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V(l,r\|K 2, NUMBEK 75
NMEN VOTE
R STRIKE
M-.W   Wl-.-j
^STKK,Ii.C., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, li
nr
10 CENTS PER WEEK
SPONGY SEEDLESS ORANGES.
r.uit Deteriorating   and Will  Run
Prom its Se-dlessness.
I.'IM    ���   ���  .    I]
'    : ll
  .
M .,.
ors Agree to Igm re
Act and Prepare|r,uaHty :
Iduct
iFrtlmarj
pr Walkout   Concessions
|Alone can Save Situation
HEN READY TO QUIT
ise i
���   ,
i
i ���
M
_ tr( '..ent   and   Re-
���i Account of
n and Scarcity cf
��� Be Dire Calarr
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._���      Th,     :������...'   i a-    Pa.
and coi
.Mil   ignor,
. neral mana
oads looking   I >i i
���   ���    El I man   acl
,i in their pre] 3 .���
Thej declar, th I   -
i]	
nlesa the man-
:    . concessions,
. nm. ine, l thai
.   aid of the Ei .
ess, w hich        ��� i
is. The
ides I      a board
Ktrati,
....   to
mei   the  second and
'   m i third aimm
n tl   ��� ���    laya the
"HE   LAST   H^PE.
road Managers Resort to Erj
Act   to    Sive   Situation.
2~      \\..:.   ce    -
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...
i   :
m 0. R. & X.,
IWIIF
IJJliL
t1 Li*
Supreme f'" irl '���.:���.
:ision Oi .'.:.������
Submil    '
B fore Calli ig for M<
!. IS  HIGHLY P
��� ���
M '
ers by
ay Be Granted
in  Exceptional Cases.
S   AEOUT   TOTTENHAM.
ilexican   Customs'   Red   Tape   Caused
Loss to   Her Charterers.
M ...
���        ..     ��� ..;     M   I
li! .   lal
I,   IMS
. ���    ���     shipping in
I nd it Is now
...        ���   the ste   ...
this
t car] . er and
-��������� ��� ie   Pacific
\-   :i
loa led
������ .   in ! Van,    iver.
��� i .
it, :
,vh,   .   she
fact*    ol
.���'���.' red
|     . '���.'     E ���
1
'   : .. ���   ...     In
ng da ���   m
i   ii  il a  li over
irterei s, Messrs, Mac-
SEATTLE STRIKE IS
SETTLED
Masters and Men Reach an
Agreement After Long
Conference-Concrete Mixers To Get More Money
BOTH MAKE  CONCESSIONS
Foremen and  Common  Laborers  Neei
not   Be   Union   Mer.���Setti 'me it   Is
Satisfactory  to   Both   Parties, as  it   eral   of
Averts    Lockout   anil    Much   Eitte
Feeling.
i
Seattle, .March 28.���liulu.-ti ;.il|i^,^|
���
.   ���
���
:
is involve
....
M.i
���       .
tate , ommlsslon ��� ���������           ���
���                                   oval . I 3    ���
���
  emeni
.:   ,                            .. ��� i   and con                             I ���  In-
i ii         iu a                              pi    cent.
.ii foHow
rain lisasl
In N'o        a Paclfi, h,   Fniti    ?    ,                      .    ai
���   Pn GOLD  IS STOLE.
. ��� ntend, nt
���-������'.   rela-   Therty-S^x    Sscks   of   Prec Jus    N'.-.-.'-M
Missing at Puec'c.
i^Bl^l^Bi' ' The.. Tut    ^^^_^^^_^^^^^_^^^_^^^_^^
tod; . ���,.���   " ed Porl  Marques oh Feb-   between the master builders and the
mei y 20 and w      not dis chi rged  till
I th, ....     March 5.
...    ij   the ,	
UNION   AFFAIRS.
' ��� orney-
���   ���
. ���.,.,. th,
last   .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
_.. i 5i |Sa wages, and elecl of-   were willing to effect a compromise.
th,   following   year,     The      A joint committee mei al the offlc
......   attended  een;   the  ol   the   master builders  and,  after  a
HARMONY    IN   VANCOUVER.
No   Fear   of   Strikes   or   Lockouts   en
Building Trades.
Vancouver.   March  28.���There    has
been considerable I       aboul  the cil
for some days  pas it th,   Ilk, li-
i,e .e i ol a general strike of the building trades unionists on April 1.   Such
stoi les   .1.. harm and   ll   Is   ther,
wel] to poinl oul  there I    no f, mda-
tlon for these rumors.    The
ers, stone cutters, stonemasons md
builde 's'   ! (borers  all   -.������   \\ hal
asked   foi   some   time   igo  an l I
is no dissai isfactlon amon
painters' agreemenl  lasl -     ::  Maj   I
The "i        ossl     ty Is of a 1
of  f- ���      irp, on   Monda
���   ent agre, m, nl   ,e ween the ;...
and   the    ��� irpentei s   expl   i
day.    The carpenters ha
an Inci��� .i-    of one dollar a day   Sev
he  bosses  have conceded 50
rents.     A   meeting  of the carpente
will   be  held  er   the   Labor  hall  this
��� ��� ening to discuss the situation, and
there is everj hope thai a com]  o nise
will be arrived at.
that the , Carpenters  Adopt   Schedule   cf   Prices
and Arrange  Hours of Work.
|    ���
I
to
nl
building trades, which baa practically
tied up building operations for the
la I ten dajs In this city is ended.
Work wns resumed this morning as a
resull of an agreement reached between committees uf both sides 1,-
evening. Having taken the initiative
with a lock-out. the. master buiTcl
were  the   first   to  indicate that   tie;
m . ition of ihe state- was up-
lufjge ,   .. ��� ���   m   use}
ordered ai
���   ��� i ���       Tl ���
lay n        ��� I, cision.
���   ���    ���  unani
niovis.
following 5eh, lule was adopted. Three I four ho,irs' session, reached an agree-
���..- and a half minimum wage for   ment thai work Bhould be resumed tali, ir   lay, and half holiday on Sat-   mediately and on terms that were mu-
urdays, lo i ike i Steel April 1.
|
���   ���  : ��� Ighl tl,
������  ��� ction  and
.  Northwest, rail-
. ���
could hap-
Contract.
The   Ho ii
���
....
i   ������,!.,! an I i; ���
Liberal,    and
I,  -- rj the
ting $17,.inr
Si eeads.
Man t   j-
'  ''ant^i^i^B
P ii
i     .
���
:
ll
'������       Vork,  March   2S.���"Th,
Minnesol      ourt   was no
e   '  said .1. J.
thai th,   sn
M ��� : .     -.
-ne:, issue  ' For Aft, ea yean  we had
���   ti   i  im   the sai ie   hing with never
eriou     epiK) iit!, n   from  The  au-
���    t state."
.... ��� in-
on n,       Greal    Northeri
$21    ���     ���
fl  next,      I     '   - mi n
. e some di
���
tin
THOUSANDS ARRIVE.
Cannot  Coce   With Incoming
c f   H u ma n it
Th, offi, ��� rs for 1907 wil] be: Presl-
lent, Th, nas Turnbull; vice-presi-
I, at .1. Haslam; secretary, \V. J,
- an; treasurer, ii. A. Johndro;
i'. et l-t sti war I, H. Harrison; sick
���������v.:m' |,   it.   Patterson:   ins1 |e  guard,
M   : .
;.!C.-M.*f^..-,   foi     '. 'M.MIM-
lually agreeable, both sides havfttg
made concessions In order to effect
ll,is result.
The terms that are being ratified
teach a middle ground and one that
i.-. eminently satisfactory all aroun 1.
So entirely satisfactory were these
i, ihis and sur-li was the mutual desire to hav it ;.'i over with thai work
PUNISH ThfE   PARENTS.
Celestial's   Queer   Methods  of   Enforc-
Paymint of Earthquake  Losses.
San Francisco, March 2S.���The local
six Chinese companies have Issue I,
with the indorsement of the Chinese
ccnsul general, a notice calling a
meeting at which the claims of Americans and Chinese firms which repudiated their indebtedness after the big
fire In April last are to be placed In
the hands of the six companies at the
instance of the Chinese government
and where insurance has been collected by debtors who have refused payment of the claims against them, the
relatives of the debtors arp to be captured iu China, it is said, and thrown
into prison, to be held until the debt-
ot   has met his  financial  obligations.
DYNAMITE MARIA,
.... go and no trouble be- was resumed on all buildings today
tween carpentei and contractors is with the exception qf a few, where
anticipated, as ihe majority of build
The Holiday.
��� ��� ���
��� ���
. ���
led.   ih,
������      in :
Uni
signed the agreement. Car-
��� ���  ; : ��� -<mm  are   i ather scarce,
opens ii]), no shortage
expected      Ther,   are  al
. -. n      ��� iuI   i" ��� cs:, "nt' :s in  the
city, TS bel  - union i i n
Harriman Gets  Liberal.
m   M . ch  -m     I'm   mgh  ati
; |   , ���  ���   . n Herald to E.
m. ' dent of th,   Union
Pacil       nd Marvin Hughitt, presldenl
Chi, .���    N     liv ��� stern  rs.il-
nsignment Om, tons of
oui  purchased in Minn' apo
in,   ���   ���  ��� ine suffi  ���   ��� oi
.   : ;, ���  .���.    San     Francisi o    without
'    MM..
rief delays in recalling labor and resembling  mat,.finis were caused.
Concrete  mixers  have  been    given
the desired raise from $2.50 to $3.00 a
day,  the  Master Builders' association
falling inte, line with the independent
Bey   With   a   Predilection for   Explosives  Attempts   Outrage.
Cripple Creek. Colo.. March 28.���
Roy Bourqtiin. aged 17, is under arrest, charged with attempting to blow
up   the   county  hospital.      The     boy
contractors, who have been paying the   pjaced  mna^ stic,.? of dynamite ta
union   scale   since   January   1.     This
class was specified as all men  work-
the  furnace of the  hospital, and  had
it  exploded   heavy  loss of  life  would
ing on concrete jobs.    All other c<fn-  hav(, ,.,.���������<.,,.    eourquin has a mania
inun labor is to be employed under
open shop regulations, builders getting workers for whatever price they
can.
By Lhe terms of the agreement, general foreman are nol obliged to be
members of any union.
While the building trades were winning their principal  contention  for an
for blowing up things. About a year
ago he lost an eye anil bis right ban.I
ns a result of an explosion
lh,
���
 ���ini;  oitice^^^^^^^^
���    . pi hundreds ol
.
and dfreconsolate,
Strathcona Street Cars.
Edmonton.   Mnrch   28.���In   order   to
have the necessary iniormntion should
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the' need I il arise, Mr. Letotint. I
advance in wages for concrete mixers,   the city engineer's departmenl Is ?".:���-
they at  the same time conceded the  veying a possible street railway i ,ui
pojnl of an old wage scale for plaster-  tc  Strathcona   from   this   city.     Th ,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,er day on  all contracts 1a-   route   l.ein-   worked   out   goes   I H
: .nn.my   t.en  before January   I. ami so listed  Snskatchtfwan avenue and across "the
n to   neel   th,   emergency   ivfth the building trades. On contracts   river by the bridge.   The exact ascent
r Venezue as d, eated   subsequenl   to  thai   time,    plasterers  of   the Strathcona   hill   has   not  yet
���   revol tionlsts who   are to be paid st per day.   It is an  been determined upon.    The commis-
,'ince o    \i":;: .  from   Item  thai   will   save  aboul   $4,000 on
.   ���   ;i       i'.    . ports thai Gen-   contracts under way.
Venezuela   Strike   Pat  Down.
Man     _>     ���:    en    Ca3tro   ers of $6
ed an
sioners wish to have the Informatl in
In case they should eb-clde to ex,mi 1
fhe city car line in the future.
ERilLMAN
1     Uf TO SOAR
MfSE
,    y,.
1 ������
Li
'" "it i
1
fooiirg
'���   LL   TAKE   HAR-
NORTH     HAS
��� "RUCTED.
ol  the
��� Herald North
completing   the
halloon   America,
���   for   Tromsoe,
���' ' depart June
Ip, h is bi en
l',',li.    has    new    mo-
log power of
tier of the ex-
' time will p,,v a
ates,    He wenl
Wiih,���!,���   ||   n|
Winnipeg.
7"* i���
the   Am,.ric,i   wa8
' i'tiougl
i at  Spltzberg-
! ihese being satie
mm i  will  b   rl   for
t<   ��� , '      '  >t July or the be
i!i|,|siii to the effeel
not   i,e.n   tried,
rica   wa
and   will
No  Coin   for
Wlni
tvn and   ��� \    I of the B:
, lomni,  ce, who
ays In the
cur,   n loan ol   'yy- 10, hn\
\\ Ith little s ei'i-ess
��� ���: ii enl n- to the
I niiMions
Ihey failed absolutely lo secure money ^^^^h
��� ;
FIRES TWICE'AT
3N HIGH SEAS-
AWAITING TRIAL.
ACTIVE IN PACIFIC
| :   -.'AN3
RECORD  CATCH
US SEASON.
���'
CAPTURED-
EXPECTED
First    Baseball   Practice.
'i'i;..   ba sebnll   i'i.,;. i r    of  I he   cil
.    '   ha re     eli   flrsl   .    dice for this
on i n CJ teen's Purk i   ���
ning,   when  all   Int, rested  In   tl
...   invil       lo   be  preseni   ...
ch   th, '     of   ;,'.������.   ��� hat   I
. ike Ni vi  VV,     nlnste       mors thl
��� h,   Inte mm i   ol   Vfi
.MM ��� .."ii     :.
iii   - h,     en    I,      lis       ison,  and   I   n .
