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 Read the magnificent offer
of The Daily News on page 2
Read the magnificent offer
of The Daily News on page 2
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 8
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. (
A1TRDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, Iim;
Id CENTS PER WEEK
,AZAAR BRINGS
MUCH MONEY
FOR GOOD CAUSE
BASEBALL TODAY.
YOUNG MEN ENTERTAIN.
lost Successful Sale of Recent Years Has Grand Wind Up ,    _  ^^
i "V*   last  match a   feeling    thai   thej   can
Two   S:rcng  Teams   Play   This   After- Successful     Reception     Tendered     to
rc&n���Excitement    Promised. Ladies  of  Queen's  Avenue Church.
\n   exciting  baseball   match   is   on A  highly entertaining an.!  success-
.   .;  -  :  ;              .,,...   ,vhen the '",  reception lasl   nighl  was tendered
Royal   Citj   teams!t0 lhe  ladles o{ the   Qlleeu's  avenue
.   . n< i'    moi '���    trj   conclusions in
Queen's   Park   :i   -   ...   in,    Since  the
S TA TEMENT SHO WS
SALARIES PAID
TO TEACHERS
The  Daily News   Wins   From  Province  in
Popularity Competition���G. iN   n..
Wins   Easily.
."C?    sveri   eli   ���      ��� id thi
^.'.
led ��i:li.
Hr"'   tot""   receipts   from   the   Roer.an
'jplt .I'M. LM.t".l     to    $1,475,
e'thc     . . ���   ; ������     . e it���."'.!,iy   being  $620.   As
��� total excenses will not exceed $75.   Sophie Ii|    au.   It is understood that | F. Bilodeau. p.; G. Gifford, I,.;  II   Flet
ffl& sulenflid  success  of  the  uno'ertak- J     .... |[S]J(
���
���     .    ont     .   Mi.-s J
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ;l" , I'llll    ��� ���<���!,..'ii: ;    111,'   hlllli
���        M,.".   the Royal City team has   cUfttlou  ,,,   .,    M-  c,;lrk falr)y   br,ng
'    ::'       '    he   "'-": "   ":   the   lng down the house, and    I'hi   Pump
���'-  '"   ,he <>"n'   kin  Case" a farce  trial, kepi   the au
iwess the gauntlel   ,;.,,���,, ,��� ,, ,,.. 0,  ,aughte]     R, ,,,   ���
'     ���   IW" down. AsLenta were the .served   Mowed
'���' l��ractlBln8 hard   ,lniq, xhibition   of club   swing
! ii Ing   thi    week,   some  goo 1     sharp
��� V- cu d     'i | e '. ams will line
, - follow s ;
Hig i     S3 ',  i       il.    Mun i,    captain;
Methodisi  church,  bj   the   young men 	
ol   Professor lien-wash's  Bible class
The i        mne. though short, was New  Westminster   Pedagogues   Receive   Lower   Average
imeeas re- '
Remuneration Than Educators in Other  Parts of
The   Province���Partiality   in   Increasing
Salaries Displeases Many.
can te seen at a glance.
iis in' m   a.m  telephoned  i
ifflct er ( i'Boj le at tl
[feature   of thi   evi ning
innini        -M      i       et, of a
th ing, with  the reqtiesl       ndsoi a cm  a ass set.   ', h ���   Irawini
,   ���   . .  ,;   .  '' m : i. .:;... t;. Corbet, rf.;
.    ...   tie,   cent.;   L.   Mack,   cf.;   0.
��� ,  ! I..
Fl \V. C innlngham, capl ilri
���     S   anse a, L.   Robson,   i b.;   \.
M     II)
lishi :  an i   his  thanks
. lai .��� on  tin   plal     ...  ... Go ih
In   people of Xew West-   inking tin    Ickei    rawn from the hai   ''   Pee    es, I.f.
ibe   activi    Inti re I   the\ ;t  ���' ��ungst.   .  and annotini ing
Kfcnn ' -  "   '     ,;''1'    '        ���   H. ,; "   ihem,  and wl :      i,     atlsfaction   tli
Sha'       ' ;   v   ,'";:'1"' ''"   a mosl enjoyabli   time had been spenl
1     ���'    .       m 1    thli   feature, thi    ,  In an articli      i  llshed In the Dailj     chooi    oard In th. ��� aci
ii niii   ������       darkeni :   the   clubs,   News   yesterday    the  statement   was   statement   maj   seem   Incredlb      i ie
which   were  In   fi        Ightod   to clu -    made  that   the average Balarj   of the   following detailed statement, s]
pel  a  i inal  and  prettj   New  Westmlnstei  school teacher was   thi   salaries    paid    In   the    difl    enl
���'��� ���       Tie   accompaniments   dtirln     below   the average paid  l>;    nj   oth r  e hools is published;
hi    . ,,;:,     were    rei lered    bj    the	
Sun la;   si I   eand  undi i   the su ���
ol   I .��� .   ei   i   \   Smith,
The entei tainmenl   was brouj h
,'   elos<   bj   sing   ig   the   Xai lonal   an
���.-. in    ts. a stati in ni ol  i he   s     .   .-  paid  to leat hei -  in    I ie
"���   ish  Columbia .-  compare    with those ol  New   Westminster
X
V.
1 ;. all.
take eli zaar.
.   . ij    lazaar  which   closed
ie k's hall lasl evening w.as
i in      ne ol th-.' most successful af-
e i   ::'.-  kind held In  New West-
ster tm   many  years  past, the to-
eceipts fen- the week amounting to   .. ,es   ,.,  ,..,  ,,, raffle
��� thing in the neighborhood of ont
sand dollars.    Apart  from the ex-
I^ni fin; Mei..; sl en ling, the Interest
9n in ��� ��� ; . ar, and I he different
ks an ! contests connected with it
jalnly stamp ii as one of which the
Inizers may well be proud. The
was emptied aboul twelve o'clock
evening,   Father   O'Boyle  and   a
COUpli- nf m is"\ assisiants along remaining behind tu count up ihp ro-
ceiptii foi   the   last day.
numl er,   w hile   Mi -.  Gou'el   sear. ' ���
lugh the   iook in fin ! oui the lucky
1 i )?.<��� winnei 's name,    1i. r constei na-
".en  to  read her own   name    epp
hi   winning number was onlj in 'rea ���
ed by the hilarity the In i ��� ni causi
There were many very vain  ble ai
ih" "piei ���
TROUBLE BREWS        FLAMES WIPE OUT
AT PRINCE RUPERT     STEVESTON'S SHAME
Se nlor Grade
n slstance" I <��� i11���-��� a silvi . tea eet, value i al $60, which was won by C.
Henry, an employee of I he Roj al City
Mills. The drawing was done by
\I ister W. Gilchrist One i : the must
popular wins m' the evening was that
.1. Leamy, who appropriately won
the Munis chair, valued at $25. The
handsome torchon lace dress madi' by
tbe French Sisters of Christian Instruction of St, Louis College, w< nl I i
Mrs.  F. m. Gaynor.    W,  s.  Collis
First Asst... 7.". 65
Second Asst. Tm t',."i
Third Asst..
.   intermediate Grade
��� ���,���   ��� Fourth Asst.57.50 57.60
r .LS DISAGREE AT SITE OF FU-1 DISREPUTABLE SECTION OF FISH-   Fifth Asst.       50 52.50
Principal....? 100 $100 $ 125 $125 $125 $120 S 105 .? 105 $135 $100 $100 $100 100
TJRE    METROPOLIS���W A TT S'
!=OCR  OPINION.
Km
65
65
ING     TOV/N      IN     ASHES���CITI-   Sixth Asst..
I Seventh Ast
2EN5 WORK  heroically. junior Gradt
.	
su
70
65
56
60
-i    ,;l-,, 70.80
Tn 72.51   69.17
'���  69.17
65
65
65
News from the north woul-d aeem to
li licati thai affairs al Prince Ruperi
. ��� noi moving as smoothly or as rap-
> ��� as might be di sired by those In-
���   ���-- ��� !     J.   Watt,  of   Similkameen,
,j   veston, April   ".���To accompaniment   of a   wild   southwesterly   gale
nnd the poundings of wind tossed wn
ler  against   the dyke    and    cannery
wharves  nearby, every   las'   standing
The interesi  in the two big contests ,.if.   .,  ,.,,w,   ,,  ,
^Jl sui, a  most   iianilsnnii' Japanese een-
toa��..���,��   '���� '    '       "   '"���   ""nute. tre piece, valued at $25, wenl to Mrs
"��'   v;1Ct��n   ,:     "'   tW��   W,nners C.  Dynes,  while  the  $25  gold   watch
led to be mus, popular.   The Daily was drawn bj  W. J. Burr.   Other win-
f('wh?   '    :   been leading its ri- ,,,sw������,   lillsti(. ,.���,,.,, won  v
'""   x'"''   '���"   Province,  nearly ,;,������.,:   ,--:.Ii(h ao���   W()I; ,,v ,.   p
who1'   time'     ���"''"'     ��"  '"'    t^ im;   cut   .lass   sei    won   by   Ml -    \
0? tvr the outdde paper, and won Turnbull; fancy cluck   won bv  I    Car
'��� I ��� has in-: returned from the north- board   of  Steveston's lllfamed   China
���   n   ��� iwnslte,   says thai   the     Pacific "!W11 disappeared in Bmoke and flame
C 'asl  Sti vedor ���  company  have been between th  and bIx o'clock yester-
orden i   to  cense  their  land clearing 'mv morning.    With  the exception ofl
oi.erations on  the Tsimpsean Reserve one house occupied hy Japs and an old
nds.    The   orttei   was  given  by the building in its rear, every one ol thi
the   Provincial   Govt rnmenl evil smelling shacks, and rookeries of-
"   '    ',".', declined to obey on Idallj  designated as "Chinatown, No.
   H   - any such ordef shtrald '   Road" has disaptftsared nft' \)\<- \-.\a-
with seventy-eighl voles to spare,   m.iTsm-er"ami glaM'friilt Btand* won   '   ' "'    '    ""  '''''" r"i'"'1 Sl Iy ;,n!' ��   the eBr��1'
.   Rolan(] CHff,   musJM]   plock' '���" ""��� '���     umpany with whom their      Thai th. whole town waa not burned
.J   D.  Sullivan;   torchon   lace  collar    " "     "  ""' " "V    T'"' matter rests '" d,ie whol,y '" ,he ,"���,"i,' w"rk "f ;i
������  i'i the supporters of   won by Miss Margaret Lewis ���       hi ���> the present, according to Mr. number  of citizens  who  manned  the
iei   were on hand to an-   v .,,, tl',. m,.   r^,���i=       ,'  ', V'"-        '���''''   understood before he pictnTosque old engine which is Stev ,
r       'Hill   (J \    ,M l S.   1^'WIH     rill   EillSS   S(?l     WOI
.   '..  '    !'l!   that   the   i   ovlncial   iwlice   were Eton's only fire    fighting    apparatus,]
��� ' 58.33
60 54.17
60
60 .r0
65 52.60
56 52.60
50
45
55
.VI
60
(ill
Eighth Asst    45 W.SO r,r)    60 65 60
Ninth Asst.62.-60      50 60     60 66 60
Tenth Asst .52.60 52.50 *'ri    60 65 60
Eleventh "       (15      40 7.ri 72 70
Twelfth   " 45
Thirteenth "
Average   .... 63     57 7s    71 77 72	
In iii" New Westminster lisi the first column is the amount paid In the
liojs' School, ami the second the GUIs' School; in the Victoria list the first
��� presents the amounts i aid the male teachers, and the second the
c,t\      63
100
90
75
80
66
0-r<
CO
li")
lib
(in
66
50
���17
72
SO
70
65
e.u
56
50
80
60
56
50
60
50
(12     .12     69   85
ci lu Mil   '
i< male  teachei
I
on the tally board al ihe
N'i ws 509,  Province   I'll.
lien.
���  ry of the popular morn-  by Mrs. Goulet; cushion, won bj Mrs
DeWolf Smith; Mr. Monahan won the
can : li s, which he mi I g. n. ronsl)
��� ���. ��� back to the bazaai to be aire
��� ' ru i off, whi re T. ,1, Trapp, ove
come by his own eloquence, bid cait
ev. ��� one i Ise and piiTchas e i foi nine
dn ;m m Manj ���' her nrtlclw wei ���
a. rded to ih>v Incky winners, Includ-
inu the centre table presented bj W,
Fai.*.
���i
i E
���    whi n    the   result    was   an-
Deed.   Cries of "Platform" brought
I.m ������. who had been selected as
 representative of the Daily Xews.
"beta '.'. i ��� a       '.e,is pre-
Senti   i    ���'��� ed 1 ':���   idi'd    i aue,   do-
nate i  b-.   ^ M,." .-a. ..| Saperton,
In a   i. ���.'. !���    \l-    i.in ������ expressed
nig   e mm.'    li.. . in:' been   sue-
Cesat'i'   mi ,     . > t f   ��� bu |.i'i/".  and    |.
���tnariki'el   ihe   public   foi   tTie   Interest
they had       , ��� ... ,eri"'si bel ween
the  i na: ...      ii.,   remarked
that  ibi ,   ���, .     .pi,' in   a  large
.mea'   :;. ���',.    ...,,;.'.    i      ..,,  ��� l    ,,;���   'be
ilEJiW'1' ni committee whlcli had been or-
��� /i'ii to further the interests of the
. and hearty thanks were exten !
������ them.
1,'    n      '    if   ibe   railway  contesi
���ni" im ' ''   m el<   . 'e   thirty, when
ilackbon rd hoi i   fl c ures ci t Inp i he
������    it.  HOI   ..'.     . - i  the c   P   ;:.
Illl    b<    'Ml   Jl   hi;' |01 i1..'   Of   I S5   Vi I.
or of the Hill    oad.    I-'. C,  Vley-
: :'     a in������ ��� lie 11, N, It., seeun I
hand   u -  chin      ��� *   don 1   bj
Uie  i Val. -.   in
Ik.'t,     Loud      ��� noted  th.
un       .   Cl    \    R    had
itltho . poin
i see E     Itnilol     nil  lhe C   P,  It.
B.  . d,   :���������:.  an I  Mi       0 ml. I
The onlj place where Balarles are
i". any way on a par with Nev, Westminst. ''.- stilsrl. m is \'iciiTiia. with an
nverage of |64.50, this being $4.50 bel
ie i ihan New Westminster, when. ih<
literal."' for boys and girls Is $60. The
New  Westminster  teacher under  ihe'
��� -in system, comes on the Btaff at
a salary which is set bj the truste. .
and  he has no guarantee as to whe
STRAW   IS  SCARCE.
Farmers   Have   None   to   Soare,
Livery   Men   Are   Puzzled.
and
ll
Liverymen and  parties using straw
��� ��� bi ginning     i      ratch   fhefr  heads
ii. I wondei  where I he next loi of I his
ul an ie ���'.��� Is       ii fn    fi om, as ibi; -
���  its   of   sti '���.'.    ���: "Me   local    ,m nu i s
have  con ii. iel.   . cased,
Strav     '      '   - n
ire.     i m ��� ml sen     I of tin
��� I : .  .       .   ;     this  matti     slate
tbal  thej   have e It cai
,���  procur.
Th. ���   ��� ,     lo bo n.    ��� -      nation
iei  ' han     al     ���    arm.      i    the b.
Inning   of winter,   bin ned   whnl
hey   had  on   hand,   noi   nnttel
1   m'   a   long siege of c. Id   weal her,
..    v   ���.,    ;,;,.   .:,,..   ;,,   enforce the j nr'^  iM spite of scorching heal   and a
. e. . ti r'ltnble hail of burning shingles and
The work   of t-learlng  the trrwnsite  ' nders, kept the hose playing <m the
...u,     ., ,,.,, ,mh  a,)0Ut  frame   building  bul   a   rew   feel   ills-   ����e expiration o   om
:,     ,    .    m,,,:     beenstump    lant from the fiaming shacks. For np-1 Vears" as the raatter of lncrea8e "
ip   to   tin sent,  and lhe  work I ward of an hour ther.' was little hope
���������   lng for want of com-   "r  confining   the   lire   and     incipienl
.1,..,,   nanagement, '���'''"' started in  half n dozen differ-
In   regard   to   the  future of   Prince |en1  l|;ll'N of l,1(' '""'"��� carried by the
"M|r," ��� m r, V.'.u i is of lhe opinion thai
iin   po     ch  ��� ��� der of the soil and the
I m;i|mm ediniate'   will   prevenl ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
���!:     i   rthom   town  from   becoming a   nb,e hell' "'' Messrs.  DeForest,  Howe
serlou       hose In the southern   :l" '  "thers,  the  fire was  kept  within
il    h      rinc      Thu  boII,  h.'   ' '' m !s   '"''"   w,l"n   ;,;;   hojies of   pre
i       :     ..  |    ...   .,   |, -,  nature,   very   '���' ntina ll    spn n 1 ha ' been given up. j
;i.,,   :l,h|   Very tu,.  The  projirietor of the Star hotel, but
glabie, elm    necessai      to   drive  '' hundred yards away, offered to sell]
,;,,   ���   to bed l icl   In order to se      '   nls  Interests  In   the  hotel  for $11
���oundati in   fi i   buildingi     ' ' '"''' ; lil!'1 " ' ,;f,''"'��� >"' his build
qualifications of the man, Should
such a Bchedule be adopted, it w ml i
gffectually elu away with anj p -;l
bility of partiality <m the pari i the
trustees to Individual teachers. The
teachers have so far been verj moderate In their demands, the schedule
asked for being only what they, ind
numbers of disinterested parties, consider jusi and reasonable, as will be
seen by a comparison nf averag. -.
