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NEM  WESTMINSTER,!;. (.. THI'RSDA.Y MORNING, FEBRUARY 7. lf��0"
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If) CENTS TO; WEEK
)RGANIZE COMPANY
TO BUILD^ CANAL
)ntractor Who Put In Love*. Bid for Constructing the
Panama Canal, is Appointed General Manager���
Decision Not Yet Known.
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SEW TRIAL FOR THOMPSOS
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<f $2,000,00
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be executii
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���   Panama Canal.  Afta   - ..    ., .    .   :. : .,.   ,.     v
Tacoma, Feb. 6. As iho result of a decision
handed down this morning by Judge Snell. Ches;.-.
Thompson, acquitted last Sa turd;a. on the grounds
of insanity, of the murder of Judge Meade Emory,
of Seattle, mast stand trial to determine whether he
jj   - dangerous i o be at large.
Whether this trial will be before a jury or will
assume the nature of a hearing befor.  the court remains to be determined, but in either ease the prob-
: es an   stn iglj in i_awa oif th< belief thai th<
. v slayei of Emory will be sent 1   '!-: per tei I
: ar at Walla Walls.
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CREATES kt������D
FOR NONSTOP RUN
G. Plummer Drives One-Cylinder Automobile for 1,000
Miles Through Seattle Streets in Fraction
Less Than Three Days.
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his    -        ti     ".liSon   M
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PRFPARF TO BIH.D PRIMIKK'S BflWNHU
���UTAH RIGHWA1 IS DM1 EXPBCIO
E <     M { .-. r    ". 0     F  ::'
_... ���.   Huleton tc
Yiik.- r
frail   Of *i��>*. ea.j's Attitude net t-- -.  :���> -���
.-'( - ���'��� c to Cone:' lat��  '   I'.-
He   Mutt   Rff   r
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...��� - jected his partner,
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issassin Attacks - j
A Servian Prince
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. ���, .    \ .,    .   .   Yukon Territi
��� nergj
s spring, i om    thc
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I '������      i     in  _<     ...
ters 1   i n .    Clemenci
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etln    or do* n_     >���     Id n< I
c i.  i    great si       Vli hough  ���
...  ..      UcD .  .���   al   White    ih-   minislei  ol education   M. fcriand
i : si     with    the    Ro> al    \rorthw< sl
i ... i .      ,!���(. will I c  si ���.: to Haze!
... I   v ..      lortb  from thai
Ini \- 1th ..:. expedition in ihi spring.
i ''���.���'      .   ���.   ol grant-
I   church lease, to parish prl-Sta, il
Is  mown thai the , r_mi<    ii nol com
Bere��rfo"d Visits America.
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e at that titni no
' ���   ���.���.:.   ' . ���   een
 ���.,...!,.��� Neflroes   Re-enl.st   in*
��� I- thai ihf < "i.inf. hai       l   ''' "'"   ''v    ''���     '
,i the ion_ ������ - ���      ..,'.-.      he bftttalto
...    oli    Showe. ihai the lfttli    Twenty i i ��� gf	
Ci I coven     1,1    i ��� ��� al -Vvrl Bi ������ ���   wen   ye ��� Wh-
I hi minutes     li    ������ *  pon the e>
.1 Rn endurance test on: of their ti re
������  son i lif machine, I enlisted     The T" ���
i ri     o '���������':  gaunl  pen.' ho      lers for the Phillipini ���
Steamships Anchor
Close To Breakers
;. _sl : In    ��� .      Peb,     6.   Georgi
li.-:.i: son   Of  thf   la:e  King
u ol Servl.. and  Mme. ChrisUch
:..    iv. escape from assassina-
|i        : - ���    An unidentified man
.;      Istich  and  attempted  to
ll:... a      ��� ��� r into his chest
dieted only a scratch
Chris        who is 18 years old, lives
HN mother's  life    has    11 en
Hallt*_5    S   B., Vp'ii   fi Two oi^pan
Hi   will havi   charge of trail blazer.,   I'l^elj   In  sympathj   with the eoncil
ul   ���  -  and    bridge    builders,   latory policy.
"���    hav<  " stretch ol hundred.      Bome of .,,,,  n,>v-s���.ul,,,.  utri'bute   steamship-  one ot ��_!._ le kttoWtt to
'      'h����<> '   hlKhwaj ore. the   ;il,   ,,Ui;1,,��� aUUutfe ,���  ,,.,,   h    h
previous    occasions      mos, llnknown countrj and through'
' . ristich war mentioned
in   pos-
sil le - iccessor to the thraw   oi  s.
The   via, .,; the time of the murder ol Kin
Vlexander.
1    wilderness which a few traversed
and state to the Influence of King Bd-
TO COAST EDUCATION BOARD
1FTEB EVENTFUL TRIP HELD UP BV SNOW
Plungfd Under Tidal Wave and   Members  Travelling   From   S*n   Fran-
Tnree  Days   in   Blizzard's
Embrace.
Cisco   to   Washington   Lose
Twenty-Four   Ho_-r.
Hi wa   . of the ii. C l-~ E. staff
.   i    'ii his cap auit button-
to his nlii borne iu Luu
Hi   returned on board thi
ilu    . the Allan line steamship   veil   concerning   ih
New  York.     He  had an
���tful trip and   is well  pleased  to
fi   ��� ai  ��� i bis destination saiV and
m i    i Mi   be way back  the vessi I
��� into i   ���   les of severe storms an i
- subtui:gi j by a tidal wave, caiis
si Lamis    disturbance   at
malca.     He was severely i
uu ! was truly thankful when
ti ilit flrma, wher i he sup-,
��� l all his troubles were .mi iih eud.
iwever, ten  days crossing j should have reachea Omaha Tuesday
renlng, is rwentj six hours late,   The
well
ward,  who is represented ji1-  fearing
In the early  stampede from the south   ,���  .,���. ���w>n:  ,<( .  ,,n:)]  ,���.���,������   (h.)(
mdyke  through  British   Colum    QWmtaj, ,Ail, M���V,.,M f0 KriU1,,,s ,���
':i- Pui ... ���  we protectoi ol the Ghrlstlan;
;" oonn��c'  ���'ll   Yukon    ttin,    ;1"'  in ih. neai and fat eaei     .he King's
part of Canada a course^ will be bias-   ,,..���, ��� ���.,������_ h,nv,.v<���.     ���   ftUlhorka
,     .,.:,! bridgiM and pack  route* cut  , v,,v il������ji,i    ,.,���,.,,,., am] |aJ
i.u-v the   Rockies  from   Hasleton  '>'!,������,��� ,���,,,,,.��� ,,,.��� _  ���������,������ v|vr!l|i
Fori   Qr__��_,   on   Um   head   -f  ��aoh  l(.- ���������������������,  and thd,  re|igloU8 ,��� B,,
river.    Ca|4aln Cntnles, ol ih<' Royal   [n nagun?<l
\ irthwesi  mounted  police, i>. winter ,  ^__..
.n.: si Fori Graham with the men who
wil   push westward with the work In T" HpIp ConiumptlvM.
,���   spring.     The>   did   considerable I    Calgary, Feb.-6.   Calgarj  has heen
led, -Aiis] the other ihonghi to
ii, yw-ii anchored ';>si nighl in a datt'
���I MMi'. ;,. ion at Ketch Har'xir, a
f.-w miles �����t( "i this , m. and the
lives ol those imi board are In ppiil.
Tin hi] are 1ps= ihan a __ftrter
,v a mile ofl shore a_d withlfi a hUhd-
rPl v...!. ,v. the brieak-rs. \ "-men-
dotts ��pa is running. The steamships
hnvp _red ppvpvai .mis :inii sent up
����5kets, bui owing to the terrific sea,
i.i, aid could i'p ^p�� ''if1 vessels last
nighi
SIMPLE IIVERS lllillll'lllMIIIS
URBANIZE COLON. SUE FOR DAfMR
Omaha, Fi'h  6.���The San Francisco
I oard   if ��� lui atlan, en route I i \Vai h
Ingl  n to confer with Presidi nl Roose
Siui   Francisco
Japanese school question, was yesti
da)   snowbouaad   in   the mountains  In
Wvomlng on  ixmul the i'nion  Pacific
i ivei lan I limited.    Heavy snows foi i
��� i  the overland  to tie up at a Hi He
-  In the vlci_lt> of Fori Grahntn
:'     lasl   year,   imi   because  of   being
unable to gel feed there fi i  tt,.- wIn
.     ��� .i   ; hi Ir  fori i   Imrsi's were com
burdened In ;i mosl alarming manttei
dui Ing i in' la il few yeai t and pai lieu
li l; dui ing i iii lasl tew tnontU-! ��Ith
;i large number of consumptives i om
Twenty foil'     Cranks    Will     Exist     in
Nslnrpl   State   and  Wear
I IliMfJI (IF.I    I  iilfn
Chehalis Case  Re-opens in Va^c^uv.r
���Commissioners  May  Go to
Japan.
Chicago, Feb   6   Nine  women  an.     A large number of persons attended
fifteen nun hftVe organised a   Simple  the Vahcduvei couri yestet I
Ufi    ... ii   I17J  Milw_Ul.ee  Vve.,   ten td the re-o| ing bl thi   Chi    il
station until a snow plow, packed b) , "        '
I ii ,n :   ��� ton   ol   food
three   ocomoi-ivps,  cleared  iin-  trac.. i���
I ducts
Twenty-four  bonis  was spenl  al  the      ,.   ,    ,,:   , mte|y  .),:,t    u,,.    arUnrl
,,   ..l  to send all  the animals Imekl1"" ''"'  !""" ';l '"" ''"l;"l:l     "''""*
li   Peace  River ��� andlnji   hundreds ol   " ""'  '"'H'    'IK"lllh     wl,n    '	
amount ui  money sail  are unable to   nm1��undei  the guidance and in_truc   ca.e.     Mr. B. Schultz,   who   appears
worlt      The   result   Is    liul   Lhej   are   im ,���   ...   ;>      ���   ���    ������   GtltiCk,   rVUstrlab   foi-the two Japanese who were drown-
' "" "'' ''"' ll:""'   "' "" '"      '''" llosonl ���'  Inventor, began this! en In the accident, asked I	
��� ilsn find greal dlfflcull . In . > I Ing ac
��� mmodatlon.       Manj     hem I n titling
PliBeg ;,,,. | ,,,���!..,i everv dav      _i   -   ;''      ,:'    ' '""'��� "'l,l,!J|' members   tion for a commission to I ������������  to
meeting of the Calgarj i rd of tradi    '   ������"'  "  '" ' iber hundredB of foi    Japan,  which   was   granted,     i:    bi
Misi   nighl   a   rtwolutlon   was   i;,-iss"i
n Ires
Vol onlj  will Uiis long route, when
Rn I six il. connect thc heart ol the < 'an
.  Ural  pro\ Inc.e ���  �� Ith I he Yu
���   foi  military pr inllon In o I ime
oi  trouble, but  will afford a hlghwaj
\ hich will I p a i onvenlence foi  trap
rton   .hi i  ol hers   In   the j
imi   their   pro
rsopl        ad In mentor,
eel   ������>  ii .<   'ii"  new life
began this   en In the accldenl
The pur   ed the rlghl to reserve their ap
i\  station, and    tin*    train,    which
and
W11 s
up
a mon j
ill    1 lu*
those
North-
lajs the irain was Btalled.
e   bo   scarce thai   the
���    ici i ri rations.   Water
:���; oviiIons in the iiinniL; car, a
us the fuel, held out, and there was
no suffering
:i i the cold was almost
Llih .   The engine died and tho
���  �����  dependent   for  heal
al   the ends of the
1   '       .is  quite  a  lot of siil'-
e i old.    The water ran
tard   was bowling   ,
!       " none dare  pul their
i    car in gel a supply
p trposos.   When
ttm   ;. i; like mariners
.1       desi rl   Isl md    and
v. ho   underwent   the
in ������. are meditating th ���
' Ini  histories. When
ai ' algarj. the therino
"i   :  >;'>    degrees
Winnipeggcr's   Big   Lie.
Winnipeg,   Feb.    6    Aid.   McArthut
;,,,    .on iced thai he will move In
; j,, council Monday night, to a icer
tain by legal proceedings the authoi
he latest pros, dispatch, whh li
he claim' knocl he Cans llati North'
ft <   '
It I    ���  : -, v:i i iii  treelj  printed In
11," statei. i". Identlj  wi li ti n bj som
. .ia  ihr other    ida ���
Tl ��� nk  railway ami I bi   IIm   to I "in I
the VuI.hii in time with the Qrnnd
Ti 'lal \> in not run fai from i bis high
! [owever, inete is nothing p<is|.
live as in ibis.
Capt Mi Donnoll made the trip from
(Y'hltehorse to Hnzleton lasl summei
with pack animals, and returned In
tin   ia 11 in Whitehoree, whence he re
���   ' I  :���!  Major  Woo i
SEATTLE'S SKYSCRAPER
SELLS FOR BIG FIHIRE
railing upon Ihe Dominion governmenl
i��i establish a Bnnltarlum some plttci
i'i  the  mountains  where n cure - in
i r rHi en 'I in tin' best form,
Diar  to Vrsit  Log  Angeles,
i-is     .ngelen,    Feb.    6    Pn    li i I
Dltte, of  M'Mm  hai  ej pn i sed n de
ii  vlsli  i n    \h_"|i's du ii|:   I hi
lapan,
wo: .. :'i Chicago wlthitl a year, are   C   P. n   Is held liabh u
. , Hve b  dallj   existence    devoid  ol   sioners will be senl to Japan 1
i   ' i ythlng iiiini'i hi al and ai tlfleial
When "in colony takes up its com
i ii" and rounded life," said t)r. Gtlttck,
oui  Is will be tew, simple and of  enUtled t0 ''"*"v":
ui ii :i nature lhat we will almosl en
i ii ely Bupplj ;1" '" ourselves.
\n   intoxicants,   tobacco,   meats,
' .I, lies, Ice, peppi r, sail and dellca
t \ Idence as  to the  personal
rl the two dead   rapanese and
cide what damagi  I,: ��� ;   ���
in i" rial '-1)11111 ii of the My* Ic Sli :>" [, Bfi ;,,,. barred fnmi the menu of the
Maj      Loi   I Shrlm r��  an   prepai    .,���,���!,. i;... advocates,   When an in ii
in'  im tl xpected vl II ol ihi    hii
ve of thi   Soul'  Ri
SLAUGHTERING SHtEP
TO SAVE PART OF FLOCK
.���    ika   Building  Crmn-jcs  Hands  for' Ghn'-ple Laka  RstisHSr Compslled   '���
$1,1  0.000��� Is Fifteen  Storeys
High,
Kill   1.500   Sheep���Loss   Will
tie    Great
' i'liiiii  Makes   in ins mind to com<
into the i olon ������ be musl agree to dls-
:. :       ' ll ii if M "'it bruches,
i izors, ball ma i reeses and a hundre I
i iposedly useful artlcl,,;.
rhe next point
I ���   hands of the slmpl ��� 111
��� i.   '
. .    ...    [hi     , '.,
. di    ;.  i linen   11"'1
, .    ���,    well as ilii'i
Inits,   Rul hi     ery lei
W. J. Bowser, K.C., and J. Martin,
K.C., appeared  for bI. of the i lalm
Mr, Doneghy api i  \\".
i   Crawfor I, b hoi t   - m ivas drowned.