Midi,��� :n tons,  he  I'   : linl.v has alum-
mutei lal al han I fpr the making
first , la     teai t,    The. majority
j ear's players are still in the
MAYOR MARRIES
MANY WITHOUT EEE
NINETEEN CEREMONIES IN ONE
DAY���CLERGY'S CAUSTIC CONDEMNATION.
Cli up      ������ ���.     i Britl
���
from /
Is  und, rstood  tl ,.  .    ,.
^aaaaaaaMMMMMMMMttttM^^^t^tstttMtttMMMMMEEEW COll IC	
  ^^i^ftiMV. d !,..;���,��� this : Wil bin 1^,^^^^^^
and thei .���,������,������. nn    the  g g   si,;, .,, nf th,  largest
bee ,! i      ii ri I.   This
lerformnnce    f u
. the Ban : of Comm     ���
��� ���   ���
trip  to  M,nitre;,I.   mad
rial   magnates   there   :���
IC, ''SS,
Immense Jam.
Chlppewn   Palls, Wis.,   \i !
An  iee.ian,  threat'������      Omaha   :
way  hid.Im ���  here  and   ippeo
to   result in  a   loss .     Ihousands
logs.    The  lam   is above     '       '
i.m, r    company's    dam. extendi!
two mil,     ip the
cakes of Ice, piled to n h
. et, are     i n Un
; nrts of   the  I ��� I Ige.
spill upon th" ' - ' ���
���
.  Xanaimo
thai  vessel.
00(1 i
ISth. h 9 '-��������� Fran-
vhlle the pump-
d pump of the
", lilcli was being carried
. ;. b\  i        Si   .   ���     ��� boy,
ig wiih
. illng a
���I
dietin     or
I
'
: 'les.     The
rons]    N'o
use.
��� lij
h i .-erhaullng i i the w lys
lam to San '      ' Machinery    depot,
ig acth
It,  ,,���  th,   m.  ;  i      to    in   Island.
sulphur
lind, ami lllle,
In I Humpbacks have
I I an exceptional i
time ��� E th, ���
Farther Information comes to hand
ol a growing actlvil al 8echart, The
;!,ani ^ere is' being enlarged. New
tanks are being fitted and the generkl
arrangements to cope with the large
takes which are expected ibis summer
v. ill necessitate the employment of
many extra han.Is. When the Queen
City leaves on the 1st April she will
carrj a further body of workmen to
the whaling station. Present prospect! show thai It will prove a record
foi   whales on the west const
. .. while three new  men  who hav,.
.- a reputation  for themselves In
. r towns have agreed to don th,
Xew Westminstei uniform this season.
���    ��� ��� ..���.��� effort is being made to eiitc
an  Intel citj  I, ague, Including Belling-
..   Blaine,  New   Westminster, and
hvo Van, inner teams.    On account of
hi   difficulty in securing games with
Victoria and Nanaimo, it is nol likely
that the Island will be represented in
the league, although an effort will be
made to pull off games with both these
cities.
Snips  on   Strike.
Berlin, March 28.���Owing to the ex-
re.Msive ,1,'mnnds of tailors In various
places In (.iermany ihe employers have
leclded to Inaugurate, a lockout Saturday, Sixty thousand men will be jif-
. ��� I The tailors' eiennaniis are from
:        100 per cent, over present wages.
Chicago, .Mm eh 2s���A dispatch to
the Inter-Ocean from Fort. Dodge, la,,
says:
"What with performing without
ftes the marriage ceremonies of th ise
who desire to escape the penalties of
the new Fort Dodge ordinance aimed
al marriageable people who refuse i,,
many ami answering the telegrams
and letters of expostulations which he
Is receiving from bachelors and s|��n-
sters in all parts of the country. Mayor
Heniiet expresses fear that his other
duties are liable to be sadly neglected.
"The 'must marry' ordinance was
passed Weelnesday night, Thursday���
to the utter disgust of tho Fort Dodge
clergy���the mayor performed nineteen
marriage ceremonies and yesterday
fourteen.
"The Fori Dodge Ministerial association threatens to pass caustic resolutions, aleglng that the sacred character of the marriage relation is be-
Inp; vitiated by such spectacles."
i
��� FRIDAY.   MARCH
'-3.  11
EAST
HOES
������mbn
{
Gentlemen:   Ask to see the newest shoe on the market.   It s
The Walk-Over Shoe"
MADE   IN   THE   UNITED   STATES.
LADIES:
Ask for...
"Johnston Bros.
V
AMERICAN
SHOES
These Two Lines are Top-Notchers in the art of Shoemaking.
We control the agency for these goods.
Johnston's Big Shoe Store
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
CHURCH
SERVICES
[Ministers and others Interested in
i luirch   services   will   please   forward
I   their copy to this office nol later than
i
i  s p.m. on Friday to insure Insertion,]
making."   Lasl   ul s erles spec! il
' sermons on "Youn v  .Men."
West Presbyterian�����lev, r. Ward
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.iD-, minister.
s r\ Ices I la:m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sun-
lay school and Bible cl iss, 2:30 p.m.
Rev. Mi. Rochester will occupy ihe
inilpi; In the evening,
Knox   church,   Sapperton���ReW    l>
McKenzie,  B.A.,  pastor.    Services,   ill
r. in.  and  7  p.m.;   Sundaj   school  aud
I Bible   class,   2:30   p.m.:    meeting   oi
Efetijfi
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsoms rooms, leaving your walls frse from the delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabaslme, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
������  Y   P.  B  C   E.   immediately  after the
Holy   Trinitj    cathedral���Rev.    A.  evening service.
Shildrick,  rector.    Holy  Communion,      Gospel   Hall,  cornei   Sixth  avenue
\    a,    tu.;       Matins,    Sermon,      Ujand  Ninth street���Breaking  of  bn el
a.m.;    Sundaj    School    2:30    p.    n1-1 every   Sunday   at  11    a.m.;     Sundaj
Catechism  last  Sun,lay   In  the month i school and  Bible class, 3 p.m.;  goi   -
n     the     church.      Evensong
ami!
address, 7 pm.: prayer meeting, Wed
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
sermon   bj   the  rector,  7   p.m.;   daily   nes,iay, 8 p.m.
srvice at t,:::,., a.m. and 5 p.m. except      s.   )V!i ^ u.ilhP(]J;il ,Roniau Cath���
on Friday, when  Evensong is said al
lie)���   BenedDction,
p       Ul.
Sun
to raise good stock ls goi 1 FEED,    We keep the    esl  and the
besl only    Make your ch , ;, as lay by giving them good feed,   M
Strengthen your life stocl    b>   building up   bone  and  muscle,
and use CARNAC.
LADIES have ��� m i rled i he   I f lour ma le bj  I he !��� ��� ��� 'in
Milling Company,   If not Tele     ��� :.������ 333 and trj it: thc results
obtalne I   ire excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephone 333.
7:30.   llolv Communion every Tliurs- w,������   . ��� .>-
��� day Mass al n a.in.; t atechism al 2:3n
dav and saint's dav at  8 a.m..    Choit
��� p m.     I odav (Good    bridaj I,   al    3
practice on Fridaj  after Evensong.      '  ...       ...     ,.       .,  ,,
o clock,    The Way ol the < ross,    Ev-
St. Barnabas���Rev. C. W. Houghton l ening devotions 7:30 i,.ni.
rector.     Holy   Communion,  S  a   m.;       Gospel  Hall, Tenth street Services
Morning Prayer and Litany, 11 a. m.; ^ ,,  ., ,���   :Uill - ,, ,��� .  Suaday ^.U(>()1 ,,,
Evening    Prayer,    7    p.    m.:     Bible 1 jfrM  L'-tu.
class,    2    ii.     in.;       Sunday    school      .   .. ,,.       , ,,    .     .
1 ,   I     Lutheran Church, Rev.  B.  A   Sand,
:; p.m.; Baptisms alter Sunday school; 0     .       ,.     , ,, . ,
11 pastor.    Services. Good Fridej. -
choir iiract ice. Fridav, s p.m.   Special   ,. .
*aaaaaaaaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMm     mmmmmmW       IKaster   Sunday,   morning    II 111
the church  on  the south   side ot the
,e\er. and  at   3: 15  p.m.,  in the ell   ;
ami 7: l."> p.m., ai  the Lutheran church'
St.     Paul's     Reformed     Episcopal   Vancouver,      Mrs.    Sand    will    sing
church-   Rev.  A.  de  B. Owen,  rector   -|,llu,a at Juda 01)standa er:"
Divine  worship  Sunday,   ll   a.m. and
Ladies' $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett, 6 Size Movement.  Fii
in   11  kt. Gold Filled Cases,  for $15.00i
W. C Chamberlii
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON   HATCHES
services  at   10:30  o'clock this   morning, conducted by Venerable   \rchdea-1
i on Pentreath, D.D.
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATEI
PROOF   LOGGER  BO0\
KEEPING   IT  UP.
* ���	
Japan  Does  Not  Intend  to bis Caught
, Napping.
N'ew   York, M in li -
���������������������
:
���
���
Established 1887
Incorporated 1901
| 7 p.m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p.m. All
ar, welcome. Divine Worship on
(lood ImmI.i.. al 11 a.m. Special Easter music will be ti feature on Sunday.
Open Sunday school, all are welcome.
'lie   Kar-i'M 11   he   lie-lei   on ,,       u^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^m
naisihi, instead oi Monday a, the us-    *��*Y"*;", \? 2ns~5m, f Cteaiw-ou't Sale of Odd Lines at giving awa}
, tinuaii    reeen eina   .���   r material 11 un
;     :,'"l!'- ; the   Kt i ���   .   ;,   Bei I See OUI' \\
Olive    Ba etisi   t hui i h -Rev.   M.  L   ,, ,U.\L
Rugg,   D.D.,     pastor.     Preaching    on      Sev( ,,,,  ,ja,)anese  ,.     .
Sundaj al  ll a.m., and al 7 p.m.; Sun    .,    ,.���., ,n  ..,    (  ,. [)V(     |h(
���""'l mi'i bible classes al  12:15   ,r0,)anGS(   ,..,..;.	
"��� close eef  ti:,.  moraine      rvice    ,,,,, Kll: ,, w<)1.,      ,,:i   ���, : .     ,
Young   Peoples'   social   and      iti   u     (l   N   w||i(1|   malntalns   Ml(?     .,, ,..
nueilng on Monday evening al K ]i   i ....   as ,,, ������ ,,,,.,,,..,,   ���.������,,,  ,������
(Midweek   prayer meeting on  We       ,���,.,���;,  ,mll._s ���  hm| g    . ;|    (,(      p|
'���'    evening al  -  p.  in,  Boj     I ea   ie   ,,,  cuUlvHtlnR  ,,���, clo8es1   ������,,   ,,,.,,. ,
lll(,c's  ^'Idaj ev, ning ;A 7:30. Su!,   commei.cla]   ,,.l;i ,:,���,    w)tn    ,,,.���
J, ci    eef    Sundaj     evening    sermon; ,	
ss  "The Emptj   House."   This sermon is
��� 'ike  lii'th  in sci-iea M special  serin,ms
��� -r .,,���,    ,���,.    ,������i,i,���i  ..|i,���,���v      '-' on,   Eng.,   March    28.���Giving]
.HAT TO HANI).     EVERY PAIR IVARRAXTEJ
W'ATERPKQOF.   SEE THEM.
ut Sale of < N
^^^^^^ dow and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STOHj
3. STEWART
 NEW   W E ST IVI I NS ! I R
Second Han 1 Junk Stoi
j Gilley Bros. Ltd 1
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
'"en,    qualnl    h'xis    entitled  "Honey
I'M inn Queer Hives."
Qu, en's Avenue Mel Im llsl Ilev, \v.
I i. Barraclough, H A., pastor, Servl, es
��� it ll ii.ni. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and BIhle Class al 2:30 p. m.
Morning service to phildren will be
Illustrated by copies of Hie. world's
the resurrection,
Irish Peasant it, Lazy
London, Eng., March 2*
i villein1,, before the- conge I, ! 'li.
iricis commission, \Y. II. Boj'd, rep
resenting lhe Irish land owners' con
ventlon, Bald lhe Irish peasant Is    ,n
O   O   I,   e,
lazy  to   work   and   he
i.ni   of  agriculture,
is- necome lgnor-
11"   would  eml
Highest Prices Paid  for   STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions.        Also buy &
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPP**���
ROPE.
��� Vv'ELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON  WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
��� VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
4        T.iis  celebrated   Cement   Is
J
:
:
MANITOBA  WOOD   FIBRE.
'anions paintings
li\ ening���Memorl
��� | hers of  the churi h   who died during
grate peojile In shlplonds, place them
in  districts of Canada  where then  :t
t    '""""^ i"""""^" ' ""'���    "'"'I might   In', thev  would renuire sevei
J   l^ening-Memorlal service for mem-1 ypapB,   ,ul|lim   |n
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.   ���    ecflesitistical   year.
         licultiiri'    1,,'l'nri'
they  would   be   able   to cultivate  the
land.
Between  Columbia   and
Fraser River Hotel
We also buy and sell even
Appb ^
or H
'Phone So
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRiCK.
PRESSED  FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY
BRICK.
From tin't layburn I 'lav <
West  End Methodisi    Rev. Mr. Ma- , ,	
see, nasior.    Services, ll  am, ancl 7 _ .
A      ,           i      ,   ., ,,n Dates Ahead.
.   ! p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
* I                         ,,   ,    ,                        ,   i     March 30   dun ('lnl, Medina
Sapperton    Methodisi. --  Rev.    L. Apr��� ,    ,.,-,,,., Malch aga^H| V;|���
I'honias, pastor.   Sunday services, n couver
id    MANTEL   i    ,:"  i",', ? "���"'���: """"A, Bc1h00lL2:;i0 April 8   Entertnlnmenl  al   St.   Bar-
id    manihl   ��      ;)| , 1,;i,w,���.lii league, Monday, 8 p.m. naba8
4 St. Andrew's   Presbyterian���Rev. ,1.1    April 2   Tiiborciilosls Building Cam-'
J g,     enderson,   pastor     Sunday  ser-1 nilttee Meeting,
SEWER  PIPE.   DRAIN    TILE.   �� . ,,, ,   ,,,,.    and 7 p.m.; Sunday school |    April 2���Roman Catholic Bazaar,
S^ND, CRUSHED ROCK.