Greenwood,  a   seine i]    of    only    two
high wind.
finder the din ctlon of J. O'Neill and
Chief of Police Morrison and with the
ther  an  Increase  will   be  granted   at
year, or    ten rooms, paj lng an   average    mont',^
 ^^^^^^   :il-I : alary   of  SVe.  whilu  utla'i's vn'^.r,   I
together In the hands of the board and I the  way  up from  $64.60.    'c^(, .,...,,
even  should   the  teacher  show  good
results al  the i nd of the school a.'ii',,
ii' the board do nol feel Inclined I a I
vi nee his salary. ,he has to take the
same salary or go i Isewhere, and the
' nchei feel thai a schedule Bhould
be adopted which would five a d. -
finite standard of increase from yai
in  year.
Ing  lack  of action on   ,h> pari  ot  -i"
trustees  is causing  considerable  dis
cusslon   and comment  In manj   quar
lers,   and should   a   favorable    i le
stand ng not be reached by the m u  h
of June, Mu- unpleasant f-1"  ;''
that New VV'estmlnsti r will ,os'-
f,r  ''"'  most  able and  console
in  due accordance with the j workers on its educational staff
ESTIMATES BROUGHT DOWN.
n    in j      ���.>
Ing escaped entlrelv.
GOLD DEPOSIT
VICTORIA BRUTES
ON TRIAL TO-DAY
Finance    Minister    Tatlow    Claims
Surplus  of $366,000.
LARGE  LOGGING C^MP.
 _
i
a t Two   Hundred   Loggers   Employee!   on
Big  Timber Tract.
e
:i :,.    Mosl
- ,i
- i,
Nanalmo, April " \       gin
has   n   n establish. I [usl   ��� Iqvi ti
Ba:     It Is i epoi ted I hal b. twe ���
and   : wo  ;' Ired ��� i    ait   ���
',,     i valuable I
Tatlow   timtiei            11 ed     t local in
'.loughi down th.                        I madi      esl The
'
RICH PAY STRUCK IN
VE R���S Y \ D I C A T E
CLAIMS  IN   EAST  END.
VANCOU
STAKES
3SAULTED GIRL  16 DELIRIOUS���
DRANK   PORTER   AND   SMOKED
CIGARETTE S  IN  OLD SHACK.
beech.   So fai ��� ��� ie 1     est   ev. llsiietl
in   till
���'���   i    "!'the bazaar.	
",""'i''';v   ������'"'    "'���������   riwai,(1   ^^and'Mte^aTger^Tnnn'JueT'oVbeddTn
' ",;"1'    :  " '!il1'"'"'^  Prizes In the    lrl:1   ,���,���;,,. ,,,,,,,1,,,,,.
drawings were given out, Owing	
n',|'<' bi ing a  large number of tie-
on thc  i liver  set,  presented   by
piirns,  n|   Vuncouvei .    i emaining
P'l.  P.  VV.  I.nc was  requested to
t.'ir   before   the   public once   mure.
I   '
'.'   un li
McGill Burns.
Montreal. Que., April 5.���The Engin
Vani     .    .   ' 5 acei
mining ..."      ked rig!     n the
":,M "; v ���"'   ' :��� on a charge of having committed
1'he   discovery  of  gold   nuggets,    h      ������. a      ill  m dn little girl In  V;
���   '    nt.  ���   ���   i'i
ii
ted to
' Ity,    The   fi
ll : gi sl   nf v. mm m      ' irne i  a   .'tilue ol
rim
des
             . _   McGill   CJnlversItv   were   lulnlh
���dispose of the remaining chances,   troyed   by  Are  this    morning,     Th
Ir   a   siitiic.ieni   number  had   been , loss will exceed a million dollars.
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lorta   W^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^'^^i^HH
and  Mechanical   buIldTngs"��of' $15, l('''' '" ">e staking of these claims! hi;lf. "'' the crown,  asked  for un nd
rnmenl I ill torn ���      t at ti n,       I
"",:;"'   ' '    ons  ;'r" in   l'",i,  Hlggli 'peared   -
this   nn ml   comfortably   Inhabiting j a   ence, asl   I for an adjournmen   till
II I will b. le acquis
Ition to the tow n from flnai
othi       nnd] ilnl        The  logs ���
I to both Canadian an
���   ���  a ports.
   ^^^^^^^^^^^M^b" r.'
Victoria, April   .".    The   three ,, ,     claims  ti   surplus  ol   ' I Ishmenl of ,.   whaling  btation   on
ned bj ll dice were this mor    P 1,000, and provision has been made  Denman Island,    Vn  Vmerican Eas
raigned In    the    city    police  fei  anothei   $100,000   lelng applied  to  project In view.   Whales are verj  nu-
���i��.��.i!tin-  building   of   Vancouver's    coun   merous In  this vicinity, and such an
hi ise, and a sum of $65,000 for im-  industry on Denman would be a profl
provements al Point Grey,   The latter  able investment.
sum Is in addition to th.   i i ilai   al  ;	
lowances foi    ur\  y, and alsa to tho     Ottawa, April 5.���Lord Aylmer,  in
>EAD the list of premium books on pa^e two of ���.
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' .   es, ih.' foundations of which resl   Saturday,   The case was accordingly
Me  auriferous alluvial  deposit,  which  eel down for Saturday at 10 a.m.
���ied, as the uli Bonanza claims The 8,rl w""' " j< al,eged' w;l : ""'
...    , , ' icl Im,  v\a i sufficiently  recover, d  to
I-.lemdybe region. ,                              ,       ,,     ,   ,
m ike a statemenl to the police today,
W. llarner is the man  who found Detectives   Perdue  and   rainier  tooh
the nuggets.   He did m while engaged her deposition, which, as far as can
'������ putting down a drain on the north ' learned/ tallies closely with thai of
,;-."i"' a| *li;"' "    ror   Rlch ;,;   BPector General of the Canadian I   II
riding,
NEW CHIEF FOR  VANCOUVER.
as
the
,iib' of  Keefer  Btreel   between  Core
i Dunlevy avenues about two weeks
lier little sister,   She states thai one
���I the men asked her to meel him on
""    A syndicate wai   formed among I'he nighl in question.   Together with
1   rew   "'���' Ma   Intimate   friends,  and  her sl   er  she  was taken  to an old
were  driven  Into the  ground house   opposite the   fire   hall,   when
Ft.yy  Grandpa Chisholm   May   Be  Sue
cccdcd  by   Former Montreal   Man.
vpsterday   morning
i. Im ���  v ithln  I
: ictly le gal,
'."li"  staking  of
limits Is per-
they   all   dianli   purler   and   sm ike I
tia has been reti ��� I n April I, ffe
":i|i no .:. finite knowledge of the fad
until last evening, His retirement is
not of his seeking. Lord Aylfuer is |n'
the host of health, Is | racticaUy hea I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ol   ���   t'anadian   mililia,  next  I
  minister, and has earned evei
Ottawa,   Vprll  5.���II  Is stated  thai   '"' has obtained on pure merit,   it is
Mr, Chamberlain, second In command   8al<J  that he Is  to  be succeeded  by
ol   the  Dominion police,  which is in  Ool. Vidal.    The order retiring Lord
charge of Col. Sherwood, has received   Aylmer waa approved  by  Lord Q ���
a tentativo offer to become Chief ol  1o'"iy.
Police rn' Vancouver.   The mailer is ���	
now  being considered.    Chamberlain:    Thdngs along the waterfronl
formerly a detective in Montreal,  quiet yesterday.   The  rteamer'Duns-
i ~   . i''""1  f<"' a number of years has been muir got in earlv In the mnmtn.. ���'i.i
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1507,
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
NOTICE L-! HEREBY GIVEN that the
Assessment   Hull   i'ur  the  year   1907
has been returned to nt''. ami remains
in my office, where it may lee inspected by any person having an interest
therein, until the silling Of lhe Court
cf  Revision.
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will lee held at the City Mall, iu the
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person intending in appeal againsi
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h'ast seven days before the tirst sitting of  the  Court,
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little fellows worked to keep the home
on.
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sters' wages were useful wbeu "l'ey-
ther" was out of work tho inspector
replied:
"A mere quibble, ma'am. Your husband bus constant work, but is too
lazy to do it.   llis employer told me
so."
���'Then it's a wicked story, and I'm
not particular who hears me say it!"
cried the woman Indignantly. "My
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bar none, Why, he was up ut .lay-
break this mornin' teachin' my youngest lad to swim, an' he's walked ten
liiih's across plowed fields to Hy n pigeon an' won a bounce ball contest uu'
:i leuxin' match since dinner, an' now,
to wind things up," she nil.led as a
filial proof uf her husband's amazing
industry, "he's down in the wood yonder Iraiuin' his .beg to catch au' kill
rabbits without leavln' the marks uf
his teeth un 'em. if you want more
work than lhat crowded into a .lay,
you must be a regular nigger driver."���
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I went into that business, I sot VI
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that the largest areas of the unknown
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tin; Sahara, the desert of Arabia, and
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coast, bave scarcely entered their vast
forest maze, though tbey teem with
rubber and other resources. -Cyrus C.
Adams in Harper's.
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U largely composed of a substance
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I could liinl; a dozen plates, Bllver
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Origin of Species - Darwin
Our Mutual   Friend���Dickens
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Swiss Family  Robinson
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Toilers  of the  Sea���Hugo
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.                       ' , ���-
yiCt                       c, morning and even The Scallop.
|jj��    i                            mI'.   .'.hen Tin-stall..;, can   m. hor Itself as well
WBBWfflK*h.��t��3T- -VH9 JBWKM^BBWWtVTiVriWFT-!
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
the
af
cow
Ditf
7 p,i
ate
��'.'���>
jj.m,:
erarj
8 ;P.I
���   lie     i office
iii       - ar el. ch
as any ship. Ii never falls to drop Its
anchor on tbe approach of rough
weather,   Tbe scallop, lying in its bed
Refornn I Episco a of shoal water, foresees n storm in
'...   di    B. Owen,  reel ������    true sailor  fashion  and  at  once  puts
Sundai    ii      ni   and   out a tough and flnstic little cable from
Ida     ,ch��Kil." 2   li   |..m.'   All   ! 1"'i'" .!"'':   '.* L.i,1Kt'
. Ipi ii San i.i.   i chool.
This cable it
fastens firmly to the u. an : r ���'.. It
is then secure' in  tbe vilest   weather.'
THE    POPULAR    TRAXSCON
TIXEXTAL    LINE.
Running   Thixi i h    i'.rsi class   Pullman, Tourist and Dining Cai - dailj.
Atlantic express 1. av. s al   15: 10.
Seattle an 1 ; oints soul li, s ��� ;> i
For other partictilai.  api Iy to
E. .1. COYLE. ED. GOULEJ,
A. G, P, A. Agenl  ('.!'.'���'.
DICK'S
RENNIES OLD  COUNTRY  WATER-
n PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
SEED
K
ilaptisl   church���Rev.   M.  L.   He who wades through scallop haunted
,/   ,.a...,.     preaching    on   shoals ns a storm approaches may see
at 31 a.m., and at 7 ] ,m : San
moi and I Ible i lassi s al 2:110
I'oung   Pi iph s'   social   and   lit-
the tiny shellfish  mooring themselves
on all sides with silent bustle.
Vancouver.
\e b   Westminst.
Men-of-war on Paper.
ting mi  Monday evening im      Each man-of-war Is bulli upon paper
Mi Iw. e ,,   ],:���,.., r  nn eting  on ��� before a single plnte of steel is forge I
Iat   evening
mum   Bo; .-'
Not   only ar.-  tl e  length  nnd  breadth
��� ,   meets   on   Friday   evening ai of u ship decided upon, bul the naval
i.;���i constructor can tell to an ounce how
7*3*    "     '      of Sunday morning set- mucll watef she will displace when her
Jaoa:    '"'  ���'    "Evening:  "The cords armor and guns nre mounted upon her,
0? a a .mi how many times bi r propellers will re-
?v>.��� . ,,   , ,, rolve in a minute with a given pressure
QU.e 1, -    \W!|!|,     Me-!:e,;|si    -Rev.W.        ,      , , . r ,1
of steam an,I how manv teens of coal
H- BaM'" ":- l;A- ia5;"'"- Services im ,���������. mDst ,���, consumed to attain a
at 11 a.m. ami , )i.m.: Sunday school certain rate or speed. London Graphic,
and    Itii.le    i.'iii.-s 2:30    p.    m. 	
His Gloomy Life.
"Whai." asked tbe sweet girl, "was
the happiest momenl of your life '���"
"The bappiesl moment of my life,"
answer.'il the old bachelor, "was when
the ji'u.'ler took back an engagemeut
rliiK ami gave iue sleeve links In exchange."
I    Slihje
I      "Mm-i
ject uf San.lay morning sermon:
MorniiiM Walch." Evening: "Chris
liana' Fi-- Duties . Life." Lord's
Bupixr ��������� artak. n of Imniediat.
ly afte ..   ev. niiiL'  s.���;���
���vice.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer ejf .
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
i
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
JUSTJjTO HANI'.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Ode! Lines at giving away prices.
Sec our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
���t   -iny��'"-.y lyasjv
E&mzr
Westminster Iron Works illr^S
NE IJ '	
SIMPLE AND
LASTING
GENERAL MACHINE AM'
WOKK.
We. ���:.:.'.;.���'���. |M  ',.   Mi.   M
g^.^' Se   \ ie es, i.i  a in. and  7
in laj  ���. hool, 2: 30 p.m.
ton    Methodist,  ���  Rev.    .'..
[tastor,    Sim.lay  services,  li
Inquiry   as  to  a   Holdup.
She (slerniy.    \\ l:>   wen   J'otl PO late
last ii,tilil:    I [i   ...|. ilogeti ally i    I   was
held ii|i on my \>.iy li .me.    She (still
Bternly)   Were   yon   too   far   p .:..-   to
Sundi .   waib al V   BaWin   r- American.
th League, Mondav, S p.m.     ���	
.
For electric Blgn . dynamos, motors, S!M!J SM1TH1NU, r.itii".i. and
fans,'phone Bxtures, shades, bells, bat- STRUCTURAL IKON     WORK.
u'.':������*.   wire  and   cables  of all   kinds Ornamental   iron   won:,   including
and    Izi  .    House wiring.    Motor in Fences, Gales, Fire Kneai.es, etc
���     lng a s| eclall t.    All kinds of re
I airs promptly atten l.-.l to.
JOHN REID,
Mail ure'frs ami correspondence ln
rlted.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE  30J.
N>��-   \��'
H'tJII!!'; NTKI-iiM.
tmtrjp'er (������.   i).   <74
'
).C McKer
am. a
Bible
Y  P.
���v c cvenin
ii Irew's  Presbyterian- Rev. j,
on,   pastor.     Sunday s. i
' . 7 p.m.;Sunda y -  h
ses,    2:30     p
i ning Bermon: ' Spirit i tl
��� eaini;:   '"1 lie   Gam   in
���    '.vt.   lan   -Rev.   I".  War i
M.A.,    i"i D.,    minister,
ind   7 : mi:' ;   Still-
���    I Bible cl;    . 2:30 p.m.
.Sapperton��� Rev.    D,
0A., ] astor,   Services,  11
���   |i ni.:   Sunday  school . n .
���M   2:30   p.m.;    n c itlng  ol
������ ���  Imm. Iii ti   .   after the
Ijiik     in2iffl111 ''liT:    as well as sanitary rtsults are
v_���i...yL cbtaine d from th�� use of Alabastia*. Instead cl deteriorating with age. it actually
becmnr-, harder, until at last it forms
part of the wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-coyering for tha
most handsome rooms, leaving your walls frse from the delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and catting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All'kinds cf BRONZES, PAiNTS, OILS, &c.
Q*ii .-���. Me   ...
and >
eve'fJ'
*cnODI
Bd4tj��
m
Ti :.       I reel   San le
���Ul IT       111.;   S .:. :.. 'ii i e|   . ���
... i h, Rei     I. A. S
Wrtflef, ... :,.,.   i i   a
-'"������ *W ;iil1-     ���'. in.
��' ' Goincj to Enaland,
Hi   ���;,'. .
"^]pul   ' '������
Ni* P1 	
^^���B.''    U     Pierce,  n   graduate   of
���.   o   .;���  Rl   pres
>'ing  in   Roches!  r.
