
i! ���: ei
roi ,. -.  . :, 53C0.
Id;  1 louse
��� ; .- oi        Let   on  4th    In
A noo 1 lun  al $3,000.   n e   ie.    i inly $230.
A  Hangman's Watch.
Joseph Lang, the public executioner of Vienna, wears a heavy gold
watch chain and a massive watch,
which is 'held securely in his pocket
iiv a thief proof hook.   Both the
chain and the hook withsi 1 the
attack of a darijig pickpocket who
pndi avorcd to relieve the hangman
of his 11ea--;;c i'i a crowded sirei I
car of the Austrian capital recently.
Tin thief was captured, and tin
wtil h. i ii which the grewsoni ��� ;--
ord of the owner' otl'n ial activity i-
11     a-, i 1   was saved.
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
G.  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clotiston Vice President   and   General Manager.
General hanking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, iu London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts ot tbe
world.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
MEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. L>. BRYMNER, Afient.
$300 cash, and tho balance In m<   t   .    | lyments of $23.00,    principal
���:��� ' Ini rest, will buy a first class residence on  Third iv<    i       itween 3rd
. eets -fhe houi s contains 8 i I trie li ht, hot and
cold v. iter;  up-to d ' ���    lui                               '
The price of th       	
The American Collector.
"ii- I ica" to
a vcr; le record of Ameri
ca n i       ��� Vniong these B
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lie or pi fu aiture in our establishment at
,l ,    t without   ���   irve.   First come, first served. We
: i1 , h .;. I ; ou wan! thi  d . /'Ti" .:   a ch
of a  lifetime.
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Price 1
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mlli   fr"11'
per acre.
flows, only
sh, balance
ii-i-ey, three
er nrre.
[ers
GALORE!
All the Lcadi e? Lines, put
up in suitable packages at
>J 7i6ond7i       lu     ii St.    Pour Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Street,   *i
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Lowest Prices t Electr
ALSO
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^ inter-urban   Line.
^ Cars    tor  Vancouver  and    way
J ..' i'ion- will  run every bait-
BRUSH and COMB CASES % >">����� "'"'" ���''���''' - '"���   ' " J
* i ting at 7:30 and 8:30
V
* v ...i ui -.er only.
% City Limits Line   Service        i
* G 15 a.m, to 11 p m.
J 20 Minute Service���no transfer,
a Betwopn i". tnd '.' and B.and
30   Minuco    Service    during
malnder or day.
Leopold fiace.
Transfer at *
TRAVELING SETS
TOILET SETS,   Etc., etc.
A good supply at
T.AMuir&Co's
i. ni.    Hair hourlj  cars  ^;:'
an  from  Central    Parli    lo
Sunday   Service   hali'-liourly  he- ���
twi en S a.m. and 11 p.m. ���
Sapperton Line. ��
Mlnuto Service from 6.25 a. JJ
,.    io  il  p.m., excepi  between ���
12 an 1 2, and 5 and 7, during *
a,
��� SOI V a Q will he ^
li ill-hourly, *
Sunday Service   hniriumriy be- ���
tween s,30 -i.ih. and 11 p.m.       J
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Ellard Block,
���  rltish CoIumS>ia Electric Ry. Co., l.'J. *
New Westminster   *.��.*.��,�� ��������-���� a,*����***4.#*����*��^ J>4 *��****��������***�������������*���**������*��'>��� r %
THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY. JAN
tie
|(:
TEA!     TEA!
Special Blend at Special Price
Clearing  out  for   stocktaking
Only
per lb.
I
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mailer intended fur this column should be addressed, --Social Kditor. Daily News, 1'. O.
Box 102, New Westminster."
DON'T LOOK
at this "advt." UNLESS you want to buy the
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN.
Two lots, lovely garden, magnificent situation.
Price $2,050
Terms 1-3 cash, balance any old time.
This will be worth $3,000 in April.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
BOOM  YOUR  BUSINESS BY ADVER TISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
U. F. Welsh, who is visiting his
sen Or. Welsh, al Ferndale, is recov-
erlng from an attack of la grippe and
expects to be home in a few days.
.Mr.   King,  assistant  superintendent,
Vancouver  1.ranch.   Metropolitan   Life j
Insurance Co., was in town today.   Mr.
King   left    for   Vancouver   on   the   1
tram.
Provincial boiler inspector. T. Gflld-
ie, is still in an unconscious condition at the Royal Columbian hospital.
