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 ;;,, yi!.;���>. NUMBER
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/V3'Vi:J��l:'1
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 9. 1901
10 CENTS PER WEEK
MATTERS
DISCUSSED
il Committee Condemns Contin-
" Slip Monopolization���Resigna-
',0115. Req^sts and Reports Re-
;L��ed-S^wa|ks~Shelved'
. i   ,n  committee ul
io hear and dls-
s fi ,.in the \'ni'ioiii- com-
OFFICIAL  APPOINTMENTS.
Gowan   Macgowan  Succeeds Aid.  J. j.
Johnston as Assistant Assessor.
'      '    ' ' IIS OVI
ll    IVI I .     .
been   appointe I   to  fl
( ause i   i.>   ���...     . ���   ,
-1     Johl    ' .a   :    c'
V.V.&E. ELECTRIFICATION
EXPECTED
I
...
. i ihe chair, May-
,i    yet  returned
���  Mr. (irane for .1
! :.iii I   bridge   on
was   granted,
.     ���   '  V ilILL    III.'    1 Julll
when deBired.
lon  as    i ���
. nth avenue be-
Sixteenth streets,
��� ii next council meet
1 if the finance and  p 1
I. were  also  laid   over
I   .   . :. of City Health Of-
: Smith,   was   .liseui-
b and 1 w ill call for appli-
1  : ition.
I 11 .. es .nnl holidays
the I ������ is   laid   over, and
resign d   Hoseman  Dicken-
: e clerk was Instruc-
quantity  uf  dog
:>":  an  air   light   on
-  ��� ���     was   granted, and   the
L slip mi Eighth streei
I ears lhal consider-
.a.i   in   fact   protest,
' .,- regards the way in
monopolizes    this
11.' 'i\ seem pretty well
it some steps muBt
near future' tu clear
I ���: .... lous  Btrei is  run*
. one alderman d<-
1 le in Ihe matter w -\
li   considered QiUej   Bros,
died  the    end*    nf
t ���   imi.1 Tenth street*
v said   .Mr.   Shilrs,   "will
\ I   .my   movement   tn
tei  al len I to,'   which
:;'' voice i prettj   general.
���>        ���      ���.!   the   Imperial   oil
ite   Iim   warehouse and
i*   storing   and   handling
.   :   iver.
��� -  drew    the    atten-
ton to ilu- facl that
nei     ol  anj   kind   bad
��� miii ,1   nml ms tin- time
in. matter should
Ud   Johnston in re-
iwing in manj  other
lance the tree9  had
��� ted,   'nil      lln'     matter
his early attention.
in   from   Mis.   Gordon
a  Bite  Im' a  croquet
irk   v\ as left over till
01 ��� !   having  in-
inftary arrangements
.   .   house, an 1 made
' 1   ,, new cesspool
hirih   weir   accepted
:n-:. acted 'u commit-
���  C   I'  1;. agent re Bun-
l    tne    meeting    a 1
.-istant  assessor,    v
'I h*     official 4c    ....
made   yi sterd^?  ,on
Fisher,    v ���<���'  . , ���      ....
Win: V
clerk   lo   su* ceed   II.   r
r* slgne I   abo il   ..   wei
Winti mute's  lal :
led bj ih��. appolntmeni ol   \   i'
���   junior elerksl
11 g
Pioneer  Sealer   Drowns.
V ' M       1 Tin
In Ni
���
���
null!..
Moos  ' an,-    to  tin ��� . ���
and 1 h.....
.....  s,|, ,   1    .
��� sim ��� .    was  mi    hi
wh* n - bi ix. lb;   ��� ���   i'i.:-,
State Corwin In Berini   -
RASCALLY RUEF
REFUSES TO RETURN
Siiortndge's     Stupid     Speaking     Jars
Judge Who Commits H;m Fcr
Ccnte-npt of Court.
Irrmense   Vi/ater  Record   Required   by
Stave    Lake    Power    Company    Is
Supposed to Be  Scu-jht for Supply- '.
mg  Railway  W.th Cheap Power.
- ...
'
: , ���    1 .'1 , :   \i
,.    ���
'
���    .
-
lei',    I
'
e ci .   . Col-
���
-     1 Cat
1    Fisher, agenl      the proi Ini al
nl   ..a I  watei
.        ' :,i    ills
'!.'���   matti r  with   1   reportei
:, ;   ..hit
t the elect 1 lie V. V. &
HILL   DID   NOT   COME.
Vice   President   of   the   G.N.R.   Failed
to  Appear  Yesterday.
* 'mi' at     to general     ��� xpectations,
Louis  Hill . ..1 aoi  an i ,-e in ihis city
esl erdaj   ind        1  an announcement
1 1 the effect lhat  the G. X. It. would
���    ablls h   111    shops   on   Lulu   Island,
build   a   a- w   station,    double    their
- '..1'1's. and  make  a  (���       ither impor-
lent   a Idil mas   in   thi       hii' iness   In
New    Westminster.     A   , arty  01   G
���   R. offli ials did 1 rave] over io Van-
1 ouvi       . I  ��� ���, ni a  few   hou       lier*
.     ��� . mlted  an I
noun imi. nl   ol   1 :,      Ind   iva
..������ ���' .      Thi        ' . .. '   tn in    .1 I   nm
Ni '.'   '.'., '1 .
���
g . . hlel   en
... .
n ��� ���       E   J.
.
W.  0.  1       ��� erlnten ol   din
nd V   I). Sei
ih ni   al   Rveri 1
I.Ml' .....
MUNICIPAL MEETING
MAKES MANY MOTIONS
AN  AWFUL   ACCIDENT
AVERTED
CANADA'S    SHORT    CUT.
Death Dealing Dynamite Discovered
Imbedded in Large Log at Royal
City Mills���Explosion Missed by
Inches���Sawvtr   Saved   Situation.
-  0)1   ;
Thi
'���.    .
.
With  Tunnel  to  Newfoundland   Three
Day Service  is  Possible.
Under the bead "Canada's Short
Cut," a recent issue of Collier's Weekly says: "Now that some fast st iam
ers are running on the Can ��� Han
transatlantic route the advantages of
thai route for quick travel, long lis-
guised by the slowness of the 1
In the service, are becoming
test
��� Nol satisfied with ihis, Can i 1: an I
Newf Hand are pushing the  - ���' eme
0 .��� tunnel under the Straits of Belle
isle. The Quebec and Lake Si lohn
railroad has a franchise for 1 he on
';; a 'imi nl such B tunnel, will: ��� mile ' ting rail lines, and the gov* rn nenl
01 Newfoundland is to contribute a
si li Idj  ol   $75 ' 10 ,1 year to th ��� en-
is*1.      ii   i-  estimated    th il   the
'.'. hb :;   wo ild    '��� onlj   len  1 Mies
li ng, can   1 e    bored    for   *>; 	
v. hen this It finished, with ti tins
1 nning to I'he east coasl of X iw-
fi 1 Hand, there will be onlj an ��������� ean
!'��� ' rj of 1,800 miles, which co I be
f anned bj a fast steamer In three
: - hardly time enough to all 1* a
passenger to become thoroughlj seasick. Even Including the rail j < irney
Min New York, ihis would Im Bhort-
��� ��� than ihe all-water route."
Condemn-;  Corporations  and  Comcan-
I
���
'
1   '
'O    AND    FORGER.
I of Stealing  Money
'    Baptists.
Man h    s.   That
' m   'Im  defaulter nf
!" 1 of ,\i u   Britain, is
'���'��� nt nf several thou
now asserted, and
i .a  in'M  Mondaj
charge,
ittorney  says  he is  in
evidence    lending  to
San   ;'.. ;.. ....      March  S.- .'.
!;..- '   .    .���     ta.il*       1 appea   la coun
.   ivhen his eas
led  i�� ���   11 mm s  com;. Cori
Walsh    ri     eaenting   In--    mm;  mm ,
find   ' ��� cted attot;.. .
\ mm;, Districl \m ��� ��� ���'������'���������:���
was ��� xamining the coron* 1. v...- n S.
M Shi Idge, one ol Ru* :'.- attor-
nej b, objected ... ������ qui stion. .1 1 Igi
1. -.  ���       .-.. Sh. irtridg*   to taki
.   ;.,   refused    Six times Judg<
Dunne   01 lei ed  the   attot nej
.!..�� n. but Sim: trldge kepi on 1 -
Finally  Judge Dunne 01 der< la      .
lift to eject Shoi tridge I    m 1
inl<   -   I.,    sal   dow n.     Tie    ;��� i
:.  took ni- seal      it kept on
lug     Judg*   11 inne I In i I�� ri :
.'.'.������.        -  1 oui;  . nd .
eted  I.im  . online I   in  the .-. uni ���    .
in:   : v. 1 : ��� . four   hours.
Ji, 1.,       ... |   an   affidax t   deel:
..... m ini ompeteni .....
:,.,   ihe  s. i'., ���    . '   ' be    ��� mi .li
want nl   ..'i   Hum'.    At   its concha
iplled to thc 1 .rn; 1 ',. a    olnl  .,11
'    . iptu '   Ruel ..ml bi Ittfi him
. -i.i   bar.   Tn ihi- Judge Duna<      n
.-1 nte !. and court v n   adjoin n< 1 nn*
2 o'clock m allow time foT thi   si 1
-.  uf a cil Izen to act  In 1   1    hei fff's
ai 1 coroner's stead.
A.s Judge   Dunne   was   leaving   the
, n      Sh*   Mii.   addressed lira . -
il   V-
���l iiesire to   eq iesl  \ our honoi
-....   of ' m .uiiim.  of  Bay,  twi nt
1  hours, in the mattei of the order
ol contem ii
"No,  sir,"    11 plied    Judge    Dunne,
ihere  will   be  no  stay," and  turned
abruptly  away.
Mayor Eugene Schmitz npi en ed lx
,,;.,   Judge    Dunne    yesterdaj     nnd
. n 1, 1 nol gulltj i" foui Indb Ini nl
charging    bim    with    1       ���'. >n     By
,..,,,  ,,. ni   ol   1 ounsel,   nexl   Moi I
v:il.     . ed  as  the  llm*   when  n
; rial  will i"' set
���... Mr. Ki-:,
ojects foi   thi   development
. ���   on 1 hi   . w<    mainlan I  1
' Thi    Stave   1 1    Pi �� ei   1 ompanj
-    een vi      active 1 he 1
...   tlthough   i ha n offi
stated that sucl   -      e case, thi
. real   N01; hi   n  1-    su  pos< I    to  be
. ;. I      al   .    .....     A   few   ...
ago            iv ei  ...:..:       osted a
effect that they were ab
'���'   a   - 75,0 in ; \; the mornii -   n   si< n thi re were
ies' Present Privilege cf Placing
Pcles  on   Public   Streets.
The I-'., cutive ol the Unii n of l!;'ii
Ish Columbia Municipalities which is
1 ��� . ing ii. '' ������'���: ia fi ' the pu osi
o* preparing m* moi i.i! to be sub-
mitted to th* government, held its
li: s; session at the citv hall 1 n Thurs-
. lition to whal thi    . . ��� adj have
To  ~..:'..-   thi nj   75,000  ini hi
m< .\i-    0   just   aboti ���      iheii
��� - -��� ��� , and * bal ���  usi
hey can hi   ���   for so much water, tin    '' '"'��� Nelson; Reeve Byrne, Burnabj
.���'.,,,., A      ���  kid. Robinson of Kamloops;  Mayot
present  Mayor Keary, of New West-
. :���. iii the chair;  II. Bose, *vcrf-
tary,   reeve   of   Surrey;    Mayo;    Oil-
Some of the emploj'ees ol the Royal
City Planing mills have not yel re
.   ,-ered .    effei      of  a   had
cari   ��� i ��� 1    1 ouple    of    daj s
ago;   ��hi n     j   a   margin   of   a   :��������
Inches  on      .   gang   woi king around
...   ��       ,i..;    ilo�� a  in  pii ' .
Tl .      .      of the matter aie a-   foi
lesda    morning  1 1   " ���   u
ia   coursi   ol   "��� irk, a  la.ge log   v
��� died   .1 ���  . :   the      itfo       and   1 he
l.ll/X        ' .      The  li 1   11 ��� \. in.
.:,.i,       si.lt s,   il    w a
..  , ....    and   ran up to the   a*��
i      ��� ;    . ','       Ml hall ill
ll ngl hi       ��� i.i' saw s \> ere seen
tn make     a    -   ... which thc sawy* 1
thought   ri th* r  strange.     When    th*
.... had finished the cut, the foreman,
M :���. Johnston, an l the sawyer, pro
ceeded to Inv* stigate. ln the sid*
of tin   log  was a large huh' evldentlj
. re l with an augur, and a full chargi
of dj namite with fuse attached an i
w* 11 tamped in. Mad two more cul -
been  made, the  result   may be  bettei CTIII   lll'CCTTI m
imagined than described; as a chargi d 1 ILL  UftiJI. I I LltJ
of   thai   description   would   have   in 	
evltably   dealt  death   and destruction
nn all sides.
This log, togi ther with some others,
was lately purchased from another
mill. Mr. Johnston is rather retlcenl
i" tin matti as there are many 1 ro-
bable 1 xplanatlons as to how 1 he
charge gol there, but thi mosl proh-
���ii le is that al some time the 1 >g in
question was charged in this man
ner for the purpose of splitting it
up, as in the present size, 11 was too
lame for a small mill to handle. The
charge
SALVM OF STEAMER
Wrecked'Dakota  Remains on   Rocks-
Hill   Will   not   Replace  Vessel
if Lost.