The full list -. '     in ���     suit
is  as  follows:   W.   J.   I and
"      R tbj I ��� twfor I;  Umeklchl yam-
uchl, admlnisl ratoi ol I i e of
S'i laklchj   Vainaguchi:
1,0 ind
\;      Helen   Eliza    B
.    ;��� ...   i  ,
Si    "
1 remains nr W. P. Broom,
' the Provincial asylum on
'"���ni. w     shipped ���"
1     eaterday by W, K. Itoles,
''  will  take plac
.,���   lhe lino,
Lhal Lhe snow Is ."���! feel deep aroun I
Prince Albert, and  thai  the farmei
I ave bored under It, supporting it on
i���.|,,��   ; ni,... while they continue theli plow
-��� ���'
They esteem It a bte-iing, since
their houses are corered up and ll I
so warm thai m> fuel Is required, lad-
di rr< being u��ed to climb to the
face ami trap doors used to keep the
In ai iii. The Joke l�� too deep for o
Winnipeg Alderman.
In   that
;. ,.  i;  _ According  to  lhe
.    i. .;.' .,     eai hed   lasi
: betwi ��� ���   the ' ���      ':il !   :'
ct.        ��� t Building,
.    ���    ��� er. is to pa >
��� once in'" ''���  ''"' "���''"'
i d i dan   \merU in B The prici
I
QUAKE SINKS ISLAND      I
He Hi Ine  Hat, P.I),  .   tip till  	
. .nt the i tin< liers have been hoi
i i. againsi hope thai the i
wraiM moderate, and thai the mild
ii. '. of ih" sil, i oe (in ��� Inter menl hi
wculd save the cattle situation, Con
iii'iiiris, however, have now reachi I
' polnl where the woi sl is feared an !
Hydrant Blows Up.
\ bydranl on Columbia
i .   ,]
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-  gure  ol  th eater
; ��� irtshlp    and   than II "���'!'.!   ��� in
lage."
rhe bj drnnl was
hui led tl feet in tbe air, an I In
'������ lllng ��� in :��� ! Itsell In the h trd road,
Coal   Injures   Miner. [he  watei   Could  be  CUl
Nanalmo,   tfeb   8     \n   unfortunate   large quantity was wasted,  Tl     .
flflenl occurred In No  i Mtoe today,    inning alum  half an  houf  be
!"���"   M-    Geo    Rollo   of   Newcastle   rare the damage could be temporarily
Townsite,   an ol I time  resident,  and   repaired.    Thi if li
''" of the besl known miners In the   lng from the accldenl  materially af-
,   cltj  was severe!:  Injured b   a fall   if   fected thc supnlv on the hill  and a
r��.  ggsooOO  '"'   percentage of   oss wlthou   doubl       ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,���
.;:;.!  Is U.li'i.'i"". ���       ������'���'  *'" ��� ((] |(|     ,.l||iM '"':'1     Hls ,,;"'1; '�� badly Injured, his  number of houses were Bhorl ot the
i   withheld to pi         i **  �������� he,d     Those having small  bunches   will \B)iM   fn,"""'"'!' and   ,lis race  bl"nv   ueeded fluid for the besl  pari of the
:       .,    ,,....,���  -���.   ��� ���* & Loan Ho-      ., ,.      ' '    .,,'                    , ,       out,   His recover) is doubtful.             afternoon.
I   .   the '������     an 8av.n���� ����� ,:l,n through without  any greal  loss    , ;	
Ol 'mt  the  Iii-,' ranehei I  ".ill   b" hard hit. \i$iwum*mmt��xmmmii*e^*���m~-m~~��~**~  ...
:,..  u **n**��  Tha shape  the cattle are In, which  |^^��������^����
,,,,.,    ���,v  of shanties  whir-h   (,ave drifted  Into Ihe City ami died I 1
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Montevideo,   Peb.  6.���A report has reached S
lv :\   passengers on the steamship  Elka that jjj
yarth(-Uakes have changed the appearance of New &
:i''s fsland, and  that a portion of the island has a
unl     era] metres. S
'���*���'���::������*"��.,.... m
'���**~*<<K<4&X4:4tt
hi beaat don-  here on the sin...is. tell a story which   >���<
if Second avenue and Cher-  all can'read.   The situation among the j H
MANY BOMB OUTRAGES
I  ..   , ii; ling  goes  to a
tt of J   een  storeys   with    two
and   ilu    rapidity   wtth
,.   ,;,,!���;, was pal ap ami the |>s
o   ��f annoyance to the public
, a:i;. of blockading or the tide-
t-clki ami iurroundiM roadwaya, baa
,, D , jnallBd  in this city.
sheep ranchers is even worse, as may   v
'i.   gathered from the statement  that. | >���<
Madrid, Feb. 6.���Alarmed by the recent bomb
'ri,a"\vnK .M,'t"at ,rhai!lHo,'i.ak.-,'''iH | jjjoutrages that have occurred here, many, wealthy
laughtaring 1,800 head in order thai' :���: citizens have left the city.   The anarchists are still
1 ! -���: | active and have made threats that they will continue
their work.
malndef through until spring He will
get. nothing bui the value Of tie pelts
of those he has been forced to kill.
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&MX���tiN8iB^ _...-r. DAILY NEWS
nPFRA^ZHfll SF rHE BE���MISS,ssim LAND REGISTRY ACT.; land registry act.   *H^^
UI   Llm MINSTER IIULUL        Thflt    the    beautifu|     n!lll    pic.                                                          * T.KE NOTICE                   ''"��- -   requirement,   purchase   the land   at    *                     ^       I0g
.                              turesqne Mississippi river is so little TAKE NOTICE tha: application has .,.,. , ,., .,,. ..       . gistei James Lor i   $1.00 an acre.               ��� ^  ^ ' w   _   ^^"J .,-  ���'   W_��JJ
fflmvn is due M-haDS to its havin_ been made tn re-dsier ______  I.   Web. ... ,',... nu-npr in  I ������   Sl            -��� l< :   ���'       Permission may d    g              i-_-..*J                                                     adii   '
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, 8th Feb.
That    the   beautiful    and   picturesque Mississippi river is so little
_nown is due perhaps to its bavin
been almo.-t inaccessible���one hav
ing to ride over rough  and  hilly
roads
T.KE NOTICE tha   an applf* i
has been made I     egiste, James Lord   .
l8 ���     owm     '. i"   - ':"''':' ''
a not exceeding 160 acres.
for  a  mining  location
The  patent
Electric PANORAMA
DEPICTING
The Revolution in Russia
The  Riots in  St. Petersburg,
Moscow and Odessa.
The  Rioters Being  Driven Back  From
the Famous Winter Palace, etc., etc.
A Thrilling Spectacular Exhibition
of real life from a country in the
throes of a bloody revolution.
for  the  payment
of  a
streel,   ]
Permission may be granted bjMjhe   W. J. Wluteside.
ber as the owner : , Fee Simple, u, "��' tUe Mayor and   Minister**" J^JjJ Sca,��3so
a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve ami   Treasurer of thi   Cl     oi  New   West-  cla.im. Territory, of an
70 to 100 -miles���until last Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,  minster, to Patrick T. Bowler. '
year, when the White River Branch bearing the date Bth day of January, in. date tbe 18th day of August, A.D.
railway was built. It can now be A.D. 1901, of al! and singular that cer- 1902, of all and singular thai certain
reached at several points, and any tain parcel or tract of land and prem- parcel or tract of land and premises
one wishing an interesting outing,J i.es situate,  lying  and   being in  the   situate, lying and  being in the City
District of Xew Westminster, in the  of New Westminster, in the Province
Province  of  British  Columbia, more  of British Columbia, more particular!)
particularly  known  and described as   known and described as Lots 10 and
branches   over  the   hillside,   where, Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision   11, Block "D" St. Patrick's SQuare.
the rocks glare in the sunshine on   ot South East    quarter    Section   10,      Vou and each _, <-. r ; - ...   ��� ���,.,���,..���.,���.   ,.,   ,
to contest  the claim of the  tax pur- ��skatchewan River claims are either   Vancouver  ro
chaser within forty-five days from the baf 0r bench, the former boot   00   w   ^ ��ft^
. _nH extending between nign   Rr%lirn���     ���    .        /' ���-. urne, h. .
where tfie sycamore and elm shade
and overhang the crystal water,
where   the   oak   spreads   its   broad
shall   provide
Royalty of 2/2 per
of the products of the location.
PLACER MINING-Manitoba and'
*��� *- ���   __*_     _.__.__     vnL*r_n
MR- J-  P. HAMI-;  ,, BQ
"*   tor of the supr      '���'" *>*���
Canadian   Bank   of Ci   ���  '"����c��,
ing,  Columbia  stree " '���"���������
���Pposlte tm!
er     \t-  ���'-
,      office,  New  Westmii a
ent. of the sales; loan_ -vesunina
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon MARTIN, Weart & M(.CT-.D
Territory: Placer mining cl��UMge��; | *T1__ barristers, solirui.r',; e.c    R
Doors open at 7:30: performance
begins at 8:30.
Admission, 25 cents tb all parts of
the house.
SURREY    MUNICIPALITY.
NOTICE.
Applii   'ions will  be received un".
i,.       m eting   ol   the   Council 1 Fe 1
9th)   for  the   position   of   Assess 1:
salary $100.
ii.  1 ��� ler of the Council.
B. M. CARNCROSS, ( ,M.l
Cloverdale, B.C., .Ian. 24, 1907,
the mountain top, where the fishes   Township 1.
are   abundant,   song   birds   in   the      You and each of you are  required
bushes and squirrels frisking in the   to contest the claim of rhe tax pur-
tree tops, where, as you float over   chaser  within   thirty   days   from   the
the rapids, there is an everchanging  date of the  first  publication of this
panorama of scenic beauty; where,   notice, otherwise I shall register K)<1-
in fact, nature is supreme in all her   gar  L.   Webber, as owner  thereof in   of this  notice   for   thirty   days  In   a
daily newspaper published at .New
Westminster will  be  good  and   suffl-
Jrallv are 100 feet square, entry fee   flees:    New Westmin.
, ���f yon  are required  g ^ewable yearly.     On the North | corner   Clarkson  ami
1 ti
date of the  first  publication of this feet long and ex
notice,   otherwise   I    shall    register|and low water r.   -
.lames  Lord  as owner  thereof
And  I hereby certify that  publication
Bourne.
Westmii
ternoon
Mr. Marti a
. Trapp bil
b)rn<- stre��
J1' 415 Gran'
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simple   grandeur���take   the   White! fee.     And  I   hereby order  that,  pub-
river float. You will be satisfied if
you do not land a fish.���Forest and
Stream.
Ths Mails on the Ocean.
DATED at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 1st day of February, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
Tn Henry Elliott, Eso.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them,  and  all   persons  claiming any
SURREY   MUNICIPALITY.
NOTICE.
Applications will be received   until ���
ii' vi    meeting  of the    Council   (Feb. 1
Min for the   jiosition   of   Road   Tax.
Collector;    applications   to   state fo; !
whal per cent, commission the  work
will be done.
By order of the Council.
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
Cloverdale, B.C., Jan. 24, 1007.
lication of this notice for fifteen days
in  a   daily   newspaper   published   at   cient service thereof.
N'ew   Westminster   will  be   good  and
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office.
One of the most interesting per-   New   Westminster,   Province  of Brit-
formance8 of modern times is the  Ish Columbia, this 17th day of Janu-
handling of the mails in great ocean  ary, A.D.  1907.
steamships.    Some of the men be- C. S. KEITH.
come so expert at sorting that they District Registrar
work almost automatically, many of  To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
them being able to put their finger      All persons served with this notice.
on any particular town marked on and those claiming through or under' interest in th" said land by virtue of Placer nlini"S;
the rack blindfolded. On an or- them, and all persons claiming any in-
dinary western trip thev carry on terest in the said land by virtue of any
an average about 250,000 letters unregistered instrument, and all per-
and some 10,000 registered packets, sons claiming any interest in the
The latter have all lo be written up said land by descent wlio.se title
in detail in their books during the 's not registered under the
voyage, and this takes more time provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
than the actual sorting. The offi- shall be forever estopped and debar-
cials do not always manage to finish red fmln setting up any claim to or
the work by the time they reach in respect of the said land so sold for
port, and when such is the ease they taxes as provided by the "Land Regis-
accompany what is left to the gen- tr-v *^ct-"
eral postofflce and complete the job
tending nuuiiif.      .VII".   M.r ��;
The latte.: in-   Westminster offlcea ev?, feS
in fee   eludes bar diggings, but extends back I ,_,.,.......
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding  1000  feet.     Where  steam
power is used claims  200 feet  wide  f|OWAY,  REID &  BOWES Bam,
ma-  be obtained. j"   ters,   solicitors,   etc.,  42 _A
Dredging in thc Rivers of Manitoba atreet,  opposite   Court   House, ^
and the N  W. T., excepting the Yu-; Westminster.    A. Wheal er, p.o
Icon Territory-A free miner may ob-' 241.     .
tain only two leases of five miles each   .
for  a term of  twenty years,  renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerge, beds or bars of the river
mi
GEORGE B. MARTIN,
Solicitor, Gulch.>n
bla and McKenzie Btrei       lew Wm
minster, fl. C.
any low water mark, and  sub-   W< MYERS GRAY, I!.
below ..
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent   year.      Royalty   same   as
.,,.:..     ,,, ,  , Placer  mining  in   the   Yukon   Ter-;
... ���   . ���    ., ritnrv���Creek    eu ch,   river   and   inn
persons claiming any Interesi  111 the rite.    \"-���'  b      ��� .
,  , , ������     ��� clams   sha     not   exceed   250   feet   in
said  land by descent,  whose title is "��--"������ ,    ,        ..
length, measured on the base line <y
nol registered under the provisions of genera|   direction   of  the    creek    01
the   "Land   Registry   Act,"   shall   be gulch, the width being from 1000 to
forever estopped  and  debarred   from 2000   feet.     All   other   placer  claims'
setting up any claim 10 or in respect -hall be 250 feet square.
of the said  land  so sold  for taxes ai
provided by the "Land Registry Act"
there.
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Names of French Warships.