'ane
f< '���   W. T. Heddle, Vancouv. i;
Curri..    Vancouv. r;    J,    A.
M. li Hanaghin, V.
ion, .1.  Lyle Telford, Q, F. C.
llayni'S.       Vancou mi;
Ma   . . Des Rxx h
or���J. p, Tipley and svlfe, M,
' ��� erta;   P. Grantham, Van-
'-' on Allen  an,i    wife,   and
\    m " i ���   of    the    King    of
om . a, .   r,   Bouchet,   P II :
George   Wren,    Victoria;   B,
f1   SHverd il. ;   \.  s,  Chrl
I
f1'    ''   l<   I..". V in Oliver; C,
I      i   i, ���
J. H. TODD
egi   to   inni   ni e th     he now lias In
.   th.   '...'���   lisl i.i records mantlet n red    Ij     ii."    EDISON    PHONO
GRAPH COMPANY, comprising selection    ': "in all i ia' grand operas, T ipi
���  "m-     Bun     ...   .��� I nn !  Secular
���   c Violin, Piano nml other Instru
men al  solos,
THE li IMS un PHONOGRAPH,
��������� 'mi Ii for purity . f sound, durabillt>
i.i.i ������ nn. . . tiled In Ihe worl I
.  I ���      .m ;i.e '       al    :' ���   i dlowlng
'���      	
     yy,
Stand    '    	
$:'.-,
Home      	
��� ;.
li
500
���" .     ci 'i   ,e �� . h   lie  ar-
i    |i
of   the   new   ni
:.-    ii . ire  enablei   me now
I ' ��� ���      : rom   time   lo   time,
��� - m ,. |i mu   M, ( ji in
i   en   to  tin       qiilslt.    nn I idlei
luce] he i gone) of Ihese
���' onio in I hear Hie
��� ��� Ih.   Bast, and listen
ie i1 ondroim grand, in  and power
oni   i v.""'   i Ingers- Ixith  in  Grand
0    ra and D din
Pianos (Nordheimer, New Scale Williams, Dominion), Ortpns of the best
known  makers.
Musical instruments and sheet inn
tic of every description always in
stock.
J. H. TODD
New   Westminster's    Music   House
BURR BLOCK,   -   Columbia Street
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
limited
��� 2fc
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL   AND   RESERVE
TOTAL  ASSETS
$8,290,000
48,400,000
Eighty-five  bn
ih" world.
���iii'M, with Ci    . ipondents  thr mg]
out
."SAVINGS    BANK
ONE noi.' \;> opens an   ic.    mi    [nl r.   I added foi
lime'.- a year,   .- tar! ti -day.
NEW WE3TMIN8TER  BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Mnnager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  PVENIN05, 8 TO   9    :''CLOCK.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Miinittucturers and Dealers in All Kinds  ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sa.oh;   Doors,  j
Interior Finish,    Jiurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
	
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
i Telephone 12. New Westminster
��� ��������������������*>���m*
��� ��������*
3
<*te.',;; THE  DAILY   XEWS
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, al ti: ih-
offices, corner of Sixth and front
streets, Xew Westminster, B, C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
Ker Sponse Cake.
Dry Salt���each tiny grain keep- A young briele-. after serving lei be;-
f    u  ..,,4  ^,,,=.^1        M��v��r       husband a Sunday dinner tbal wis soma   Iresn  and   piquant.       (Never ���. , ,
i ���      i ��� M/iMP,cr,D -tad! c       s0' SiUli as the n"IH'e P'e was br��usnt
caking. Its W1INU3UK. 1 f\Blx       oni "j intended, dear,  to have some
SALT.    Use it. spouse  cake,   too,   but   it  1ms   been   a
147        total  failure."   ���'How  was  that?"  the
, husband asked In a disappointed tone'. |
���   . . ' , for lie was fond of sponge cake.  "The
all labelled "Laurter and Loot," and it   druggist," she explained, "sent inn the
101 cannol   be   expected   to   negleci   any   wrong kind of sponges."
SPECIAL
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .oj Siraw >]KI, can be worked in.     It  la.
tlio   ineh        l-'ive   cents   ner   line   for1 , Plenty of  Aiivi.-p.
the   men      *ivecents   pei h      h    M.m .im| Em. ���������.,���. .,.,..., .,.., Becret of Solo.
subsequent  insertions. . ��� wonuei  nom me secret ul ooio
Reading notices, hold face type, 20|pire  has an article    which    can    be   mon's wisdom  was'.-" saiel  Mr.  Meek-
cents  per line, brevier or nonpareil, i "warmed over" to suit publication tn   ton's wife.
10-cents per line. ine    Columbian,���besides    the   mails I    "Coed    advice."    replied    Leonidaa
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-' irreeular    lately-anil    a' promptly.     "He  had   any   number of i 1
tions, apply to advertising manager.      ����avi   been irreguiaj    lately,   ami    a   ^    *V
Notices    of   births,   marriages   or  chance to make a  sneaking insinua-1 wlvea
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for sales,  lost , tlon againsi  a well known  provincial
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent   Libera]   and have a sidewlpe at  the
per   word.      Xo   advertisement  taken
for less ihan 25 cents.
That clay will be the last of a special
,    discount of 20 per cent, on Cut Glass.
20 Per Cent. Off on Every Dollar
������������.���
Hml  Her  Doubts.
Mamma���You should In? polite, dear.
Ottawa   Governmenl     also,  was     too   and  offer  to  share  your  candy   with
good to be lost.    The Okanagan should j papa.    Little  Maruie-N  would,  num.-
TELEPHONES. ia-  ashamed of such   an   attempl   to   ma, If I was sure he'd be polite and re j
Day  Office   A22  lin.il  a  brother journalist's opportuni-   fuse ���*������Chicago News.
Night   Office    B22 ; lio<, 	
HORACE DORER
--"?-:*:*���*':
SATURDAY.  APRIL 6.  1907.
"ThE FOOT OF  THE THRONE."
Facetious. i
Cuitomer���Have you anything that U
We arc glad tn see thai the Opposl-', good for falling hair?  Facetious CUrk ||
tlon  is putting up a   righl   (the first   ���flew would a wastebasket dor
round  of  which  it  has   won) againsi
the bill entitled "An Acl to revive and  _^_____^_______________
continue the Existnce of Certain Coin-'
Goldsmith        Silversmith
Columbia Street
and  Diamond  (Vfercihcint
NEXT    TO    TRAM
OFFICE
m\MmmmmmMmmmu
WHERE TO DINE
in thc
ROYAL CITY
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED���Saw-mill   engin          ng
��� secon i  p ..ei . s,     \..i.-'-   Frasi r Riv
, .  Sav,  Mills, Limil id   Millsid. . B.C
For Sal
panics."    Tn the   ordinary   man   Hie
Commenl   upon  the  Premier's  pro- bill look-; like one thai raighl have a
posed mission to London seems to the   big stand behind it.
Daily N'ews to be, in the preseni stage .	
Z ' ZT l^lT^Z:ro\LZliTrT ���" ' 0,Vrlend su- Kenney's  Restaurant - --
''���u   cnattei.     inen   is  no leason ol  McPhlllips   is   nisi   as   ready   as  ever J ! WANTE
course, why  people should not indulge Jlto jump  ,|]l()n any ,,n0 who (lalvs TO j
ia a little idle chatter now and then  objeC|   ,��� charter-mongering schemes
if it  pleases them   bu, .Ms leanicular, allll all that so,.t ,������ thlng.    Tht, Co, w , 50 acres just two miles west of the Cit, on new car iine "
SUbJeCt   (l""; '"" Tm  '", le"    llse" onlsl reports him as speaking "strong- 1 enderS   Wanted. ' WANTED-Rcom and boa, . ,.   , gen-   parth  cleared, nice $210 per acre on terms
appropriately  to   that style of  treat-1 Iy" in defence of one of these schemes   j    tleman.   Box S. this office. Ld-77 ''
ment,      Whether   or   uot   one   takes, nu, 0(]1P1. (]av   "Strongly" is probably      -     ��� -���������  ���-       -  ������     ���    <��� 50 acres, eleven miles from City a! Station and Posl Omci
��
Open All Night
ted   Teamster to drive a one-
horse delivery  rig.    i'i m    and
Apply McQuarrie ,<��� Co.,  Fronl  S
.����-,<*.��4 ���:���������������>���������������< ��v*> ���
seriouslj   'his  latest  development   of a misprint for "loudly."
the   better terms  matter, the  serious _
nature of ilu   matter itself cannol  be rx-iaya Are Dnngoroua.
losl   slghl  of;   and   it   is nol  easy  to |    "But this Is so sudden!  Vou had bet-
treat the mission to London as a thing I *** five mo a week lee think it over!"
by   itself, entirely apart from the ev-      "Vury  wel1' deal''   Aml- PerljaPs.  u
tenders  wil
rec ive
by    thi
inderslgned   up   to   Monday,   the  8th   GOOD   OPENING  foi   young   man   to
ham,  chicken   house, orchard   partly cleared. Onlj  $2,000.
j April,  ai   ."e   p.m.,  loi-  supplj   of  8-ln.,
1 i.-'n.  and   1 -iii.   vitrified  sewer    pipe,
would be as well if I thought it over
*nls "i;,;" led '"' l�� "��� ���� the whole' myself at the same timer-Sketching
therefore,   11  seems  besl    to    quietly ' gits.
awail the issue.
But there is a related matter to which
wi   feel compelled to refer.    Thai is. ,
.,,     ... ,. ,.     ,, . lowed   a   piece   ol    worsted,    lather-
the action of the Government  ,11 pre- U^., nj,hill��, ,,, ,.���. yarns s,,,,;; ,_���,,.���
l-aring  lor Its appeal to the  Imperial  to swallow If she lives to grow up.
authorities.    Take the exerpt   from a]	
receni editorial article In the Colonist. Having stated iis conviction thai
ll!i one important thing is the warrant
for his appeal to them, which the British Government will ask from Mr. Mc-
Brlde, wil] l.e "the united voice of
the  representatives of the people oi
studj  Im.'.   al   Martin ^ McQuarrie's H2 acres close to Westminster Junction, fronting on River. A
law offi " dtf Price $55 per acre. 1-1! cash, halance easy terms.   This propert} 1    .
lends branches  and plugs   for  Sixth '���' smaller lots al this price.
;treel   sewer  delivered    Tenders   Eor  WANTED���Fireman.     Musi    \e   used 60 acres ai  Cloverdale.  Trice $21  Leer acre,  '.v:".i  terms.
dpe in be per   lineal   foot, and    for      to heavy work.    Apply to Manager
,        , ,    , , , '      , ,. ,. ... .... ,., -.. 50 acres  near   Westminster  Junction, on    pood    roa.I. easi v
.1 mis branches and plugs at sn much     at das Works. (ju-.o
,  . Price $20 per acre.
.  ,''!( II I  -����������������������������"-������^������������-�����������^���������
i MrojiUnc tn The Icuvesi or any tender nol neces-  WANTED���Female   Help   wanted   at L0 acres lots ln Surrey, Coqultlam, Burnabj  and Lulu Island f      ii
M'Otbei"���Dear me. tbe baby has swni-|:<iu'"-v accepted. once.    Apply N'ew Method  !.aim Iry.   UP-
W. A. DUNCAN Burr block,  Columbia Btreet.       dtf
city clerk.    " WE  HAVE A  FULL  LIST OF  LOTS  AND HOUSES IN  THE  CiTv
City Hall, April 2, 1907. 5d-78   FOR   SALE���1-room   house,   S^"":   7-
Are You Looking
room house, close in, $1,100;  5-ioo
house, close to l-i Ige, ?l.T"". Wl ' e
(>i Shiles, Columbia s': e. t.
FOR SALE   -Finesl   strain   White  Pe-;
kin    duck    ''an.-. $1.00    ; "     dozen.
George       Morrow,      Distill  i \ ��� '���'���������
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Agent f
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
le    l'1'eivill'-
our contemporary says:
For
?
N'ew Westminster
' Therefore we appeal in Mr. Macdonald ami ihe Liberal members ol
the ie gislature to discover some way
ie. which they can place themselves
or' record in a manner that v\ ill
strengthen ihe case of tin., province
lK|"'v  the  Imperial  Government." . . -..-,-,
as the i.aiiy News pointed oui m stop kicking oecau.se you tailed to se-
n"'  "me   ih.'  Governmenl   had   it   in j
its power in secure���nay, to compel   ���
n  unanimous  vote  iu the  Legi&latur.
���naps
Well here they are again; and now
FOR  SALE���Convenient 6-i
e'.ii  residence with    larg.     ga   Ien
stal :������   for   I wo   ho: ses,   el im    P ice
���: 1,400   i half  cash).   Appl;    box   531
N'ew  Westmjns   ..
12 l-T"    ^^,;,' ��������<������������������������������������������������������ >*��<><���<��'>������������������*�����������������������>
���
:
FOR SALE   Several '..'.- in  Burnaby,   J
close to Can Fad n e and * i 5 limilJ. I *
I The Fishing Season
lias now commenced. I have some
splendid new lines in FISHING
TACKLE, Rods,  Lines and   Reels.
560  each.     Api ly   White    &   S   '���
cure some of the snaps we sold during  (i!
a:';;;:','';;;;, p^vei?^^^21 our great fire and stocktaking sale inF0RSAl-E ���������������-- ������;;-t
t:s were prepared te, vote iv,, ;i r .,. i ���   ,   fe fe aboul   '" '"    ":'    ' New u'":    ���
,.,,. _   .���,*!������ i- ,. .-..    , HDhl'iTJinr (ninsier city, Can be used for a mill 12
.'���' a v. -'- ! x~\   1
ami ine February.
i
Imiun Betting  Forth in y>,
I i,   t. rms ih" lnadeg'iacv of the com-
I ensation  propose^^   an(1   |nsisting  on       Before our last great sale was half
British Colum)-ia-g ,.j���i,:s;  uu1  neither j over our buyers purchased the entire
Liberals tvjr Sl���.j;l!;sls ,.oui,|   stultify '
��� liemse'
v..; hy   voting lor a resnlution
''".nviiii'  of  Mr.     McBride's    course
.:al conduct a;  Ottawa.    Yel thai  up
standing output of the Alsace,Lorraine Furniture Company, of Copple-
stones.    Ontario,    (who    are    retiring
There   will   he   Sideboard  and   Buf- j	
fets,   in   imperial   oak;    regular   value   F0R  SALE   .,   ,,,..  ju   ,,,]..,:il ,     .
$27,C0. going at $17.75. to   ,;,,.   Vancouvei     car     line,   >:���
Bedroom   Suites   in     imperial     oak. I     Several  I.m... lots on   Elghl
a;h   and   elm:   regular   values  $19.00.
gcing  at $13.75 the su.te.
HOOTING���C.T'l and inspect my fine itock of guns, r .r.v  and MCOtld-|
hanc
���   BICYCLES���of the latist patternt for 3ale and to hire, both for laei'u|
and  gentlemen.
New   Keys  made;   locks   f.ttcd;   l-mje''
site       For     narticulara    applj     ti    *
Gunderson &   June's % i
'.r.t'.s. saws sciscrs   ' -i
groui-.d   and   sharpened.
NOTE THE  NEW ADDRESS.
GEO. R. SPECK
TRAPP   ELOC-
nti.l near i an factoi y, Bui i.i i , $.iu
to S-n e acll. WHITE .s; SHILES
Columbia street.
oval was the flrsl objeel of the "bet-   f''0""1 business.   This stock was bought
, ',-,,,. ..   i-rv   nn   *h��  rlnii-ei-    anrl  uup   neprlprl e     Cheffoniers,   in   imperial   oak,  maho- .	
terms   resolution  which ihe Gov-   ���Ji  tjOC on tne oonar, ana we neeaeu r ,
depleted i iJ->ny- ash and elm'   regular $1-1.00, fori TIMBER  LANDS���W.- deal   exclusive
^0.75. |v jn ��� j,,, , ; i ,,.,. \..:., .   ,h i y;
i racts   on   w a er,     If   > ou   .��. i ���     to
. ij iii sell,   ee me    E. il. ( haai I
Handsome Dining Rcom Sets of five        |,,-   [ i;|St in.;..   Sl     Vancouver    li.t'
ne ip   b"ouglil   down,     Tin'   resolu- the   goods  to   restock     our    dep
tion   was  carried,   of   course,   by   the "teres   after  the   sale.      The   Alsace
(Jovernmen      majority-   the     "Sordid Lorraine    Furniture    Company    have1     Centre Tables as low as $1.45,
i . , ii" iwo,"  if'we    maj     borrow    a been  noted for the   high    class    and
from the Columbian    and  Mr. artistic   furniture   they   have    turned
McBride gol  his cheap coal of white-   cut from their factories and the peo-
.,:   mew     he     turns     about,     and   ple  of  British Columbia are fortunate
.   ,, ,. .       , , , ,   t        ,    , .-.,.���'and   hardwood  frame,  gooig   at  S1b.2o
High his organ, Whines for Hi.   sup    In  having such  a stock to select  .rom. J      3
' ^f-1*  tntynlfctp   set
o|  ill" Liberals. when    tarnishing    their    hemes,    and!