Yokohama, March S.���By March 11
il will be decided whei her the ^recked steamship Dakota will he .-lived
bj her owner, the Ureal Northern
Steamship company or be abandoned
to the underwriters. No official inquiry   into  ibe  occurrence    has  yel
failing to uo off, ii was turned   lieen made
at the I'nited Stat*
the >   v  ���  1,   i . : know,"
s ..\,    m.m ���.    Powi * lompanj
....             ,       : ���    ��� ��� red on
Extensive 1 nn ni -
IIS        ..." .     In   lln
rhieh 11 ���   ���
een lucinj        1 k
s           !. situated    In    '���
'.'���-'���.' dis a   the
���    M  .        .-.'������
:, ,    < ;��� '���.     .    ���
I'm   th*
r ,,,', 1  ot   Nanaimo, 1 nd   Major  Bell
'    . Thi -'   si vi 11 gentl
make up the * ntire onm
executive.
The n efi re i:  mi m
��� nm nei
in  ihis  pn -m  ....   ntaining   pro pi
idm* iM ���������   0 the Muni* ipal 1 lauses
act, am! :li. s<   have all to I e carefully
. om  .mi    . nd pul  In   orn d form
N'ew \\. I Vain i imission   to   the   legislature.     Thi
1 nnference had a vi ��� ount of work
'., fori' ii, and It is expected thai the
��� ssion v. ill lasi for sev* ral dayi
Vir.r.iMi  the  mai 1 1 general im-
.<.   which   will   I e discussed  ;-
���' .  School act.    This h is now been ;'.
I ci   Pot   a  year, and  the municipalities hnv*   had  a  chance to see how
II reallj *j 01 ks in practice.    The con-
. nee ha I a vasl amount of corres-
e it,  dealing with the
actual working of the new system In
(he  diffi  enl      irnl   n nnfcipalitii      if
tin     rovim e.    This   ill has to be 1 Hied   and   ;. ���  ���. ��� 1   [<       resi nl  lion
���   hou
Manj
nee wl .     ong   he 'in
' ��� iposi .1 , , .   .
...       . ....
adrift and probably picked up by
some fishermen who sold it to a mill,
which in turn disposed of it to the
Royal City company.
The log which has heen on view
for the lasl couple of days, will have
the piece containing the charge cut
nut and the halance sawn up ami dis
posed of,
sulfite.
nlv 1    es   iii   the  vi initj.   ai-
'���' . .
ih es  ;; ��� ��� .1 any need  f
more     iw*   .    1 ; 1 hi   Greal   N01
ern will        lie nei e be nee 1
.''       ���    V.
N'ew York, March 8.���If the Greal
Northern steamship Dakota is lost, as
now seems almost certain. James J
Hill will not replace the vessel. H*
said thai he did nol expect to b ill 1
any more ships under the American
Hag and that, so far as llm traffic
which the Great Northern Steamship
company would lose because of Lh
Nanaimo   Pioneer   Dies. ,osg (lf |1h, Dakota was concerned, the
Nanaimo,  March  8.���The mortality Japanese lines would be compelled
among the pioneers of Xanaimo las ,..,.,. for -n     11   NVilK ,,, give impetus
;.   nt'i h:    been unusually heavy. Lasi to the trade with the Orient thai Hill
nighl   Waltei   lones,  who has  resided DulH  the Dakota and her sister ship.
In thi ���      :  wards of a quarter the Minnesota.
���  ;i  century, succumbed to a stroke	
o!   paralyBii       He was  65  years  old
and   livml   in  the   United   Stales   for
manj    ������ irs.    He   is survived   bv   a I
widow   and   several   children,   Includ- Body   ,s   Found   in   Ba5e��11Et1t   '
ing  Mis.   W.  Rowan, of Seattle. Bellingliam Hotel.
HARRY DOMINY  IS DEAD.
..:..'���
I    ���   V.  V   & E
mpletion.   L .    men
v. .-...���   \ I at Cl
.  . a i   ��� . ���      hesi
are fast convert
111  iii -   ..��� ,,, unto
which  tin     m
(ivel    '    ��� '    \      ���
ncounti 1 eyond *
s ideal 1
Ic   Hi
,
1.
1
'" S/tlLUnu
STARVE
.
���1
.
Ccnsul    Cannot    Cue    (or    Crew    of
Steamer Zenoma Because They
Deserted   Ship.
SCOTCH   SOCIAL.
caver     Visitors     Entert.->   '
Fraternal   Gathering.
-t
I 'mt  forged nnies  pay-
'as  treasurer  of the
v''"i and   by  so doing
.,, ,"';       '   '" .over up llis steal
Ch
1  Science   Sensation.
'.1.1,1,..;
: Ing ...
g, ,
ii   8.���Sensations  are
another In the Chris
lf)w,     Allegations   are
I mother In the Chris-
��� I,   , "���     Allegations   are
(creu ''   V  F,'V|' has bee,,
f   to   Mrs.    K,i,,v    for
1 .   |. / '   lenlea this and so
'    im, Miilinsnn, of the First
M ,    ,
 I,] |., wlll��     declares     be
I ' * were the case  No
forward  with  re-
I ���   r,n.t olth* ;   me
Sydney. N.8.W, March 8, Tin
members ol thi crew ol lhe Oceanl*
Steamship company's steamship Ze
noma, who on Janimrj 11 were bi 11
1, need to a month's Imprlsonm* nl ul
hard labor for disobeying lnwiti] com
mands and thereby delaying lhe *���*
sel's departure for San Francisco tin
tit p , 1. v. of noti unionists were hip
ped, are In a destitute condition, rol
i;,.,vili:. their release from prison, u
they forf* lied the wngeB due thi 1
The  Seamen's   Union   appeal* 1
the premier of New South Wale-  ,   1
to the   'wii.'i'ienn con ai 'c.t.'t.M  hen
bui they bott "'i'"""1 "' lh,|!' ,hc B' '
,���,.,,   the ronial holding thai  "    In
iructtoi Ij     permitted    hli	
... ,,,  . .:,..��� 1 1   'hip- rc '   I  n
,, 1   ,.,      rj   itrlkers,
,        e numbi 1        '       :
���M   .    Scoti  Camp, Van    1 ���
    to   the cl      rim itghl   to
l-,ay ;i frnti rnal visit lo the loi..  1   ���
Vfter th" transaction ol  the > rdlnarj
1 iness and an Initiation, the Camp
.   n   clOBed  111 order In allow the mem-
...  and   Hi"  visiting    brethren    to
1 .,.,, 1 ;, social hour,    The following
, thei    took  pari   In   the  program:
Jongs' Chief T.  Wilson. Bro.  Lundie,
., 1 ii,,, ciunn, Vancouver; also Bi
:,   nnd ii   Sutherland, A. Adams and
\, n,  Robb;   Iho Thomas Oswald de-
���    1    ,       ;      Inter* Sting  address  on
. , , ha, , b Isttcs of the Scot; Bro.
,. ., 1 ��� |,   >,,.[; ,. , nllveiied  the mei 1
'������ ij bl 1 usual able man-
: er.
r-sent Munlel       1 'lause -
1   . . , |1P
���.,;...
'    M   ...... n
tnlclpal in 11
the ;   ve   inn n
entlrel     In   the
he municipal 1 0 in* 11      II
���    ��� hi ���   lw al   .  'inn.  Bi
���I a mo lifled form will be     : ��� 1
for
cine of ihe mosl Important matt
of all to ' ��� di all with will be the
righl of private corporations on public
thoroughfares \i preseni companies
have the power to plant poles and do
other wnii. in the streets, whether
Ihe municipality wishes il or hot,
The government will he asked to give
the councils the ri>;lii to exercise the
whip   hand   over   vested   interests   in
ihis respect,
In the control of 1I10 Issuing o'
licenses nnd ol the police, also, further powers will he asked by the
municipalities.
Vancouver and \. w Westminster
have no recommendations before the
hoard, as thej are not under the Municipal Clauses act. From almost every other municipality and city In the
nrpvlni e, h       . ��� iposals an 1 pe
titions have heen received.
Spaniard Has Great Imagination.
London, March S.���The Madrid corespondent ol the Telegraph declares
as the 11 Mill of much Inquiry, he can
confirm all the accounl given by the
Havana I dai lode la Marina ol ihe nl
leged hi i'1 ei 1 of the United Stati a
Senal t I ��� dei lare war In Spain, I le
a -1 r that official proofs of 1 he stoi y
are now in the national archives al
I lavana, and he says further thai  thi
amouni 1   paid   lo   I: e   ;"' liai I ���
ii,  Hi" ; lol  was al  Icl sl $6,000,000
MAIL   MARKING   MACHINE.
Time Sav in Device Will Be Used In
Post  Ofl ce.
Posl niiiM      Ken 1    erday  n
ctlvi 1 Infot ma;:.ni 1 1 the effei 1 1 hai
a po 1 mat king mi ��� hlue had been
-hipped r .1 11 , In the local office
mini Ottawa. The communication
conve* Ing 'his Information . omes
from George Ross, 1 hief Inspector of
postal unices in Cana la, and is dated
Feb, 28. The m cl I ie is 1 xpected lo
11 rive almosl any day, win n it will
be set up by a mechanic of the Postal
Supply Company,    it will be a greal
lime  saver  In  the   post office, as  the
stamping has at preseni to ho (lone
bj hand. The stamping machine will
be the second one senl to British
Columbia, one having been in use in
the Vancouver post office for Bome
months. Lei tors are stacked <m a
slanling hoard at one end" of the machine, carried through on running
nee-, and stamped automatically ai
11 rapid rale. Work which at preseni
lakes two hours to do is done hy the
hand Stamping method in a few minutes. The postal employes are jubilani
over the Information thai their labors are to be lessened.
The dead body of Harrj Domln . 1
well known printer of this city,
foun I yesterday morning In the I ase
menl of the Magnolia hotel, Bellingham, by one of the hot* 1 emi lo* .'j
who had gone into an obscure corner
uliil" chasing a eat. From all 111
pearances, Mr. Dominy musl havi
be* n dead over two weeks. The
hod; was Identified by n Typographical Union card, which was found n
tli"   coal   pocket,    A   wire   was
to   the   sl ased's   mother,   Mrs,   T,
Di min . Victoria % In et,    nd th    I
vi 1  In ly   Immi ll iti Ij   mad"   -  .
��� Ions  for ; oiug over  to  Bellingham to tain   ch   ge '������> 1.
SENSATIONAL STRIKE
STARTLES SUMAS
Ex-itenient  Runs  Hiqh   in   Sumas nnd
All   Available   Ground   Is
Staked.
Bellingham, Wash.. March 8.���A s
strike of placer gold has heen iua ! 1
In Lost creek. Bowing al the fool .if
Sumas Mountain. ii".ir Ncoksack,
twenty miles northeast of Bellingham,
Prospectors have discovered pockets
In the creek hanks which have yii
ed from $1.50 to $16,
Excitement In Nooksack and Sumas
runs high,    Hundreds of prospect*
are in lhe field and practically every
available  foot  of ground    on    Lc I
Qreek has been staked.
The lng Stranger will soon be in
Commission again for the vessel p if
been raised and taken to shallow wa>
1 id will be finally floated in a f w
days. THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY
MARCH
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Great Winter Clearance Sale will be at an end. Buyers
from all over the country have taken advantage of this
sale and bought shoes by the dozen pairs. But the sale must
close. We can keep it going no longer. Spring is upon us, and
we must get busy unpacking hundreds of cases of the swellest
shoes in the land.
FOR TO-DAY'S SALE, we have some exceptionally good
bargains. Our windows are loaded with shoes, the reduced price
of which is plainly marked on large tickets.
REMEMBER, the Shoes still left on our Bargain Tables
have received another cut in price this week.
We haven't space here to enumerate prices, but we would
just say
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Do you need new shoes ?   if so, do not fail to
come to  our  store to-day.   Monday's prices will be different.
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COAL  IN   CEDAR  DISTRICT
' time lie has been confined iii Cumber
*  ] I. nil     hospital.       has!   week  he   com
Ecring   Operations   Promise   to   Meet   nailed   In  grippe    and succumbed  to I.
J     r i i.iiinpi'i't, .1. Lampert, Minneapolis; N
With  Success. I Its effects to-day.    He han never been
Hotel Guests.
Cuii-hnn    ('.   P,   Kelly,   Seattle;    1,
������ able to leave bis bed for ihai period,
Nanaimo, March 8.���The   coal bur-   which is believed to be the recordfor
Ing operations in Cedar district con-   :l bedridden patienl on the island.
linue with every prospecl ul' ultimate-      A number '"' 1)e��l)le are '"" wlth ;|
: petition to-day protesting againsi en-
l.\   good  results.      The    bore is down' .. ,. .,     ,      ,.    ,   '
i lercenienl   nl   the  Kurd s  Day  Act.    II
rn ,\  a thousand feet, and the Indlca- hH ,,.!������ numerously signed.
lions lhal  ii  is approaching the tirst i ,
strata are mind.     Samples   *>i'   coal i    .,.,    ���        ,   ,. .,    ,      ....
I be funeral ol the late C. SV. Lang
ie... lied are now In the handa ofthosu '   ,  ,.,.     ,     ,,   ,        , ,   , ,
Iff,  Who  died   ai   lhe   Royal   I nliimli-
Interested in th* proposition. .   , ,   ,
i lan    hospital   several   days   ago,   louk
Jnsl si\ .ears lasi Sunday a China-     , ,
j piaco yesterday afternoon m the odd-
man named Wong had his back brok- ,, ���������.-��� cemetery. The funeral aria In No. G mine, Cumberland, as ihej rangetnents were in the hands of W.
result  of a fall    :' coal.      Sine., lhat    lv   Fules.
li Horgrove, Vancouver; A. C. Flume-
felt, Victoria; ll. Latham, Vancouver;
Arthur K. Rowland, Winnipeg; V.