What is curious in the list of
French ships of war now on the
stocks is that not one of them is
called after a warrior, whether naval
or military, but that the patronymics of philosophers, and even of novelists, have been preferred. The
new ironclads arc named after Dan-
ton, Mirabeau, Voltaire, Diderot,
Condorcet and Vergniaud. The
cruisers take the names of Victor
Hugo, Jules Michelet, Edgar Qui-
net, Ernest Kenan and Waldeek-
Rousseau. The most poetical names
are those given to the new submarines. There an; to be two Wasps
among them. Jint there will also
be an Emerald, an Opal, a Ruby, a
Sapphire, a Topaz, a Turquoise, a
Circe and a Calypso.���Westminster
Gazette.
World's Supply of  Iron.
It will surpri.-e a great many to
learn that wo are likely to run
short of iron inside of a single century if wo keep up the preseni rate
of consumption. As a mat ter. of
fact, we are more likely to increase
the consumption than we are to reduce it. The world has only 10,-
1 .000,000 tons of iron ore available. Of these Germany has twice
as many tons as the United States.
Russia and France cadi have 100,-
000,000 tons more than this coun-
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 tbe date 15th
day of June, A.D. 1905, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
iieingin the District of Xew Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lots 9 to 1ij inclusive of lot
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing^ notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking 1
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The   discoverer  of  a   new  mine   is
'   to  a   claim   of   1000   feet   in
of
who is the sole head of a family,  leneth' aa1d if ,the P,art>' consjsts of
,-,��� m,i��� ��� ��� ,��    ��� . _    two, 1500 teet altogether, on the otit-
mj  male over 18 years of age, to _��� ��� 1. .    ,1,-11    k#
put   on   wlucn  no  rovalty    shall     bf
12,   Suburban   Block   13,   Xew   West-1 upon  and  cultivation   of the land in
minster City. : each year for three years.
You and each of you are rer-nired To'     (2)  If the father (or mother, if the
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
ln the Railway Belt in British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by any per-  entitle.:
son
or a
the  extent  of  one-quarter   section   of ��       d  t,,.  res,  of tlle  pnrty ordil;
1C0 acres, more or less. ,ry c]aims onlv.
Entry must be made personally at Entry fee Sm Royalty at the rate'
the local land office for the district in 0f two and one-half per cent, on the.
which the land is situate. value  of the gold  shipped  from  the.'
The homesteader is required to per- ject to the rights of all persons who
form the conditions connected there- bave, or who may receive entries for
with under one of the following plans,   bar diggings or bench claims, excep'
(1) At  least six months'  residence
Solid'.,,
and Notary Public, ...... j
1891 at New Westmin  ���  , B.C. 0'
fices removed to Cm -. r ,-L
son   street, opposib | H H
P.O. Box 169.   Tele :
BOAKD OF TRADE.���N..   Westi;-
ster Board of Trade meet   In tbe I
Board Boom, City Hall
Second Wednesday ol each monty
Quarterly  meetings on  the seeoij
Wednesday    of     February,   .A
August and November, at 8 p. i'|
Annual meetings   on   the   bi  1
Wednesday    of.     February.    Xei I
members   may   be   proposed a*l|
elected at any monthly or quarterii
meetiag.   A. 13. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. _ A.��.[
���The regular meeting of thul
is held on the First Wednesday III
each month, at S o'clock p, m.. :.l
the Masonic Temple, -iujounii-jl
brethren are cordiall* Invited toil
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smitl|
Secretary.
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
KING SOlOMON  LG3GE, MO. 17,11
F.   &   A.    M���ReS'i'ar   1   '.'..in'.:; ;���
tions of this lodge are held oc tit
second  Tuesday  in eat'i mant-.j
Masonic Temple, al  8 1    m.   >'���:'
ing  brethren are   .ord.       WUi |
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist. ?��
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
wilhin forty-five days from the date
oi the first publication of this notice,
otherwise I shall register John W.
Burr, as owner thereof In fee. And
1 further order that publication of ihis
notice for one month In a daily newspaper published at Xew Westminster
v. ill lie good and sufficient service
thereoi'.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
New   Westminster,   Province   of   JSrit-i
The  lessee shall  have  a  dredge in
father is deceased) of the homesteader|operation within one season from the   SOYAL CITY  PRECEPTORV, .v.-.
B,    K.    of    t.   meets   fort
resides  upon  a  farm  in   the  vicinity ()au. o{ thc |ease for each five miles
of  the, land  entered  for  the  require-   bu,  wherc a  person  or  company has
obi lined   more   than   one   lease   one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the fa
ther or mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-1 granted to a free miner for a term of
Friday    of    each      monl
p.   m.,   in   Orange   hall,  corner
Royal avenue and   7 ;.
journing  Sir   Knights   c
vited to attend.    W. E. Dunloi)
P.;  .i.  II0111I. Re
Ish Columbia, Ibis 28th day of Decern-1 mjnTon Lands at Ottawa of intention  2�� years; also renewable
ber, A.D. DOC. to apply for patent
C. S. KEITH.
Disti Icl Registrar,
To Flora V. Hammill,
All persons sei ve i v, 1th I his n itlce,
and those claiming through or under
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
pcr annum  fur    each    mile    of river j
leased,     Royalty at  the  rate of two
and  a half per cent, collected on*the
output after it exceeds Sto.oon.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���I L0i��l  ORANGE  LODGE, f-<o '   I
Six leases of five miles each may be i     ��� Meets   In   Orau_te   hall  fl       :
mini Friday In each month
m.    Visiting brethren a     cordi. r|
... ... Invited to attend.    W. P >
Lhe  lessee  shall  hive  one   dredge
W. W. CORY. in  operation   within  two  years  from
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior. the date of the lease, and   me dredgel _
N.  B.���Unauthorized  publication of for each five miles within six y. ar���'
this  advertisement  will  not  be  paid fr"in such date.    Rental $100 per 1 .
James Humphrey.  Rei   -
for.
Westminster iron Works
SL v vi   ::\i,   \.m> t-NUlNE
W'OH I-.
������ irriii m,   KKiuui. and
TUBAL   ;':' LN     WORK.
Won.   including
!���'      |.  1 ap< b, etc.
���:, coi respondence in
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JOHN K-zJD,
., I]'-. .-, 1 1 :,-.i. 1.
r. U. 474.
J. HENLEY
M 1 tfai turei   1 I
Mineral WaUi.-, 2'x.
Aerated Waters,
1   lly   Trade a Specialty.
Tel.   ��� Office.  Eighth Strtet,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B,   C
try.    Our consumption is placed at  ]Ul'U]- ���'<'���'��� '  :i11   persons claiming
35,000,000, which is more than a
third of the world's total consumption.��� Leslie's Weekly,
All
book 1
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
f     O   MRAD, CARCR' >SS, ATLIN,
'   '     . ��� IRSE,   DAWSON   and
!      "    ���:.    -.    Dail)   tra ns  (excepl
ay)   1 a-:-., ing   ;���'������ si ngers,   mail,
ind    freight    c mnect    with
al Cai  rd     and White Hon e,
1 tin ough  winter service,
";    .- to
ERS, Traffi     Mai
Vain '���. C,
His Own  Fault,
A  book  agenl   reci nl ly obtaii   r]
-imi to the office of Thorn is
Edison nnd assailed liim  ivil h s 1 h
an aggregation of arguments in favor  oi   the  publication   which    be
,.   ���   ;cntcd   thai   thc    'amo   ���   i.i-(
ventor very h irrii "' ���    1 iseribcd.
After a gradual re .oration of his
Mr. Edison asked:
"How   did  you   1 rer   sin vi d   in
1 such n Ion   and com inc-
pcech a- th    ?"
���a 1]    oui he   tire tnuglii   is
nt tin   '. '���   ��� -     'i ." ���'   '"' - I ''���"
ly,   "by   11 o��   the
.'    . iph."    I larpi      '       I ���'���
Insanity In tho Citic_.
Tl e fuel if thai tho greatc 1 por-
in of 1 ho insanity i   alread   1
ii ��� from i;:" '' 1 ii . ci ! 1 he il"1 1
one of the 1 onl ributing fai
:   11 ng all  ol h .    ii :idenl   to  tl
overcr imd': '   of  populalion,    'I'.1 '
prospci t  i-  thai  nial ters arc liable
i'i be worse befor    Lln    nre bcttci
if the preseni le d "   y of ci   >' d
into  apartmcnl ���  1 ontin u -.   Journal of 1 ho Ami 1 ii 1 :: Medical Asso-
cial ion.
Gword of Kin-i  Bthanzin.
Bchnnzin, kin: of Dahomey, hi s
���:'i il bi- sword :      ie ! r ������
i ter   for   thc   1 ilonies,     The
rs ago 1
Ihcntrieal  1 '    lij  in cj
'��� '    r,   �� lio  ������:   'i'. urd     " e   it  to
zin. d  tho
out  of  01 '
-
interest in the said lan i by virtue 01
unn gistered ins      nent,  and all
ins  claiming any  Inierei t in    be
��� land  by  de icen .   .   ose    iti ���  I
1:  i   :'"':i 1 ������:������!   an ler   the   pro. I Ion ���
��� ��� "Land   Iti ���'. tr;   \   ." 1 hall  be
" ' !���:   and   li barred
ap ���       claim to     ��� in "    1
ir' Ihe said land 1
provided  for I  -       ���     I  Bog
���Act."
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
"flCO  'PbOn.    I.fl. Hi. I!      '-.'.I  T.O  L. i
Cotumtiia bt.
;e dellvei ed    ,.���������.��� 1 ���   1
pari ul the city.
Yukon   Territory  to  be   paid   to  thei
comptroller.
The les ee's right i- confini d to flu
submerged inr or bars in the river
bi I iw low wati r mark, that boundary tn be fixed by its position on 1
ist day of August in thr y r of '1 1
dati   uf the lea e.
No free miner .-!'. .11 -������ ��� 1 1
���if more than one mining claim on
each separate river, en 1 k nr gi I..
but the same miner may hold any
numbi r  of claims   bj   pun hase,  and
O. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE. No, 8-|
Tl ������ -1 :..i. 11   nn '���'Ings ": ' ���
are held In Oddl illowi   I
bla    ' '.��� it,    .." ������   M01 lay  ��� ":
al 8 o'clock.   Visiting I
dially ins in' 1 to attend    _. P. 1
day, N.G.;  IV. C. Coathi
IASD REGiSIBV AC*
U,.Li��..J U. I'i       I' miners   may   work   their   1
gnt and Heavy liauling       ,   i,, I  ;
' " '   '   fee of $2.     A  claim  may
1 ���:
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1
1 Hindi   'ii mc in   ���      :
a
and the Yukon Territory,
I'' IA!     '   ia!  lands  mi j    be    ;
based   it $10 per acre  for soft coal
f.'o   f r   anthracite,      N ���:   mor
ned   l li in 320 ai  es 1 in be a rjuii  d by oni
.   \ ' individual  or  company.      Royalty   ..1
. .;      ui   ,.. .    '       ... ,     the rati   ol  ten ci nl s per t m ol  .
,       lf Feb, 1    .       .,      1     .'    '      '' ''; '"    ollecl   I    11 tl . g
time a        I a there-     rf, ,1 ... -,���    1   ..    ��� ���,       ��� ��� .
'Jl. An 1 /.-   I 1 :    nr       "I      elghl   1 .
.  :: l,er' yea:    and over and j ..1 t   ��� ick cum
Synopsis of Regulations Cot  Liii-posal       ':: '       '        :   another  obtained   01
of Minerals on Dominion  Lands in n   r: '
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories : '"''��������� '' '' ; '
n 11 il   ii.     '  ne son   a   1
���     ' '   the v due of .; li    ��� J
A   '' rtifi ��� ti   ii'      work   has   bei 1
loned, ai    I 1     n  to  0     patii 1
"ti    by a fi     miner.
\. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE N
I     .���   ������ 1 lie nrsl and 1
':    .    h    mqnth.      ^'
11 cord I tu ai
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for one or more yeai  , not 1     eeding   ,    w'   ''"   '"!  individual   ur  compnn*
five, upon p ymeni in a Ivai   e ol $7.50  having machinery on the land  1 , 1,.
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FEB  7. 1.07.
THE DAILY NEWS
ea
rriv*
'rains & Steamers
CP-R-  MAIN LINE,
lave N. W. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.35.
"\-'i>K mission branch
I       v \v. 6.30; ar. Seattle 15.50.
Seattle 12.30; ar. N. \V. 18.40.
PU   WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
.,' \. W   8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
N \v. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
IGRE^T NORTHERN RAILWAY.
.. s \Y. S.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
J x. W. 4-of, ji.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
,'.. W. & Y��� VANCOUVER
\ W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Vancouver 8.85 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
1 v.  N. W. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. w.
145 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
na is a. m., and every half hour there
ijter till 11 P. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
ime hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
[JP RIVER.
���aver���
From   ���   VV. -*l|in- Wed. Frid. S a.m
Prom Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 ___
i
pr, ���     .   W, Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Frl., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Iransfi
. -oni   - VV.  laily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m.
.\,M, trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. f, a.m
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Ieattle, via Snmas 7.45 a.m. 6.40 p.m. i
apperton and Mill-
| side, No. 1  7.45 a.m. 11.36 a.m. I
lancouver, No. 1. 7....a.m. y.OUa.m.:
INK  Cloverdale,
I Blaine .Seattle.. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.'
an. & Cen. Park.10.30 a.m. 2.00 p.m.
gctoria  10.30 a.m. tt.OOa.m. ;
ast Burnaby ���  1.13 pm. 1.15 p.m.
adner. Steveston,
I etc. ...'  1.30 p.m. 11.00a.m.
IP.R. east, Sapper-
I ton. Mills! le and
Icoqnltlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
Ian. and Burnaby 3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
[N.R, Five.    ....  4.00 p.m 11.00 p.m.
Imberland, T its
[and Friday .  ...12.00 m. 12.00 m.
inadian Pacific Railway Co.
STAKT TO EXPLORE CERTAIN ODORS CAUSE
j       WHITE RIVER VALLEY HYPNOTIC TRANCE
Drepare   to   Build   Addition   to   Trans-
Alaskan-Sibenan   Railway
System.
Dawson, Y.T.���The venerable lo iking Captain J. .1. Healey, started o*��i
recently on a inns and arduous mush
with all the ardor of a sturdy young
Smell of Verbena Leads Girl to Sleep;
Beef, to Steal:  Apples, to
Pray.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 7.���"I just.
simply cannot resist ihe odor of beet
eak, li makes me steal," was the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ way in which Miss Mary l.aughlin.
ster In his twenties Ms is heading aged 23 years, excused herself when
an expedition up the white river. This sh,. appeared before Magistrate Galls not to locate mines Im: to do some lagh&r yesten.ay to answer to the
- irveying on the While River Valljy charge of robberj
railway. This is a new railway for "The odors of other iliinps have \a-
which application will be made to rimis effects," she said. The odor of
l.arliamenl  within a few days, and is   apples makes her wish to pray.    Dr.
i ndi'd iii be pari of the greal Trans-   W. P. Warner testified thai   he   had
nlaskan-Siberian road. found   her   affected strangely  bj  her
Captain Healy'a partj numbers ten sense of smell and had found it posBi-
In all. well equipped with dog teams !,:" to throw ber Into the hypnotic
and wiih provisions to lasl for a trip state bj simply placing bergamoi or
oi siv weeks. The members of the verbena under her nose, she was
partj are .lam. ��� r, Watson the field held In $600 ball.