Dr. Hall reports him as holding
his own but that he is in a very critical   condition.
The meeting of the Bridge club was
postponed yesterday on account of the
illness of several of the members.
Mrs.McDougall,   of Victoria,  is  the
guest  of  hep  sister. Mrs.   Tail  of this
< ity.
Tin' members of the Ladies' musical cluli were to have held their
monthly meeting on Wednesday afternoon bui as practically the whole
club are victims of Cupid���in Poster-
land, il was decided nol lo hold a
meeting this month.
Mr. ami Miss Taylor of Edmonton
arrived in the citj on Tuesday, ami
are   the  guests  of Mrs.   Heat I y.
Requiem Mass was sung in Sl Peter's Cathedral yesterday morning for
Brother McStay, who died at St. Louis
College.      The   deceased   was   in   his
^T  fOLUSTER
DESTROYER
SUNLIGHT
Soot Destroyer
THE
CHEMICAL
Chimney Cleaner
This Destroyer so acts
upon the Soot that it
is detatched from the
Chimney and is dispersed
Try a package and
stop your stove from
smoking-.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
THE earth was fiat for a great many hundreds of years.
And, of course, nobodv could sail around the underside of it.
New Westminster Real Estate
was flat the past fourteen years, but now even the most pessimistic are saying "they always knew it" that the Royal City
would be a great manufacturing and industrial centre, and a
City of Homes.        :::::::::
Homes for Sale
      ... XO. OF Nn. i iF      SPECIAL
STREM- ROOMS LOTS     FEATURES
Sixth  6 1 Bungalow
Seventh  7 1 2-storey
Eighth  cS 1 Furnace
Tenth  6 1 Modern
Royal Avenue  7 1 Modern
Royal Avenue  3 1 4 houses
Royal Avenue  5 1 Cottage
Columbia  9 1 Modern
Columbia  5 1 East End
Second  9 :] Lot 110x297
Second  8 1 Corner
Second  7 1 Xew
Third  11 7 Fruit
Third  7 1 Modern
Third  9 2 Modern
Fifth  S 1 Xew Mod'n
Fifth  7 2 Bungalow
Queen's Avenue  7 1 Modem
Queen's Avenue  7 2 Furnace
Fourth Avenue.. .���  7 1 Furnace
Fifth Avenue  7 2 Bungalow
Dufferin   ii 1 Modern
Ash  7 1 Fruit
Agnes  ���', l Modern
PRICE.
$2,000
1,800
3,400
2,000
1,800
1,000
1,250
4,875
1.250
3,500
2,300
2,500
5.500
2,600
3,000
2,750
3,000
3,700
4,000
2,500
3,000
1,500
1,500
3,200
WANTED AT ONCE
Complete furnished modern dwelling to rent, by good people.
F. J. HART & CO.
Real Estate   Mortgage   Loans    Insurance
THE FARM LAND SPECIALISTS
I
Annual  Stocktaking
CLEARANCE SALE
lasts till the end of January
Rigorous  reductions   have made our sale a wonderful success
No hull' measures   with   us. we have  cul   lhe  prices   good air;
deep and the result has heen  a   quick   clearance ol  manj ���..
lines from our bargain tallies.
New  Lines have been a.hied, however, ami prices
reduced.     Watch every advertisement; something new aud won
watching in every change. 	
Ladies' and Children's
Coats still selling
at $1.50 each
Every <'<'ai in 'his loi must be sold.
Dozens of our customers  have aval -
ed  themselves  of tiie opportunity
buying roa':  ai this price.   Thej  are
nol ihis season's.    Some of those wh'
purchased mad" slight alteration    ���
tireiy changing tin- appearance.   It Is
well worth   while.    Let   us show you
what   can   be   done.     In   tin-   let   a:'
ladies' coais  worth   up  lo $20.00,  and
children's coats worth up to $6.50. All
one  price  now. each    $1.50
m ;; | fffj
seventy-fourth year and had heen u
resident of Xew Westminster for forty-two  years.
.Miss McMillan will leave today for
Toronto.
.I. VV. Macdonald, Dominion Express
agent, is laid up with an attack of
la yrippe.
A.  Nicholson  came  in   from  .Mount
Lehman  yesterdav   and     brought     in
j - - .
with him  a  considerable  quantity  of  |
market   produce.
K. McCUire, of Port Kells, waSy in
lhe city yesterday.
Mrs. M. L. Rugg, has heen confined
to her room for the past two or three
days with  the  prevailing epidemic.