SOMETHING   GOOD
lea
Coff
Red Gate
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province. H	
��� ROSEBANK LIME.                               SAND, CRUSHED ROCK,             ���    m,I Bible* Classes 2:30 p.m.    Sunday April::    Roman Catholic Bazani
��� X j                Rev, Mr. Rochester, AVosiern April  I���Sons of ScotlantM     ;\
t Telephones: Office 16.   Manager's Residence 22 X        ! ���              '         !      v    ' couver.
��� ^                                                                                                              * ���               ,, ���,     ���,.'    ��� :��� ���         ; i ���; -i; : April  I                 Cai     i i   ������
^4^a*< ot��**<-<>**�����.<���* >>'1 ���' ������,; <���<����><;e><;"*''�� t ��'Ot'i>,��*��'��e'��"��'S-*c��o: *
50c  per pound
ADAMS    &
T\l\z   CITY   GROCERY ���oav.
1ARCH 29, 1907.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
New Styles for Spring In
-Gentlemen's Clothes-the best we have ever ,een
Inspection will reveal why we are proud of them. '
H. L. DeBECK, Proprietor
New Westminster
\0aa+
k>*��*Mjffiffl
  ^���'""^''���^���^-^iK^raiims^
MINERS AND MEN
CANNOT AGREE
CALGARY CONVENTION DRAGS
ALONG BUT NO SETTLEMENT
IN   SIGHT���STRIKE   FEARED.
BULLETIN mmmimi
[fireat Northern Railwa
V. W. & Y. RY.
NB\V     WKSTMl.VSTKH ���     Dn
. up,  L'ellinghaiii, Bui lin;     u    \\
; nun.   K> erptt,  :���'��� ii    .     |'o   land
��� , ane Sl Paul,an I all  ��� ���
\:i;ec"' tei .   V, oolli       Uo, . |ioi ; uo
Vane iiiv,
t    "
The  Owl,"   bel w e, u   Seatl le,   N, , U _������
,. . si min ter ,v Int, i media ,
��   Westminstei   foi   Guichon
in., Monday, \\ ���    ���     ... I'.
i   arrive from < luichon ; 9:10 a.i \'ai
,;,,,   !i:  OF  THE   FAMOUS  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily   Overland  Trains 2
A  FEAT OF  MEMORY.
Alex.Speck,s,..:,;::A;::z;	
* Trial,  ,,        iHtory.
As
Second Hand Store
Calgary, March 28.���More clouds
s, em to be piling up on the horizon
I'n miners and operators. There maj
be a final outbreak and ;i strike will
i.'ohahiy follow, Tin' delegates and
operators met In te joint conference
litis morning, and a lively .session followed. The hour.i of conciliation was
agieed upon bj both parties, bul the
o| erators wished it to be designate I
:������ a join) conn,liitee of operators and
miners to se, i le the disputes of the
future,     ', gr, emenl   Is   nol   per-
nent,   bul   ��ill   be   used  for   some
ini,   and will probably finally become
. :, established thing.
'! In   con .   ' ..: again y, sterday |
!:"   qualitj   of   ..   , moon,  i n '   lis, it sed   the general '
s ""���",:!l vi"'��� i     re ;   . ,emei
,@2SBHUO��K(KfiB9l
in   uicidcnl   thai   oecurn     while
we were pro lucin:  ' .': c Children of
- seate I
;.    'ibetto."   Mr   Zau   ., Ill was
emen .     'J In   n oi ning  ci i1-:.-   w is
��� il'ely   passe I,  and   n   comniii tei
four   sm,. '���. ii   and   Whitesid, . op, iu
St   Paul, Minneapolis, Winn:
a, D
Cl
points     Imi,st.
te  Infoi mai lon,  i al
./
i  reservation, e I c.   c
Second Hand Goods ci
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
tmerce  Building,
King Street,  li
''.   MEYERS   Age mm
New  Westminster, It, C
M.   VDAMS.   \ 1   iffl,   Mai
'���   Siatl  n    Seattle,  Wa
Sign   Man on  Wheel
Columbia St.
Phone 275
en in\ ,,;ii,.. and ,-,,   were inlng over ,orsl Shern   n,   i I  Patterson, mineri
",: ;."   let lis of the pla;,    li was sal  till   1.15 this  morning  trying to
tbe day  tbal   Laborl,  intimate.,   nn pet a   eossibl,  solution of the difficultv.
nected with the Dreyfus case In p��� - -,,,   operators PefUse to talk,   The mi-
was assassinated.  Knowinu th:it Z-iu  ,
will   bad   intimate,  knowledge of  .!,���   r'ers s',y ssible solution is In sight,
case, a   Xew  i'ork newspaper senl  a 1"" remote'    The operators still slid,
representative up to see han.   The re '" ''"' eight-hour day and the check-
porter entered and after conveying the ' eff system,    President  Sherman says
aewssaid: thai  unless the operators back down
.    "Mr. Kangwill, we waul fr  you .���, ,,,, these points ,,���.,,. wl)] be no .,���,.,.,..
��� History ,,1 all lhe ran,,,,is trials vou can ���.,            .     .                   ���    . ',,
,,,, ,          , r                   .,     ��� i,i,���nt.       he strain is apparently tell-
call tn mind for our paper.
"Indeed?"   said   Mr.   Zangwlll.    "I >ng on all the officials at the conven-
think I can prepare that for y:m. Com,- li(l". The delegates seem to mistrust
\ to see me in three ur four days, and I all the operators, and Lindsey eapeci-
will have, it ready." ally.     Nearly  all   the   delegates   on
"We   wain   it   now."   objected   tbe both sides sat up In the lobby of the
,,. wspaper man.  "We warn to print it hote, wait,     ,)R, ,.���su|t of las| ���j ,l(V
iu our i ap ir t'nii irrow morning."
LOTS
OF GOOD THINGS
TO EAT
for Sale
Prime Meats
Beef
Mutton
^Pork
Veal
��������������
"Hut ymi surely don't eypect me to
..���.., ' .iiieite you dates and f;i<-ts out of my
New Westminster.      .   ,   '    ,, j fl .    ,'
ii.iui] "ti the spUr of the' moment, de,
committee.     All are apparently anx-
*������������
j School   Promotions.
At the Easter  promotion  examina-l
lh,
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL   AM)   RESERVE $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS   ....  45,400,000
I . ������'���       .inches, with Correspondents   throughoul
..   rid. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
DOLLAR opens an account.   Inter,   I added four
ir,   Start to-day.
you?" asked Mr, Zangwill in astonish
���- _^_ j incut.  "Such a thing is out of reason.''
.._���, "I'm sorry, but it's 111����� only way w<-
NEW WESTMINSTER can make use of '*���"replied tbenews- |,l!l'"''       ;::,:nl <:,"!'
, paper man firmly. Mr. Zangwill thought
PITY"    A QCCQCMCWT     ,:l momen* aUl1 'ben asked If he' could
vi 1 I    /Vj^LiJwlYIIlIi 1        have my stenographer for a short time,
 i He was called  in. and Zangwill dictated to him then and there a two col-
COURT  OF  REVISION umn resume of all the famous trials o."
  i history,   f'rum   Savonarola   down,   auu
juoted every important date aud his
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
CFEN SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVK.y that the
As ���     ... ni   !:��� .    fo    the   ,'eai   1907
has   eei   returned      m,   and remains
"   ���    �� : may 1 e inspec
ted       .      pei s, a !:..������ ing an interesi
tliereli      ��������� I 11 ���     ittl     ,    the Couri
c!  R, visl  ���.
Tl ���    ���        sl      g cl   the   Court   ol
oi ���        ���  Assessm, i
���     eld al City Ha       n the
i .     ...u
MONDAY, April 8, next,
(iirls' school, the followln
were successful in obtaining promotion from Miss Leamy's division to the
intermediate grade. The names are
given in order of merit: Thelma Hazel
Inslty. Edith Cecil Cook, C. Wlnnlfred
McNeill, Olivia Pearl Adamson, Gladys
or" the Smoked Meats
pupils
Hams
torical feature connected with each.��� Winifred Oakley, Laura Agnes Mc-
From "Israel Zangwill," by George C. | phaden, Barbara ,1. Wllkle, Charlotte
Tyler, In Bohemian. Doreen Rogers, Dorothy Muriel Suit.
, nose Wicked Clubs.
1 octor etee wife whose husband is ill.
Is not your husband a liypochon-
elria,'.' Wife Ob, doctor, he doesn't
belong to any society at all! Meggen-
ele.rle r Blatter.
It is better to lose all in the search
for good than to be content with the
whim.   Van Dyke.
: in  th,   forenoon     Any      Mind Is the partial side of man. The
mm :���..'    against  teart ls everything.���Rlvarol.
Baccn
Rolls
Backs
Pork Sausages
Sausages
Market   Visitors.
Donald   McLean,   Coquitlam;   Stanley Tole, Langjey;  A. Nicholson. Mt.
Lehman;  Reeve Bose, Surrey: J. Har-
tv. porl Kells  A. .1. Peschkey, Hall's  TTT    . ,
Prairie;   D. H,  Nelson. Langley;  .1 R.   WeilieFWUrSt
Sooks,  Langley;   Mrs.   R.   Colllnshaw,
Kensington Prairie; N. Laurence, Sur-   White  PudClirK
rej :   1!.   I-'.  Castlemon, Surrey;    J. F.
Goodrell,   Surr, j :    J.   Cllne,   Surrey; !
-".   Grey, Scot-'.- Road.
anaciian Bank of  Commerce
lid-upXapiud, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
\ i. !���:.''
Mai
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES   AND  ENGLAND.
iness transacted     Accounts   tie;,;   I :���������''  and  Con-
.. ������ ail >'- iti all   ranches of tl
SAVINGS BANK    DEPARTMENT.
������:��� received,    tnl  rest allowed ' nl  rates  and
addo<:      ur t|mcs  4, %o.;r.   The depo  tori     i
hdrawal of the   - m    ���   i ai      ���   tion if the deposit.
MINSTER  BRANCH   -H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
\Ti'i:n.\Y ejvfs'i . ;s, r to n o'clock.
enl
in wi '
' 1
���/���      ,. m        ���    Citj
Clerl    al
.
..���               ���    re thi   first sit-
'
'         MM
VY    '.. Dl'NC VN, Ci
��������� ci,
'   M
I          G, 1907,
Land Registry
Act.
B 1
of l.< '  6,
���
'������'   : ;
- - of
ei    51
nam,              e P. I
'   tn filed in tl     ofl   ���
.��������������
n
��� ���
im eintlnii    -
Easter
pedals
at the Big Clothing
House ss
TURKEY
18c per lb.
���������������
pring Duitmgs
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
��.-.
��� '
days per we, I ,  Mor I        Wed
��� : :'���  lays.
J*1 Arrived one of the  largest  and  most
totuplete stocks in Britisli Columbia
l?smade to order from $17.00 up
pants to order. $5.00 up
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $17.00 UP < ir
Nf8< guaranteed or  money   refunded.     Suit-  kept  in  repair  City Electric Worftt
ReJuctI,    -       '    ':   ,i!''   01(1
Country,    Now is Hi,' time to
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
t rtn*
J lies
3?
M Vests
Geese, 15c lb.
Ducks, 18c lb.
Chickens
A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY
F0I< FASTER AT
[Shirts      W|1 .
clothing jlWefibacn
[Hats        I      co. LTD.
Ir^' ol charge for or.e year.     Open evening's.
= THE
Opposite Tram Office
For electric "   D'; ���ot"*'
=      tans,'phone fixtures, '��� ^af
, LR��N'
,r'MoK,���
e le's   wir, '    of ��"   k'"dS
'  e      ,Iollse  mmm.m   Motor in-
. ���    i:;,    All Hinds ol re-
rs promptly alt' tided to.
STR RT7T ^.^ v~ i- DIGBY, Proprietor
2r2     m. langtry
,p-TO-DATE  TAILOR
PHILLIPS
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Columbia Street
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Phone 101.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������< T [IE   DA I LV    S EWS.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, al theii
offices corner of sixth and Prom
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
It never gets damp or lumpy.
Each crystal dry'. Ml ot salt-life.
That's why particular people use
WINDSOR SALT.
EXCAVATORS FIND
ANCIENT TOMBS
l��mi�����"i,T! SOMETHING  GOOD
FRUIT   and
iOOD  opening  for  young  man
studj  law  m'   Martin & McQuai
law  office.
E.   A. Paige Manager
140
-OR SALE   a small Island i mtaining   r^  A  "D  T) P XT
������.,,.  15 acres, close to New West   Un-lVl^ui^
\. Act, or any other Act, can be "final
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   101 and unalterable." .
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .���      Thus it is apparent thai th��   loiou
the   Inch.     Five   rents   per  line   for  ,stj w(l)cll pose3 as a respectable jour-
subsequenl  Insertions. ^      j   has   been   guilty   of  deliberate!)
COMPLETE SKELETON  DISCOVER-      tniiwter city, Can be used for ;i
 ' .,         ��� ...,  ,.
ED   SUP.SOUNDZD     BY     VA32S
AND OTHER  OBJECTS.
mill
For    particulars    applj    '���
Uunderson ,<:  Aun, 's grocery.
LAND'
Reading notices, bold face' type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or lotind. rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 23 cents.