��� nglneer ol the companj .  Mi   Tj i nil.
transll   man:   Mr.  Shute,   level  man:
Alex.   Patterson, chiel  of  trane
tion   with   foili     Moosehlde   India
Messrs.    Macdonald,    Ulngi   .
n,ore and Maurice Panet.
Mr.   Watson  staled  last  n thi    ha
these'preliminary surveys   "in  sta
al   Stewart City, on  ihis side of the
Yukon, which is to be the terminus
of the white River branch, and (here
form a junction with the Grand Trunk
: The course of the line from there Is
up thai   creek   to the    International
boundary,
Sole Agents for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The Leading Shoe Store
Bntit,h Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C, Coast Line Service
ALASKA ROUTE.
|(Subjecl to change without notice).
S S. heaves Van,
mill' Fell. 7th
ilncess Bi atrice	
::air     I	
��� I     . ���   trice  Feb, 28th
VAN'COl VER-VICTORIA ROUTE
S. Prlnci is Victoria leaves Vancouver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leavei  Victoria daily at l a.m.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in thc  Ye_r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats freel,
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
Feb.  Min   brarv and  smoking cars.
Feb, 21st por tjjjjj Tables, Folders, nr any
further  information  call   on  or   write
p. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
'���en Second Avenue. Seatt't. Wash
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
Second Hand Junk Store
Music  Hall Strike.
l.on.Ion.   Feb. 6.���The   Surrey   The
aire, on the south slile of the Thames,
was crowded last evening with  3,000
a:'lent  music hall strikers. Tho speak
��� ! ers declared that victory was  practically theirs. The secretary of the fed-
eratlon announced thai he hail a signed lease,if the beautiful Seala Theatre
in his pocket, and thai   that place of
| amusement  would    be opened Thursday nighl   with a programme defying
I competition,    If the strikers put on a
I,   I)   o   o
oooooo ci o o o o o o o  ii ii ii 0 ii o o o o o 0
Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Apply by mail,
'Phone No. 214       Fraser River Hotel
Where Charity  Begins.
The public spiriti d lady mel the
little boy on tbe stn et.   Something
alio il   bis  appearaiu e  halted   ber.
Shi  Ma red al li im in ber nearsighl
ed '.a\.
The Lndj Little boy, haven't
you any home?
The'Little Boy Ob, yes'm; I've
go! n borne.
The Lady    And loving pari tits?
Thc Little Boy���Yes'm.
The Lady - 1 'rn afraid you do nol
know what love really is. Do your
parents look after your moral welfare ?
The Little Boy��� Yes'm.
The Lady Are they bringing
you up to be a good and helpful citizen ?
The Little Boy-rYes'm.
The Lady ��� Will you ask your
mot lier to come and hear me talk
OB "When Hoes a Mot Iter's Duty
to Her child Begin?" next Saturday
afternoon at ���'! o'clock at Lyceum
ball ?
Tbe   Little   Boy   (explosively)-
performance that will include all the   mat>a ,ho ,���.,,,,,. win,    6U   )nil
stars among them it will   be   unique.   ,W| V()_ ,.���.���.. ���..,,   ,.,������ m
Never    would    the performers in one   t]fi boy[-Cleveland Plain Dealer,
vaudeville liouse   be   represented    by | '       	
such   an   enormous aggregate salary
list.      It   remains lo be  seen  whether
^_^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_    the niauaiiei's M whom   these  artists
_Rp_f.ri.ppn   Cnhimhia   and ,r< under ,,<",,,'iu'1 wiU""< '"��� ftb-e t��
Between     KsVlUntUlU     ����M!cbtttln    InJunctl0lll   preventing them
from appearing on any other stage.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE. ._. - �����-.�����   ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,���
princess Beatrice.      ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
-eaves Victoria daily excepl Monday   OF THE  CANADIAN FACIFlC RY.
S:30.
(VICTORIA
NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
=Fil.EST   ANO   FASTEST=
EMPRESSES':
SS  CITY  OF NANAIMO.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
|on Sundays
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m.
IB,000 | EMPRESS OP BRITAIN I I4,5_i.
H. Pb��_  . iSHPRKSS OF IRELAND I ION .
li' you are sending for friends from
the   Old   Country,  buy   tickets i rv
while  the   Cheap   rales   are  on. Vim
can get  belter   accommodation an_
cheaper rate by applying to
ED. GOULET,
ci' it. Agent.
WEST   COAST I ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
'���' '���'    VI '' ria at  ll  p.m. on  1st,
���   ���' ' :   l'|th '   .ii month for Clayo
'' ivi    Vli torla   on    20th    for
" al '--�� and way points.
LOWER . P.ASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
1 ���    v-"w  Westminster on  Mon
'""'I''.''.   Wednesday,   Tliiir.silaj	
|   t'i'ia;.   al   2    p.m. and   Saturday        No   trams    in   the   Service   on   any
w'th additional trip on Mon*  railroad  in  the  world that  equal  in
���  i, in equipment thai of the Chicago, Mil
Leaves Rt_n_at__ ���� ,....   m _...    waukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway
Manufacturers an*i Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Djors.
"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
Paying Guests.
Guichon���J. ('. Devlin. _. V Hill,
Victoria; William ll. McCullough,
.New York; W, Grier, J, w White,
Pun  Hammond.
Windsor W. Fowler, C. Rainey,
Vancouver; W, R. Harolsen, Seattle;
i. Raffrey, Vancouver; If Gordon,
I lammond,
Colonial I'l. C. BInksley, ll. Brown,
Vancouver; R. Gilley, .1. II. Roper,
Blaine.
THE CUMF00 DANCE.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion-vrr Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicapc.
��� ��� ��� ��� 1   !!������!     �������� ��� ���*��� MMMMl
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*
���
I Electric Railway Service 5
1 hey
v. Thursday and Saturday at
,v '"': Friday at 6 a. m. additional
,;' Saturday 5 p. m.
' a. in
^_ I <"'i  Moiiilav. Tuesdav,   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
^���duewlny. Thnr.__v _��_ a___._.v ���t   ��w"  ���""1  ��Perate  th*ir.��*.  B!eepin8
and dining cars on alii their trams and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^serviie  nut   obtainable elsewhere.
UppER FHASER  RIVER  ROUTE II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
S. S, Beaver l3<* Ttlir(l St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
-,    "Ves   >"'u'   West minster,  8  a.   m.
0I-��aya, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Li
"we, Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday.! [
."""W  and   Saturdays   eailing  at' ^^^11111111111111
landlnga   between   v.-*--   v.r.���.mi���Dtor:    Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 10th  Street
1,11,1 Chiiliwack
New  Westminster
'S DRY DOCK |
Ave.   Car. Kith   ��
New Westminster, B. C.
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver and   way
Stations Will run evi'iy liaif-
biuir  I'rom  6:60 a.  ED,  In  1 I   p
ni. excepting at 7; '���|| and B 11
a. m. Half hourly uars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line   Service from
6,16 a.iu. tn 11 p in.
20 Minute Service���NO transfer,
Hel ween 12 and 2 and b and 7.
i
30   Minute    Service    during   re-
tnnlndor ni   ..-1 \.    i ransrer ai
Leopold   I'iai e. ��
Sunday   Service   half binii ly   lie   9
1 ween . a.m. nnd 11 p.m,        j
Sapperton Line. X
15  Minute  Service  tnuu  li.".", a, ��
in   iii  11  p.m., excepl  between f
l!i  and  2,  and  6  and   7, during  ���
which hours tho service will l,r
half-hourly,
Sunday Service   liair Hourly ce- i
tween '*..'i|i am. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
�����������*������*���������*��������������������������������*�����<-*�����������������������������������������������������������.�����.���������
Ore  of   tho   Popular   P.stimes  of  the
Negroes   In  Dcirerara.
The negro lias undoubtedly o
verv Btrong inclinution to sleep iu
the (lav und io -pend the night in
gossip, dancing or singing. On this:
ii'i ouiil lie is often a nuisance to
his neighbors, especially when ho
has a wake. As his homo is often
nol lling more I lum n Binglo room
l iihoui eighl feel Btjuare, I he funi ral
party is conducted in the open yard.
Mere congregate 50 to imi people,
who begin tho entertainment with
hymns, going on uftor midnight to
songs and games mid |!' ton ��inding
up toward morning wilh n [icc
fight. Then Ihere is lhe cumfoo
dance, one of Ihe liue-l institutiou-i
in the i*' ii I'I for producing ni hi
mare. 'I .. o men belli drum ! �� illi
lhe hands, the one i i l rumen! pro-
dui in t I mlum nnd the ollici i
:; ' i le rnl tie, nlrrros! �� il hou! inter-
iiii - ion during lhe ivlmlo i lit, Al |!
inr mil - f ..'���" d a minute lhe p ir
lv utters a v.cird i ry in Bomo Al i
i an Inngnii c ;' li tnrl les you n i
you lie in bed mini I rying to bIci p,
As hour after hour pn.-"- your
ho i i' api i urs io vibrate, the bod
shakes and your pina Feels as if
made up of loo o sic {ments, I [ow
i nn the drummer ki ep l his up for
ten hours:'- And the dancers? With
lhe latter exhanstit n alternates
h ith tho renewal nf the orgy, One
sei fulls down and another tn!<  - its
Origin ot  Dollar Mark,
'.Every American knows the
meaning of the dollar mark, but in
the urgent quest for that which it
represents few ever take time to
learn iis origin," said 0 bank clerk
the oilier day.
"After a careful Bearch of several
books," he continued, "I have found
that, it was originally Hie figure 8
and was first used to denote dollars
liv Alexander Hamilton, This gentleman, it is well known, lived for
a number of years among Spanish
people, nnd il is from them he derived the use of the figure n- a sign
for our dollar. In n Spanish dollar
there   are   ji|s|    eight    pieces,   and
when prefixed by a Spaniard to a
number il signifies so many times
eight pieces. The two lines were
afterward drawn through to distinguish it from other figures."���New
York Press.
Miraculous tfflo��, >.
A correspondent nulls to mind an
incident in the life of Professor Vn-
derson, "the wizafd of the north,"
says the London News. Walking
through the butter and egg market
in Aberdeen, he bought one egg
from an old woman with n basketful, lie cracked the shell on the
spot and extracted ii sovereign,
which he calmly pul in his pocket,
lie asked for anolher egg and took
another sovereign from il. The
vizard then asked. "How much for
tho basket?"
"\n, nn! Yo'll gel nao raair,"
was tho reply, a- the sale-woman
swung the basket on her arm and
! rushed home to break c. ery egg .-he
' had,
She found lh vi nil ni- e iiml
11- Ii, nnd lh i izard sent her one
of his povereig
I'liH
This
nnd other dances nn
N��RTHERN  B. C. ROUTE. 	
Bi  S. Tecs ���
J;r'   V"- -er  a,    s    p.m.    2n,1        A"   k'ndS   ��f   ^    ^^
��:'���/' of '""h  month, calling at  work.
Q J eoJfl��t trip and Bella cooia     ship and Scow   Building1
tion,.... '''��� T,11-e on arrival and1 .   ,,
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���2-1 Eighth street, New
M'.'iri.ir,.
I'_r
approximate.
can nr   '.  '"'    ' "H  and   Information
1 "r addres.
CD. GOULET,
-1" ���', Kew Westminster.
"t rien   P,       . E- J' COYLE,
'   "   Agent, Vancouver
���   8u|.ei ,'...',...���   victoria,
Westminster, B.C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures j [!( Ett8t CoMt [uvin,,il'1 ,,s "'"
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co. |
VANCOUVER, B.C. M 	
,.,���.,,.      .      ..  .,,.���.,,.  rT.rir-,j [man had oiled their bat.���Saturday
Iievinw.
connected  with  obeali,   the  witch
i ul! of I lie A frienn,
livery negro nnd mosi of the colored people have on innate fear of
(he obeali man, however they may
deny it to llie while . One of the
latest development! of this superstition was brought to my notice in
connection  with  a cricket match.
Admirable Cfeolians were to play a
mati h, ami from a few words drop-
ped by the captain of tho latter it
j appears that he was sure of vii tory
to his side because n notable obeah
��� ��� IL
NOTICE TO  ARCHITECTS.
Detlgni    for    New   Departmental   and
Justice Buildings, Ottawa.
I.XTK.\ SIOj^HH Tl .VI _.
The time for receiving competitive
designs for the proposed new Departmental anil Justice Buildings al Ottawa, Is hereby extended from April
I.', to July I, 1!��07.
By order,
n:i:i>. GBL1NAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 24, 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement If they Insert it without authority from the Department.
��� E THE DAILY NEWS
THURsoAy pe
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B.C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
WINDSOR SALT���because
it's pure, fine, clean, dry, piquant
���is used by most people all the
time.
ILL FATED AUTHORS.
132
Commons, to manufacture a little poli-
/"VERTISING RATES. '���'*���' capital  for ,ht' McBrlde Govern-
_       .        -,   .               .. ,        ./> ment.    He bays-':
Transient   dl. play   advertising,   10
cent, per ,ine   nonpariel) 12 lines to Friday afternoons session was entile  Inch.      Five   erects  per  line  for livened  by a sudden debate on Brit-
eutseqnent Insertions. ish   Columbia   affairs.      The   Opposi-
Reading notices, bold face type   20 tJo                           eflort8        _^      ,he
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 _.���,,-.
cents tier line '":y   '������**'   '*-e   Dominion   Government
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- \ as interfering in the local elections
tt-as, apply to advertising manager. now going on jn ^at Province.    Sei-
Notices   of    births     marriages   or (]       h     an accusation been made in
deaths, 5'ic.    ^ ants, for sales, lost or
Inund, rooms to let, etc., one cent per Parliament for which there was less
.���ord. No advertisement taken for ground. When the main fact relied
iesj than 25 cents. Up0n the bolster it up was Mr. Meln-
'/._...avj...j-.��� -,.----���-~,-._ . neg, regjgiiatjon of his office as Gov-
TELEPHONES. ernor of ;]le Yllkon t0 participate in
Day Office  A22 the election, it may be realized how-
Night Office   B22 weak  the Opposition's  case was.
-    Someone  was  indiscreet enough to
��� ;'A*, nn��� invito comparisons between the Federal Government's sale of Indian land.;
"      """"          ~~     "   "~        ~      * or   Kaien   Island   and  the  Provincial
THURSDAY. FEB. 7.  1907. Government's   sale    of    lands    lying
 ��� p.longside,     This   brought    Mr,   Tern-
one MORE sample. pieman, the   Minister  of Inland   rev-
.,      . . ei ue, to  his feet.     He was able to
I. ; tout   * Ic    campaign    ,,i     ,        ,,       ,      .     , .   . ���
'       ,   .       show that  for its 13,000 acres of In-
.   nd icted   by   the   McBrlde , ,.  ,
dian   iniid-   tlio   I'cii'i.ii   Government
-;.'' tki ;���-. we wish to draw   ,,,_.--, .,,   ..    .