The whole thing is, or course, a pol-   more especially so when you consider |     Beautifully    carved     Dining    Room
i     |odg. advantage   Is   the   the   slaughter  prices  these  goods will   Chairs   without   leather seat,   to   clear
, ,.: |;     nevertheless    people' h* sacrificed at.   Three cars of furnl-
mild be u  in mind the Colonist's   ul    turB   JU8t  unloaded   and   three   more
.,   thai   Ihe   Governmenl   bj   In-   cars on th�� traoks waiting  until  wel
,.,���,,.,:, ,,..,     .....,,,      i-esolutinn   ciri  fill:l  l00m  fo1'  the  9oods'        But
cli...i-s   and   carver,    making   complete
set  of   six   chairs   with   leather   seats   .IOB  PRINTING���".      vorll     foi     the
hesl  | eople    of N   >     V esi
Your   or ler   will ap i
ARROW   PRESS.   R ni        I,     1
N'ews   i!1 icl .MRS    ; i iMIXY, fm
��� TBAPP BLOCK.
���
��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������*���< *�����������������***�������������������������*�����������
The Settlers' Association of B.
LAND DEPARTMENT
SOIVIE SPECIAL SNAPSi
i   M  at 95c.     Each  of these are  a ^nap
and  won't  last long at that price.
DRY   DOCK   FOR   SA'.
C irpets and  Carpet  Squares as  low
Ti nrlers  will    .������
Btsrnaby
!���.������.-.      ���   ' feel  on lliiatlnp    [to        fronting       id     el   nn H
, eleveu acn     In all, oi        II r
ich shape thai  the Liberals could   they miist l)e cleared out, and quickly
1.50 each.    You  will  also find  wipe 1007, by the hum
have   every   other   requisite   for   com-1 late  of  Hi
till'    le.lll'h
not    ,.   "   foi    ii      deliberately    threw    at that. Absolutely no reasonable offer
���    ���        ..       '  ,, ,.,fll���.i  ,nri  ������,,   ���,,���  nhtaln  h-e,-n-line   pl^te  lions'; furnishing at equally  low
away    thai    unanimity- formally    ex-   itfused and you n.ay obtain uai gains   ' -j '      /
',, ,     ,     .      t',-,1-  cn��ii h,���,'^ .A..ini  -, hire   hir prices.    So  give  a  call,  be  convinced
:   i  incrcte   tangible    which the   that soe" haiga.ns witn a nig. ni^ ->
and see for yourself what chances for  situated a! tie" foot ol  Fourth
traps this sale offers  intending houi:;   N'ew   VYi     niln Tli has a
.    '.'.     li.   I  : ..       m,   foi
or le ii
FLOATING   DRY   DOCK
D low    hia  .���
I .  ��� - ��� I o     (Bun
$30   .. r acre
. si ro  pe    :.
in now arknowle Iges to be ess. n-
;lal ii 'hi' Premier is to have anything
'.mm :. i ��� e lonabh stan.Un - gi ounti "at
thi   fool   if the throne."
o
furnishers,
WE  PROTEST.
The Okanagan, nnent thai stor,\
al oui \V, \V. lh Mclnnes being appoint
eel Canadian agenl of the Ougegn
In Ims, .' "The N'ew Wet I inlnst. i
i'..' imbiari failh foam ul the mouth
and a vei s it  does nol  believe a  word .
of story, and If ll  Is true, II  only   OnlV    cit
goes iei prove thai there is sometliiing
. loke i iin ��� mi or contemplated be-
; w. en i Ic I lomlnion Governmenl an I
the Guggenheimsl If tiie' Guggenheim*;
: liotild happen to hire a Prennh chef,
v.i supi use ihe Columbian would g. i
a spasm of its swallowing muscle and
rh rge I .am ler with conniving al Quebec domination In the Yukon. The
Columbian has certainly got ii bad at- ,
lack."
Now thai is very unkind, Has nol
the Columbian a righl to foam al tin*
mouth if thai  son of thing suit - ii ?
Sale will commence promptly at
8 o'clock SATURDAY morning, April
6th, and will continue for one week
band-saw ind full equipnn nt ol > il i.
Full Information from I-'. M, Eddj al
��� he tlocl .     Hi [hesl o   e ny I ender npl
lee e essai'ilj   accept" |,
MISS   SADIE   EMERSON.
Xew   Westminster,  B,  C.
P. 0. Box 1C7.
800M YOUR BUSINESS BY ADVER
TISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
Surrey
We lia ������ ������ for    ilu In I ;.i ��� beam I        inn ri . mui clpallty uo in ���
l Ij j n" : I,   Tli    Is Uste I for a fi       ���   ���  onlj    >' $20 an ni  u,
.���   .   Ill   time.
'���   splendid selection of farms nlwa  s   listed   vvlt.li    u    throuB
charming Fraser  River  Valley.   Call  on  us, wc  will  be pleused In
till  ie ails
No a througlioul Lhe city ot New   SV< itminstei  from J50 to J-.11"
es iu all parts foi Bale.
H. T. Thrift, Mgr.
,713 Columbia  St.  (Fales Blocl-
J. B. Wilaon W. H. Ci*
Tel. :.':'..     Branch Office, Hail?i   "'i
LE
Furniture Emporium
FRED DAVIS, Manager
S,,h;.to7Z?:i��',',!=;r��l;:!0iip8nt Block, Coiumbia Street, Nnw Westqilnster, B.C- sr "si"""
NEW   WESTMINSTER-
^: Sr?A^^;Second Hand Junk Sio
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo   Adams,   Croce
e>  ei  'i  fe  i)
Li lies' Gold Watch.     fi i m  $12.75    i
Oentlemen's Sil >rer Wai ches, op m
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, dou le
case, $7.50 up.
Agenl for the celebrate 1 South Bend
\\ atches, supplied   to    :  e    ','. ellm in I
Arctic Kxpedltlon,    All warranted, Molaf\oott     frJumlair*     n*\A
chains) Rings, jeweir neiiveen   KsOiumoia   Qua
chai
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES,  FURNITURE]
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy aw\
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER <"'{
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything*
Fraser River Hotel
'Phonem JDAY,  APRIL  6.   1907.
THE   1>.UI.V    N'EWS.
JiUKSS
THE
ICA5H STORE
��� a> a> ��� ��� ��� ��� *y*o*y*y+:*���:+:���*:*ya>: * �����*����<
Gef your Spring
SUIT
Now
. ny   Jackel   Suits   are   verv.   verj
ilar.        The    short,    semi flttli
a t   is  still    a    great    favorite
in coming style to slim, you bf il
,. n.      Then    I here are' the   Eton
almost   universally  becoming.
'  these si vies are here, In  n
' Minn.-   ol     material   and   design;
���li and plain colors, checks, plaids,
es, etc., nicely   trimmed, and the
. in   Iii.'    this:     $17.50,  $21.00,
,00,     $30.00,     $35.00,       $45.00       to
.00.
up Tidy, the florist.   'Phone AIM
Mr. and Mrs. George , London, of
Westham Island, were among the visitors to the city yesterday.
W. it. Knox, accompanied by hia
tiroiher, <;. Knox, arrived In the city
jesterday from Liverpool, England.
Both gentlemen Intend to settle down
in N'ew Westminster, and are at present   looking for a suitable location.
play by Mr. Leon Allen and his sister
Bertie tbe Bridges, (Alfred and Luce)
wiiile Mr. Victor Faust as the King
i.i Tramps, was a host in himself, liis
musical selections in Act II being especially clever and greatly applauded,
For cut flowers, carnations an 1 funeral designs telephone T. Davis &
Son, florists, Tel. li^ns.
Contracts taken  for tree   spraying
and   for   while   washing   buildings   B
e, orge   it.   Speck has   removed   to  a��� descrlpUcms    Macej McCielland Ai
la,   ., and more commodious premises  C(J _ (,)!(iIlial h,)|(.,_ .phone .,,,    gpecla]
in   the Trapp block. Columbia  street.   ,,in|s ,.���. ,.���.���,, ���,,.hal,is
Head the advertisement on page four.
A.   ll   While,   who  will  form  one of
A  <*ur h Parade of the N'ew West- L]l(   deputatlon ti, w.���, ,m lh��� govern.
minster Elides is called for tomorrow I        ,  a. regardB |h(, pK)1JOged  ,���,.,.,.
���'���  1,,::;" ;l   '"���   The companies A and   ,,,,.���. of gerv,ce |n ,,,,. Regia ,.   ���..,,.,
:;  �����"'   '���""'���" ::'""  :l1" Armories  to   |ef|   ,,���. vlclorla  yesterday.
1   elv Trinity  Cathedral    in    full
Miss Cei lie Vallentyne, who has
been the guest of i he Rei. .1. S, I len-
ihron during Easter week, will leave'
Im her home in Chiiliwack on Wednesday.
...There's Just One Chance in a Thousand...
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house furnishing you might not know
just where to go for the Best Furniture at the Best Bargain
PRICES. Take no chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen of
Xew Westminster or surrounding country anel the unanimous verdict
of Merchants, Traders, Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
homes bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE for Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Coverings
for Furniture, or any article required for complete house furnishing.
j John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
:n  and   helmets
.\n  enjoj ible   Ian. e was given last
��� vening by the emploj'ees of the Fra-
r'.er   River   mill,   qui ������  a   number   ol
���  .a -   people   i om   I he  city   making
'       ,i,:'"     ' :"'    ;",,:-;h   in       The  clerks   of  the   local   stores   are
oi iei  to parti :. ite in ihe festivities.    ccmbining to petition their employers
Tic   ���. ustee   boar 1   of  I he   Quene's
venue   Met'iodist  church,   will   meel
for a  weekly  half-holiday  during the
summer months.    The hardware  men
m
Spring Dress Goods
Leading Favorites
'hese are  all  Imported   goods; some for which we've been wait-
'ii  weeks.    Now they're nearly all here��� come and see them.
in tiie Sunday school at eighi ..���(���lock  "���' the ri'-v bave already granted their
jsdaj evei to consider the plans   employes Saturday  afternoon, and  as
ni' the enlargement anl improvement
the  clerks  feel   that   it   would hardly
BLACK
I \.    l Voiles and Panamas
Veilings   	
lCr<       de Chene   	
i M  . quisettes, plain and  fancy..
Si     Eolines  	
[Wool Cashmere ami   Henriettas
. 90c to $1.25
... 35c to 65c
.   65c  xo  $1.25
     $1.25
$1.25 to $2.50
.    65c  to  $1.50
���Sii   and Wool Henriettas   $1.25 to $1.50
C.   viots  and  Cashmere  Serges  35c to 90c
C    ling   Serges,  D4 inches       $1.25 to $1.50
Bi   .del.uli.-. French and  English  $1.00 to $2.00
L    Ires,   plain      35c to 85c
1.     res,  fancy      35c to $1.00
T " ita  Cloths    v 50c to 90c
' En l.roldered  Voiles    $1.00 to $2.50
Siripeel Silk Eolines and Grenadines, Fancy Marquisettes, Paris
excluslvi   eloganl   things;     nol   shown   elsewhere   In  the
i^i^i^i^iIi^i^i^i^i^iIi^i^B--      to
Ilie
COLORED
mas.     Including    dark    rei, black and  blue    30c
��� ��� cloths, including dark red      $1.00
ite cloths, specially  good for knockaboul shlrl  waists, or Misses'
School   Dresses,  per yard     50c
range of Colored  Lustres   35c. 50c. 65c and 75c
I ���li'DJVlI i
of the church, which  will  be submit   be 1'i-hl t0 close a!l the sl s on the
ted  by the architect  at the meeting. same  ,hi>-  h  has    been  arranged  to
petition    for   Wednesday    afternoon,
J.  McAdam,  from  Douglas   Lake.  In which  will  be the  same as lasi   year.
tin     Simalkameen     country.^was    In Some inconvenience   was experienced
tow��n     yesterda;            Mr.     McAdam by the customers lasl  year when this
broughl down seven head of good fat half-holiday     was     granted,  bul     the
cattle  and  a   nice' loi  of horses.      He j clerks   contend   that   the   people   will
reports thai  where he came from, ice expect   it   now   and   consequently  ar-
ainl snow still   remain,  and   the  lein- range   for   their     purchasing     before
perature   continues   to  be   excessively nand\      A    similar    petition  is being
co.d. made  by  the  Vancouver clerks,  and
.,.,      _,,                      .,           ,. several of the clergy in that city have
'   S'.n       I       ���  ,-,-, i ���  (  ixnpany
, promised to support  the move  bv re-
recentlv made' application tor another
...            ,         ,                      ,     .  , ferring to the matter in their Sunday
 i  inches  ot   water,   in   be taken
.,                                          , . sermons.
Iiimi  the stave river.     As this is a
large    demand,    Government    Agenl The executive committee of the Cl-
Flsher  has  gone  up  to inspect,  anel vilj.m   Ri||���   Assoclatlon   met   Thurs.
''"'   hearing  of    the  application   has (|;|V   nigh|   tQ discuss  equipment   and
��� ;i  week  urn il Mr. the  desirability   of   having a   greater
Fisher has   satisfied    himself   in  the
. latti .
number of   targets
and    a    longer
range,   as   at    present   there   are   only
The   Vulcan   Boiler   Works   of   this   r",u'   tarSets   and   an   800-yard   range'.
city completed and turned out yester-   ,r was decided to make application to
the-   Minister  of Militia,  "through   Col.
Look at These Styles
��� i.iv one of the large upright boilers
foi the heavy logging engines, which
are being mounted al  the Royal City   "!l>
dm,,   and   Mr   Kennedy,  the local I T)Q j-fey ^ appeaJ   ��()   VOU   aS   DartiCU-
,eec-    uciu"    ,uuumcu    lU    im-    ivu.u,    vi.> 'lllhel'.   tl)]'   SIXleeil   11101'P   targets   illlll " iM 1 ./ ~��      ��~ j^ w��       v * ~ w��
MilCaml another boile,- is expected! 100�� yards of range      This assocla- J^Jy     graCeM     and     COITlfOl'table ? IS
to be readv   to-dav.      These  engines   """ is ""' 'argest ol its kind wesl ol      , -, ,
.ship of there not character and snap about
their ������ ... t
Toronto,   having
are  some of the  largest   In use. and   'o���mo,   uaving     a    membe
will :,. shippeti  up the coast  to varl-   ninety, and it  is hoped that
mis cam is is soon as completed.
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
  '���"-"���""' '���" -���|:'��""1 �� """ "."��� them that distinguishes them from all
required additions of targets and  1000 .. _ "
Complaints are being received from   ,,nls of range ���   vvill ,���, possiM��� to  Qthei'S I       DOT! t   DUV  ITOm  the  first  ShOD
��� anj   arts  if the city that the endless  have the provincial rifle matches held -. TJ�� 1 ,     1
chain of prayer fake that was worked [ here.   A deep interest is being taken WindOW.        It     VOU      ClO      VOU      Stand     bllt
re some time ago, i    being started   D\   the  members  of  this associationL..,-. -. ��� . .
again,    The fake, which, is the sillies!   in Its affairs, some of   them having  little    ChailCe    01    getting   gOOCl    ClOtheS.
I;ind  ol tical     ke, predi.  -  greai   sen| to Edinburgh, Scotland, for rifles   /^ i ,i 1      1    il r>
amity   to  the  person who receives   ,, a special make. (jfO  Whei^  the gOOCl  ClOtlieS COHie    irOlH.
m   ���  ���    mess i se,  an 1   ri fuses  to  pass it
on anonymously to nine different per-
Dates Ahead.
KtiKW WEWiHSa��r53WSWiWMK^^*
i'';.' ���'
'��� .*
I  :'';'.
I
'. *
,20th Century Brand Fine Tailored Gar-
��nue ments for Men can be obtained from
Ap.ii s-cot,r. of Revision,       us only in this town.   Spring styles
April 8-Holy Trinity Ve.tr, '    R0W   X^A^    foi' 'yOU.        A    perfect    fit    01^
Look at  ihis!
son -  for  nine  conse an Iv ���   'ays.  wi: ii
li       ii kepi   going. April  S���Debate,    Queen's    A
Methodisi  Church
.   ��� : i' is nol  ii ii '.   ��� obabilitj   ih il
the price of lumber will undergo any
change I liis s in n ��� .   u i ording to the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Khlngle Manufacturing  association.  A April S���St.   Barnabas Vestrj   meet-  X\C\   QO|p
few   rainoi   adjustment,   in   the price ing,
list  will be the extern of the changes. April    D���St.    Barnabas    Dramatic
I'I          Ice     :   shingles   will   ?o   up  a Club, Opera  House.
Uti ".   Ihe   .eie"    ' ins   raised     from Aprl] ,,.  ,,  w   How!lJ |ecture8i
���_.'. i) to $2.30 per tl  m tail I, bill   fr nu ., ,
April 9���County cour; sitting.
now    n tin     rici    vlll be
April  Vi���Lacrosse meeting
^^B^^^^^H^^^^i^Bli.' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
30  to all
April  in-   Hoard of Trad.