���,., IMS     'eoc 1     -;eeiee ,      im     ','  ...
ijng the whole record.    We shall      Naples, March 28     .'he'^"^
have more to gay, one of these days,  ;l- Mel
as to why it eliK's this.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
RAGPICKER'S WIEE
EXISTS
100 acr,    mi McLennan road, Surrey,  close   lo    . ,
I acres in chicken runs; 8 large chicken houses;   i., j
southern Italy,  have  resulted  iu  the |
discovery of man) Greek tombs some ^
nin,us   tiles,   otlu'is
$23   per acre,   one'   third   rush,  balance easy  terms.
FOR SALE���Finest  strain  White Pe |        io-acre Lots, close i i city in Surrey, Coquitlam, u
from $200 up.
13 acres with water frontage opposite   Royal   CItv   mill   e
'       ""   ''"' $225
acre.     I onus.
Uin duck <-A'A*. $1.00 per dozen,
George .Morrow. Dlstllleryvllle
New West minster. l2d-70
WANTED
ady   Housekeeper,   llghl
If
covered  with  enoimuuo	
with  cylinders,  and  still others  with | WANTED���Waitress, at  once.   Applj
gtones.   hum tomb was evidently 'bin      Depot  Hotel, at   the dining toon,.
of ., distinguished personage anil was
',.,'. ,���  heavy blocks of stonecov-  FOUND- A sum ol money which own-
���e   with Greek lettering, and had In-     er   can   have   by proving; property
Ide a skeleton intact, with vases and     and  paying tor ad.    I,  Buse,  I2th
street and  I'Mh avenue
<us:o
:-<�����
MONTHS   AND   FED   AT   INTER-
FRIDAY,    MARCH    29.    1907.
 i       VALS  BY BRUTAL HUSBAND.
WANTED���Female Help wanted at
once. Apply New Me'ihoel Laundry,
Burr block, Columbia street.       'I'i j
EASTER.
-1 BURIED   ALIVE     FOR      EIGHTEEN   ether objects.
-'     The tombs belong to fourth century
before Christ,    interest in the discovery ha, heen heightened because the
,- eai   Gre, l<   philosopher   Pythagoras
| was  1,uriel  at   Metaponum aboul  Hue   FOR SALE   6-room  house with hath.
elect rlc light, etc . on Tenl h sl reel
close   in.   $2,000.      Al.-,    three   lots
near city  limits  for $50 e ich.  P. < >
box 594, New Westminster dtf
160  acres  al   Halls  Prairie,  close  lo   postofflce   and       ution
cleared; 7-room house', with bath; barn 90x100, :: fowl hous, ,:
Slaughter house.    Price $14,000,  |5,000 cash, balance   easy
160 aces in Chiiliwack district, all cleared an.l tv ,   ,,,
11 "I lln
Price $12,000. half cash, balance  1  and  2 years.
77 acres, p;. miles from Westminster Junction, froi
cleared.   Price $70 per acre, one third cash, balance eas. '
so acres, ���_'  miles  from  Westminster Junction, all
per   acre,   one   third   cash,   balance easv terms. '!
Call  and see our list of houses and lots in the city.
Paris, March 2S. An old woman has . BCanc, ag his tomn still exist..,1 at
'.een found practical!) buried alive In   lhc yme ot cicero,who died in 13 B.C.,
Easter conies  this  year  very  close L .,,,,���, e, ,,��� the   mtskirts of Versailles.   .. fg hoped that ,, may ;���. found
in ihe earliest elate- upon which ii can s]l,. js ii,,. w|fe eef a ragpicker who
ta;!. March 22nri being the earliest u,(c( jn ;, nU| ,,��� ihe bonier ol the
I, ii   ;  ;,. date ni",ti which Easter Sun- , Ullnl|.    Nobod)   has seen  his wife for
daj cm iii-cur and Api il -"' the latest.
A;, eai ly as the second centurj, dis-
putes arose as  to  the day on  which
Resume   Publication. _ . , .-77, ,
,. ,     ,.,,,.   FOR SALE    Fruil  Ranch, 11 acn
Hiiite   Ment . March 28.-   Unite ( Itj
the last two years, but a few elays ago .. ^ longpr withoul newspapers. They
:l couple of forest guards, while walk- ,.esume(] publication lasl  evening,
ing through the woods, were startled  _	
Easter should  be celebrated, and the U,,   hearing  a   moaning sound, appar-      Either Mr. Myers or Mr. Goulel gets
Council of Nice , A.D. 325 I, in order to
lish uniforniitj. apiiolnted th'' celebra
tion to l.e held in the Sunday whicl
follows the lull in,,;,n coming upon ot
nexl after ihe day of the Vernal equ
eiitly  from soi Iry  brushwood  al-   ,,|(, china set
..a end to discussions and estab-   mosl under their feet.
Pushing aside the brushwood, they
tion  to he held  in  the Sunday which   saw looking oul of a hole in the ground
the   lace  ol'    an     old    woman.       They ,
found that  she was buried in ihe hole.
in,ex,   which   is   March   21,     li   is  the   ,iu   entrance  to  which  was less than
Sun.lay  which follows  ihe full moon, nWo feel   square.   With some difflcul-
an.l as  ������lull  moon" in  this connection ' ;������ they dug her out.
me.mm- noi ihe true, astronomical full
moon, Mm a elate in ecclesiastical calendar which is generallv one or two
She was in a terribly emaciated
condition, ami had been lying on a
mass ol  filth in her prison, which was
.i..; s. and may l.e even three days, four feet wide, six feet long, and two
later than the nin. phase, of our saiel-   feet deep.
lite, i; follows that the rule may throw j The woman, who is sixty years old,
the celebration more than a week af- had lived buried In this hole for the
ter the day which ihe .lews regard last eighteen months. Her husband
a- the proper elate. It is saiel that brought her food occasionally, and
the rule was adopted tei )irevenl any when he lefi lor bis day's work cov-
possibility of the Christian ami Jew-  ered over the entrance to the hole.
isi:   ol servances   occurring    on     the 	
same day;   which is  probable enough, a SONG OF  EASTER.
when  one remembers  the  bitterness L ,m ,lu, ,���..���., ,n R song ,������ Lilt,
which has marked  many controversies
about  i oints of doctrine and  practice
I;: the church.
The   date   al   which   Easter   began ���
Make
Easter
Bright
This Easter morn In the tine sprint
weather,
For  gone   is   the   winter's   storm   anl j
strife
SECURE A GRAMOPHONE OR
EDISON PHONOGRAPH. IF YOU
HAVE ONE GET A NEW SELECTION OF RECORDS. OVER 1,000
I o SELECT FROM.
acres cleared; house, stable 50 fruil
tree,-; on main road. Ch,'ap, $2,650.
White e.V Shiles, 260 Columbia
. i reel. New   W, stminster. dl f
UMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly In timber, Have la 'g, an 1 small
tracts en water. If yon wish to
buj or sell, see me. E. R. Chan Her,
I i7   Hastings  St..  Vancouver,  B.C
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Ag*
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
THE .... SETTLERS7 A<J
SOCIATION .... OF B.
LAND DEPARTMENT
SOME SPECIAL SINAPsI
Burnaby
Fronting 500 feel on Hastings Road,   fronting
JOB   PRINTING-We   weal,     for    the    Road'  "U'V""  aCreS  in   a"'   ��nl>'  *'7'  ,'"''  :";"      ' '
.-���  people    of New    Westminster.   '"   lhis  low  flfure'
Your  order   will     he    appreciated. "' acref ln 1(" '      :
ARROW  PRESS.  Room     1.    Dail)
News  Block,  MPS.   DOMINY, Pi i
FOR   SALE.
Eight room house, Carnarvon St.
< lose to Post Office, $1,500. hall cash
$800, close to Sixth streel cai ; l-
room house.
$1,100, near High School;  7 i is
160 acres, splendid soil, In  lot   11,  Qurnn        .$170
Surrey
We have for sale in this beautiful farinin i in n
Hyjorth road.   This is listed ror a few days onl>   al $20
of a  lifetime.
A s;,leiieliel selection of farms always   listed   �� I
charming  Frasei   River  Valley.    Call on  us,  we   ������
full  details
l, .     thro ighoul  : he cil j  of New  Westminst,
es In all parts for sale
.
a cheap , onvenient home
$1,300, elbse to Crescent:  7 rooms    H. T. Thrift, Mgr. J.B.Wilson W. H. Ciarij
bath, etc. 718 Columbia  St.  (Fales Block,, Tel.  331.      Branch   Office. Hazlemen
WHITE   &   SHILES.
160 Columbia   St.,   Nev/ Westminster.
DRY  DOCK   FOR   SALE.
Bank of  Montrcafl-
Look back o'er the years to a joyful
morning.
Far down the ages of olden time,
When Christ, the terrors of death all
t�� be celebrated by the church cannol ,     An,  lhi, lhvushes  plpe in ,,���, w00cl
i". exactly determined, but it is nrob-  , ,���.
.... l(,.-4CliH'I .
able thai II may be quite correct historically to regard it as a continuation, practicallj uninterrupted, of the;
feast of ' he Passover, the Jewish
Christians continuing to observe the | w
latter and the church gradually los-
;:������ sight of its origin and regarding
m .. .-. commemoration of the Crucifix! ,n and resurrection q�� Christ. Thus
w, ild aits., tbe controversy as to the j nose< ,|S ,,u, BUn ln hIs might and |
lime of observance. Those wine preserve the Jewish traditions would na-
U'rallj regard the fourteenth da\ of
, i | moon as the proper date, re
Hess of the day of the week, while
.' Gentile Christians would remem- , ,;,,,. ,,,- ���]���, Christ in llis triumph
that  their  Lord  was crucifii 1  em1 .in,| giorv,
J. H. TODD
ESTABLISHED  1817,
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Tenders  will  be received till  April
8, l'.���)7, by the undersigned foi the es
I ate of the  late  W.   E.   Emerson,  for
the purchase or lease of the Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   I
r>        nl    I    r  1      I'O FLOATING  DRY  DOCK NCv   York,  Chi,    '. .eu I   Spol ine, U.S.A., and  Mex
L)i:rr 131ock. Lolumbia  Dtreet. ,-.,,.       . .   ,  i..���    . .  d,,,,.,,.    ���|.1..1,.c,,,i���,
ituated at the fool ol Fourth avenue, eral Banking  Business   i tans.,, tea.
, N'e v.-  Westminster.     The plant  has a   Letters of Credit Issued, available wl tl   correspondoni
I   '     3,000.00
$11,000,0    10
scorn in mm
Arose  from  the  tomb   to  n   li
vine.
- i . .<v.    \\.--  .inn-..;.       , ue   ,11,111     lias   a U'^^ers  OT   oreau   ].--:���.
'': 500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted ;V :w. Zl\ZTu ',���.;:";; .   v':'; ���   ,
run   in.     matlOll   trom   I.   M.   I.i.H   at Savin-js  Bank   Depart.m-n
At the                                i    loci .    Highest or an)  t, n I,    no ...   ,,-,.,. ,���   .
Fraser River Tannery i  ������ epted four times a year.
brightness
("aases  the nici 111   from  face of day,
So, in lli^ glorious Godhead likeness,
Casi  lie lhe power of death away.
Highest Cash Price Paid
cry '��� '
MISS   SADIE   EMERSON.
N'ew  Westminster, B   C
P. O. Box 1ST.
t.     I deposits re, ei ��� ������! In ���
I al   3 ;,er i i , ��� mnii
four times a year.
To'.,i;   Assets  0\ m-  .��� I   i 000,000
WEST^IIXSTER   BH \ N'"If
','.!>    ���:. ���  '
��������������� ���������������� ���BBMBI@aBW5BHIP 7.W:JB2X3S''<
- :\ Ii  day  of  ill"  week, an 1
of tin   eveek I Sun laj i  ���
���.  of His ��� es ii rection.
Th,   v'icto      'I . a, - i   qiiib   i  :
i,   in leclarai ion  thai   I he       .    no
n .    aadian  public life foi    . en   ,,    |n���    ,,���  ,],,,  |/j;
lie   noi tl   sense  o
.   nity.     That   I    I he  righl   I iiu
also right in Baying i h i
Victor I e   stands   lhal   for   mortals
was   slain.
O rais,   ' he glad anthem an I tell o'er
the  story
Of Chri I  the Re I, emer, who liveth
again,
lhal   ���'��� a - sa, 11-
Heed for us,
Thai   we, through  li     rt, ith   might
live and  be free,
" "    shoul '   ''   compelled     .   whfl  llveth   .,,, ;   reignt.lh  anM  _.,���.,],
evidence ���     erl   of   his
ution ���������   withdraw ,thos     ;
entii elv.     I'nle     lie. d ,,
ol     ���      .... he
;   ������ ���������.... . :        ll inion
fore us,
\\ hon w,.   ^
THE   LIMITATIONS.