Walter Emerson, who has been laid
up at his home on Eighth street for
���some time, is still reported as beins
seriously ill. His mother, Mrs. Km-
merson. is also very sick, but was i
||able to leave her room lor a .short :
time yesterday.
SITE IS SELEC1ED
FOR NEW INDUSTRY
Underskirts Underpriced
No old  underskirts in our stock, -imply this, that on;- stocl
ioo  heavy and  down goes the mice to clear them out.
$1.50   Black   Sateen   Underskirts   for. 95c.
'.', dozen id' these popular double frilled skirts, made ol  fa
black sateen;  regular price $1.50.    Sale   price,  each      ..95c
$3.75  Moreen   Underskirts for $2.75.
Made   of   tine   quality,  fancj   moreen,   black  only;   patent
regular  price $3.75.    Sale Price,  each $2.75
$3.50  Moreen   Underskirts for $2.25.
Two dozen  in this  lot,  black and  pi I irs;  regular value- $3.00 ;
$3.50.   Sale Price, each   $2,25
2 Specials in  Dress  Skirts
FIRST    LOT���$2.50    EACH.
The original lot at  this price lias been over half sold.    There  -
still   a   good  selection,  however,  colors  Grey,   Navy   ami   Blacl
regular values $4.00 to $7.r,e    Sale Price, each   $2.50
SECOND   LOT���$4.75   EACH.
Representing   values   up  to $9.00 each.     Mostly grey and  i
tw Is;   ibis season's  styles.     Onlya   small   selection   left,
ever,  so   we  clear them  out   al  Sale   Prices, each       $4.75.
2   Kid  Glove Snaps
At fide per pair.-Odd lines of black, white and tan Kid Gloves
comprising all that is left of our stock in till sizes, at regular values
90c to $1.    Saie Price per pair    50c
At $1 per pair.���Black and tan Mocha and undressed Kid Gloves,
Such makes at Pewney's and Jammett's;  all sizes in the lot.   Reg
.ar price of these 1.50.    Sale price, per pair  $1.0
Factory   Will   Be  established  for   Extracting   Valuable  Products
From   Fir  Trees.
Stock is now- being subscribed for
a company which is being formed for
tiie purpose of extracting turpentine,
pitch, wood alcohol, and other marketable substances from pine, and a
-0 acre site has been secured in lot
! 6, S.B. li'. for the erection of a suitable factory and plant. The promoter
of the company is \V. G. Ahcock, who
has been connected witli the Ii. ('. K.
R. company for many years. Mr,
Alcock lias been experimenting and
i.\ confident that the venture which
he is engineering is one which will
yield Im' profits. The cosl of treating
a cord of wood, according to Mr. Alcock, is only about $15, while the different products extracted would lie
worth  ai   least   $37,   leaving  a   good
margin  for  profll   after all  exi ses
were paid.
8PERA���H01I
Farewell EnflafjHiTiHiil of
IHE POLLARD
LILLIPUTIAN OPERA COMPANY
W. S. Collister & Co.
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4 Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 \\
I Gilley Bros. Ltd!1
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
��� WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
J WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
X AND PEA  COAL.
��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
I CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
���
1 VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE-
��� MENT.
+ This  celebrated   Cement   is
��� used by nearly all large contract-
��� ois in tb,. Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
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From the Clayburn ('lav Co, ���
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and
SEWER   PIPE.    DRAIN     TIL:
SAND. CRUSHED  ROCK.
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I Telephones:  Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 ���
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TWO MiiHTS, COMMENCING
Monday, Jan. 28th
Monday, -   -   "In Town"
Tuesday, - "The Mikado"
POPULAR    PRICES
a'-  on  Bale at Ryall's Drug Store
PRICES��� 75c,  50c and 25c.
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
YOU CANNOT PROCURE A MORE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE THAN
THE HAMILTON.
Grade No. 940-21 Jewels, in 25-year Gold  Filled Cases So/.M
Grade   Xo.   1    17 "            ������            "        ������         -<        32.50
Grade    No. 2-17 "            ���<   2f)..r>U
Grade    No. 3-17 "            "              .  23.50
. C. CHAM
The Jeweler
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HJki**.: .;.*:..:.. t. VOLUM E 2, NI J M B E R 21
XKW   WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1907
10 CENTS PER WEEK
MIXED RECEPTION
GREETS CANDIDATES
Champion Conservative Clappers Invade Howay's Meeting
at Sapperton���Rossland Speaker Replaces Gifford
���Liberal Logic Triumphant.