Block of 10 Lots.   The best
thing1 of the kind in the city
Price....
on terms
McLEOD, iVSARK
"The Farm Land Specialists," New  Westminster
CARD  CF   THANKS.
; re pieste I     th *
u, magers ol   I lie     uu >aii    to ei eel  a .	
large hall ii   Millside In order that the      on  behalf  of   the  Greal   N'orthen
employeea maj   have a suitable place   Railway, I wish to heartily thank the
I    'Vhlcli in   old dances, parties, and   citizen, of N'ew  Westminster for the
oili   ���   unctions.   At the present time,  manner In which they have expressed
have   to    ie   held   In   private  their endorsatlon of the work aud mer-
��� ��� lenc. ���.  and  the  men  nre of the   |,_, ,,,- ,'���i., ,,,.,,,,,,,,���. by returning It at
���    " mi   lioi ��� hall would be  the  head of the   poll al  the contesi
'���11  patronized.    The managers ha've   i,,.|(| during the pasl  four days al  3t,
miised to give' the matter favorable   Patrick's hall,    ll   Is  very  gratifying
consideration. :,. Bee that the effort, pf the Hill mad
to help \i",v  Westminster along have
been duly appreciated,
Im C. MEYERS,
The  civic employees will  gof   their
nthly  I'ii'iui's  today.     Several   of
i h ��� increases granted to I lie different
��� ���; irtments  will  be   paid  out   today
for lhi' flrsl time.    In the case of the
teai hers,   i lie   nieinbei a of the    staff
whose salaries were raised some time
: ...I v, 111 rei eive nol onlj  the increase
I for the' pas:  month, bul Increases for
ihe two preceding months, this being
the decision arrive \ al bj the trustees.
The greal   majority  of  the  teachers,
however, will receive the Bame salary
a-   heretofore.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
SOMETHING   GOOD
ed Gate Tea- ������
- Coffe
CARD  OF   THANKS.
To Uu' manj friends of the Dally
New. who took sm h an active interesl i
in the popularll j contest closing In i
evening, sincere thanks are tendered.
The victory of the home paper over
lhe Vancouver I'rnvince was a les
eiveill.v   popular   one.      To   the   active
member, of the committee who contributed In such a ureal  measure to
1
50c per pound        M
ADAMS   &    DEANS
THE   CITY   GROCERY
'. N. Draper 500 Cords ol Tan Bark Wanted ,���;::;; ^.I^m" %r^JK^L?Z
Al  the Ihan &  Sutherland's company  at   the  tiring efforts are   gratefully   acknow
B. C. Land
Surveyor
! Opera   House   last   evening   an.l   was   lodged on behalf of the Dally News.
Praser River Tannery  r ,,, ^^^ bj  ; ,;m.,y good BUd,.i ,.. w, luce.
ElUrd Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
  ler.ee.    Tho   various   characters were   1 ��� s
Hi~hcst Cash Price Pad    well sustain   I        some eleven turn,   advertise IN THE daily NEVV8.
Headquarters    1~~B E R F E C T
for
P
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
McKENZIE STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
P. O. Box 243
*""��
Telephone 302
(e!
(0 THE  DA II. Y   N EWS.
SATURDAY,   APR|L
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
A large anel busy crowd attended
the market yesterday morning ami
tl'.ough Hie weather was far from fa-i
vorable, the thrifty housewife was]
strongly in evidence, ami bargaining
v.as briskly carried on. The scarcity
( : potatoes among the farmers is having the effect of keeping that indis-
l eiisihle article on the raise', ihe quo- .
t.ition yesterday reaching $ii."e and $2(i
dollars per ton.     No ducks or geese !
ere offered bin the supply of other!
��� elliered offerings was good and al
prevailing  prices quickly snapped up. |
Veal, lie to 11 M>c  lb.
Pork, l'M-jc to He lb.
Lamb, $6.00.
Million, 13c  to  lie  lb.
Potatoes, $25 to ?26 ion.
Eggs, wholesale, :!0c dozen.
Butter, 35c  lb.
Fowl. $8.50 to $10.all dozen.
Chickens.   $7   to  $!'  dozen.
Ducks. $11  to $13 dozen.
Apples.  $1.40  to $1 -50 box.
Onions, $1.50 sack.
MarKet   Visitors.
Some   of   the   market   visitors   whei
were  seen   in   town   yesierday:      Mr.
nice,   Coquitlam;     M.   Marshall   and
Beef supply seems to have dropped | R   RoutIey,   Langley;     Mr.   Spencer,
south;  1110 chains cast to Skeena River;   Reeve and  E. M.  Carncross, Clerk of
L'^ire^n^ihlKliiVillt.;'!;;::':;-''!:-  th.   nisiric of Surrey, bearing date
Located   February  22,  1907. the  Mill  day of  December, A.D.  1!)01,
.���iI'^k^v.^i.all.       ��' :i" :">'' singular that certain parcel
locators.    , n,- (,..,,.i 0[ laini and premises situate,
Per Franh v.ni.l.ill. March 22, 1907.   iyjng and being tn the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
Notice is hereby given that 30 days and described  at   Lot  32, subdivision
after date I intend to make aplieation   Of Section 25, Block 5 North Range 2
to the   Hon. the  Chief Commissioner West,
planted   0f Lands and Works,  for a  special  license  to cut   and  carry  away timber
from   tbe   following described   lands,  <" contesi   the claim ol  the tax pur-
160  chains east and  40   situated chaser wilhin  forty-live elays from ihe
8A*
NOTICE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat sixty days eif-.e-r date we Intend to apply to
the Hon.the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to cul anel carry aweiy the timber from the following
described lamls, situate ni Kitsumgallum
Valley, Coast district:
20,���Commencing ai a post planted
al..ui li'j miles north of the north-west
ccrner of C. F. A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows: su chains
��� eesi; 80 chains south; 80 chains west anil
, su chains north to point of commence-
. ment.
21.���Commencing   at   a   post
al ..ni  :; i._.   miles north ol   tin-  northjwest
corner nf C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows: 160 cliains west
40  chains  simile
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY <;jvK,,
:ln days after date I Inten I to
Ihe Hon.Chief Commissi] ���
and   Works  for special  :,,, .
antl  carry  away   timber   I
lowing described land, -
Kitsumgallum  Ither,    .
Range i:
M
���'��� '  D| ij
You ami each of you are requested
point
a  coramence-
Coasl   District  Range .", district. No. I date  of   the   firs'   publication   of   this
post   planted   101,  commencing   at   a   Stake   planted   noiice.     1  shall  register Karl  Brudvik
.at
i test   on  the Encheshese  River,
as ownei' thereof in fee.
e ':' ihis week, though there was suffi-
��� ai   in satisfy  the demand.    Spring
' eats such as mutton, veal, and lamb
sire popular and in high demand, the
f ipply In some cases not coining up to
lhe  demand.     Pork   was  scarce   and
quickly found buyers ai good figures.
Eggs and  butter were  in  good   de-
ian 1 and  the supply  well  up to  requirements.     Apples were very   scarce
; nd any tliat were broughl in were dis-
Surrey; L. and .1. Tomlin, Westham
Island; Mr. Smith. Scott road: Mrs,
Quaggan, Sunburry; M
Accord; R. C. McNeil, .Mud Hay: I.
('line, Scott road; .1, Holmes. Delta:
Mi. Bartlett, Chiiliwack; Mrs. Mil
burn and son. Hall's Prairie; (I
Neuman, Blaine; .1. (lillis. Port  Kells
chains  north tee  tb
ii,, nt.
-'-'.���Commencing   at
about 1 miles nortii of the north-wesl corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim, ,       ,
then   running   aa   fnllnuw-    Ml  nhnlns   past ���    abl    I      il    Illl C   illlel   il    hull    Up   lrolll    ItS I ... . ...
sochata?!5r^ th. thence east 40 chains, thence ect   that   publication   ol   this   nonce
chains south to point of commencement. north   sh    chains     thence    west    80 foi   thirty days in a dally newspaper
,i.ouV:rm;!!'ri;:,nM,,?\il^,^|h.w,,<l'''!M:- chains, thence south SO chains, thence published 'at   Xew   Westminster   will
ner of  C.F.A.Green's pre-emption  claim. ���    -'   10  chains  to point   of  commence- ||(   ���()()(,  .[w]  BUfn.cien1  service thereof
Pillntt     lion   then running as follows: 1.1" cbains cast: jjj, ;,;.
4.1 chains north;    160   cbains west;    in 102 DATED al the Land Registry Office,
chains south to point of commencement. _ . .   . .,    i ���
24.���Commencing   at   n   post   plant, ei      Commencing   at  a   point   near  the New   Westminster,   Province ol   Brit-
And  I   dir-
m.  ith of Union Creek at the east line
of the Indian Reserve, at the head of
if Works
aboul 'i mill's north of tho north-wesl cornei   ol  C.F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim,
then running as follows:   160 chains easl ; .
i -   chains  south;     160   cliains   west;     40 '  ::" :|   |;:;'-   near  ,h''   mOUtll
is north to point of com ncement. Channel,   Range     5,   Coasi     District,
Commencing i   post    plum..! thence   lo   chains   south,   thence    SO
I.
Things   along   the  waterfront   were
eiiie ���   yesterday.    The   steamer   Duns-
sed of early in the day.
Quotations. I muir gol In early in the mornlngwlth
Beef, hind quarters, 9%c to lo'-c Ib.  n scow load of coal consigned to Gil-
Beef, fore quarters, Tc io 7Vfec lh .   'ley  I'.res.
THE    WHITE    HOUSE
ish Columbia,  this  I Uh  .lay ol  January, A.D. 1907.
C.  S. KEITH.
Districl   Regis ��� ai
To Thomas  Archibald  Mclnnes    Esq.
All   pers ens   served   with   this   notice,  and   those   claiming  thro igli  or
10-'.
under   ilu in,   and  all   persons   c
Ing any  Interest In the sai I  lan i   ' j
virtue of any unregistered ins 11 un ent,
shal
White Blouses
New and
Stylish....
in Lawn, Muslin, Mull and Linens.
about b miles north of th. north-west cor- t    ,,,������,,,,   on   ,.i,.,
ner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim, c��a,D8   east,  tnenci    S"   mains   norm,
then running as follows: 1 'hains east; thence     SO  chains     west,     thence   40
I" chains north*;     Ulu   chains west;     10 chains   south   to   the   poinl     of   coin-
chalns south ;.. poinl of commencement. , ,,���.���.,., ���,
:'.;.- Comm ncing    il    a    posi     plan!. .1 '"  "' emem-
aboul '; miles north of tin   north-west cor- 103.
mr of C.F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim.       Commencing ;il  a  posl  een  the north
then running us follows: 40 chains.west; .;..,.,.   ,,,���   \y0rk's   Channel,   Range   :..
r-hnor"thtot��ilnt4SfCwn n, n ce! i ���.���"'" Coast   District,   aboul   a   mile   and   a
27.���Commencing   ai   a   post    planted hi        elow  Worsfold  Bay, thence 120 and all persons claiming an.l   inten
I'outC miles north of the north-west cor-     ]    ins    north,  thence   SO   chains   east,   (���    th.    said   land   Im.    descent     win   i
n  .  ol   C. F. A. Green s  pre-emption  claim, ,-,  ,,,  ,      .,,,, ,,,    ,,  ,.,,   ,i,,,���,  , ���.,.,.,.,,. ' '   '
then running as follow':  SO chains westi '!":i      Bonth   " shor,e' ,hin"   westerlj    ,;,,���  ls  no.   regjste,,  ,   ,,.,.,,.. ,-���,.     ,,.
S'i chains north: 80 chains east; SO chain along   shore   to   point   oi    commence-     ,.  n .     ,    .      , '
m ,   mti    commencement. ment, visions ol   the    Land   Registry   Vet,
_M   -Comm.  icing    at    a    post     planted
boul 7 mile s nori    ol  tin    'th-west corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,      Commencing at a post on the shore   liom   setting   up   any   claim   lo   or in
then running as follows:  160 chains east; opp  site   the    mouth   of    Hear     Creek
10 chains south; 100 chains west;-and 40 ,,,, j about a half a mile north em the   ,
cliains  north  to  the poinl  of commemce- ,,���,,.���   .,,.,���  (|, W()1.,,s  channel| Range   ta*es as ^provided by the "Land  Regis-
21..'��� Commencing   at   a   post    plan:. .1 5.   Coasl     District,   thence     wesl     ,n  try Act."
about T  miles norlh of the north-wesl  cor- chains,  thence north  SO chains, ihence    "
"   V.Green's pre-emption cla    i, ......   .���   shri.,1|  .���i,,:i.,,   _���,,.;���,,.
be forever estopped and debarre 1
Setting   lip   any   e
respeel   of the  sai.i  land  s
PRICES from 90c to $6.50
tlien running ..- follows: 4" chains norlh;
Sd chains w. st: ill cliains north; 4"
chains west; v> chains south; 120 chains
cast to point of commencement.
30.���Commencing   at    a   post     planted
M..r;   4"  chains   north  of  the south-west
coi -, " of   Location  No.   26.   then   running
as   follows:     160  chains  west;   40 chains   -'���'  '   '   ":   1"":1!'   ( 1('(';:   ""'���   ll;"   "<"''
north;    16    chains east;    nnd 40 chains  '   m   of   Work's    Channel,   Range
south to point of commencement. Coast  District, thence east im chains
P��s! !;'���'.':"'?  'ii- nc.    north   SO chains,  thenc.
A.  J.   BIRTCH-
-275  Columbia  St.
about   40   chains   north   of   tho south-wesl
corner of  Location  No.   .'ei.  then  running   '      " *'   beach,    thence   southerly   and
as follows:    160 chains west; in chains westerly along the beach  to    . itii oi
south;   H'.o  chains  east;   4" chains   nortl
t" point  of ��� ..niiii'N. "in. nt.
"-.���Commencing    at    a    post    planted
aboul   ; miles north of the north-w. st corner of  C.F.A.Green's pre-emption  eli
ib.-a running as follows: 160 chains wesl
spring Duitmgs
Just Arrived one of the largest  and  most
complete stocks in British Columbia
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER, $5.00 UP
l- cl ains pout ll : 160 chains easl : 4''
chains north to point of commenci mi i t,
containing 640 acres, more e.r less.
along NOTICE.
sl   re  ���'   point  of commencement, ������
105. NOTICK   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN   that
Coi mencing   at   a   stake    fen     the sixt> "ays after date I intend to applj
about   50  chains  south   of the  '���' ''''' Honourable Chief Commission
l, er of Lands and Works for permission
5_ to  purchase the  following    di scribe i
lamls.   situated    on   what    is    called
Middle    ami    South    Dundas    fslan I,
Range ���".. Coast   District;
Commencing al a posi aboul one-
half mile, east of ihe. head of Duck In-
li ��� on the north side of the inlet,
marked s. n. F.\ thence 100 chains
north; ihence' SO i hains easl: thence
south to saiel inlet; thence southwesterly ami westerly along the shore
Claim No. 1.���Commencti     ,���
planted 25 miles up from
Kitsumgallum River, on (in
in' Kitsumgallum Lake, .
lows:       80   chains   west :
south;     40   chains   wesl        ., , '
norlh ;   120 chains east; an    ;,,, '
south to point of comnu        .
claim No. -.���Commen. li ��� .,���
planted   about   23 mile
mouth of the above river,   ,:i :,'.'
bank   of   lhe    Kitsumgi .
Ihence     so   chains   east;
.south ;       |n   chains   west;
soul h, more or less,  to i hi
nori herly along*the ri rei
o   commencement,
Claim  No. 3.    Com:,.   ���,
planted   al   the   south .��� ���
T. 1.. Tai-':  thence  10 ch; ,
chains   south;     40  chain
chains south :    In chail     ���
less,   to   the    Kitsumgall
:lie'iM .   no, I Ini Ij     ...  n
i lie   ; oinl  of commi m   mei
i ".eim No. -I    Comm. in
plant, i  aboul   16  miles
motilli of the Kii^utnf
the east bank ; I henci   :
160  i 1: un-     soul li;        '
p.oi.   or I    5, to the
northi       . I mi   ; i .��� .
o ! comnu ni emenl.
1 Haini Xo. 5.    Commen     .  , ���
, lanted aboul   16 mil. -��� n
mouth of the above' rivi r,
bank;     thence    SO  < hi in
chains south:  SO cil   Ir    ���
less,  to  the  rlvei ;     thei
along  tli" river to th.
mencement.
1 'laim No. ii. ��� Comm. i
nted   12 miles   u:    fri
oi     the    river,    on    tbe
tl i nee    10  chains   wesl:
40   chain-   ,.    I
. 'ill Ii.   60  chains  ei st,   tin
lhe  river;   thenc.   n
rivei   lo  the   i'i;.    ol
nn nt.
��
west
.   mmm' ncement,
106.