0    Ini,   >'   Ihe lov,   and  I veeii
��� mi, ..i ision
Ol   I Iim  wh .  I ei iiffe :. d  deatl
un I   l
i    lonl ilkii i Ion I tains on His owi
oui lnilteil|      iginal mum" oil,        i    on
,. ��� i ���    anie , il had this: Sim to God   mil  lhe Lamb
"It  i- dlstlnclI;  a matter for reg ��� hat wns i lain!
hi    Libera      In  I Islatur,
id  not  place       en     lv,     on   record   ''    Inn to God foi   hi    i'. i Ic
. .   ��� Ing againi I Sir Wilfrid l.nur- moi nin :,
h       proposal thai $100,000  ��� j-ear for      Must ble   ��� i o   all  blessed dajs ol
len years shall be a "final and unalter- the year.
able settlomenl  of the claims of Brit-   '���',;.   His  grace we  will  live, 'till  with
isi, Columbia." all glory shining,
Th ���  writer who is able to compress      The  face ,,f our Jesus again  shall
h   i wealth of false statement into appear,
n few lines, should not talk aboul bis
"limited  Imagination."    Read   the ex-   When all men   hall see Him and own
tracl  above carefully,     Everj'one who Him lhe  King,
has kepi  al  all in touch with current       And trembllnii   bow the knee nl llis
. .   a'    knows   thai   the   Liberals   did ' name,
place themselves on  record, squarely  And   the   heavens  with   praises   shall
ami   fairly, as  protesting againsi   the echo and  ring
named   being   considered    ade-      When He cometh in glorj to reign.
evei yone also  knows I hal   the
proposal  i.- me,  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier's   " siu." of the Christ   In   His  triumph
a: all-  Ii is the proposal .it' Mr. Whit- and glory,
ii'..,   the Tory premier of Ontario; and       Victor   He  stands  that   for  m rtal
n,       people also know  thai the "final was slain.
unalterable"  ���pari  of  the  matter  O raise loud the anthem and tell   ,'er
dictated   by   the  Quebec  confer- the story
...  and  would   nol   otherwise  have      Of Christ the Redeemer, who liveth
1 .   a  ��� Bed by Sir Wilfrid, who is well again,
a., u    tl il ne. provislou of the B. N.  ' HARRY DOMINY,
Ofptfl  ^ J ut WJtmF A    $w < _>*
ji7'        \>       -'!  -.�� ������--������ its- ' ��� 7^\    T       ���* ^   ..y-y.--*^-
yWR$    1    Sfl   '    :*/-������   "���<^X ���"''���
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Your Clothes will have to beal i I
right when you escort the mother,
wife or sweetheart in her East
regaiia.
Our new sprir ' stock  ���   ��� [��':'\
ress Brand an I Fashion-Ci'J -
Suits and 0v< 'coats hav< justj
arrived.
If you want first choice of the iw
comfortable assortment of choicei
patterns that has ever been shown
in this city, call early.
e Clo
Cor. Sixth ��: Columbia Sta., -  New Westminster,
B.C
23S3QS�� mmsims cssasfflsa s ��BBm q ,
^-. I SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
, i
l.l.MITKD
��� sterdaj
I was in lown yesterday.
���������   ,-esterdaj   for      For cM   Bowers    and     plants    for
he  win  re-  Easter,  ring    up    Tidy,   the    florist,
em,, linn-. , 'phone A.  184.
���i    ��� I'   l . S'.   ���  1  and  family have      Charles Blair, one of the li. C, E. R,
owna with the inten-  employees, is under treatment  at the
n ol   .'   in il   .mi. Koyal Columbian hospital.
������ French   lolls al the Easter Baz-
: ensation.
tin  ac,���oaui   of today   being a statu-
tary holiday, there will be no Issue of
the   Dailj   Xews tomorrow  morning.
mm   Hunter    nl      he    steamer
. ���  encountered      Xavier Garneau   and   Allan   Abney,
her  il  Steveston dur-   'he  parties  accused   of purloining C
P   It.   Tickets,  will  stand   their trial
un April v
tiember for De'lia.    ,    '.','.',6 Hastings St. W . Vancouver.
I
j    Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy anl Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rive   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. I. SPROTT. B. A., Principal
F. CRAKE
el   B ifl mm.   returned
ifter spend
Th,-
The Beauty of the
1907 Spring Garments
j    fHE    BEAUTY     OF   ALL   FORMER   Y'EARS���EVEN     AT  THE "CASH  STORE."    THE  MA
.-'A    5 WERE   CAREFULLY   CHOSEN    BEFORE    THE    GARMENTS   WERE   MADE.     WE   DON'T   BUY
tiDY-MADE   SUITS.   COATS AND SKIRTS IN JOB  LOTS. BUT CHOOSE     THE    CLOTHS     BY     THE
'.'.   ^ND   HAVE   THEM   MADE   UP   IN   THE   STYLES   THAT   PLEASE   US   MOST:   THUS   THE   GAR-
���A   WE   SELL   ARE   CORRECT   IN   EVERY   DETAIL.    THE   LITTLE   THINGS    IN   THE   CUTTING
'-   MAKING   THAT   THE   TAILOR    PRIDES    HIMSELF��� HE   DOES     "BEST"���ARE      REPRODUCED
-',   CAREFULLY   IN    OUR    'MAN-TAILORED"   SUITS    AND    COATS.    THE    SUPERIORITY    IN    FIT
\aRGELY   DUE   TO   THAT.     THE    PATTERNS   OF   THE    IMPORTED    AND      DOMESTIC    FABRICS
,35SURE YOU   OF   INDIVIDUALITY    AND   STYLE.   EQUALLED   ONLY    BY     THE     MOST     EXPENSIVE
tailORS   AND     DRESSMAKERS.     WE   EXPECT   A   SPLENDID  EASTER    TRADE���WHY    SHOULDN'T
':'      EVERYTHING   ABOUT   "HE   STORE   MAKES   YOU   THINK   OF  ABUNDANCE. TRULY   IT   IS
I MAGN F   -~-^~ DISPLAY.
SUITS, $17.50, $19.50, $21.00 to S40.0Q
COATS, $7.50, $8.50, $10.50 to $20.00
SKIRTS, $4.59, $5.50, $6.50 to S25.0B
English Watchmaker
'1 he nexl meeting ol the city council   _       . .        ���       . , ���
.   Iwo   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   droce
Mii,..  friends in the   has   heen   fixed   foi   Tuesday evening,
; i nt ihe probabilities are thai  the city ��� ��� _���
,,   !   Ladles Gold Watches  from $12.7= ,,|>.
e:erl\  nl,,ne will attend, ami  formally ,., ,.     ,
��� i the     ,, .,    ,     , ,, ��� Gentlemens   Silver   Watches,   open
uljourn   until   the  following   Monday.  f        j600
,,   McBroom, for  twentj   years  an    Gentlemen's silver  Watches,    lon   a
"     "I  '��� f the board of works, is al   Tglffor 1ft lebrated South B    I
preseni   in  the Royal Columbian hos Watches, supplied   to    the    We       n
ell il,   suffering  from   a severe ati icli Arctic Expedition.     Vli  warranted,
ol  pneumonia. chnlns. Rings, Jewelry, etc., el
Watch   repairing;      ihar ;es   re - ,n
������'"���    ls  '"      I'mii   tre, lying  al     reasonable    |l'1". |
:i''   Miles      ,'. Mace.  'Phone   119, Colonial
River
:.
Hot,
Cd-72
1 ..n  : In
\n efforl is being made to ai range
a   baseball   match  among   the   junior
l,ions WRre Srant"   players of the city  for Monday after
' lndian '    '   '       ���"    noon,   the   boys  of the   High   School
'    "    twen       nch     "�� s"'"   having  challenged   the  Public  school
in I   lie  it  ei     n    eventy inches   ,. ,,,, .,,  ,,,,,
eli Sechell ise    foi domestic
on ihe Indian reserve. A   very   Interesting ceremony   took
place Wednesday evening, when the
Sens of England presented Past President stinche,mil, with a handsome
easy chair in recognition of his two
years' presidency of the lodge.
nour
lEaster
Gloves
Easter
Ribbons
A.     -
/
.A
Easter
Millinery
smith s Gloves
...   is   ,111X1.Ills
in  Russell Gimby Gordon,
��� ���  of Owe,,  Sound, ,nnl if this
should meet his e ������ he i- requested tee
��� . eond with the city clerk at liis
earliest convenience,
lams, a brother of George
arrived in the citj em yester-
... ening s I rain.  M r. Alums canie
���   ini Cleveland, Ohio, having tar-
he e  i while on his way em, to
...im e from i llasg in   Scotland,
ettle in N'ew Westminster.
'.    lele    ���   m consisting  of    I welve
ihers        the local lodge S, O. E,
.,-   -i Vancouver yesterday to
the funeral of the- late W. Law-
son, P.P, and D.D., who was accident-
;  ��hile al   work on the- Mac-
tew daj s ago.
���
re will   he-   an   Al   concerl   on
if the  bazaar an.l  an auc-
���.: in .- i!e ��� ;i the lasl da;
\:. ether   i signation has been hand
iin   ��� .   Fire  chief Watson.  Captain
Fred E isn an, eef x ,. 2 Bre hall, being
���'...   latest   partj   forsaking  the hose
��� el  for the purpose of engaging
ime   other   busin, ss.     The   man
.    [n ii;;.   for promotion is Dlcken-
who !       h,   a  ��ith  Ihe  brigade
n     |e     dc length of time.
A sang of men were busily at work
yesterdaj' taking up the old planking
on the skldway al the Royal City
mills. This skldway which is used
for the purpose of drawing Ions from
the water to the saws will be thoroughly repaired and a new bull chain installed.
The   pr ised   change  of  the  tele
phone  office  quarters   from the   Burr |
block to the Armstrong block will not
lake   place   for   a   considerable   time,
owing to a large number of necessary
appliances not   having been  received.
Telephones,   wires,   transmitters   ami!
almosl   e'v irythlng else has  been   delayed   on  accomil   of  the    prolonged]
freight blockade.
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
SIMMER'S
SWEET PEA
ii named M  D nal I was
, ,; .     ��� ml iii the vicinity
witho il   hal
, ,   ,       indein every Lin,
. ii In cus i  Pro-
Constable  Cam nd  on
ned b;   Dr.  McE i i,  was
���
It.  S.  Lambert of Sumas, who was
in  the city yesterday  afternoon, says
that   the  border  town    Is enjoying  a f^      I   1      1   J       W ^v      ��~^
wave of prospertty that amounts to a ^^      IH       IH        I     1     ^k
boom.     With   the   surveyors     for   the ^^/       "   J       1   J     JL-^      fa*/
new  B. c.  e, u.  line, extending from
Chiiliwack ,,, Vancouver al  work near MIXED unci  SEPARA 1 L
'lie.re and a two million dollar cemenl ���         .    0    i_   ? _ .._ /"���___
,.    , ,, Toronto Parks Lawn Urass
plant being erected al  Kendall, to say
nothing of the receni excitement over Cfluegrass
Mold in the Mount  Baker district, Su White Clover
i. as Is doing more business than ever Flower Seeds
before.    Real estate values have gone Vegetable Seeds
up, and  the merchants reporl  a brisk p        ���             I    n   I*   Ll
fresh and Reliable
Several  months ago.  a  a av;.   auto- ��� "
lu I Spraying Materials
Hai rison  H, I   S| rin is   hotel,   th,     in-
dersl Hiding  being   thai   delivery   was
to be.  ma''��� by  March   1.    Up to the
iresenl  there has been no sign of the
Grafting Wax, Etc.
CURTIS'
v. igh   lias
,   . . ,,���,,���.. devil  wagon around the' popular siim-
, ���  , ,\ an ii-
...   ,, ,��� mer resort,  but   the  managemeni  ex- , ,   .
"\. ree, to   ,,. the chauffeur coaxing the Drug, Spectacle,  and Seed Store
lSh6S '/ macl    lowars   the   h 1   within   a   -
���   ���
per  pair
"tr K   ��� ������ $m00  to   5
f " Kid Gloves, wh
���   Gloves, bl
$:.50.  $3.00,   !,.'. ' ���
F white   nnd
,.           Oc to 50e    ard
. d   i    ibons,     '     different   pat-
n, 10, .   50c  and  75
-.���   colored   Stripes,   with How
35c and 30c yd
:        ii   mi., an I   '  aisine   i Ik Rib-
in Persia i   letl \fi ��� '5c Yd'
ii ides
.$1.
..        .       ns, Gros Grnln SI     R
��� - in '      "
���   Fabric Belts  . 3 '     ' '
e. $1, $1.25. $1,50, $3.00      v lilths
' Silk Gloves...
Silk Gloves, $1.00, $1.25
''  '   ' '     ���    Kid   Belts.   Silk
1
���     ,,1'V
i
authi     le  the
m .     ,ri   i   '   esid
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Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house furnishing you might ne/. know
ist where to go for the Best Furniture at the Best Bargain
Prices. Take no chances, bul enquire of any prominent citizen of
New Westminster or surrounding country and the unanimous verdicl
, | Merchants, Traders, Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
heme's bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE Cor Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Coverings
for Furniture, or any article required for complete house furnishing.
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This is the label that guarantees
richest fabrics, finest tailoring,
newest styles and un match-
able values.
It is a good thing to look
for ��� and   a  good thing  to
find.
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"Progress Brand"
Suits and Overcoats    M
Is it in your clothes?  It should be.