POINTERS
Things do look very blue for the McBrideites.
No wonder they are squealing.
RECORDS SAY "YES"
PREMIER SAYS "NO"
The great Conservative pari. of chiming in ami raisin
British Columbia had to rely upon a After order had in
speaker who hml travelled all tin- way Cooksley continued
from Rossland. in order to have a
man in some way competent to meet
F. W. Howay on the political plat-
form last evening, not one of the ileal heelers of the McBrlde ministry
being either willing or aide to face
the popular Liberal candidate. Hot
if the local (' inservalives do not care
to meet thei. opponents, they have
one good trie, thai they are working
as hard as tie- know how, and this Is
to corral a number of (heir profession-
hand clappers and foot stumpers, and
tote them around from meeting to
meeting, in 01 h r to create the impression, by making as much noise
as possible, thai the interests of the
majority   of  the   electors   are
i generally.
.���stored, Mr.
his speech,
criticising the gov* vm severely on
'heir conduct in ^ t to 'lie Interests of labor. T ���? - bit the Tories
hard was evidei ��? a their attempts
to interrupt. j&
.1. S. Rainey. ,9 wed Mr. Cooksley,
aud spoke fi y ���' ���'" hour, during
which in- deaii fit li topi< - of more
particular Interest to the laborin
man. The cry of class leg! I - Ion
which bad been raise I against the
advent of a labor man. he said, was
raised by the politicians on both sides
foi the purpose of scattering votes.
His party though! il was better for
him to state bis position clearly, and
stand   for   labor,  so   thai   the   voters
Mr. Goodeve explained last night that to dispose
of timber limits by public competition was a corrupt
practice.   Good Tory doctrine, that.
!
McBride's Statement  As To a Matter of  Fact Is  Flatly
Contradicted by Records of  Department, Says
An Official.
Mr. Goodeve's doctrine no doubt explains why
the Kaien Island deal was kept secret for a year.
The man from Rossland is a little ahead of
time. The McBride government's Good-eve is not
due till Feb. 2.
J. B. KENNEDY, M. P.,
OBJECTS TO CHEAP LABOR
of
vested might know exactly what he intended
in the Conservative party. The in- to represent. He repeated bis con-
troduction of a couple of drunks and | demnation of the McBride govern-
a few irresponsiii'.es adds spice to the! ment fishery reports, and gently ridi-
variety of the motley gathering which culed the statements or the Tories,
represents the "great" party of Brit- i thai McBride had made the country
ish Columbia. prosperous.    Mr. Rainey received ap-
F. W. lioway's meeting at John-! plause at the close of his speech, and
ston's hall las- evening was well at- immediately left to attend his own
tended, in spite of ihe  fact   that   Mr., meeting  In   the  parish hall.
Rainey, the labor candidate, had  cai-1     A   call   for   Conservative   speaker
led a meeting for the same night, and   was  answered    by    Mr, Goodeve, of   American neighbors.
that there was a great drawing card   Rossland, who stepped up to the plat-      Mr.   Kennedy   (New     Westminster,
at the Opera  house.     Several of the   form with a formidable array of pain-   ,,  ,. , .��� once t00k ���,, the question ol |���Mai r-npire.
audience  had   evidently   come   there j phlets, all replete with facts concern-1
with   the   determination   to  create  as
e, and   in ible to do business     ���   thi    selvi   .     it. Itish  Colum
: i: had g i i' ason to objecl  to the
way the Japanese were allowed to
come in. He drew a picture of the
way in which these creatures lived
huddled together like sardines, as
many as 100 or 200 living in a house
which an ordinary white man would
consider none too large for himself
and family. He protested against
white men being asked to compete
with such people.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier said tbe .subject
was one which had been before the
public for some time. One reason
said the United States had already a j there was no poll tax on the Japanese
treaty with Japan, and Canada was the same as the Chinese was thai
being put on an equality with her | Japan was an ally of Britain. Moreover, Japan was restricting emigration, and allowing only four or five
t i    emigrate    from    each    province.
Local    Member   Gives   the   House
Commons   Some  Pointers  on
JaDS   and   Chinese.