��� ��� ncinp   al  a   -���..:'.���     2 i    li ,::i
.   - ���    f th    mouth  of  Mini   i i ee'n  a:
ih.   hi    i of Work's Channel, Ranire i
i'    -    ' listrict, ih- nee we -i v'i ch
WM.   MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL,
.\::
���    iik Vandall.
Loc itors.
then e   : irth   SO  chains, thence  east   '���' i":i:'' of commencement.
������   el ains, thence south vo chains, to
point . f c ommencement,
March 21, 190'
107.
NOTICE.
, 7A-,<i:x'";:":: :l1!'  ;hi,;ty !^ys aftei   west, thence no chains  south, thenc
date vv.- intend to apply to the Chief Com-   , ,,.,.,,    . ���    .    .      .    ...
C< mm. ncing   at   a   poin;   on   l.ach-
n ach '���':v. r near the corner of lot 195
. ���  head of Work's Channel, Range
Coasl   1 listrict,     ihence   40   cliains
���  Isslone r of Lands and Works for special
8 ' . hains i ast, them e 80 chains nortii
i  and  carry away thence 10 chains west to point of com-
���  from the following described lands mencement
ate In the Kitsumgallum Valley, Inth. ,rn
'��� easl  District: .                                          1L'U-
33.���Comm.      ng   al    st    planted Commencing  at   a   post   10   chains
to chains wesi  of the south-wesi eas' "-  'he river at the north line of
        of   the    oldi Kitsumgallum   Indian the   ::. ;i, n   Reserve,   at   the   mouth  of
l^V^&^rt^^    l"   :-]%'"y"  K'ver   on the    ���th
to point of commencement. ' ' ���'    '-    Works     Channel,   Range  ...
>34.���Commencing   ;.t   B    post   planted r,:-' District, thence 80 chain  north,
I" chains west of the  north-east corner ol thence  SO     cliains     west,   thence     SO
then 160 chains west ;  40   c] ,     so ;"..   ���'.. ���;,.,.   SO   ci ain     ��� asl
in chains
hains north :   160 chains easl :
to poim    ��� .  inn ��� ncement.
108.
Ci mmem ing at a post on the south
Side    ���  Foi d rago River, about a mil.
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. S17.00 UP ;    ' t
''"   n Met;   ;.'    a    post     plante ���'���
'���'   '���;��� >;:.-��� w. sl of ;ie-  north-easl i ner ni
S. ���  r      ��� . i r      11        d   ���       1 ��� ���     '       tion No. 34. then 160 chains west: 40
atistaction puaranteed or  money   reiunded.     Suits   kept   in   repair   chains noi h:   |60 chains east:  10 ���
point oi   iommencement. and a  hall  up from its mouth, thence
Com mnclng   at   n    post    planted south 60 chains, thence east SO chains,
.���   120 .Mains west  of the north-ensi   thence north  SO chains    'bono.,   west
...:.. :;..i I..-���;,:;..��� i X... ;i:..ti,.-��� iin,,-hains s', chains, thence south  40 ch  In    to
s east :   160  chains south : .
tree ot charge for one year.     Open evening's.
THE ������
S.   II.  FORD,
F.  11. CRAGO,
Locators,
March  23,  1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty days alter date I Intend to apply
io the Honourable Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works i er pe mission
to i urchase the following lescrlbed
lamls. situated on whal Is called Midland South Dundas Islan i. Range 5,
Coast District:
Commencing al a posl ��� lanted at
the he i 1 ol Swan lnl. t: tl ce south
100 chains; thence, easi SO chains;
thence north to Bhore; thence westi r
ly and north-westerly along the shore
to point of commencement.
K.  H. CRAGO.
March  23,   1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
UP-TO-DATE  TAILOR
257 FRONT STREET >yf    T   A XT_;rT,T^_z
Cor.  McKenzie   and   Front M.    LANG I RY
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY   G1\'EN   that
, .    . sixty   days  after  dale   we   intend   to
is west   to the point of commence-   '                 i onnm ni i-nif in.       ,  ;(.   auove
ment. river  empties into  the north   arm  of apply   to   the   Honorable     the  Chlel
planted  Work's Channell, Range 5, Coast  Hi- Commissioner  of   Lamls  and    Works
south- tor   rermissi0I,   to   purchase   'he   foi
w. -���   oi  the  1 ead  of the n. rth
3;     Com]  . ncing   at    a    post
nl oi ���   SO   c   i.lne   evesi   of     the north-
��� ;   of   Lo. ation   No.  35,     the i      160
' hi Ini   noi Mi :  40  chains east ; 160  chains
"���-������   4ee chains south to point of com-  coming ;:i   from the east,
mencement. i -j Qg_
post    planted      [;, ginninf
arm,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
low in- ; racl of land situal   : In (loasi
Dlsl riet,   for a  Mill  Sit.       i   unmenc-
m-v- .-;,',;,. ���'.,f",';r.;.a, tir*:?. ******** -���  *'"%<   -  ���  '   ^ore ����*�� a post planted on sh<      of baj
'.     thenc   -..   chains  west;     80  chains :|     ""'    :i'l"''   end   of  the   north  arm S.   E.   Arm   Huaskin   Lake,   .   out   S.
so   'hains east:    and  so chains "i   Work's Channell,   Range  5,   Coast \y   cornei' T   I     No     69431     ���' ��� n e
north to point of commencement.                i District, about 20 chains south of the I go,ltn  1fl    ph"nlnL.     v      ,    '-,,,''i,,..
:''    ' ;������'���   "ncing ni .,  post planted ai mouth   of   Snow   Creek,   thence   east chains,     ,..���-      ., chains;
:"    ^^ZT^cl^TZlT-io m      '-������   ^ence   north  40 chains, South 10 chains, more or less to X E.
... ins ...-;.  v.. chains north i ini of Ihence west  160 chains, thence south shore of Turnbull Cove; thenc   Wesl
commence! ent. in chains te. i cin: of commencement, with shore line 20 cliains
WILLI \M   Me i��� >r ��� V
i R WK  VANDALL
110.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
Agent,  I'
Man
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Hani.in-  B islness Transacted.
Liters of Credit tssui I, available will correspondents in all part- of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits receive l 'a sum of $1 and upwai Is,
and Interesl allowed al 3 per cent, per annum (preseni :. ei added
four times a year.
Te'.r.l  Assets  over  $108,000, ),
NEW   \\ ESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. I).  BRYMNER, Man
NOTICE.
'    ITICE    r.1    Ill'.KKI'.V     rjIVBN     lhat
days  aftei  dat.   wn li te nil to apph
' ���   the    II..'.    ���: ������   Chief   Commlssloni r   of
I    and   Works  for  permission  lo  cul
���i i-.   ..'.������ ..'���   ; ie ��� ml ��� r from the following   rle        P. .1   lands,   t ituate     on   th.
- itltz   River,   C      t  dl trict,   I: ��� i -
NM-    '���:
'' iim  S'o    13.    Con in. nclnfi  at   n  posl
��� ������ .1   i. .   lhe   /���, . .,,��� .,;,-/.   River,  nhoui
"in   mile up from the mouth, on th.   e n
���  . ���   river .ih,-in���������  100 chnlns ensl :  40
l.." ' i n ns wesl .   in cholns
"���'th,   along   the   I h    r   to   ; il   ..;     ..
��� '     menl,       ,���   Inlng 640 acre s, more   or
Claim   Sn,   i i     Com nenelng  at   i  posl
el   oi    ���  .    Zytnag itltz  River,  about
North   I11
chains;   Easl   5    chains;    N< rth    10
chains, mor.. or    less, tee   shore    of
bore  of  Worl s Ch nnell    : .   Huaskln    Lake;    thence    East    with
Coast District, thence SO trhain= norlh!  s,1o'''' "ne 20 chains, more or less, to
0 'hains    east,    thenc.     SO  point  of  commencement;  containing
4o   acres,   more   or   less.
Locators      Commencing  at   a   post   planted   at
:'"  mouth of Ford Creek, on the nortii
I,  1907
i)k nee
chains Bonth, more or less   to sl ire,
thi nee w. st'< rly along shore I i point
Ol    oi mm. ;:   '   ;.. ri *.
S.   '!.   FORD.
F. II. CRAGO.
.Man !>. 21, 11
DATED this  19th day of February,
1907i
The   Mclaughlin  lumber  i o.,
LTD.
By C. R   McLaughlin, Pres . M   i>
JOTICE.
up froni ii." mouth, on the wisi   v.   uwav  timbei  from, the
li   crlbi ���    inds,    limited
NOTICE   ;.-'   HEREBY   GIVEN   til il
thlrt;      ��� ��� s   after   date   I   Intend to
make   i    llcation    lo    the     Hon.  the
Chief Commissioner  of    Land;     nnd    '' ,la' ���' ;i',',i' 'late, I  Intend to ap]
-."'i ���" ��� il an i car-  lu  the  Hon,  Chief C im ..
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN thai
erth;     100   chains   wesl ;    10
������mm.   along   rlvor     to  poim   of
following
Hoth im
s mntl,  N'ev   '.'. ���      iin le    I Hi   i Icl:
HI
���
	
..:���   loss.
1 Halm   No.    l.".     ' Inmmi ncing     al   posl
'    nted  "i   the   Zymagatitz   River,   aboul   am  Sound:     thence   inutli   vn  chains;
������ ,"."",:ilm":i thl ""sj   th< nee west  SO chain,;   thence south
I'i'. .Jeiiins ensl : 40
L nd - i nd Works, ror spei lal license
to cul an l carry away timber from the
"taining 040 ,cn ;.   ;-,,.���, ing at a stake 40 chains   rr'1!owlnS described lands, ���:ui.: aa
easl of small bay al the head of Hoth-  follows;
���
e 1 stock is goo i FEED.   We ;.'-' p ihe besl am   thi
Make vour chickens lay by giving then   good te. I,
vour live stoc 1;
tNEFAC.
ve you tried t h.
mpuny.    If not '!
e excellent.
building up   bone   and  mui   I. .
i ���      j   I- lour ma le ' y the Eburne
���i": hone 333 in I try it; the results
Ci mmencing at a staki   n anted
-     i.oic" r.Vn-IjVains/.a'stVV.i ;;,I,";''|"'."',;" """"'-, ''"'"���;".M,!l1"  ..u   Hernando    Island   Savwnrd    His-
chains se   th;   ioo chains wesi  to river; ���   ll'1"1 ���    thence east  SO chains to                                     ��� ������'���"������ "    J"^
li ii   i" chains northerly along river to point of commencement,                        trict, ai the southwe t corner of sec-
;    ^^l.:";;;.";/;:;"'""' containing  640 2.���Commencing al   a  Btake al   thejtion 6: '^"ce north 80 chains; thence
Claim   \...   n.   -Commencing   ai   posi north-east    corner   of   Claim    No, 1;   easl SO chains; thence south 80 chains
planted  on   the  Zymagatitz   River,  aboul   thence   north   SO  chains-   thence west   n,,.���,.,   >.-,   . e.,, , i,. ;��� ���
��� lies  up  rioiii  them  outh, on  the  su chains-     n ,���\ ��� i,  v;,i ,i, ,i, west 80 chains to point of com-
���   -   hank  of   river;   il ���.    n;,i     chains ,,    cnalns'     thence BOUth   SO   chain;-..    n,,...,.,.,U)    ,
':   I" chains north;  100 ononis west to 'hence east  sil chains lo poml  of com-.
river: thence   i"  chnina southerly along mencement,                                                 2.   Commencing at a stake planted
river to point ol  comn icmenl main-       ;> Commenrlne nl �����  nosl   in ���i,.,;,t    ,,    ,i ,,
ing 040 acres, more or les? commencing at a posi  in ci.ni.s   or  the northwesl  corner    Beclion    ."���
Claim   No.   it.   Commencing   ai   posi ��'est of the north-east corner of Claim   thence easl   so chaii, ������   n,m��� ,������,k
i    nted on  the Zymagatitz  River, about No. 2; thence north 80 chains; thence                              chains,   ihem,. south
n-nem?i from the mouth,, on the wesi west    80    chains;    ihence    south    80   *�� chains;   thence wesl    80    chains;
���   ins northi   4o" chains? east to "Vive?" chains; thence east 80 chains to poinl   thence  north   su  chains  to point    of
QUARRIE & CO
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephc
March 21st,  1907
then.      100  chains  southerly   along   river   ot commencement
1 P 'lnl of commencement, containing 0 l"
������   i   i   ire   or   I. ---.
' 'laim   N'o,   IS,    < lommenclng    nl    post
! ' "ited    ���        nth   bank     n|   S]   .
boul mile    be low   the
\< e- t       thence 80 .
���   i hains  north
i  Rlvei     th ���������    aloi ������   i Iver to
... i.m  ��� onti       i    ' ���
mi
���..
1   on   '' ������
; ommencement,
HENRY GROSE,
3.���Commencing al a Btake planted
it the northwesl ioi r ol section 5;
thence norih  so  chains;   thence easi
'������"  chains;   th. nee   south   80  chains;
' ��� thence wesi so chains to poinl of com
l'\KK NOTICE thai application has  mencement,
l
i 'laim  No, 7.    I     ���������..��� i     ,.   .- ���
I.   i    : bOUl    10   . '.. ::.-   e  ���
-i nth wesl   corner  ol  the i
I'.alliiin      res.'! ,. .      thence
v\e si:     in chains  s. ith;
cast;   10 chains nu] th,
nn     emont.
1   aim N'o. S    I    mmencing ai
planti d  "ii    the north-wes
T   I.   Ti'i:.;   thence   16.   i hai
Le ' .; tins  north;   100  cl    ns  ���
chains   south,   to  p. lnl  of coi
ment.
claim No. n. -Commencing u
I .-���' 1 eai the no ' ��� ��� i '
T, L. 7945; them ��� IG0 . hains
40 chains BOUth: 160 i hains .
Hie west line of T. L. 7945;
along ihe line to p. nl of con
ment.
Claim     No.   10.    Com    ��� o  ii
posi ; lanti i mi th.   we     : ne i
T:p If.  al oul   mi chaii s    11 ith .
ni i     west     cornei     . i     T    L.   "
thence   100   chains  w. sl       10
soul       ico - hains ���   ft, to the    <���������
T    I..   ::���;."���:   thence ;  i n    Uie     n
poinl   ni   i omm. ne ��� i i. nt
' .a :n   No.   11.���Ci        ���     in.
posl   planted on thi        th-west
"'���   "i     !-���  7945;     ���. ��� ���   ���        mn
ch   ns   west:     10     laim   a
chain    east, to the w. st  line ol
~'i y :     thence   10  i h Ji     i outh   i
thl ' .      point   .        '     Mime lie i  '       ,
Claim   No,   12    C'ommeni Ing   al
; i ���-'   plant, d al  th        ith-. as'
of T.  I.   7:i 15;    thi u <     i unnii
chains   wesl;     40 chains   south
chains  east;   thence  40 chains  i
tee point of commenci i u nt.
L.   . ted  Kebru.ir..   I 1.   1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,
PRANK   VANDALL,
I/a . ' ii
Per Frank Vandall,
March 22,  191
Land Registry Act.
Re  Subdivision   s  and   l1  of  Lo
suburban   Block   7.  New   Westn   :,.-
City.    Whereas  proof of  the
Certificate   of   Title   Number   51
Issued in the name ol Grace P, P
has  been filed ill llii-  e (flee.
Notice is hereby giv. n thai  I ���'
at the expiration of one month ���
the date of the Qrtl ; ublication hi
or, issue a duplicati  i I th. sal I
flcate,  unless in the  meantime   .
objection be mad" to me in ��
('. S. KEITH
Histrict Registrar of
Land   Registry  Office,  New \\i
ster, B. C, March 13,  L907.
"The Milwaukee]
"The   Pion>-!-  Limited"'   St.   Paul I
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Oma'-a I
Chicago,   "South   . West     Limits
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   thc   service   on   .'r
railroad   jn   the   world   that  equal
equipment  thai of the  Chicago, M
waukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     '-'
own   and   operate   iheir  own   pleepim
and ilitiit,); cars on all! tlicir train; ''
give  their  patrons  an   excellence
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROVVE. General  '.���'<"
i,14 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, I
BLACKSMITHING.
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LAND REGISTRY ALT.
.   . ,',.;'   been   made to register   Karl   Ilru.lvik
.:���..: '���'",���:" \:::i;  ;   ,hae ,0W"erJiD ^e Simple, under a  .l���l,n Carlson. LoeatS.
���   . s   ��� .   River;   then   ���   120  chanis    lax 8ale  Dee��  r,'"ni  ���'���  A.  Came:    IS,,
March 22, 1907.
Having bought oul  the Blaclism"1
lng business of R, II. lienson, I *
be pleased to see all his old cu6toB
ers, as well us new ohms. Horse'"'
ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth  Street
f ���URDAY,  APRIL  6.   1907.
T H E   DAIL I   X E V. S
7
FSTATF in the City of New Westminster and throughout the
uu 1 rl I *-i Xew Westminster District is advancing in price verv
rapidly.   Property is changing hands so quickly that
ho
?es ruling the market today are oftentimes non-existent on the morrow
Lots throughout the city are doubling in value, owing to the many large
d new industries starting up, bringing in their train a greater population of
meseekers.