.   L_.   DE BECK
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sim-
tj days after date we iiete-ml ,,. apply to
lie,. Hon.the Chief Commissioner ,., Uinas
.ii���l Works ic- permission ," ce,, und curry uwuy ,1," timber from Hi" following
described lands, situate ni Kitsumgallum
Valley, Co ist  districl .
j,..'   Commencing    at     ���  I"'sl   I'I,'111'''1
.il..,,,   3>/j   miles   ....nl,   "1'   '.I'"   l""'1 A,ai',m
,, ,,���!���   0��    c   F.  A- Green's    preemption
claim, then running as follows: ����' chains
Lasl    SO cliains south: SO chains w.'s,  an,I
commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or  1. ss. ,,   ,���,,.,
Claim   N"    16     Commencing     ���"    P��B1
planted on   the   Zymugntlti   Biver.  about
t\v lies ���l' from Uie mouth, en lit easl
bank ef river; thence 100 chains east, 40
chains south; nt" chains wesl '",".' ���
Ihence I" chains northerly along rixei to
poinl    ,.i    rommencenieiu,   contnlnlng   040
III ,, s.    Ill",''    er   less
Claim N�� i'; Conimenclng al pos,
planted on Hi'' Zymogatiti River, aboul
two   miles   up   from   them   outh,   on  tne
easl   bunk  of   river;   thence   l ihnliis
,.;,<t in chains north; 160 chains west t"
river; thence i" chains southerly along
river i" poinl  ol   commencement,
���nlain-
m.,  chains   north   i" poinl  ",  commei
ment. , i,,n,.,i   ing 640 acres,  re or less
���>,.���Commencing   at    a    i����-t       '���'"'" I'laim   Ne    17.    Commencing    al    posl
,,1,,,,,  :���,,.,   miles north ol  the  norin-w. i d  on   lhi,  Zymagatitz   River,   alien,
,,���.,���.,- ot c.F.A.Green s Preemptioni claim. >         ���,,        ,,-,���,, ,i���. mouth, on the wes"
ili.n running us follows: 160 eh,,ins �� ���   . h    f ,.jv,.,.. ,|���.,���.,. 40 chalus wesl
160
lee  chains  south ;   160  chains  easl   an
chains  north to the poinl    "i  comme n
a., in
chains   north;   -I"   chains   cs,   ,ei   river,
Lhence   160  chains  southerly   along   river
f commencement, contalnlni
���-, en
11 .out   I  mil
,     ,,, .,.,, ,|     I,,   peilll    "I   cnlllll,die,���lllelll,   ceUlil
mencing   al     u    post   pianieo     ,     pgs
,s north of the north-west cor-   ���   (,.-.^  ^   |g_   .Commenc|ng
,ll,e
al     posl
"""'   planted   ea   the   south   bank    of   Skeena
, in   halt  mile  below   the  , th
then  running as follows:  ������������ >., ������������      ,
vie chains north;    80 chains west.ana        Qf  K], .,,,,,,..,n,,,,,  Kn.r; thence Nee chains
chains south to point o�� commenci ment.
mi   chains   north
s senile I" l'i'iin ",  c '"',"'.,'   , south :    v"   cliains   east;   m,   chains   ner,,
Commencing   at   u    post     '"���'"'*" ,,,   su, , ,,.,   River;   thence  nlong  river t,
5 miles north of the north-west cor- f      mencement,   containing    04,
,��� c. !���'. A. Green's pre-emption  claim, _              Qr   ,,.ss
running as follows:  too chains east, ,.,,..,,   So    ,.,     Commencing    al   pos
.,!���=   ,,,,,ih;      I Mi     chains   WCSt;      4i'       .   . .  ",    . '.    ;, ,,      ,,,���,.    .,,���    HUi.une
boul
ne r
Ml.iiin   nm..   19.    Commencing     nl    posl
in chains north;    160   chains  west,    40  n   (he    so,l|h    km,.   ,,,-  skl,enn
hains south to point oi com ncement.       R|vpp   ,ihou| |w|f |mj|i. up ,,,���,, lh(.  ut|,
-i.    Commencing   nt   u    post    pianwu Kitsumgallum    River,   on   the     south
Mm,ii .; miles north ol   north-west coi- | .    . River;   Ihence   I-'"  chnnls
,  c  K   \. Green's  pre-empti hi
south;   1-" chains easl  to Skeena   River;
i i . uce nlons   river lo poinl  of  , nce-
ini ni.  containing 0 10 m re s,  more or less.
I ated   I', brunry  22,   1907.
WILLI \.\l    Ml n'l'V.
FRANK    VANI ' ALL.
locators.
Pe r Frank  t'andall. March 22.  1907.
.as?..     ,����L
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PRiDAY'S MARKET REPORT
ie  . hi,    attraction  ut yesterday's
. i.  .. iarl  from  the  usual  Enstei
offerings, wer,   the superb exhlhitlons
of flowers      sale al tbe stan Is of Mrs.
'i'i ly,   and   im   Davis,    The beauty  of
these   lure'',   exotics   appealed   to  all
who wer,     icky enough to view them,
Any available Dominion Lands with-  and   many   purchases  were made, for
in the Railway Mel; in British Colum-   the  purp decorating    private
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADfAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
, running us follows: 10,1 chains eas .
4,1 cliains south; 160 chains wesl : 40
, hains north to poinl of commencement.
Commencing ul n post plant,',I
iboul tl miles nortl, of the north-wesl cor
i��� r of ,'. Im A. Green's  pre-emption  claim.
the ii running as follows    t      ins ���
Hi chains north;     100   e hains  w, sl ;     in
, hains south to pol f comm, ncement.
2,1.��� Commen, ing   nl    n    post     plant, .1
���  ,   it   iles nortl, of the nortl, wesl ecu
��� ���  of ,'  !���'. A. Green's  pn -emption  claim.
Hi, ,i running i,s follows 'hains w, sl .
...   chains south ;     10  chains cast :     ton
Ins no, i'i m. point of commencement.
���7.    i- mencing    nl    a    post     planted
nut il miles north of the no, th w, sl i ���>
ii, r of ,'. F A. ' Ire, n's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows:  SO . hains w, sl
so chains north . SO chains easl ; SO elm
., uth  t��� point  of commencement. .        .    ,
::v    Commencing   i l    a    post     planted  ��� Ituat, a
iiboiil T miles north of the north-west cor-      Coasl   Districl   Rant;',  o district,  No.
ner of C. F. A. Green's  pre-emption claim,   in\    ,., nencing   at   a   slake   planted
the, running asfollows : 160^chains c-iist: , (h     EncnGshese   River,
10 chains south; ! ihalna west; .met m
chains   ah  to the point  of commemce-   aboul   a   mile  and  a   hall   lip  In,in  lis
in.nl. .  month, thence east   10 chains, thence
wesl    SO
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after elate. I intend to make apllcatlon
to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, for a special license to cul and earrj uway timber
from   tin'   following  described   lamls.
Commencing   nt   a    posl     Planted   |ilM.th   gn     (.|laiMS      111��- ri t
bia, may he homesteaded by any per-  homes, and churches.    People even at'- ;;A'AA'1i'Ancr"",A lA'.'ieei'iAAAi.A chains, thence smith SO chains, thenc,
fun who is the sole head of a family
oi any male over is years of.   age, to   Inth t,   le  .���   the vicinity of the flower
the extent of   one-quarter   section of   booths, an I  turn to the more prosaic
ICO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1)    At least six months' residence
upon and   cultivation of   the land in .
t..ih year for three years.
I'liSilles
Sprin
ol di niestic wains.
; lamb and young veal were
In good demand, and farmers who
were lucky enough to have these articles I'o'.in ! ready sal" at good figures.
Fowl and chicken were fairly well represented, and were soon disposed of.
The web-footed variety, such as ducks
and geese, were quoted as high as
thirteen dollars per dozen, but none
were offered for sale yesterday. Ap-
,21    If lhe father (or mother, if the   ;>s  are still scarce and  sold readily.
father is deceased), of the homestead-   Potatoes   were  in  fair  evidence,  and
er resides upon a farm in the vicinity   were  soon   brought tin at twenty-four
o: the land entered for,  the   require- dollars pei  ton.
ments ns to residence maybe satisfied Quotations.
b;'   .-nch   person   residing   with   the      Beef, hind quarters, 9c to 9%c lb.
, ;���  completing   their   purchases,   were   then running as follows: 40 chains north; east  40  chains   to point  of  commence-
SO  chains  west:     l"   chains    north;     40 men|
chains west;  SO chains south ;   120 chains '                                  �����
, isi  to poinl of commen, cme nt. ,             lu        .
30.   Commencing   at   a   post    planted Commencing   at   a   point   near   the
aboul   1"  chains  north  of tli" south-wesl mouth of Union Creek al  lhe east line
corner of  Location  No.  26,   then   running ���    ,      rnrHnn   if,.serve   nl   ihe head  of
as ,..Hews:    160 chains wes,; io cliams '.- '.ll(   Indian Reserve, ai   n,  neaci 01
north:    160 chains east:    ancl  40 chains 1 nion  Bay, near the mouth oi Works
south ," point  of commencement. Channel.    Range      5,   Coasl      District,
31.���Commencing   at    a    post     planted thence    (���   chains   south,   ihence     SO
al.mi,   In  chains  n.,rth  ,u   tin- south-west ,                         ,.              ,,,    '.    .               ,,
corner of  Location  No.   26,  then   running chains   east,   ihence   SO   chains   north,
as  follows:     160  chains  west:  40  chains thence     SO  chains     \wst.     thence   tO
east of small bay al the head or Until
am Sound;    thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains: thence south
80 chains; ihence east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
2.���Commencing al a stake at the
noi'ib-east corner of Claim No. I;
thence norih SO chains: Ihence wes,
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence ensi 80 chains to poinl of commencement.
.",.���Commencing al a i���,st 4n chains
west of the north-east corner of Claim
So. 2; thence north m' chains; ihence
wesi sn chains; ihence south 80
chains; ihence east 80 chains to poinl
of commencement.
HENRY GROSE.
March 21st, 1907.	
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixt.i days after date 1 intend t<, apply
to the Honourable chief Commission
er of Lands and Works for permission
in purchase the following described
lands, situated on whal is called
Middle and South Dundas Island,
Range 5, ('nasi   Districl:
Commencing al  a  posl    al I  ,'tie-
half mile eas,  of the head of Du, li  III
let on the   ninth    side    of   the   Inlet,
marked  S.   II.   F.;     lie nee   100  ( hlllns
north:   thence SO chains easl;   th, n, e
south  to said    Inlel;    thence    southwesterly and westei ly along th,  shore
to poinl of comniencenn nt,
S   II    FORD,
P.  II   CRAGO,
Loci
.March 23,  1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th H
sixty ela> s after elate- I Inti nd to a]
to the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands and Works fur permission
to purchase the following described
lands, situated on what is called Mid
land South Dundas Island. Hani:. 5,
Coast Districl:
Commencing al a post planted al
tin. bead of Swan Inlel: thence south
100 ckalns; thence eas, 80 chains:
thence north to shore; thence v. ester
ly and north-westerly along the sine'
to poin' of commencement,
Im    11.   CR \ei<>.
March   22.   1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
published   .,:   >N,.V
b,  good a
DATED at ihe i
ish Columbia
ary, A.D,  i>,
1
i-lTH.
oThoma    Vr,
All   persons    . I:i11"
tice,  and   tho
 ler   iin I,,,  aill
ing any  Inte ,
inn
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>     J
Vil tue nl  an
and all perso,
In   the  Bait)   ;,. {
title is no:   i, '"   j
visions   0f   the '       J
shall be forevei <��� i,
from   serin;,   up
respect   of the .
taxes as provided
try Act."
NOI
NOTICE   IS   Hi i
1 i   lays an... dat,
lh,   Hon.C   cf t
:   Works i.,
an i curry awn
lowing tie . m
Kitsuiiigalliini   n
Claim  No  I.    r
ll '    1 23 mil,
Kitsumgallum i;
of Kltsumgtil  ,
lows:      SO ch
south;     in   chal
n, rth;  120 chain   ���
south to poinl ol
, Halm  No. 2    , ���
,| a,Heel    ah,ml    : :
mouth of ih" ,i
;n
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Ill,  llC'C'IIII'llt.
lie
103.
pom;
of     COlll-
father or mother.
(fl)    If the settler has his permanent  residence upon fanning land own-
eel by him in the vicinity of his home-1
stead,   ihe   requirements   as  to resi-1
iie me. may be satisfied    by residence i
upon the said laud.
Six months' notice in writing should i
be given to the Commissioner of Do- \
minion Lands at Ottawa of Intention !
to apply for patent.
Coal lamls maj be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
't'i' li" acquired by one Individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
(��� nts per tern of I'.iHKI pounds shall he
coll, cted on the cross output.
W. \v. CORY,
Deputj i f the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B. -Unatit! orlzed   publication of
this   a Ivertisement
for.
Beef, fore quarters, Ce to 6%c lb,
Veal, lie to 11V  lb.
Pork, lO'^c lh.
Mutton, 13c to 14c  tb.
Potatoes, $:>| ion.
Eggs. 25,   dozen.
Eggs,   wholesal,    23c  dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c lb.
Fowl. $S in $10.50 dozen.
Chickens, $7 to $:�� dozen.
Ducks, $11 to $13 dozen.
Apples, $1.40 to $1 50 iiox.
Onions,  $1.50 sack.
south;   I'i"  chains casi;   in chains  north   chains   south   to
to po   t of comm, ncement.
32. Commencing al t, post plnnted
about I mill's north of the north-west cornei of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,      Commencing al  a  posl on the north
then running ns follqws: 160 chains west;   si101.p   nf   Work's   Channol    Ranirp   ".
4ii   "hains   south;    160 chains east:    .in-,1'""    "'.   work s   Lnannei, nange  o,
,.hains north  to poinl  of con ncement,   coast    District,   about   a   mile   and   a
containing 640 acres, more or less. half  below   Worsfold   Bay,  thence  IL'n
WM. MOODY, chains   north,  thence   SO   chains   east,
FRANK VANDALL. thence south to shore, thence westerly
Locators.     , . *- ���
Agent,  Frank Vandall. along   shore   lo    point   ol    commence-
March 21, 1907       ment.
 10jt     *
NOTICE. Commencing al a posl on the shore
i  jopposite   the    month   of   Hear     Creek
TAKE  NOTICE that   thirty  days af,",;!in|l  about  a  half a  mile,  norlh  on  the
date we intend to apply to the Chief Com-   north   arm  of  Work's  Channel. Range
issioner of Lands and Works for special J5.   ('oast     District    thence     west     Tn
��� mb, r   llcens
le
cut   and   carry  away i
REPORTS NEW ANIMALS.
Imber from the following described lands !chainS' ,llf',"���,' north s" chains, ,hence
������   in il;" Kitsumgallum Valley, Inth,   east   to  shore,  thence   southerly  along
Coast District:    < shure to point  of commencement.
33.���Commencing   nt    a    post     planted
ibout   4"   chains  west   ",'  the  south-wesl 105.
corner   of   the   old   Kitsumgallum   Indlnn       Commencing   al    a   Stake     "ii     the
Reserve, then   1,10 chains west; -l" chains | beach
:|. ���'        160   chains  easl ;   I"   .hains   south
I-, piiint nf commencement.