In  the  House of Commons. .Jan.  15,
Sil    Wilfrid   Laurier.   in   moving   the,
second   reading of  a   bill   respecting i
th   treat) between Canada and Japan,
In the Vancouver World and Victoria Times, two days ago, a very serious charge against the McBride Governmenl was published. The chargi
hinged u] on ; he leasing (or alleged
leasing) of certain coal lands to a syndicate which had Sir. A. Caron at its
head. The name of Granville Cup-
page, an official of the Land- and
Works departmenl, Victoria, was mentioned In ' onnection with I he matti
N'-xt morning the Colonist y 'inte i
an Interview with Mr Cuppage, who,
while professing ignorance as to certain point-, ami declaring others li
be Incorrect, said:
Caron. et al. did secure leases in
that district under the provisions of
the coal prospecting act. These were
issued in the usual way, the apple
cants complying with the act in every
particular, and the leases were grant
ed as a matter of course. . Verification of this, also, may be obtained at
the lands and works department. Anyone wishing will be made acquainted
with every detail simply by asking for
the  information."
It   will   be  observed   that   Mr.   Cup-
page, speaking from official knowledgi
ol the transaction, says posiUve     tl it
|< ,   es   Of   coal  lands   were  issue i.
"Caron et al,"
In the Province (McBride Organ)
o! yesterday, there is a dispatch from
Verm a, giving an account of a meel
al Armstrong, Wednesday night,
which was addressed by Premier Melt: i le.     The dispatch  says:
"The Premier took occasion to give
an emphatic   denial   to   statements  in
ie    Vancouver   World   regarding   the*
��� lleged  leases of coal  lands on  Pine
. e    -o  the    Transcontinental     Ex-
. ition Syndicate by the late Com-
: loner of Lands and Works, Mr.
Green, and said that not an .-.c-e of
ccal lands had been leased to tha'
company." ,
The official admits that the coa
lands were leased, and invites all ano
sundry to go to the office of Lands
and Works anj see for themselves.
The Premier���speaking at Armstrong,
as the head of the government���says
positively thai "nol an acre" was
leased.
Which is to be believed���the records or the Premier? One or the
other is false.
in
���hi
;ood   work   accomplished  by-
much trouble as possible, and the
chairman, A. Hardman. was forced to
call for order several times, and also
to request certain people who were
in company   with   disorderlies,  to  re-
tin immigration of Japanese into Brit-1
the government during the pas, hree lsh Columbia. Great Britain bad. he
years. Mr. Goodeve was evidently a said, an outlet for her surplus popu-
Btranger to almost everyone ai the lation in her colonies, but Japan had
meeting, bui the imported Conserva- ]11>: .���,, would s���n,, her hordeg 0l
lives  rose to  the  11 -casioii, and   nobly
OFFICIALLY DEAD
HE IS ABLE TO KICK
FLYER IS ENGAGED
TO SMASH THE ICE
Puget Sounf Fisheries.
Olympia, Jan 24.���The administration of the state fish commissioner's
offlice is complimented in the report
ot the commission appointed by Gov-
Mea 1 Lo investigate it.
li   is recommended  that   the salary
not,   an i   wouia   sena   ner  noraes
tire   from  tl,       ,      ,,���':������!���:;   ,������,���;,:,���     ,;,.. ;.,,,,-.      ,.'������,, surplus   popoulaiion   to  British   points.
ions. The  Rossland missionary commenc-   Brl,ish   Columbia   being   the   nearest
The first s:n iker of the evening, W. ed his spiel in favor of the silent point, they would be sent there. The
T. Cooksley. dealt in a comprehen- member for New Westminster by a Chinese, Japanese, and Hindoos were I o! the commissioner and that of the
sive manner with the policy of the glittering account of the rousing re- nol a desirable form of immigration, superintendenl of hatcheries be im
Conservative miM-rumeiit. and prodtie- ceptions iendered the Premier in his people in Pastern Canada had very I creased to $2,500 and $1,800a year res-
f incontrovertible facta j trip through the interior, and explain-j HI tie  idea   of  the  class   of immigra-1 r.ectively.       The    preseni     revenues
tion   going  iuio   British     Columbia,    available,  the   commission   finds,   are
Tynehead  Man Finds Thtt  His Death
Was Registered Some Months
Ago���Vote   Struck off.