-": Si an acre, while the local Gov-
to   a    circular    scattered   , ,,, ,, ,
einment sold 10,000 acres al  a do   u
illll-. ni. .rn   election   day.   _.     ,-,,,. ,
a,: acre,     Mr,   Fosl ir tried  io brea
II seta foi th In the flrs   place thai Mr.   ,,,    ���   ,    ,. ., ���
.. , lhe effect ot this crushing retort,   .in
'  his iinai  meeting, referred   i,
i:  was too greal  for him.    The Oppo-
i". boosters,   an I thai Mr,     ,,,, ���   ,  ,,       .        ...
,    ,, ,, -'.tion   took   refuge  in   the   assertion
..    Hun;   Morgan   speaking   afti r  Mr.   ., .,.   ;��� ,. ,,,-, ,   ,.      ,
that   in selling  the  Indian  lands  the
������'     ro,    pul the cap on.     Next morn-   ,���.. ...    ���,
Province's reversionary    Interest    in
in-' the said J. Burtl  Morgan addres-   ,,   u.��� . ���      ...   . ,      .....    ,.
it   was sacrificed.     Ihis line of argu-
' ���  "  letter to Mr.  Munro   n  which   men)  gave  M|.   Aylesworth ���        ������,
hi  expressed M. regret that Mr. Mun-   ,������,,,  ,,,, ;l   .,,���.  eff    , J
i '   who evidently had  nol   thought it   _-.,,:..,,..,,   ,,,.   ���.       ,     .,
, .,                       ,,        B satirical argument.    As the property
worth  while to reply  to Mr.  .Morgan, ,..,���,,-., ......,.,  ,    ,,     r���     ,             ,
.   ,                    ,                           ���*   - cannot revert to the Province so lone
mid  not   taken the  trouble to declare ., .  ,,,, ������  ,           ,    ,.         ,.                ���  e
ai   there is an Indian alive, the Pro-
1 '"   h: '"    '""  ^ferred to Mr. Mor- ,ilK���s .,>VPI..|(m jn a<. ,andB seemfj
ran when be spoke of paid boosters; t00 remote |0 ra���Sf)        anxl             _
���'��������� I In which he also challenged Mun- Ml, Ay]esw0rth's speech joined to the
<   to meet him on the platform that admlrable  statement   of  Hon.   Frank
evening. ���,.
,,     �� Oliver, seemed lo stun the Opposition.
Mr.   Munro   made   the  obvious   ans- ,.,,,.  ���.���   .,���.,,,,....   _.,���.���   ^  ga      an(]
'"     "tha   he had *"" ca��ed Mr, Mor-   lh|.  H0US��� ,,,.������������,  lh)  (.onsi,lf,,.a;i(,n
!   '��� a paid booster;   that  Mr. Morgan   ()f th(, t.lrif-f
b'������! had his opportunity of discussing.	
matters with him on the platform;
and that he (Munro) did not purpose
to change his announced programme
ic; the convenience of Mr. Morgan.
The cin ular referred to, which is
���-'-"��� I J. Burtl Morgan." having set
forth the above facts, proceeds upon
ground furnished by the said facts
1 call Mr. Munro a "contemptible
coward," a "political weather-cock," a
"shuffling opportunist,' 'a "self-confes-1
���" traitoi," nnd an "unscrupulous I
nn i (antfn ��� hypocrite."
When one remembers thai Mr Mun- '
1(1 is a man held in esteem b> etar.
one  who  knows him, on   account of
_.������   !|i-!|  pi isonal character, nnd that
��� ��� i' le of ChilHwaok, a community
tllsl Ingulshe I for its high moral standing, ha .'��� |usl elected him for the
fourth ' on .ecutlve term, it will, w ���
thinl acl nowledged that Mr J
I      L 11        ���       ::cular  i -  worth;   ol
��� ��� .;\.   fi   ��� a typical sampli   ol
Writers   Whose    Works   Proved   Thjir
Own Death  Warrants.
In times gone by monarchs gave
(hort shr:;': to the authors of hooks
that offended them. The Bourbons,
for instance, .lid not scruple about
paying assassins to "remove" those
writers, such as the gifted Paul
Courier, whose work- displeased
them. Xor did the great Xapoleon
hesitate at all in shooting or hanging the unhappy author who crossed
his path.
On one occasion he executed the
publisher���one named Palm of
Nuremberg���of a book attacking
him because that individual refused
to disclose the name of its author.
A terrible fate befell a nineteen-
year-old authoress of a poem which
was read by no other person than
its writer, a lady of the Empress
Elizabeth of Russia's court, and the
empress herself. This was Vera
Paskin, who wrote about 200 lines
of verse satirizing the empress'
vices.
In youthful pride and imprudence
tiie girl showed the manuscript to
one of the court ladies. To curry
favor with the empress this woman
showed it to Klizabeth, who thereupon' ordered vera Paskin to be
cruelly knouted and banished for
life to Siberia.
A poem has even brought about
the deatii of its writer, and in England too. James I. was the offended monarch, John Williams the
poet. Wi [iams, for safety, inclosed
the verse.'., in an iron box and sent
them to the king, who, always fearing assassination, jumped to the
cor lusion that tho box was none
other than an infernal machine.
When the news of thc real nature
of the box's contents leak d out,
however, James grew so angry at
the jeers thai were leveled al him
from all parts of the kin .dom lhat
he bad rhe unfortunate John Williams ban ri'd. drawn and Quartered.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS^
FOR 8ALE���Good Jersey, Durham
i iw, near calving. Applj Box U
Daily News Office. 32-39
WANTED���Girls who can sew. Tailors wan.'���! also.    247 Fronl street.
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WANTED���Three    furnished    rooms.
Must   be   reasonable   and   close   in.
Apply Box 9, Daily News Office.
WANTED���Al once, third or fourth
class engineer for shingle mill. Apply to Lament Bros., P. 0, box 325,
or Daily News Office. def.
WANTED���Lots for sale. We have
immediate purchasers for several
city lots if the location and prices
are right. While & Shiles, Columbia  st led dtf.
j Thursday, Friday
I   and Saturday
3 DAYS ONLY
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
LOST���On Friday, on Columbia street
between postofflce and Ryall's drug
store, bunch of keys al inched to
chain. Finder will be rewarded on
leaving at Crown Timber Office
TINTED CENTREPIECES I
AND CUSHION TOPS j
I      To Clear at HALF PRICE.     1
THE ARROW PRESS���Job and Commercial Printing, Posters, Dodgers,
Typewriter circulars, Business head"
Ings,     Programmes,    etc.     DAILY
NEWS     BLOCK.   ' Mrs.     DOMINY,
Prop.
NOTICE
Ri   A,  M.  Malins, deceased.
All  poisons  having claims  againsi
h,  late Alfred Melville Malins are re
quested to hand same  (duly verified)
to the undersigned on or before the
flrsl day of March,  1907.
ARTHUR MALINS.
SAW MILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING M4CHIMERV
and SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block
I THE WHITE HOUSE j
I A. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street 1
�������� ���
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How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
���'      ampaign metho Is of   1, i UcBi i le
I'   .    ' :    nl.
A   SIGN  OF  GRACE.
W        ���   glad to  -'"  'hal. h ���
��� IVI        . ���    '. ���        '    .   . ��� I
-
il .'i I
' inti - .     :
u Tu last, a      nopsls of a
.   \   ncouvei   ���   ���
. In whli ' m   ii
i ntempor-
...!.'    ; I    .
painful
��� ,  .     .-ii   iva_i
i'i'      I'll- .:
.       , ;.      ���
'    q
'
. ,   .        n,
A   New York  Street.
"If you ever hear a person bragging aboul his knowledge of New
York streets jn-t ask him to tell
you where Old Broadway is and see
what he says/' said ;i man about
town. "I'm' tried if for the last
year, and ninoly-nii.e out of a hun-j
dred will look al you in amazement
and think you've lost your senses.
When I tell them there really is
such a street they begin to guess,
and every <_.ioss is tn the downtown
district and generally in the vicin-l
ity of West Broadwp-v.
"When I tell them lhat Old
Broadway begins at Manhattan
streel and runs north for five
I. " :. . stopping at One Hundred
and Thirty-third .-treet. thev are
surprised. I've tried this with persons living wilhin a few blocks of
this street, and the name i- just as
;i h a surprise to them as it. is to j
otl rs. Rvory oqc seems to think
Old I'." dway is simply a Xew
!i'or] ' r's affectionate way of speaking of his famous street and can't j
bel '" l! it the name really appears on ai ;. -��� r sol corner."���Xew I
York s
FOR
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
VOU CANNOT PROCURE n MORE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE THAN
THE HAMILTON.
Grade No. 940   21   Jewels,  in 25-year Gold   Filled Cases ...   $37.50
Grade    No.   1    17      " "    32,50
Grade  ;..���. 2-17   25.50
Grade    No. 3-17       �� 23.5
Boys s Girls I w-c- chamberlin> *��� -
WE make a specialty of School Shoes
and offer our customers the very best
money can \my.
'Phone   105. 'Phcne  :f?"
THE    CELEBRATED
F .v.crs nnd  Scents.
'i.i' ntici n o ��� n nt," snys
a wril  :'. "��� -     r :-  plants be
longing to ���������'��� .���:���'''������ d  foroi ' families.
For instance, I tine!   ������ -   ell
ilel ��� " ��� ��now-
, tho stocks, a .....
��� ViV.
fin   Iho i i       '!i;"il j
p]i i
1. :     ' of '        I        '   .
. .. ' '     ��� : - '
another of
nnd yet an-
,       ��� , which ex-
hul _��� 1 11 ol     ���   ���    ;'
parti . ���' "       : '
!    Iho   moths
tho h.imniii.
ith and
Inn      .    The coarser i
.     ��� if    , ,        !: '
I elder are thi ial al
,..i . ' liftil    roon ro
... ��� . in ite-; bi       t and '        ' lo. ing b
.    . ��� ���     i'i:     l I !��� thi i cl i
���   ill    'vliii li    It    of ���   ��� '       .
i ��� ���
��� ���   ;i ������      Prim    lo  hail
1.
'
i .'     a.i  ,  .        ii
ll .'.- ''.   A :.'���''��� illll- ��� ������    a       _��,    ,     , c
LngJish Watchmaker
mothnils.     li   Is   Two  doors from   ( ma,  ('men
li  I       ome
. ��� ������    should     be
i leserved      Ladies' Gold Wa! ch     fron   $12.75 u]
,.        ; ���   ��� (ii nt lemi n's  Silvi r   \'      ������  .   opi ���
face, $6.00
(!en! lemen's Si   er   \\   ti      , doul
. N    'NLOOKER'S   VIEW. '''""'' : """  ;"
Ai'i'ii' im the   ..'.' ul li Ben
������   ' ���"   '   Watches,   up] lit.a to 1      .    I man Arctic Expetlition.   All wai
���   '    i-   . Chains, Ring , Ji ���������.  '.   . i
Watch repaii in       u        i      mable
FOR BOYS
Boys' Scotch grain
Boots, made with
heavy soles,  riveted,
sizes 1 to 5	
. .$1.75 and $2 a pair
Boys' heavy Blucher
cut, waterproof Boots
$2.25 a pr.ir
FOR GIKLS
A iris'best grain leather Boots, sizes 8 - 10 1-2
$1.25 and $1.50 a pair
Sizes 5 to 7 1-2	
 $1 and $1.25
Misses' Boots, in box
calf and kid, made with
h avy soles, and water-
!       ...  31.75 & $2 pair
If ellinston
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SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, F0G1 F SIXTH, NEW IMI
P. O. B 345
F. CRAKE
'*.
cS.f,
IKSTON'S
:a*\ ���
Shoe r
<'<J-'i.*it.'.,l. :, ..   . ;__-ti';
Columbia Street,
New Westminster.
?!
Positively the best corner on Columbii
Street. Jt contains three large ston ,
well lighted, and numerous offices on I
y cond (,,)'A giving a splendid income.
Th( building has a frontagi on Columbia
Streel of G. feet, and the lot runs back
to Clarkson Street.
PRICE  $38,000.     Reasonable tern
fl 11A DOMINION TRUST CA>   -
THOS. R. PEARSO.*;, Manager
J  '���..   I U'SIVE    AC.IMS
firj        Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
'-"��� <"  ":' ���^���^���^vi^:mmmmmm,'y
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<URW>AY. FEB. 7, 1W7.
THE DAILY NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
Positively the
Last
Call
on
the
Balance
of
TRY
Jj}g Daily Details ; Lee's Furniture Emporium
Poi .' fl trera bridal bouquets and i .-���. foi Johnnej rhe police magi.
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Flor-1 trate will give the wayward sinner
1st, A1S4. some good advice this morning.
T)ie members ot A and B companies
ire requested to appear ai   the Arm-
.. les ihi.- evening for drill.
The  Schaake  Machine  Works  >e.
terday sen!  a large shipment  of dry
kiln heaters to the Lamb-Watson Lum
er company, of Arrowhead.
The funeral of John Doonar, an
Irishman who has been an Inmate ol
the hospital for the insane for some
time pas:, took place yesterday afternoon, W. �� Kales having charge ol
the funeral arrangements, The w i
vice was conducted bj one of the Roman Catholic fathers, and the body
was interred In the Roman Catholic
cemetery.    The deceased, who leaves
For Furniture. Carpets, Linoleums,
U indou) Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches. Parlor Goods. Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT TH.: BIST   Ql Al ITY THF HlliNftT! PRICK THF ..(WEST!
LEE S      Furniture      E
.mporium
Dupont Block New Westminster Tel. 73
'.*:*'.*y':.*':*':.*:*~*::*';r*'w
no   relatives   m this   city,   "as  aboul   fa v
fift\  years of ace. 3
V
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Three  habitual   drunkards   appear   *
Our FURS
\ .    a is a partial  list o!      few    >f  the  bargains  In   Furs to be
,..,..    It  is rmt. the poll< .  of this store to pack anything away
year.    Therefore, we i s ��� the axe anil slash prices.
Electric Seal Ruffs, extra long, and liberally trimmed with tails:
ice $7.25.    Last Call Price 13.SO.
The Tottenham, wbich left Vancou-
a few days a._r<>. with a large cargo
i'; lumber, is expecte I back in about
iwo months, and will lake on another I
��� rgi    shipment   of lumber   from   the #;
r  ;_,     Kivev Mills.                                   6d in ihe |Kilice couri dock yesterdaj 'fa
morning;   two were assessed  the  us V
i       loading    of    the    Chelmsford   ual amouni and costs, while the third. >J
1             is  been   lying ai   ihe  Fraser   who ��.is liberated from iail only two .���!