34.���Commencing    at    a    pe
,.. chains wesl of the north-eas, corner of  Coast   District,  thence east   90 chains.
1. 33   then 160 chains west: 40   thence   north   80  chains,   thence   Wl
1 hains ".is, ;   p. chains
about   50  chains south   of the
mouth   of   Hear   Creek   on   the   north
st   planted  arm   "'   Work's    Channel.   Range
resl
ins north;  1
tl     n point of commencement. "'    the   beach,    thence   southerly    ami
35.���Commencing   al    a    pes,     planted westerly  along   the   beach   to   poin'   of
I          Ins wesl of the north-east corner of commencement
tlon  \'<.   :: t. then   160 Cuius West ;  40 1nfi
'.'���!������      ICO ���  inins .-as, ;  in chains ,.                               u '     ,                  ,    .
-    ���    ... point of     . ��� .-��� ,,i..;. Commencing  al  a   stake    20  chains
Co  nnenclng    at    a    post     plnnted easl   of   the mouth   of   Mink   Creek   al
                              .    .   fLocat?onXoA"fthe   i '"        ' :!',��� 1"'"1 "r Work's channel. Range li,
African   Naturalist  Tells    of    Strange   norih    10 chains east'   160 chains'south" C.oasl   District,  ihence wes,  SO chain?,
Species.
London, March 2-    Are th,   e ���
':- ������    -  in  Africa   i , si I,.-    he
okapi, wi...-.  exisl  nee has I e, n defin-
��� 'al lished, and ii," white rhin-
will not be paid   oceros,  which  no  European  has  .ver
teen,   though   native   rumors   asserts
 _i '   is not  a   mythical  creature?
Curious reports have been brought
ck from Portug, s Basl Africa ;
���'��� r). Spears, v.ho has been spen ling
:' >'ear trapping and shooting big gam.,
in the regions niostl; n, u
-���ndi and   Bovuma   river,
" ] v r, turning to camp near
:: I saw," says Mr, Speares,
���'' 'm i si indin       . . ;   2 ...: is
���hains west to the point of commenc - thence   north   80   chains,   thence'   easi
���'/_'��� ISO  chains,  thence  south v:'  chains,  ,,,
��� .  noln ���    a      n    pos      plant, ���! ���   .     <���
....                   .....     ...... poin   oi  commenc, ment.
orner ol    Location   N'o   ::.".    .tl   ...      100
as east: 100 ch 107.
'���''M      ���       "'ns         . to poin, oi co Commencing   at   a   poini   on   Ladling   at   a   post     ,i,,,-,.,, : ��� ' ���   ''' ���"'' ,'.'' ������'���' ,!l" corner of lol  195
��� th est en      'of Lo   Hon N'o :i' ''"' ''"'"'' "' Work's Channel, Range
then :   i--   west:    sn  chains ���"��� Coast   District,    thence   4u  chains
J    .    ,               '    ' west,  thence SO chains south, thence
.    -.A ..    ,:���AAA   ...1;i. 80 chains east, thence SO^chains nortl,
nrth-wc-sl  corner of  Location  N'o.  v thence  10 chains wesl to peiin' of eiini-
west: SO cl    Ins se  ith :  SO tn< ��� nc-,��� n;<-nt
-   north  to point of
100.
Wil i ; \ v   Me i, i| iy
: RANK   VANDALL
Lake Nan-
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M    '    :e   21,   ite.
fl in th,    on
s'.'IM- -.
fii
'.'a   h
Commencing at a post 40 chains
< asl of the river at the north line of
'h ' Indian Reserve, at the mouth of
ii Ench, - hese River on the mirth
side of Work's Channel. Kan-,. :..
Coast District, thence SO chains north,
thence SO chains we '. then, e 80
chains south, thence. SO chains easl
>- WBRRriY given th ��� r..   to poinl of comme nc, menl
I. :   '   ���.'     ���    "       .  ih, ' /
1C8.
Co   men 'in     il   i post on Ihe south
: mile
TIMBER   NOTICES.
I      ��� ei    ���    ���       ��� i...
'    i ���     ��� ���    ' '���     . i r   of
1 ........ . | .  ,,,
���,.    -, ./,."���'     i      Ford;    , r,..., :;;������;
,.   pi .��� ��� e  ���''��� '      li s mouth, thi nc,
::',,' ��� ���  r s w   so ith 60 chains, thence easl SO cl tin
"  '    t "..    L  ���      he.   i   w���.
���       . '.       iei lh -10 ,    dns to
take i i ev      Tl " above
. ..    msse i  ....
'       ' >ed up the    lop,   on th ���
t'liit I noticed thai
llf fen ntly
mark   '' ' ,|"'   ���   Th  Ir h, ads and
"���'   hn  .., the in,,- :,.;���.., ...     :, ���;  ,
, We l      an,   I    la,       , Coasl   Hi.-
;      .���       ild me tl ' of; trict, about a n ii" nn 1 a half south
... : "  '*'    " I       "wi      h
109.'     ^
'"     io gel    no   . '  h     Be a at  a  posl   on  the  shure
"otagal .    ,��� ,,,;, Iv,, | ..   .      JJ .    ''     ���' r  end   of  the   north  n m
���
v
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty days after date we int, nd to
apply to the Honorable the Chi, :
Commissioner of Lands and \\'. rl -
for permission to purchase th? foi
lowing tracl of land situated In Coast
District, for a Mill Site. Commencing al a post planted on shore of baj
S. E. Arm Huaskin Lake, about S
W. corner T. L. No. 6943; thence
South 10 chains: Wesi 5 chains;
South 10 chains, more or less to X. E
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence West
with sheer,, line 20 chain-; North 10
Chains; East 5 chains; North In
chains, more or less, to Bhore of
Huaskin Lake; thence Easl with
shore line 20 chains, more ��� less, ' e
I wi nt of commencement. , ntaii i
4"   acres,   more   or   less.
DATED this  19th day ol  I ���   i
1907
Th,     McLAL'GHLIN    LUMBER    I J.,
LTD,
By C. R  McLaughlin, Prea . M   D
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN    hi I
30 da.    aft,    da:,..  I  Intend  to
to   the   Hun.   ,Ihlef   Commission,     i I
'��� nils  and Works, for sp, clnl   I ���
'c , iit ami carry awaj  I Ini
lowing desi ribed lands, ted ai
follows:
1. Comm, ���  .     M;
em   Hernan lo    lsl m '.  Saj wai '.
trict, ai  the southwe (corn
tion 6; th, nee north so chain
i asl SO ch; Ins   ihence south vi'
e west SO chaii :
mencement,
2. Commencim,   nl   i     a i
oi   th,   noi   m\ ,   ���  corner   s, "Men    :.-.
th, nee ea        i  chain  ;   thenc,
��� '     Mains:   th, nee  we SO    chi
h, nee  north   SO  chaii     to p, lnl    of
���   I, .   ... :;
:: .....        ., .....
.    '   . n: m     ol     ���    ll
'       north   SO  chains;   th, nee en il
1    ' then ith   SO   ch    i
.  ���      w, chains to
ei i.
J.  R,   \i:\i;
m. Locate r,   '
Mar, h 22, 1907.
��� t   of   lhe    KI
'1 . nee      SO   char
mth;     In  eh ���
th, more oi le
in rl horly along i  ���
,,   commencenn nl
i laim No.::.   , .
planted   al   the
T   L. 7942;  th, n ���
chains   south;     io
. hains south,
ll      .    'n    the      In ���
ih, nee north, i '
the  poini  ol ,
Claim  No. I     - ���
planted  aboul
mouth of the Kli j
the easl bank
160  chains     south;
mure or   lei B,  to thi
northerly along th,
of commencement.
Claim No, 5,   Con m,
planted aboul   16 mill |
mouth of the above riv, .J
liaiik .     thence   SO i...
chaii.- south: 80 chains ��� j
less, mi  the  riv, hei        ��� .i
along  the- riv, . )
mencement.
Claim No i      i ,
planted  l- mile
of     the     river. nj
L hn c
i ���
���     ���   ���'
���'��� of ,i .lark brown color
""::l1" the hlndi    '    ' of the body, the
hind-quarters  an I   I,
an In the ordinary z   ira."
1 ' i '   the   ipper  end   ol   thi    no    .
V ��� rk'    Channell,   Rnnge   5,  Coi
. ,-w.    ������ Di   riet, al oul  20 t In In      mth ol
!     . ft"  'j mouth   of   Snow   Creek,   Ihence  easl
' 160   chains,   then, ���-,   |0 chains
mth  jn chains win   ii ���  of ih, ie," w, ��� I  160 chains, thence sun
.  ��� , ' .���";���   tins to shorn 40 chains to poinl  of commencemen
���>>.  corner  lnl       , I ;   thntlC"   north   -" . 1n
IO  . hi Ins an", ���  I, ss. to . u'
.      ������ <  mencing  at  n   posl   planted  :
'   ' Mr. Speares, , ������      .  v,-     ..    rii    riet, al mil  20 , In Ins - mth or the
'      ' lei hants I saw " '   ���'   mouth   of   Snow   Cre, ;..   Ihence  easl
the peculiarly i   irked zebra
I had seen   u   Xangadl, and this tfni"    ���   ���     ��� ���'    ' '    ''' " rHhencewesI  1 GO chains, thence south
i!" re could e no ml take aboul the
co,or- [n shn ' ll was to all appear
'"" s : !' ' !-' i the zebra, bul the
l,"'l'L n' '"'������ forelegs and lor,.half 0f
the body wi
UND REGISTRY ALT.
P,    i'i   nk Van I
Westminster Iron H
this 2fith ,1ny of p, hrunrv,  1007
:  ''��� M \!'<; i ii tv i.rM|.,i:i: CO.. Ltd
'"   ''   It. McLnti thlln,  Pres, and .M.  I,
were stripe]
Sole Agimt lor Now Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR
The   Singer   Estate.
N'ewark, \.h. M i   |, -.    Sul1 .,, -
''"',:' $20,000,  ��� |le trustees of
;l"' estate of lh ���    [sabelle    E
'   "��� ���'���' low of Is: n ��� \]   sin,.. ,-. who
:  ,;"  Singei     Machine   Co.,
"us begun in this city todaj  by Paul
C, w. Schege, ol   Pa :      Mr. Schege
lhe third hnsbnnd of the form, r
Mrs. Singer.
NOTICE.
\OTTCE   IS   HEREBY    i;t\'i:.\    thnl
 ��� ���'  . s after .' i," wp in,. ,e,I ," npplv
.   Hn-   11.hi.  ,li"   Chief   Commissioner  of
nnd   Works  for permission ," cut
��� irrv nwny ,h" tlmh, r from the foi
����� Ine   di icrlhed   lamls.   sltnntn     on   the
"���".Miiii;;   River,   Coast   district,   Range
X"    ." :
���'Inh ���   NM.    t 3,    ,' nc nclntc  nl   n   posl
 !  on   the  Zymnerntlti!  River, nhnul
��� .   inllf, up from the mouth, on the ensl
l<  ,if rlver;tl,ene ���  100 chnlns e as, ;  .|n
etna Rnnth :   inn "hains wesl :   10 chains
.  nl,....-;  the  river  to  point  of com-
��� ni. containing 640 ncri ���,  re or
l - ������.
iim  N'o,   i l     Commenc	
i   the  Zymngntlta  Rl- ��� ������.  aboul
m le up from ih" mouth   nn the east
. ''   ri\   i i   th    ' '���      hnlns  , .!������' :
h -���  north :     I 80   cl    i is   we st;   40
' south,   along   river    I ,  poini   of
planted al
ih'. mouth of Ford Creek, on the north
Bhore of Work's Channell. Range 5
Coast District, thence 80 chains norlh!
���In nc 80 chains east, thence 80
' hains south, more or less to shore,
'hence westerly along shor ��� to point
of commencement.
S.   II.   PORD,
Im   II. CR Mill.
March 21, 1907,
mil
NOTICE.
N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thirty .lavs after date i intend to
make application la the Hon, the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission lo cut and car-
timber trom the following
':' ,viM'! ' ""Is. >t- : ��� , Hotham
Sound, New We    i In   e    Dii Tic;
I.   Commencing at a sta     ;.������'-...
TAKE NOTICE lhal nppll ailon ha
'' ' ;' mi de in reglstei Karl Brudvlk
�� the owner In Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Dei i rrom C. A. Carncross,
Ilet've .'"-'I lv M. Cam.moss. Clerk of
tin Districl of Surrey, hearing dale
the I Ith dnj of December, A.D. 1901,
"' :',, :""1 singular tht.1 certain parcel
"���' tracl of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the Districl of New
Westminster, in the Provine : Brit-
lsl1 Columbia, more particularly known
':'"1 f'escrlbed al Lol 32, subdivlsl in
<' Section 25, Block 5 North Range 2
West.
"'on ami each of von are reque ited ty
'" contes' the claim of the n,x pur- W. IN. D^aP^
chaser within forty-flve days from the
":"" "r ll1" flrsl publication of this
notlce' I Shall register Karl Brudvili
���l'i owner thereof In fee, An I l ,iir-
""' ,1|;|J nitblleaUon of this notice
!'"   ,hi,''>' ,|:l^ In n dail;, newspaper   enard Block-   New WeftmlnBter
GENERAL MACH1NK   \%l' '
WOKK
SHIP SMITH1NU, ltiin"'1'' :"'1
STRUCTURAL  IRON    ^uKls
Ornamental   Iron   wont, mc'���
Fences, Gates, Kin'  I     ,|"""'      \ \
Mull orders and corresponc
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BBGBIB sini'1''1'       a
New Wostminstcr.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
thi nee   40 chain    �����,
SCUth;       I'i   chair    ���
��� .
south;   60   chain.-,   i
to  the  river;   th,:. ���
the  river  in  th,
1
men,.