Gilley   Bros. Co.'s  Powerful  Tug  Will
Make Attempt to Clear North
Arm Channel.
ed a numbe
dealing with  live topics.     The school ed   how   all   meetings   were   crowded,
question was debated at  some length and people  who  were  doubtful  as  to
and the mis'    >-n   polic>  of the gov- how to von- before hearing the  lion.
ernment In ��� spect was strongly Richard   speak,   no   longer   had   any
condemned.     Mr.    Cooksley    pointed doubt.      Three  years   ago,  explain I
out that the ���   had   I n   r.'T  special M ,   Goodeve,   no  capitalisl   could  be
permits given out. because it had been Induced to put none, in British Col-
found lmpossi': '������ 'o obtain competent umbia, but al the preseni time, thanks
teachers to undertake the work for to the masierl; genius of Mr. McBride
the low wage which was being paid and his associates, mone> was pour-
under the administration of the Me- |ng -,:, from an quarters of the earth.
Bride mlnlst:. These special per- This was especially the case with the
mlt teachers were for the most pari mining industries, although he would
It responsible and incompetent teach- not |rretend to say that the rise in
���ers, and no; in any way qualified for thi
the onerous     sk of educating the ris-
The  Japanese and Chinese mel   with
in   Eastern Cana la  were quite   ���  dil
fi ' i-a;    set   of   | eople   from   thoa    oi
whom li" complained.   In this p   I
the D uninion thi  Chinaman or Jay in
sufficient.
The equipn i n1  : ir patrol service is
Insufficient,    The fish commissioner's
oat, "The Bessie," is too small and
unseaworthy  and  It  is  recommended
ese met  with was an Indi lendenl  in   thai she he repaired an enlarged and
ei ������ Idual,   but   in   the   provi:        ���.. ���
'-. hii h  he cana- there wet i   hun In I
o' .ia; anese and Chim . ���   tm bi .    iose,
men who were more in the natui
slaves  broirghl   to    the    countrv    bv
that   more  money be  provided   for  a
: atrol system.    The rei'orl of the In-
��� '.national  flsb ���    amission is endorsed   and   legislation   to   carry   out   its
provisions   recommended.
i re had ran  even referrt 1  i i him or i
Bucklin,   am!   a   few    other     favored
ie price if copper had not something   his speech In the  coarse  of   his  ad-1 ones.     Their names  appeared  at the
'" ''" with it. dress,  and. considering  the  fact thai   fool   of  the   timbei   notices, although
ing generation.    The Liberal party, he      Dealing   with   the  timber  question,   Mr,  Rainey had
pointed ou'.   if   returned     to    power   he said that, during the pasl year, on
was pledgi I   to   return    to    the old   acocunl  of the Increase In the  price
school act.  ,vith sum,., slighi modiliea-   of timber  license,  $200,000  more  had
of  lhe   timbei   notices,
tome time ago male   sometimes, they were followed by an-
a   public   statement   that   he did   not  other name as locator.  As an instance
expect to will, this was not I ��� be won-   of the policy   pursued by the govern
tions,  and   it
all sides that
amy  too so a
law  had
ral   scho
not quite
ties.     Tl
the asses
with.     I!
ticeof flu
the fron'
pamphle
was no
should l
in tMi ���
world v
of Brtti
flag. (   'I
and ano: -
an ann
John A
asking a
display  i
schoolroo
there  to  i ove:
flag  was   ' <-in
vatlves during
would be conceded on been received In the government coffers. In one of his speeches. Mr.
Macdonald had said thai if the Liberals were elected, they would change
this order of things an 1 dispose ol
timber licenses by putting them up
for auction. In his opinion this would
mean thai all the tmber would be disposed of to favorites, and rake-offs
would be plentiful. On the Kaien
island question, lie said, the investigation showed thai there had been
nothing   wrong  In    the    transaction,
s  could   not   be  done
The   preseni    school
actic ���'.!'���   �� recked  the   ru-
r. sti tn,   although   it    was
:a  the  towns and ei
, ,��� - Ion  of  better terms,
ii at act, were briefly deaii
erring   to   the   Tory   prac-
itlng the old Hag always in
: ; hi Ir advertisements and
he   remarked  thai     there |
ason   why   the Union Jack
tiered at.
Mr. Howay took up the differenl
: ointi deaii with b> the ; revious
s; eaker, Mr. Giffoi l*s sul stitute, and
replied to each in a masterly manner. Pealing tirsi with the prosperity of the country, while freely admit-
ment, be quoti ! the case of the Graham island timbi r deal, where the
reserves were disposed of to speculators for the sum of $11,000, and
then sold by these people to manufacturers for $150,000.