Mills for ,i considerable length   u.ns  ago,  was  ordered   to leave  the [���
has been recommenced,   The   pit*   within twelve hours ot spend Ihe !��<
��� is stopped on account of the   next   three  months   in   durance   t   ��� fa
���   wea her and heavj  snow   ll.   decided  inr   r.   S.,  ami   to make 'fa.
I sure thai  he  went, the police escort- V
eil him to iim G   !., H. depot yesterda* >*
evening  ami   placed   him  aboard ihe ,���!
���
beattli      ' nd train !���:
ami liorated, ihe Beaver | ;���;
een  on  that   nm.  but  now   the       ���"���-������  ,,!l   i'"1'"'  have  been notified >J<
up river, has laid up h'1       A ""'" recentlj   left Seattle toi !���!
���ml will shortly  tr.\  conclusions with   *vew   Westminster  with  the lutentlon 'fa,
lhe up ii'.-'           of Ice                               canvassing   for   subscriptions  (or fi
tin   'Westerner," a magazine publish- ,*i
\   \v. McLeod, local representative | eJ In that  city.     These men are ac- !.
��� -;>.;  j ester la    once  m ire
m the Ladner ran.    Since the
20th CENTURY
CLOTHING
cased of having done dlrtj work in y
Seattle, and are not authorised bj the fa
management of thai  publication to do   fa,
ilc   Seal   Collaretti
. ,   price $4.75.
i  beautiful   fin
inches   Ions
regular   price   $12.5i
regular   price   $7.50.
: he Vara ouver Pro\ Ince, was mar
. Sai  a Rosa, Cai., on Tuesday
r.fternoon I i Miss Rose Temple,   After
ling  -ome time on  their honey-Ian* canvassing in their behalf   Three ��!
moon along the California coast, Mr.   of the men.  whose names are given, a
McLeod will return to .New   are   well   supiilieii   with   subscription fa',
blinks, and are said to be good talk j��;
ers.    A number of people In ihis cltj >}
have already  been duped    bj     thorn fa
rhe  l""",'al "r  llu'    late    Duncan   and i; is reared thai thev lefl for the   ��
���
v
;���;
Westminster,  where the?   will reside
in future,
Weber,   who was  found   dead   In   bis |
in  al  the Depot  h itel on Tuesday i ,,.
';    ..I.. ..   will  take   place   to laj.  the
oi lege ! ��� ivlng \V. I_. Pales' undertak-
ensi  a  few days agi
k out.
The police 111
I oi      Grej  Thibet   Boa,
A s     i al $3.90.
1 Coon Ruff, with head and  Mils; $11.50 for $6.50.
, Bear Ruff; regular $14.00.     Mow $6.95.
1 Black Bear Stole;  regular $16.00 for $8.75.
ick Astracban Stole, $ I "a for $2.50.
.   Opossum,  $6.50 tor 32.75.
Thibel   Ruffs, very Btyliah; $4.50 tor $2.25, $3.00 lor $1.25
or $2.25.
I only, Persian Lamb Ruff,  trimmed with   I  sable tails;  regular
for $6.25.
.link SI lies, $16.50 for $10. ^3. $17.50 for $11.50.
Ma mol   Stole,  with storm   collar;  a   real  swell   fur:   regular
\,i'.\   $9.50.
There ��as an unwonted amouni  of   !���!
���
(J   ing   looms  on   Amies   Btreet, al   two  activity around the governmenl wharf  fa
The    body I yesterday, the Stranger and the Resl   ��}
i  clock   this   afternoon.
|! will he Interred In the Church of Eng-
iniii ceme ery.
l.ouis   \Y.   Moreas  came  up  before
less   leaving   early  In   the   afternoon ,���,
Willi   the   pai���.i|ihernali,i   necessary   [ur 'fa
the   opei 'aiion   of   I he   Kiiip.  Edward, jj
the governmenl dredge, in tow,   Tin
the Hon.  W.  N'orman  Bole yesterday   King Edward  followed and is expect
nfiernoon for election and decided to   ed to be back In tho river
take a  speed]   trial.     The judge set | '    The work to be undertaken al Vie
i   lhe date of the  hearing  for  Peb. 11,
..ml  allowed  the  prisoner to go free
li oi,   giving  his   personal  recognizance
tuna is the dredging of the Mud Hay ;���]
thus, near the embankmeuts,     Vboul >J
50.000 varils of earth is to be remov fa
|  BI for $250, and   providing  two  suretiesi e,i. and ibis win nol be a  very   large 'fa,
Mi..*,.,-   ,. ...       ... .���.
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contracl  For lhe King Edward undei
I i leseui   conditions.     The  machinery
The funeral of the late Walter Em-   has  nearly  all  been   renewed  and  Is i.
lke    i'1'"'1'    tomorrow   capable of going the limit without any $
The   Oddfellows   will   rear of mishaps, $
I,i'   charge  of   Hie   funeral  arrange-1 . !���'
TWEED    anil
WORSTED I
��� rson,    will
ai    _   o'cloc
.i   iim it Morgan has appointed J, i'
I
montS   assisted   liy      the     I lii|i'|ieilileat . .
Order of Foresters.   The funeral ser-   Taylor as  one  of  the  arbitrators  in !��J
l   ' tiie dispute between himself and F, .V. >}
Howay,  concerning    which    there  is >���<
$200 al  slake.    The monej   was pill  up fa
rfj   lice will he con lucled bj   Rev.  M,
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In   addition   to   wearing   Lhe   smile   ������..   Mr, Morgan al a political n ng >������
lhal   will not  fade, a large number ol al   Sapperton   two    weeks    ago,  Mr 'fa,
.Conservatives     e   (porting new hats, Morgan  offering  lo  give $l||u lo the V
B   the resiill of election wagers   A young loyal Columbla.i hospital If tlio facl J
man aboul town who i   a strong sup- wore  not   as  ho   had    alleged,     Mr fa,
il ihe Liberals, has had to buy Howay      accepted      the      challenge 'fa
exacilj      I went; live    hats    for     his and      cheques      were      made      oul
mis      He certain!-   wai   entitled lo and linnde-l lo VV, 0,  McQitarrlo, who
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celebrated   Cement  ia
ncarlj all large contracl ���
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3SEBANK   LIME.
elephones: Office 16,
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NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER,   v
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
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2 Lota   cor.   6th   Ave.   and  I Sth St.,   near  proposed
en,- line, $325}  $125 cash.
3 Lots cor. 7th Ave. and 2nd St., $550;   $200 cash.
1 Lot 7th Ave, near M.>ody Square, $200;  half cash.
2 Lots on 6th Sl., $500 ,  half cash.
1 Lot on Sth St. and  7th Ave., $200 ;   half cash,
i Lot on Sth and Gth Ave., $200;  half cash.
1 Lot 2nd and Durham, $200;   half cash.
.nager's Residence 22 ���
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OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
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entertainments ever  given    In    this
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FUNERAL NOTICE. i. |nty, pretty an I pathetic son
. ^Chy    (lionises,    liili'i;.'     '"I     (vlth
Cll    LyO Bide splitting   |oke��,     In Lhe  si
. i ,   ted to meel ��� part,   William    Moore,   the   pop ilai
at l:3n i'.m .   Vancouver humorist, gives his i..i:.';
L0O7,  tor   table  Irish  seloltions,    Henry  Newts
���   ,'iie "'i   v.iii give ii number ol nttraetive to
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SVlcLEOD. MARK &
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
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Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248 rT~
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Telephone 302
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY. p6B .
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
Second Hand Goods of
all 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
Moreys
FOR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Spoiled Flirtation In Which M��n Nearly  Falls  From  Grace.
"I never was much given to flirtation,'' said the traveling man, ""but
I had a narrow escape la.t summer
from falling from grace.
"I was riding from Hannibal, Mo.,
to Springfield, 111., on a train. I sat
next to the window on the right
side of the car, no one sharing my
seat. Across the aisle from me sat
two women. The one next to the
window was a good looking person,
with a blue silk gown and a pleasant
facial expression. Once as she looked at me I detected a distinctly
friendly twinkle in her eyes. I was
astonished. Hut not fatally. A
man's egotism will never let him
feel wholly surprised when a woman
shows signs of being pleased with
him.
"I thought, 'At last I have found
some one who detects a good thing
at first sight without the necessity
of any of the preliminary stages of
acquaintance.' The next time 1 looked her way. which wasn't long, there
was a friendly twinkle in my own
eyes, in response to which a suggestion of a smile visited the corners of the woman's well shaped
mouth.
'"I sat up. fixed my coat collar so
it set just right, adjusted my four-
in-hand and tried to look unconcerned. Within five minute., that
strange person and I were smiling
at each other like old acquaintances.
"About this time a tall, lanky
person walked into the ear. spoke a
word to the woman accompanying
the one of the friendly proclivities
and then sat down beside me. We
drifted into conversation, with the
freemasonry of involuntary scat
mates.
"Soon he said: 'I'm the sheriff of
this county. I've got a couple of
crazy women, tnkin' 'em to the 'sy-
lum. You wouldn't never know
they was crazy neither. That woman over there with the blue dress is
one of 'em.'
"Well, I have known some keen
humiliations in my life, but that was
a trifle the keenest."
News.
Abreast of the Times.
TIME AND TIDf!
wait for no man, neither does prosperity Prosperity is with us all the
time. Four years of progress unchecked are in front of us. New West
minster is rapidly forging ahead.
Before another Provincial election dawns property will be up 100 per ct.
Devote your time and money to securing some of the many snaps offered
below, and then, like Rip Van Winkle, sleep awhile, wake up, and reap
the fruits of your investments.
A 1907 BARGAIN
160 acres S. E. quarter Sec.
23, Township 8, New Westminster district, 4 miles
from Langley; 4 ��� room
house; 1 acre orchard;
trees bearing well; splendid
water; between 20 and 30
acres cleared; partly fenced; corner lot; good roads,
both ends. $2,000, one-
half cash. For sale exclusively by us.
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.
320 acres near Cloverdale; one mile
fn m school. _0 acres cropped this
>ear. 30 acres slashed, easily cleared.
Besl prairie land. Frame house, 6
rooms, plastered; large barn, chicken
house, woodshed, etc., etc. Only
$6,400. terms easy.
Chicago
TO INVESTORS.
S6 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
K. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.    Investigate.
Two storey house between Fourth
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.    $1,700.
Snap in Lots.
Three  lots, less  16  feet, corner  of:
Sixth street and Fifth avenue.     Just
; $1,000,  terms easy.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
| (he city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
I 10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
I trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
; in three equal payments at reasonable
j interest.
150 acres improved land,  buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
| all  under cultivation, $15,000.    If yo.i
can   handle   this, don't   delay;   it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
This is  in Victoria,  are you   moving?
. room cottage, ivati r lavato ���    ai
l lichen;   barn 20x25:  size of I* t,  lOi
UO;  fen< e I and ch an I; onlj $1,200.
Easy terms.   Enquire al once for fuller particulars.
Full size i lot, No. 12 Third i venue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy
terms.
17 lots, full sized on 6th sine:, in
Burnaby, East side 100 yards from
Cliff  Can   factory.     Price   $1,020.
Hotise on Royal and Eighth  street,
two  storeys, seven  rooms,   full   sized
lot, $2,000.
arenue;   size  of  lot  lOOxloo  n,
^'jrti.1
lot.   Can I e I oughl .. [ot��.
ir.side lot $400.    Good
168 acres, Coqultlam  10
ed, near Black'.* ran    , i2,ooo.
House and lot, 33 x 100, P.,.,-, m
situated  near Que< n's aven ,-���, $A-' [
It's up to you to stop paying rent,
cine hundred and sixty acres X n
i,4  Sec.    IB, Township  11, two t^i
from Fon  Langley,  5 . .._���, [
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. 0��I
third cash, balance on time, 7 ,..r ..ml
interest.
-i
11-2 acres, between 5thj
and Gth avenue and 1 _>th 11
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash. I
20   acre   blocks,   fruit
Junction, $20 per acre
lands,   near
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
i
And all the principal business centers of       'par Qn  m���  ].,c,   voviP'e  I  saw
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL   waves 100 feet high I
TIME PROVINCES. 01d Salt-I've been a sailor for-
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and   ty years and never scon 'em over
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls,   fifty.
For Time Tables, etc., address Tar���P'raps not.   ISut every tiling
is higher now than it used to be,
mate.���Ally Sloper's Half Holiday.
160 acres good farm land in Delia,
Six lots, 50x130, outside city limits! about 3% miles from river, near Scott
$60 each   lot.    Fuller  particulars on road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
enquiry.
160 acres, N.E. M section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
6-room cottage, 7th Ave.&
6th St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
wood sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees, rrice
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
House and 1_> lots, 5 rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arranged at 0 per cent.; Alice street.
.lames inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
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 $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
GEO. W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
A Theory.
'���l*o you believe there is any
chance of war with Japan?" asked
the diplomat.
"No," answered tbe C'aliforniun;
"the Japanese will hardly want to
fight us until we have educated
them a little more fully in modern
REDUCED    RATES   methods   that   will   enhance   their
hopes   of   success."���Washington
WINTER CARNIVAL, ��� Rossland, ftC.    "'   Helping on H, Finish.
i  "You'll find I'm bard to discour-
1C0 aces, Westminster district, .<>
acres under cultivation, IU acres or-
chard, ._ acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
Spring; house JS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; l.-jiost frame house and cov
stables, three in all, stable S cows and
2 span horses; near .Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand:
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
tifnber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
liouse made of hewed timber Laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at C
per cent.
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.
ED. QOULET,
C. I'. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E,   J.   COYLE.
Aisistarit   General    Passenger    Agent,
Vancouver.
m. ,  , ,  ., .  ,,,, ,   .. ,   ,,. ,     age,   said the persistent suitor mo -
tickets on sale Feb. llth to Feb. 16th,     5'      ..    ,,    -.,_., i      ,.,      .
odramatically.    Someday III make
tieturnrng Feb. 18th. y01l admit ,������ ](lV., me> and theD)
Fare and One-third Return    ;""1 nnt !i)1 < ���"'���--J "'.J1 lli" happy..
  "I'll   say   it   now,"   replied   the
heartless girl. "1 don't mind telling a lie for a good end."���Philadelphia I." '���, er,
Making  It  Right.
She���] can't bear actors,  They're
so conceited.
!!������    Bui  I'm an actor, and you
don't think I'm conceited, do you?
>��� '������ �������� > t      She (seeking to recover herself)
J��t        | f-|      ./���.    :   ���Oh, of courso not!    I  mean the
: Northern racihc ^ ?nc% %��*?��>���� a*1-
��� ��   count.���Sacred Heart Review.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates,
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AM) ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points,
An Inference
"] always t ry to practice charity,"
said .Miss Passay. "My motto is,
-Do unto all men ns you would have
them do unto you.' "
"Gracious!" exclaimed Miss Pert.