Barrister, Bulkley Valley; \v. \.
Finch  Page, Glen Valley,
Windsor���J. A. Keddlck, Rosarlo,
Wash.; A. C| Tisk, W, Flsk, Chiiliwack; Mr. and Mrs. A. Perdue, Victoria; James Allcock, Halls Prairie;
Thomas Arsmtad, Hogarth; R, Hud
son, Hatzlc  Prairie.
Colonial���Frank .1. Dixon, Toronto;
P, ('. Snell. *;. tl. Lavoy, Vuncouvor;
H. Ryse, Surrey; VV. K. RawlingS,
5eattle;   v. Miller. Se title.
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SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Kn-
ginecring.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rtve   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPFOIT, B. A., Principal
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
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For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
and sizes. House wiring. Motor Installing a specialty, All kinds of repairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 30-!.
W. in. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Cllard Block.   novv Wastmlnttdr, B.C.
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J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty-
Tel. 113. Office, BlflMh W*
NEW   WESTMINSTER  B' C\-
SAWMILL SITES,    TIMBER UB&
AWMILL am! LOGGIM MACHINERV
AM) SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4. Guichon m ItATU
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Be among the fortunate ones and
buy a pair of Shoes before this sale
closes. .'. Never before, and
perhaps never again, will you be
able to buy high-grade Footwear at
such prices. .*. Remember,
this sale closes Saturday, March 9th,
at 10:30 p.m.
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W.  E.   SINCLAIR
The RELIABLE SHOE STORE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
| Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
J Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
1 Fish and Fruit Boxes.
! Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
I FARMERS ATTENTION!
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I Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I Royal City Branch, Columbia St.   j
i Telephone 12. New Westminster   j
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11 I Country while the
Tourist  Sleepers run
io connect  with Empress
March  22nd,    For other
'". apply to
D  GOULET,
CM' It. Agent,
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THF. TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
[Ministers and others interested In
church services will please forward
their copy to ihis office not later than
s p.m. (,ii Friday io Insure Insertion,
CHURCH  SERVICES.
Holy    Trinity    cathedral���Rev.    A.
Shildrick,   rector,     Holy  Communion,
B   a.    in.;    Maiins,   Sermon,   ll    a.
in.;     Sunday    school     2:30    p.    in.:
Catechism last  Sundaj   in the month
I in     the     chinch.      Evensong     and
sermon   by the  rector,  7  p.m.;   daily
service at 9:30 a.m. and j p.m. except
(���n Friday, when  Evensong is said al
7:30.    Holy Communion every Thurs-
j daj   ami saint's day at   S a.m..    Choil
: practice on Friday after Evensong,
Si. Barnabas   Rev. C. VV. Houghton
rector.   Holj  Communion, 8 a.m.[Morning Prayer, Litany 11 a.m.;  Evening
: Prayer,   al    7   p.    m.;    Bible   class
j -   p.   in.;   Sunday   school.   :;   p.   m.;
Baptisms alter  Sunday  school;  choir
practise, Friday, 8 p.m.; Confirmation
classes during Lent. Wednesday afternoon, .'.Mir, and evening at 8 o'clock.
St.     Paul's     Reformed    Episcopal
church���Rev. A.  de  B. Owen, rector
Divine  worship  Sunday,   11   a.m, and
7 p.m.;  Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.   All
re welcome.
Olivet Baptist church���Rev, M. L
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaching on
:~ in ;m ,n 11 a.m., and al 7 p.m.; Sunday school and bible classes at 12:15
al the close of the morning service
Young Peoples' meeting on Monda;
. , evening al 8 p.m. .Midweek prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at 8
p.m. Boys League meets on Friday
evening al 7:30, Subject of Sunday
evening sermon, 'Sinning with a cart-
rope." This sermon is the second in
series of special sermons from quaint
texis entitled "Honey from Queer
Hives." Sunday morning subject:
Duly of Obedience."
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W,
li. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
ai il a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible Class at 2:30 p. in.
The Rev, I. II. Morden, former pastor,
will preach  morning and evening.
West End Methodist���Rev. Mr. Magee, pastor. Services, ll a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m,
Sapperton Methodisi. ��� Rev. L.
Thomas, pastor. Sunday services, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2::iu
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, S p.m.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. .1.
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services 11 inn. and 7p.m.; Sunday school
an ; Bible Classes 2:30 p.m. Sunday
evening,   sixth   of   the   "Boy" series.
West Presbyterian���Rev, r. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
B Services lia:ni. and 7:30 p.m.; Sun-
-T5 ' day school and Bible class, l'm'Iii p.m.
Morning subject: "The Light of th*
World," Evening subject: "The Power
of Friendship." On account of the
Church Parade of the Knights of l*y-
thia . ihe hour of the evi ning servic*
is 7:30 instaed of 7 as usual.
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. D.
McKenzie, 11.A., pastor. Services, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and
Bible class, 2:30 p.m.; meeting of
\ P. S C E. immediately after the
evening servli e.
Gospel Hall, corner Sixth av* nue
and Ninth street���Breaking uf bread
every Sunday at 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class. 3 p.m.; gospel
address, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, S p.m.
St. Peter's cathedra] (Roman Catho-
Also ix) BUFFALO, NEW YORK and I He)���   Benediction,    7  p.  m.;    Sun-
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls,   day   Mass al   8  and  10:30 a.m.;   Catechism at 2:35 p.m.; Friday devotions
J7'30     p.m.     Evening    service.    Rev.
Fathei   O'Boyle will   preach, subject:
"The  Infallibility    of    the    Church."
Solo  !���>   M. Gowan, during the evening service,
Norwegian   Lutheran���Rev.    B.   A.
Sand,   pa mm.     Sun lay morning  ser
vice al  11 a.m . al New Westminster.
Sundaj  -. hool aft* .  the service.
Gosi el   :;  11,     en     street. Services
I * a.m. and 7   i ���:���;  ~: in la i     :hool
2:30 p.m.
Salvation Vrmj S ������ i il servici s
will lie held al thi   Vi m;   Hi 11 on Beg
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AUCTION
BANKRUPTCY    IN
JEWELRY
Valuable Stock of Jewelry
containing
Watches, Chains,
Rings, &c.
The above will be sold by public auction, without reserve or
limit, in the next three or four
days. Your prices are ours.
Come one and all. Sale starts
March 9, from 2 to 7 p. m. each
day, at
272   Columbia  St.
In   the   Cunningham   Block
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DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER-
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving awaj
See our Window and Door.
prices
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
And all the i rincipal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'JX.
Assistant Gen'] Passenger and Ticket
Aj?ent, 186 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
IA*
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND  RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS  45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Correspondents throughout
the world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times ;t year,    .Start to-day.
The   only  all   rail   route   between  all
nts  east, west and south to Ross-
'..-.  !,   N'  Ison and intermediate points
, ��� nectina at Spokane with the Great
v     .1       r>,-\r,,- on,i n  R ' be streel on Sunday al l" i .m.
\".irt inn   Vrt hern racltc and u. i\.
Nortnern, �� n Holiness me.   li   .
& N. Co. ... ,
. o.��i��nj with the Can-  :   I-111-   A mtssionar;   meeting will bo
Connect- at Ko-o.anu w.tn me v..ui
- >--s -"-v- a ss ,M"v'" B0"��d"' ��'-;��� -��� jg^~
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with     	
stage Hilly for Republic. Q T  -\JT ^f" T?   ID   ' C
Buffet   service   on   trains,    between   >J J.   !���!   171 XJ   IX.     M
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
OPEN
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH -
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
SATURDAY EVENINGS, 3 TC   9   O'CLOCK.
Minneapolis, St. Paul
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.  Leave
III    .    . ; brilliantly   illun
w��lmii!ster Iron Works b& -p��
OEVERA
8III1
BTRi ,
'- MACHINE AND KNU1NE
WORK.
ITHLNU. iimuun and
rURAL IKON    WOKK.
fenr^"-'      L   lrnn   VVorK-   including
Muil'/        1 ''ire hiacapes, etc.
Vlteu. 8 ;uul C01'rP��l'ondence In-
JOHN REID,
NW   BEQBW BTUWJirf.
r. f, o. 474.
Embodies the newest    and best idea.-    Q 20 a m.
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.  I2J. p.m,
and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   With    Q40 a m.
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   mosl
unlimited   train   in   the
quipment   consists   of
tment   cars,   standard
'16"section   sieepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining  chair cars  (seats  free),
modern   dav   coaches   and   buffet,   ll-
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  ....; 15 P-m.
..Rossland  410 p.m.
...Nelson  6.45 P-m
H. A. JACKSON.
SEEDS
Westminster
Transfer Co.
brarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information  call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
120 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
Office���Tram Depot
iff ice 'Phono ISP.       Hwn VDone 137
Columbia St.
itnggage delivered   promptly to ��ny
part of the city.
ADVERTISE i,N THE NEWS Light and Heavy Hauling
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FRESH STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.     List
Prices.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store ADVtlX 1 IOC
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THE DAILY NEWS
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DAY.
MAR,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by tbe Daily N'ews Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Fronl
streets, New Westminster, B, C.
Most people always use���and
will always use WINDSOR
SALT. Pure���fine���perfect in
subtle savour.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
To the General PuMic:
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Managing Director. .
.J. C. Brown
advertising rates. ��*   ,h"n  acceded  by  the  long,)
Transient   display   advertising,   10 noisy ���aspiration, ia unmistakable.
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines to      Tho disease vane, so greatly in
the  inch.     Five  cents  per line  for j severity  in  different  cases nnd in
subsequent insertions different years that it has been sug-
Reading nollces,  hold   face  1yim\  Jn ij.ij.-i i i i
cents  per  line, brevier or  nonpareil, &csted tliat ll *01ll(] bc Wls.e to ox'
10 cems per line. pose children to the infection in a
For   time   contracts,   special   posl- year when its course was mild.   But
tions, apply to advertising manager. jt j, ., vcrv seri0Us thing to expose
Notices    ot     births,    marriages   or i   i i   i Vi       it     j    i\      i������ ���,.,
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for sales,  lost a chl,d deliberately to the dangers
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cen' of any  disease of this nature, for
per  word.     No  advertisement  taken even in a year of the mildest epi-
for less than 2C cents. ,,,,|1)IC ,m individual case here and
there will be severe and even fata
sake of old associations. Finder
liberally rewarded. Return to this
office. def
I LOST���On  Sixth  or (.'oltiMi'da  Mivei, 	
a  lady's  gun-metal   watch,   valued. u> lnvo ^,u���.tl  busineas site.- listed with  us  ranging In  price from
not us  a  time-keeper,  bui   for ihe   ,. |||)(| |() j2o,000 which are Al. mont/  makers  and" as for ���'   permanent
uislness stand, cannot  be excelled. "^^
Vou  will also find some of the finesl  residential  sites  k'  be  round  in
any city iu the west  at prices thai   cannol  be beat, from $2(V'. up.    Not*
wanted Boy   to sweep  out   office   these lots are in.one of the besl  fruil sections of British Columbia, name-
In mornings.   Apply A. S. Johnston,   '.*. New Westminster.
.Mr. Whealler's   iitice. 12 Lome sr.. As for houses,  we can furnish you  with  most  anything  thai you  de-
city, def.   sire and  prices ranging  from $1,200 up.    Now why pay rent?
Each day's delay is cost inn you money. Why wail too long?
We have buyers coming from the Easl thai waul both residences ill
vour City, and also want small improved farms and ranches und we feel
that we ran handle your property to good advantage, as these people are
willing to come here and make their home, providing they can gel the
land al  reasonable prices.
Trusting to hear from you  all,  we  remain,  Yours  respectfully,
PROF
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WANTED TO RENT- A live or six
roomed house by family of four.
Address "House," l\ O. box 88, city.
FOUND���Bunch of keys. Owner can
have same by applying at this office and paying expenses. def
-. ..,e .supreme
Canadian   Bank   of  i
Ine    r-i ��� '
'sterV Mo^
office. New WS&2**13
When it is said that over seventy
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22 _aB______i______n__________________________.
Night Office  B22  drills  have  been  recommended  in
 ���       the i rent ment of whooping cough it
<ga^^;^r may be assumed that none of them
has been found very efficacious. This
GIRL WANTED���for general housework and care of children. Apply
to Airs. J, Ross Sharpe, Sixth avenue and Tenth sireet. def-43
SATURDAY.  MARCH 9,  1907.
���   is~notVsay~that'mu^^ j6rsey    C0W|
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Agents
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
M-AJtTiN, Weart ���        """""""
vi  e Btreet     i ,     7     ' -L tli r���
%�����: Mr] kartifS^"'8' h
Westminster offices ' - " fehlfc
ternoon *"erv Friday ,f.