I. 333
PROINT   STREET
,   g  ON   THIRD  ST.   BETWEEN
, ���',    \N|,   f. .1  li'i II   AVENUES
���L-TED WITH        SPLENDID
p     TREES.        ALSO     SMALL
:|s LARGE 2-STOREY
,i:     |3   lie lOXISi   WATER   AN1 '
t.il''-'   NEW   SEWERAGE    PRICE
HALE CASH,   BALANCE   AT
: CENT
'- '*���-
el
Sub. of Lots v and   11
\     lh SI   : illl  m.Hlern   Improvement
ni    juiif  . isii,   buliinc.   ��� asy :   ;e
In   ffli ":    I ' 11 I'���' :��� ���
St.;
. 2.*ti |.   "    ;...,
staiw ""'   ' "'  A*n.t,a
StlleBS
'Prill
rii     ��� ",'��| ''M-'"'1'
^7 .;..',  \:n    i :: i
HS ;
hart
mTn |  ,        nths ut 7  1" r cent.   I Inn
tlrm   ho  ��e  off   litli   St.   le. twee n
tli  Avei   iei
II.
,    I' lOlllS,   With   :ell   lllilil-
JUST A SPECIAL-lhafs all
SPLENDID HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH 10 ACRES IN LADNER.
Hun.-,' 2 full storeys. -1 bediooms,
iare;i> hall, 2 clothes closets. }^iasti-r-
ed iitni finished in cedar; large lawn,
beautiful flowers, over 50 rose trees;
hedges, high board and wire fences,
seashell walks: orchard 4u apple, -
pear, 5 prune, r> plum, large cherry
and other fruit trees; 1-8 acre of
strawberries; soil black loam, with
clay subsoil, well underdrained; last
year produced 738 sacks of potatoes
on I acres, _ not fullv seeded, S inns
of hav, etc., etc. $4200.00]
$2000 cash. Fuller particulars on enquiry.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$e.oo per acre, half cash, balance easy,
He T00U. a Hand.
Mr and Mrs Stockson Bonds art ta-
vol.t.iii- bridge v st lyers and
their  borne   Is   the   in. o(
bridge players of all grades    On one
evening  In  every  week  thej   are "al
boroo" to any of their friends who wish
to play, mui on other evenings thpj ������
tertnln pari es of their own selection
for games   wl eh range from n cent ��
poinl io ;i much higher figure,   Recent
l\. long after the bouse had been 1 losed,
h   iiieise   wei-.   beard   downstairs* and,
regardless of bis wife's protests, siev-u
son Bonds went below to ascertain the
cause,    the' noise continued nnd grow
louder,   but   no  answer  came   to  tbe
wife's calls from above    She became
alarmed,  opened   tho  window,  *:i\n   n
policeman, and be made a rush for the
basement door.    A  few   minutes later
the husband appeared before bla panic
stricken wlfi> and told her 11���� bad found
the servants playing itri.In<* ������ 11 <��� 1 wran
gllug over the propriety e>i" a certain I
play.
"I )|.|    \ mi    send    Hie"    whole    party
S;^   and   ":;"  nal1   acre3'  ',:1"  ;'   "      Large lol  and two cottag. n Co    away?" askeii tho wife
cleared   ready  for  planting;   I 1-2 a     lumbla street, Sapperton.   Both rented      "Why.no    I took a band and decld
res  partlj   cleared.    House,   ."   1 1 n -.  .,. j],, ,,.,,;, ,-,i the (itiestlon before 1 rcnllned where
I w .1^"   n.'w *, .ni. tribune
Tel. 333
Full-
...  t
sized 1
ot N
). 8,
lie-
tween
6th &
Tth
Ave
on
4th St.
. west
side.
$300,
half ca
sh. bal.
in 6
mos
���
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash. hal. easv.
LOTS
OF GOOD THINGS
TO EAT
for Sale
14x24;   storej   and   half,    mall   ia
. ilclce-.i  house;  fruil I rees an I ���-
ei ' en- -:   $1,70 i,  half < ash .    1d
three monihs al  ' .-���   oeti
I'his ;-  e
i in ��� nn 1 one hall i i .use and
full s r,e lot, situate 1 nortii side of
Itoval avenue aud corner of MctCinnis
He  Held On.
"In  a   tow n   bin U   in   \ ermoiit   one
itorey   house,   10  rooms,   also
. " feel. ..   ��� ��� ���.'��� on Jubilee i iail fa
���   groun i
. rom mil SL on  uli Ave.
1,1,,   in.i  ftei  ..ie avenue,    li'i. ' , lng three roads;  1-3 mile from .' ;':   e   li    \lil feet,   $250 cash.
i'.,,.   sn   no; $1,    modern     improvements;   lol     66x132;     ,    . ,,
' ������    ',' - ,-,     , ' ���  . ,    siiiiion on  the. tram  line,  near ,   r i! 	
 lime al   .   pel  cent ,.,ne  .,,   hack;   part ot lot  set  out   with    _   ,    ,        .        .      ,,   ,
���i    i   rooms    innI    h Ished;   , ,, .       Oak   hotel.     Small   house;      .     acres
i   i..i   11 v. -��� ���   .... 2nd  int   frui'    trees    and    nice    lawn,    l'lic     .        ,       , .        ,,,������, -���
l   i...   iim.,.,  on -nn  nu cleared  anl   cultivate.      Price $-.j00.
-....    on   i i-i, st.,    west side.   $2,750.  $1,500 cash,  baance 6 anil   12   ... ,     .   , .      ,,        ,   ,���
,-w:  papered:  sink een.I pan- $1,000  cash,   balance    G,     12,  and   IS
$i,ooo; terms sj 'ash, $13   montns at 7 percent. , - ..,,.,..���,
p, ���  cent, .'.- rents at $10 per '  " '
'. ear.
iet;  n rooms:  bath room, hoi  nml   time."   said   a   doctor,   "n   big,   huskj    PymTYIP    lV'Io'lt'<
valuable holding, , ,M   water, closei;   woodshed;  young   lumberman entered tl Hlce of a deu    A ���'���"It     IVIVtlL^
Beef
Mutton
Pork
:" the city, call und bring this adver   uearlg   fruil   trees;   streets on   three   '1st 1  know  and showed tho doctor a
tisemeni   with furthei   :>.-���'    . ;,,.    nne   v.jeWi    price  $1,800. $900   bad  tooth.   The dentist  decided  thai
culars ,    i, " the tooth should be pulled
I He ri i    iii    Vancouver    ':   id,
. Ine full sized lot, 66x132;   2 store)
md   sm.   Sapperton.   house;  7 rooms;  Hush closet upstairs;
all modern Improvements; new house:
$3,000.   '_���   cash,   '���_.   in  6  months at   7
; "i < enl     Good sized stable and fruit
Section   IT   ii
ner ..f   I Oth  and   St.  Andrev
Hie   and   .".ill   Ave.,  W'-sl   sld
17 lots, full sized on Gth street, In
Huruaby, East side 100 yards from
f lift  Can   factor;.    Price  $1,020.
House on Royal an l Eighth sti it,
I w o  sl  ;���������: s,  seven  rooms,   E ill  size I
efcoth r
e good
N.-E
timbttr
cash, I
8.-W
ill) acres Rood trull  land In Surrey;
'All   right."   said   the   lumberman.
Oue full sized lot, 2nd lol from cor-J .Bu, |lgten ,���,���     ,,- , ,,,��� v,��� ,,, gtnl)|
���r,   ll'h  streel   anl Sth  avenue, lot | you Btop pulling or I'll I t you up.'
"Tbe dentist agreed, nnd the lumber
man got In the chair The dentlsl took
heelil of the tooth and began pulling.
Almosl Immediately the lumberman
yelled, 'Hold on!'
"Tiie' dentlsl continued to pull 'Hold
on!'yelled the lumberman The dentlsl
kept pulling, nnd tin- tooth came out.
Then the lumberman jumped from the
chair mad.
" 'Why ilieln'i you stop when I told
 vou to?' he asked fiercely,
HOUSE and LOT "'Veen  didn't   toll  me  i" stop.'  snld
the dentlsl
���"I   .ll,I   |o.,:    I   yelled   "Hold   ont"
CHEAPEST BUY IN THE CITY
House, corner of 5th Ave.
and 6th St.. 1 lot, 2 storeys, e^ rooms. $2,300; half
cash.
Veal
��������������
Cenl ;��� illy  located  In  a comuiinandlng i
,.ii elenreii     Price$800, hall trees.    Second  hou   ���   fi un Sth  streel
t-i    ���;   months  al   7   per  ee���i . Vi...   Qa sj , . lot,   $2,030
rough  i rom  sl re, t  to  s
iin. ii*
' ���-. ., l;.','1;:;-." :.V,"    - v-f..���.  I  ��� TZ-Z l��n'��M  ,   P���� ��,  <:"'  ''���"������"uh,  now for $23 !��'����, Plflh 8treet.   Two and one half-storey I    '"Oh.'said the dentist in. ..(lv. '1
'..,::' '"'   ' ' v'in'ult 1""-' f"' f'l"', '" ;| '  i":!!- "'   only one-quarter rash needed, balance ���,,..���,    T,
. from $25.00 to $3,��c: ,��� one ���,. ,.vo   earg a| . .... ,.,,...
Ituation;   Third   avenue,  al   fool   of
twice,
�������������
Wllwn.
Llongside
��� illl      .'.-.UT''     III-
"e acres, half mile waterfront. G.X,
Ten rooms (recently papered)    thought vou meant le. keep hold of it.'
Ml  modern  conveniences;    hoi    and      "The  lumberman  believed  blm nn.l
chard. -      !-��� :.������>������.  ;��� ra..- ���*'
cash, I.. Mi" ��� ��� 111.11 ii.m ne. im -
2 lot- r...�� '-.   i.   i: ' mi"' I   si.,  Sanp
ton.   ?-'        i- 1"'..
R.  ruunlng    through.
i is;       Investigate.
$9,460.  terms
ISO acres, Ma  le Ridge, ions 2S,  cold   water,   hath,   flush   closet,  lava-
,i.  mii .   electi Ic   li;;hi:   nice ' lawn;   loi
cooled off."   I lonver Post,
:���' an I
i'i ns il i   ;���.  .,:;     :,..
Agility oi' Har   i a mI  Ribbits.
Kill i  size I   In'   in   Sapperton,  I'.icn.
Interesting:
Iho   relatlvi
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between j
6th and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
les, &c; an exception-
cheap bargain. Price
nil. $2,500 cash, balance
;      year at 7 per cent.
Bi inette  sl reel
$'30   cash.
10;   full   size;
easily
avenue     and     C.
$3C0  cash.
: land     street.      ! ears at 7
cent. Exclusive a jenci.
160 a es, Westminster district, 40
a ires uuder cultivation, 10 acres or
i m.i rd, ;S acre sl rawberrles plante I
this year; al ler bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame barn 30
a   32;    14-post   fri.mo  house  and   co,v
stables, t liree In all, stable S i m a and
Mur .! ���   I  in  ing,    l  mil ���-   ., ��� ,,     ���
', ���    , ,    .     .   ,,      - span  horses;  near .Mission Station;
mi  ,luni ' ."ii.    Jus    .'.:   the
MiipiIi,   Landing, nb ml the   schools,    ch irehes     near    al     li ind;
it;  25 acres cleared, unde     -������....��� lands twice a da;      i     ul  Hi'
tie, resl  brush and  some small trees. tH5xl32, with lan.' In rear;  pari of lol
Prices: Se tion 32, $45 per acre;  Sec- "" " i: "i'1' fnii' fees.    Price $2,750. ..Ju'i'iV ,'.i'hMi', . and riil-'blts ureTlven
lion 20, $60 per acre; Sectiou 23, 533 H,~>00 cash, balance arranged. i��� ., volume i.,  .1. .;   Millnls,   "When
per  acre.    Telephone   at    Hammond; - lots, 20, 21:  No. 20. $170: No. 21, running al ease," be says, "the length
telegraph   station,   Pitt   River  Bridge, fcorner)   $175.    Durham   and  Second of tho hare's stride ls about four feet,
ared; Eighth and Seventh     Terms, half rash, balance one and two streets. ��� bu1 ,""1"r """' "'< "r fenr iN lr!l|w
extend to ten and twelve foot, while
some authors claim thai it enn jump
fen ditches twenty to twenty-live fool
In width,   Perpendicularly n Inn nn
Jump on in a live fool "all. Lut seems
to bo nonplused by one' about six feet
Tin. stride of the nibbll Is aboul two
feet. When necessary it enn mnkn
leaps eef ^i\ or seven feet horizontally.
Al.i'iii throe fool Is Hi,' highest Hint n
1,1.1 . One hundred and sixty acres N. W.   rabbll can attain to oven when helped
cash,  bal. to be arranged
SPECIAL
1 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
'2, near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
6   Lots  facing Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
at i per cent.
',   Sec.    15, Township   ll. two miles   by the asperities of a stone wall."   Mr
No. 1 land.    Price, $10 per acre. One ,     .  ,   , ,
I-;. ;- , Langle , 20 unde   cul Ira   third cash balance on time 7nercenl "' bek1 "8     "    !" i"'^11'1"'  "'	
r and cedar, never been   ,.,.,.   ,, ,.   ,           '       ,              ���  ,���                      ice on time, 7 per cent. tI|���   ,������ u  n|.   ,,,���   ,,������,   ,���_   ���       r
1"'-'     l"1'  '" '                            Interest. ,        ������. ..,...,...���, ���i each stroke   The
a]
lan.
centre
cultrfi
Stable. ���i i ��� i;; i: '.
ing fr i'     ���   $Vr>0,  on easy
terms '   - $1,250 cash).    $22 per acre, '  ll:'���������-''���  "i"'^"   '"   -
% efts :'���������'     ill:: i ���. mths. '   '������ > le        ie ve I timbei   L-iid in
10 a '   ���:���:.   ...  '   :    , .rn.    ol '    : :;"     x ' "'      ' 1;:"
N.-W. ... V ���:; ,.���    ' v .000;  $1,000 i . it f
I   from   Fori   Langley,
Smoked Meats
Mains
Bacon
Rolls
Backs
Pork Sausages
Sausages
;.ea Blashod|   Millala tolls bow rabbits swlm-whon   Weiliei'WUl'St
compelled   to;   "They   swim   with   tin
���I:-'.    ���'   refused      r       indint
���r; cai    ige  house  Hi  ���;  21:   hen
mi ' I   repair;   a   snai    il   $j.003,   h
One buudre I and sixty acres, N.W,
eooiI soil; i        e from
I'oad      :,:...���
j^dar, ai
fYale r
5 lo:
and 9t
St., eyt . . :i.'   ,,'.        ...    m   , |....
$500,  r   if   cash. .-.; hm :i |     u ,;r   ������
���   	
S s lots.
. i     :i"i   between ���������;i   $60  each   lot.     Full
\ve.  on Lie!  St., side of 2nd
.'Mi..-    ii    lin
er   particulai      n
enquiry.
Four   an I   one half   ai icl��e a
tunity        lire"-' i, m Seventh   an I   Eighth   avPiiue;
S ro<   ; -. :���     :   ii.nis. . I alh room,  i 1st i treet,    Price $2, .ro.
water  ��� . <��� .| lot, GGxlOU n ,;;,,., 7 ,. ,���,,,��.  , at]
h
feet, t : .-.     ..iw. imi iih ai
on  ive i'i Ice $2,300.
alance In 6 m mths at 7 '   .
closet,  furnish   I     ol  and cold  water;
''.  : ��� :   facing   Ith     rei In]
r ;. ' $2,400, :_ ��� . !i
t.   Bth A
H ca*
��. ���        .     ' :,, .....
tWUr
l_'  acres   cleared;     8-roome I       Lot  1    on   Fifth a��-ouue, Q, 10
houiii lied,   ol      i     ;.   $:i00  cash.
fflHr
kia4|. .   ; '.:. T- "��is ..ne :i'"i-
tU4^a%%%\
vSS
;���
:res,
ncn
.  mile     fi mi.  ��� ;
i
lots
"th  n
...   1 ith   .- reet, i
1    t h  a v.
"���-
;, ���
IU
.   ol
Hamilton
���e^
���;
���
(line
12.    Price $245,
��� . ml hs,
i
��� ;  S Vi  ol
N, i   ...    Log
ko ���������: i   and . hlclten coops,
6C .ne,   ''     mil   trees;   ro
ast- ii-     uider
cn , eon  and   : aci es slashi I
Prl J20 pe,   .icre.  : :  im  ii, 'ul-
an- ���,   '                  ,��� :���
1 (till .���:.'.,��� lot, bl 'I m ii. lol  II.
'atrlck'      .-���'.       Price
FOUH ACRES MUoCHIE ROAD,
EUr.NABY. S'^O HER ACRE.