"You  don't   really   kiss   them,  do'
you ?"���Philadelphia Press.
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, $1,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4 th
Ave.
Lot   Xo.   Id,   full    size,   on   Agnes
, street,  all  cleared  and fenced,  ready
' for building:  a real good speculation
foi   $600.    Half lot No.  7, $250.
160 acres on the Scotl road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $l,0iiu
cash, balance easy.
f
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,0(10 cash,
$2,500.
160 acres iu Surrey. 5 acres cleare 1,
fenced cm roa I side, $1,800, half cash.
balance on time al 6 per cen' , au -
Ject to sale of timber,
60 acres good fruit land in Surrey:
can be boimlit now for $25 per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,
29 and 32, Township :���. ono-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55'
per acre. Telephone al Hammond;
telegraph station, Pitl River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusi* e agency.
SO acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, 6 .ores
cleared; only $1,000, easy terms.
House and lot, 50 x 133, back of
1 brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
for $24.00 per month. Price $1,200,
half cash, balance in six months,
Vou cannoi possibly get a higher per
centage for your money than li per
cent,
One hundred and sixty acres, xw|
-. Sec. 25, Township It;, 2^ n
from Abbotsford, creek ruan!ii|l
through, 50 acres alder bottom. s_li|
to be $000 worth of timber on t_t|
property.    Price $10 per acre, >* castl
��� balance on time.
Ten acres In Lot 46.. one mile eujj
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eat|
lly cleared.    $30 per acre.
Two storied  house, 7  roomB  ._l,|
��� sewer   connections,   all    nioJ.rn _.|
��� provements, splendid  local.:... $2.8
Terms arranged.
House,  corner  of Fiflh  avenue ail I
Sixth street,  one  lot.  two store., il
i rooms, $2,500, half casb.
I    Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sxi
street,  oue   block from   posl   o!_��,"
rents at $"'i per month, or I    n.
$4,500.
I
House, eight rooms, on SI Georp j
street, corner Fourth, $2,-00; eU|
terms.
House,    full    sized    lot,   ��a   K*
street,  Sapperton:   rents for $10 p��|
month.   Only $1,050.
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; <��-ood well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
160 acres In Surrey, near Hrown.
t..'oulthard's ranch, $7 per acre; -,;
terms;   fruit   lands;   see  us fi
ticulars.
_,
House,   10   rooms, ]'/���.   lots, dm'
40 acres near Mud Bay, $7 per acre;
see us for fuller particulars.
8-roomed house, ,.n modern improve,
ua nts, fine location, corner of Fourth
Btreel   and   Agnes,    $5,000,    one    half
casb,    \ comfortable home an '
family residence,
go
Unusual.
She���She is always talking about
her mince pies.    Did you ever see
anything unusual in them?
lie���Yes.   I saw a bIioo huttonin
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip   One once!���Vonkers Stub.'.man.
Rates  to   Southern   California.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
0
One and a half lots, Sapperton, jusi
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,200.   Terms to lie arranged.
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $l,i00,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
Elghl roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon streei nn i
Sixth Btreet, two Btoreys, $3,750.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Connnur,
aboul   70   aires,   only   $2.1   per   acre |
Half casb.   Jump.
House and lot on Sth street. Ix>t 66x
1"0, 6 rooms, woodshed chicken house,,
$1,050.    Terms easy.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side'
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under CUltiva-
"ii:   bouse,   barn,  sheds,  etc. all  in j
House
For full in form* ion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, ?.. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore
Lived nnd Learned
Jack���1 thought I knew all about
skatihg when 1 was a small boy.
Philomenu���And didn't you?
Jack���Why, no. I merely knew
how to skate.���Brooklyn Englc.
> and lot on Agnes Btreet, two
good   repair;   a   snap   al,   $3,000,   half, storeys, seven  rooms:
cash. , $2,500.
a real snap nt
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh  street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
135 acres, one mile from Hunting'
don. B.C., 70 acres lu grass, 15 M-*1
dralned and fenced; bouse and bsnt
cost $2,500; good mad along om Bide;
price $50 per acre,  half ca  I
to suit purchaser al '! per i ��� nl    II,;'
Bon for selling, the owner'- -   i
bad health, and baa to go   i     ��� '-
climate.
Double tenemenl house, 5
i ai !' bouse, water, light,
! bel ween    First   and    Sei i u d     ' "
! Fourth avenue, on north      ���    ''
. $1,500, half casii. balance In one;  '
at 6 per cent.
100 acres, all fenced, read,  toi ��� ;
tivation,  g I   water,  halt   mill    ���' :i'
school, al   Chiiliwack, $75 pei  .i8rc'
6. acres in pin Meadows, only
$35 per acre, one third ca lb, balance
at (i per cent.
8 and 10 acre b!oci;s'in Surrey, tbrea
miles from the river, $10 per aere.
Large  lot  and   two COttag* " ' *
Inmbia street, Sapperton.   Both rente*!
nl $10 each.
Five collages and two lots on fir'J
street, opposite Queen's park, ���'r'"
$7,000.
Full sized lot on Regina sl '���!,IA
132, Lot K). Sub. 1 Lot 8. Price $150,
McQuerrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London. FEB. 7. 1907.
*,�� *��_>-> .
TIIE DAILY NEWS
Auction Sale of City Lots
W. J. Kerr  has  received instructions  to  Sell by  Public  Auction,   on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7tk, 1907, at 8 P. M.
in the Cunningham Block, next door to his  office  on Columbia St., New  Westminster,
SIXTY - FOUR    LOTS
comprising Sub-divisions 1 to 32 inclusive of Block 1, and Sub- divisions 1 to 32 inclusive of Block 2 of Lot 13, Suburban Block
12, City of New Westminster.
This property has just been sub-divided and staked especially for this sale; it is now being slashed
and has not been on the market before, thus affording a splendid opportunity to acquire a valuable location first hand.
These lots are situated fronting on Tenth Ave., one block from the Interurban car line, and two
i.locks from the City car line, and occupy one of the finest residential sites in the city.
Every lot is high and dry and affords an unparalled view of the distant mountains and Fraser
River delta.
Size of lots:  Inside lots 130 fec-t by 49 1-2 feet; corner lots 99 by 65 feet.
Terms: One-quarter cash, 1-4 in 6, 1-4 in 12, and 1-4 in 18 months, with 7 per cent interest.
Theadvisability of investing in New Westminster property is an undisputed fact; New Westmin-
ster as an industrial center is commanding notice from the whole Pacific coast; Real Estate buys are sure
xoney-makers. This is yo :r cliance. Come and make your own prices, no reserve. A chance for everybody, Remember
the easy terms.
Remember  ihe place  and date    Cunningham  Block,   Columbia  Street,
Thursday,  February   7th,  1907.
FATE OF THE POOR DOG.
Champ Clark relates tho experience of a western politician who
was making a bouse to house canvass some years ago.
This politician had come to a
prosperous looking tarmhouse at a
crossroad when he observed n comply young woman standing at the
gale. Pulling up his horse, the
candidate for the people's favor
gracefully lifted his hat in salute to
the young woman and politely asked A
"Xo doubt, madam, your estimable husband is at home?"
"Yes," responded the woman.
"Might I have the pleasure of
seeing him?" suavely inquired the
politician.
"He's down in the pasture n-bury-
in' the dog," came from the individual at the gale.
"I am very sorry indeed to learn
of the death of your dog," came
in sympathizing tone from the candidate.    "What killed him?"
"He wore hisself oul a-barkin' ut
candidates," said the woman. ���
Rochester Herald.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
W. J. KERR
P. 0. Box 377 Phone 170 New Westminster, B. C.
Got Rid of tiie Bore.
James ('. Dahlman, the mayor of
Omaha, was talking alio.it bores. "I
used to be pestered to death with a
bore," he said. "My doorkeeper
was a good natured, obliging chap,
and he could never find it in his
heart to turn the bore away. Jusi
as sure as 1 was in the bore was certain to be admitted. One day after
an hour's martyrdom at the mini's
hand 1 determined to end tliat persecution. So I called my doorkeeper and said to him mysteriously,
'Jim, do you know what keeps
Smith coming here so regular?'
'No, sir,' said Jim; 1 can't sav as
I do.' 'Well, Jim/ said 1, '1 don't
mind telling you in confidence that
he's after your job.' From that
day," Mayor Dahlman concluded, "I
saw no more of the bore."
ALL   OVEP   THE  HOUSE.
Nursery    Hints    For    Young    Mother*.
Care of Baby's Teeth.
.V child's hair should be washed
thoroughly once a month. Too frequent washing make- the li.nr dry
and harsh, 'i'o keep it clean brush
it twice a day for live minutes, separating the strands where the hair
is thick and long so that the brii>!i
can reach the scalp. Keep tho
' brushes clean by rubbing them with
j a cloth after use.
In   infancy   and   childhood   mil',.
, fhould form thc greater part of the
, dietary.   Far too much meat is given
'to children, and their digestive organs during the first  few  years of
life are often ruined or considerably
i weakened by the practice.    Should
thc milk have a tendency to curdle
in the stomach the addition of Lime-
water or soda water will often counteract it.
Always clean a young child's teeth
both night and morning.    A tooth-
. brush need not be used, as Ihe little
��� gums are so very tender.    All that
is necessary is to have a piece of soft
1 linen dipped into warm water,    if
the tirst teeth are taken care of and
not allowed to decay the second set
will, as a rule, be good.
Pastry Making.
In making pastry there are several point, to be remembered apart
from the actual making of it. Be
careful that everything you use 18
scrupulously clean and dry. See
that your oven is properly heated or
your   pastry   wil
spoiled,  even
like Royal Bank of Canada^�����ORDER. . . . 317.00;
PANTS TO ORDER 500   sk. l^^i^iTT^.,^,. .,>
olute se io depositor-    START NOV. to save your money   im,lu   ,u  UIIUL      u,uu    , . ,       , , ....
the undersigned, aid   endorsed    ten-
will never regrei  it.    Pee;,;.'   lo hai ler things every day and have   MARVELOUS    REDUCTION   der tor Postofflce, Fernie, B.C.," will
... .,     , , .   ,,.,,_ be   received al this office until Mon-
��� , ,1,-,���  f ... -.,                                                                                                                   until March 1st, Iim,. .    ,    .    ,     .
' sn "������  tor it, ' day, February ts, 1907, inclusively, he
t'lentv of (,(io is to select irom, of the       ���
Latest Patterns the construction of a Posl Office, _��c,
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re-   building al Fernie, B. C.
funded. Plans and specifications can be Been
and forms of tender obtained ai  this
Departmenl   and   on   application   to
Robert A. Kerr, Esq., Clerk of Works,
247 Front Street   -      New Westminster   fernie,  li. ('.
OPEN evenings. Persons tendering are notified thai
_!.        __,_ _     \-*r      i        tenders will not be"considered  unless
F. B. LYLE, Manaser. City LlectHC Woi'KS  made on the printed   form   supplied,
  and   signed    with   their actual signn
 Opposilclram Office
lures,
Each  i.ii.ii i' mast   be accompanl 11
DOLLAR   ipens an   iCi nini     Put It In : mr pocket, it would .rob-
nothing, bui  ONE DOLLAR   deposited everj   week wiih us will In
amount to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO   9   O'CLOCK.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
NEW   WESTMINSltK   fcJKANCH
I   ;-K'"_��rIl_-tini     RariL"    _n.f'      (^rtrri'tYl&Yf'f*      For electric signs, dynamos, n bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
ZT."��� ���     U   ���    ��� ._���._         ^>^A1AIIA^1 *-C   fans,'phone fixtures, shades, hells, hat- banki mBde pa able to the   order   of
��rz_-...-.'  -,������. , T"���-���.^._.._"_;_---^.                      ���        .   Wire  and  cables  of all   kinds tjie Honourable the Minister of Pu
������ ,    House wiring.    Motor in- works, equal to ten per cen   (10 p.c.)
'������'       ip Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000                '        laity.   All kinds of re- ol��� th0 amoun1   ���     ;,,,   tender, which
.                                                                 romptl-   attended to. ,vlll he forfeited If the party tendering
HEAD  OFFICE. TOr.O,. i O.                                                    ,   rjlflRV   Proi_ri_��tor lecline to enter into a contract when
U.KER, General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.            J. ui&by, Kroprietor
PH_."NE se.. railed ii on tn do so, or it             i
���     ���   cornplo  ��� the ivorli contrac  id for.    If
���   ANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE       .                                            1 < tan*              '      i the cheque
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A GEXEI. '.:.   B KSV ING  I     SIXESS TRAXSAC I'El.
SPROTT-SHAW
111 l c n I in ne !.
.       Departni ii    does   not hind   '
f  to acci      tho I or ai
BUSINESS iNSTITUTf    |
L1MI I*ED
FARMERS'  BANKING. )
' dllty  afforded  Fanners for  their banking business.    Sales  Notes    ( i
���  oi  taken  for collection, J 3.G Hn       ���   St. \V, Vancouver,   i
IKING   MY   M V1L    Depo Its   n   . ������ i "by mail     j    |         ^          (. ^ | plt^an   j
��� ��� ii aci mnl .,,   evei    a
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH    IL R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
0
than I, Telegraphy an I En-
���   i   ring.
Sank of Alontreal
ESTABUSH.-D 181 (.
Incorporated   i,   acl   or   paritamen!
.   (ALL  paid  Uli)    $14,000,000
; FUND .   $10,000,000
lit. li.m. Lord strathcona and   Mounl   Royal,   G.   C.   M.
G, ;  Honorary President
Hon,   Sir   G.   .\.   Drummond    President
G. S. Clouston Vice President   and  General  Manager ^
" :|l banking 'easiness transacted,
bes in all the principal eltl es In Canada, In London, Eng., New
tgo, and St, John'a Nfld., an.] correspondents In all parts of tbi
r>AVIfVGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
G. r>. BRYMNER, Ascent,
0y Oi  i
FRED. UKLIN i I
Secre
icnl       Pu
Ottawa, Jan i ir   IS, 1907.
j       y, ���     ape       Insertln      th
j       oment without i 11 nn thi i
i   [.��i   irtmen   ���   [ not be | ild for It,
Seven Teachers        i A   .  . *( ��   D n   ������       ii~~r
j Fortyrive   Typewriters j SpOk_M Mb & ..Oifa. Ry CO.
J    STUDENTS ALWAYS  IN    DEMAND,    j        (fe.SOn �� Ft. Sh^d R^ 0).
I      r. j. spRoa b. a:, Principal {      fed Mountain Ry. Co.
' " ' r_~     _""" The  ��"'y  :ill   rail   runic   between  all
points ea9t, wesl and south to Rosa
W.   Wo   il)raOCr ,;""!' N!*l,on "���<l intermediate points
��� connecting at Spokane with the Greal
*->    r*   Lcjjicl! Northern, Northern Pacific ������imi O. R,
& N. Co.