H
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not be obtained from certain medi-
    cines, snell as i|uinine and bclladon-
RAILWAYS and public opinion. r,:1' Cor example.   Yet the main re-
..  liance in the management oi a ease
Thi   agl ;, lon in the United States "'' ,ilis disease is ���� hygienic meas-
i.- producing good  results .   It  is ed- ures'
ucating the railway magnates    as to       Although   the   patienl   must   be
Uu   value of    the  popular g I  will k'"id  a"av   Erom   sch��o1   '""'   from
President Shontg of    the "L" is aoi othcr cllildren> "   mus1   ":i "" :!'"
the onlj  presldenl   who   has learned count bo kept in the house.   Fresh
thai a satisfied public is the railway's air ;';"' SUIlshinG aro '  " bcsl ,Sent��
mosl   valuable asset    Mr   Thayer of m the hygienic treatment.   City air
the Pennsylvania    is   the latest  .���on- is better than non0) bul  "  ls besl
ven.   Now If sir Thomas Shaughne - "'hen Posslble "' sencl  &* child to
sy   could onh     be induced  to attend thr countr3'> "'hero  ]t r;in  '"' out
school Inn  why dream of    the impossible
rope attached to horns. The finder
will he rewarded by giving information to Daily News, or returning
same  to 403  Queen'.-  avenue.
OVVAY,   REID  &   _OWE_  n
ters,   Bolicitors,   etc    40 i*
eet-   �� ,sil"   Couri    HotaT"
Westmlnst
241.
ster.    a   \\   ,
Ho��8e, v6'
bi   P.0, a,,
JOB PRINTING���We work for the
besl people of N'ew Westminster.
Vour or ler will be appreciated.
arrow PRESS, Room I, Dally
News  Block, MRS,  DOMINY, Prop.
OPERA �����HT HOUSE
New Spring
Goods
G��ffi��MoS;   ������.������.���.
Ida and McKenzie . ���     .', :-
lr,u.���.      n     r, ""'V   ft��It
tulnstet, fl. (.'.
W. MYERS GRAY,  m
AT   THE:
and Notarj 1'
18ul  ;.t New we -
liees remove I to Cu
��� on   street, onn ��� n
I'd)   Box 169.    Ti li
doors all day and not he forced to
inhale dust and smoke.    In storms  CATITPnAY   Qfk MoV/>li
Ofth'e example of the Pennsylvania   WCatllCr>   wlien   0nG   mUst   Perforce  *Ail)KUI\l,  3111 MarCIl
the Toronto News ears: stay mdoors, the playroom windows
'Presldenl   Thayer of the  Pennsvl-
vania railway believes thai a railwaj
hhouId   he a inistered   with   regard   ��P���
'"  1';l!,i(' "Pinion.       Accordingly   tin
company has recently sold all its hold
should  all   he wide
bedroom   windows   should   also   be:
,��PCD> '1',1'1  tbe  ERNEST   SHIPMAN   :
The food should be plentiful and
nourishing, and whenever thesiom-
I
^^^^^^^^ ami    WM.   G.
COLVIN present  the original
Kirke La Shelle   production of
ir^s in Chesapeake & Ohio, and fJliy   a,cb .rejecis   a   meal   the   patient J(|��    gQ||||j|)    gnpt-     Ry^jl
one-half lis interests in  Baltimore A;
should   have   another   nt   once���nt
least u glass of milk and some bread
Ohio and Norfolk & Western, and has , ,               ���    XI .   ���       ^
ordered ail its   employes   to sell oul butter.���1 outlvs Companion
"ny   stock   they   may  hold j,,  outside
mercantile  concerns   having business
with   the   Pennsylvania   railway     Mr 1                    __^_^^
Tha>- -,-s he does not beiiete that Zll oflhTIn   ** ^ W ^
lan MacLaren's beautiful
Heart Story of Auld Scotland.
'~ Notable cast of twenty [.layers, Male
The  Modern   Way. .Quartette,   Pipers,   &c.       Carload   of
A teacher  was comparing the mar  ' Scenerv
present dav.
il,,. j ,..j]j,                          " ' "�����<��="' me p.-esein inn-. 'Greatest  dramatic  production now
���   '" ""' I,e��P'e will bring "Wheu a man and woman wish to be before the  American public."-N. Y
""' ' "'   '"  ;l1''  railways,I,era,ise what- married now." be remarked, -thev sim- | World.
ever ;';r"' '"<���" the faults of the pasl plj' K0 (i""'n '" tll,? courthouse and ob-                             	
,h" methods and practices of rallr-nm, taiUil li''eD-';e-"
managemeni  are   now   based  ������i "Whlch on'- wears the tag?" eagerly .  ^""opena on Wednesday morn-
"ecen,   regard for nubile 1   T" lnqU're" a  boy who had rfcenUy be lng at Rya11 s Dru�� Store'
��eS.    Soonel or   ate    ,    >'T        h~ C'U'* th�� I>,���0,,,l ��0^��� of a dogi Prices' $1'00'  75c ��"���� 50c; gallery,
���'     '"   '���' "��� he believes.ihe Woman's. Home Companion. 25c.
 _i    Hi^i^i^i^i^Ii^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^Hi^i^
^conditions are as described by  Mr. * s��r.-n(.,.c Approval. ^^r.n, . .,.
yer' a-ret*n of public confidence "No'"   sald   the   imbittered   person. flflCD A NEW WEST-
"������>> '������ expected. Bui we doubi If th�� en  '   want  flnancial  assistance  I
Dt'ospecl  is quite as ros.i  as he would   ** '", ^"nff0,'s-    ' (I" not ask friends
mke  "   :'l'i'"'"'-    -Some' railway man
asements have nol kepi pace with pub
or relatives.'      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
"Vt'ell,"   answered   the   logical   man,
maybe that's the best way.    Friends
OPEMSaOlBE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
��c_opi���i011; indeed.some believe that'   and relatives are in a position to keep   TTTrOTWV     ,01    ..        ,
ashing TUESDAY, 12th March
what   was  righl   and    proper   twent* P��sted on a  man's record
Ttiv.s'     'stand    patters'    would  profit There Are other*.                 I Return   of    last    season's    Laughing
:    -1:...   by adopting  th    dews  if  \\ "You nre not the only one," said his i                         Success.
'I'ma., er .imi  follow Ins  the ���?> impl ���   d wife.
BOARD OF TRADE -
ster   Hoard  of  Tl
Board  Room, c,
Second Wednesday . ....
QuarteJy  tings n
Wednesday     or      1 .   : ; ,,.;
August  and   Nov.  nbi       t' 8 ���   -'
Annual meetings   01    the   -,'  '���'.
Wednesday     of      I-',
members   may    be 'o'sed
elected at any IL ,:   ���
meeting.    A. K. \\ i.-.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION  LODGE. NO. s A   F. 4 a M,
���Tie-    regular    mc ;   of   ihi
is held on the first v.         m   .
each  month, at   So
tho   Musonlc   Tern ���   mn   \
bret hi en are rordl illj   1   '������! to al
tend.       Dr.   W.   *..  I .Vol! Smiti
Secretary,
KING SOLOMON LO",GE. ' 0. 17, A.
P. &. A. M. -Reg* cemnuin: >.
tions of this lodge ��� I on -
Becond Tuesday In eai . m mth In
Masonic Temple,   ���    - V I
Ing   liivi hren  are Invite
to attend.    D. W. ! ilchrist, Se
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.-:.9
R,     II.     K.     of     I .
Friday     of    each
p.   in..   In   Orange   h ill,
Roy ai   avenu.-   an:i -:
journing  Sir   Ki. ghl
vited to attend.    W.  E   Dunl i|   ff
P.;  J. Hood. Reg
Stephens & Linton
Present  the   Merry  Musical   Mixun
My Wife's Family
lhe  Pennsylvania  Company.      \   pub-      "Not the only one!" echoed Ijpv hus
i     service compan.   has   no righl  to   "nnd.
.... , ''No, indeed:" rejoined the Letter half
���  1 is wiih the  i eople 11  sen es,     ,.  ., , .
ol   tl imblne.      According  to sta-
Moreover,   when such  a company  be-   tistics, about 07 per cent of the people
unpopular, it  generally has its   snore."   Detroit Tribune. L^-^^a^^^
. vi,    ad managemeni  to blame." . .  r,u' real laughing show.
A^lstlnK WltneMea. A   m"n'-v  rlot  0t  Fu"  an(1   Musir'
Lawyer  Brief   I   sec they  hav,: In-       Headed  by   those Funny  Fellows
Appleton & Perry.
_^^^_^^^^_^^    . 1     .1       1 ���   . 1 You enjoyed it last year;
^^^^^^^^^^���I^^mm lor witness,.s when they arc under ex- 1 ,
lie-    '(live    the     child    Some    More    ,lnii���.,ti.lM ^H ht-e it aprain
Rope."      We have  nol    had  time 1
Hamilton  Spectator ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
I  ..      I of an address bv a prom.    v"n""1 ;l  foldi"8 ^*'1' ���h,chIil�� boi"f
used in some courts on the chair used
111 nl  educationalisl     under  the  h '.1 1-   ful. ffltnessej( ���.,,,,��� tlll,v ,���,, ,������,���,. ex
 __^__^__^__^__i     Lawyer    Lot!','   That    ought    tj    let
read   carefully  the  article    and    our   them   down   easily.���Yonkers   States- 1    _  PRICES���75c   and   50c
1 wii s .'; loldays are long past, bul  ive   num. ;*5<.
Gallery,
nei'e    "'I   ised al the advice thusgh-
' "-   Thai    the     time-honored    .-Map
Seats on sa'.e at Ryall's Drug Sion
rdaj morning.
Ilt-r   (lever   lllf-.-l.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ji'es,   I   promised I'd   send
. tv given  place to the naval   hlm a message on a picture post card
"corrector"  Is  onlj   another  proof of   from every city we visit ubroad."
the  In nf   all  human  instltu-      "It will be au awful nuisance, won't |
....
lions,      Verily wc live    iu an age of   "���
revolution "''"'' ""���  '" K'''  ""'"'  '''"  Vi'"'^' t0 I
send before I leave home."���Cleveland j Surveyor
Plain Dealer
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
We have just placed in stock a large assortment
of Boys' Clothing from size 28, fitting a 10 year
old boy, to size 33, fitting a 15 year old boy.
PRICES FROM $3.75 to $6.00
All in Norfolk styles, single and double breast.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOmiER
LOYAL   ORANGE   LCDGC_.  NO,  11:0
��� Meets   in   Orange   hail I
third Friday  In e ich mouth at S |
m.    Visitm;; brethren   n
Invited to atten I.    W. 1
.lames Humphrey. R
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27-
The regular meetings ol
are held in Oddfelle
Ida   Btreet, every   Mon
ai 8 o'clock.    Vlsl In
dially in\ Ited to attend
V O.:  C. S. Richmond, V.
Coath     ir R. S.;  J. W.        :' -
.'   :���' :    i a*, Tii
Uluff" Is  nol  .pi allusion  i i
i :    ci    of "Bettei  Term -." uor has il
efei ence to politics.     It  is onlj
atesl enl ry on the map of B. C.
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C
WHOOPING  COUGH.
s
^ I
1 (Scn:et,':!nj Unique is
a*
X*25__^
A
pnng Ouitmgs \
5��
-��a
complete stocks in British Columbia
v'ijwan's
Coconut Cream
Icing as.
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE OWLY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $17.00 UP
id or   n
arj<e ror one year.     Upen evenings.
How   to   He-indie   This   Distressing   and
Dangerou3  Ailment.
of whooping cougli ami how little   t \        ���       i T    1        1 1
tare i- taken Lo prevent it, for it is Just Arrived one oi the  lar^e5t and  most
in truth a dangerous disease,   Tho
mortality statistics show that more
MQPu'l ,  ____^___^__^__^__^__^__^__^__^__^__M
than   from measles.    Scarlet  fever
alone among what are called the dis-  gyjjg MADE TQ ORDER  FROM $17.00 UP
eases ol childhood cause3 n greater
numher oMcaths. PANTS TO ORDER, $5.00 UP
A   child   with   whooping  cough
should be its strictly isolated us i;'
ho   hud   sea rial iua.   and   il   is   wry   	
wrong for u moi her to take her in- ,     . .  | j
fant with this disease on boats or in   Satisfaction guaranteed or  money  refunded.     Suits  kept  tn  repair ] |
cars, where il is likely to carry in- free 0f char^e for one year>     Qf- -'   ���
fection  to others,    An older child
BllOllld    be   kept   ;l\vn\-    Ifoui    school
and not allowed to play with other     ==================   Tf-Tp
children,   excejit  such   as   have   al- lllJ-i      __________________b^______________]
"!?r��fiS> i pi. UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
ttijlLZS&t^^ ���mrarr CTOpET tmu CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
coti^h, going on and on and on until 1252   1 RUN i   blRtbl ^��     T   AXT/^TTDV      ihKUIV1 8   A. M.   TO     11   P.M. As Usual
tin   child's breath  is  all  but orinn Cor. McKenzie  and   Front lvl-    -Lc-T^fNVJ lKl    fc	
1
V O.   U.  W.--FT1ASER  LOCGE Mo. 1
'���'i ���> i Ings i lie firs! an I thi
la>     :n     each     month.       \ I
lu   thi -n cordlallv Inviti I I >   'v'
:.v"l te n om,   \. 6. [J   A'. I    I. *
' Mows'   Mock,  Clai'
.';.   I 'm:m: .an,   mm oi del      [jouls \'- "���
mastor workn,an,
- 0 IE   OF   COLUMBIA    L   Dl ��
I     .   SONS   OF   ErVGLAND,  '3. 3.-
H   I Ra   - Ue    ������   ���
Fourth   -am-m:
in   K.  of  P.  I! ���'.. i'
S p. m��� While ,'
v. edne -l.n    In    ���
lioi"   mil   plnce,    \ ;
cordially     Invited       li
onii.,. Prets. II.  Dl me
;OURT  BRUMETTE,  No.   IC   I, I���-"
M.   i:s the Fi inh I
month   ai   8  o'cl cl
hall.    O.Mf.-lae.vM     hloi  ���        Vl    '  '
hrethren are rordMly Invli ��l ] :;,
tend. J, II. ItusliM ��� >'. K I' ''
Maxw.-ll. R. 8.