Cl iim N'o, 7.   ,'
, lai '��� 1   iboul   i"  ���
-.  ith-wesi   coi nei   nl tin
aim  H
gallum    reserve
fl  ���
������' ��� - ���.     10  ch
' .:-'      1" , Illl In     !
��� nt.
H
Claim  N'o ���    ,
m
���. ��� !  on    ih" m
T   1.   7945;   Ihence
10 , bail
chain
tnent,
i   .       N. .   ���    Com men
ed on 1 he    :i a 111
T    I         !       lh, m ���    Hin
.. |
i ���            :        oiltll
���   '���
line ol '������
���   t
���   line :
M  . MM
Claim    Nn.   li
'
.    ���   ,   ..��� '."1 . :,
71 15, aboul   10
���
��HHHh'
.   i , ..;
;     1.   .'
wl
��� h, rn.    160 i
���
*91
...
'!'   L.  7945;
nl   of  comii
���   aim   N'o    i i.   I   ���
>I|
posl  planted on
iri^H
tfffllJ
L   7945;
ns   west;     In
lfl
ns east, to 1
H
thenc     :
���
to    nlnl
<     1 n   N'o,   12
mted al  '
'   1.   7945;
est;     :
���
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'   il.i.' \ ���'
FRANK   \ '
K. ���rw 29,   '907-
;al
EQTATF ift'theCityof
New We
^^^^^  rapidly.    . |
i     i'incr the market today are oftei
fcesrl1 L11&
throughout the city are
i p��w industries starting up, bring   .
niF roi ;r of i,oi?i)s
bese1
kers.
tei-
333
FRONT   SfREET
-
B.N-t-ES
i.KM'tt'
-\1 \l.i.
,c ii'.yy
��� ��� e-..
pricb:
JUST A SPECIAL.-thiif", all
.N'Dli.'   i:
with .        ie:
House 2 fu
a
.    M
iea itiful flower
oard
..-
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anil
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.
nli
S t^liO.OO:
S2000   cash.
e
:    33 i
and 16th
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$6.00 per acr
: ���
aver i
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ion    if   .......   -i
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1 Mei    .��� ���>   .    r .'���.���"      '1 e   orris
i ��� ���,   ,f
an
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      Ills    .1"    Ini -.'i   i."   ippnse    ' ���>
ition   ���.,      .ie  .,"  ,
ntlon   permission   to  ,'nll   ip   'o
loiiRp   if   .e,,is   |g   nany new peers
li.uel.l     .,,     ',."...:sil,-\-   ,r>   ������!,-T--     lis   hill
ii,     vis    .eenllilll    for
i.i-.lu        .!,,",���      ,i,l      |0     e'.sh     ,.      ""      .,
>e\!���r     ni,,,,)      he:,,,     mil    I'lcllrlllolIB,     IS
could   lave   epon    Iw    ise
..,,-,.me   IR ���,lentil nl   ih   ilackberrlea
.    iRpri       he ....   '  ���   '.'������'
si,   ,. i,     'or   ,ii   'Hi. ������        emml ��1
.,   ...   .....  p.iseii    | imi   ���;   in   all,or.   ie
iteacl tettlng    ,,,.>    he-   nmv    iy
means if i "nmpptitlvo examination
ind IBlng ,y merit, nm, ttr ilghi
"e ,,en ichool   ��� iiniiit '.���i���ev Inn inj thing
,r      lee     i"  ���      .   ,    ���   ���     i"     i   I :    tllOIlt      >,    I
       ...      ."ii     nime    mil   ind   ,   mmml wlon    eoitgh,
,   .,���   i.e. gor    fe,r hlm    Vfter 'hut. Instead   \\   ���
'���������   ' I    promoted >s ,   ">vn,-,i Cor in
I,   nil ,e    I i.'.l    .i    .'ly    Wl ll    ll   'Hinlteii
OI"    in    lhe If      ,,.    |,ni|      |0     ilieU,"       ...
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 ng  ,r imoted   ��� era tbout > th	
...      ,,���.        H.e I   >x    "ll"     Offll   '1 '
, hn  ,,,i  ���.   . . In the s,        ��� ui'i
-M   ii   nan     mttle     ��� -. ���      ���   mh
,,.  ��� their lives,   \ lllle the  ions
..r.iTiiflfpn .,.. ""I iot    Bl
'   ���   '    .        . 'il����i   . .
���       ��� lumpBti . ,
Iip i   heads lev   in    .. ���   hp r wn
h ��� md up Por   ii." ������ c iIoiipIs   in,l
gener lis
a.       . .iM      ....    I", dntl    o  de     i
"\i     :' i- ���
t .1  not    vlBh i he a he
���:_..     , hen   'a
,i,���.,,,"  i hill to abolish i the
i      1011 :"     IT   1, ��� lot  (III
, ��� ..  id
h  - '_..' ip.1
ipi,   Vfr   itlndsrone found  thai   Queen
���    i "I-   to   flboll ,ll   |
:, i ������ ...... ,   i ���
slip plensptl     il"  induppil   lhe rpiepn  to
...... || .    .,'    |     HiillliHIS
,  .      ....    :.,-   ,.��� .
'���.���i.i         ���
 M       "���    'i.     QURl    ��n  ",,.
'.  i.el-ii.   .  . :.
 ���.       :       n I hal   , ather than
. rnsplf defied  hy  them, he   , mid
.revile-   :e    u i if   .,,- >     p.-its   I.i
Tl.tr    fn,    th,
v |i^i^i^i^i^i^H i, -ei >
menl of the I
i      ��� s 	
threatened to make "-.err trooper Into
..i nnhlc lord if rlrl en to II EJe 'li'l
iii.ii..,. twelve en" peers, ","l then the
louts gave in
iin- i I born I government of 18358, with
f nil Grej a. prime minister, used it"*
-inn. thren! Thej wished to ,is�� the
firs-i reform 1*111   The lords hated Hits
I I)]   l.illerh
,,.,,, then the,  had i,nnn nrartteallv
(Jo  thlR i'i     , ii-rinl
\ ,1,1   li IBP of
inter' ere  with  n il  warm       than
they   could    i n ��� . ' e   dome   off
I'.iiii i by th    vln he r   nronets al   I
, enrson -, I iondon Weekly
m in
>l�����    u.,,1    H.imitn
"s.ii of . lay. is illent ,oe|
ponderous,"  preached  Jean   RauHn   m
��� i  i!'"' "",,''r ifi ii, .eiiirv,    'bm    woman
(he house of lords and    gi.   . ;        , ,l(, ,���.,. ,^^,,,,,1^ nrlsfln hy
the keeps n\i     \lr ������ ���,  snek
of earth and It makes no muse, ime h a
l,ag of h#nes nnd you are deafened
with the clltter riattpr" London
, hronl, ie
iin- laws of eonsolenoe wh eh w��
pr..,pnii up it.-, icpii from nature pro*
'������...,1 from ns tnre    Montaigne
Have Something  New
I OR
EASTER
We have jusi received our new
stock et* Hats, latest spring styles;
���-.c\n Spring Suits For Men and
Boj s ; the very latest in Shoes,
Oxford and Blucher. Every-
1) ::e new iii Ties and Collars.
��� .
- ��� \.��    ������ ���> v c      !
.<.        Rfirlc,
!
\t
<
'Illll..- :
'
���
ne ..   Fifth
I lot  41 60C
Westminster Clothing
v OMPANY.     OAVI. C.ROS.SMAN, Prop.
, .-.    n      ( /�����"��
...   i      pe]
I    '  ' "���   ���' . '   ' '
���
. $3,750.
icing on l'!i Ave.,
,   '   ,   M   , '.'
Park.   $475. $275  cash.  '  .1
..   .,,, ,    "|S!    V-''
.111 !   -'M
Rea, Estate f   Assurance Co. o{ Lond.���.
Agfdti ���.. Kfflp1��y��w' LU     ^
\\ est A End
/���,;���."./.Mtig the North Arm.
\ t^a ftid 1 L-2 acres of desirable Residential Property,
and can be bought by a prompt
buyer for less than.... $200 per
iot, on terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists,
New Westminster
: TIIE   DA
V   X K W S.
My.
^ AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements t��� offer in
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
in order to make room for ���ur spring stock,  which is expected su���n.
Th
e   market  quotations  are  sure   to  advance on the  following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place vour orders for these goods at once.
n    1  1-      O 1     Oi GEO.   ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     prop
Two   Fine  Residential   LOTS
on Koyal Avenue oast, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost any old way to suit purchaser.
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center of city
good streets; each house in good repair and
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
Phone   105.
'Phone   10b.
IT'S TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
 USE	
Pendray's no.i winter Tree Spray
The Most Effective manufactured.
FOR SALE BY
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
44 ��� <>��*<V>,*o��><J*,o�������������������������������*������- 4}ff?ff+fffff}t+a>ff4af}f++a)
ANOTHER   LOT   OE ���
GOWAN MACGOWAN
GETS TWO PRESENTS
TOKENS OF ESTEEM GIVEN TO
ACCOUNTANT WHO RETIRES
AFTER   SIX   YEARS'   SERVICE.
Severing iii.- connection with il"'
.;,,��� 0f George Adams lasl evening,
after being an employe for the pasl
six years, having been appointed as-
sistani assessor al the Provincial
buildings, Gowan Macgowan was
i:iill|,. the recipieni of tangible ink,mis
of appreciation on the pari of his employer, George Adams, and of his fellow employes. Mr, Adams presented
his retiring accountant with a heavy
gold locket and foh, while the glfl ol
tin members of the staff took the form
of a gold-mounted cane. Miss David-
I sou read the presentation address,
v hile .1. Young, for, man of the store,
presented the gift em behalf of the
employes. The gold lockel and fob
v ;,s accompanied ley an address reading ms follows:
"Upon   this,   th,    occasion   of   youi
I, aving mj employ. I embrace il p
portunit: eei assuring you of the very
greal esteem In which you have nl-
waj ��� been hi I I I y myself as well as
!:> the employes of the' establishment,
win, one and all de, ply regrel your
departure,
During the ninny years we have'
been associated, you hav,' constantly
occupied a position of greal trust,
and it gives me very greal pleasure
ie, h,' aide to say thai in no particular
have yiiu failed in the discharge of ihe'
important and responsible duties of
your nflic't'.
While the loss of your valuable assistance is something which I greatly
,1, plore, al the same time the knowledge thai you are benefiting your position by the acceptance of an appointment in the civil service, gives
m.i genuine ph isur, and I sincerely
trusi that you will find your new occupation both congenial and advanl
ageous.
In parting, 1 ask you to accept his
small token of my real appreciation
()��� the services you have rendered me
and nf the high esteem in which I
hold you. At the same time, permil
in, to wisn you everj success, and to
express the hope that the future holds
' many bright things in store for you."
Mr. Macgowan, who was visibly affected, replied to the address in a few
well chosen words, thanking the donors for the kind tokens of apprecla-
1 ih ii they had given him, and referring
jt , the pleasant relations which had always been maintained anions all the
employes ol the Public Supply stores.
In s, vering his connection, he felt that
hi was separating himself from some
of ihe' besl frien Is he ever had. He
would never fo g, I th, pi, as anl rela-
I ions whit h ha I always existed bet-
������' en them. After again thanking
Mr Adams and the staff for iheir kind
gifts, Mr. Macgowan broughl bis few
remarks to  i close.
Lavergne   Adams   will   assume   the
: position   vacated   by   Mr.   Macgowan,
e ommencing his   I iti, a on Saturday.
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Correct   Milliner
for
Easter,
Nowhere ir;
you find gathers
together a moi
comprehensive
showing ofEastel
hats. Not just
few pretty one|
but every hat individual in itseld
gance of trimming and fascinating
shape.
A word of advice is here given te
who desires her hat for Easter.
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A bsolute A ccuracy
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is   a special feature here.
Your  doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put  in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
and measures   proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to  have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
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We remember how so many left thei irs jas
year until the last few days before Eaj
many were disappointed at not receiving their nev
hat.    It will be the same this year if i reno
given at once.    If given now,  will sei ,.- you
orders are turned out when required.
We extend an invitation to all to
New Easter Showing.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock Btil
New goods arriving dailj-.   Lat, st st; les and be : I ���
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Fcur  Fleers.       Rear Extern Front 5:
Easter
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I 'he train 11 ing deluye :. General
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j until long    rter ml Inlght.   The revis-
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follow   :The   General r, ich   In
St.   Andr, e\'s     Pre    ivterian     church,
Van, ouver, Goo 1   no n 1
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di liver his 1,       e on "The Secret ,
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217-219 Columbia St.
I J. J. MACKAY & GO'S |
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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Modem Cottage on 6th St. below 4th Ave., with
lol and one-half. In first-class state of repair
$2500.   Terms. '     '
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; fine lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location. ^$1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair-
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St. $2000 for
both.   Terms.
6-room Cottage in East End; modern.   $2500.
Terms.
FROM
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
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LANGLEY, 312.   Eighty acres; 20 clear id and balance light timber; small house and
fenced; 300 bearing fruit trees; good water;
cows. hogs, machinery and impli i       ��� The
whole as a going concern.   $3100.   Terms.
LANGLEY, 306.   160 acres, partly cleared;  !-room
house, small barn and outbuildings; orchard
60 trees; on good road; convenieni
post office and school.   Price $2100. terms.
SURREY, 221.    150 acres 1 1-2 miles fro    'A"���1'-
dale.  25 acres cleared, balan-        bottom
land, easily cleared: 6-room hi
etc.; 1-2 mile from school, chun
and store.    Price $50 per acre.
Dominion Trust Coo
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
EASTE
With that, one thinks of daintt
Collars and Belts, Chic Blouses W
Stylish Dress Skirts.
We have them at
! F. J. HART & CO., Ltd J W WHITE HOUSE
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A. J. BIRTCH
���275 Columbia St.

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