Surveyor Connect-, at Rossland with the Can
adian   Pacific Railway  for  Boundary
reek  point!
i onnects at ��� Meyers    Falls    with
Ellard Block.   M-"" W_��tmh	
BLACKS.;;. lil.^G-
stage '"'lily for Republic.
Buffel   service   on   trains   between
,.  .    ; bought oul  the Blai I      -.���,; ,,, , :1, ,p Nelson,
of R. H. Benson, I will      Effective   Sunday,   Novembei    to,I
80 all his old ci, : im    1901,
well as new ones    Horseshoe   Leave Day Train Arrive
.'i a.in Spokpne  ... .7 i.S p.m
���"���.'��� .   '���:��� i��     ���'....; ro p.m.
n. i'   i./a    ..   Nelson   6.45 p.m
Eighth  Street. _. u   A   | ���,,,������.
ing a specialty.
H. M. KM UTS ON.
Poorly   Pa::l   Op._nl.!i   V/riters.
Spanish writers arc nol in enviable circumstances. The usual pay
for novels In Spain is so low that it
is hard to understand how writers
can live on the money they receive,
whereas in Paris there are ten novel writers who annually earn 100,-
000 I'nines ami more. In Spain the
pay for a lonj; novel is $12 and for
novels of two volumes scarcely
more than 250 francs. The Ilil Bias
cites a cise where Carmen Huuos,
11 well known authoress in her eoun-
trv, received only 150 francs for
the translation of a long French
novel. A Madrid printer who publishes a series of volumes dealing
with the writers of thc nineteenth
century pays 50 francs for a volume.
A  Fee  From the  Ameer.
Two Englishwomen, 11 physician
and her Bister, were attending the
women of thc palace of the ameer
of Afghanistan. One day when
Miss Brown was i itting \\ ith the
queen   the   ameer  cam"   in.     lie
1 hanced to have gol a bit of coal in
his vyi' and wa- suffering considerably. Miss Brown offered to remove
the irritant and di 1 so deftly, her
sister holding a lamp to enable her
to sec. His liighncss al once called
for his purso and forthwith presented Miss Brown with 50 gold tillas
(aboul $175) and her Bister with i 0
tillas.	
Grace by Weighti,
:i has been sug| esi   1.1 sec, t!:.'
it Mould make for the j rei ter dignity and grace of ful ratio
of English women if from an ear
ogc fi male children    ������  ��� mi de to
1 on tnntlj   carrj   vn          on tl    1
Is,   as   they   do   in   tl     east,
Thero i ��� not! ng,           ay, to
1 ���;��� v. imi 'i pi -perly 1           I,
hop,    ,.���'..!
their arm 1 and hi
r head 1 and j walk 1
if  Uicy   were  en: ii
ipping to pieces,    1
Fore-'.  _!  J*p   n.
\Y!;i!r the 1    in  e have
..   n ��� havoc anion ; then
i enl uric . tho Japai 1     have I
good care of theirs, and toda) more
tl   o 0 third of tho an 1     ���'      1 i
still undor forest,   Tl 1
twenty saw mills in the who
try.   The Jupancsi   E 1    I     .dude
four  zones    tiie   trop
and banana), the subtro]
phor), the temperate (oak,
poplars,   etc)   nnd   the   n irth
(pine).
Japan'* Load of D
Japan's national debl nov
to  $1,011,472,3  ���
000,0 o i, for pul
���   ��� .  The total di   ���
more Mum the inti
1,000,   1
000 for the Am
. I !������ I   : ;
: of Japan
A tho I
���1 of ���' (ibout
twice as benvv.
though you make it properly. Always mix pastry with the tips of
your lingers and not with the whole
hand. Always roll pastry from yon
and not backward and forward
heavily. The less pastry is handled
nnd the quicker it, is made tho better.
Hard Sauce.
Put into a warm howl ouewjuartor
cup butter and one-half eup powdered sugar. Mix with a wooden spoon
or spatula, beating hard for fifteen
minute's. Flavor with one-half ta-
blesooonful lemon, vanilla or a little nutmeg or powdered mace, as
preferred; beat 11 little longer, pack
smoothly on a small plate or pile
lightly in a fancy dish, and set, on
lhe ice until very hard. A pleasing
change is te add a tablespoonful currant jelly after creaming the butter
and BUgar, then heat light.
House Plants.
Do not overwaler  plant; at this
season of the year. Give just enou T'i
to keep the soil moist throughout
Let the surface lake on 11 dry loi k
before more water is applied.   Eva]
oration takes place slowly, and few
plants are growing actively enoug 1
to make use of a great deal of water.    An ovcrsupply has a tenden
to sour the soil, thus bringing a di ���-
eased condition of the roots,
A  Durable  Mat.
A most durable doorraal .' >r hard
outside use may be in.;   ��� ol coils of
rope, that which has had some u ; 1
being preferable to thai   which is
perfectly new.   Take a darning nee
���lie and strom, cord, end  the  I
around once and sew on the  in ler
side.   Then make another 1
do likewise until you bavo a i r 0
mat.   Such a rani i    10I ei    ' ��� bl
or kicked oul of plai e.
Care of Books.
I f anv Liquid be spilli 1 b 10k,
wipe it oil at once gen tl    ivitl   1
cloth or ibsorb ��� \
per.   1 ',1 no! dr it by a
1 io not turn 11 'ace or
place
lever open a
er     or cover, b
I'm ���
���
li
I .   ; .
i lean sing unl .
To I
A "wi
n
hi       in a  pinl  ��� I
���
I when 1
brush.   '! in the
Car.-) ot I'
Mover 1 lai e '��� Is or ] il*
I in tin
���
,ir. ���.,    ,,, ,, .1, .,��� ���
���
1 .
Col-rti  For
Marion Harln
der and shade
r  ,,,"   ; :  ' 11   I'i   I   .
! G od
. olent
p black to bright
I
t
';���   '
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HW  THE DAILY NEWS
TEA!     TEA!
Special Blend at Special Price
Clearing  out  for   stocktalu.
Only
;ing
per lb.
I Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for this ���>lumn should be ad-
drt-st-d. "Social Editor, Daily New.-.. V. 0,
Box 4'.'.', New Westminster."
BURNABY
8 acres on Murchie Road; good location.   $800.
4 acres on Murchie Road.   $400.
WE Will GIVE EXCEPTIONALLY GOO!) TERMS ON THE ABOVE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
A (It-legation of local hardwaremen
embracing U B. Lusby, H. T. Kirk,
George Blakely and A. Cunningham,
will leave today for Victor)., where
they vi I attend a hardVf.iyemen's con-
yention,
Mr. an' M"i-3, P. Warren will leave
today for Victoria on a short visit
Mr. and Mrs. ... H. Henderson Will
leave today for Victoria where thev
will spend 5 short time visiting
friends.
Frank N'oakes, of Wiarton, Ont.,
was a visitor In thc city yesterday.
;     Thomas Ckddie was reported by the j
1 Royal Columbian hospital staff, to be '
slightly   improving  early   this   morn-!
ing, although his condition still caus-
! es,  some anxiety.
Dr.  0.   M   Jones,  of Victoria, has
j been  called   into  a   consultation  con-
1 c< rning .Mrs. Alex.   Ferguson,   who  is
lyinge seriously ill  at  the  Royal Columbian hospital.     .Mrs. Ferguson is
still to weak to undergo an operation. '
ASBESTOS
SAD
IRONS
Thursday. pEB y
A HOT IRON
A Cold Handle
LADIES' NEW
SPRING
COATi
Opened  out
TO-DA Y
PRESIDENT CASTRO j
IS SLOWLY OVING
TOILET
SoapS
Prices
25c per doz.
to $ 1 a cake
WHOOFING  COUGH.
Illness     Assumes    Alarming    Phase���
Close  to Death   Many  Times
Previously.
See that Hood?
It is lined witn Asbestos,
prevents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, and thus kept
cool.
THE CORE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Watch for further particulars
_
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
l
EYES   TESTED    FREE
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
' Imported Goods
o
SALTED HERRING
Extra   Pat
WOOI/IES Hi GOOD CHEESE
How  to   Handle  This  Distressing  and
D-jncjer.u:;  Ailn.'jr.
It is strange how little is thought I New York, Feb. 6.���A cable des-
of whooping COUgh and how little phtcb was received in this city yester-
j care is taken to prevent, it, for it is I 'lay from a high government official
i in truth a dangerous disease. The i in Caracas, saying that the condition
I mortality statistics show that more ' of President Castro, of Venezuela, had
children die from whooping cough i assumed a more alarming phase and
j than from measles. Scarlet fever that he was expected to die within 24
| alone among what are called the dis-. hours. The message came by way oi
j pases of childhood causes a greater Curacao and was dated February 4.
I number of deaths. It  Is probable that the dispatch was j
i A child with whooping cough taken there from Caracas for trans-
I 6hould be us strictly isolated as if i mission to New York,
lhe had scarlatina, and it is very' President Castro is at Macuto, a
wrong for a mother to take her in-1 seaside resort near Laguayar, where
fant with this disease on boats or in he has been under treatment of his
cars, where it is likely to carry in- 1 physicians since December. His affection to others. An older child ; fliction is known to be of a serious
should he kept away from school '��� nature and several times he has been
find not allowed to play with other   close to death.
children,  except such as have al-' ���	
ready had the malady.
It is usually easy to recognize
.' whooping cough after the disease is
' fully established, for the paroxysmal
rough, going on and on and on until
the child's breath is all but gone
and then succeeded by (he long,
noisy inspiration, is unmistakable.
The disease varies so greatly in
severity in different cases and in
different years that it has been suggested that it would be wise to ex-1        t.,,,���,      .   ,    ..    ,-   ,
, ., , ,,     .   ��    ,.       . Jacoina.   Feb.   6.���Forty   Tacoma
pose children to the inlcetioii in a:
year when its course was mild. But *aloon lc*i)ers have "������-"'���-������-������'i the Ta-
it is a verv serious thing to expose c'0Ina Retail Merchants' Protective As-
a child deliberately to tho dangers sedation. The object is asserted to
of any disease of this nature, for be protection to themselves, and to in-
even in a year of the mildest epi- sure Impartial and strict enforcement
demic an individual case here and ol the liquor laws.
Ihere will be severe and even fatal. The members of the association al- j
When it is said thai over seventy |cged thai the city will nol give them
drups  have  been  recommended  in fQjr and equal treatment  with other I
MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
Whi
SALOON KEEPERS
FORM ASSOCIATION
Object of Alliance Is to Protect Them- I
selves  and   Enforce   Liquor
Laws Impartially.
ile Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Food and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
MILL
SAW
The Schaake Machine Works,i.w.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
w
Ellard Block,
New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Office 'Phone 38...      hstd -"none 137
Columbia St.
E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think w
have, as our business has grom
rapidly during the past year,
If you are not dealing with]
us, we would be pleased to have!
you give us a trial.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to tny
the 1 real im nt of whooping cough it   saloons now notoriously violating the
Just   In
AT
: fiUNDERSON & AIM'S:
* *
������*      * * *     *     *     *     a     j>     *     -ft
LOTS WANTED!
-  IX
New     Westminster
Address offers   from owners only   stating price, Ac,
Bc\ 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster.
PORT   MOODY
REAL   ESTATE
Wanted io Purchase
Lois in Port Moody
Address offers���from owners only-
stating price, etc.
Box 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster,
FARMERS!
ft* Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   POR    HIDES.
tnav he assumed that none of (hem
has heen found very efficacious. This
is nol to say that much good may
not be obtained from certain medicines, such as quinine and belladonna, for example. Yel the main reliance in the management of a case
of this disease is on hygienic measures.
Although the patient must be
kept away from school and from
other children, it must on no ac-
counl be kepi in the house. I're h
air n nd sunshine are the besl agenl -
in the hj picnic treatment. 1 'ity aii
is heiier than none, but it is besl
���', lien possible I 1 fend 1 he child to
(he countr . where it 1 n be out-
doi rs ail day and nol be for ed to
ii ale du 1 and smoke. In storm
v.eai! ��� r, ��hen 01 ������ mi I perforce
ndoors, Iho playroom windows
,1 Id all ! e wide open, and the
bi droom ndo should also
open.
1 I e fo id   hoi Id be plenl iful an
Hour: I  ng, and h Ii we' or the stomal li   n jci '-   a   meal   the   paiienl
shoul I   have   another  ai   once���at
leas 1 a glass of milk ami some bread 1
and bui ler.  -Youi li's (lonipunion.
law, Tbe .saloons of Tacoma are divided Into two panics, and each is
trying to get the upper hand In city
politics.
Light and Heavy Hauling
The CITY GROCERY
ADAMS & DEANS
��>>>>>>>>&:.:.:co:^
Along  the  Car  Line.
A   novel  real  estate  advertising device will   be on  view today in  While
j & Shiles' window, the finishing touches to the attraction having heen made
j yesterday evening, The device consists Of a model ear tracl. on a circular board, on which a diminutive electric car is continually travelling at a
rapid rate. The idea is to advertise
properties   along  the    different    car
; lines which the firm  has listed, and
the mo le] will In future be known as
1 he Interurban line, the Tenth avenue
ell line and the Chiiliwack tram line.
Oats as Fuel.
Snowflake,  .Man..   Feb.   6.���All   the
j local coal supply lias heen exhausted.
J< hn Drew & Son are now bringing
oais and screenings from the Farmers'
elevator 10 burn in their store. Others
will have to follow their example. If
the blockade is nof raised in a few
hours tiie situation will be serious,
Revised List.
Of bookings at the Opera House for
Fi   ruarj:
Feb,   S���Revolution  In   Russia.
Feb.   11    Nettle, the News Girl,
Feb, 15- Uncle Tom's Cabin,
Feb, 28-   English Concert  Co.
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very article or piece of furniture in our establishment al
actual cost without reserve. First come, tirst served. We
need the cash am! you want the goods.~This��is a   chance
of a  lifetime.
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!���; 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Real Extension, Front S
MODERN HOME
.Mor.-  PoftUive.
"Well," said Cadley scornfully, "I'll
bet you dldn f do the proposing. It's
a safe hel that your wife asked you
to marry her."
"No," replied llelipecl;, "you're
wrong."
"Oh. come now, be honest."
"No, she dldn'l as.; me; she told u>e
to."���Philadelphia Press,
Grindstone*  w>i  nnd  iirv.
'i'he strength of a grindstone appears
from tests to vary widely with the degree of its wetness av dryness, stones
thai are dry showing tensile strengths
of from l !���! to 180 pounds n square
Inch, Imi after soaking overnight
breaking under stresses of 80 to 116
pounds 11 square inch.
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
Containing- 7 rooms, situated on
good corner in East End. Beautiful view and good neighborhood.
Price $2,500.      Good terms.
F.J.HART & CO.
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l-IMITED
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Also
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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