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
'.OURT ROYAl. CCLUMB ^No'88^
A. O.  F. - The regulai       ' "; '
this Lodge aie held on        s
and Fourth Tuesday- ol ; '. [
at X  p.  in. in  the Odd:' -.,��>' i  "
Visltlna   Brethren  are     nf&l-
vltci to attend.   E. C. Fi tn '    ''
Im  P.  Maxwell, See.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF TEMPERANCE   meet    every   V\'MB����5
at 8 o'clock p. m., In OddfjltoJ'
Hall,   Columbia    Btreet.    visit m
Hrethren are cordially inviM"! i
tend, Geo. Burr, B. C; M. R mK'
Sec.
BON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT**
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8t����
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Fl
Third  Tuesday  o�� every Ojoutn
K.    nf    P.  Hull.     John   Vm
Chief; .1, J, Forreste , P
>|c.\'ive: satu
rdav.
MARCH 9. 1907.
fc^JX   THE DAILY NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
I Ii2 Daily Details
I��� ��� ___^____.	
A DISPLAY OF
Spring
Merchandise
Worthy of any
Progressive  Store
a   ;ets of Europe and   America  are open  lo our  buyers;
���  re -   and   wholesalers everywhere are read;   to fill our or-
ive the mono;,   to paj qui .. cash Coi  everything we buy,
ish discounts and  gel     '  sorts id in.lueemne - 'y paying
��� advantage of      idin_       The Cash store.
Tailored Garments
For cul flowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Flor-
���   t,   AM.
s'���"*]".- Farrington, the Raskin man
who has heen in the Provincial jail
pending trial, was this morning allow-
"l|  ",|!   on bail,  the    amouni    being
ti,	
The   regular   monthly   meeting
ll>e  I.oca! Council Of Women  will con-
vene  in  the  b al  of trade  room, on
Elaborate    preparations    tor    the
Irishman's concert, to be given In Bt
Patrick's hall  on  March   is.  are being   made   by   all  Interested,   and   a
thorough   treat   is  assured  for   those
j who  will   alien,I.     A  new   piano   has
1 been   secured   from    the    Montelius
Piano house,   of Vancouver,  and   will
Monda . S !"' used  ;,:-  the convert.     The  piano
cordially Invited to attend i has '""'M 8Peclallv "l1""1 tor the ren
dering of Irish  airs.
The E ial of C  A   Stevenson   late
o:   Vernon,   look   place   yesterdaj   af-     .     '",   menibera    of     the    Lutheran
Iternoon, the  Rev.  li    Rugg  conduct-   cluirch. ��f Vancouver, will pay a visit
ing the services.    VV. E. Fales looked   "'  Uu"   Nfw   We8tminster   Lutherans
after the necessary arrangements "* evenins' when an ,'u1"1'1^'""""'
will be given In the Oddfellows' hall.
A   Ilia In mill-hand  engaged al   the   There  will   be   songs   hy   the   church
��� '���    River sawmill.-., got   his hand   choirs as well as by a ladies' choir of
in   the   machine! j    yesterdaj    tight   voices.    Short   speeches  will  be
��� hud sevei il ringers badlj crushed,   made bj some of the members, white
eated al the Royal Co    ,i;'   Rev.  !;.  A. Sand  will  deliver an
..'nan hospital. inti resting   ad Iress.
Evi i mi   to the mnual meel       B. J. Pearce, health Inspector, jour-
���    Lacrosse Club, Cltj   Hall,   "''-'' '   !"   Lailu   Islan 1   yesterday   for
h 1; al 8 p.m. '   purpose of seeing that all traces
of   the  Hindu   cremallon   which   took
J In thanking Oil? numerous friends and customers for the manner
J in which they have patronized our .-.tores during the Mammoth Fur
j nlture Sale now in progress we would like to remind them, and also
J their friends (who have not, ye! availed themselves of the great
j bargains offered) that we have still a large quantity of goods to clear
J   al greatlj   reduced  prices, which   must, be  positively cleared   out   to
We
carpet remnants  still   going   ���'���'   the   exceptionally   low   prices
|   previouslj  advertised.    So hurry up it! you want them in good lengths
Sappenpn, and on their return, found
that the Ldaze had heen extinguished     j   make room for several consignments now due from the east
In the meantime. ���   have
...Lee's Furniture Emporium...
DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B.  C
%  *
i
I .... .  . _ .. _. . .. j
u o i) o o o o o o o n o f> o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o   �����'
% >;
!���; New and Dainty Designs in Ladies' Gowns,        >;
% Petticoats,  Corset  Covers,   Drawers,   and        '��
;���: Combinations.                                 :���:
$ The   prices   are by no means their least        '��
WHITEWEAR
The   prices   are by no means their least
attraction.
i to Iii    i  1 i ii li t colore.; season     tl e i    ,-ei   were so pop-
��� ��� lej   are no *    B               ..       ������ -n those Ind  finite and
tin   ~'.i les   whi ,ri  ������ hade  fr un en     i to oli   \  an 1   ��hite.
are so * ool, pr  u      .:��� I   -������ .:   , ��� ���     ?.:.d  1 he   ���      .
:   made,
ind  short coats, tailor* i   suits   and ski     .   Rolero  coat
)ton  styles, showing  the Gibson    effect; Som*     of    Mannish
ei -   mepherd  checks,  id Infinitum.
Grey [Novelties
than   popular;   extreti dj   stylish,     in   Paris    and    N'ew
ai    --ecu everywhere, lople  being attracted no doubi   bj
aess   comfort  and s ice ibility.      Lots   of    leslgti .     n
ivhich saves the i    ntnesa    on    our    customers'
seeing a number of gari like  theirs in   town.     All the
be   .-.    daids and il  '  es, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1.C0 ami $1.25.
The linn ol Dyl e, Evans & Ca I ag
islug of I heir stock at
it is  repoi ted   : hal  Aid.
. a      there   in  Wednesday were  pro-
rem ived.    Everything was done
In   a   di corous   and  orderlj   manner,
.1. John ion  will open his  real es-1 and   there  appears  to  be nothing  at
I
V
!
The White House
>
all   offensive   about   this  method   of
Thomas       Smith,     who       searched
throughout   the  city    for  a    missing
mm- office in the premisi s al present
ed I     the  music dealei s
Two 'Irani,- and one vagranl paid
espects to Maui-:rale Corbould,
yesterday morning. The Weary Wil-
lli was given three hours to hit the
trail for pastures new, and the other I wil'*' and mother-in-law for u couple
two offenders paid the sum of $_.r,n "''days, ha i the joy offlnding all the
land costs. missing  members of his  family  yes
terday   morning,   when   a   family   re-
A      Japanese      hand-logger      was I union   took  place.    Mrs   Smith,   who
broughl   Into the  city   yesterday  suf-l arrived  in  the  city on  Feb.  15,  look
lng from ���   - cut on the head.' up her residence on David Gunn's old
j and  was taken   to  the Royal  Colum-   ranch,  Eighth  avenue,  but   neglected
au hospital.    Whlie chopping a tree   to Inform her husband of her address
ft A.   J.   BIRTCH   -   275 COLUMBIA ST. %
_* >���
disposing   of   the   dead.    M r.   Pearce    laWfirwa;;*:'*::^
returned   without  any   threats   being
made against his life on that occasion.
'a   axe   slipped   an 1   struck  him on
i h ��� forehead.
Mrs. Kenneth MeRae, whose husband is now serving an elghl day
?i ntence in the jail for wife beating,
left yesterdaj morning for Toronto,
w here she will reside in future. Mrs,
McRae was accompanied bj her four
young children, two boys and two
girls.
before  he  left   Olds,    Alberta.      Mr.
Smith is a happj  man once again.
Charles Dickenson, one of the firemen al   No, 2  hall, has tendered his	
resignation   from    that    department, "~
having accepted a position with Bel-
yea fc Co.    The difficulty of keeping =
men at the lire halls has been exem-
rGood  Potatoes-
$1.25 per sack
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY ���
plifled bj the number of resignations |
v hich   have   taken   place   within   ihe
i asl    few    weeks.      [f   the   increased j
We take organs and old  pianos in I rate of pay asked for by the men is
exchange   for   new   ones.      We   sell j granted,   il    may   result   in   inducing
sewing   machines.      A    W,   Elckhoff,   the lire fighters to stick to their job!
j"! Carnarvon street. id
The Knights of Pythias  will attend
in future,
Several  planks   at   Gllley's
wharl
T��H-S]v
ervice to-morrow evening al  6.30 in arc beginning to show signs of wear.
be   Wesi   Presbyterian    church.    A and the stringers In some places un-
���ccial   car   lias   been   chartered   to derneath   these   planks   have   broken
i bring the uniformed guards from Van-
in   i-, and   a   record   turn-oul   Is ex-
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
3Sffi8&S8KBBHBSS^&32&I - -���"���
SPECIAL No. 4
West End House 6 rooms and
close in; bath, etc.; nice garden
/ith few fruit trees. If you are
employed in the West End and
need a comfortable home, why,
buy this. Price $1260, cash $660
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
away.     T.   Furness,   foreman   of   the
Li   |  of   works,  yesterday examined
.   the  deli ctivc   planks  with  a critii al
. eye, and  pointed    ul the weak  spots
I i a   member of the firm.    There is
tvr ;. nice bunch of VI le - or    ar    some doubl   as to who should  repair
cations, h m : '.'.   Davles & Son,   the wharf, the firm of Gilley Bros, or
Ists.    Tel.   B20S ; the  city  of   New   Westminster.    The
wharf  was built   in  the  fall   of   IS98,
Con iff Chons Van.   and uiI]]  the exception ,,r these few
;i   well  known Chines        nnery  boss,   |)|.lnks   js   in   g00(j   condition.
Thur ��� i ' ���   afterno in,     The di ci as
,..; had been laid   i the pasl six      The younger baseball players of the
, ��� nd  hi      c    i  was    10I   un    city  are   dusting iheir  favorite   bats,
,1   for.      Tin    funeral   will   take   and   counting   the   days   before   they
CLOCKS!
Marble Cased . . $16.00 to $35.00
Iron Cased . . . 8.00 " 13.CO
Polished Wood Cased 6.50 " 10.50
Fancy Gilt . . 2.50 " 9.CO
China .        .        .    2.50  "    10.00
Nickel Alarms.        . 90c   "      2.00
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON  WATCHES
place today, D. Murchie having chars
oi  ihe funei al ai rangements.
The  Royal   City   mills
L|   i  mi���>'.   bull c!   In for i
-    baulln       i     logs out  i .'    he
will   rave   around   (he   diam md   once
more.     The   city   Intermediates   will
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have   a   strong  team   this   year.   Imi    J Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 ^
, ���     ...    :, ition as to whether they ' ��
v< ill   ! e   able   to   defend  iheir  rights
io  the cup  won  last   year, as  several
water  up  the slip,     The  new   chain   ()f (he  [)iayera have new  passed   the
::;i  feel  long, and will weigh p   ;i      ,,, u,liU    ,. lg probable thai ihe cup   4
I Gilley Bros, iu I
i the link.    As soon   vin i,e handed over to the High school
Mh of business oc    .,,.,,   flpfen(je,]   m-,   the  baseball   team   ���
he Farm Land Specialists,
New  Westminster
associate.i with lhal Institution. Nine
n e lals have hi en promised by a gen-
ip man inti r* m I In   ��� seball for com-
���
X   WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
, ���   .      ie   ,'i,       will   be   ma le,  as
the ol I chain ha      'en   is besl da; s.
A ;' '     ~ V   '':       etilion   among  the   lunior   teams of   ���   WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
held in \ancoii\er.m, f
 , I AND PEA C0AL'
i^^-v-[-|^p * COMOX COAL AND COKE,
i' u>re are a niimhei ;'-n~ * ^
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED I'''17-
CAPITA'  $11.-100.000.00
RESERVE'.'.'.  '.'.'.  '.'        $11,000,000.03
Bri       i ihroughoul Canada and N'ew ' undland, and   In   Loudon,   ^"Slan'l
-   York,  Chicago and   Spokane  U.S.A., and   Mexico City.
' ''! Banking  Business Transacle I.
of r.���.o. : ,    ,,.,, ..i    unnndeuts In all parts of Un
is iii New   A'estmin I dlstrii
. '        r!S,,r.oT;r.^Qn7v,,':i |   VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE
i . ,.;  Knighl -   are n qui Bted to me* I X MENT.
I al   Castle   Hall  al  ClIO  p.m.,   Sundaj ��� This   celebrated   Cement   i;
n vt,   M rch   10,  for  the  purpose of ��� used by nearly all large contract
^    -ic,,-,,     horse        i ��� ''    attending divine service nl the Wesl 4 ors in the Province.
ir.inutos    exci   men      on     Coliimhin   Presbyterian Church. |   ROSEBANK LIME.
,,,   ., sic lay a lerncon,  the   I. r> S. NORMAN, CC. J #
,, ! breaking n  GROSSMAN   oc. ��� Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 X
,Kit-" record   llm - X _   .���
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MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
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From the C'layburn (lay Co,
SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK,
' olonged   0 a
1     '  Credit  issued
' rid.
tvailable wl tl   coi 'esp m
Sa
'hls Bank Department.
lutei isi allowe I al 3 per cenl
1:-'ur times ,i year.