The speaker  nexl    destroyed    Mr.
ting that conditions had improved, he   Goodeve's contention thai the commis
wished  to point oul  that  the Conser-   sion that  sat on th
! for campaign purposes The  meat   cry thai  an   Indian chief
liei ��� was no one iu the had   been   able   to   obtain   $7.50   per
ai   doubting the loyally acre against the government's $1 only,
a to    the    British went to prove thai the value of land
vatlves were trying to make oul thai
the affairs of the country were in
much we: -e shape win n they
as ��� ime 1 office I ban ��.- - n ally he
i,  ������      The   borrowing  of   a   million
irs, at 5 per cent. interesi, and
then allowing $404,  of thai amo ml
li    Idle In  a   bank, drawing only  :'.
n    dl plaj  ol   lla       In the neighborhood had been increas- '���''    "'"'���  was   :   :-   deaii   with.     Mr,
ed the speaker ol    I by  the selection of the she of the McBride's   greal    ability    had    been
te  often  used   b;     I -   lal metropolis of the north.    After !,nv"   u-v   nis '''in^    abli     '"   w(l"
lai lorn   I.  who,  upon   om ���   n   reference  to   the  better   terms,  as round  while prosper!!;   came   io  thi
uu       oy tin   reason for the   Interpretd   by  all   McBride   follower-. I  ovince   of    British   Columbia    this
union    jack    in  a, he .dosed his address by warning thi v .- something of which he
Infoi nn- I   lhat   it   was
ill a   dirt v   hole.      This
,   used   by  the  Conser-
he  pre. en:  campaign
electors ngalnsl  the folly of allowing   dlnately   proud, although   hi   had not
anyone   Put   a   Conservative  to  dlreci
I he governmenl  of the province.
On   rising   to  reply,   i-\   W.   Howa;
for similar  purposes. j was accorded   a   rousing reception  by
These remarks occasioned consider- the audlenc, none of the freqtienl In-
able odium oi ion among I lie rank Con-j 1< rruplers joining in. In his open-
servatlves among the audience, one lng remarks, Mr. Howay disposed of
of whom shouted oul lhat the speaker Mr, Rainey and his policy in a few-
was a iinr. .More irouble followed ! brief sentences. Nobody was taking
this brutal    expression     all    parties | Mr.  Rainey  verv seriously, Mr. Coml-
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LIBERAL POLICY
In disposing of public prop-
erty, see that the public
gets  full value.
done anything to hasten this prosperity, In his budget, the Hon, Mr.
v., low attributed the prosperity of
the province to the incrense I leman I
for lumber in  the Northwest   provln-
i CS, and to lhe increased price pal i
for copper, but then, Ihis speech had
been delivered when there was no
i led Ion In the air. The counl ry was
going ahead long before MicBride
took  up the governmenl  reins.
Three years ago. when copper was
al 12c, nobody could be found to in-
vesl   money   in  it,  but   ill   the   present
Kaien island investigation was not a partisan commission by pointing oul that there
were three governmenl suporters sitting again-- two opposition mem
and as the majority ruled, they gov-
-ned the casi Regai ling the price
obtained for the 1 ' . Ite, and tin ex
i use offere I tl d Lhi aids In the vicinity   inerea.-ed   ,'.      rl n  acOCll
of the location of I ���<- .- li   al  a
��� ilar point. Mr   ii       n xplaini I   I I
hi   lan i belonging to the governmenl
they had every o] poi unity of dema   I
Ing a rea - in ible figure for it. as the;
knew  when thej  were disposing of ll
- hat it  was to I  ��� the site of the terminus of the G. T. P.   The pan  played  in  the transaction by  the  Andersons.   I.arsons.   Bodwells,   el    al,   was
clearly shown, extracts from Bodwell's
sworn statement   plainly  proving  thai
he was nol a1 any time tho agent of
Ihe (1. T. iv.
���\ brililanl spi ech was concluded by
a reference to the belter terms question, Mr. Howay contending that the
question   Of  better  terms   was  loo   big
for ii pany question, although it had
been driigge i into the campaign by
the  government,   because they   were
Mr. J. G. McAdam, of Tynehead. has
been  placed   in  a   rather  peculiar po- '
silion and apparently will be deprived j
of his vote, Saturday  week, by a very
peculiar blunder, for  which he is in j
no  way responsible. .
He is, ;ncording to his own under-j
stan ling of the matter, sound and cap- i
able and thoroughly alive: bui he is i
officially informed that he is under a
Is apprehension as to that.