Fh e c il' iges an I two ��� -' - on Flrsl
Queen's   ,��� ���:        P   :e
$7,000.
1 ' .' ������;     ���  .   ..
Inr and    Id.      Good soil; good roads,
Vp  Ij   for full  p irl ii e ir
icres In Surrey,    acres cleared,
fen cl on i     I sl I". $1,800, ha    cm
:..!��� I   pe "'..:
|e     io    iie   f timbe'
17. IS. 1(1, 2'
-���'.  ... .'        -       .
: le lnl
?.c"0.  e ash     SIi ; ���     its a
i        ������ .i   Fl til    i   :   Six   .   ;���  -������ i   ���
.    ���    ;   m ii   i       eet, eight ro ui i, ���������
" ' ��� i ���    .'���       , ', .    ��� . :
' .'.   t.'.      store    .  $1.rum cash
Sec.
Township  16, 2Va  nille
Ah "ii sf ird.    creeli      running
; nigh,  .".'I  acre    alder bottom, said
to bo  $600 worth  of  timber  on  the
shoulders aud fronl pari of iho body
ai" 1'iiiie I lii'ii.'iiih the water, while
the rump and tall aro high and dry "
Tyranny  of  Clothes.
Place a man In n silk h il and frocli
roperty,    Price $10 per acre, 'j cash,   coal aud transport hlm to a farmyard,
balance on lime Agricultural pursuits may bo the one
passion of his life, Imi  clnd  In  these
gnriiionts  he   fools  in   nuch   sun ad
Ings miserable, oul ut plnco, essontlnl-
6-foom cottage, 7th Ave.&
6th St., facing 7th Ave; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage,   Cecil;   bath   room,
wood sh
White Pudding"
�����������*
his,  peac
tear and plum trees, rrice
$1800,  half cusli. bal. 6&
; 12 mos. al 7 per c
ly urban Clothe hlm, conversely, In
(Inuncls or knickers and place blm In
a church, and it Is utterly Impossible
for hlm lo assume a fittingly devo
r mind, Unlimited nu
i). racy Itself cnnnol Impose such fyr
nni.l * "ii tin' -eni'jei'i. t'Ivlllzatton
Is th- slave of i'-i clothes, and there i-1
i . | rospoct of freed mi. tjondon
(Iriiplei".
TURKEYS
18c per lb.
l])i)|(>   i   tlonnl  frame o
*���������������
House     ind Ihrei     lots, coi n r I!r 1
St.;  o-room house an I
...     Price $1,500. one third i     h,
i id 12 mon        it 7 in
10 acres N'i u'th road,    ",
cl . ;    Po     Moody;
undei     cultivation;    7
li frame  harn     ���'."���. ��� -.   i ��� ���
.    I"\ 10;     fenced      ....        ��� :
Price 00,    hull
bul. In 6 mo   .!    it 7        cent
.,    I
lots   or    LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near thc Bridge
Cheap
Ten ncres In Lol  16 '. on ��� mile ea '���
of West min   nr Jun tlon,  M soil, .
;     clenre I,   $30 per o
:  ui ' ��� i me nent housi is I
m H .-
I  full sized Lots   bel ween   Si . enl h
���    mil  Hamilton  itm  . i i
Eighth stre      al       ared and fenced ,      ,���,,,.   .,        |of,,       ,,.,.,,
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
!                                  from $50 to $3,000.
...                       Sec us imm< diately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.	
The Juice of the  Grape.
The  Arabs say   Unit   when   the  flrsl
���  ipei lue wns plnnted Iho demon Iblls
icrlflccil n |i"i'"ii. ou tho -e|��'i where
' I plnlll     \i   l-e   Bet.        \-e    -e     OS    it     1)0
- ,: "   ��'�� ". II '"' I ''���   :;; i   t ,    prout , forth   li i   t icrlflced  an
:'   il   mi I    Se      !       ���     ip0 .     ���   n     VVTien Iho grape i lieg in
i vei .ii  nortii        ���     P to npponr he    11 lightered  a   lion,  nnd
51,500, .   i.     i  ,:   ������ ,',   Me ��� -1'    when these wete ripe he offered  up n
,1 ,,   ,,��� ,,,,,,. ���   ���   ii-   It   Is  thii   he  who drinks
-,-. ;ue feds nt flrsl ,i-< pro id   . i n p. n
��� . '.    and   I""-..iim       nl       -iM'
.   .��� as nn ape, as bold ns a lion
nnd nt length as ^tui'i'l as a swine,
Geese, 15c lb.
I Hicks, 18c lb.
Chickens
��� ��� , i n on one of the 1 it i. $1,300,
h ilf cash,   mm mi e i ne yenr ..;  7 pai
,     I   !{j|
.  ���'��� in ��� i in    ���',.,"���
I tin :e. "        , '.'i    ���;. read    for cu
llval    .,  good  n  ter, ha     mile   I   un
Dofinition-
A :. li. define a suffragist, a Brit
i-h Bcboollioy answered, "A person
who creates a disturbance." Ono boy
described "surf" ft* "a form of sCa
��� ... .| which grows In tho Pacific
ocean." In an essay on the canine rare
pupil dee hiro'l thai "small dogs Im
o    .Mim.\|i.m.  Tenth st
1.' leen's   . i en ie,    Pi Ice $450.
������    ��� ���    tn   ,     md  In  :���"��� .     '/'      "  8"""   "   ' "'  """   '""'   "'UU1 Provc ,,v keeping," nnd another gavi
, .   m ,        nea hool, al  Chiiliwack, $75 per aors, tho singular of "twoIn" ns "worsted."
7 l-'     m  Twelfth  street,   etween - , .,-,���,.,. ,    ,,     ,.,���,.,    house , all    modern	
���en's and Third avenue; west side . ,, , ������..,.  ���M/  There Yet.
'       ocl
(20    ���
uit   lan i .  :i iat
.    ���   ::,      le iceg, 'en C nil irvon street all I
' .   i     reet, two storeys, $3,750.
Scott   My wife's mother has visited
ll*   only   once   in    five   yours.      Mott -
2 lots, till si/- I,*132xl32, corner of  That Isn't bad.    When d<> yon expect
of    ar  shop;    full  size.    Price $3,500
-: "i cash, balance terms        i   sh.
Pn-  nf Int "e'e   Inlns T nke Commur "" ''���    ";l     K"''
fart or lot  joins uik      immur, ��� tne crescent; 7-roomed house,    Price her to pay her second visit7   Scott
aboul   7"   acres,   onlj   i:.   per   acre. '    ��� *'     m-���   $;0500   ,2 cash| ba|ance 6> 12 and 18 oll   ghe ,,,,s���.t  got  thr���ltiiU  her first
m,���'                          ������������>'     '���������I'-          Halt cash.   Jump. ,:1   ' only $1,030.                             ni0nths. vet.   New York Telegraph.
fJL.'        "                    ���������:.'���                Seven-roomed house, Seventh street, louse     10   rooai3,  l',   lots,   near     .,,,,,       .      '_ .. ���
-SL  ���:.:���.'v.o:o,!~������.,.:.���;;   S *��� �����������. *�� ��<"��**���fui1 rm ���  �����***��.��. ���.   ���: liz^J%zi^mrl ^^t^.
ilzed lot, $1,600. $2,000. T��nns can be arranged            nsh. t.il. 6, 12 and 13 months Reporter   Well, Ive interviewed ner.
anee
I niii!' al '
-���Real  Estate Brokers ���������
Agents for Employers' Li?biiity, and Union Fire Ass}irance Cc. of London.
l-'.elitor- Did she talk without rest ra int?
t Reporter -1 should sny nitl She
wouldn't say n word until her husband
I'iinip in and told her to keep still.���
Philadelphia Inquirer,
Daniel's Fame.
Deacon Jones Why was Daniel the
most popular man mentioned In the
Old   Testament?   Brother   Smith-Be-
ii  ��� he. was lionized.
A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY
POR EASTER AT
Reichenbaci
CO., LTD.
Wholesale nnd Kelail Dealers
Phone I0I.
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THE   DAILY   X EWS,
SATURDAY,
TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
FAMISHED CATTLE
SHORT OF FEED J
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
A
* iioiis^riolci ���
SCARCE, AND SNOW STILL CO- J
VERS RANGES.
i; 101 ts   from   the   interior   of   the
| Necessity j
Two   Fine  Residential   LOTS
on Royal Avenue east, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost any old way to suit purchaser.
province indicate that there will be air t          n      ���
very heavy  loss  among the   ranchers   X An  adhesive,   POl'OUS
as ;. resull of the severity of the pasl   J Wall-finish for interior
winter ancl the delayed opening of the  J Work ill evei'V
spring.    The snow in ihe direction ofl* ,         .     .          ��..'.,.
Kamloops and Lillooet is still covering   X description Ol building
the  ground,    The resull   is  thai   the  J 	
stored  for  the cattle  during  Lhe  ��� pu{; Up m twenty-three    ��
winter months is very scarce.
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center of city
good streets; each house in good repair and
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
Th.   winter 1ms been so severe that +
i, has tried the strength of the herds J
and there have been very heavy hisses ���"
throughout the past  five months. Foi- ������
lowing this Is the late spring and th.
shortage of feed, sn thai the weaken.
���.I  herds are now  becoming depleted ���
tints and white
���
���
���
-���
���
I MURAL0 I
to un alarming extent.
In   some eases   ii   is  reported   thai
there will be herds of cattle complete
Ready for use when
mixed with water
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
ly wiped out. In other cases il Is ���
more than likely thai the losses will X
amount  to al   least   fifty  per cent, ot'.z
"".;.,s'"ck- ,   ; ,.    , ��� Anv person can apply it ���
rhe cattle  in  many  cases  suffered   ��� ���    l l L  J        ���
from   frost  bites  aud  hav..' developed
agravated  sores   which   sap   their   vitality.    The cattle that go out on the  ��
grass will he in a very weak condition
and  will require the closest  attention   ^ +
for some time after the spring opens
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland ��� Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. Wa Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
A Curious   Notice.
: ANDERSON |
Und LUSBY:
���
This curious official notice was once  $���������������������������������������������������������������������������'
published In Germany: "At the request
of ilerr Wilhelni Lelgson of lunsbruck   ���
thn seaman, Johan Lelgson, who was
drowned in May.  1860, on a journey    A I-        1    x      A
from  Stockholm  tei  Hamburg   in   the r\OSOlUte J\CCUraCy
Kaiser Priedrich, is hereby called upon
himself on or before Api
der pain of being declared dead."
WILsfi    i rii'diKii,   is   iicit'iey   ..uu-u   up-
n ley the courts tee appear and report   ��-��   /licnpncina
Imself ..ii or before April 1, 1881, un-  *       **"-*fJ^'lOlffg
Financial   Note.
Jerrol.l���t'eeiilil you pay me that 10
siiillinjis you owe me? I owe Johnson
some money uu.l want to pay him.
Uobart���Well, I'll tell you what. You
pay Johnson what you owe him, and
then I'll borrow 10 shillings off John-
sou and pay you.
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.
P. O. Box   345
Familiar.
Visitor���Will   you   tell   your   master I
that I called?   Servant   Yes. sir. If you j
will please toll me your name.    Visitor j
���That is unnecessary.   Tie knows me      It is in your health's interest
quite well,   Wanderer. to   have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
'Phone   1C5.
'Phone   105.
If people resolutely .lee what is right,
ln time they come to like doing It���
r.ti-kin.
ITS TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
 USE	
Pendray's no.i winter Tree Spray
The Most Effective manufactured.
t Of   Course   He   Did.
I    "if I were nominated for the presi-
j dency of the United States," sni.l Mr.
Uenpeck, "I would" Ellard Block
"Veen nominated for president of the
United   Stntes!"   his  wife  interrupted.   "���~~ """
"What nre you thinking of?   You mean
if we were nominated, don't you?"
Then be wisely changed the subject.
���Chicago Record-Herald.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
New  Westminster
FOR SALE BY
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
���������������*���������**���<���������<>������������������������������ *������������������*������������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� ANOTHER    LOT   OF J
X EATON HURLBUT'S                                X
���
j Paper 3 Envelopes
X JUST   OPENED   AT
! J. J. MACKAY y COS
No Cause For Alarm.
Young Doctor Do yon think the visitor is really a patient? 1 am afraid
that he is a creditor. Servant Well, I
henr.l him groaning. If he isn't ill he
must have a very big bill to collect���
Fliegendc Blatter.
Family  Secrets.
Intimate Friend Is your father going to give ymi away? Prospective
Bride���1 would like to see him!���Ex-
chance.
Where there is emulation there will
be vanity; where there is vanity there
will be folly.���Johnson,
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
AND
FANCY GOODS
FULL  STOCKS   IN  ALL
DEPARTMENTS
ll has been hard to gel pronipl delivery of new -a<  m
With this announcement, however, we can say thai the arrival .....
.���ral delayed shipments during tho last  few days has placed in ,..,..
departmenl the most complete ranges of goods we have evei
In coals, a shipmenl from Germany adds a touch of newnei
mosl reasonable.    Many new lines of blouses, new  gown
range of lengths,   In (acl all over the store can be seen    .,.
new.   We will consider il a favor to be allowed to show you
KOOdS.
'i U'
ft
I
Many New Coats & Suits
Shorl   coals  of  liuhi    I'v.,
;;. wesl    St> les   .-.how Ii      .el'-
11 url coai s trimmed v\ Ith
with velvet collars, Of si
$9.75 and $10.25.
50 New Three-Quarter and Full
Length COATS
le  ..���   I.'ulii's'  ('oats,  v. hii
io  han I ..!<��� Ihe  besl   vulm
iwn  '.his season.    In  Ih.
i lie  fashion as to style of cu    .
; rimming, with a fii w I
reel   tailoring.     Anion
niiinj  styles In cream sei - ���
light   shades,     Ecelleni   val n
$7.50, $10.00, $13.50 to $20.00.
New Costumes by Express
Such a demand for new ..nits existed a  few  weeks agi
stock then was greatly depleted.We telegraphed for some n<
The)   came to ham] during the last  lew 'lays.    We were sm;
the values sent and they are decidedly   new-  low   in   prici
quality;  each $18.50 to $27.50
Our Wash Goods Departmenl Sells Only the Best Wash M|
���HARD  TO  BEAT'   ENGLISH PRINTS
'���Wi
A complete range of these besl eet printB, m all the mo i        ,
able washing colors.   This week we have added many sh; de
gre>  and black.   All one price, per j I. 15c.
BEST CANADIAN  PRINTS.
Several qualities shown In these serviceable  prints, alth
as tine quality as "Hard to Heat'' then' are many purposes '
thej  are as good;   per  yard   10c and 12' 2c.
AN    IMMENSE    RANGE   OF    DRESS    GINGHAMS.
We have never before shown hair the range that we are sl
this season. From past experience our customers and ourselves
that ihere is nothing better for' wearing  and   washing  than  oui
hams.   Thej come In checks of ali  sizes, In all  colors, stripe*
patterns ami plain colors;  per yard 12' 2c, 15c and 20c.
EU
Cl
Re
Reynier Kid Gloves
The best Clove' ma I. , We are now
showing the n. �� s i ina range. Ixmg
h ngths are- wanted now.
I.; Bul ton Su le, sh iwn in black,
white;  per pair $2.75.
16 Button Glace, black onlj ; per
; air $3.50.
12   Button   Suede,   shown   in   bl
v lute, grej  an I tan;   per pair $2.25.
12 Button Glace, i iress gloves in
I. ngi h are in greal   demand, and .  i
new ; ang<   of pop ilai shad, a and qualities will !'   sold i] licklj.   To be ha I
in  black, w hite, tan, grey, mo le.
. tir $2.75. $3.00, $3.50.
Sh. rl  I. ngli'- in  many qualilles, in
eluding   (���;,.    kid,   a  ������ ��� .   glti ��� .
$1.25, $1.50. $'.75  and $2.00.
Long and sh: rl long! hs In fain ic
Gloves a* .-ll pii ���
sail
m
W. S. COLLISTER & Co
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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Opera House Bookings.
April 15���Ward's   Minstrels,
iprtl 2-1      . ��� llo   Bill."
M iy Stn nger in Town.
May -    a Texas   Ranger.
May  10   Old  Vrkansas.
Maj   li    i'i ck's  Had  Hoy.
��r
Si FURNITURE
217-219 Columbia St.
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The Finest and Large I Stock of Furnit ure is to be seen at FAI E
1' .������ clearance sale i     till on.   Over .$15,000 stock still to go,
New goods arriving daily.    Lat.  I   tyles and besl fii
abi
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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Modern Cottage on Gth St. below 4th Ave., with
lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on -1th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; tine lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
ICtCM
the p
ness,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM qjjfok
710 ancl 713 Columbia  St.      Four   Floors.       Tear  Extension,   Front 5'
Wo E. TALES.
*e
ouver on Sunday j j
4    :���:
CARS LEAVE EVERY  HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A. M.    TO    IIP. M. As Usudl
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.
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fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price $1,750.   Terms can be arranged
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THOS. R. PEAHSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSUl
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