Deposits rei cue 1 In mims of $1 and upwards
r annum (present rate) added
'^l  Asset
s ovi r $168,000,000.00.
; I'MINSTER BRANCH
,-   p.  rmYMNER   M ''
������   -,  hot* I,  and ma
imtn the * enter of Eighth Btreel  was
, ,,,������,   wllen \v. Lyle intervened in
lh��� h0r8e's path, and checked its rap
In career.    The equine
tanner from  Ladner,
  Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
\ small lire broke am ai Mrs,  ray-
lor's boarding house. Albert Crescent,
. atcrdaj afternoon.   No damage was      Ladies' Gold Watches from $12.76 up
\ telephone message was  re-1    Gentlemen's Silver   Watches,   open|
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
done,
face, $6.00
an Inquirj   being ni.uu ^^ $7 50 Up
cation of the fire, the sendet of Agent for the celebratfd South Bend
a)arm replled by giving the telephone  WntBche8) supplied to the WellmanArc-
number   under the ImpreBBion    thai   tic Expedition.   All warranted,
hasty lad had given the box alarm     chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.
limuer   the  Bremen rushed  oul   to 1    Watch repairing; charges reasonable
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.  HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting j THL DAILY NEAT'
SATURDAY,
M**CH,
MUSIC! MUSIC
fRIDAYSMARKET REPORT
TIMBER   NOTICES.
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Edison Phonographs
Pianos    Organs    Violins
Flutes    Cellos
Concertinas     Etc.      Etc.
ALL THE LATEST
RECORDS
For Graphophones and  Phonographs.   Over
4,000 varieties, from music hall to grand opera.
SEWING     MACHINES
Singers and Wheeler & Wilsons.
New Westminster's Music House
J. Hi TODD
BURR BLOCK, ���   ��� NEXT GUICHON HOTEL
The feature of Ihe markel yesterday was the sharp upward movement
in the price of n< ai Ij all goods offered
foi sale.    The onlj exception to this
, mi. was In the case ol eggs, when a
drop nf a few cents was again noticed.
The price ol all oth* i foodstuffs soared upwards, the rise being steady
from the opening of the market. But-
ti r, apples, ducks and onions remain-
i ; al the same figure as lasi week,
bul the demand in every case was
strong, and an advance In the price
i   i \\ ected before verj  long.
The market was well attended, und
:..-   produce  offer* d   was cleared oul
ea ..   in  the day, late comers having
: ,   0e   satisfied   with   the  left   overs,
at ,,     .���  same time they had to pay
, he pi ices asked for the better goods
��� ariier.
Beef advanced half a c��'ni a pound
in both   hind  and   lore  quarters, the
supplj  being normal, and all the carcasses being  disposed  ut  in   remarkably .-hon 'ia ������    Tiie supply of mutton was verj shoi t, the di mand being
- ightly  in exec.--, the price  remaining the s. :...'   is the  previous weeks.
A _     I demand I      veal could not be
mi :,   the 'iii-   rather shun,
i'i���: It did in" seem to ' e quite smch
i .a roi it* ... al at pn \ louslj, the demand being ral ei poor, wil li a very
;. i: offi '; here ��as a very good
I* man I for * ggs, the supply being
mm.,  equal  to  the occasion.
The feath* red offerings were nol
..:> numerous, and the demand quick-
cleared ' ,l the chit kens and fowls
offered. Very few ducks were on
sale, these !��ing subjected to a rigid
��� s imination i y the buyers before
anging hands.
Fur some weeks past, the honk of
the geese has not been heard al Lyt-
ton Square. No supply; consequent-
i i  no demand.
Quotations.
Beef, hind quarters, 9c to d'.e tb.
Beef, lore quarters, t'.c to 6%c rb.
Veal,   11%C  lb,
Pork,  lO'/fcc lb.
.M.nion, 13c  to  He   Tb.
Potatoes, $20 ton.
Eggs, 25c to 30c dozen.
Eggs,   wholesale. 23c  dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c Ib.
Fowl. $8 to $9.50 dozen.
Chickens, $7 to $8.50 dozen.
Ducks, $11 to $12 dozen.
Apples, $1,2*1 to $1.50 box.
Onions, $1.50 sack.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
30 days after date, we intend to apply
to the Honorable the chiet' Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special license lo carry away Umber from
l lie following described lands in the
Coast District:
No. 1. Commencing ui a stake plant-j
ed on shore of Tsi Has Lagoon, near
N. W. Cor, T. H. 6829, thence north
,','i chains, easl 128 chains, south 50
chains, west l_s (bains to poini of
commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a stake planted about 300 feel from east shore of
Acl run Sound, near S. VV. cor. T, J,.
6939, thence south so chains, east mi
chains to line of T. I.. 6941, north 80
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, wesl
SO chains, more or less, to place of
commencement.
No. ". Commencing ai the B. B, corner T. li, 7512, aboul one mile from
head of Forward Harbor, X. lv, thence
north 80 chains, east 40 chains, south
160 chains, wesl In chains, north 80
chains to place of commencem* nt,
No. 4, Commencing al the 8. W.
corner of T. 1.. 7904, about one mile
north of the heal of Frederick Ann.
thence wesl 80 chains, south 40 chains,
east so chains and south 10 chains
wiih line of T. I.. 7439, thence east
10 chains to shore at s. VV, corner lot
-71. thence north SO chains, wesl 10
chains,  more or less,  to poinl of com
mencement.
DATED this 26th day of February,
1IIH7.
The Mclaughlin lumber co. Ltd
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANAn
IONS
STEAD   REGULATE    ^
.  An>iiVa':  ' inloaun,
,n "W Railway ia ,   ,,,���''   n
bia' "->' be         .
bod who is the
or any male,,,.
the extern ol   ��� .   "r *d
160 acres, more
Bntrj   mu i ^
Hi*' local land on . '"""*��
which the land |. ' "'^ll!
The    lllUMe    M        I,
form  the, ������ ,      ^M
-'������ ; ,
Wi"" 1'""' llowta,.
' :   heft]
111      M   , - "!1"Wi"W
(ll    Al leasl     . , ,
upon and   cultivu
each year for thn U"11"'
l->    If the fai In
father Is dei i a
er resides upon �� u
o. the land ent*
mentf as to resid. -
b;>   such   pei .,-.
''���iiber or moth* r.
(3)    If the   ���
enl resid* nee u
ed by bim in tin
sti ad,   the   req
di ace maj  be
"i""! the said km |
��� 'fuel
ome ���..,,].
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lence
By C. It. McLaughlin, Pres. and M, D.
LAND REGISTRY AIT.
PENITENTIARY    SUPPLIES.
Sealed lenders addressed   "Inspect
ers  of    Penitentiaries,  Ottawa."  an
FARMERS!
The Fraser River Tannery J
PAYS THE HIGHEST
NOTICE.
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i idorsed "Tenders for Supplies," will I
1 e received until .Monday, 18th March, | PRICE    EOR
inclusive, from    parties    desirous   of i
contracting for suplies, for the liscal   ~���- '���~^~-���
yi ar   1907-190S,  for the  following in
stltutions, namely:
Kingston  Penitentiary.
St.  Vincent de  Paul Penitentiary
Dorchester Penitentiarj'.
Manitoba  Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta  Penitentiary, Edmonton, Al
berta.
Separate  tenders  will    be received
for each of    the following classes of
supplies:
1. Coal.
2. Coal  oil.
3. Cordwood.
4. Drugs.
5. Dr;  goods.
6. Forai e,
7. Fresh fish
���-. Fresh  n -
9. I : ic   les.
10. Hardware.
11. ia athi ���:.
12. Milk.
'   i ifls an i  Paints,
11, I'm It and Bacon,
15. Sob   Leather,
16. Tinware,
i ��� '       ol   '���!'���'���. matlon as to form ot
ronti a. i. together with  forms of ten-
HIDES.
The public is hereby notified that
aptain  Watt, m  >ter of the ship
eli sford, will not be responsible
foi any debts that may be contracted
bj   the crew of the said ship,
(Sgd.)  CAPTAIN WATT.
'.DVERTI3E   IN THE DAILY  NEWS
"The Best is the Cheapest"
The old rule works both ways if yon get your dental work
. a, by ihe "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate specialists of many years' experience. We employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession. Our
gold and porcelain crown au I bri Ige work cannot be equalled anywhere al any price.    Let us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
sei of teeth $5 and up
Gold Crowns  $5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth $5.00
Gi : :   F
S    ���     PU i-
Extn i ting..
���%1   and   up
   50c
 50c
der, Illll furnished on application     ;���!
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All supplli - are   ��� ibjecl to the ap-
i . m, nl of the Warden,
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO. W  DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Departmenl of duslice.
Ottawa, February 14, 1907.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROfiS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sun lay) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse.;
maintaining a through winter service :
Foi   information  apply  to
J.  II.  ROGERS, Traffic   Manager j
. Vancouver,  H   C
Ml
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m, to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BA KER.  Consulting Dentist. r,
��  :���:
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
li.  I-:.  WAl.KICK,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD, General  Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted,   Accounts [may be opened and [conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
Scotch   Play  To-Night.
"The  Bonnie   Briei     Hush."   which
conies to the Opera House tonight, is
a charming play in which Scotch life
is   portrayed   with   a   simplicity     of
treatment, together with a delightful
combination   of    dramatic    intensity
an i   rich  humor  such   as    is    rarely
found In the latter day performances.
As the name indicates "The Bonnie
drier Bush"  is  a   Scotch   rural   play,
ti lling  of  how  the  son   of  an   Earl
Lord   Donald  Hay   wins   the heart  of
the  nl! Shepherd's    daughter,  Flora
Campbell, and weds her In the Scotch
fashion before  being taken away by
his father.   The legality of the Scotch
man lage Is  i stablisbe I  by Archibald
McKittricic,    known    as  "Potsy,"' the
ni .ii-.- -: rier,   who  has  witnessed   the
edding        m   behin 1   a   i onvenienl
':.;���:��� sl t< m.     The  play   will   be  given I
h   ���   '..;���.. the i tme sumptuous scenic
e ;ui; m* nl  and an   excellent    acting
acting company, including among its
membi      .-nth  artists   as   J.   Palmer
ins, who was Mr,  Stoddard's per-
hoi e as hi.- successor in the
roll   ol  Li 'Milan Campbell; Charles E
Bloi mer, la e of the Frobman forces,
i  Is  winning  fresh  laurels in  the
pari of "Posty"; Bino Bulow, n charming   and accomplished  s oung actn ss
will  appear  as "Flora";   VV.   Leonard
Howe, v.:, i came to thi    i ountry as
li i ling supporl  to I      ��� -   Robertson;
mm  ii      Ire'and, who  will   be  remem-
r* I Pipi    Maj ir  with   the   ISth
Highland       i    Toi onl ���:  Mai lon Mac-
uald    '��� unie  avi li - n,   K< nneth   Mc-
m' . -��� ard   i..iie y,  Maurice La-
vlgne,   Eliza eth   Benm I   and    many
othe      . rho have heen   promin in
In the besl  New   Vol    i - ti
TAKE NOTICE that application bus
been made to register Edgar L. Webber as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing the dale 3th day of January,
A.D. 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tracl of land and premises situate, lying and being in the
District of Xew Wesl minster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
of South East quarter Section 1".
Township 1.
You and each of you are required
to contesi the claim of the tax purchaser within thirty days from the
date of the ti ist publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register Edgar L. Webber, as owner thereof In
fee. And I hereby order thai publication of this notice for fifteen days
In a daily newspaper published at
N'ew Westminster will be good and
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at Hi*' Land R* f try Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this lTih day of January, A.D.   L907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and ail persons claiming any interest In the said land by virtue of any
unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any Interest in the
said land by descent whose title
ts not registered under the
; rovlsions of the "ban ! Re Istry Act,"
shall be forever estopped an I debarred from setting up any claim to or
in respeel of the said land so sold for
taxes as provided by the "band Registry Act."
Six months' ii,.-   .
be give:, to the   c De
minion Lands at On ��� i���,������,-
to apply fo,- patenl
Coal lands may bi ed at flO
per acre for soli  co;
thraclte.     Nol  mi  , l20 ;i C;
tan be acquired bj one i
company.    Royaltj  al te of ft
cents per ton of 2,000 p.
collected on the gri ���   ���
W, V   - , ,|;y.
Deputy of the Mu    ���     ��� ���., ;.
terior.
X. B.���Unauthorizi I
this    advertisement
for.
LAND   PURCHASE  NOTICE.
.NOTICE   IS  HEREI
sixty   days after
apply   to   the   Hon* n
Commissioner of  I
for  permission  to  ; i
lowing tract of land -
District,   for a  Mill  S
ing at a post plan1' .
S.   K.   Arm   Huaskin   Li
W.   corner   T.   I.    No.
South   10    chain.-;
So nth 10 chains, mc
shore of Turnbull Covi
with  shore line  20
chains:   East   5     i I
chains,  more or    Ie
Huaskin    Lake:     thei
shore line 20 chain
j>oint   of   com men i
40 acres,  more or I*
DATED this   I9th   I
1907.
The   Mclaughlin   i
LTD.
By ('. R   McLaughlin, I
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LAND REGISTRY All
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT
Deposits cf?. and upwards received, and interest allowed at current rate.
depositor tssubjec to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
"i mc wh.de or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H  R DAVIDSON  If,, .