Thi story as told to a Daily News
man, is  this:
yesterday, Mr. McAdam interviewed the collector of voters, Mr. Fletcher, and demanded to know why his
name, which had been duly placed on
the ri gis er of voters, was nol there
ni w.
Mr. Fletcher, who is nothing if nol
methodical, consulted the records, and
having so  done  furnished  the   required information in words or to the ef-
, feet  following, that is to say.
"Your name is not on the list, Mr.
McAdam,  because you  are dead."
To which Mr. McAdam. in words or
to the effect following, responded:
'The dickens I am! Doesn't ii
strike you tliat I am a pretty healthy
iorpse?"
Mr. Fletcher had  to admit  thai ap-
| pearances  did  certainly   seem   to   favor that supposition;  bui appearances
were   notoriously deceptive,   while   the
official   records   musl   be  correct,  of
i ourse.
Thai there might be no doubl aboul
the maiter. an adjournment was made
to the office of Registrar Keith, and
��� here the I riumi hanl officials dis
��� 1 the proof in black and white, d '
signed and attested, thai Mi*. McAdam
I ad di pi :���- I  i.      II   ���. Oct. 2.  1906.
To say thai .\lr. M -Adam was "fl i -
bi I"   is   io ex in s a   the   thin ;
mildly.   No wonder!    Dead, for nea '
four mom li-. and did  no!   know it 1
Bye and bye, however, a light dawned upon him. The registration paper
was signed "G. Pittendrigh, Capt., S.
M." Now, Capt. Pittendrigh is coroner,   and    Mr.   McAdam   recalled   that,
j about the beginning of October he ha l
acted as foreman of a Coroner's jury.
1 which held an In jut si over the re
mains of a Mr, YOrkson, of Langley,
who had died sudden!.- of heart failure.
In order to again open up the North
Arm of the Fraser river to navigation
it has been decided that tbe steam
tug Flyer, belonging to Gilley Bros.,
will be hired for ice breaking purposes, and that, commencing today,
this vessel will be set to work clearing a channel through to the open
sea. Owing to the sluggish current
along this arm, it would take a considerable time, under present conditions, before the ice broke away and
was carried out to sea, and this Step
hi - been decided upon in order to facilitate   the  shipping   industry.
The move was decided upon al a
special meeting of the city council,
board of trade, and city merchants
held yesterday afternoon ia the
mayor's office, when the benefits to
be derived from this scheme were
duly discussed. An agreement was
made with Mr. Gilley. and the; la
every reason to believe that In a
short time, the water in the North
Arm will again be quite clear from
ice. Mr. Gilley Intends to break the,
ice by crushing it under a heavily
log led scow, which will be pushed
ahead by the Flyer. This method of
breaking the ice lias heen found satisfactory during the present winter, and
Mr. Gilley is sanguine that, barring
accidents, he will have the north
channel clear of the ice In a very few-
da:.-.
The New Secretary.
London, Jan. 24.���Mr. Birrell is ap-
i Inti i to succeed Mr. Bryce in the
Chief Sei reta >hip of Suite for Ireland, an l Mr. It. McKenna takes Mr.
Bit rell'i pla e as Presideni of the
:            ���   l
it would appear, therefore, thai the
Coroner, by Inadvertence, Inserted the
mime of the juryman Instead of thai
in the dead man, In the death notice
forwarded to the registrar.
Ami what about Mr. McAdam'S
vote? A nice point is raised here, and
one .which should bave attention.
There is, or was (the Daily News confesses that ii has not looked at the
Aci for some time) a provision as to
"Iendered votes," but if we recollect
rightly, the provision was not a very
satisfactory one.
time, with 25c being pail, it was no Rfraid to go to the country upon their
wonder that the capitalists were being record. The Liberals of British Co-
attracted to the province. Dealing lumbia would stand shoulder to should-
wdth the timber policy, which Hie ei in order to gel better terms, thej
Rossland traveller had so eloquently Intended to gel every dollar thai
praised Mr, Howay plainly showed British Columbia was entitled to, and
thai ii was nol the small timber a few besides if possible. The meet-
jji cruiser and prospector thai was reap- Ing wound up with the usual rousing
;���:    lng the benefil  of the new laws, bui cheers  for  Mr.   Howay,  and  counter
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I   Conservative Policy  1
A 03
I
V:
;���:
In disposing of public prop-
|      erty,   let your friends in on     1
|      the ground floor.
ftaojHttWXfa.'fa.w I such  men ns  i-:. J,  fader. Small  &   p] a for tho Conservative!
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