       ^E"   "TORDAT  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 0 CLOCK     ^
The
Nanaimo   Pioneer   Die:.
iimo, .March 8.- - The ni u talltj
among the pioneers of Nanaimo lasl
ii onth has 'ieen unusually heavy, L I
right Waller .(ones, who has resided
Iii this city for upwards of a quarter
ni a century, succumbed to a stroke
of paralysis. He was 65 years old
ami lived In the United States for
many years. He Is survived by a
v> blow and several i hildien. including Mrs,  VV.  Rowan, of Seattle.
Many  Are Threatened.
San   Francisco,   .March     8,���A     fire
early   this  morning   in   the   Standard
Hotel  al 520  Third streel   caused  a
loss of aboul   $40,000 and  endangered
the  lives of aboul   150 lodgers.    The
' i use of the fire la unknown,   n was
confined  to the hotel  by the valiant
efforts of the firemen, many of the in-
ma < a   of   the   building   being  forced
to flee in their sleeping apparel, bul
so far as has [ ��� n li '���:'.��� i all escaped
III   V'M'    IV
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register .lame- Lord
as the owner In Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from tbe Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New Westminster, i" Patrick T. Bowler, bearing dice lhe 18th day or Angus', A.D.
1902, of all and singular thai certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the City
of New Westminster, In the Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lois Iii and
11, Block "li" si. Patrick's Square,
Vou ami each of you are required
io contesi the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the flrsl publication of ihis
notice, otherwise I shall register
dames Lord as owner thereof in fee.
And 1 hereby cerlIfy thai publication
ol ihis notice tor thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New
Westminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
DATED al the Land Registry Office
N'ew Westminster. Province of llrii-
lsh Columbia this 1st day of February. A.D.  M07.
('. S. KEITH.
Disirbi   Registrar.
To Henry Elliott, Esq,
All persons BOrved with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and  all  persons  claiming any
Interesl in the said land by virtue of
an.,- unregistered instrument, ami all
persons  claiming any   interest   In  Ihe
said  land by descent,  whose title Is
not registered under the provisions of
the   "Land   Registry   Act,"   shall   be
forever estopped  ami debarred   from
set'ing up any claim  lo or in  respeel
: of lhe said  land  so sold  for  taxes as
I provided by (he "Land Registry Act."   :
TAKE NOTICE thai n
been  made  to  regist* r K
as the owner in Fee S n    ���
'Drx Sale Deed (rom C
Reeve and E.  M. Cam   i       Clerk ol
the  District of Sum y,
the Mih day of Decern        \ [l ;
of all and singular thai   ���
01' tract  of land  and pn
lying and being in the I    trict of N*
Westminster, in the Pn ���   ;
ish Columbia, more parti
and  described as  Lol
"i Se, tion 25, Bio A '��� N
West.
Vou   and  each  ol
!" contest   the claim i
chaser within tortj :   ���
dale  of the  flrsl   j
notice.   I shall registi
at  i m- ner thereof In fi ���      Mid I <li
e'i   that   publication   i I
tor thirty days In a di
published   al   New   VV*
be guild ami Bufflcienl
DATED al the Lan I R*
New   Westminster,   Provii      ���    ,:'
Ish Columbia, this  I Ith i       " Jnn"
ary, A.D. 1907.
C  S  KEITH,
Di i       Registrar
'''"" Thomas Archibald .Ai i"1" s> ,5sq
Ail   persons   served   with ,:     "
tice,  and   those claiming  ; - otigii ,ir
under  ihem, and  all  p* ' ,,:'
lng any Interesl In the sal I '������'���',] :
virtue of any unregisb red lo8tr"
ment, and all persons - lalmlng ��"���'
Interesi in the said lan i \r, ��� ,!l;
whose title is nol regit t* n tl under
the provisions of the "Lan I R* : '\
Act," shall bo Corevei * ' i1"1 '''."'
debarred   from  setting up nay ,,|;l"il
to or   In    respect   of  the     R   ]    :""'(^,'
sold   fnr   taxes  as   provldei
"Land Registry Act."
b\  U>e mbdAY.
��� ARCH 9. 1907.
THE DAIL? NEWS
YOU
CANNOT
DO
���_������ ���-
than carefully study the following
list of properties for sale by us.
liiVERY DAY new bargains are
listed. EVERY DAY bargains are
sold.   EVERY DAY prices are ris-
rei. 333
FRONT  STREET
Tel. 333
(TTTacres  murchie  road.
RNABY.    $130  PER   ACRE.
S-
LOTS     OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near the  Bridge
Cheap
o    lots, corner 3r I
., i oom house an I
$1,500. one third ca h,
ih   ..��� 1 per ' ent,
i road,    ::i  of a mile
���    on    Porl   Mood);    H      -; j    store;    house,   lu
\ ntlon;     7-roomed   mo lern    Impi i. i m* nl  ;   lol
arn;   chicken  house,   I me  it b t of lo    et out \
,. i and in  good     ���    :'i:i'    ':'-       an I    nb        twi      m .
Price $4,500,    half  5^.750. $],-  cash, balanci   ���
m bs al 7 per cent.      months ai 7 per 	
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
!     cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
I--'! cash, bal. easy.
�������
In
' said the player;
" Because I need a stayer
"I
I said
8oa
A  Hangman's Watch.
osenli Lang, tho public execu-
���    ���:��� M    I    1-2
Qnc Lot 56x132 ft. on
Queen'- A v., north side,
(SE cor, block 6, S. block
5." Price $1,000, half cash.
bal. 6 per cent. Lane on
back of lot.
6   Lots
ec
half
acing Columbia
street, Sapperton.  $1,000,
cash,   bal.  on   easy
terms.
Narge lol and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
"���" '���  "   ��� ",::--- ai $10 each.
���-'.:,.
���eea and ki   lv       'Ml'' and one-half storey house and
$1,700   halt cash;     , -   i!l!1   size   ;<|t,  situated  north side   of
,   7 per cent.    '�� yal avenue nnd comer of .McKinuis
.  '   ,.      old ing, and near  street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot and
and ' this adver-  ''"'''  water, closet;   woodshed; young
i,..j   bearig   fruit  trees;   streets on   three
sides:   fine  view.    Price $1,800. $!um
cash.
The  Electric Cradle.
"Tl lectric cradle is the latest
j novelty in our line," said a salesman  tinner of Vienna, wears a heavy gold
' connected with a big electrical Bup-   watch chain and a massive watch,
ply house.    "It's a wonder thai itj which ia held securely in his pock t
hasn't come before this, for it's the  bv n  thief proof hook.   Both  tiie
most simple thing imaginable.  With; chain and ihe hook withstood tbs
��� ii   ..
!-��� m:    acres  on    V tne iitver    Road,
on .!.; i lee roa I fac-      One full sized lot, 2nd lol from cor-
mile from Jubilee   ner,  llth streel  and Sth avenue, lol
$250 cash.
acres
liree roads;  I-
3la'   ti i n  the tran   lin s, ne ir ttoyal  66 xl ll feet.
Oa       otel.    Sm ill   house;
in   Fifth  avenue,   sub   H.   10
$300 cash,  'i;  cleared:
:  feet.
��50. cash
ized lot, 66x132;  2 storey cleared   ind   cultivated     Price $J.500.
. 7 rooms; Hush closei upstairs; J!."'"1 cash,  balan   -    6,    12, and   is
.  ideri   In pi ovemeni     new house; !' onths al  7 ; er i ml
,. 20, 21, lace on LGtli   5-000.  *...  cash, i/2  in 6 months at  7 Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
'���'���:���'     Good sized stable   tud fruil near  Fifth avenue,  two  storeys,   full
Second  mum.--  from v'a street sized Im, $1,600.
-'   on ui , er si le
avenue;   2 corner lots
its $200 each.    Price
Single lots at cash.
] ii in  Sapperton, facing
Price *150 cash.
7 rooms; bath, fii ;h
hoi and c id I water;
:..:    I'll   avenue     an 1     :;. I
Price $2.-)00. ft cash
me half   acres   between
Eighth   avenue;   south
Price $2,500.
an attachment similar to that on
an electric fan tho rocking of the
crib can easily be controlled.    As
attack of u daring pickpockel whii
endeavored to relieve the hangman
of his treasure in a crowded street
We have a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Between  3rd  and  4th  avenue.
HOUSE and LOT
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
Centrally located in a commmandlng
'ne,ani  ^lf lots, Sap, on, just   sltuatlon;   Thlrd   1(Venml> ftt   f0Qt   of
''      lstree   ,:i Brunette, only   fifth street.   Two aud one halt-storey
terms to  be arrange I.
���'���' fo'
$1,200
- .ts 23 38, 33. 40: full size:
es; , ired; Eighth and Seventh
avenue     ind     Cumberland     street.
V...  ..ish.
I20 i : es; south half of lol 28, sec.
7. Hall's Praiiie road. New house and
good barn.
n  Twelfth   Btreet, be     ��� a
; Third avenue; wesl    Id
full  size.    Price  $3,50 I
One acre hack of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
I.ms   between    Seventh
: Hamilton street, east
,    i leared an i ten* ed;
douse. Ten rooms (.recently papered)
Ful) -ized lot, N i IJ Third avenue .\11 modern conveniences;' hot and
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy cold water, bath, Hush closet, lava-
terms, lory, electric light; nice lawn; lot.
17 lots, full sized on Gth s'reet, in G6xl32, with lane in rear; part of lot
F.urnaby, East side 100 yards from sei oul with fruit trees, Price $2,750.
i lift   Can   factor       Price  $',020. $1,500 cash, balance arranged.
lions.- on Royal and Eighth street,      _ lots, J". 21;  N'o. 20, $170; No. 21,
rooms,  full sized  (corner)   $175,    Durham  and  Second
streets.
One hundred and sixty acres X. YV.
'.���4 Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 7j acres slashed,
N'o. 1 land. Price. $10 per acre. Oue
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent.
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, NAY.
'., Sec. 25, Township 16, 2% miles
from      Abbotsford,    creek      running
lot,  $2,000.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant  lots for sale iii all pi
, ,,;,,��� ,,���. i .    the City, from $25.00 mi $3,000
nce '"��� >'"���'���'   l! ' ��� '       SO acres  one mile from   '���.    u
lu acre - i les ed. good   nil, 22
sford,
fruit
��� i   lot.
.  mile waterfront, G.N.   trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
through.      $9,460. terms  ;., tnree ,.,.,;,; payments at reasonable
���' ''"- nterest.
\ 150, outside cii;   limil -
Fuller  particulars on
30 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots S125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
soon ns the current is turned on it car of the Austrian capital recently,
is rocked with u smooth, soft mo-i The Ihief was captured, and tha
tion, ami liv pressing the lever it , watch, on which the growsomo rec-
can be  made to go fast or slow,   ord of the owner's official activity la
There'll be no more sleepless nights   cn,.r��vcJ   was save,!	
for father.    When baby begins to
cry he won't have to walk it.   He'll! MEW     WESTMINSTER
just turn over, push the button, and nEl"      vv *&*"iinO 1 EiR
SSiiT"" rc""~PU1"   CITY ASSESSMENT
A Great Old  Lady.
Few people are aware that the
Baroness Burdett-Coutts was atone
time seriously discussed as a second
wife for the great Duke of Wellington.   Indeed, Punch had a picture
COURT OF REVISION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the
Assessment Roll tor the year lii**7
j as been returned lo me, and remains
on the subject representing the |i_ my office, where it may be inspec-
duke's statue outside Apslcy House ted by any person having an Interesl
shaking hands with liio duke him- therein, until the sitting of the Coun
self, while underneath the legend 0f Revision,
ran:  "So  glad   to  hear  the  good
news. Don't Eorget to send me
cake and gloves." The baroness in
now in her ninety-third year und
hits lived in five reigns���viz, those
of George III. and IV., William IV.,
Queen Victoria and his present majesty.���London Tit-Bits.
Uncle Sam Can Save $60,000,000
The t'nited States imports annual- j.
lv about $60,000,000 worth of drugs   .
���   ,   , i    j. i    .    ji   i   ting ol   the  Court,
and dyes made iroin products that
The first sitlins of the Court of
Revision on tiie said Assessmenl roll
will be held at the City Hall, In the
said City on
MONDAY, April 8, next,
at in o'clock in the forenoon. Any
person intending to appeal agalnBl
I the assessmenl must do so in writ ins;
to be Hied with the City Clerk al
least  seven  days  before  Ihe lirsl   sit
VY. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
could be grown in the United States
just ns well.   Camphor now sells lor city Hall, .March 6, 1907.
25 cents a pound, and, while not an
ounce of it is grown in this coun-
rough, 50 acres alder bottom, said try, the government bus donion-
to be $600 worth of timber on the|��trated that camphor trees are suc-
property.   Price $10 per acre, % cash, | cessful here.    Licorice root is an-
1 other thing that possesses great possibilities. The department of agriculture has demonstrated that the
licorice plant is hardy as far north
ns Pennsylvania. Belladonna has
also been shown to do well iu good
garden soil.���Farming.
balance on time
Ten acres in I." 163, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
6-r cottage, Tth Ave.&
1 .. facing7th Ave.; 2
Ml sized luts; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
heels, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$]800, half cash. bal. 6&
'-:   m. at 7 per ct.
It < rc Improved land,  buildings      60 acres pood fruit land   n Surrey;
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale; can  , ,, bought  now I r $25 per acre,
all  under cultivation. $15,000.    If yon ,.,-,  ,,... quarter needed, balance
can   ban lie   this,  don';   delay:   It's  a j,, ,,,.., ,,. . , .    . .   . ;     ,   cent.
,: ;aln; terms can be arranged.               [&Q ^ ^ Mi .,  -, , ,  : ina 2S,
160 acres good farm land In Delta, :: ��� and 32, Township 9,          a    prai-
,.-.'. miles from river, near Scot: rie, resl  brus . ai
r iad, $12 per acre; a rea' good buy
Too
Good to
Miss
House;   Dining   Room.   Par
lor.   2
Bed   Rooms.
Kitchen
Bath
Room,
Pantry:   Chicken   house   and
Wood
Shed; Electr
c Light.
.$1,150,
Cash.
James' Inlet, three square miles, al
$6.00 pei acre, half cash, balance ea :
W estmlnster di strict,  10
. i al nm.  I i  acres or
���: ,v, bei ries   plante I
, I torn land ; runnli
ij IS x 22; frame ham 30
; Miiue liouse   an I   ' '
ee in all, stable 8 cow j an i
" -:  near Mb f lon S il lon.
near    al    han i;
twice n  lay; a io il 100
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.	
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
' o   . Sixth  street,  one  lot, two  storeys,  S
'"   '   : Sei tl d 32, $4;> pei  a*    ;  S c
,-- ��� ii ms,  $2,300.  hall  cash.
tkm 2 i, $60 per a* re; Sectlo i 2s, $a5
,.,���  aere,    Telephone   al    Hai      n House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Kearj
-, ���,..,    .-���   .    lon,  1    t Rh      "   ; - '��� street,  Sa -   rton;   rents for  $10  per
, half *              ���        i     and t\\ i month,   Onlj $1,050.
a al V per cent,   Exclusive agen y.      Uou^    , Dms_  l%   lotSj   m,;l]
n i  lot,  50  x  133,  bacls  of Fourth   aven ���'   and   Seventh   street.
,. ,,       fa        i   '       la St,    Rent - $2,C00.   Terms -   n   ie arrange 1,
,-   $24.i      ���                    Price $1,200,
hall     i ish,   ml r.\, ������  In   six   m mths.
13a ai res, one mile from  Hunting
jon, B.C., Ta .i res In grass, 16 acres
Vou i     aoi     issl ';   g ' a hi ;her ; er-        . i fenced; house and ham
lan ii  per
I   i, nl
100 acres on the Si oil road, IS ai
di an I;  barn 50 x 30;  si i des, eti
s, ���. ii ; soil   onl   $30 per acre, $1,1 ' i
Hi an I cedar, never been  { , in(
'    '��� '''I'.-e.l   for   stan Ung ,  ...,.    ,,, .nllOH
1(. tween  Flflb  and  Sixth  avenues,
,��� i, seventh street, eight rooms,   ill
modern Btable a   I ' dclten house, full
sized  lot, two   storeys, |1. ' > ���'��� !'-
$2,500.
I,;., acrea In Sine), 5 acres cleare!.
.,,���,,,  ������  ,,,;���|   side, $1,800. half .ash.
.lunce on time al 6 per cent . su -
... i lo sale d timber.
|.���rt of lol 309, joins Lake Commur,
about    T'i   acres,   only   $25   per   acre.
Half cash.   Jump.
160 acres, Langley, 23 under cultiva-
Hon; house, harn. sheds, etc. all In
good   repair;   a   snap   at   $3,000,   hall
:
ise 16 x 24;   hen
le -    In v e l timber laid In
- \ 30    A chance of a lite
000; *!.n a i ash, balance al G
t
'.000,
iges and two lots on Fii t
"site Queen's park.    Prl* e
II
''  blocks,   fruit   land;,   nosi
$20 per acre.
l3U(NCiALOVV
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car: 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash. bal. on mortgage.
Helpful.
Mrs. Helphunter���A young strong
girl like you from South Carolina
ought to I.-- able to do something I
around a house even if you cannot j
bake, wash, iron or dust furniture
Can't yon di anything?
'Tin-iini.   inissy���ya'as,   Ah   kin
cook yo' a gorjus possum dinnah
ya-as, indeedy!"��� Puck.
Woman's   Idea  of Them.
"Here's 11 clever thing ill oil,'
saiil she a! the art exhibition. "It's
called 'When tho Cut's Away," but 1
don'l see the nrlisfs name. 1 wonder who painted it."
"Evidently a woman," replied bei
escort. "Sec v. hat a fcro ions c.
oression she lias  ; iven  tho mice.' ,
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
AT
Rya
9
DRUG   STORE
-���Philadelphia Pre
i ost $2,i   m good real along one Bid*
, ��� $50 | ei a, re, lialf cash, balani a
io sti ir* aser at 6 per cent Re i
gon : the owner's wife is in Not Discjur.-iged.
-, i health, and has to go to a cold      "Doesn't it sometimes discourage
climate. you to find so many of your Bcion
Double tenement house, r, rooms in  title theories inuccurnte?'
"Xoi   al   all,"  s.ii.i   the   learned
man.   "There are ilwa.vs plenty ot
each house, water, light, full  size lot,
;et ween    First   and   Second    Btreet,
Fourth avenue, on north Bide.    Price, new ones to discover.   Ami theories
$1,500. hair cash, ba'nue in one year: are  always  more  -  leresting  than
at ii per cent.
1G0 artes, all fenced, ready for cui
tivatton, good water, half mile from
school, al   Chiiliwack, $75 per aor?.
Eight-roomed    house , all    modern
Alex. Specks
Second Hand Store
demonstrations."- Washington Star.
:i   ec, 32,  Timber, fir, c*
' '���'"''���    Good sail;  ,noo,I roah
ill particulars.
i   acre  cleared;
miles
mi   $10.00 per acre, ',. . ash.   C
as'a
S:im Honnton's H<-li>r(.
General Sam Houston was a master
ut stump speaking ami bitter invective.
Once while addressing a large audi-
House and lot on Agnes street, two   conveniences, on Carnarvon street anl   6nco   Q0   wn8  interrupted  and  asked
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at   Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
*2,500, One Lol  No. 12, Eaclng on  tih Ave.,
' eg  ln   pit)    mo, lows, only  between   1st    and   2d St., half block
,,,���   one third cash, balance from Park.   $475. $275 cash, balance
\ -1st Augusl and 21st February, vans.
,- ii per cent.
QUARRIE  &  CO
^^        Real  Estate Brokers
,.     , r. iahiiitv and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for Employers' Lialniity, ana v.
What be thought of a certain politician. Without hesitation he replied,
"lie has every characteristic of a dos
except fidelity."
Snlllclrnt Reason.
Hector���We bave poor congregations
lu summer, don't we, dear? Rector's
Wife- 1 should say sal There isn't a
decently trimmed bat In the church before the 1st of October. New York
Times;.
         To   know  the  disease  Is  the  com
moneement ot the cure,-- "Don   Cul*
1 }t*v"
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St, New Westm'."*'*-.
I
Phone 275 T &
THE DAILY NE^S
SATURDAY
- - -���>������ f-irrniT
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring  stock,   which  is  expected  soon.
The  market  quotations  are  sure  to advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
M*RCH|
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
Social and
Personal
Matter intended fcr ih,s column ��hou d
be addressed, "Social Editor. Daih
N'ews  P i'. Box 402, New Westminstei
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on Third Street for $1900.
ANOTHER        ANOTHER!
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot,
on Queen's Ave.  Only $1600.
Mrs. W. Allison is spending a few
ays in the city, the guest of her
ith* r, Mr.  McBride.
.1. li   Bowes left yesterday for Agas-
.Mrs. Harrj Smith, of Baxley Coun.
Winnipeg, arrived in the city yester-
lay, where she will remain for a few
lavs   ��� isiting  friends.
A.  .1. Stephens,
among the recent
of Philadelphia, is
arrivals in the city.
\     a     i
: �� j
| Household j
j Necessity
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building-
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C
Mr. Coldicutt, the markel clerk's
assistant, has been absent from duty
for the past few days owing to a belated attack of the grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Perdue returned
to the city yesterday after a shorl
honeymoon trip to Vancouver and
Victoria,
Tbe marriage of Dave Grossman, ol
city, in Miss Am* lia Davis, oi
Cleveland, Ohio, will take place in
Vancouver on the 15th Inst. \n ex-
ii nded hon* j moon our has I een
planned b}   the contracting parties.
i MURALO!
to   look
Ready for use when
mixed with water
��� Any person can apply it
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W, Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
!ANDERSON
AND LUSBY \
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Scotch Play To-Night.
The Bonnie Brier Bush," which
comes in the Opera House tonight, is
a charming play in which Scotch life
is portrayed with a simplicity of
treatment, together with a delightful
combination of dramatic intensity
and rich humor such as is rarely
fi und in the latter day performances.
As the name indicates "The Bonnie JUI A Iff? YClITR
Brier Bush" is a Scotch rural play, lVir\i\.Cj I \J\JI\.
telling of how the sun of an Earl
Lord Donald Haj wins the hearl of
the old Shepherd's daughter, Flora
Campbell, and weds her in the Scotch
fashion In-fore being taken away by
his father. The legality ol the Scotch
marriage Is established by Archibald
McKittrick, known as "Potsy,'
mail-carrier,   who  has  witnessed
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Spring
COat or
Skirt
Large numbers of this season's favorite style? I.,..
luring the last few days.   The trade for these good   I.
ie to hand
While
the
the
HENS LAY
Eggs are High
BY USING
pei
with extra  vigor,  and women will  find it a plea  in
this new showing while it is at its best.
New Coats
Among  the fabrics shown made up in long and
Light Grey Tweeds, Shadow Plaids,   Black and  White t'i i   ....
Cloths, Cravenette, etc,   There  is  a  large range in price,
find excellent values from $6.00 to $20.00 each.
INew Skirts
In both Ladies' and Misses' Skirts you can find ,; ��� ��� and size
tn suit, from the varied range we are .showing: Panama ' li th, Lustre
Cravenette, Black ami White, White Serge, Fancy Gr* . i eed, Black
and  Colored   Venetian, are  a  few of the materia!- n the new
skirts.   From $3 to $15 each.    You will (ind the best oi .,.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk Store
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at actual cost without reserve. First come, first served.
We need the cash, and you want the goods. This is a
chance of a lifetime.
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716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.
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wedding from behind a convenient
haystack. The play will be given
hue with the same sumptuous scenic
equipment and an excellent acting
company, which includes among its
members such artists as J. Palmi r
Collins, who was Mr. Stoddard's personal choice as his successor in the
role of Lachlan Campbell; Charles K
Bloomer, late of the Frohman forces,
whn is winning fresh laurels in the
i art of "Posty"; Bino Bulow, a charm.
ing and accomplished young actress
will appear as "Flora": \V. Leonard
Howe, who came to this country as
loading support to Foroes Robertson;
Robert Ireland, who wil] be remembered as Pi ie .Major with the 4Sth
Highlan lers ol T ironto; .Marion .Mac
rlonald, Annie Davidson, Kenneth .McKenzie, I-: Iwai il I..'.hoy, Maurice La
' Igni , Elizabeth Bennett and many
ol lers who have i een prominent for
years in the b* st  New  Vm|< casts.
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block, - New Westminster
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Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between  Columbia  and       Apply by man,
or by
'Phone No. 214
Fraser River Hotel
Opera House Bookings.
.Mar. 12���My  Wifi 's  Family.
.Mar. 22-   Creston Clark.
.Mar. 27���Floreni e  dale.
April 5���King of Tramps.
WHAT IS NEEDED
aisi   good siock is good FEED.    We keep the besl and thi
besl onlj     Make your ch fckens laj   by giving them good feed
.-   engthen your live slock  by  building up  bom   and   it
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. s bave you tried t he Fas' ry 1 lhe El urn
i    .           i] any,   If not Telephone 3 I try ll; the r* - ill
Im i    ������   excellent
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephone 333
My  Wife's  Family.
Success artistically arid  laugh  producing from the start, Is the r< mark-
able  ami  ; easing    r< cord    accorded
"My Wile's Family," a three act musical   force  comedy,   written  by   Hal
Stephens  and   Many   Linton,    which
was   brought   oul   last   season.    Jiuilt
for laughing purposes only, il accomplished  11 -  ��� nd,  with the  r* suit thai
return da es  iv<   ,- pjayi i at many of
he large citii -  by -i ecial i etjuesi ol
managers an I  the theatre-going   public     The  , ttrac imi  will   he  seen  in
cltj    mi T ii - lay, M n  !i  12.
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
Jap-a-Lac
Gives new life and lustre to
Old Tables, Chairs,
Furniture
and Picture Frames.
It is the Ideal Finish for
floors, interior woodwork,
bath rooms,  sash and sills.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustibie pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Limited
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Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
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Breakfast Hams and Bacon
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Seven-roomed modern Dwelling on Carnarvon St.; stone wall in front, street at back;
fine grounds and view; newly papered
throughout. Price $3,000. Good terms.
Modern seven-roomed Dwelling on Third
Street, near Queen's Ave.; good garden
fruit, etc.    Price $2,800.   Good terms'.
Beautiful corner on Queen's Ave near
Park; size 100x132 feet; frontage on three
streets; beautiful garden, and tots of fruit
of every kind; cosy cottage, and exceptionally fine view.   Price $2,750.00
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LOTS   IN  THE
WEST END AT
A BARGAIN. AND
on easy terms, too. Sloping towards the
south, with magnificent view. High and
dry, and partly cleared. No better investment offered. Price- Corner lots, $17">:
inside lots, $125 and $150. Half cash, U
in (5 months and 1-4 in 12 months, at 7 per
cent interest.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PLARSOK IWgr.

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